Category Archives: Christ…
Read this. Then do this: ignorant bigots That is all.
You. Must. Read. This. Now. Then forward it to everyone you know. Send them a copy of this as well if you like: https://www.bloggerheads.com/archives/2005/01/tara_conlan_and.asp If you don’t have a (free) Guardian registration, get one just to read this (it’s worth … Continue reading
I’ve been wearing my Angry Pants for 3 days now. I’ve tried turning them inside-out, but I think the time has come to drop them in the laundry basket. I also have my hands on a lot of new data. … Continue reading
John Beyer and Tara Conlan may want to look up their names in Google, MSN or Yahoo this morning… it should give them a little lesson in how weblogs work. Thanks also to everyone who has chipped in with useful … Continue reading
Huzzah! What a cracker! I’m going to be busy digging and sorting and emailing and working tomorrow and Monday. What I would really, really like to see (if you have the time) is some feedback from anyone who actually watched … Continue reading
If you are chatting/posting (or if you were chatting/posting) during Jerry Springer – The Opera, I’d like to get some links or see some logs. Please save them and/or send them my way.
Congratulations, Daily Mail; you just sold a newspaper. I knew you’d be too gutless to put something like this online… Extract from print version of the Daily Mail – Sat Jan 08 2004: BBC bosses get death threat as 50,000 … Continue reading
By jingo, by crikey! Were you to read the fuggin’ Weegend Oztralyan, yew wood lurn that us poms ain’t got no sense at awl no-ow. Weekend Australian – BBC blasted over Springer show: Christian protesters set fire to their television … Continue reading
OK, Mr Angry Pants is online…. I’ve been in touch with Roly Keating’s office. Sadly they do not have a record or recording of the exchange that led to the following ‘quote’ in the Dec 3 Mail article: At BBC2’s … Continue reading
Today, Page 3 girl Ruth (22, from Kent) ‘can’t believe’ the Beeb is showing Jerry Springer The Opera. She says: “I’m not surprised they’ve had complaints about the swearing. Why can’t they plug the Saturday night telly gap with good … Continue reading