Friday, November 23, 2012

SO IF YOU BELIEVE IN FATHER CHRISTMAS, CHILDREN, LIKE YOUR UNCLE BILLY DOES, THEN BUY THIS FESTERING TURD OF A RECORD: Ladbrokes has posted odds for this year's UK Christmas #1 single, this year topped not by the X-Factor winner but by a charity cover of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" by Sir Paul, Robbie Williams, Sporty Spice, Holly Johnson, and others being released of December 17 for the victims of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, in which 96 Liverpool supporters were crushed to death during an FA Cup semi-final match with Nottingham Forest. (An independent inquiry this year revealed official efforts to shift the blame to the victims.)

You can still get 6/1 odds on One Direction, as if Simon Cowell weren't rich enough already.


  1. Yep, that festering turd of a cover would be enough to get me to swear of British radio.

  2. The Pathetic Earthling6:08 PM

    I got to reading up on the Hillsborough disaster and was interested to learn that the current team captain of Liverpool is the cousin of the youngest person killed. Weird how life works.

  3. Not named Fred9:34 AM

    so covering "He Ain't Heavy" to commemorate those crushed to death?

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