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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Oldboy, Mar 25, 2015.
where is my dunce hat.
ok... its Thursday somewhere
But the time difference remains constant from then to now regardless of the time zone, so technically it's still a day short.
Then again, THIS thread is about Clarkson getting sacked, so it isn't reopening an old topic that was previously closed...
I can't think of an American equivalent but the Canadian one (arguably minus the 'funny ' part) would be Don Cherry.
thanks guys, but I'll have to throw myself on the mercy of the mods on this one
Did you even click the link that Skub posted?
Here it is again
have another go
Of course I read it, but there might be a bit of wiggle room here. We're only a day short on the fortnight thing, so that is up to the moderator's discretion.
Why people get so worked up about the activities of a television personality is beyond me. Big freaking deal-I've got real-life problems of my own to worry about.
A good way to get a thread closed is to have a meta discussion about thread closures.
Just keep on-topic and within the rules and I'm happy to let this thread continue. (Though I can't promise all the mods agree with me on that)
Fair point, I actually didnt see the post about the ban for the next Clarkson thread,but fair point
I'd be more inclined to say the Canadian equivalent is Jian Gohmeshi. Once a respected presenter turns our to be a violent tosser.
Yeah...we are a pretentious lot.
I like the Beatles and the Queen...does that count?
We in the mitten think of Canada as the upper U.P. !
Plus - though I have eaten it before (alcohol...) poutine is nasty stuff...
I always liked TG, too bad Clarkson was indeed the ape that Hammond always called him. I wonder if he punched the other fellow in his gentlemen's vegetables?
The two parter they had in Burma last year (?) was stunningly beautiful. Really excellent production.
The producer went to A&E with a split lip...
Some of the more recent specials felt a bit too formulaic, but the earlier ones were pretty cool. I liked the Vietnam one a lot.
A & E the network or is that some kind of lager lout patch-up shop - oh, sorry, shoppe - you fellers have in a truck along the road , er... lorry along the motorway ...?
Accident & Emergency - what you would call the emergency room.
Ahhh...take me to the dum-dum ward...
man, I never knew there were people like this on the TDPRI - on both sides of the Atlantic.
It's spelled: "STUART"
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