It's all good
The Guardian just love using Morrissey's name to increase their click-through views.
Well, yes, but to be fair I first spotted it after buying the newspaper, and happening upon the article. But I take your point about those not being able to read the admittedly poor-quality phone pic who rely on the online link.
It's sad the Guardian has nothing better to do - I wonder if the columnist in question was sober when he wrote this ( not that I'm judging ... of course)... ?
Just look at the guy who wrote that article. Look at him for a second...actually look at him.
Pretty much kills any credibility as far as I'm concerned.
I'm not sure what milage can be got from ridiculing the inset photo of the writer. Unfortunately what he says is spot on. The only thing that Moz gets in the press for is being the pop equivalent of someone with mental health issues shouting at people on the top deck of the 226.
Despising the royals is fine but as a basis for arguing against a monarchy it's useless.
I think the column deals with show business gossip so it's not suprising that he would write about this interview.I don't know that anyone was looking for mileage or , indeed, making any particularly serious points. Rather , I suppose it may have felt almost predictable, given the "hipster-slacker" contrivance of the writer's appearance , what attitude his column would take ?