You know what I hate?

Posted by Tim Ireland at 2 April 2009

Category: Geekage

This entry was posted on
Thursday, April 2nd, 2009
at
4:39 pm and is filed
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I hate it when publishers do something that’s obviously wrong/dishonest, and then refuse to publicly admit it and/or apologise for it in front of their readers.

I’m not talking about one person here; I’ve got at least two newspaper editors at it at the same time as this wank-stain (who, by the way, today knowingly published a false claim/implication that i was a liar and homosexual – and former lover of his, to boot – only deleted it after the second notification, and then refused to apologise or even admit that he was refusing me a right of reply on that or anything else).

And the issue here isn’t just what these people are doing to me (and others) right now, but what they are likely to do to me and others in the future if they are continually allowed to get away with it.

Anyway, let’s put all that aside for one moment to enjoy this little ray of starshine… for tomorrow, we go to war.

Star Wars / Dallas opening (via)

Meanwhile, in a blogosphere not so far away, items of equal if not greater importance can be found here, here, here, here and here.








6 Comments

  1. mikkimoose says

    speaking of rip-offs, that whole video concept is stolen from here.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QktVh64BYx4&featur…No credit either. More apt than you probably realised.

  2. Manic says

    Probably more apt than any of us realised.For true Star Wars fans, the Star Trek universe simply doesn't exist. Therefore, nothing can happen in it first.

  3. bigdaddymerk says

    y'know I've still never watched any Star Wars films, apart from skipping through that one you sent me that time.(I do like Lego Star wars on the xbox though)

  4. Manic says

    I'll bring you around one day.

  5. balders says

    bugdaddymerk, I find your lack of viewing disturbing

  6. mikkimoose says

    I refuse to watch either Star Wars or Star Trek.ASCII Star Wars is good though. telnet://towel.blinkenlights.nl

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