“I could talk to you forever”

Richard Bacon to Marcus Brigstocke, R5L 28 Jan.

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9 Responses to Luvvies

  1. Terminal says:

    It’s one big leftie love-fest:

    From Shitstocke’s twitter

    I’m talking to @richardpbacon about God Collar run at Vaudeville this afternoon. Should be a laugh – he’s a funny man. Hope I feel better…3:25 AM Jan 28th from TweetDeck


  2. Grant says:

    Love’s young dream……….  So romantic  !


  3. Martin says:

    I commented on this the other day after I heard them talking, it was pathetic. I feel like sending Bacon a jar of Vaseline for him and  Pigstock to share along with a map showing the location of the bogs on Hampstead Heath.


  4. Martin says:

    If you want to hear the romantic two smooze love for each other go here.

    Go about 1 hour 14 minutes in (to avoid the real love in and catch the end). Be warned you need a barf bag handy.


  5. liamhemmings says:

    Maybe posh boy Marcus can get Bacon to go fag his copy of Socialist Worker for him. 


  6. Martin says:

    Only Fox News has been reporting for some time now that it looks like the Terror trials for Kalid Shake my dick and co will now NOT be held in New York. Yet another failure for Barry, but will the BBC tell us that? Of course not, the BBC will say it’s those pesky Republicans again, yet many Democrats are not keen on these trials either.

    AS Glenn Beck pointed out last night, how can Barry accuse the Republicans of blocking his agenda when he has the White House and the Democrats have huge majorities in the Senate and Congress?

    As Beck pointed out the Democrats have 59 Senators, they only need 51 to pass legislation.

    The BBC meanwhile spins the lie that the Republicans are out to block everything (Mark Mardell), just how then Mardell?

    The TRUTH is many moderate Democrats are fed up with Barry and his left wing agenda.


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      The Republicans can stop things from coming to a vote in the Senate if they have the filibuster, which is the whole point of the Scott Brown victory.  The House can work around obstacles, and Pelosi has pulled a couple fast ones to do just that on her Socialist Health Care bill.

      A big problem now with the BBC’s reporting is that they simply won’t admit that the public is turning against it in a real way, not because we are heartless conservative Obama-haters but because it’s a really bad bill, being shoved through undemocratically at a really bad time.  The BBC will not report that this bill will not in fact save money but will make costs even worse, and they will not report the real complaints.

      Sure, they’ll say that Republicans say this will cost more, but the Beeboids won’t ever let you hear anyone explain how or why it will.  All you know is that there’s a partisan objection, full stop, which the BBC thinks is “balance”.

      The Beeboids – as was clear even from Naughtie’s behavior yesterday – approach the US health care issue from the perspective that the NHS and a system of Socialized medicine is better, and that the US simply must pass “health care reform”.  Whether or not this is the case, it’s pure bias from the BBC to report this way.


  7. Asuka Langley Soryu says:

    They’ll have all the time in the world to chat when they’re both signing on. Faggots.


  8. Martin says:

    Anyone else feel the BBC have for some reason gone really soft on Blair today? Peter Allen on Radio 5 kept calling Blair the Prime Minister rather than former (perhaps wishful thinking), the Tories have been attacked all day for being part of the decision to go to war (Hmm and there’s me thinking they lost the elections in 97 and 2001) Prime minister.

    Now far be it for me to suggest a BBC conspiracy but could it be that the BBC and Mong have got together and the BBC have agreed to go soft on Blair and the mong will now give his evidence early. The BBC will probably keep running the lie that it was the fault of the Tories (several text messages, callers and comments on Radio 5 today kept reinforcing the “it was the fault of the Tories”) and so when Mong gives his evidence he will get an easy ride.

    Considering how anti war the BBC were, you get the impression from today they supported the war. Utterly amazing.