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[challenge entry] Quick and dirty compo for all the Mancs

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(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:54, archived)
# Banal
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:57, archived)
# TJ - This Jan Moir business
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but isn't Jan Moir the one who pissed off a b3tard over supposedly "hacking Google" or something a while back? Or was that a different Daily Mail reporter. I'm sure I remember something along the lines of a 'Jan Moir is a cunt' thing going on.

To the pic - I see what you did there.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:58, archived)
# different one
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:59, archived)
# Julie Moult.
Same initials, could well be an alias.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:59, archived)
# That's the one
I thank you.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:02, archived)
# Also,
the b3tan in question was a certain Manic.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:29, archived)
# That doesn't narrow it down much.
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:30, archived)
# ROFFLEOFFLEOFFLE!
I totally told you about my day down there and you totally ignored it :( I hate you AlISTAIR!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:31, archived)
# I read it, and then you said "goodbye curly"
so I assumed you had fucked off. It's not my fault you haven't fucked off.

Also, my hair isn't curly, it's wavy.

Ah fuck it, it's curly.

edit: you said "LATERS CURLY". Look, I even checked.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:35, archived)
# Sorry ALISTAIR!
I didn't mean to offend your WAVY hair.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:36, archived)
# You spelltd
ALINSTR rong!!!1
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:44, archived)
# LOOOOOL!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:49, archived)
# It's pronounced "Ququlzzdrrr".
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:50, archived)
# Clap clap clap.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:52, archived)
# Good, but this time, make the clap slower....
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:59, archived)
# Julie Moult is an idiot.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:20, archived)
# 5 posts too late dude!
Duuuuuuuuuude!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:29, archived)
# What's the difference?
In 2000 posts time she'll still be a fucking idiot.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:13, archived)
# Yeah
but she'll be a fucking idiot with 2000 extra posts about her.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:25, archived)
# True dat blud!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:53, archived)
# T'was another two-bit Dailymail hack
called Julie Moult
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:02, archived)
# Julie Moult is an Idiot.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:15, archived)
# Yay!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:18, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:20, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:31, archived)
# LLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLL.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:22, archived)
# Julie Moult is an Idiot.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:35, archived)
# Dulie Mould is a indort.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:35, archived)
# YOUR A IDIOT!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:42, archived)
# NO :(
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:45, archived)
# WEARS MY IDIOT?
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:48, archived)
# UV LOST IT? UR STUPEND!!!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:52, archived)
# DIS SHIT AINT NO LAFFIN MATURE!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:58, archived)
# im sry
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:14, archived)
# ITS WIV DA AYNJILS
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:17, archived)
# N ANGLE MOLEESTD ME N I LIKD IT!"!!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:19, archived)
# I would pay to see that
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:21, archived)
# Jan Moir is an idiot
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:35, archived)
# Jan Moir is a despicable, vile idiot
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:37, archived)
# Jan Moir is a big gayer
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:38, archived)
# Jan Moir smells of poo
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:41, archived)
# Today
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:38, archived)
# Good stuff!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:43, archived)
# Haha she has a wierd face
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:49, archived)
# may as well throw my own on here for good measure ;)
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:52, archived)
# Oh fucking hell, I hadn't seen her statement.
"clearly orchestrated internet campaign"? Fucking hell. I think for myself, you vacuous cunt, I don't need to be told what to think to fit in with the editorial thrust of my employers.

edit: very well said, by the way.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:57, archived)
# I like Stephen Fry's comment:
"I gather a repulsive nobody writing in a paper no one of any decency would be seen dead with has written something loathsome and inhumane."

www.guardian.co.uk/media/pda/2009/oct/16/jan-moir-stephen-gately-facebook-twitter
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:45, archived)
# Yeah, Stephen Fry's quite witty for a bum-jockey.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:49, archived)
# ^^^ THIS IS A JOKE, DON'T COMPLAIN ABOUT IT ^^^
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:50, archived)
# "Twitter and Facebook outrage over The Hedgehog From Hell's homophobic joke"
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:52, archived)
# *commits suicide*
*awaits posthumous Daily Mail article linking homophobia to unnatural death*
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:54, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:02, archived)
# YES!
May I put this in my profile, pretty please?
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:04, archived)
# Haha
Jan Moult and Julie Moir are watching you masturbate.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:06, archived)
# SHEXEH
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:07, archived)
# Haha
Im pretty sure the Eye ran an article a few months back pointing out that the Mail has fired so many sub editors and feature writers , that various journalists within the company are writing different articles under pseudonyms (I think they have a sports writer who, on the same night , managed to watch England play Croatia at Wembley whilst being in Japan to file copy on Scotland getting beaten by Japan).

Any bets that the intiails JM cover a multitude of worthless homophobic tripe in various columns in that rag of a paper?
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:29, archived)
# I'm going to be over-analytical next time I see an adaptation of Peter Pan.
That JM Barrie, what a cunt.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:37, archived)
# He was gay you know.
Will you never cease your incessant gay-bashing? (obviously not, since then it wouldn't be incessant).
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:44, archived)
# Go ahead. I'M GOING TO BOMB GOOGLE SO THIS IS THE FIRST THING EVERYONE WILL SEE!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:07, archived)
# last I checked
you weren't a nationally syndicated journalist getting paid to write that, though :p
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:53, archived)
# You never got your pay cheque for posting on b3ta?
Why do you think the rest of us are still here?
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:54, archived)
# Hahahaha!

