There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog, it received one ‘like’ – which made it about as popular as Rowan Atkinson’s sketch where he portrayed the Archbishop of Canterbury. Apparently his short skit drew complaints from 2,200 people.
What an ars*hole.
What was he trying to achieve by doing this offensive sketch?
Eh? It was for Comic Relief, a charity that this year raised over £75m for good causes.
Nonetheless… he should still be ashamed of himself, for every person who complained Comic Relief only raised over £34,000.
I wonder how the millions of people whose lives have been positively effected by Comic Relief would feel about 2,200 people complaining to Comic Relief about a comedian making a joke?
Yeah that’s right… they probably couldn’t care less…
Anyhow, it’s time to move on to today’s ‘blog, which isn’t even anything to do with Comic Relief, instead it’s to do with prisons – which hopefully is where Rowan Atkinson won’t end up, although I suppose you never know (apparently he was recently caught speeding in his yellow mini and asked his teddy bear to take his 3 points).
Today’s ‘blog instead centres around 2 Canadian prisoners who successfully escaped prison and were then recaptured (so their escape wasn’t that successful) when a helicopter lowered itself down and the two escapees climbed up a rope ladder to their temporary haven.
As I said… the prisoners were recaptured… and the prison in question is apparently well known for problems with over-crowding thanks to the short-stay prisoners who inhabit it… that’s what the news reporter said anyway… shortly before he jumper over the prison fence in his hovercraft…