From a report on faith schools in The Independent:
"Professor David Canter, director of the Centre for Investigative Psychology at Liverpool University, said: "Faith schools are terribly dangerous. Setting up these divisions based on faith is the starting point for people thinking of themselves as separate, and identifying an 'out-group' that you are not part of."
Telling kids that they're favoured by God is bad, mmmkay?
Graham Murkett suddenly has 24 friend requests on Facebook. I'm now faced with a dilemma* - his current nine Facebook friends are all people that I know in actual real life, but the requests that are pouring in now are from YouTube fans - so do I add them, or not?
If I don't, I risk alienating people who like the work, and missing out on a potentially effective means of gaining attention - which was the whole reason for joining that hideous site in the first place. But if I add them, I risk being deluged by pokes and zombie hugs and invitations to install all manner of pointless time-wasting frippery.
This is undoubtedly the most difficult decision anyone has ever been faced with in human history.
*Didn't that used to be spelled "dilemna", or did I imagine that?