Yesterday Barclays got caught doing something naughty. They were fined. Today, on Radio 4, John Humphries apparently took great pleasure in grilling someone not-really-linked but kinda about it. And it was fuuuuuucking boooororororing. Why is this on the news? I mean, FUCK, it's boring as all hell. Tell me they were fined, I don't care about their Chairman's job, or if he's declined a bonus.
Is it because they are cheap shots now, that we all can rally behind them? Is it because we all feel undone by a banking system that failed? Or is it just because there was 10 minutes on the today programme that had to filled by some recent news?
I turned over to Radio 1 for a bit, it was that boring.