Messianic Trees wrote:It's time for us oldies to take a stand!
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I really don't where to start with the first part of the article. There's also this:
I used to loathe Clarkson, now I feel I'm watching the final years of an endangered species. I almost feel sorry for the old codger — he's obviously fed up with the prospect of another five years of work at the politically correct BBC, when he's banked millions from overseas sales of his shows, books and DVDs.
Clarkson, like Rod Liddle and Kelvin MacKenzie, serves a useful purpose. The world would be drearier without them.
I don't know why, but I've always had the impression that Porter just automaticaly claims to hate certain men because she's playing the hard-line femimist, without actualy reading what these guys have said, or giving the situation any thought.
Now I'm not saying old pig-face Kelvin isn't worthy of hatred, as he clearly is. But as most people who saw Clarkson on The One Show will tell you, he just clearly made an ill-judged stupid comment, which once again was taken out of context by those who saw an opportunity.
She cannot be so stupid herself, unless she in fact didn't see the show either. There are some men she feels she must hate, even if they have on other occasions done some good things (like Clarkson and his documentary series).
Perhaps not the best way to describe my thoughts on that woman, but I do get the feeling it's often a case of knee-jerk man hating on her part.