Hello Labour Party peeps!

Posted by Tim Ireland at February 16, 2005

Category: UK General Election 2005

This entry was posted on
Wednesday, February 16th, 2005
at
9:33 am and is filed
under UK General Election 2005.

“One more chance” says wife-beater Blair. Heh. I suspect this may be an ugly metaphor. There is no suggestion that Tony actually beats Cherie. Making such a claim would be more than a little bit silly.

I’ve yet to process the full BB logs (we may not have the resources for this until next week) but when I take a close look at the Bloggerheads stats for this month, I spy the IP address 195.224.195.66 (70 pages accessed, last page accessed 15 Feb 2005 at 10:48am). Here’s why this matters.








5 Comments

  1. Guy Gooberman says

    Have you done something to offend Stephen in another life? he seems very cross…

  2. balders says

    Well, he says in his blog that he used to be a hunt sab, so possibly1 – As Labour have outlawed hunting with dogs he feels honourbound to attack any criticism of the party that delivered the legislationand/or2 – He has a surfeit of repressed anger and the banning of hunting has removed an outlet, requiring him to find another.Still, takes all sorts I supose.

  3. Guy Gooberman says

    He’s a cross man. He needs some lady fun.

  4. Assembly Online says

    Cyber Stalkers

    Sometime after observing that the Labour Party’s Millbank Media Centre and the London Borough of Hackney’s Corporate Development Team had been visiting this website we noticed a trackback from

  5. Assembly Online says

    Cyber Stalkers

    Sometime after observing that the Labour Party’s Millbank Media Centre and the London Borough of Hackney’s Corporate Development Team had been visiting this website we noticed a trackback from

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