Monday, 28 September 2009

Gallery Sixty Eight

Thought For Today: or better put, Appeal For Today.

Will y'all stop getting giddy with excitement when the press prints a bit of something that wanders from the McCann party line, recognise it for what it is, a crumb.

An occasional crumb thrown out by editors and the fat controllers to keep the detractors quiet for another month or two.

You are being had over big style and it says as much about you as it does the press. Having been conditioned to reading so much shite for so long, the minute something unfavourable makes it to print you're all running round like virgins at a wedding.

There is a mountain of stuff they could print, but they don't; do they.

Don't look to the press to do the right thing or make a break in this case, it ain't going to happen.


Here's a fellow after my own heart and a bit of reading along the way for you.

Woman Convicted of Madeleine McCann Style Death!

UK - A mother was today jailed for six years for killing her 20-month-old son by drugging him with antidepressants to make him sleep.

The story is reminiscent of the what Kate and Gerry McCann were accused of doing to all of their three children. Which could well have resulted in the death of their 3 year old daughter Madeleine McCann, who disappeared on the 3rd May 2007 whilst left alone with her two younger siblings whilst her parents went out drinking all night. Her body has never been found.


The Bastard says:
Go on tell us where you hid the body please? and please tell us why it is so important that the body is not found.

The Bastard: search "McCann" for index of articles

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There is an update on Donal MacIntyre's case cracking revelations. Our good friend Dr Martin Roberts casts a somewhat critical eye over what super sleuth and ace crime reporter MacIntyre actually knows as opposed to what he thinks he knows.

I do have to admit to a certain amount of confusion, for reason no other than the article is so excruciatingly bad it has to be a piss take.


See article below this.