February 27th, 2012

Watch:  Crick Gets Cricked


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  1. 1
    Tuscan Tony says:

    Bloody hell – Mr Staypuft.

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      creepy crick watch says:

      He was probably out rifling through peoples bins, what they did before phone hacking.

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        Tuscan Tony says:

        It’s tough not to feel sorry for the socialist bounder but I have resisted.

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          Gordon Brown says:

          You feel sorry for me though, don’t you? I need the milk of human kindness – after all I’ve done for people.

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          • Tom Tomos says:

            You’ve done for the people all right!

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          • Splooge says:

            you’ve already milked us dry, you one-eyed scotchist tool – each and every single frikin’ one of us

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          • War Economy says:

            I thought GREECE was skint, not skint enough to pull their troops out of Afghanistan.
            Oh Sh-t we are skint also says OSBOOM. Sorry just a little joke as he spends all the money on Blowing up the world with his USA war monger mates, and yes before you ask. They are borrowing the money of the Chinese and Russians to carry on regardless, bankrupting their economy.

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          • Hardly Amiss says:

            When are you going to launch the new Nokia smartphone ?

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          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            The witch Allegra (what were her parents thinking, the new age hippies) must have undermined him.

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        News of the World Investigaotor says:

        Will you hire me please ?

        The Sunday Sun, unlike the Screws and the Sun, does not believe in hacking and bunging officials…I’m out of work…

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        • 12
          Spacker Brown says:

          They don’t like it up ‘em.

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            For fucks sake lads, the boy’s late for his tea and mum’s doing fishfingers tonight – and if Razzle is ‘research’ then ‘Michael’s got a very important job at the BBC’……bless.

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          • he says she says:

            Riveting stuff, Guido

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          Handycock, Russian Spy Shagger says:

          If Charlotte Church got £600k compensation, I should get at least £6m with my track record. They should be able to write a book on the shagging I have done. At least they will be able to confirm that I don’t know how many times I visited Russia as I lost my passport in the sea.

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        • 33
          Dacre hater says:

          Dear Rupy (you horses arse)

          Having set a precedent for shutting down shit papers, will you now please shut down the sun, crap “paper” it is.

          Thought not.

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  2. 3
    Jeanette Eccles says:

    Do you mean really cricked ? Crick cricked ? if you know what I mean

    I used to do some of that….

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    shh - don't mention his name, but Wind comes into it! says:

    I say! Dashed bad luck about Tilbo – eh?

    Dashed Good Luck we’ve got all those thingys at Clacton – watt?

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  4. 11
    A Doctor says:

    A crick in the neck? Very painful. Take six weeks off work and take three of these four times daily.

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    annette curton says:

    The first edition of the Sunday Sun is a resounding success for Murdoch’s News International and shifts more newsprint in one daily edition than any other tabloid or broadsheet has managed in over 4 years, over 3 million satisfied customers, a BBC spokes-person refused to comment on this other than saying that Lord Leveson was deeply disturbed about this situation, and that rumours about any ‘alleged’ medical condition of his is merely just speculation.

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      BBC Auditor says:

      BBC are not interested in the Murdoch press successes – we only broadcast negative news on them as we wish to demolish them and pave the way for the success of the Guardian, Independent and the Mirror.
      You will notice that no hacking mud has stuck to the Mirror in spite of the evidence and testimonials to the contrary. We have our placemen friends in the police and other high places for this.

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      • 113
        The UK is becoming East Germany circa 1976 says:

        The tentacles of Common Purpose spre-ad deep and wide.

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        • 117
          Frankly Speaking says:

          I like ‘em deep and wide! – but CP? – chuck em, well weighted, – in the deepest widest bit of the Thames – but only on a dark, freezing, foggy night.

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    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Did Crick swallow Tony Blair’s man seed when sucking on his cock for all those years at the BBC?

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  8. 16
    B!lly BΦwden's Bumpile says:

    I like criked. best sport eva!

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  9. 17
    Cruck the Crocked Cric says:

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      annette curton says:

      To sum up, I think that a lot of people (those of us that still try live in the real world at least) had a much better and more succinct political lesson from the the guy in the background, The Artist? (Grammy awards). What was with the Billy Bunter performance?, Gosh!, Yarrew!, Crikey! Geroff?, camera man/sound engineer was pissing himself, nice to know that there is still some one left with a sense of humour at the BBC, fucking frauds.

