Matty, you lying bastard...

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Two Dog » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 06:27:45


http://SportToday.org/

  Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

  Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
***ing Intelligence agents...

  Two Dogs

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Mive5 » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 07:06:37

Two Dogs,

Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and omitted
for november test)?
He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
immature as a ***ager.
i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life has
been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide afterwards,
back at paris)

turn the page Two dogs,

Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to bite

bye



Quote:
> http://SportToday.org/

>  Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

>  Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> ***ing Intelligence agents...

>  Two Dogs


 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Klitt » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 07:19:59

Quote:

> Two Dogs,

> Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and omitted
> for november test)?
> He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
> immature as a ***ager.
> i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life has
> been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide afterwards,
> back at paris)

> turn the page Two dogs,

> Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to bite

> bye

I agree with you completely. He was a silly little sod and was
embarrassed by the whole thing. His penance is done.

As for heads of state apologising - what a load of ***ing bollox.

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Simon S- » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 07:36:21


Quote:

>> Two Dogs,

>> Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and
>> omitted
>> for november test)?
>> He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
>> immature as a ***ager.
>> i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life
>> has
>> been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide
>> afterwards,
>> back at paris)

>> turn the page Two dogs,

>> Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to
>> bite

>> bye

> I agree with you completely. He was a silly little sod and was
> embarrassed by the whole thing. His penance is done.

> As for heads of state apologising - what a load of ***ing bollox.

When you play for an international side you are an ambassador for your
country. Bastareauds claims painted NZ in a bad light, and I'm sure many
Kiwis thought the apology was owed.
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by French » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 07:39:41


Quote:
> http://SportToday.org/

> ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

Quote:
> ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> ***ing Intelligence agents...

Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor :
http://SportToday.org/
and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
"begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
I'm afraid.
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by caspar milquetoas » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 08:20:31

Quote:

> http://SportToday.org/

>   Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

>   Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> ***ing Intelligence agents...

Priorities, Keegs, priorities...
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Chris Parslo » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 17:45:04


Quote:



> >> Two Dogs,

> >> Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and
> >> omitted
> >> for november test)?
> >> He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
> >> immature as a ***ager.
> >> i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life
> >> has
> >> been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide
> >> afterwards,
> >> back at paris)

> >> turn the page Two dogs,

> >> Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to
> >> bite

> >> bye

> > I agree with you completely. He was a silly little sod and was
> > embarrassed by the whole thing. His penance is done.

> > As for heads of state apologising - what a load of ***ing bollox.

> When you play for an international side you are an ambassador for your
> country. Bastareauds claims painted NZ in a bad light, and I'm sure many
> Kiwis thought the apology was owed.

I can see it now.

<French PM> By *** I am bored.  My in-tray is as empty as Michael
Newport's head.

But what is this half-hidden under the desk calendar?  A request from
our glorious national rugby body!

I shall give this due and immediate attention, plus the full weight
and majesty of my mighty intellect...

CP

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Chris Parsehol » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 17:55:07


Quote:




> > >> Two Dogs,

> > >> Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and
> > >> omitted
> > >> for november test)?
> > >> He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
> > >> immature as a ***ager.
> > >> i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life
> > >> has
> > >> been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide
> > >> afterwards,
> > >> back at paris)

> > >> turn the page Two dogs,

> > >> Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to
> > >> bite

> > >> bye

> > > I agree with you completely. He was a silly little sod and was
> > > embarrassed by the whole thing. His penance is done.

> > > As for heads of state apologising - what a load of ***ing bollox.

> > When you play for an international side you are an ambassador for your
> > country. Bastareauds claims painted NZ in a bad light, and I'm sure many
> > Kiwis thought the apology was owed.

> I can see it now.

> <French PM> By *** I am bored. ?My in-tray is as empty as Michael
> Newport's head.

> But what is this half-hidden under the desk calendar? ?A request from
> our glorious national rugby body!

> I shall give this due and immediate attention, plus the full weight
> and majesty of my mighty intellect...

> CP

;-)
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Chris Parslo » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 18:00:45


Quote:





> > > >> Two Dogs,

> > > >> Dont you think bastareaud has paid enough now (community service and
> > > >> omitted
> > > >> for november test)?
> > > >> He is only 21 (20 at the time), strong like a canadian woodcutter but
> > > >> immature as a ***ager.
> > > >> i think, this story doesnt deserve anymore credit : nobody's life life
> > > >> has
> > > >> been hurted by bastareaud, but himself (he attempted to suicide
> > > >> afterwards,
> > > >> back at paris)

> > > >> turn the page Two dogs,

> > > >> Im sure the forthcoming six nations is going to give you many bones to
> > > >> bite

> > > >> bye

> > > > I agree with you completely. He was a silly little sod and was
> > > > embarrassed by the whole thing. His penance is done.

> > > > As for heads of state apologising - what a load of ***ing bollox.

> > > When you play for an international side you are an ambassador for your
> > > country. Bastareauds claims painted NZ in a bad light, and I'm sure many
> > > Kiwis thought the apology was owed.

> > I can see it now.

> > <French PM> By *** I am bored. ?My in-tray is as empty as Michael
> > Newport's head.

> > But what is this half-hidden under the desk calendar? ?A request from
> > our glorious national rugby body!

> > I shall give this due and immediate attention, plus the full weight
> > and majesty of my mighty intellect...

> > CP

> ;-)

Laugh?!  Jeeze we laughed, me 'n the mates...

