May 16th, 2011

Crick is On the Case…

Guido goes to pixel breaking it at 13.52 and 7 minutes later Michael Crick reveals:

You snooze, you lose…


197 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Andy Peirce mk2?

  2. 2
    Darrul Hare says:

    Your mum

  3. 3
    Mishcon De Reya says:

    We await your instructions,Guido !

  4. 4
    not a gweedo windowlicker says:

    7 minutes? You twat!

  5. 5
    Haha says:

    Go to Jail go directly to Jail. Do not pass Go do not collect £200.

  6. 6
    Billy Bowdens surviving testacle says:

    How does Billy get in so fast to be No 1 EVERYTIME ? It’s NOT fair !

  7. 7
    Hugh Janus says:

    A mere coincidence of course…

  8. 8
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    what gets my goat is that the taxpayer pays for him to tweet and be a lazy fucker bumming rent boys and doing a Tom Baldwin, At least with the bloke from the Mail most of the country dont have to buy the paper.

    This just shows the media bias in protecting “Thier” freinds, I dont care that the Guardian or Mail does it but for the BBC to so baised and lazy (while being on fat wages) is a pisstake to millions forced to pay the telly tax.

    You can choose to buy the guardian and the like but most people are bullied into paying for a left wing drug infested propeganda channel.

  9. 9
    Anon says:

    A bit like his sex – always gets there first.

  10. 10
    ampersfa says:

    What’s not fair about it, it’s just that he hasn’t got a life, like we more intelligent humans :-)

  11. 11
    Rat's arse says:

    He’s quick off the mark that Crick person. He’s not bugged your ‘phone/looked over your shoulder/hidden in your lavvy has he? I’d check if I was you Guido.

  12. 12
    Hugh Janus says:

    Not a supporter of the Beeb then Billy??

  13. 13
    Anonymous says:

    All that’s missing are the words “by reading order-order.com” between “discovered” and “that”…

  14. 14
    Frank says:

    To be Frank. It is a complete mystery why not one journalist or blogger took the trouble to google vicky pryce 12 march 2003 until this afternoon. She has been saying for days now that she was attending a high profile conference at the time of the speeding offence.

    By the way the Huhnes are on the electoral roll in London for 2003 so she would have had no need to drive thru Essex to get to her job or the LSE unlike her MSP husband returning from Brussels

  15. 15
    Bowden is a tosser says:

    Why do you bother – please fuck off you tosser and learn how to spell

  16. 16
    Oi!! says:

    CRICK….as is the convention on here it is polite to HT (hat tip ) the originator. Manners!!

  17. 17
    Bowden is a tosser says:

    He is a first degree arsehole who appears to have missed all his English classes at school

  18. 18
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Funny how Crick is quick on the mark on this case, yet couldn’t mention that Woolas was an old mate and former Newsnight researcher.

    But he could just do an Andrew Marr and just skim over the newspaper reviews ignoring inconvenient stories on the front pages, the back pages and all over half the tabloids in favour of churning out stories verbatim from the Guardian, Unite, and UKuncut.

  19. 19
    Frank says:

    Sorry should be MEP

  20. 20
  21. 21
    Bowden is a tosser says:

    I somehow doubt he earns enough to pay tax

  22. 22
    I says:

    Not Crick one of his unpaid interns

  23. 23
    boulay says:

    i nearly threw the tv out of the window yesterday morning during marr’s paper review when hoggart, marr and toksvig were banging on about city people earning too much, funnily enough marr’s 600k a year was not deemed excessive by his lefty chums……

  24. 24
    Ali Dizaei says:

    If Mr Crick is reading this, I’ll be in the Kofta King Kebab House in Edgware Rd later, available for intervews.Don’t leave it too late,as I plan to be shitfaced innit by 8 o’clock,and then we get da ladies to do some jiggy jiggy.

  25. 25
    Getting worse for Huhne says:

    Crick has added to the story – he says he has spoken to one of the organisers who confirmed Pryce actually attended at the LSE conference that night.

