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Dizzy vs Recess Monkey vs some LD bloke

My fellow blogger, and 'real world' mate, Dizzy is on 18 Doughty Street tonight, taking on Alex 'Recess Monkey / Labour Home' Hilton and some LD called Stephen Tall. Given that the Dalemeister and the lower primate do not seem to be the best of friends at the moment, it promises to a rather good transmission. It kicks off at nine.

As we all must surely know, Dizz runs one of the great blogs of our time, and we can look forward to him debating in his tenacious, spirited and logical fashion. I can't think of anyone better to be fighting the blue team's corner, and I'm counting on two KOs well before the final round.

To adapt that great Canadian John Diefenbaker, "My friends, you say, 'Give 'em hell, Dizzy!' I never do that. I tell the truth and it sounds like hell. It simply sounds that way to the [others]".
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Blogger Praguetory said... 9:37 pm

I didn't see the very start, but Dale was fairly impartial. Stephen Tall was witty and fairly well-informed. For all his faults you have to admit that Hilton is self-confident. The woman didn't bring much to the party. In fact the whole session was a little disjointed.

Phil came across as a fairly reasonable guy, but Iain did cut off a few times which didn't do him any favours. Re hospitals I wish Phil had pointed out that Tory seats are the ones with growing populations which made the closure distribution even more anomalous and re Sion Simon I'm surprised nobody pointed out that the story blew up because the man came across as a aggressive lunatic on Sky and BBC.  



Anonymous Suttonian aggro-loon said... 9:35 am

On behalf of aggressive lunatics, I object to this latest discriminatory, agressivelunaticophobic remark against us.

^Has the Croydonian a view on next month's Manx election? I hadn't till last night, BBC-info had something about a new party, Liberal Vannin. I see from Wikipeed that there are (today) 18 indies & 6 "partisans". Is this enough for us electoral nerds?  



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