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The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid

In their day, Nostradamus was ridiculed, Darwin was poo-pooed and even Brian Clough had his critics but in these enlightened times, their thoughts are now seen in a different light and they are more and more respected. Well, Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. He's a lover, not a fighter, unless it's about fighting for the bullied and oppressed and, in this day and age, that's the ordinary man and woman in the street. He will fight their corner until the end. He is the voice of reason, fair and just but will pull no punches when it comes to the dark underbelly of this evil world: things like lawyers, judges, politicians, perverts and Manchester United Football Club. Make yourself a cup of tea and pull up a chair, dear reader, and delve into the world of The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. You never know, it may change your life forever. Together, we'll put this world to rights. All comments below are from the deep and meaningful mind of Vicious Sid himself and published and 'Liked' in major newspapers. If writing be the food of love, then read on . . .

The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid 29.10.12
30 October 2012 @ 06:18

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It’s all your fault Torres
ALEX FERGUSON stuck the boot into Fernando Torres and claimed the £50million Chelsea striker DESERVED to be sent off for diving. The Manchester United manager was involved in a heated touchline row with Blues boss Roberto Di Matteo following Torres’ 68th-minute dismissal.
And he reckoned that the European champions should have had THREE red cards but ref Mark Clattenburg bottled sending off John Obi Mikel.
Torres had already been booked for a foul on Tom Cleverley when he went down under a challenge from United defender Jonny Evans.
Both Evans and Ferguson later admitted that there was contact, but the United boss insisted: “Torres could have gone on and he didn’t.
“I think Jonny may have caught him just a little but you can carry on running and he chose to go down.
“He could have carried on and scored, that’s what I don’t understand.
“When I was a player, I would never have missed the chance to go through. I would have taken that opportunity to score every time.
“But he’s gone down and that is the issue. And he’s already been booked, so it’s his own fault.”

vicious.sid: And that's from the man with the highest amount of divers in one team in the Premiership!


Bombshell for BBC as trust dives
PUBLIC trust in the BBC has nosedived in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal. Nearly half of viewers now have doubts about the broadcaster, a Sun poll reveals.
The survey of 1,785 adults also delivers a damning verdict on the Beeb’s handling of sordid sex allegations, which now involve 300 victims.
Seven in ten adults think the BBC covered up claims against the Jim’ll Fix It paedo — and 34 per cent think others at the Corporation were involved.
Nearly half of parents would NOT let their under-16s appear on a BBC show.
The poll supports an admission by BBC Trust chief Lord Patten that the revelations have done “terrible damage”.
Poll experts said it left the Beeb with a “mountain to climb” to regain confidence.
YouGov director Joe Twyman said that public trust had been “shattered”.

vicious.sid: What???? People actually had confidence in the BBC before all this? The BBC has always been the same as the British politicians for as long as I can remember - self serving, UK hating, money wasting (especially if it's on themselves), biased and unaccountable. Too much taxpayers' money and too much power.
sonnesun: @vicious.sid Confidence in the BBC? It's neither here nor there. It's not just about lacking confidence, that went long ago. We just never had any say in anything before. The media is just now at last giving us the chance to say how it is at long fricking last.


Kids say boxes are top Xmas pressies
KIDS can have more fun with a cardboard box at Christmas than with an expensive present, research reveals. A total of 46 per cent of parents claimed their child enjoys playing with boxes instead of toys and games.
The survey found twice as many kids preferred playing with the cardboard wrapping than those who liked pricey electronic gadgets such as tablet computers and games consoles.
Just one in ten parents said their kids opted for shop-bought toys while 12 per cent chose watching DVDs as their favourite play activity.
However, parents reported feeling forced into spending extra cash on presents by annual Christmas must-have toy lists. Almost half plan to lavish £200 or more on each child, while one in ten expects to shell out over £500. One in 100 even plans to blow more than £2,000 on gifts.

vicious.sid: That's made my day, that has. Guess what my kids are getting for Christmas!


Owl vs the Pussycat
THIS is the heart-stopping moment an owl grabbed a cat in a daring airborne raid. The bird of prey turned and stared menacingly into the camera as it was snapped with the hapless moggie in Minnesota, USA.
Owls are known to fly cats high into the air before dropping them on the ground to kill them. It is not known if this one survived.

vicious.sid: I think it's safe to say that that is one bird that won't be dragged into the house!!!!




Shame games: Steward hurt as missile morons spark FA probe
THE FA will launch an investigation into yesterday’s disgraceful missile-throwing at Stamford Bridge and Goodison Park. Yobs hurled coins at Liverpool’s Luis Suarez during the X-rated 2-2 Merseyside derby with Everton.
And a Chelsea steward needed hospital treatment after being struck by an object hurled from the stands during Manchester United’s explosive 3-2 win.
The louts hurled coins, lighters, plastic cups and even a SEAT on to the pitch after Javier Hernandez struck the 75th-minute winner. It was a return to the bad old days of football hooliganism.
The sickening scenes came on the weekend Premier League players supported the FA’s ‘One Game, One Community’ campaign with pre-match handshakes and T-shirts.
Police will ask for video footage from the grounds to try and identify the morons. Both incidents could also lead to the FA bringing charges against Everton and Chelsea. An FA spokesman said: “We will wait for the referees’ report and look into it.”
A Chelsea spokesman said: “A steward slipped and hurt his knee and went to hospital for treatment.”
Yesterday’s disgusting events came almost two weeks after Stuart Pearce’s England Under-21 players suffered racist abuse and were pelted with rocks, bottles and cans in their Euro 2013 play-off game in Serbia.

vicious.sid: I would never condone that behaviour ever. The blame lays squarely on the fans but Clattenburg was the catalyst. It probably wouldn't have happened if he had refereed how they are supposed to, they are not the stars, they are there to make sure the game is fair. It wasn't. He let his emotions take over (and he probably had the hairdryer treatment before the match), I don't think he is strong enough to referee matches with that kind of atmosphere. He did it all wrong.
jimacclad: @vicious.sid it has nothing to do with the referee - it is down to the individual - England lost the Rugby World cup on a close call decision - did you see them riot?  Can you imagine the behaviour of the moronic football fan if England lost the football world cup to a dodgy decision?  We rioted after losing a quarter final to germany in 96 - take some responsibility for a change in your own actions. Ripping a seat isn't the action of someone with a full set of marbles to play with.
Mathomp: I doubt they would need Cracker to work out that the guy in the glasses and the plastic brown jacket has thrown something. As for vicious.sid  and the the chavs blaming everyone but themselves, how can it be the refs fault? Was he handing out the missiles that were thrown on the pitch. Grow Up. I'd say a suitable punishment would be to make you play a couple of games behind closed doors, but you virtually do that anyway.
vicious.sid: Mr Mathomp. I'm just wondering if you can read. Did chavs like you actually go to school? I'll repeat what I said with words with less syllables: 'The blame lays squarely on the fans but Clattenburg was the catalyst.'  (Damn, that was the same syllables.) All I was saying was that the fans are idiots and it is all their fault but the referee was so incompetent that it inflamed an already volatile atmosphere. Please read things properly before you insult philosophers and philanthropists like myself.

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