    Crick then says: “In itself, this fact proves nothing, but it makes it pretty unlikely that Vicky Pryce could have been driving in Essex beween 6pm and 8pm that evening”. But he doesn’t explain what evidence there is that someone received speeding points for an offence committed between 6pm and 8pm that day. Where does he get this from? If there are records showing Pryce as having received points for a supposed speeding offence at that date/time, then it’s game over for Huhne.

    Crick’s comment suggests he has such evidence. Why is he not trumpeting it more?

  26. 26
    I says:

    Don’t know which is the worst I can call Huhne
    A Politition
    Or a SHIT

  27. 27
    Anonymous says:

    No he’s not if you read the whole piece all he is saying is that between 6pm and 8pm on that day she could not have been driving through Essex.

  28. 28
    ichabod says:

    The other scandal (the one with SEX in it); would it be possible for a man to force a woman to perform fellatio on him without, say, a knife in his hands.?

  29. 29
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Not so slick Crick.

  30. 30
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Is that the Oksvig whose every other sentence is ‘I’m a lesbian you know. Did you know I’m a lesbian’?

  31. 31
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I think he should get a shotgun up the arse as punishment.

  32. 32
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    How about ‘a shit politician’?

  33. 33
    Common sense says:

    Would you force your manhood between a pair of sharp African Teeth?

  34. 34

    Newsnight are avoiding your scoop by leading with Kelvin Mckenzie’s emails.

    Ah well. One rule for us, one rule for a media empire in receipt of a guaranteed minimum £3.6 billion a year.

  35. 35
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Is it up to you what and who makes comments on this site?

  36. 36
    D Strauss-Kahn II says:

    You could probably persuade a particularly stupid woman that fellatio is the kiss of life.

  37. 37
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Thats all of em.

  38. 38
    Leave Billy Alone says:

    Billy is (and possibly is in) an institution

    So leave da bra alone innit

  39. 39
    Jeremy Paxo says:

    Yes, but wouldn’t you rather watch me than read the Sun?

  40. 40
    The Pedant says:

    I suppose the really sad thing is how we all want him to be sent done…
    Wonder if he’s reading this…

  41. 41
    Rock On Billy says:

    Quite

  42. 42
    Reggie Bosanquet says:

    That Crick is right knob and should grow up and learn some respect , right , whose round is it ?

  43. 43
    Rock On Billy says:

    PS Crick is a Prick!

  44. 44
    James Gordon Brown, Intellectual Colossus, Economic Giant, Brick Dust Coated Tennants Can Trader says:

    It’s not cricket !

  45. 45
    Chris Huhne says:

    I’ve just thought of a wizard new TV panel game

    “The Pryce Is Right”

    OK Ok I’ll get my coat

  46. 46
    No. 73, Maidstone says:

    Yes, that’s the one. Like Joe Brand, Marcus whatsit, and all the rest of them, she’s got a permanent, job for life within media-land.

  47. 47
    MrAngry61 says:

    He’s a fucking plaigarising mutherf*cker.

    Burn him. And all of the other BBC plaigarists and pinkos.

  48. 48

    Yes.
    But only if Paul Mason isn’t on the show.

  49. 49
    Frank says:

    They lived in London SW4 so no need for Vicky Price go via Essex to get to her job at the DTI or LSE conference.

  50. 50
    Barrett .416 says:

    Yes, for a while anyway

  51. 51
    Droit de Cuissage says:

    A gentleman always comes second….

  52. 52
    A male chauvanist pig says:

    Yeah, and?

  53. 53
    EC1 PhD says:

    Anyone who Googled “Vicky Pryce LSE 12 March 2003″ anytime after 26 November 2008 (when the page was last updated) would have seen on Danny Quah’s website all the evidence you need to bring down that Huhne the Huhne.

  54. 54
    Selohesra says:

    I think the word is “down” Mr Pedant

  55. 55
    What's it to you? says:

    Oooh, so much anger with this one.

