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But queer writer Michelle Tea (Valencia, Rent Girl) responded and cared enough to pen a fiery open letter to the person impersonating JT, calling herself "grossed out" by the scam and castigating Albert.
SOUND BITEBACK: "I do not believe anybody should be deprived of their liberty on the say-so of a politician," thundered Michael Howard, castigating ministers who ignore the legal process by holding suspected terrorists without trial.
He is quoted as castigating his dancers during rehearsals, ``You're boring everybody to death, dear.
That's a bit like judging The Lord of The Rings by castigating Tolkien for not writing the Oxford English Dictionary.
Could this be the very same Jaci Stephen who, a short while ago in an earlier column, was castigating Brains for planning to turn the Halfway into a trendy wine bar, and saying that she would be hotfooting it off to the Heathcock in Llandaff so that she could continue to enjoy the comforts of a traditional pub?
Now, they're castigating the new judge for giving Microsoft a slap on the wrist.
This Labour government has loads of money, but instead of directly cutting a still high level of male unemployment, it is spending millions on a dole cheat advertising campaign, even paying actors to speak on TV commercials castigating people with little money.
Though Mumford's archly negative take was among the first, and most influential, he was hardly alone in castigating what historian Frederick Lewis Allen dubbed "the suburban nightmare" and efficiency expert Christine Frederick derided as "sugary and commonplace and pathetic.
But she knew all about castigating our firemen for going on strike.
Wilson also looks at the relationships between social history and cognate disciplines, lamenting a lack of engagement with literature and literary materials and castigating an enduring subservience towards the social sciences.