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    Default Ashleigh and Pudsey - Britain's Got Talent 2012 Live Semi Final - UK version


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    If anybody is interested, they won BGT tonight!!

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    Britain, the birthplace of Shakespeare, Dickens, Newton, Brunel, Burke, Hume and Keynes, on whose Empire the sun never set, the largest in history, covering a quarter of the world's landmass, dominating one fifth of the globe's population. A Britain who gave the world 'time', 'electricity' and proper 'democracy' (excluding all those terrible Greek bits full of homosexuality and what-not.) A proud, upstanding Britain, maintaining the spirit of Magna Carta, Winston Churchill and 1966.

    And here we are reduced to this...

    Mother...the hemlock, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charver View Post
    Britain, the birthplace of Shakespeare, Dickens, Newton, Brunel, Burke, Hume and Keynes, on whose Empire the sun never set, the largest in history, covering a quarter of the world's landmass, dominating one fifth of the globe's population. A Britain who gave the world 'time', 'electricity' and proper 'democracy' (excluding all those terrible Greek bits full of homosexuality and what-not.) A proud, upstanding Britain, maintaining the spirit of Magna Carta, Winston Churchill and 1966.

    And here we are reduced to this...

    Mother...the hemlock, please.
    Charver welcome back, but seriously stop being so pompous. The other act that came second, Charlotte and Jonathan were fantastic and I can see him especially going on to be a world class tenor. I only hope he won't be Cowelled and forced down the quick buck route. He is a diamond in the rough and given the right guidance could be as famous as Pavarotti or even Caruso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoxomoxoa View Post
    Charver welcome back, but seriously stop being so pompous. The other act that came second, Charlotte and Jonathan were fantastic and I can see him especially going on to be a world class tenor. I only hope he won't be Cowelled and forced down the quick buck route. He is a diamond in the rough and given the right guidance could be as famous as Pavarotti or even Caruso.
    Pompous...ok?

    Whatever, but this sort of stuff just makes me despair. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charver View Post
    Pompous...ok?

    Whatever, but this sort of stuff just makes me despair. Seriously.
    I agree with you to a great extent, but that's the way the world works now. However isn't it better than one of the boy bands or dance troupes winning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoxomoxoa View Post
    I agree with you to a great extent, but that's the way the world works now. However isn't it better than one of the boy bands or dance troupes winning?
    The winner of a competition i refuse to play any part in has no innate meaning to me whatever the winner.

    (Honestly, i've never watched an episode of BGT, X-Factor, Fame Academy, or any other one of these terrible monstrosities which passes for 'entertainment' nowadays. Thank God for the Great British pub.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoxomoxoa View Post

    I never imagined I'd be envious of a dog's life.
    "May your reality be as pleasant as mine."

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    Quote Originally Posted by apple0154 View Post
    I never imagined I'd be envious of a dog's life.
    Maybe you could ask Damo how to come back as a dog in the next life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoxomoxoa View Post
    Maybe you could ask Damo how to come back as a dog in the next life?
    With my luck I'd probably end up in a pound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apple0154 View Post
    With my luck I'd probably end up in a pound.
    Or as part of Obama's dinner menu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charver View Post
    Pompous...ok?

    Whatever, but this sort of stuff just makes me despair. Seriously.
    Did you see any of the Young Musician of the Year programmes on BBC2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aoxomoxoa View Post
    Did you see any of the Young Musician of the Year programmes on BBC2?
    Nope.

    Who won that then?


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    Quote Originally Posted by charver View Post
    Nope.

    Who won that then?
    As you seem to favour the highbrow I imagined you'd know already.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18071165

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