- Mon Feb 16, 2015 11:57 am #403283
I have a theory that Rusty has never seen the book, let alone read it.
The Red Arrow is currently appearing in 'A fine, upstanding member' at The Nottingham Playhouse.
wiliwonka, neverland, Antarctica, 3 hours ago
What is their problem...JK Rowling Encouraged by the BBC .The writer claiming to have struggled in life and needed the support of the BENEFIT SYSTEM when in fact she had a very privileged upbringing, Both she and the LABOUR supporting BBC are HYPOCRITES of the worst kind...This club of DO AS I SAY NOT AS I DO so called SOCIALISTS love and enjoy the lifestyles that real ordinary working people can dream of...How many of them are prepared to give up their MILLIONS OF POUNDS they get paid in salaries,to the real needy in society...THE ONES THEY CON AND EXPLOIT......"NONE OF THEM"
East End, England, United Kingdom, 11 hours ago
Cast the BBC a adrift , make them pay for themselves. Tax payers should no longer support them
.In book form, The Casual Vacancy’s lefty politics irritated some – the Daily Mail’s Jan Moir called it “500 pages of relentless socialist manifesto”. On screen, however, these characters are too well rounded to be dismissed as mere mouthpieces. Partly that’s down to the cast. Kinnear, Gambon and Keeley Hawes are all as good as ever, but The Casual Vacancy’s teenagers are also impressive, particularly Abigail Lawrie as worldly-wise Krystal Weedon, a sort of sink-estate Hermione.
The Casual Vacancy does better than either Broadchurch or Fortitude at wrangling a large ensemble into a coherent story. The structure was already there in Rowling’s book, but director Jonny Campbell deserve credit for scenes that cleverly established character with a wordless economy. When, for instance, the snobby Mollisons arrived at the manor house, they are ushered from room to room by Lord Sweetlove before being deposited out the backdoor once more. Their snubbing is a deft reminder of where the power really lies
http://zelo-street.blogspot.co.uk/2015/ ... again.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Because within the domain of the legendarily foul mouthed Paul Dacre, kicking Ms Rowling’s work is obligatory. Ever since the Vagina Monologue’s attack doggies libelled her and she then took them to the cleaners, the Daily Mail has been in a mardy sulk. And so it was that Glenda Cattia Maxima Jan Moir was dispatched over the top...
...That’s why all the other reviews range between positive and glowing. This is a puerile hatchet job from a paper that can’t abide successful women.
Dacre should have retired when he turned 65. And so should some of his Glendas.
Author JK Rowling has been "fully vindicated and her reputation restored" following the Daily Mail's apology for alleging she wrote a "sob story" containing false claims about her time as a single mother, the High Court has heard.
A judge was told that the publisher of the Daily Mail has accepted the allegations were "completely false and indefensible", published an apology and undertaken not to repeat them.
Associated Newspapers has also agreed to pay the creator of Harry Potter substantial damages, which she is donating to charity, and to contribute to her legal costs, said her lawyer.
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