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[Oct. 6th, 2008|09:59 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
I've just watched Dispatches: The Hidden World of Lap Dancing. It was a hard hitting look at the world of, well, lap dancing. With lots of secret camera footage of tits. Although I'm still not sure what I think of lap dancing clubs - I've never been to one, and don't really want to, but I don't know if I think they're such a bad thing they shouldn't be allowed - it's helped shore up some of my opinions on Channel 4.

Oh god. Now I've seen a trailer for Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong, and I want to kill Channel 4.
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[User Picture]From: several_bees
2008-10-06 09:13 pm (UTC)
I've just watched a history of mathematics on BBC4, and though it doubtless had fewer tits than your show it almost certainly had more mathematicians standing on giant flying CGI pyramids.

Although I'm still not sure what I think of mathematics - I've never been a mathematician, and don't really want to, but I don't know if they're such a bad thing they shouldn't be allowed - it did include the line "equations which remain true TO THIS DAY".
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From: mooism
2008-10-06 11:06 pm (UTC)
Mathematicians standing on giant flying CGI pyramids is exactly the sort of thing that puts me off watching TV programmes about mathematics. I bet the lap dancing programme didn't have people standing on giant CGI laps.
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