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Member Name: clumsy1974
Date: 28/03/01, updated on 28/03/01 (11 review reads)
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I have to own up. I have been buying the Sun this past week. Why? Well I quite like Alton Towers, and they are doing a two for one voucher deal. Cheapskate huh? Well yes, of course I am. I certainly would not bother buying this tabloid sized toilet roll on a normal week.
Out of curiosity I decided to read what passes for news, and found it quite effortless. I was delighted to hear that William Hague is in fact the messiah reborn, and is a true breath of fresh air. It is in fact the rest of the Tory party that has forgotten we live in a country full of successful working women, single mums, Asians, blacks and gays - their words not mine. William is one of us, and knows what we want. Apparently.
I was so amazed by this insight into the mind of the next Prime Minister *snigger* that I decided to read on. I was pleased to hear that Fregie has banned her children from asking for ketchup at the royal dining table. Delighted to know that this week is cleavage week, and over the moon to find that those political heavy weights at News International believe it is spot on to call a general election on May 3rd.
You may have guessed that I am not exactly a member of the Tory party, and I was not particularly impressed with the Sun. I guess it is OK for a lighthearted read, but why oh why do they call it a newspaper? Anyone who is a regular reader of the Sun, and may be a bit biased towards the right of the house, why not have a go at the Times? If you are not too political, try the Independent. Seriously, they have funny stories in there too, and you might even learn something,