I joined the cheer squad to get with sexy babes, but couldn’t find any in any one of their 18 squads.
Camilla l saw you on have I got news for you tonight and when you came on the set what I saw was a gorgeous beautiful loverly lady XX Yours sincerely. Stephen Bannister.
Agree with the review but would add that it made me very emotional and longing to get back to India!
Looking through some old stuff I found a photograph of Douglas Binder, Dudley Edwards, David Vaughn, Mary Vaughn andWendy Binder. Young Design Group taken in 1966 Of them all sitting in an open top Buick Electra car they had designed and painted
good to see something like that in the Politics section! Keep it up.
Amin, it is inaccurate Awami (Jubo) League was mainly responsible for attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh. It was mainly Shibir thugs belonging to the Jamaat-e Islami. On the article, there were some factual errors. For instance it was Khaleda Zia’s husband Zia-ur-Rahman who was a freedom fighter, not her father. Also, so far one person (Kader Mollah) has faced the noose, not two persons (though that will probably change soon).
In 1966 pubs closed at either 2:30 or 3pm on Saturday afternoons, so they would not be watching the World Cup Final over a pint.
Do I sense a hint of bitterness here? The lady doth protest too much, methinks…
Nouse and Vision setting aside their differences and teaming up to take on the country’s shittiest student media brand? Sounds like the plot for a summer blockbuster. I heartily approve.
ladbible is quality
Weird that the author felt the need to label the feminist response to that disgusting Tab article as “far left”. And I’m not sure that a critique of the Tab’s journalistic quality should really be the bigger issue compared to the fact that the articles in question are misogynistic. If they wrote an excellent, Nouse-worthy piece containing the same ideas, hopefully it’d still get the same amount of righteous bollocking.
And even if the paper wasn’t shite in all the ways mentioned in this article, the fact that it’s a for-profit enterprise exploiting the unpaid labour of students really should be enough of a reason to run it out of York.