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Re: On the Radio

Posted: Tue Dec 09, 2014 4:43 pm
by cycloon
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One case, but FUCK THE TORIES. FUCK THEM.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:09 am
by youngian
The problem with tuning into James O'Brien is that you catch the tail end of Nick Ferrari. This morning in between a rant about an early jail release of a paedophile, Ferrari and his demented callers air the pleasure they derive from beating naughty children and how the PC brigade wants to stop this essential liberty.

All you need to know
Thanks to @NickFerrariLBC and the @LBC team for my early Christmas present!
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Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:45 pm
by davidjay
James O'Brien providing hope for humanity again.

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Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 6:00 pm
by Abernathy
Anybody happen to catch "Any Fascists?" this afternoon?

Vintage stuff. The last caller was a bloke that thought the UK should urgently implement a programme of rounding up dodgy muslims and their neighbours and sending them to what he called "detention camps". No kidding. You could hear the appalled tone in the presenter's voice.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 6:15 pm
by Bones McCoy
Daley Mayle wrote:Pfft, what a po-faced lot you are. If it wasn't for this bunch of fine songsters then comedians from the 1970s wouldn't have been able to use their name as a euphemism or, indeed, come up with chuckletastic jokes where the punchline was, " 'You've got me' by the Dooleys ".
Imagine a world where acts like the Dooleys occupied every slot in the top 10.
We can't have that, and it's all the fault of Multiculturalism and Ken Livingstone.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 8:56 pm
by davidjay
Abernathy wrote:Anybody happen to catch "Any Fascists?" this afternoon?

Vintage stuff. The last caller was a bloke that thought the UK should urgently implement a programme of rounding up dodgy muslims and their neighbours and sending them to what he called "detention camps". No kidding. You could hear the appalled tone in the presenter's voice.
My neighbour's a Muslim and I don't like him very much. Does that make him dodgy and if so do I have to be rounded up as well?

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2015 9:33 pm
by Andy McDandy
Just been reading 'Perfidia' by James Ellroy. Makes the point that the Californian internment of Japanese-heritage citizens was partially motivated by asset-grabbing. In effect, they paid in seized property for their own imprisonment.

Besides, any student of the Troubles will tell you why mass internment is a really bad idea.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 8:48 am
by ezinra
The kosher market killer converted while he was in prison; the brothers who massacred the Charlie Hébdo staff seem to have been radicalised while they were in prison, and it's certainly where they made contact with the people who would smuggle them into Syria.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 9:05 am
by Andy McDandy
Quite.

Round up all people of a given demographic, and you'll grab a handful of troublemakers and a huge number of innocent people. Then shove them all into a prison where, even with the best will in the world, quality of life, facilities, food etc will suck. The troublemakers will have a massive captive audience to work on, and a genuine sense of injustice to play off. So when people are eventually released, they will have a cause and a grudge, and possibly some new skills.

Sicily in the forties, Ireland in the seventies - when will these people learn?

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Sun Jan 11, 2015 9:12 am
by youngian
Abernathy wrote:Anybody happen to catch "Any Fascists?" this afternoon?

Vintage stuff. The last caller was a bloke that thought the UK should urgently implement a programme of rounding up dodgy muslims and their neighbours and sending them to what he called "detention camps". No kidding. You could hear the appalled tone in the presenter's voice.
She was being at bit too BBC for her own good in not calling that moonbat. Any Answers is for posher sounding nutters, like a Screwdriver concert in Ambridge.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:28 pm
by mojojojo
Andy McDandy wrote:Just been reading 'Perfidia' by James Ellroy. Makes the point that the Californian internment of Japanese-heritage citizens was partially motivated by asset-grabbing. In effect, they paid in seized property for their own imprisonment.

Besides, any student of the Troubles will tell you why mass internment is a really bad idea.
So don't release any of them. Mind you, it'll cost money to keep them imprisoned. Here's a thought then...

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:37 pm
by Kreuzberger
youngian wrote:
Abernathy wrote:Anybody happen to catch "Any Fascists?" this afternoon?

Vintage stuff. The last caller was a bloke that thought the UK should urgently implement a programme of rounding up dodgy muslims and their neighbours and sending them to what he called "detention camps". No kidding. You could hear the appalled tone in the presenter's voice.
She was being at bit too BBC for her own good in not calling that moonbat. Any Answers is for posher sounding nutters, like a Screwdriver concert in Ambridge.
Apart from having a very fulsome chuckle at the Screwdriver/Ambridge simile, I did catch that on Saturday.

The guy was absolutely insane but you'll wait a long time before you hear Anita Anand get torn in. She is too much of a Head Girl who was brung up to speak nice and not answer back.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:45 pm
by Killer Whale
Kreuzberger wrote: The guy was absolutely insane but you'll wait a long time before you hear Anita Anand get torn in. She is too much of a Head Girl who was brung up to speak nice and not answer back.
I've been unable to listen to Any Answers since she's been presenting it. It just feels so amateurish and lacking in the self-confidence to stand up for itself. How ironic that it should be upstaged by down-market, commercial local broadcaster LBC.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 3:54 pm
by Daley Mayle
Kreuzberger wrote:
youngian wrote:
Abernathy wrote:Anybody happen to catch "Any Fascists?" this afternoon?

Vintage stuff. The last caller was a bloke that thought the UK should urgently implement a programme of rounding up dodgy muslims and their neighbours and sending them to what he called "detention camps". No kidding. You could hear the appalled tone in the presenter's voice.
She was being at bit too BBC for her own good in not calling that moonbat. Any Answers is for posher sounding nutters, like a Screwdriver concert in Ambridge.
Apart from having a very fulsome chuckle at the Screwdriver/Ambridge simile, I did catch that on Saturday.

The guy was absolutely insane but you'll wait a long time before you hear Anita Anand get torn in. She is too much of a Head Girl who was brung up to speak nice and not answer back.

Yes she was polite but she pulled up a couple of batshit callers and encouraged them explain fully what they meant and the more they talked the more they hung themselves with their own words. In my opinion that's the way to treat such people.

Generally I don't like her as a presenter as she is a bit wet, her little grunts she makes as she listens to a caller are annoying and she does tend to put words in the caller's mouth. There's a guy called Julian (I think) who sometimes stands in for her who is much better.

Re: On the Radio

Posted: Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:02 am
by Picklechu2
Julian Worricker?