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Groping Jeremy Irons helps stupid woman find their own bottoms

SAYS Jeremy Irons in the Radio Times: “If a man puts his hands on a woman’s bottom, any woman worth her salt can deal with it. It’s communication.”

But what does it say, Jezza? To some primative minds it look like it says:

“I can put my hands on your primary sexual characteristics because I’m a man. If you can’t deal with it, then you are not a woman worth the investment. You are a gibbering wreck who probably can’t find your own arse with your own hands unless a man shows your the way. Now run along, love.”

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Posted: 21st, February 2013 | In: Celebrities | Comment


How the inconsistent rich and rewarded socialists want us to live

DAVID Thompson nails them:

For some, professions of egalitarianism and socialist belly fire are a kind of rhetorical chaff – a way to elevate oneself as More Compassionate Than Thou, while deflecting envy from below. (“Please don’t hate me for being richer than you. Look, over there – they have even more, or almost as much – let’s all hiss at them!”) Vicarious philanthropy – giving away freely other people’s earnings – is a remarkably effective ruse, so much so it seems to encourage a certain disregard for dissonance, as demonstrated, for example, by the Guardian’s editor Alan Rusbridger in this comical exchange with Piers Morgan. And by the Guardian’s imperious class warrior Polly Toynbee, whose rhetoric was contrasted with her actual lifestyle and was promptly reduced to indignant spluttering on national television. Similar obliviousness is also displayed by the millionaire actor Jeremy Irons, who denounces consumerism and asks, “How many clothes do people need?” All while owning no fewer than seven houses, one of which is a peach-coloured castle. No, you’re not allowed to laugh. Because his wife is also very Green and “deeply socialist.”

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Posted: 14th, January 2013 | In: Celebrities, Money | Comments (2)


Jeremy Irons Opens Al Gore’s Ark Overflow

AL Gore’s ark may not be big enough for all of us. Preference will be given to those of us with a valid degree. Good news is that Al Gore can call upon actor, skier, castle owner and star of electronic arts Jeremy Irons to help out:

The world is becoming so overpopulated that nature will one day wreak its revenge, claims Jeremy Irons, the actor.

Launching himself as a green campaigner, Irons has revealed plans to make a documentary about sustainability and waste disposal, likening himself to Michael Moore, the controversial film maker, although “not as silly”.

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Posted: 23rd, May 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (2)