The Impact Audio Bulletin.

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Hazel Gavican, of Impact, writes:

We think your readers may be interested in our (relatively) new audio bulletin.

We just posted our fifth episode (above) today. It features news on politics, current affairs and industrial relations.

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  1. Charger Salmons

    It’s late.
    Waaaaaaay past their bedtime late.
    But in draughty bedsits and bedrooms of their parents’ home all across the land the bum-slappers are gearing up for one last surge.
    They’re tired after sitting in front of their PCs all day wearing nothing but their underpants and eating cold baked beans straight from the can.
    But they accept their lot as foot-soldiers in the war.Brave internet warriors all of them.
    They know they’re cannon-fodder,called upon to yap like inquisitive meerkats when someone with an IQ slightly higher than their vast belt size like Listrade comes along.
    ” Ooooh,yes,yes,yes, ” they simper when someone strings a posts longer than their usual ” hah,Brits are losing and Arlene Foster’s a fuppin’ cow ” posts.
    But stay up late they will.Till 10ish at least.
    Waiting for De Wednesday papers.
    Can’t go to the labba without posting at least one comment on De Wednesday Papers.
    Then it’s up tomorrow to rinse and repeat.
    No real lives but great comfort being able to high-five other anonymous people on the internet.
    And beans.They really love their cold baked beans from the tin.
    In draughty bedsits and bedrooms of their parents’ home all across the land.

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      1. Brother Barnabas

        Yeah.

        This is what six hours in the foetal position under his duvet, thumping his little fists into the pillow – half whimpering, half sobbing, “Fupp Nigel, fupp Listrade” – has given us.

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    1. Twunt

      You aren’t mentioning the GFA anymore. I suppose you not mentioning it is a tacit admission of defeat on that topic.

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      1. Brother Barnabas

        he’s had (if I can borrow Mildred’s line) his ass handed to him on at least six different topics of late. on each occasion, just like now, his eventual retort (slow coming, albeit) has been a childish diatribe, ignoring the issue altogether – sound and fury, zero substance.

        will he learn? doesn’t seem to have the grace or the intelligence.

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        1. Twunt

          He’s a bit like Bernard Manning, once it was considered funny, now people grow tired, yet he persists with his routine. It is a little sad to watch him labor on.

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          1. Bertie Blenkinsop

            I know it’s a difficult sell but Manning was actually very witty and funny at times, it’s a shame that he was also a horrible racist.

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