52 thoughts on “Never Mind The Answers

  1. Mr. T.

    Gutter Scum Sky moralizing about ‘bad’ language yet uses hyperbole, thinly veiled racism and suggestion on a regular basis to push right wing agendas.

      1. Formerly known as @ireland.com

        Interesting. I am surprised only a few thousand have seen that video.

        I can see that Bob and Bono have been manipulated by the politicians to make it look like lots has been done. I think Bob’s rubbish statements about Scottish independence show that he is a lackey of the establishment.

  2. Mr. T.

    “Do they know it’s Christmas time at all?”

    No probably not as most of the people in Sierra Leone for example are in fact Muslim.

    1. Mani

      That would be a hilarious joke if this were 1984 and you were in a working man’s club in the north of England.

      1. ahyeah

        The rule is that if you wait 30 years you can throw up an old joke and we all pretend it’s a witty, novel insight.

  3. Banotti

    I’m torn here. I was getting ready for some Geldof hate and whilst I still indulged myself, the setup and the comic timing on his last reply was beautiful.

  4. Mikeyfex

    It is an exasperating question though. He could be doing feck all.

    I watched it this morning out of interest. Ellie Goulding irritates me.

  5. My Daddy is bigger than Yours

    he’s a likeable chap isn’t he. I think I’ll listen to him when he gets on his soapbox about politics, taxes etc

  6. bagpuss55

    you see, now, an experienced interviewer like Kay Burley would have handled that situation much better

    1. delacaravanio

      How so? That’s his schtick. He’s been effing and blinding in interviews for years. He went on there intending to do it because it creates attention.

      See also: Michael O’Leary.

  7. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Bob lost me when he told the Scots to stay in the union. He railed against nationalism, surrounded by the symbol of British nationalism, the union jack.

    He had an opportunity to show he was not part of the establishment, instead, he proved he was the establishment.

    A bloke who benefited from growing up in an independent Ireland, telling Scottish people that they should stay under London’s control. If he was unlucky enough to have been born in Derry/Belfast/Glasgow, he would not have had the opportunities that he had.

    That action has tainted my views on him. It makes me think it is all self serving.
    I love Sinead O’Çonnor, but I can’t see how she got to be on this version of the song. There must be hundreds of artists that are more popular. She is Bob’s mate, so that helps.

    Bollocks was judged not to be a rude word, about 35 years ago.

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