  56. 56
    A good idea, but there's one small flaw. says:

    You do know what would happen if you pulled the trigger?

  57. 57
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    clearly not, which is why she ran off and told the NYPD.

  58. 58
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    Talking of words,

    Anagrams for “Chris Huhne”:

    Enrich Hush
    
Nicer Shh Uh
    
Inch Hers Uh
    Chins Her Uh

    Rich En Hush

    Anagrams for “Lib Dem Losers”:

    Bolder Slime
    Libeler Mods
    Bed More Ills
    Libeled Ms Or

    And just in case he has to spend some time in jail:

    Bled Ole Rims
    Bled Lose Rim

  59. 59
    Sir William Waad says:

    Guido, you should try making a deliberate, unimportant error in each posting so that you can see who is copying it.

  60. 60

    Squeal or no squeal?

  61. 61
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Can we apply for a art grant and find out? :-)

  62. 62
    The Turner Prize committee says:

    This year’s prize is yours.

  63. 63
    Sir William Waad says:

    To be fair, Time Team isn’t bad some weeks.

    Hang on, though, isn’t that Channel 4?

    Then there’s Marcus Brigscock. What a giant of comedy!

  64. 64
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Look at another way, how long would it take to drive from the LSE to the A12 and onwards.

    Could the car have been logged for a congestion charge payment at some point?

  65. 65
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I am sure Hitler shared your view.

  66. 66
    Engineer says:

    Like a spelling mistake, you mean? He already does that…

    The post of sub-editor etc. etc…

  67. 67
    bloke in spain says:

    Can’t say I’m much in favour of speed cameras but I do feel that this particular example of the device should be preserved for posterity; maybe with a small commemorative plaque or even simple memorial with wording along the lines of: “Here lies buried the political career of a self serving non-entity.”

    Flowers would not, one feels, be appropriate.

  68. 68
    Michael Crick says:

    Guido, you should try making a deliberate, unimportant error in each posting so that you can see who is copying it.

  69. 69
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Or “Here are the details of someone else”

  70. 70
    Alexsandr says:

    i am fed up with BEEB giving arsebook and twatter product placement all over their programs.

    Hope they are paying Beeb a big fat fee…..

  71. 71
    ichabod says:

    I was trying to read the Telegraph over the shoulder of a fellow commuter ( seldom buy the Riddell infested rag these days) and saw a picture of the gorgeous pouting media solicitor Charlotte Harris ( eminently shaggable IMO) next to an article about Huhne; has he called in the legal people ?

  72. 72
    Handycock says:

    I have on many an occasion.

  73. 73
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Since when have the MONGS at the BBC ever been good at proper journalism? Nearly 4 billion a year and the c.u.n.t.z still have to get info from others.

  74. 74
    Alexsandr says:

    scoop on newshite tonight?

  75. 75
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    She likes to flash the thigh as well.

  76. 76
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    What would Maggie do? “I never hugged the BBC, I bombed it!” or “The problem with the BBC is that they always run out of other peoples money”

  77. 77
    A passing African says:

    Regularly

  78. 78
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I hear that essex is very beautiful in March.

    At night.

  79. 79
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    too many deep fried mars bars.

  80. 80
    Logan says:

    At least a commentator by the name of purpleDogzz nailed him in comment #1 on crick’s own blog! Nice one!

  81. 81
    Realist says:

    Who wouldn’t break the speed limit if a couple of lezzers invited them round for a bit of 3-in-a-bed?

  82. 82
    Andrew Marr's hypocritical c**t says:

    You all owe me £600,000, so I can afford expensive lawyers. Because I’m worth it.

  83. 83
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Diversity init?

  84. 84
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I saw an episode where they didnt find anything.
    I felt a sense of achievement at the end of it for having made it all the way to the end.

