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It's a bit quiet out there

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If you took away the US bombings stuff, it's damnably quiet on the news front.  It's so bad that the Telegraph's top-front page section has one story of the US bombings, a crass critique of Prince Charles' artistic efforts, a story about smacking being OK if the kid is loved and a story about it being hard being devilishly handsome.

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If you took away the US bombings stuff, it's damnably quiet on the news front.  It's so bad that the Telegraph's top-front page section has one story of the US bombings, a crass critique of Prince Charles' artistic efforts, a story about smacking being OK if the kid is loved and a story about it being hard being devilishly handsome.

 

Presumably, Craig, you have some empathy with the last story.

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Presumably, Craig, you have some empathy with the last story.

It is a chore, I need pepper spray to keep the women away some days.

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If you took away the US bombings stuff, it's damnably quiet on the news front.  It's so bad that the Telegraph's top-front page section has one story of the US bombings, a crass critique of Prince Charles' artistic efforts, a story about smacking being OK if the kid is loved and a story about it being hard being devilishly handsome.

 

 

Rubbish, Bradford's Telegraph and Argus is always at the cutting edge of British journalism.

 

http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/10358366.Family_s_hunt_for_lost_dog_goes_on_after_a_year/?ref=ms

 

Oh, and to be fair, it is hard being devilishly handsome.

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It is a chore, I need pepper spray to keep the women away some days.

 

Or a Scottish pound note.

 

That seems to act as a forceshield to repel feminine interest.

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Or a Scottish pound note.

 

That seems to act as a forceshield to repel feminine interest.

It worked with that barmaid, didn't it?

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You're all a bunch of Samantha Brick's.

Cockney rhyming slang? ;)

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Cockney rhyming slang? ;)

It's what us well good comedians for call a "two-fer".

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