Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by willie45, Aug 11, 2017.
Looks more like a Buzzfeed item. Perhaps they are appealing to the Daily Mail readers who can no longer stand the Daily Mail but aren't yet used to the written word.
An entertaining idea, but not very well done (too easy). What's wrong, after all, with (yet another) illustration that they're both long on arrogance and anger but short on intelligence, wisdom and self control? Why are you "going off" Auntie?
The fact they have decided not to commission a fourth series of Count Arthur Strong is enough for me to write them off. I really do.
They are still not as bad as the opposition. I understand that GMTV this morning were pushing TED Talks. I was asked by their viewer what TED Talks were. I didn't know so I looked the term up. Apparent they are a form of communications medium used to spread deviant ideas. Just like ITV, Sky and the Daily Mail, then.
A decision which has sent them up in my estimation.
I was having a bit of a play yesterday thinking that both of these idiots are as bad as each other. Photoshop skills may need improving a bit.
that is a classic and so true.
Are those hands the right size
Oh yes, utterly 'deviant';
A bit on the big side.
Not my handiwork, I'm not sure I could have stood to work on either face for very long:
Doesn't look like Trump at all: missing the puckered-sphincter mouth.
Why have you posted a picture of Louis Van Gaal next to one of Kim Yong Un?
I am currently listening to the best bit of the BBC, Radio 3. Radio 4 comes next and I use the News pages of the web site but rarely much else.
I enjoyed watching that. Thanks
In the sense that "deviant" simply means something that has deviated from commonplace norms, then in 2006 the thrust of that speech actually qualified for the description quite well.
Not sure what the issue is for the OP?
It is surely a comment on the way the POTUS is acting.
BBC are surely allowed editorial comment? Especially on overseas matter?
I just showed it to my wife who gave up being a Headteacher 2 years ago. She has been at a conference with him as a guest speaker. She said he was very good and even bought his book.
I went off BBC news after reading articles on subjects I am familiar with and realising they might not be any better at reporting on topics I am not familiar with. That and much of the entertainments is aimed at those with a gentler disposition, particularly the prime time stuff.
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