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||[Jun. 16th, 2008|10:03 am]
Listen in, listen Ian!
1I am going to an event at ExCel in July - I'm going to see a Squeeze gig there. As it seems to be arranged as part of The Motor Show, my ticket includes admission to the show that day. I have no real interest in the subject of cars - they're nothing more to me than a tool, and I probably wouldn't go to The Hammer Show either. Having the ticket though, I feel I should go and have a look - would I be likely to be diverted at all? Would there be an opportunity to punch Jeremy Clarkson in his smug fvcking face?|
Incidentally, how has Jeremy Clarkson got away with being called Jeremy for all these years? Now, I should point out that I personally have nothing against people called Jeremy, but there is a type of person who seems to have a problem with that name, and Jeremy Clarkson is entirely that type of person. Therefore, should people not be continually reminding him of his name? One of the best things American sports fans do is the way they get on a player's back - they just repeat their name at them in a drone, like the Mets' fans' "Laaaarrryyyyyy" chant at redneck Atlanta Braves third baseman 'Chipper' Jones. I think that every time anyone sees Jeremy Clarkson, they should shout "Jeeeerrrreeeemmmmmyyyyy" at him. Just to remind him, like.