And about time too, nasty vile man, a poor mans chancer at bestmysty wrote: ↑Thu Jun 11, 2020 4:50 pmSuch a sad day, I hope it works out for him.
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He was just trying to please Trump.
A very dangerous. man who should not be getting so much time on TV and radio.
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, achieved by typing, without spaces, : - 1 :Aardvark wrote: ↑Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:54 pmI discovered him on LBC a while ago and couldn't bear to listen. He was clearly using the station as a platform for his own political agenda. Ferrari I used to like but I got fed up with him not letting anyone even finish a sentence, let alone finish making their point.
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"I am a man of fixed and unbending principles, the first of which is to be flexible at all times." - Everett Dirksen
I never neard him on there but did see a video of him being taken in by somebody winding him up on it once. Not really a surprise to me, not so much in Britain to my knowledge, but in certain other countries, US and Oz in particular the use of 'shock jocks' was well installed. I remember in Sydney many years ago a bloke on the local radio (2UE?) called John Laws was outrageous in the things he said which had the desired result of some pretty nasty exchanges, many of which would be illegal today because of racist and sexist language and abuse.