THE HEADLINES TONIGHT:

MUSHROOM OFF OF B3TA SAYS "HOMOPHOBIA IS FINE, AS LONG AS YOU'RE NOT GETTING PAID FOR IT"
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:00, archived)
# I see
you share Ms Moir's sense of logic ;)
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:01, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:04, archived)
# I'm reporting you to the moderators.
Expect to be moderated.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:54, archived)
# The Guardian is for sandle-wearing, muesli-eating, patchouli-smelling-of, hippies.
I feel sad because my parents read the Daily Mail. They have done for decades. It's never been a good paper, but ten years ago it wasn't quite as hate-filled as it is now. As far as I know, my parents don't hate anyone. They've certainly never expressed any such sentiments. I think they just really really like Princess Di though.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:49, archived)
# Have you tried weaning them off with the Express?
Actually scratch that, it's a really fucking bad idea.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:51, archived)
# I thought the Express was worse.
Oh wait. No. They had a black man in one of their adverts once.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:52, archived)
# Have you tried weaning them off with the Express?
Dangerous that is. Express leads to idiocy, leads to television X. That way lies the dark side.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:34, archived)
# ^ this with a fucking bell on
Except if I actually read newspapers; I'd read the Guardian.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:51, archived)
# The Times.
All the broadsheets are pretty good for the actual news. It's only the columns and opinions sections where they really differ. I like a few of the Times' columnists, although I have to balance that against the fact that William Rees-Mogg has a column and he makes my knuckles itch.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:53, archived)
# The Times isn't that bad
but I can't help but think that it's tainted by Murdoch when I read it
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:54, archived)
# They're all owned by some bastard or other.
But all the broadsheets pretty much report the facts. Like I said, it's only the columns that offer an opinion. I went through a phase for about a year of buying all the broadsheets a few times a week and seeing if there was any significant difference in what news stories they reported and how they reported them. Outside of the columns, that are supposed to be biased, I couldn't see any distinction.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:57, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:58, archived)
# On the other hand,
if you buy the Times you are helping to fund MySpace.

I can't remember why I hate William Rees-Mogg so much. He said something in his column once that offended me, but I can't remember what it was - but I remember being furious. Then he irritated me even more with his blanket statements about the new EU constitution - something about Ireland having been forced into it and their referendum being a joke, as if the Irish are all ignorant potato farmers who can't form an opinion of their own.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:59, archived)
# well
myspace is helping herald the end of the traditional grip of record labels on the music industry, so I'm not actually that fussed

but you're right, as social networking it's from the devil's arse
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:01, archived)
# I hate the music industry.
Not the record labels. Bands. They all seem to have opinions about things. Which is fine. We've all got opinions. But musicians and actors get to say their opinions on television and people take them seriously. Which isn't fine.

Record labels shitting on bands was the only thing that made it funny.
Don't cry for musicians; of the few who make it into the big leagues vast wealth and no small measure of influence will be theirs. There has to be some downside to the job, otherwise life just isn't fair.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:04, archived)
# I like the cut of your jib.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:11, archived)
# We've all got our cross to bear.
Just as you have to live with the stigma of being branded a homophobe, so they should have to just live with only getting 1p per CD sold.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:14, archived)
# Why does William Rees-Mogg anger you?
Oh you just said you can't remember, sorry. I was busy reading about him to find possible reasons. He's kind of pro-drugs, if that helps.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:08, archived)
#
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:09, archived)
# He's got a bloody annoying name
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:10, archived)
# Seems to be about the size of it.
Fair enough.

His daughter is called Annunziata.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:12, archived)
# Maybe that was what angered me.
No, no I don't think it was. Oh well. It's well established that I hate him now, so there's no going back.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:16, archived)
# The only newspaper I read is the Guardian Online.
And the only bit of it I read is Charlie Brooker's column.

I don't want any facts getting in the way of my opionions, thank you very much.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:53, archived)
# My parents read the Times.
I don't read enough papers to know where this places them on the political spectrum.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:53, archived)
# The Times is,
and always has been, right smack in the centre. No paper is without a political agenda, but the Times seems to have someone representing every political agenda there is, so it seems fair.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:55, archived)
# this is fairly accurate
even though it's Murdoch owned, it has an editorial committee and a whole host of contributors so he doesn't have his evil mits over it like he does his collection of red-topped comics
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:57, archived)
[challenge entry] I did Scunthorpe
but I don't get it :(

(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 17:59, archived)
# Haha
:)
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:00, archived)
# Heh Heh
BRILLIANT.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:04, archived)
# Cunhp?
I don't get it....
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:32, archived)
# Haahhaha
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:40, archived)
# Classic.
The old ones are the oldest.
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:05, archived)
# That happens once a day anyway by some "jovial" homosexual
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:15, archived)
# As a Lancastrian,
and a gay, I find this deeply offensive!
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:33, archived)
# In which role do you find it most offensive?
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 18:40, archived)
# Well
The sign at the other end of Canal Street actually has the letters painted off/over
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:07, archived)
# yay......... CHORTLE ST.
best of all the streets
(, Fri 16 Oct 2009, 19:23, archived)