Friday, 14 November 2014


FEDERER vs MURRAY 6-0, 6-1 

"At the end I was happy I didn't win the second to last game to be quite honest."
Ouch! Delicious.

Uh, duh, duh, duh, duh.....If Scotland was independent duh...duh...this wouldn't have happened....duh....duh....where's m'Mum, I want m'Mum.

At a meeting of the SNP, outgoing leader, Mr Alec Effigy,

 reminded a crowd of stunted and malformed, adoring tribesman that Andy Murray, was, after all,  a British player and the British are shite. Anyone who says that this loser is Scottish is quite simply scaremongering, it's what we expect, now, all the time, scaremongering and Project Fear. Next they'll be saying that we lost the referendum.

Alec Effigy weighs twenty stones.


Mike said...

We have your PM down here spouting bollocks and trying to curtail freedom of speech:

IS today, Mr I tomorrow.

call me ishmael said...

Seems he didn't go down too well with your neighbours, mr mike, from the comments I have read, at your prompting. He is a cheeky cunt,lecturing the world, just like Blair but it seems that many in Australia have a better grasp of British history than does its prime minister, and a sharper view of the future, as in:


The crisis has been manufactured in order to bring in draconian surveillance laws.

The US knew about ISIS a long time ago. Even our government knew about it. Nothings being done because it serves a purpose. In this case it is most certainly being used to bring in data retention laws.

Truth is, they already retain the data but beyond the ISP end.

By enshrining data retention in law, it allows the courts to go after people doing nothing more than downloading a TV show. It also allows foreign interests to issue individuals with copyright infringement notices.

Today, they may want to ban ISIS propaganda. Next it will be the newspapers they don't agree with.

Then, finally, it will be you.

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Mike said...

Exactly, Mr I. They are currently trying to retrofit the law. Everyone knows that they have been retaining data - illegally (same in UK and US).

But now they want to widen its use, and therefore need to legitimise it.

Its getting a rough ride down here.

It will happen, same as the EU arrest warrant. Bit by bit the bastards are closing in.

Anonymous said...

Having concluded that all markets and all sporting events are 'fixed' I was of the opinion that our 'government' ably abetted by the spooks needed a boost for the government, and of course UK incorporated.
So Murray "won" Wimbledon.
He's no longer needed especially as he didn't fall into line over Scotland.


call me ishmael said...

Well, that may be right, mr baron, nothing would surprise me, not when you consider Formula One and THIEFA and the Premier League but I'm just happy to see this wretched fuck-up of a man get a right good humbling at the hands of a better player and I guess a nicer person. The only thing about Federer which annoys me is his blatant commercialism, but that's just modern sport; he is a great player and conducts himself graciously; Murray is all the unfortunate aspects of Jock in one package, bitter, manic, coarse and at war with himself. Federer showed him too much kindess, should have spanked his spoiled arse, beating him 6-0, 6-0.

Anonymous said...

Federer stands out for me, as a man who can lose graciously and be respectful in victory.

Jock mongs and nancy-boy footballers would do well to emulate him.

subrosa said...

You’ve mocked my favourite tennis player . The boy dun good you know, the boy dun good. It just wisnae his nicht.

call me ishmael said...

I am sure that global success demands a good measure of self-obsession from all who attain it, ms subrosa, but Murray and his pushy Mum concern me as much as did McEnroe and his pushy Pop and the monomania of both may well have provided entertainment but they have done nothing for public decency - who is it, now, reminds me of McEnroe, refusing to accept a result, tantruming and querying the rules by which they agreed to play, spluttering like an angry wee fart?

I can think of no-one in our politics as able, as gracious, as exemplary as is M'sieu Federer, more's the pity, North or South.

Good to hear from you, too.