Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Wallowing with joy at the misery of others

Only a mother could love this creature, Bernie Ecclestone, the person behind Melbourne's Grand Prix. He cost us $43 million with his event here last year. Who knows what it will be next year.

Oh look, he was attacked and robbed. What a shame. Bet he wished he hadn't said this a month or so earlier.

"You have to remember we have a lot of problems in England, Oxford Street and places, and in New York people get mugged," he said.

"They look for victims, they look for people who are a little bit slow and simple, but the people who look a bit bright, they never go after them."

We can only hope Baills puts a stop this Grand Prick nonsense.

6 comments:

  1. I suspect he was thinking of the State Govt when he was talking about 'slow and simple'.
    Now he knows how the average Vic taxpayer feels each Easter.

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  2. he is so phenomenally rich yet still looks like a garden gnome.
    bwah ha.
    What is the point of us enduring those shit lightglobes and not using plastic bags when every 14 days a GP race spews TONNES of evil pollution into the atmosphere in 40 different ways.
    repulsive little oik with napoleon syndrome. fk him.

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  3. Plus he made some money out of the mugging http://creativecriminals.com/print/hublot-bernie-ecclestone/

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  4. That's what happens when you get judgemental; your words come back to haunt you.

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  5. he is known for his infamous remark "women should wear all-white clothes to match all the other domestic appliances".

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  6. He must have a right old laugh at us Jayne.

    Ann, I agree about energy use. Houses don't use anything compared to industries, planes and cars etc.

    Yuk Scott. Nothing wrong with old people, but some are ugly from the inside.

    We need to remind ourselves of that at times Victor.

    Not something I would say among strangers Em Stacks, but it is a bit funny.

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