It’s what’s inside that counts

Written By: - Date published: 10:15 am, July 20th, 2011 - 7 comments
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Rupert Murdoch got a pie in the face today. But it was only shaving foam. To really do the job, you need special ingredients.

7 comments on “It’s what’s inside that counts”

  1. mik e 1

    Who,s going to be the next oligarch to take his place. In NZ we have Steven Joyce Mediaworks beneficiaries of govt handouts and their biggest promoters /oppositions detractors

  2. Pete 2

    I was a little annoyed with that. Not because I don’t think it was well-deserved, but because the news focused on the pie shot rather than the substantive issue. It doesn’t help.

  3. felix 3

    (It’s not the peel, it’s the ‘nana…)

  4. Bored 4

    Guess whose people are paid to write the “news”????????

  5. Vicky32 5

    The TV3 coverage of the pie incident was sickening! Praise for Murdoch’s 3rd wife who deflected the ‘pie’, denigration of the thrower as if he’s a baby-murderer… I am confused and disgusted.

  6. Rodel 6

    How are Rupert Murdoch and Hugh Hefner similar?

  7. randal 7

    looks like roopit is nearly senile and the boy wonder is an idiot.
    I dont think Wendy is up to the job either.

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