political commentator * author * publisher * bookseller * radio presenter * blogger * Conservative candidate * former lobbyist * Jack Russell owner * West Ham United fanatic * Email iain AT iaindale DOT com
let's hope not, he is a dreary commentator. I prefer journalist analysis to ex-sportsmen; they are too keen to defend their mates.
The difference between Newcastle United and The Labour Party?After relegation Newcastle may well be in the top flight again before 2020The difference between Gordon Brown and Alan Shearer?After they lose, Alan Shearer is still welcome on Tyneside.The difference between Newcastle United and The Labour Party?Newcastle have no determined attackersThe difference between Alan Shearer and Gordon Brown?Shearer knows for definite he won't be the leader come June.The difference between Newcastle United and The Labour Party?Mathematically, its still not yet all over for Newcastle
Gordon Brown on the beach finds a bottle. When he opens it a genie pops out and thanks him for being freed. He offers Brown one wish.Brown shows him a map pf the world and asks for world peace - no wars or famine.The genie complains that he is not a miracle worker and to think again.Brown asks that Labour will win the next general election.The genie asks to see the map again.
What's the difference between the labour and a bucket of shit?The bucket.
Altogether now..``Going down going down going down, going down.goooing down..... As for Newcastle I think they`ll stay up..
The best joke of the day, as LA has posted on his blog, was Legolands dig at the PM with "Browns removals" at the back of number 10. Brilliant.
Shearer has to be the dullest man around. He really gives Michael Owen a run for his money in the yawn stakes.Still, he holds my attention more than Gordon Brown.
coming here from the Hitchens thread I remembered this. You have to watch to the end to get the funniest line.
Well, there we are, after the Spurs v WHU game discussing who is going to get the 7th place in the league and the final Europa League spot when some bright spark suggests Aston Villa.
Post a Comment