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That Olympics legacy: a ‘smoke and mirrors approach’ to Olympic ticket sales

by | 27th, February 2013

THE Olympics Legacy: 

The London 2012 organising committee has been criticised for a “smoke and mirrors approach” to Olympic ticket sales after figures revealed a significant number were obtained by VIPs rather than the public and some were not distributed evenly across individual price bands.

Golly, Gosh. Isn’t that shocking?

So we’ve had a generation of politicians and bureaucrats getting to spend untold oodles of other peoples’ money on a “national extravaganza”. Actually some £20 billion oodles of other peoples’ money.

And when it comes time for everyone to actually go along and see this extravaganza, paid for with the peoples’ money, we find that the politicians and the bureaucrats get all the good seats?

No, really, who would have thought that the cunts would do that to us, eh?

It’s like finding that in a communist system the Regional Party Secretary gets to eat filet steak and the workers get the sausages made of lips and arseholes. Just so astonishing as to be completely unthinkable, eh?



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