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Crying for Saddam on the front page of the CT

By johnboy 7 November 2006 25

Well Done Canberra Times!

Not only have you done away with the local news section of your website. Not only have you filled up the paltry news page with stories about monkeys.

But you’ve also inflicted more Guardian Independent drivel on us courtesy of the dishonest and conflicted Robert Fisk (the man who declared that US forces must be lost because they couldn’t possibly be in Baghdad airport so quickly during the invasion).

Yes, terrible that Saddam’s going to swing. Bloody awful. Lucky nothing at all of any note happened in Canberra yesterday.

Incidentally, fans of Fisk can get his stuff online long before the CT has it on their doorstep.

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Mr Evil 4:32 pm 08 Nov 06

I think they should lock Saddam in a small air tight room and then pump in a bit of his favourite nerve gas.

simto 3:55 pm 08 Nov 06

I suspect his invite may have been lost in the mail…

smokey2 3:48 pm 08 Nov 06

Stanhope seems to have caught on to the save Sadam bandwagon,21985,20722364-5005961,00.html

Pity he doesn’t comment on what he did at the water summit yesterday or wasn’t he invited?

CouldExpire 9:00 am 08 Nov 06

I think I would have preferred my arm to bitten

Thumper 8:58 am 08 Nov 06

A cow once stood on my foot and broke my big toe.

it would have been hilarious except it hurt so much. I was trying push this cow off me but couldn’t move it so I started punching it in the stomach/ side but it was like punching a big hard balloon.

Finally the cow must have decided it had stood in the one spot for long enough and moved whilst I collapsed in a heap with a mashed toe!

Cow 1, Thumper nil.

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