Will the mugs/masses fall for murdoch's new & totally unexpected twist following his buying of the domain names 2 days prior to announcing the closure of the notw?
Course they will. The people who buy the Sun don't care how they got the news, they just want tits and gossip. Awful newspaper, makes my head run slowly if I ever have a read of it.
which bit makes them mugs? everyone knew it would be opened as sun on sunday once it had all died down. People know what the paper was up to - if they buy the sun on sunday it just shows they don't care, as tits and football are more important to them.
[x] Love tits and football
[x] Hate Murdoch
Well i/my family will buy it, always buy the sun and always bought the notw, doesn't make me a mug or that i've fell for anything, it's just the paper i prefer and always will.
These sort of threads really make me sick - people calling others mugs because of a newspaper,what pious and sanctimonious crap.
I've always bought the Sun, no shame in that. I also read the Telegraph if I want something a little more in depth. The broadsheets are just as bad as the tabloids, just they don't want to admit it. It doesn't make you a better person because of what paper you choose to read....
I can't be arsed with newspapers, when you spend as much time as some as of us do in front of a PC monitor there's very rarely 'news' in them anyway.
The Telegraph crossword is good though.
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You can get all the tits and football you'll ever need on the internet for free* so I don't really see the point of the Sun.
*though Murdoch is currently doing his best to change that
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