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This entry was posted on Friday, August 17th, 2012 @ 2:26 pm on the category british politics, life in britain, newspapers, sport.
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I fine piece. I think it vindicates everything you’ve ever said.
It’s all a matter of #whywhytheolympicsmeansweshouldsupportmypoliticsmeansthatweshouldsupportmypolitics
quite; hopefully enough commentary pieces will be written reflecting on other commentary pieces that someone can critique them. Eventually the hashtag will be longer than the twitter character count, and then we’d have to stop.
I thought all the Olympics commentary vindicated my favourite theme that people who don’t actually know anything about sport shouldn’t be invited to comment on it for the newspapers.
I’m with ejh, but adding that people in the media who don’t like sport or know anything about it shouldn’t be allowed to bask in the reflected glory of successful sportspeople.
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