August 22nd, 2013

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14 Comments

  1. 1
    Owen Jones says:

    1st post

    ME ME ME

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  2. 2
    Objective productions protect abusive media stars. says:

    The weeks just fly by! Won’t be long before Miliband is less popular than Brown. Oh err!

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  3. 4
    I d on't n eed no d octor says:

    Seems the Guardian could be heading for a whole lot of trouble over the Snowden documents. Let’s hope the Guardian gets shut down.

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    a non says:

    Great to have you back looking after the shop with WikiG, and Neo on his holidays again G.
    Nothing against Neo, except he appears to function in a parallel universe.
    Too little U Kipper and too much Y-om Kippur for most’s liking. Looking a little pale around the gills, I hope he has found the sun. :)
    At least in a period of political drought WikiG, like yourself realises trivia and tittle tattle can carry the day, when necessary without reverting to the same old, same old.

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  5. 10

    Its all happening this week

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  6. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Whatever you do,do not forget about the war.

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    broderick crawford says:

    Guardian ordered to destroy bourgeois lifestyle articles

    Putting everyone at risk
    THE Guardian has destroyed nauseatingly middle-class articles about garden furniture and teenagers failing to get a place at Oxford.

    Ministers said it was in the national interest to destroy the articles as they make the UK a target for radical anti-narcissism groups.

    A government spokesman said: “The public do not need to know about teenagers called Ivan and Orla having to make do with Edinburgh University after being rejected by Oxford.

    “Or why it is acceptable to send your kid to private school if the local comprehensive doesn’t cater to their uniqueness.

    “There are cases of people with genuine, real-life problems becoming physically ill after reading 1,200 word space-fillers about whether sausages are inherently misogynist.

    “Many Guardian readers expect serious news reporting with a liberal-left slant, but instead find themselves being asked to consider purchasing a £500 hardwood hammock to put in the massive garden they are assumed to own.”

    Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger defended the paper’s freedom to publish articles about issues affecting middle-class freelance journalists.

    He said: “The Guardian has a proud tradition of campaigning journalism. However we also have a tradition of catering to readers worried that buying their four-year-old daughter a miniature plastic cooker reinforces patriarchy.

    “Problem is, our readers only ever read the first two paragraphs of a story about Palestine before skipping to something about barge holidays.

    “However we may cut back on articles by American feminists making incredibly obscure points about political correctness. Even I’m getting sick of those.”

    Last night members of the Special Branch raided the Guardian’s offices and removed an archive of articles about people who work for charities going on blind dates.

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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