May 2nd, 2014

Arnie on Boris


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  1. 1
    Eddy Balls says:

    I’m jealous.

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      Norfolk's Finest says:

      As Balls should be. It’s not like Balls ever did anything except harm this country.

      It’s also very encouraging to see how well regarded the UK is around the world in practical terms. It also shows just how mean spirited socialists are in forever doing down the achievements of this country while the rest of the world copies us and respects us!

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      broderick crawford says:

      Every time I meet David Cameron he says “Arnie! you’re back ! — again !! “

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    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Labour won’t be back.

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      Reader says:

      Thanks for posting that. It is clear from the relentless detail and reasons that the judge’s remarks about Clifford’s behviour at court are periferal (although in my view in any event well warranted) to the basic reasoning behind the sentences. People seeing that as a basis of some sort of appeal seem to me to be clutching at straws.

      55 thousand pounds toward prosecution costs even seems low to me.

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    • 34
      Orson cart says:

      The perv fixed it for his mate Jim, so payback time

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      • 37
        Ockham's Razor says:

        Max Clifford did frequently flex
        His member at the opposite sex.
        This diminutive act
        Proves, after the fact,
        De Maximus quod curat lex.

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      • 40
        Thrill Seeker says:

        de minimis curat lex
        unless the case involves some sex

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  4. 4
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Does Arnie have any views about Lord Lucan’s nanny?

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  5. 5
    Arnie says:

    He’ll be back.

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  6. 6
    Get in there ! says:

    NI police ‘seek Adams extension’

    Police in Northern Ireland to seek more time to quiz Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams, the deputy first minister says. Adams spends second night in custody

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      broderick crawford says:

      NI POLICE SEEKING ADAMS’ ” EXTENSION” — – MAX CLIFFORD DENIES ALL KNOWLEDGE

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  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    The man who bankrupted California – I don’t give a shit what he thinks.

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    The Tit in No. 10 says:

    I do so desperately want my own War!!

    Then people would look up to me and admire me!

    Tony had one

    Margaret had one

    I’ve had none – and I’ve tried so hard!

    Snot fair!!!

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  9. 9
    Arnie says:

    Boris would make a good lead character in The Sperminator.

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  10. 10
    Tom Cat says:

    Is he high?

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  11. 12
    BBC is shit says:

    BBC operatives sure are better at uncovering alleged racial abuse than they are actual child abuse.

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  12. 15
    catesby says:

    Arnie is a great guy but Yanks just do not understand British politics. These are the same people who worshiped Blair! Somebody must terminate Scameron and Boris!

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  13. 17
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Arnie’s an honorary Londoner!

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    jgm2 says:

    What an endorsement.

    He only needs Chuck Norris to endorse him now and Boris can walk into number 10 any time he likes.

    Although apparently Boris has bigger plans. Him being American and all. And Arnie’s praise might be part of that bigger plan.

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    jgm2 says:

    What an en*do*rs*em*ent.

    He only needs Chuck Norris to en*do*r*se him now and Boris can walk into number 10 any time he likes.

    Although apparently Boris has bigger plans. Him being American and all. And Arnie’s praise might be part of that bigger plan.

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      broderick crawford says:

      What bigger plan — President of the Peoples Republic of China ?

      Thst would be a tall order even for Boris unless he dyed his hair and had facial cosmetic surgery .

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    Village Idiot says:

    …..Today, in England, a judge was imprisoned,but you would hardly know it!
    …Such is the collapse in morals and priorities,that celebrity tittle-tattle,as in the outrageously overblown story of a childhood nursery rhyme,takes precedent over what must surely be one of the most terrifying crimes of all,a bent judge,who can determine a sentence on a fellow human,pass judgement,and be trusted to carry out the laws requirements that we live by!.A trust now lacking and a sentence that seems very lenient,considering the seriousness of the offence,or,is it thought of as “Not that serious”?…This way leads to madness!

