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  • Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Starkey and Galloway on the same program. Pity Jowell and whoever else is on. If they are going to be that stupid they should have added Farrage, Prescott and Hitchens. What would an appropriate collective noun be?

    An argument of panelists
    A pain….
    A noise….
    A chauvinism…

    QT bingo -a drink for every time someone thinks speaking louder makes the point better. Double points for each straw man, discounted if it’s Galloway. Too obvious that one. Starkey to remind everyone that he is gay 38 mins into the recording.

    jekkyl
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    Quentin Tarantino? on the bbc 😯 they are mad. Whats he directing? Eastenders?! that’d be cool. 😐

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    They could add him for some added spice,

    10:30ish bbc 1

    Premier Icon the-muffin-man
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    If they are going to be that stupid they should have added Farrage, Prescott and Hitchens.

    …and Will Self and Russell Brand!

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Yep delete Prescott as he is not embarassing enough. Self is quite restrained these days, so for the full house of horrors sub Russell for Prescott.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Gove. Just so the others can stick the boot in, for sport…

    AdamW
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    Has there not been legal representation from Farage yet about him not being on?

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    12m in and the first example and accusation of shouting – Starkey on galloway!!!

    And only 13m (damn) for Starkey to remind us that he is gay.

    “Complete toss” bellows Galloway!!!!

    deadlydarcy
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    I believe it was “…reactionary toss…” which, tbf, it was. And it wasn’t bellowed. A bit of a misrepresentative post from you thm. Care to correct yourself?

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    starkey grinding my gears already,

    im off to bed

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Ok reactionary toss.

    Still the decibel level is much higher from two and they want to dominate as usual.

    DD needs to get a grip of the debate. There are other (better?) members on the panel and that was my point. Thank god, there’s only the two of them!!!!

    deadlydarcy
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    I’m fine thanks thm, not feeling like I’ve lost my grip at all.

    gwaelod
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    Is there any point in Question Time anymore?

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Wow, some ego!?! DD is the guy on the tele – he’s the one who needs to get a grip obviously!! Sorry to disappoint deadly.

    deadlydarcy
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    Yeah, I hadn’t realised that was what you meant thm. I really did think you were talking about me.

    (Not everyone has your ego y’know πŸ™‚ )

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Well one was clearly exposed wasn’t it…….?

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    At least the relevant dd finally told Starkey to behave. He is worse than normal.

    tomkerton
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    Galloway is full of soundbites and nonsense.

    Starkey has made an arse of himself tonight too.

    gordimhor
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    What a rude and arrogant boor Starkey is . Needs to remember the audience are paying him before he insults them. The BBC should drop him,from QT anyway.

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Anne Wolf was the best but drowned out by the two bellows. Poor editorial work there IMO. Agree gordi, Starkey worse than ever.

    robdixon
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    Generally a pretty painful programme to watch but I did like Starkey’s response to the lady who thought giving the Police the right to strike wouldn’t be something that could have any negative consequences – he basically repeated her gurn back to her and said something like

    is that what counts for debate and thinking in the UK now?”

    fuzzhead
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    The Tory guy was a bit of a stooge – struggling hard to defend Boris going back on his pre-election promise even through DD pulled out the exact quote.

    Starkey is a muppet – he’s a caricature nowadays.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Starkey’s a shitehawk, any program getting him on is just admitting “we want people to shout at the telly”. They’ll be pleased, he delivered.

    Junkyard
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    Indeed starkey is Clarkson with a better vocabulary,

    Premier Icon verses
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    I did like Starkey’s response to the lady who thought giving the Police the right to strike wouldn’t be something that could have any negative consequences – he basically repeated her gurn back to her and said something like

    “is that what counts for debate and thinking in the UK now?”

    To me it seemed to be one of the more unpleasant things he came out with. She had a split second to react to a question and rather than giving her any time to elaborate he cut in with a childish playground retort.
    Unlike the panel, she was a “normal” person, not someone paid to have a line ready for every question thrown at her.

    Mr Woppit
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    Oh, I rather like Professor “History Is All About Royalty”. His waspish venom taking on the consensus of the day head on, is always amusing – he probably wouldn’t join any club that would be prepared to admit him.

    And…

    Starkey to remind us that he is gay.

    “Complete toss” bellows Galloway

    😯 πŸ˜€

    Junkyard
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    So whoppit likes reactionary types who make their points in an totally unreasonable/rude way…..who could have guessed πŸ˜‰

    rusty90
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    The Tory guy was a bit of a stooge

    Tory Boy was embarrassingly useless. ‘Minister for Skillz’ or something. Although I loathe the guy, watching Galloway effortlessly put him down was quite entertaining. As evenly matched as Julian Clary vs Mike Tyson.

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Agree verses, that mocking was deeply unpleasant. Imagine being in a tutorial with him?

    NW, should delivered be over-delivered!?! Although, in the middle, or should I say the end, he did make one valid point about the bollocks of positive discrimination when selecting MPs. Jowell was as lost as the Tory guy defending Boris!

    Mr Woppit
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    Junkyard – lazarus
    So whoppit likes reactionary types who make their points in an totally unreasonable/rude way…..who could have guessed

    Yes, let’s not be tedious, eh, Junk. I said I found him entertaining, I didn’t say I agreed with him (which you MAY have deduced by my comic version of his name)…

    But then you were probably too busy trying to clamber, infantile-like, on to your dull little soap box to notice.

    Junkyard
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    Forgive me I forgot about your humour bypass/blindspot to your posting style, which you demonstrated so well with that reply.

    Mr Woppit
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    Fish. Line. Hooked.

    AdamW
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    It’s a shame that people aren’t up for proper discussion but want fighting and silly games. I initially thought ‘The Moral Maze’ might be enlightening but it is the same thing with nastier people!

    Mr Woppit
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    It’s a shame that people aren’t up for proper discussion but want fighting and silly games.

    Oh, I agree old boy. I don’t think these unasked-for challenges should go unanswered, mind.

    All in the best possible taste, of course. πŸ˜€

    Junkyard
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    so on a chat forum someone replied to you and you claim a win πŸ˜•

    you are either the awesomes or deeply tragic…its a tough call this one πŸ˜›

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