Stop the presses This is so serious. (From the Murdoch Press.)
Well, for one thing, thank goodness David Parker is watching Fox News, because he might learn something, as opposed to that lefty stuff he seems to be embroiled in normally.
Why we should use the Oxford comma
A direct quote from The Times newspaper, talking about a Peter Ustinov documentary and saying that:
“highlights of his global tour include encounters with Nelson Mandela, an 800-year-old demigod and a dildo collector”.
A new side to Nelson Mandela Or is it the Murdoch Press trying to sensationalize again? What have they learned from tapping Nelson Mandela’s phone?
The British can look forward to this today It’s all class at The Sun.
While most newspapers groups in Britain pay 30% or more in corporation tax, Murdoch’s News International (which since 1986 has made proﬁts of nearly £1bn (£979.4m) pays virtually nothing. Thanks to the adroit but quite legal way in which Murdoch’s accountants have transferred proﬁts and losses in his multinational company from one country to another, sometimes involving letterbox companies in offshore tax havens. It may be an embarrassing disclosure to both Murdoch and his new friend Tony Blair. It also explains how his BSkyB can afford to secure a virtual monopoly on all football matches played in Britain. And he can afford to wage a price war on weaker papers.
You just don’t understand the readers, do you, eh? He’s the bloke you see in the pub, a right old fascist, wants to send the wogs back, buy his poxy council house, he’s afraid of the unions, afraid of the Russians, hates the queers and the weirdoes and drug dealers.