I’m sorry for the poor quality of this video but I only decided to film this about three seconds after I got the great idea to blast Sarah Brightman’s “I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper” out my window at the Orange Walk on Duke Street yesterday…
Along with all of the other recent blows to the Catholic Church’s credibility, my own personal one will be out around Easter 2013 via my comic-strip. Al Cook’s “Necropolis”.
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I have a rare vinyl record of a stand up show by the psychopathically bitter and twisted Glaswegian comedian that is Jerry Sadowitz. The record is titled “Gobshite” and in that record Sadowitz talks about the late Jimmy Saville being a child abuser. This is hardly news to us these days except for the fact that SADOWITZ RECORDED THE SHOW IN 1987!
Jerry Sadowitz is (in)famous for removing every single trace of himself from Youtube (and afterall why not) but yesterday I happened to notice that he has created an account for himself and even uploaded a video (In November of last year) promoting one of his 2012 stand up shows!
As well as being dressed as Jimmy Saville AND playing the audio clip from his 1987 show you get the added bonus of Sadowitz using a clingfilm roll as a cigar!
Here’s hoping old Jerry uploads a whole lot more onto that Youtube channel of his in the future. Although,what with him being a complete cunt and all, he probably won’t. And after all, why should he.
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In THIS article, Herald columnist Catriona Stewart writes:
“For those shedding molten copper tears over their loss: name them.”
We don’t have to name them Catriona in the same way that we don’t have to know the names on every tombstone in the City’s Victorian graveyards or the names of the architects who designed each building.
BECAUSE IF THEY’RE LEFT WHERE THEY ARE WE CAN GO AND LOOK AT THEM WHENEVER WE FLAMING WELL PLEASE CAN’T WE!?
…But since you asked,
Rabbie Burns, Sir Walter Scott, James Watt, Robert Peel, Wullie Gladstone, Queen Victoria, Jimmy Oswald, Lord Clyde, Thomas Graham, Prince Albert, Tam Campbell, John Moore, some soldiers and those big Lions.