Clowns & Jokers

Stuck in the middle.... Left, right, centre. It's a mess out there.

Friday, August 25, 2006

There's a definite Friday drinks theme to this post.

Steve (Pub Philosopher) has written a great piece for The Sharpener

“Until you stop the bombing, gassing, imprisonment and torture of my people we will not stop this fight.”

His people? Khan was born in Leeds and his parents were from Pakistan. What made him decide that Iraqis, Afghans and Palestinians were his people?


Ohhhh for Crying Out Loud indeed. The comments are funny too.

"but you see, there are only losers, mainly innocent Lebanese civilians"

And someone should buy Drinking from Home a beer for successfully getting under the media's thick skin

Plus

All Your Fakes Belong to Us


6 Comments:

At Sunday, 27 August, 2006, Blogger associatecontributor1 said...

When you have lefties constantly telling Muslims that they are victims of America, or the West in general their behaviour is actually understandable. Muslims are permitted to act like spoiled children and when they are punished for their outbursts the Left once agains steps up to assure them they aren't to blame.

 
At Tuesday, 29 August, 2006, Blogger associatecontributor1 said...

Man alison your contributing another blog. I was gonna ask you to jump ship to TDL.

 
At Wednesday, 30 August, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

The Left lets everyone act like spoiled children and noone is ever to blame. All these so called voicepieces for muslims such as CAIR etc know exactly how to manipulate this. The media should stop giving them a platform to talk sh1t.

Yeah i should post about the other blog. & As for TDL...I...Oh youre not serious obviously so now im not sure how to respond!

Also how comes you spell behaviour with a u?

 
At Wednesday, 30 August, 2006, Blogger associatecontributor1 said...

I really wasn't kidding all that much, The List Administrator is going to be posting on a very limited basis and we're going to be light on content. I think you're a very good writer and would make a good foreign contributor.

Our blogs obviously have very different styles so we could just give it a test run if you'd like. I think a little dry British wit would class up the joint.

 
At Friday, 01 September, 2006, Anonymous alison said...

Sounds fun..having a mad week but will be in touch then..i like that.. ' foreign correspondent'...lol. Shit, ill need to try and be witty then.

 
At Friday, 01 September, 2006, Blogger associatecontributor1 said...

One of my many email accounts: tdlnews@gmail.com

 

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