Tag Archives: Krakow Post

How many neo-Nazis does it take to change a light bulb?

Poland has many image problems, but by far the most infuriating is its Siamese-twin-like association with the Holocaust. Read the rest of my Krakow Post article.

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The overconfident pedestrian

The Overconfident Pedestrian. My latest column for the Krakow Post. “I’ve never thought of myself as an overconfident pedestrian. If anything, living in Poland has turned me into a starkly petrified pedestrian, but according to a new road safety campaign, it turns out I’m as naïve as a boy scout at a cross-dressing convention…” Read the rest on the Krakow Post website.

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Polandian in the Krakow Post

In a moment of madness the fine people at Krakow Post asked me to write a column for them. I protested that I was an extremely busy man, what with toenails to be clipped and windows to be stared out of, but they twisted my arm and waved beer coupons under my nose until I relented. The first of what will no doubt become a legendary series of articles can now be read at the Krakow Post website. In a couple of days you will be able to pick up a dead-tree copy of the newspaper all over the city – assuming you’re sensible enough to live in Krakow.

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Krakow Post – now with added Jamie Stokes

Joining established columnist John Marshall and fellow newbie Daniël van Hoven I’ll be spouting off about things I have only limited knowledge of every month from now until the end of time. This month I’m banging on about museums and gauntlets or something, I forget.

I know you’ve got nothing better to do, so take the time to sign up and you can give me the comment-lashings I so richly deserve over there too. I’ll be lonely otherwise.

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