Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Carol Thatcher: Lest We Forget.


Anyone putting a few quid on David Vance's future career moves should risk a flutter on the chirpy Irishman taking over the editor's chair at Heat magazine. On Biased BBC he's got all the, erm, sleb goss from Strictly Come Dancing.


Turns out that dreamy Anton de Beke has used the P-word to gorgeous gal-pal Laila Rouass, and stroppy Dave Vance is calling out the BBC 'cos his dreamgirl Carol Thatcher said gollywog and got the Big E for racism, while hunky de Beke said Paki and did not!!!!!! OMG!!!


Anyway, Mailman has it sussed:


Thatcher should have been fired simply for getting the reference wrong. The guy wasnt a gollywog, he was a gollyfrog! :D


Have got Carol's agent on the phone, Mailman. She's loving your stuff. Lunch?


Guest has been on a mediation course. Any advice?


More PC nonsense.


Writing this on a Mac, so back off. But using Microsoft Word, to be fair.


Du Beke's dancing partner should get a life and grow a thick skin.


Radical. Wasn't it Anton's quip about her skin which got him in trouble?


If she continues to bleat then she's minus one dance partner and the Beeb is minus Brucie's successor.


Quite right. Less bleating. We want The Silence Of The Lailas.


Yet another example of how political correctness is imploding with ever more farcical episodes.


Hell in a handcart. Etc.


NotaSheep gives us NotaBleat.


Carol Thatcher is the devil's daughter and so must be punished to show who are the masters now.


Brilliant analysis. Though…why did they give her a job in the first place?


Jack Bauer wants to join Mr de Beke's club and sneak in the P-word again.


Surely the BBC pronunciation Unit would insist that the correct pronunciation is PAHR-KI?


Received pronunciation went out some years ago, Jack. Go for Geordie, the punters can't get enough of it. Still, it's probably time for you to save Los Angeles from terrorists. Again.


The legendary Martin is so glad he's not on Hampstead Heath with the gay Beeboids and their rent boys. He's excited about luscious Laila. Oh yes he is.


I've never heard of this woman until now, but boy if you google her she's one sexy lady,


Say no more, squire.


I guess that makes me a sexist pig?


Just a real red-blooded bloke.


Well guilty and proud.


Let's all flick towels at each other in the B-BBC locker room. Heads on poles, why don't you join in?


That's two of us Martin. Phwooaarr!


Phwoo, um, oarr!


10 comments:

  1. Latest post is all about Evan Davis attending Iain Dale's pink blue party in Manchester. Every cliche bar "some of my best friends are gay" and "shoving it down my throat"
    Is it wrong I'll be checking back every hour to see if Martin has commented yet?

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  2. Martin dreams of having 'it' shoved down his throat.

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  3. David "I don't hate gays but I'm still going to single out any occasion on which they are portrayed neutrally or positively and have give them their own tag "Pro Gay" on my website, just like all the other things I hate" Vance.

    But honestly, guv, he doesn't hate muzzies, poofters, anyone left of John Redwood, all Palestinians, anyone who cares about the environment, all Democrats.

    It must be some sort of coincidence that he keeps flagging neutral or positive coverage of these people's views as an aberration. And it must also be a coincidence that people who do hate muzzies, poofters, anyone left of John Redwood, all Palestinians, anyone who cares about the environment, all Democrats just happen to comment an awful lot at B-BBC.

    Some of my best friends are called David Vance, by the way, just in case you think I'm a raging bigot.

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  4. They are obsessed with Carol Thatcher. I think any mention of the word 'Thatcher', in any context, on the BBC makes Vance foam at the mouth and scream 'BIIIIAASSSS'.

    As Dizzy Rascal would say - 'Bonkers'.

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  5. I see that Robin Horbury has even used the words "political correctness gone mad" -- in complete seriousness -- in his critique of Criminal Justice.

    It's Phil's comment that takes the cake, though. "I haven't watched 'Criminal Justice' but I can assure you it is trash, just like 99% of all TV."

    I wonder how much of that 99% he has also written off without bothering to engage with it?

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  6. "I agree with DV - I don't want any politicians expressing any interest in individual sexual preferences. I don't want them celebrating homosexuality, I don't want them condemning it. I want them to run the infrastructure of the country as quietly, as unobtrusively, and as inexpensively as possible. Full stop. End of story. IMHO."

    Riiiight. Why do I have a funny feeling such posters actually have rather loud opinions on what the Government should do about gays in the military, gay people adopting and certainly civil partnerships.

    (By the way OBME, why do they call you a troll? They seem to misunderstand what the term actually means)

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  7. Dave

    I think they use troll to mean someone who disagrees with us and won't take fuck-right-off for an answer. But it could also be because I'm squat and ugly and live under a bridge.

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  8. Meanwhile;
    I picked the wrong day to run my new irony meter over B-BBC
    http://biased-bbc.blogspot.com/2009/10/little-ben-twitters.html#comments
    Puff of smoke and there are bits everywhere.

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  9. Dave

    Good lord. The lack of self awareness is... awesome.

    It's as if All Seeing Eye and David Vance have looked in the mirror and said, "they're a pair of ugly buggers, aren't they?" and don't believe anyone who tell them it's not actually a window.

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  10. Opinionated Beyond My Erectile Disfunction10 October 2009 at 16:54

    I think they use troll to mean someone who disagrees with us and won't take fuck-right-off for an answer. But it could also be because I'm squat and ugly and live under a bridge.

    *applause*

    *furious wank*

    Wow!
    That did it for me.

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