Poll: Why was CGS a no-show on BBC1?

Why was CGS a no-show on BBC1?

  • He overslept

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • He realised it would clash with going to church

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • He couldn't be arrsed

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • He decided it was all too sensitive at the moment, and pulled out

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    0
#1
CGS was due to be interviewed on the Andrew Marr Show on BBC1 on 19 Jul, but he didn't turn up. Why do arrsers think that might be?

Don
 
#2
The Septics wouldn't lend him a helicopter?

MsG
 
#3
Maybe Mandy ordered him to take a walk in the woods?
 
#4
Sorry - I've lost the option that said "Tin-foil hats on - he was gagged". Or was I gagged?

Anyone know how to edit the poll options?

Don
 
#5
The BBC is a creature of New Labour so I wouldn't discount a bit of collusion to keep him off air. Alternatively he may have withdrawn himself from the interview. If so that does not fit with the current pattern of his media campaign, so maybe he has received a commitment behind the scenes and is satisfied he has achieved his objective?

/wishful thinking
 
#6
He forgot that he was on duty every Sunday until he retires? (Extras from Jock S) :lol:

P-T
 
#9
SkiCarver said:
spike7451 said:
Maybe Broon & co ordered him not to appear,if he did he'd be sacked.That's the low ball you'd expect from Broon & co.
Wot e sed.
Ditto...and Ditto
 
#11
I think you'll find he was too busy writing Private Golden's latest testimonial.
 

the_boy_syrup

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#13
Well the BBC website is still reporting he going to turn up with a nice picture of him

BBC said:
Andrew Marr talks to General Sir Richard Dannatt, on problems facing the British Army in Afghanistan

His other guests are Alan Johnson MP, Home Secretary; George Osborne MP, Shadow Chancellor; Jane Moore, columnist, The Sun; and Baroness Helena Kennedy, lawyer and Labour Peer.

Off course they don't need his opinion
Theres a nice collection of arm chair generals waiting to tell us how it should be done
Why listen to a man whose spent the most part of his life in the Forces when a couple of Journo's can sort it for you ?

Didn't some one once say (George Washington I think)
I'm suprised I won the war since all the best generals seem to be newspaper editors
 
#14
He got shit-faced down the bop last night,swamped his trollies,banged out a couple of gobby junior ministers and then was sick down some horrors sweaty cleavage.Word has it he is on jankers until he retires.

Either that or he found a better use of his sunday morning than talking to a jug eared NuLabour doormat.
 

Auld-Yin

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#15
Busy adding a new chapter to his memoirs following the events of the last week :D
 
#16
insert-coin-here said:
He got shit-faced last night down the bop last night,swamped his trollies,banged out a couple of gobby junior ministers and then was sick down some horrors sweaty cleavage.Word has it he is on jankers until he retires.

Either that or he found a better use of his sunday morning than talking to a jug eared NuLabour doormat.
Ahem!, you were there then, funny I didn,t see you
 
#19
Manley said:
SkiCarver said:
spike7451 said:
Maybe Broon & co ordered him not to appear,if he did he'd be sacked.That's the low ball you'd expect from Broon & co.
Wot e sed.
Ditto...and Ditto
Oh I don't think so because-

a) Even Cyclops wouldn't be that stupid, given the current groundswell of opinion. The tidal wave of outrage would surely swamp the tiny little piece of driftwood that the 'so-called' Government are clinging to as they bob aimlessly on the heaving seas of impending electotral destruction.

b) Given his clear moral approach and demonstrable integrity do you really think CGS would be deterred by the feeble witterings or threats of a bunch of reprehensible and utterly corrupt buffoons?
 
#20
I heard he was balls deep in some tart from Nuts Mag.
 

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