  85. 85
    The Pedant says:

    Quite wright…ollocks… (must try harder)

  86. 86
    Scallywag says:

    No need. The concept of the spellcheck O’s alive and well, especially if you turn it on…

  87. 87
    giraffe says:

    She’s got a neck on her saying that

  88. 88
    AC1 says:

    It’s built into Fire-fox, well the British English Dictionary is a built in add-on…

    You might also want to download 4d-Bl0ck to get rid of the p0p-ups.

  89. 89
    AC1 says:

    I think the deal will involve gifts for “key” bribed members of staff.

    Remember AlBBC is extortion funded so it’s run for the benefit of the staff, not the people who fund it.

  90. 90
    The Paragnostic says:

    At least Billy would have beaten Crick to the harvesting of this story – though it might have come out in less than perfect idiom.

    Come to think of it, Billy would be the perfect man to improve the standard of BBC news reporting, at least on the http://WWW...

  91. 91
    I says:

    Guido, time for a twitter update on the latest superinjunctions

  92. 92
    The Paragnostic says:

    I invoke Goodwins law and this thread is hereby injuncted and / or shredded.

  93. 93
    Comment of the day says:

    No wonder Huhne hates bloggers

  94. 94
    Huhnopoly says:

    Get her Community Chest out for the lads.

  95. 95
    The Paragnostic says:

    Oh, do fuck off – Billy’s at least entertaining unlike you miserable Jock c’unts.

  96. 96

    This method could become known as Billy Bowden’s secret.

  97. 97
    Silent Bob says:
  98. 98
    Two Trowels Jim says:

    It needs Carenza back. I would.

  99. 99
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Who, this one?

    http://www.mishcon.com/people/charlotte_harris

    Indeed, I would.

  100. 100
    MrAngry61 says:

    You may be out, but In šāʾ Allāh you’ll never be reinstated as a policeman again.

  101. 101
    The Paragnostic says:

    I’m a great fan of the geophysics – the skill with which they discern roman villas from a random sea of pixels is truly inspiring.

    Why they bother with it is sometimes beyond me, unless they think that watching a student walking behind an expensively instrumented zimmer frame is good TV?

  102. 102
    Cla'ham says:

    If Huhne was driving back from Brussels, then he wouldn’t have crossed the river into Essex to get to Clapham.

  103. 103
    Flash GATSO says:

    Sadly, no legs…

  104. 104
    It doesn't add up... says:

    I wonder if the European Parliament would have a record of Huhne’s expenses claims for March, 2006? Might they include petrol receipts in Belgium or Holland, (dated and timed and tied by dedicated key fob to a particular vehicle)? Or a ferry booking? Isn’t the EAW fun?

  105. 105
    look in the mirror! says:

    I say, that’s a bit rich coming from someone who is a c’unt and deeply unentertaining.

  106. 106
    harrietspants says:

    Huhne is just going to have to keep his finger in the dyke and hope for the best

  107. 107
    AC1 says:

    A tautology.

  108. 108
    It doesn't add up... says:

    I wonder if the European Parliament would have a record of Huhne’s expenses claims for March, 2003? Might they include petrol receipts in Belgium or Holland, (dated and timed and tied by dedicated key fob to a particular vehicle)? Or a ferry booking? Isn’t the EAW fun?

  109. 109
    Eat The Watermelons says:

    Have you tried deep-fried Twinkies in batter?

    Fricking Delicious!!

  110. 110
    Flash GATSO says:

    Wheels of Misfortune?

  111. 111
    Archer Karcher says:

    As Huhne made a tidy sum out of speed cameras and cctv spy cameras, it is a delicious irony that the very things he peddled in business, have come back to bite his worthless arse. Likely, his eco-loonery, will do the same in time.

  112. 112
    AC1 says:

    Not really.

    The Sun’s fun and no sneers from someone with a bad case of Dunning-Kruger.

  113. 113
    BBC Pubic Relations says:

    Tim Henman is clearly highly talented and is worth every penny of his £200,000 fee for two weeks work at Wimbledon at the end of June.

  114. 114
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    @ Look in the mirror

    Ball hit helmit , 5 penatly runs added.

