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The Last Judgement

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Did anyone else note this? Apparently the most revered of Christian religious masterpieces may have been inspired by the oldest profession:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/nov/12/michelangelo-last-judgment-brothel-scenes

And full marks to the Grauniad for utilising standard tabloid terminology – "seedy brothel" – right up there in the headline.

Yes when the same adjective is always bolted onto a given noun it becomes a cliche. You can almost forgive the red-top comics for this as they have problems of compression re headlines.

You'd have thought the Grauniad could be a tad more inventive but, given their general position on our thing, it's perhaps not surprising that they took the lazy way out,

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Yes when the same adjective is always bolted onto a given noun it becomes a cliche. You can almost forgive the red-top comics for this as they have problems of compression re headlines.

You'd have thought the Grauniad could be a tad more inventive but, given their general position on our thing, it's perhaps not surprising that they took the lazy way out,

I think the Guardian is a good newspaper, irrespective of political leanings, but in common with some of the other 'quality' newspapers in the UK, journalistics standards have declined in the last 10 or 15 years in my view.

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