Please enjoy the following exquisite moment of
BBC humbuggery in the current OT:-
How can an organisation so full of gays and dykes beimpartial?
Well as a rule of thumb being gay doesn’t actually impact onmy reporting on peregrine falcons or windfarms. But you know, it’s a struggle obviously.
There again David, I’m sure being homosexual didn’t do youany harm in getting a job at the
BBC,what with its huge imbalance in the number of homosexuals who work there, whichI’m sure has nothing to do with discrimination. ‘Hideously homosexual’? Forfend.
It didn’t do any harm (but then why should it?) or any goodI would have thought. I guess whenlooking for a
BBC science reportermy PhD and body of work carried more weight. Do you think I should wear a tighter shirt for my next interview?
Well, as someone pointed out, it seems he already hasdone. From David Gregory’s
Atthe same time he was getting more and more freelance work for BBC Radio 5Live,until shameless flirting in a job interview secured David his first full timejob as 5 Live’s Science Specialist.
Let’s hope this isn’t pulled before it goes live on B-
One must give David Gregory his due though, unlike Dez/Scotthe does manage to express his views here in support of his employer the
BBC with some grace and intelligence, and isn’tknown to have the hots for any genocidal anti-Semitic terrorists.
H/t to David Preiser for the ‘spot’, who no doubt would wantit stressed that he doesn’t want this post to lead to any bigoted commentsagainst homosexuals in general.