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November 19, 2008
December 08, 2006
Well, as if we didn’t know it already, it’s been proven that broadcasters are better than newspaper journalists.
It’s always been clear from the quality of questioning in lectures, just as it’s been clear from the circulation figures, but today’s…
of Cardiff’s newspaper journalists by the broadcasters goes to prove that we are indeed, the best.
Special praise should – I’m told (I was on a trek to Aberystwyth and back) – go to Paul “The Rock” Martin and Martin “Toe-In” Jones. And to the weather for putting on a fantastic display of hail.
It’s childish, but we’re already planning to rub salt into the wounds with rugby, snooker and badminton tournaments just to prove our
April 07, 2006
Ladies and gentlemen, I present this week's Imbecile of the Week, a new feature inspired by the first entrant into this hallowed hall of idiocy…
Mr Pollard writes for the Daily
Royalist Mail, as well as in his blog
One such entry rails against the blatant lies spread by the Guardian over a story in Israel. Mr Pollard's point is that the Guardian (who he suggests lie about Israel on a regular basis) must be lying because what they say is contradicted by a Pro-Israeli newspaper. Now I'm not pretending that I know which is correct. But clearly Mr Pollard has no more reason to believe the Israeli newspaper than he does the Guardian, other than his own bias.
Another entry, which appeared in the Mail, explains how it is almost impossible to overstate the chaos which has engulfed the Labour party. But you can bet he'll try.
Another entry details why editors shouldn't be allowed to edit...
Oh, and he thinks McDonalds is one of the greatest achievements of mankind
According to his biography he went from being Research Director at the (left-wing) Fabian Society to Chief Leader Writer on the Daily Express… Quite an impressive u-turn.
Do send me your nominations for Imbecile of the Week. I have a nasty feeling the Daily Mail may be revisited again soon…