April 06, 2011

Conclusive Evidence: 2 Billion Imbeciles Inhabit Earth

The proof is right here.

Personally, I'd rather watch a fire at an old folks home.

That, or stick pins in kittens eyes.

Just sayin'.

CR.

22 comments:

Steven UK said...

I'd rather watch re-runs of the Charles and Diana wedding.

Captain Ranty said...

NOOOOOO!!

That was even worse!

I'd rather club seals.

CR.

Woodsy42 said...

But you will watch it.
Unless you pluck out your eyes or find a hole in the ground it will be repeated ad nauseum on every Tv channel, all news broadcasts and numerous magazine programmes. So by definition you will be a watcher, nobody said all 2 million would be watching from choice!
But look on the bright side, the consummation doesn't have to be publically witnessed nowadays.

bruteforceandignorance said...

The bit that confuses me is that William & Kate don't seem to be related, thought that was the general criterion for these blue blooded traitors.


Beast.

Revolution Harry said...

Ha, as I was skipping through the list of 'resistors' in the side bar of my blog I went from your post to the one below.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/04/william-and-kates-interfaith-wedding.html

Should we be surprised?

Anonymous said...

I just can't believe that a country of people who constantly complain about freeloaders yet love these wankers.

Amusing Bunni said...

ha ha, No harming cute animals because of the twits! Just stick pins in troll dolls or something, CR.

Anonymous said...

You know one of my ancestors, 'bout six generations back, used to scrub steps at midnight.

That's right, she used to get down on her knees and scrub the marble steps of the well-to-do with carbolic. She'd do ten or fifteen houses a night, 1/2 a penny each house.

At 37 she died of old age. Her name was Thurza Rose.

Steve

F***W*T TW****R said...

I'm gonna crack one out when it's on the telly........

Revolution Harry said...

Apologies. On rereading the link it seems the 'interfaith wedding' was a 'joke' for purim courtesy of the Jewish Chronicle. Then again it could be just a bit of kite flying to gauge the reaction.

Blaize Burdon said...

It's incredible! I've heard people talking about it as if it's a wondrous event; shop keeper round the corner says she's getting red, white & blue bunting! I'm amazed (and annoyed) at how successful this deflection has been. What hope is there, that people will ever wake the feck up?

banned said...

I'll be watching a re-run of Dianas funeral, down the pub just like the first time.

richard said...

I might watch it, but only because Charlie Veitch say he plans to disrupt it.

Antipholus Papps said...

I worked in the recording studio where they recorded Candle In The Wind on the morning of Diana's funeral. The place was surrounded by goons. They're mobsters and never forget it.

JuliaM said...

Don't knock it, it's given us a free Bank Holiday!

Sue said...

I shan't be watching. I can't think of anything more depressing but saying that, it will be difficult to escape it on the TV.

I may switch to Spanish TV for a while or do some spring cleaning ;)

Anonymous said...

2 Billion will be watching just because the next day at work, someone's going to start the morning talking about it and probably be a quiz to see who all's a "team player" and did the same as "well everyone else watched it". I've missed so many "important" TV events the last several years. It's like living totally free of the propaganda once you just turn it on and don't bother looking at it anymore. That goes for radio, TV, definitely printed newspapers, magazines - I just no longer watch except for a few purely entertaining things I like and even that is at a bare minimum, a few hours a week, at most. I make a very bad consumer as a result and vote a completely nonconforming ballot come election time, on purpose.

Captain Ranty said...

I'll be in Nigeria.

Trouble is, they have their elections on the 26th and that will be the only thing on Nigerian TV.

I go to Cameroon first and will extend my trip there so that I miss the actual elections. A lot of people die during elections in Nigeria. They get a little violent about it all, for some reason. Of course, the wrong people die: it ought to be the politicians that get slaughtered.

It will be a little more exciting than this damn wedding, but only by a smidgeon.

CR.

Chuckles said...

Ranty, sounds like you are channeling the editor of The Transvalers' solitary comment on the 1947 Royal Visit to Johannesburg -

'The presence of certain visitors today will cause some dislocation to the traffic.'

Anonymous said...

I am only tuning in on the off chance of a riot. Or a streaker.

Magna Carta Society Blog said...

A little bird has told me that the PTB are being careful about which police constables they use at the wedding.

There is discontent amongst the ranks about redundancies and pay cuts and some sort of protest is planned.

Anonymous said...

I went cycling on the day of Diana's funeral (you know, to mark her descent into Hell to suck cocks for eternity).
It was lovely, the roads were empty. Two billion people want to fuck off out of my life for the day? Great. Wish they'd do that every day.