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In Topic: Anyone Else Getting P*ssed Off

Yesterday, 19:40

About the amount of times BBC reporters and ex athletes mentioning about how there constantly surprised that the Scots are cheering on all athletes, 'including the English ones'


One did say "but of course the crowd isn't just made up of Scots" :unsure:

In Topic: Commonwealth Games Experiences

28 July 2014 - 06:18 PM

I think the BBC have done a good job of keeping their coverage as 'un-political' as possible.



Oh really - what about Lineker "Best of Both Worlds" (you are not going to tell me that wasn't deliberate) and Hoy - ohh opps I said Yes, can't have that!

In Topic: Commonwealth Games Experiences

28 July 2014 - 03:47 PM



It's British coverage so Britain is going to get mentioned, though its probably planned to give uberNats heart attacks thus increase the chance of a no vote winning.


Britain isn't competeing that is the point. And no answer to my point about Hoy then?

In Topic: Commonwealth Games Experiences

28 July 2014 - 01:03 PM


No they're not.




I take it you have selective deafness whenever Britain or British is mentioned? And why the Union flag on the cyclists helmets.


Another interesting issue was Chris Hoy getting all flustered when he inadvertently said Yes. :unsure:

In Topic: Paula Radcliffe

28 July 2014 - 07:29 AM



That doesn't make her likeable or interesting. I am not saying what she did wasn't impressive because it was.