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    • 29
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      It’s not clever, but it’s very, very funny!

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      • 30
        annette curton says:

        I disagree, it is clever and a far more profound political statement in the background than the likes of Crick in the foreground could ever come out with. (hope I don’t get modded again!).

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        • 35
          Tachybaptus says:

          Judging by the result above, you seem to have been modded by the KGB. Can’t say I’m surprised, the way things are going.

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        • 36

          Dear Aunts annette and Infuriated

          I see people whom I know to be sensible commenters. They are writing perfectly good English.

          But I don’t understand a word of any of this. I see nothing interesting, significant or funny. Crick left Newsnight eons ago. I have only been away for five years. Can someone please explain the significance?

          *I know I still have my marbles as I have just counted all of them and put them all back neatly in the bag*

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          • Infuriated of West Mids says:

            No significance whatsoever, as far as I can garner.

            It’s just always a pleasure to see Crick look like a tit. I am a simple man with simple pleasures.

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          • Thank you so much for that.

            I have gone all my life pretending to others that I am half mad. It has been very effective. ;-)

            For a moment, I was terrified that it was really true…

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          • Joss Taskin says:

            Which was the imbecile ? The one in the foreground or the one in the background ?

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    • 31
      Gonk says:

      Disgraceful abuse. Sue for vicious slander. Or whiplash, or hurt feelings or…

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  10. 20
    Hold the front page says:

    “Man filmed whilst out walking in street”

    Riveting stuff Guido, almost as good as those Pulitzer prize articles in the Mails Femail section

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    Gonk says:

    He’s perfected the pious, self righteous, Socialist, millionaire look

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    • 37
      My Lord Mandlescum of FartinPool and Boyz, with a sideways gait says:

      Ooh! Ducky! You’ve noticed! I can’t arf lay it on can’t I!

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    Well it's a thought says:

    Forgot all about Crick and I’d like to keep it that way, unless he’s being thrown into jail or a someone has a photo of him picking his nose and scratching his b*lls then who cares, he’s just a tv nonentity.

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  14. 39

    Beware of being a lefty at any time.

    It can turn someone from this into this:

    http://tinyurl.com/7yy6ev6

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  15. 43
    Jeffrey Archer says:

    Ha, ha, ha, tee hee, tee hee, ha, ha, ha, tee hee, tee hee, ha, ha, ha, tee hee, tee hee, ha, ha, ha, tee hee, tee hee, ha, ha, ha, tee hee, tee hee!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Anonymous says:

    Filmed live but audio added later?

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    • 49
      Tachybaptus says:

      I think the man was muttering smugly into the mike on his mobile as he filmed, trying to add a bit of lurid drama to a deeply uninteresting incident.

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    Fish says:

    They can’t help themseves, the BBC.

    Paxman opens the new Docu-series on the British Empire with the words. ‘The Empire on which the sun never set…some say it was the empire on which the blood never dried’

    Now I’ve been around a bit but I’d never heard that expression. A bit of googling establishes that ‘some people’ is John Newsinger – ‘a British marxist history professor from Bath Spa Uni (Tech College?)

    Newsinger unsurprisingly has worked as a historical consultant for the Beeb. Of course he has been seeminlgy been supplanted in their affections by Owen Jones – I’ll keep a close watch on the credits at the end of the programme.

    Marxist sentiment at the BBC – well I never?

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    Brainwash 'em young in a lefty styleee says:

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    Freedom2Choose says:

    Crick from the BBC – Bloody Bully Hunts- moved to C4 news which should now be named Bore4 news. C4 is the pits!

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    • 70

      On BBC 10 o’clock news reporting that melting ice caps have been responsible for the record snowfalls in the UK.

      Thank goodness for that.
      Wind turbine anyone? you now we can’t use anything else. Get one for your roof mister? Only £40k. But the way energy prices are going it’ll pay for itself by next year.

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    Rush – A Libertarian Rock Band

    ByTor/In The End/In The Mood/2112

    In The End (@4:05) is one of Rock’s all-time great anthems (unfortunately segued into In The Mood. It is the first live performance of it that I have found.

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    Going to war! says:

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  23. 78
    Displaced Brummie says:

    “I am sorry, I can’t hear you, I have a Crick in my neck.”

