To be fair they probably followed it up about a week later with washout warnings.Antigherkin wrote:In April, didn't they have a front page story saying it would be the hottest summer since records began?
Or "we don't acutally know what's going to happen, but making up shit about the weather is cheaper than hiring real journalists to report actual news".mattomac wrote:To be fair they probably followed it up about a week later with washout warnings.Antigherkin wrote:In April, didn't they have a front page story saying it would be the hottest summer since records began?
They should just say........Summer will be mixed, it's Britain what do you expect.
MADELEINE: SHE COULD BE ALIVE
A SHOPKEEPER who insists she saw Madeleine McCann days after her abduction said yesterday the little girl “could still be alive”.
Anna Stam says she is haunted by the face “of the angelic child with the big sad eyes” who came into her shop near Amsterdam’s red light district.
Perhaps she bought some of those Black Jack sweets, although in these PC days they've probably been renamed 'Ethnic Minority Jacks', etc. etc.IanC wrote:Tomorrow will be about what she bought....
Dr. Seuss would be better.sven945 wrote:Now they're trying to do a blues song in front page headlines.
Yesterday's "I saw her on a tram", today's "I saw her on Monday".
Well deserved I thought.
Even if it's not true it's true.
Translation: I bullied my kids. And I show th[…]