Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stevethrower, Oct 9, 2012.
Jim'll Fix It - Looks like he did...
All children's show hosts/producers always struck me as creeps.
I thought he only molested chipmunks, especially Alvin. Hey, they never wore pants so access was easy.
"Dear Jim, please can you fix it for me to me sodomised by an eldery, cigar-chomping paeophile?"
I'm amazed that anyone in the UK is surprised by this. Even when I was a kid, I found the guy (who was certainly the biggest children's entertainer, and one of the BBC's biggest stars) creepy as fuck. His whole persona was very odd. The rumours had been swirling around for years.
Still, he wrote some cracking books......................
Another good read from Jimmy.
Here's is the local Toronto guy (in the 70's)... I think I met him when I was like 7 or 8 as the studio was about 10 mins away from our house back in the day... and no he did not touch me.
Dan Schneider would be proud.
The commemorative plaque they put on his house after he died has had a nice makeover.
Did you use a sharpie or paint brush?
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At least we now know why BBC Television Centre is circular: it was built to be a paedophile ring.
He so looks like a kid fucker.
Aarghhh! It's paedogeddon!!
A buggering we will go...
Imagine how many girls he could have gotten to if he was on time.
What kind of playing cards are those and how do I get a set of them?
If they were going to graffiti his monument, you think they would have gotten the spelling right.
Thata boy. :wavey
Calls sloppy seconds!!!
Hey, the language is 'English', you twat, not that fucked-up patois you lot in the colonies have bastarized.
I was actually quietly impressed that the graffiti dauber got the spelling correct, as they usually get it wrong and go with the 'Merkin spelling.
I didn't know hero started with an R in your bloody neck of the woods.
this show was Jerry Sandusky's favorite tv show.
Yes, 'tis vaguely rude slang for 'American'. See, also: Septics.
as in Yank, septic tank. I presume.