CP

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Two Dog » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:15:33


Quote:

> >http://SportToday.org/

> > ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

> Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
> Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
> pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

> > ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> > ***ing Intelligence agents...

> Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor :http://SportToday.org/
> and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
> "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
> I'm afraid.

Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

Two Dogs

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by French » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:36:13


Quote:


> > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> > > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

> > Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
> > Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
> > pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

> > > ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> > > ***ing Intelligence agents...

> > Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor :http://SportToday.org/
> > and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
> > "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
> > I'm afraid.

> Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
> O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

> Two Dogs

They sure do. But I read Mrs O'Connor's column, and she looks quite
sincere to me in writing "I feel genuinely sorry for Mathieu and hope
that he does not have to pay for his indiscretion throughout his life
[...]. He's already paid enough." Do you think she wrote that tongue
in cheek ?
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Two Dog » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:54:30


Quote:



> > > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > > ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> > > > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

> > > Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
> > > Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
> > > pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

> > > > ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> > > > ***ing Intelligence agents...

> > > Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor :http://SportToday.org/
> > > and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
> > > "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
> > > I'm afraid.

> > Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
> > O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

> > Two Dogs

> They sure do. But I read Mrs O'Connor's column, and she looks quite
> sincere to me in writing "I feel genuinely sorry for Mathieu and hope
> that he does not have to pay for his indiscretion throughout his life
> [...]. He's already paid enough." Do you think she wrote that tongue
> in cheek ?

  That was genuine enough. But the pointy end  of her column was that
finally, after years of acting like 19th century colonial overlords in
the South Pacific (nuclear atmospheric testing in someone else's back
yard, government sponsored ***,  the systematic*** and military
action against civilians in New Caledonia, all in the last 30 years)
they apologise officially for something as b***as a kid lying about
getting beat up.

  That bit.

  Two dogs

 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by Simon S- » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 21:54:54


Quote:



>> > >http://SportToday.org/

>> > >   Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
>> > > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

>> > Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
>> > Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
>> > pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

>> > >   Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
>> > > ***ing Intelligence agents...

>> > Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor
>> > :http://SportToday.org/
>> > and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
>> > "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
>> > I'm afraid.

>> Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
>> O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

>> Two Dogs

> They sure do. But I read Mrs O'Connor's column, and she looks quite
> sincere to me in writing "I feel genuinely sorry for Mathieu and hope
> that he does not have to pay for his indiscretion throughout his life
> [...]. He's already paid enough." Do you think she wrote that tongue
> in cheek ?

How comes we didn't get an apology when that Kiwi slag accused a few of our
lads of***?
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by French » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 22:07:59


Quote:




> > > > >http://SportToday.org/

> > > > > ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> > > > > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

> > > > Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
> > > > Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
> > > > pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

> > > > > ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> > > > > ***ing Intelligence agents...

> > > > Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor :http://SportToday.org/
> > > > and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
> > > > "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
> > > > I'm afraid.

> > > Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
> > > O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

> > > Two Dogs

> > They sure do. But I read Mrs O'Connor's column, and she looks quite
> > sincere to me in writing "I feel genuinely sorry for Mathieu and hope
> > that he does not have to pay for his indiscretion throughout his life
> > [...]. He's already paid enough." Do you think she wrote that tongue
> > in cheek ?

> ? That was genuine enough.

Good. That was the part I was refering to when writing "Be as good a
fellow as this Teresa O'Connor and get over it."

Quote:
> But the pointy end ?of her column was that
> finally, after years of acting like 19th century colonial overlords in
> the South Pacific (nuclear atmospheric testing in someone else's back
> yard, government sponsored ***, ?the systematic*** and military
> action against civilians in New Caledonia, all in the last 30 years)
> they apologise officially for something as b***as a kid lying about
> getting beat up.

> ? That bit.

That was the part I had in mind when writing "As for this other sorry
affair [the Rainbow Warrior], seems you got a "begrudging half-apology
years later". You'll have to settle by that, I'm afraid."
I still fail to see what irony I missed in that column, but whatever.
 
 
 

Matty, you lying bastard...

Post by French » Fri, 05 Feb 2010 22:09:18


Quote:





> >> > >http://SportToday.org/

> >> > > ? Astonishing. I didn't know the French Prime Minister had apologised
> >> > > to the New Zealand prime Minister over his deceit.

> >> > Couldn't do less, after the Kiwi Prime apologised to France for
> >> > Bastareaud's so-called roughing. Great to see both our PM had no more
> >> > pressing matters on their hands, wouldn't you say ?

> >> > > ? Interesting they should apologise for a lying rugby player but not
> >> > > ***ing Intelligence agents...

> >> > Come on, mate ! Be as good a fellow as this Teresa O'Connor
> >> > :http://SportToday.org/
> >> > and get over it. As for this other sorry affair, seems you got a
> >> > "begrudging half-apology years later". You'll have to settle by that,
> >> > I'm afraid.

> >> Lol. I take it you actually didn't read, or understand Teresa
> >> O'Connor's column. The French do Irony, right?

> >> Two Dogs

> > They sure do. But I read Mrs O'Connor's column, and she looks quite
> > sincere to me in writing "I feel genuinely sorry for Mathieu and hope
> > that he does not have to pay for his indiscretion throughout his life
> > [...]. He's already paid enough." Do you think she wrote that tongue
> > in cheek ?

> How comes we didn't get an apology when that Kiwi slag accused a few of our
> lads of***?

??? You'd want an apology from the French PM for that, too ?