I haven't read these in years. They're still as funny now as when they came out.
I'll copy + paste the summary from the website: "...The Observer [ran a] column, Second Class Male, by Richard Geefe. After an aborted suicide attempt, Geefe resumed his column - at the Editor's insistence - and it was renamed Time to Go, his account of his last few months on earth before killing himself in November. The columns, which provoked fierce controversy and a vast postbag, were written by Chris Morris, one of Britain's most innovative broadcasters, and the man behind such ground-breaking programmes as On the Hour, The Day Today, Brass Eye and Radio 1's Blue Jam. Many readers came late to Geefe's columns, including some of those most incensed as well as those most entertained, so we are reprinting all of Second Class Male and Time To Go... It includes, for the first time, the final column which features accounts of Geefe's last moments."
If these articles haven't influenced the DailyBumbler's posting style, then I'll eat my hat.