Thursday, February 05, 2009

Panic on the streets!

It's well documented here how much I hate GMTV. I don't know why I do it to myself but still there I am, sitting up in bed seething while some no-mark reporter is live from the streets of Chesterfield working everyone up into a frenzy because the local authority is running out of grit.

So that's the latest TV panic. No salted or gritted roads. To add to the misery of no shops, no trains, no tubes, no banks, no money, no schools open, no cure for any illness, Terry Pratchett's Alzheimer's, the execrable Minder remake with Shane Richie (and you know my thoughts on him, too), no future.

I'm convinced the media have engineered the credit crunch. It's all Eamonn Holmes' fault, the fat cunt. Without widespread scaremongering we might all be doing okay, but it's fuelled by rumour and suspicion.

I really don't like the world very much at the moment. Do you?


Helen said...

It's all driving me mad, bloody media, stupid twats!
To top it all, I've got a stinking cold and cannot breathe through my nose. Am going back to bed!

Matthew Rudd said...

You really should stop watching GMTV. It'll be the death of you.

office pest said...

Nice one. Though not on GMTV, but driving the scaremongering bandwagon you missed out Satan's Coachman himself, the Dark Lord who is Count Vaderbert Pestonacula.

Wonder if Eamon walked to work in the snow? He could do with the exercise, the porky shit.

Roman Empress said...

I watched GMTV this morning in bed. It truly is the nadir of life but not quite as soul destroying as watching Carol McGiffin lust over a builder cum stripper.
P.s Eamonn Holmes is indeed a porky testicle who's far too earnest for the fuckwit-lite fashion/shite tv that he does.

David said...

I'm with Matthew. If you don't like it, don't watch it.

Clair said...

I can't have ITV AND the internet on in the bedroom at the same time, so it's BBC Breakfast all the way for me, lovely. I don't like the look of that new girl at all.

Five-Centres said...

The new girl is awful.

And David, if I didn't watch it, what would I have to write about?

Matthew Rudd said...

David, I didn't quite put it as harshly as that!

Ishouldbeworking said...

I'm happy to go along with your Eamon Holmes' theory. Let's get him!