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    MB. says:

    Just watching the removal of the protesters outside St Paul’s. One Scottish one allowed to give a long rambling statement on BBC News, thinks it is the most significant moment in human history and the Roman Catholic church should be ashamed about removing them – they tried to explain that nothing to do with the RC church!

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    The religion of piss says:

    A pity that America had to apologise for koran burnings. I like to use a koran as a coaster for beer. I’d like to spray bacon grease onto every fat fucking muslim c unt’s face.

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    Richard Chimney says:

    I like In Diana Jones and the Temple of Poon.

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    Trigger says:

    How do I go about setting up a new ‘religious faith’? That involves wearing a ski mask..

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-17181861

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    • 91
      Alarm Bells! says:

      “You’ve made a remark which someone finds offensive”

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    • 92
      Orwellian says:

      He denied making an offensive remark, saying it was “an observation, nothing more”, but he was told he should apologise to a Muslim security guard who was nearby when the comment was made.

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      • 93
        The Paragnostic says:

        What the fuck is a Muslim doing securing our fucking borders?

        Is that why we’re overrun with the twats?

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    • 94
      AC1 says:

      FUCK ISLAM!

      If you’re offended! Good! The feeling’s mutual I loathe your p4edophile started deathcult.

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      not a machine says:

      Interesting isnt it , socialist baathests in syria are killing people and simpultainious holding a hardly believable elction , so called security cleared guards shoot dead to ranking officers perhaps to do with a koran burning in Afghanistan . Bin ladens house gets demolished in Pakistan , and it was less than half a km from one of biggest army bases .

      i appreciate that some may hold islam as a great faith , but isnt there at least one leading cleric who can tell them all , some kinda of mistake has occured that has caused decades of loss and opression , because they cannot sort anything out that allows then to live in peace and be enlightend …… I mean they cannot even tackle that if you fund terrorism , thats what you get instead of goverments that serve …

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    Trigger says:

    Done legally, defending my ‘Guidoism’ at the airport could be amusing, despite no doubt missing a flight or two..

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    not a machine says:

    I wasnt quite sure what to make of Nick Cleggs rather late letter on considering the competition aspects , the matter appears to be now settled with some final concessions , for what its worth , I was concerned at 2 aspects , one journo mentioned it would open up the NHS to EU groups , which perhaps is impossible to legislate for , although being as NHS has considerable experience the matter should not arise . The second aspect was in what was termed as “duplication “, given that labours legislation led to quite a bit of duplication , it is clear that labour see this will occure , as differing groups will need to be sorted through in the new constructs . I believe that over time we should start to see certain commisioning of care , lead to high activity of quality common practice , with a fair bit of sorting out what commisioning structures do deliver better outcomes ,in the more complex health needs , quite wether this means for some instances , certfied levels of interaction with for eg 2 nurses attending to a patient but unable to do anything else until specialist arrives , will perhaps be the new snagging for a while . There could also be a problem where private nurses doing special new treatment trials , conflict with other patterns .
    But overall for the vast majority of ordinary medical care , resourcing should provide improved outcomes , but improving the more complex healthcare scenarios is always difficult in home scenarios , again though i believe that some nurses somewhere will be doing somethings very well , and others not quite so enlightened , so hopefully in the months ahead , some transfer of better practice should appear , hopefully in a sort of organic way with a belief in developing actual care alongside .

    The Lib dems and the lords is somthing of feindish mix , clearly the system has had a bit of weakness in that we are approaching 1000 members , but somthing far worse may be possible with a fully elected lords , in that it will unltimately lead to competion of supremecy , rather than our more proven system of revising , but still being capable of protest . Elections have a habit of requring firm adherence to party lines , where as cross benchers , which have a habit of comming from appointments , can interogate the legislation in a different way and from different groups , indeed one could say that a house that upholds attitudes of revison over party loyality is as near as perfect as one could wish . Where I do have some sympathy for reform, it is in , reducing lords numbers and considering some way of appointing people , who have experience or even specialist experience , who can contribute to more subtle needs of revising legislation , that an election is simply unable to provide as the electorate will deliver the most popular . Whilst the danger of course is that certain cliques could arise that deliberately avoid proper revision eg appointed group conspires with another group , to twist an outcome , is not really considering matters in the service of the public . revising is a thoughtfull business , experienced hands on secure tenure , at least manage to evaluate and perhaps even suffer goverment failures , in a time frame outside of the seat changes that occure in elections , often producing that most eleusive of political reckonings , “wisdom”.

