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Jorian off the air after giving listeners a mental image of Julia’s bits

By johnboy - 14 June 2012 41

Everyone’s very excited, and even News Limited are running with comments made on 2CC this morning by the trouble-prone Jorian Gardner.

Mr Gardner said that on the breakfast show this morning he had been discussing lapel cameras for police.

He then suggested that Communications Minister Stephen Conroy should go into a cabinet meeting with a camera attached to his penis to video up the Prime Minister’s skirt.

“To see if she’s got any balls,” said Mr Gardner later.

When you consider station boss Peter Davidson was happy to re-broadcast Alan Jones incitement to the Cronulla riots he’s certainly got a funny approach to humour (Peter’s not shy about calling me up to give me a bollocking, once on Christmas Day, and I don’t even work for him).

On the other hand anything putting Senator Conroy’s tackle within view of the Prime Minister’s is something I’d prefer not to think about.

I asked Jorian if he planned to change his style and got this response:

No

I don’t plan to change my style

How is my sick joke worse than Alan Jones suggesting that we put gillard in a a sack take her tothe middle of the ocean and drop her in – thus killing her ?

A sick joke it might be

Threatening to kill the PM it is not

(Jorian prefers the Canberra Times report, and is back on air next Wednesday).

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poetix 9:41 pm 18 Jun 12

hermanmunster1 said :

Wow! Does every topic on the Riotact get this far away from the original subject?

I have never seen it happen before. Never.

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