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Posted: 16 Nov 12 23:45
So far they've raised 20 million sheets.

That should just about cover all the lawsuits.

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Posted: 17 Nov 12 04:46
Dear Simon

I only watch it in case that tasty oriental looking bint out of BBC London News comes on and does a soft shoe shuffle in stockings and suspenders.

Only last night as she was telling us about a bloke being stabbed on the District Line I said to my missus. "Do you reckon I could be in there love?"

Without looking up from her copy of Enema Digest she remarked dryly "I wouldn't have thought so no"

I felt miserable



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Posted: 17 Nov 12 11:22
Stabbed on the District Line? Sounds nasty.

What is the District Line? Is it an artery around the heart or that one in the groin?

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Posted: 20 Nov 12 15:49
The District Line?

That is the Number One mode of transport for Cliveypops and his ICF friends to reach the Boleyn. Its getting harder nowadays to carry the 'tools' without plod searching the bags, so he also has a megabus on standby.

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Posted: 20 Nov 12 17:26
I found it deeply ironic that the BBC hosted a charity event for a charity that protects children.

Maybe that's just me.

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Posted: 20 Nov 12 17:39
Ah the good old ICF! Takes me back and no error RG. Happy carefree, blood spattered days when with a merry quip and a jaunty swipe of the Stanley blade we'd slash and mutilate our workaday cares away. *lights pipe and wipes away small tear*

As for Children in need, I spotted a little saucepan crying his eyes out on the steps of the local church earlier.

"What's up Fruitgum" I asked

"Me mum's just died" he announced, bursting into tears again.

"Blimey what a sickner!" I replied sticking me hand on his shoulder. "Would you like me to go inside and get the priest?"

"No thanks" he said "The last thing I feel like doing now is having sex"

It's all in the timing folks

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Posted: 20 Nov 12 17:40
No Debs, I thought the same thing, as I hurled constant abuse at every BBC host that came on the set. It was only the intervention of Irene and her cannonball left hook that silenced me. When I awoke, she told me they had made £20 million and with all the deductions (yes they do) it will be £10 million. Lets hoe they spend wisely.



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Posted: 20 Nov 12 18:24

Quote: IainB

I found it deeply ironic that the BBC hosted a charity event for a charity that protects children.

Maybe that's just me.

Debbie


Along with Arm I felt the same thing.

I found myself shouting, "yeah children are in need, some of them because of your ex-employees who you never did anything about," at the screen.

If it's any consolation it was terrible anyway. It didn't seem like they had their hearts in it. Probably thinking the same thing we are.

Anyway, if the shit hits the fan it could be the last one the BBC does.

Simon



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