Saw in the Daily Mail TV guide that at 1930 there is a programme about a former soldiers' trip back to the Falkland Islands in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the conflict. Its only on for 30 minutes and yet at 2100 is a "birthday extravaganza" for the bumbandit known as Reg Dwight (sorry Elton John) and it is on for an hour and a half. Guess a former soldiers' pilgrimage to pay his respects to his fallen comrades doesn't rank as worthy as a "celebration" for a short-arsed self-opinionated niceboy. :pissedoff:



outrageous - but not so unexpected in the cuurrent climate of celeb worship


Well, im afraid the media does not appreciate at times the situations the armed forces are placed in. If it is not about sex, death or crime they very rarerly publish anything else, (by the way all 3 can be seen on corrie).
What a sad state of affairs that the media have come to, especially when the death of a serviceman is seconded to a story about someone arrested about perigies (apoligies for spelling).