- Dec 28, 2008
Wow, the Daily Mail...
They need to do something properly outrageous, like buy as many Morris Marinas as they can, set them on fire and then drive over all of them in a tank, with Jezza standing in the turret like Rommel and doing the Hitler moustache.
He has been hailed as a hero of political incorrectness and derided as deeply offensive, but during his long career on Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson has been anything but dull.
In the 21 years since he first appeared on the BBC motoring show, the TV presenter and Sunday Times columnist has raised the ire of the Poles, the Germans, the residents of Norfolk, prostitute welfare organisations, gay rights groups and environmentalists to name but a few.
On occasion, the 49-year-old has apologised after whipping up storms of protest, but mostly he has stood firm, arguing for the right to express his opinions and make jokes without fear of being gagged.
People like that tend to crop up in the letters page of the Daily Fail, usually signing off bile-filled missives of rage as 'Outraged of Essex'.i feel like theres a good number of biritish people that live their life ready to get offended on the behalf of anyone and about everything.
i feel like theres a good number of biritish people that live their life ready to get offended on the behalf of anyone and about everything.
Has anyone yet spotted the irony in these whingers trying to gag someone for making a joke about a regime that prevented free speech?
Not really. What do you mean by "a regime"?
Using a racist term for Gypsies and Travellers is not funny ? it reinforces stereotypes and has serious political effects
No.are they in danger of becoming a fair and balanced paper