I see one of the segments of the RightMinds Centipede has written a defence of "Jezza":Clarkson: Long live bad taste
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... taste.html
Some people will throw up their hands in horror when they hear outrageous outbursts from the likes of Jeremy Clarkson, but others will find them a great gust of fresh air blowing through the foetid atmosphere of the politically correct.
Isn't it odd that "outrageous outbursts" from right wing cunts like Clarkson or Littlejohn are some how a breath of "fresh air", yet if someone on the left had said something similar about the government or the royal family, say, they'd be up in arms about it?
Also, I suspect reading MailOnline may have started to damage my intelect, but I'm not sure I understand what he's getting at here:
For instance, whenever the broadcasters take it upon themselves to tackle a tricky subject, like abortion or rape, on Coronation Street or a similar show it is always done 'sensitively', or in good taste.
Actresses who have to disrobe or take part in sexual romps on screen invariably feign initial reluctance and say they will only do it if it is 'tastefully' done or intrinsic to the plot. Wild horses would not drag me to a cinema showing 'tasteful' films.
If I, for instance, was accused of having good taste I would be forced to ponder on where I had gone wrong.