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2009/07/18 23:31:59 (permalink)

The Guardian

What's wrong with it?
 
genuinely want to know as I don't read papers often but have read this in the past and it doesn't jump out at me as being political correctness gone mad or any of the other sh1t I read on here any more than other other rag I've read.
 
So....is it just a few on here who consider themselves below this newspaper and loads more have jumped on that train to appear 'in'
 
or
 
Is it just a sack of sh1t like any other rag oiut there?
 
or
 
.......?

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    Sheeps_Clothing
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:38:29 (permalink)
    I quite like it John. Some good commentary and interesting pieces. Big fan of the Observer too.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:38:45 (permalink)
    There is no liberal media.  There is no left or right.

    One day, you might find enlightenment.  Perhaps after a snort of amyl and some hamster play.

    Here.. read some Zucconi...

    http://stefzucconi.blogspot.com/
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:40:10 (permalink)
    Yohimbe

    One day, you might find enlightenment.  Perhaps after a snort of amyl and some hamster play.



    You're really working that homophobic streak this weekend, arentcha?

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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:41:44 (permalink)
    You dont mess about Yohimbe eh?
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:47:26 (permalink)
    He can get nasty when he's threatened.

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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:52:45 (permalink)
    Does Yohimbe post outside of general?
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/18 23:58:30 (permalink)
    Yohimbe your a bell chop do us all a favour and keep stum unless you have something constructive to say.


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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 00:00:22 (permalink)
    ^ lol.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 00:05:43 (permalink)
    badboy007

    Does Yohimbe post outside of general?


    Does Yohimbe work out?


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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 00:13:25 (permalink)
    Must be all the creatine he's injecting...
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 00:25:23 (permalink)
    Rosc0PColtrane

    Must be all the creatine he's injecting...


    He takes creatine?.....that crazy juiced up nutter!





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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 01:21:19 (permalink)
    All media these days is a load of toss, just write whatever needs be to sell em!

    The thing i hate about the Daily Mail is that all of the stories within seem to follow along the lines of the opinion the writer is giving you as rather than just reporting the facts!

    UTTER CR@P!





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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 01:51:35 (permalink)
    F.cuk me this thread is a bit silly
      
      
      
     
    post edited by Neb - 2009/07/19 10:08:09
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 01:55:47 (permalink)
    I was near walking in to talk about the film just on BCC1 tonight...glad I read the OP's post this time lol.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 02:03:31 (permalink)
    I dislike the amount of 'comment' in the Guardian.

    I just want news, not someone's self important take on the news.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 04:07:12 (permalink)
    From an online point of view, its superb. The football and sports coverage is also fantastic, very very good.

    I have no doubt it also has some sort of agenda, but I find it pretty good to read.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 05:13:53 (permalink)
    It is worth buying The Guardian on a tuesday just for the jobs supplement.

    If your goal in life is to be a 'Transgender community outreach worker' then that's the paper for you.Along with all other pointless politically correct jobs on obscene salary's.

    Vote Labour!!.
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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 05:58:26 (permalink)
    Neb

    F.cuk me this thread is lame

    F.uck me, using the term "lame", outside of the USA, is "lame".



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    Re:The Guardian 2009/07/19 06:51:35 (permalink)
    I think this is the one paper that I've never liked and it's probably mainly due to the people I used to know that read it when I worked in education. Usually it was people with high opinion of themselves and life in general who would always want their voices heard. NOt saying it's applicable to all readers but certainly the ones I knew.
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