  115. 115
    Sir William Waad says:

    Those speed cameras are useless. If anything, they slow traffic down.

  116. 116
    MrAngry61 says:

    Frank Muir pioneered it with his various books of lists, which were widely plaigarised by competitors. He looked for the ‘hooks’ (minor errors, eg mistranslations) that he’d inserted (sometimes inadvertantly) and sued whenever they appeared in other similar books.

  117. 117
    The Paragnostic says:

    There is a certain poetic schadenfeude in seeing the biter bit, isn’t there?

  118. 118
    vote no to av,vote no to sandal wearers says:

    Carrine the old blond bint has better tits than charlie dimmock,its top tv man,sod the fossils and relics!

  119. 119
    Archer Karcher says:

    She should have destroyed it. The BBC is a far greater enemy to this country, than any trade union.

  120. 120
    Shane Warne says:

    The ICC has issued an arrest warrant for Colonel Gadaffi.

    Of all the attrocities that man has committed, surely there can be none worse that cheating at cricket.

    Bastard!

  121. 121
    It doesn't add up... says:

    Can this one – wrong date.

  122. 122
    AC1 says:

    Unfortunately the starvation the Melons will cause will not just affect them.

  123. 123
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Glad the intern didnt write the headline, Could have been funny then.

  124. 124
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Another bent one whose story doesn’t stack up:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-13409698

  125. 125
    Sir William Waad says:

    A pleonasm, actually.

  126. 126
    Shane Warne says:

    West Ham hope to appoint a new manager in the next two to three weeks after parting company with Avram Grant, BBC Sport understands.

    The club announced his exit after Sunday’s defeat at Wigan, which resulted in them being relegated.

    Former LibDem MP and Energy Secretary,Chris Huhne is the bookmakers’ favourite

  127. 127
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Yes he done a Peter Hain and co to the pitch.

  128. 128
    Chris Hulne says:

    @Realist, ah so ordinarily true but these aren’t normal lezzers, these are Lib Dem lezzers. Think matted pubes, think months of rancid tampons bunged up there, tag nuts dangling, moustaches, warts, oozing sores and gammy teeth. Anywho, enjoy your tea…..

  129. 129
    The Paragnostic says:

    I’m more interested in Kelvin’s new internet radio venture – Sport Tonight.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/may/16/kelvin-mackenzie-sports-tonight

    Unfortunately he appears to have employed that buffoon Mike Parry who used to regularly mangle his words on TalkSport in the mornings, but we should wish Kelvin and Lord Ashcröft well.

    Come to think of it, Billy Bowden only appeared after Parry left TalkSport – is there a connection?

  130. 130
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Well……………….. Its better the Goron Brown ………………………..Just………….

  131. 131
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Misforthuhne?

  132. 132
    Anonymous says:

    I support Billy’s right for free speech. But with the comments he come’s up with he should be open and whiter than white, for some reason I don’t think he is.

  133. 133
    Dominique Strauss-Kahn says:

    With hindsight, I wish I’d just had a quick Barclays.

  134. 134
    Tim says:

    I agree

  135. 135
    Tim says:

    Come to think of it, I think I’ll ask for more

  136. 136
    Payback Time Team says:

    I hear there is an episode in production in which the Team unearth Tony Blairs expense claims.

  137. 137
    Anonymous says:

    A Conservative peer accused of fiddling his parliamentary expenses claimed for accommodation when he had in fact been on a plane to India, a court has heard.

    Lord Hanningfield, 70, is appearing before Chelmsford Crown Court accused of six charges of false accounting between March 2006 and May 2009.

    Prosecutor Clare Montgomery QC accused him of claiming for hotels in London when he had returned to his Essex home.

    Lord Hanningfield, appearing under his name Paul White, denies the charges.

