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Karl Morgan

Karl Morgan is 22 and lives in London, where he is currently at university. Morgan is a massive celebrity in his home country of Ireland, having written some hugely successful self-help literature including 'How To Beat Your Son At Chess' and 'You Are Most Certainly Not A Loser'. The pressures of fame forced Karl to cross the Irish Sea to England in 2000, but he only regrets the move 47% of the time. He is an avid lover of music and has been playing drums for 5 years, most notably with a death-metal band whose six members dressed up like horses and called themselves The Neigh-Sayers. If Karl could offer you one piece of advice it would be this : "Never rub another man's rhubarb".

contributions

Moff Jerjerrod and I 02.22.2007
'24' - A Philosophical Masterclass 02.05.2007
A Monumental Waste of Time, Energy and Money 10.31.2006
Jet Li - Fearlessness and Fisticuffs 07.11.2006
Food is Good 05.12.2006
The Top 5 Cartoons of Recent Years 02.10.2006
Death by Teleportation 01.20.2006
Living On Borrowed Time 12.11.2005

They Call me 'Dances With Pandas'
It is a Sad and Beautiful World
Three recent releases coax a mix of rock and European folk out of the bottomless pit of the World Music bin and into my headphones
The Big Not-So-Easy
Cycles of Life and Death with Richard Youngs
The vinyl releases of Richard Youngs' two most important albums send Cook in search of a working turntable and result in the whole of existence.
Breaking Things
The world is full of journal articles and talk shows dissecting the psychology behind aggressive behavior. Andy Allison just wants to talk about breaking things!
Don't Hate Them Because They're Beautiful
How often does a double live album actually bring you around to a band? The new one from the Old 97's just might be the first in ages
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