Monday, March 17, 2003

STOP CRYING YOUR HEART OUT: Noel Gallagher has rubbished anti-war protests as pointless, and in a wonderful example of shrugging off the horrors of the world conceded that Blair is following a half-wit into war but reckons “politics is like football” and you don’t change your team just because you “don’t like the striker.” Even if the analogy of politics and football worked, dimwit, you’ll find that when their team behaves in a way they think is wrong, true fans reluctantly turn their backs on the team. Think Wimbledon’s botched move to Milton Keynes; Maxwell’s attempt to merge Reading and Oxford; the disaster wrought at Brighton during the final Goldstone years. Sure, you support your team, but only a sheep follows without question.

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