  138. 138
    Woodward and Bernstein says:

    Newspaper reviews on the television are seldom reviews of a range of stories in newspapers.
    They are nearly always an excuse for some half-wit to give their unwanted and biased opinion on Government policy. If I wanted to be exposed to that kind of lazy “journalism”, I’d read the Guardian.

  139. 139
    The Paragnostic says:

    Why do people not realise that –

    a) their car speedo already overstates their speed by about 5-10%, and
    b) the cameras are set at (speed limit * 1.1) + 1 mph?

    If I’m on a 50mph stretch, cruising at an indicated 58 or so, I never slow down and have never been caught by a camera – why does every other bugger slow down to about 45 for the cameras?

    Never understood that one.

  140. 140
    Anonymous says:

    Good one.

  141. 141
    Sitting in rear cubicle at Pomeroy's Wine Bar says:

    Could you afford her fees and retainers though ???…what with “Refreshers ” an ‘all ???

  142. 142
    Anonymous says:

    Seconded.

  143. 143
    Bruce Forsyth's Syrup says:

    And what do points make???????

    Er…. no, Mr Huhne – they make a criminal record for perverting the course of justice.

    Good game, good game.

  144. 144
    The Paragnostic says:

    She was on the dismal 10 O-clock Live the other week and struck me as utterly dim.

    Mind you, not as dim as Lauren Laverne.

  145. 145
    Eat The Watermelons says:

    Bloody hell, Bob!

    Where the hell have you been?

    No, don’t tell me…

  146. 146
    MrAngry61 says:

    No surprise that the BBC emphasise that he’s a Tory.

  147. 147
    Nick Clegg says:

    PM on R4 had the Beeboid politico refusing to say that ‘the other person’ is Huhne’s wife. Why?

    They’re treating it like a big joke. Get on the case, Beeboids, I want him out sharpish!

  148. 148
    The Paragnostic says:

    Pity they didn’t investigate another 300 or so as well, but you can be sure that Hannington will face the full force of outraged BBC opprobrium…

  149. 149
    Strewth! says:

    Read the Guardian!!???!?

    Steady on old chap

  150. 150
    The Paragnostic says:

    What? Huhne off to work for two pornographers and a dildo demonstrator dolly?

    Carina will be jealous, but calmed by the prospect of free strap-on samples…

  151. 151
    The truth always comes out eventually says:

    Scum like Hunhe and Marr are like junkies who hate cops.

  152. 152
    Eat The Watermelons says:

    both, actually

  153. 153
    Anonymous says:

    He hasn’t got a job or life. He says he works for his friend in the private sector. He doesn’t say what type of business they are involved in.

  154. 154
    The truth always comes out eventually says:

    You daft old codger the amount of money you are on you could of hired a handful or legal prossies to come entertain you in your hotel room.

  155. 155
    Yer havin' a larf, n'est–ce pas? says:

    That and.. EU.. keeping expenses receipts?

    Oh, les sense-of-humour de l’anglais!

  156. 156
    Knacker. says:

    There’s no mystery, Crick

  157. 157
    Sitting in rear cubicle at Pomeroy's Wine Bar says:

    Sorry to disappoint, Nick…….I suspect that it’ll be kicked into touch by DPP…… if it ever gets that far……… on grounds of ….”Insufficient Chance of a Conviction” although it’ll probably “do” for Huhne politically if the police decide there are sufficient grouns to forward the file for referral

  158. 158
    One Law for Them says:

    Why has Lord Taylor not been thrown in his cell yet ?

  159. 159
    The Paragnostic says:

    It’s taken me years to become this much of a c’unt – before I hit pension age I hope to manage Scottish levels of c’untishness.

    I have yet to see an entertaining post by any of your lot – you’re all too busy taking offence.

  160. 160
    Anonymous says:

    Is your family (partner and kid(s)) on dole?

  161. 161
    DSK says:

    Oui, but then ah would ‘ave to take out les injunction super.

  162. 162
    scratch and sniff says:

    but with a better vajazzle

  163. 163
    BagPus says:

    Yes, vintage Carrine was the reason I wouldn’t miss a week. Very well stacked.

