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Broken Arrow says: Bankers, recruitment consultants, politicians. What professions do you hate and why?

(, Thu 27 May 2010, 12:26)
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specifically the ones on late night tv when the channels sell their collective souls into gambling and play host to the naked greed of parting fools with their money.
and the candy sweet front to these snake pits, did they think that this will be the stepping stone they so desperately need to break into entertainment?
how much showbiz sherbert have they hoovered into their nostrils to keep up the repetative inane verbal drivel for hours and hours on end, this can't be scripted surely?
Just looking into their dead eyes, you can see deep down into the bitter disapointment of a career choice only just slightly elevated above a crack whore, what must their agent have promised them for taking this shit gig?

Do they sit alone and contemplate into a well of despair when they realise they are like a KY covered vibrator frigging the gambling addicts and lubricating them to spunk their deperate cash on the hope of a win.
If you end up watching, you just want to scream at them to shut the fuck up now now NOW!!!!!
Just walk away from it don't do it anymore, draining the life energy with your fucking perky banter going on and on. Oh yes those euphamistic nicknames have won a tenner but tell us about the ones who's kids won't be eating this week or the ones who's wifes will be shamed by the bailifs taking what little she has left, her dignity went a long time ago along with ours for being compicit with the whole system.

You've given away £70 million? hahahahaha but you have also taken £250 million, tell the mug punters about that, what the fuck to you take us for?
But they don't walk away its just a job, its telly love ...........next year SKY!
(, Thu 3 Jun 2010, 1:59, 2 replies)
In all honesty, I don't have any problem with anyone who parts a fool from his money.
I speak from having been parted with a significant amount of my earnings over the years.

It's disingenuity that I despise. Simply saying "Bet on this - you might win" is not a prollem. "This is a guaranteed offer* *Offer is not guaranteed" is.
(, Thu 3 Jun 2010, 11:08, closed)
no problem with gambling either
Just the effect, its the dishonesty of dressing it up as fun and a bit of a laugh and the presenters whoring themselves for it.
(, Thu 3 Jun 2010, 11:30, closed)

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