Tuesday, 21 February 2012
JD's Eye View 21st Feb
So the Greek economy has been bailed out again by the rest of the EU, this time to the tune of ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY BILLION (that’s £130,000,000,000).
Now I don’t condone violence in any shape or form whatsoever but am I the only one that is thinking “fuck it, let’s just blow that fucking island up” because surely in the long run it’s cheaper and more fun than bailing those Ouzo drinking, false God worshipping Bastards?
The question we need to ask ourselves is “will Greece/Greeks be missed?” this is after all the country that gave us – amongst other things – the Olympics, trial by jury, the thermometer and the tumbler lock, all good things you might think but Greece is also the country that gave us homosexuality, feta cheese, Stavros Flatley and Easy Jet. Now I’m no expert but I feel the Cons are outweighing the Pros here and maybe all Greece needs is a big mushroom shaped cloud enveloping them and all their problems will be solved. The only downside I can think of is that middle-class Brits would have to re-think their future holiday plans, but who gives a fuck about a load of grease-loving teachers?!
Tonight see’s the 32nd annual Brit Awards from The O2 Arena hosted - for a 3rd year - by everyone’s favourite cake eater James Corden.
Firstly I’d like to say commiserations to Jessie J who will narrowly miss out on this year’s Best Male award to the excellent Ed Sheeran. Ed is the best thing to happen to Gingers since hair dye and has produced countless best selling singles about crack-heads and heartache, some of which are actually enjoyable!
Finally, England have completed their ODI series whitewash of Pakistan.
Pakistan looked to be the team to beat following their 3-0 demolition (of England) in the recent test series, but Pakistan are never a team to 2nd guess, especially when their coach has his laptop open on Betfair’s cricket page, now my Urdu isn’t what it used to be but I could have sworn I saw Umar Gul mouth the words “4-0” from the stands and stick his thumb up to the rest of his team prior to the first match. Of course England deserves all the plaudits for beating a bunch of second rate, cheating sportsman from a backwards society and should be congratulated accordingly.