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as someone i'm following on twitter said, "What did the Tories think of the 2nd series's exploration of the death of the unions? Or that 40 years of the war on drugs has been wrong?"
maybe the tory party's #1 photocopier and tea-maker can shed some light on this
or the 3rd series of political corruption?
or the 4th of lack of spending on education?
and i haven't seen the fifth so shush y'all.
The fifth series on how the print media is bollocks.
Is my most hated of all the soundbites Big Dave and his band of merry men have come up with over the years.
Much like the American politician who held up 'The Corner' as an example of how bad the problems are and how he'll use it to address those problems and then later admitted he hadn't read it and wasn't aware that the Government were blamed in the book for a lot of the problems.
otherwise a very sad article actually.
"What the fuck did I do?"
"When The Wire comes to Britain's streets, it is the poor who suffer most."
because they can't afford the boxset and have to stay up late to watch it on bbc2; a problem when many of them work in manual labour or shops and stuff and get tired and keep falling asleep in really important bits.
and lose their fingers in the machinary :(
tell Wilson to trim that Rhododendron as it's looking unsightly
... he said "it's a police drama set in Baltimore." but I thought he said "set in Bolton".
It did sound a bit far fetched, and when he started talking about the Johns Hopkin hospital, the pennies dropped.
7.most congested roads
8.Least respect to the old people.
9.our young people ranked so low (24 out of 27) in
I would really like to see the data and metrics for number 8. How the hell do you measure that?
Also - "Most Feckless" - I bet that was a scientific study!
Incidentally, my folks just got back from Baltimore the other day. Apparently they’re better than us when it comes to considerate driving: Other road users always let you in at turnings. Which I thought was nice.
Broken Britain now resembles the cancelled Fox sci-fi programme, 'Firefly', Alan Duncan announced today.
"Many of our anti-social yobs are identical to Reavers," Duncan claimed in a speech to the CBI, "and this Labour government is destroying our civil liberties, just like those guys with the blue gloves that come after River."
Where Tories watch The Wire and say the words 'piss' and 'twat' on national radio?
Goddamn it, there's probably a few of them on here now?!??!
WE DON'T WANT YOUR KIND AROUND THESE PARTS.