  164. 164
    The Paragnostic says:

    If you use Christopher, rather than Chris – you can see how he aims to win any legal battle –

    “Christopher Huhne” = “Hope c’unt hires HRH”.

  165. 165
    The Paragnostic says:

    Given the number of shit politicians, a panoply is possibly apt…

  166. 166
    The Paragnostic says:

    Ask the Family?

  167. 167
    The Paragnostic says:

    And I always thought he was so nice on Call My Bluff.

    What a cantankerous old git!

  168. 168
    20 Megaton says:

    Hang the Hunt.

  169. 169
    The Paragnostic says:

    What, twos-up already?

    There must be a footballer involved – one with a dozen title medals on his toilet door, perhaps?

  170. 170
    The Paragnostic says:

    He’s awaiting sentence – probably for social reports (and I’m not kidding).

  171. 171
  172. 172
    20 Megaton says:

    Mr Strauss – Kahn is innocent until proven guilty, of course.

    However, when he goes to gaol how easy is it getting a taxi in Guantanamo Bay?

  173. 173
    Stupid panel game UUH URGHGH!!! says:

    Only one here will fit the bill…..

    Catch Phrase

    (I wasn’t driving)

    arf

  174. 174

    You can get them bedded inside a transparent toilet seat in the same style as Prescott used, apparently. He had one fitted inside his campaign Transit.

  175. 175

    Labour must be in trouble. They cannot be paying those amoeba to come here and cause trouble any more. Tough life with the cuts and all that.

  176. 176
    Robo says:

    Yep, one with 3 kids, I gather.

  177. 177
    It doesn't add up... says:

    Ex Attorney-General Eliot Sptizer reminds you that prostitution in not legal in the State of NY.

  178. 178

    CountHuhne

    …I’ll get me coat!

  179. 179
    Jumbo says:

    You should do a review of the year (or even month) showing which memorable stories were broken by you – and by whom.

  180. 180
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Yes Lib Dem lezzers are pretty nasty but imagine what Labour ones are like.

  181. 181
    20 Megaton says:

    Is it because you’ve given your number plates 50 coats of hair lacquer?

  182. 182
    Rufus T. Firefly says:

    None of yours!

  183. 183
    Dennis Nordon says:

    There couldn’t be more lists than those from Dale , Mrs Dale’s, Diary.

  184. 184
    20 Megaton says:

    They’re still fitting the Smallbone kitchen.

  185. 185
    Rufus T. Firefly says:

    You know even less about cricket than you know about economics you cretin.

  186. 186
    Rufus T. Firefly says:

    I tried that once but the sod turned off the M60 before me

  187. 187
    Rufus T. Firefly says:

    They don’t come anymore expensive than me buddy. You can contact me at Shyster, Flywheel & Shyster

  188. 188
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    This article is suggesting that sodomy is the alleged offence not forced fellatio.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/imf_boss_strauss_kahn_arrested_in_Kbd7uAi594vbej3oORXfcJ

  189. 189
    Iloathlefties says:

    Crick is a leftie prick!!

  190. 190
    Iloathlefties says:

    Get the Lezzers tits out for the ………………girls!!

  191. 191
    tory boys never grow up says:

    I’m surprised Guido isn’t asking his usual cui bono question – two senior LibDems and the those who like nuclear power spring to mind.

  192. 192
    Handycock says:

    The truth had better never come out or I am in deep shit.

  193. 193
    It's your husband and wife game says:

    Mr and Mrs

  194. 194
    ichabod says:

    Blimey

  195. 195
    fussybugger says:

    hir legs wus mazled oan the television

  196. 196
    Desperate Dan says:

    I wrote it on your blog at 10.17am yesterday.

  197. 197
    Terrible But True says:

    One wonders, in the land of Aunty, where in the timeframe of being behind the curve that £4Bpa doesn’t buy you, ‘discovery’ lies vs. ‘has learned’.

    Sources are asking.


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