The Babel of Richard Littlejohn

May 18, 2010

Perhaps the best way to penetrate the incomprehensible logic of a tabloid columnist is do to some translating. Using Google Translate I translated Littlejohn’s latest from English to Arabic, German, Hebrew, Chinese and back to English. It now makes much more sense.

Only 75 grams of blind guards in the Council did not clean up the mess, he’s a dog in the library.
艾 伯特麦克 Faure, from Renfrew, Scotland, were handed £ 40 fixed penalty, but he did not do anything Labrador gold, copper, and it is just a waste piece of work.
As expected, the knowledge, not to mention the mountains? He is blind, but why.
If the guide dog is a clue. Therefore, the dog must be registered Albert disabled permit use of headlights.
He said he did not call for his death. Although the disorder is a nuisance dog, but its soil and debris on the sidewalk or large children’s playground.
Albert said: “I know rules are rules, I did not then the next person’s address, but it is not true.
He said he had received a warning, but the guards were punished only interested in name and a fine version.
What old blind fool’s heart refused to provide benefits, even if they committed a crime, technically easier?
But the “rule system is a tyrant Brett does not make sense, in the centuries. Experience the complete line Albert dwarf” n’safety verify the identity of the madness to my readers sent me weekly.
Alice O’Brien of Bognor Regis, said the e-mail, their hands, the Gatwick Airport cup casserole holiday in Turkey – as a means of combating terrorism, so the law is just a small example of animal .
In Havant, Hants, to prevent young people from buying motorcycle repair a hole on this basis will be more likely to be the smell of glue.
Even if it is accompanied by 17 years) from his father 丹尼尔科特 Trail and sales staff is still not much of 99p. The store owner said he was the police recommendations.
Without the use of any information or common sense, anyway.
You did not think of a shop or evidence of the guidance idiot, “a book of Daniel plastic smell, but really wants to buy a large tub with glue, and this hole reform? Read the rest of this entry »


Gross Domestic Products: Reebok EasyTone

May 18, 2010
easytone reebok
Blessed are they who heed the incantations of advertisers for they shall inherit the girth…

Now that didn’t take long, did it?

May 12, 2010

daily mail middle classes cameron clegg

Less than 24 hours into the new government and the middle classes are under siege again. Business as usual.

What a pity that the Tories didn’t win outright

May 12, 2010

I am regretting slightly that the Conservatives didn’t win an overall majority. Can you imagine if Cameron were today leading a Conservative government? What would the ambiance be like tomorrow in the conference rooms of the Tory press? Can you imagine being a news editor in the Daily Mail? Where does the material come from if not NuLiebour and Gordon Broon? You’re fucked. The tabs have been spoon-fed anti-Labour stories for 13 years. Eurosceptic PR, MigrationWatchUK, Taxpayers’ Alliance to hint at just a few. Easy, juicy, pre-written news fodder. And overnight it all vanishes. Three glorious years of vilifying Gordon Brown is over. Who to blame for chavs, immigrants, rapists, speed cameras, elf ‘n’ safety, council tax, stealth taxes, broken Britain, single mothers, benefit scroungers, human rites, political correctness? Who does a columnist turn to when stripped of his subject? Screwed, totally screwed. They certainly carry on for a while and blame it all on the legacy of Labour. But after a couple of years it starts to ring hollow. Incredulity incubates and people stop believing that Labour can be responsible for a stabbing in Basingstoke, two years out of government.  But in coalition with the Lib Dems I think the tabs have a substitute scapegoat who can be blamed for anything that goes wrong in Britain as long as they’re power-sharing. And I can’t help feeling a little disappointed about that.

Another hijacking by the global markets

May 11, 2010

Whew! The markets posted their biggest one-day gains in a year thanks to a trillion-dollar bailout by the EU and IMF. Having induced a global recession and fleeced taxpayers, the hostage takers are back with more ransom demands. But surely paying EUR750 billion to rescue Greece is worth staving off the panic for a while until another EU country realises its bankruptcy. Then the markets can take financial stability hostage again and we can have another ‘please, don’t hurt her, we have the money’ moment, while we toss the bulging briefcase to a sweaty and clearly volatile suited man with a gun. And there I went thinking that you were never meant to give a ransom to a hijacker.

John Cleese on PR, 1987

May 8, 2010

Not Democracy (LRB blog)

May 8, 2010

Not Democracy

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