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16th, January Arsenal

Transfer Balls: Arsenal sign Schneiderlin who wants to play for Manchester United

Transfer Balls: Can it be true? Have Arsenal signed Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin?... More »

16th, January NSFW

Japan: women licking doorknobs is a fetish

Niche... More »

16th, January News

Free Speech: Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, Liam Stacey and Charlie Hebdo are all victims of thought censors

What percentage of terrorists attack in Europe are perpetuated by Islamists?... More »

16th, January Sports

Floyd Mayweather opens his 'toy world

This week on the Instagram Beat, boxer suprmere Floyd Mayweather was showcasing off his chattles... More »

16th, January Strange But True

'Man Tries To Have Sex With Post Box' Is Nothing Safe?

Two thoughts, well three: 1. He tried to shag an inanimate box with a hole in it? And failed!... More »

16th, January News

Robert Crumb on Charlie Hebdo: God according to Mohamid Bakshi

Robert Crumb has repsonded to the Mohammed Charlie Hebdo cover story. And Crumb knows all there is to know about religion. He wrote the Bible... More »

16th, January Arsenal

Transfer Balls: Arsenal sign Ryan Shawcross, Grzegorz Krychowiak and it's 65

Arsenal Transfer Balls: To date, the media has liubnked the Gunners to - get this - 62 footballers. Arsenal are going mad in the January sales. And it does not end there. No way. There are even more players heading to the Emirates... More »

15th, January News

Pope Francis V Jesus Hebdo: The 'other cheek' is a clenched fist

Pope Francis has a few words on free speech and the murder of journalists, police and Jews in Paris... More »

15th, January Key Posts

Free Speech: The Sun finds a 'dark-skinned' capitalist sellling Charlie Hebdo magazines in Gloucestershire

The Sun is cheering for free speech. It is cheering for Ila Aghera, the "defiant" shopkeeper selling copies of Charlie Hebdo magazine to the many French speaskers and peopls who can say "Jew Suis Charlie" in her area. The Sun loves her... More »

15th, January Politicians

Burnham's Moral Rhetoric: Vote Labour to stop Tony The Tiger abusing your children

Remember when fat meant jolly and thin was mean? Well, it's over. Now fat is sign of failure: yours and your parents' grinding failure.... More »

15th, January TV & Radio

Free Speech: Sky News recoils in face of Charlie Hebdo cover

Live on Sky News we have free speech campaigner Caroline Fourest. She's astounded that Sky won't show the subject of their story: the cover of Charlie Hebdo... More »

15th, January News 2

Free speech means defending the racist: Dieudonné must be innocent

Oh, the irony: the racist French entertainer Dieudonné ius the subject of a criminal investigation into something he wrote on Facebook... More »

15th, January Arsenal

Transfer Balls: Arsenal buy Ilkay Gundogan and Mats Hummels for £43m more than they have

Transfer Balls: The BBC has stella news for Arsenal fans... More »

15th, January Chelsea

Transfer Balls: Manchester City CAN Get Messi, Chelsea can't but Manchester United could

Transfer Balls: Manchester City are buying Lionel Messi. Well, sort of. The Sun leads with news that City "CAN"get Messi... More »

15th, January News

Bristol University Student Union bans Charlie Hebdo for being 'unsafe'

You can have Paris. But you free speech fundamentalists can never have Bristol University campus. The local Student Union’s “Safe Space” policy forbids free speech lest it fuddle a student's mindsand makes them confront ideas they don't like... More »

15th, January Royal Family 1

Sarah Ferguson name drops Imperial College to get Americans to swallow her crap

Sarah, Duchess of York, is on NBC's the Today Show talking about herself. She tells viewers of her work as ambassador for the Institute of Global Health Improvement at Imperial College London.... More »

14th, January In Pictures

Wonderful photos of the world’s most stylish theatres

n Reflections: Theatres, the world's most beautiful theatres are laid out in a book.... More »

14th, January Politicians

The Pub Landlord is standing against Nigel Farage in South Thanet at the general election

Can you spot the joke? More »

14th, January Books

How To Get A Husband: An 1880 guide to spotting a man

How To Get A Husband - a guide for woman in the 1880s... More »

14th, January The Consumer

Great ads: Bedworld will 'ship this bed'

'Ship this bed!' More »

14th, January News 2

Free Speech: New York Times Charlie Hebdo cowardice shames its fight to expose a secret history of the Vietnam War

The New York Times did not publish the latest Charlie Hebdo cover: Larry Buchanan spots this letter in the NYT.... More »

14th, January Sports 1

Spurs Transfer Balls: Delph, Rabiot, Benteke and a 'new Messi' lead the charge

Spurs Transfer Balls: so who are Tottenham buying this January Transfer Window? We've looked through the mainstream media for insight into which footballers at heading to The Lane. It turns out ther are loads of them. Grab the scattergun.... More »

14th, January Arsenal

Arsenal Transfer Balls: Perin, Gomis and Moreno arrive

Transfer Balls - Arsenal: To date Arsenal have been linked to - get this - 59 players. Not by some small websites. The mainstream media has said Arsenal are buying players in batches. And there are more... More »

14th, January Celebrities

A day in the life of Philippe Starck: the square oyster omelette and sex in a white truffle

A day in the life of Philippe Starck, as told to the Times... More »

14th, January Key Posts

Drop your #JeSuisCharlie sign: the free speech fundamentalists demand it

If you support campus speech codes, ban debate, participated in a campaign to get a TV or radio show off the air, drop your #JeSuisCharlie sign. More »