.... but probably only in my head? All of them class-related.
Here Shuggy talks about the link between piety, environmentalism and sufferers from Posh People's Disease (PPD).
I had a post a while ago asking if modern liberal democracies (or more specifically, the vicarious British chattering classes) were demanding a more clerical type of representation.
I'm against this, for reasons that I don't think I've fully formed in my own head yet, but Shuggy is getting me nearer to the answer.
And then, reading a very good instructive post by FMoaK a few weeks ago about the class roots of Rugby League may get me even nearer.
I'm nearly finished reading a very very good book by Gary Imlach at the moment about his father - a professional footballer at the tail-end of the old feudal maximum wage / retain-and-transfer system.
So there is a Nottingham Forest link there as well. That should help.
And finally, the question of nepotism in the media and the arts. There should be a fantastically written call to arms on this subject somewhere - something that identifies this - alongside FMoaK's other obsession, the need for a wide provision of good adult education - as the cause that should unite all good people.
I've not written it yet, and it's probably arrogance on my part to believe that I will be able to.
But you know what I mean, don't you? Or do you?