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    • 27
      BBC says:

      Unlike us (and some on Gheedough’s list) the public are not obsessed with race, but we think they are so we like to protect them from having bad thoughts.

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      • 28
        Black Jack says:

        My obsession with race extends as far as the BBC

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          broderick crawford says:

          I see the interviewer whiever she was glammed herself up for Arnie — or do radio presenters always dress to the nines for a non visual medium ?

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          • Podiceps says:

            Before the war, BBC radio newsreaders were obliged to wear evening dress.

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          • fred the pensioner says:

            … and after the war BBC tv male newsreaders were also dressed in best penguin gear. That McDonald Hobley fellow really looked the part.

            I wonder if they were telling us the truth back then?

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    • 41
      Anonymous says:

      You are so right Village I. Wish I could give you a million votes.

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    • 42
      EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

      Nice summary – like that.

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    Ukipper says:

    Stupid meddling Austrian.

    I prefer British actors like Sid James and Roger Moore.

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  18. 35
    Arnie says:

    Eating isn’t cheating

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    Dave and his Little Willie says:

    Oh. Are the Ukrainian government “killing their own people”? Funnily enough, this is one of those occasions when this is acceptable. Send in more tanks, and guarantee yourselves a warm welcome in the EU!

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    • 38
      The Last Labour Government says:

      Killing our own people worked for us in Mid Staffs.

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      • 43
        EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

        There just could be a much BIGGER ‘killing field’ over in Bridgend.

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    • 45
      WSC says:

      I seem to remember even Mr Hitler did not send tanks against his own people

      These criminal rats in Kiev are off the scale as far as war crimes are concerned

      Catching up with the Jihadis ..Cameron’s and Hague’s other friends

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      • 49
        Podiceps says:

        Hitler did not need to send tanks against his own people. He simply hived off the categories he disliked, stirred up the ‘real’ Germans against them and, when they had been properly frightened, sent them notices telling them to report to their nearest police station so that they could be relocated for their own benefit. They left thinking they were going to some kind of ideal housing scheme.

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    Ockham's Razor says:

    A document published quietly last week shows that Labour’s raid on pensions in 1997 is now costs taxpayers nearly £10bn a year – double the amount Gordon Brown had initially outlined. – Telegraph

    http://tinyurl.com/mlubwrj

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    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    Think the bikes were at least in Paris first.

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    • 48
      Podiceps says:

      Yes, they were, called Vélib. They were quickly stolen and cannibalised for spare parts. This has happened to earlier free bike schemes again and again. The clever thing about the London bikes is that they are such weird misshapen objects that no part of them can be used on a normal bike.

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      • 53
        Dougal MacDougal of that ilk says:

        Also they are very heavy. Plus weren’t they actually originally kick started by Ken Livingdead only they came to fruition after he was deposed.

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  22. 46
    Steroids R Us says:

    Why does Arny look and speak like a doped up fool?

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    The Wild Colonial Boy says:

    A character witness has spoken in the court of public opinion. Bojo definitely has his mojo back. Go, Boris! Number 10 stands open and ready for you (once the current temporary tenant vacates). Boris will not bore us.

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  24. 51
    Rufus says:

    I didn’t know that he could think.

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  25. 55
    Nigel Garage says:

    Coming over here, doing all our terminating. Bloody foreigners

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  26. 56
    Anonymous says:

    “What does Arnold Schwarzenegger think of Borris”
    Is it that Borris won’t be back, if he should accidentally/inadvertently mispronounce Arnold’s surname and spin-out like Jezza? Although names only have the power we give them. Ergo: You may be armed with a word-gun. But I’m the one who determines what load-charge is in-back of those projectiles it fires at me.

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  27. 57
    Dutch Schaeffer says:

    Dillon! Yoooouuuuu son of a bitch.

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  28. 59
    The price of haddock says:

    Who cares, they both know fuck all about politics!!!

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