    There will perhaps come a day when local councils , have to go into a sort of gymnasium , I have to bite my tongue as some of the local practices i have witnessed in some boroughs , would make even a well known commons disgraced rouge , feel inept . It isnt so much that some councils do have departments that perform very obscure functions , that are useful for example ditch clearing . or that more rural ones may have differening patterns of service spending to urban ones , its when you find things like £11000 for a speed bump , when council in neighboring borugh got one for £5000 , or when a 10yr old purpose built council offices is to be demolished for a supermarket no one wants , as it has an active high street and one already in place , and the council is to spend money again on a new office block .
    I can see local council spending and how revenuse are collected , is beggining its journey from finacial squeeze , to something a little more determined in what they should and shouldnt be doing , one day it may become the only option left , but it appears we are rather busy on sorting the big mess left after labour borrow wonk fest , to have another iron in the fire . They are still advertising for none jobs in some boroughs , so will only have themselves to blame when it does come to an unpleasant end , with all its pay offs and re hireings ….

    First silent movie to win top award since 1939 , hope it isnt an omen for a repeat of 1940 , still nothing like a beer or even tray of them to cool off with , que theme music to sorry i havent a clue :)

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      Just managing to keep rage under control says:

      Thanks for that, and all the hard work involved.

      Should be repeated widely and often.

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    The Paragnostic says:

    One good bit of news for the night – the Occupy wankers are finally being evicted from St Pauls.

    I do hope some of them get stroppy and earn a good kicking…

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    • 100
      not a machine says:

      are they allowed to use a holy water cannon ?

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    • 101

      Deport them to Syria. I would. (Problem is I can’t be arsed to get elected.)

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    • 102
      Tron says:

      A local shop worker just told the truth about the stinking, thieving protesters who killed his business for the last 4 months, live on BBC TV News.

      The BBC reporter asked if he “admired them for what they were doing”.

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      MB. says:

      I was listening to some of them being interviewed on TV and radio – one thought that it was the most significant event in the history of mankind!

      They all seem to ramble on with their theories about what is wrong with the world and what they are going to do to solve it. I remembered what it reminded me of, being cornered at a party or in a pub by someone who has had a few drinks. They always know the answer to the most complex problems and questions as well knowing how to solve all the world’s problems though of course are talking complete b###ocks.

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    Gordon Brown says:

    I still agree with Nick.

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    a non says:

    Reading stone-age Europe@ns discovered America.
    Maybe there is still hope that Miliband will eventually discover a Socialist policy.
    Neanderthals R Us?
    “The brain size of Neanderthals was equal to or slightly greater than modern average man. Neanderthals were skeletally very robust and heavily muscled, but were characterized by an extremely protruding mid-facial region-as if someone had taken a face made of rubber and pulled on the nose. ”

    Has Schrodinger’s Cat been revising wiki again?

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      Well it's a thought says:

      Camoron must be preparing to have a General Election and is trying to soften up us trash, I thought he and his mates hadn’t finished filling their boots with gelt and would have a try next year, just shows the country is bankrupt unless he’s sold us to the EUSSR for a nice commissioners job..

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    • 121
      Well it's a thought says:

      Looks like your right , my comment just went down the bit bucket

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      Dave's Wet Nurse says:

      Is he subject to deadlines ?

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    MB. says:

    Daily Record

    “Shamed MP Eric Joyce heads for the hills following Commons bar brawl charge ”

    “COMMONS brawl charge MP Eric Joyce is off hillwalking in the Highlands – to “clear his head”.”

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/2012/02/28/shamed-mp-eric-joyce-heads-for-the-hills-following-commons-bar-brawl-charge-86908-23768255/

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    Civil Servant says:

    “Filmed live at the Barley Mow, Westminster.”

    What other kind of filming would it be, you muppet?

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  36. 136
    Dave's Wet Nurse says:

    Politico s still drinking at the Barley Mow ?

    All my boys rink at the Paviours these days …. unless they’ve knocked it down during the 15 years since I was last in attendance .

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