Culture of victimhood
March 14, 2007
Had a terrible weekend. I was at home with mum and dad when my Welsh speaking niece arrived wearing, of all things, a Cymru rugby shirt. Virtual blasphemy in my father's house. Still, after the Italian triumph on Saturday, I managed to cope. I gather the Sons of Glyndwr are blaming the English referee (who's always welcome to a pint at my expense when he passes through Philadelphia). The culture of victimhood continues to thrive on the far side of the Severn, it seems.