Bomber’s War on News

Written By: - Date published: 2:03 pm, November 4th, 2009 - 9 comments
Categories: news, tv - Tags: ,

1984 was not supposed to be an instruction manual

If you didn’t take my last hint to keep watching this, here’s your chance to catch up.

I think it’s genuinely good. It’s like TV, only true.

Bomber salutes the news

9 comments on “Bomber’s War on News”

  1. bobo 1

    Been watching this last few months or so, very good stuff , is like listening to racing commentary at times 🙂

  2. trademark 2

    I think it’s genuinely good. It’s like TV, only true.

    It’s like TV because it is on TV – Triangle Stratos, 10 PM on Tuesdays 🙂
    Personally though, I find the emphasis on the narration way over-the-top. More subtlety with a few well-timed outbursts might work better. Other than that, it’s worth a watch.

  3. Ag 3

    And people wonder why newspapers are dying. What’s the point of newspapers if they more or less have to lie?

  4. Draco T Bastard 4

    hehehe, I do like his suggestion for LHaws talkback show 😀

  5. infused 5

    God bomber is a bore.

    Same shit since he had his spot on channel z.

  6. JD 6

    He’s an idiot. He actually posted that he doesn’t believe most of the stuff he blogs about.

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