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  • I think that is my favourite tweet ever. Every time I read it I am amazed at the levels of ignorance it conveys to the reader. A masterpiece.

  • Drug dealers were caught with cocaine with a street value of £500,000 after undertaking a police patrol car as they sped along a motorway hard shoulder.

    later admitted possessing drugs with intent to supply.

    Silly... Amateur mistake. Should've claimed personal use for a reduced sentence.

  • It really is a master price of ignorance 👌

  • The reports from my son’s nursery are getting wilder and wilder


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  • That's how I remember school in the 80's #meta

  • Sounds like a typical plot in a certain type of viewable media, from a certain part of the world.

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  • Your red numbers... That's what you're showing us right? Sort that shit out. It's triggering me

  • My boss has > 38000 unread emails in his inbox on his laptop. It doesn’t bother him in the slightest. Me, on the other hand…

  • No, the useless rear suspension.



  • Also epic win, obv.

  • Sky really fucked up and didn't check with advertisers if they minded being on GB News if they had broad GRP packages.

    So many emails bouncing around right now with panicking client teams.

  • What is GBnews?

  • I believe the official name is GBeebies.

  • It’s an attempt at creating a Fox News type channel in the UK, led by Andrew Neil.

  • Yep, I work with a couple of the brands on that list, they tend to be risk averse, no chance would they have signed off on it...

  • So stupid of Sky not to warn clients / agencies. Having said that, any good TV department should have been all over it.

    From what I can see, we have a half decent TV department and most / all clients were warned or the channel was removed from the buy.

  • Yep, fails from both agencies and Sky, I suspect the agencies buying line by line rather than bulk will have spotted the issue.
    wonder how it works of adsmart, assume they must have the ability to blacklist channels, as I know at least one of those advertisers are heavy on adsmart and light on linear TV.

  • classic "the free market in action = censorship" from some thick as mince fash chud bootlicker action tho.

  • Yep, with this being the standard response.

  • wonder how it works of adsmart, assume they must have the ability to blacklist channels, as I know at least one of those advertisers are heavy on adsmart and light on linear TV.

    Yeah - you buy audience but apply whitelist / blacklist on a channel or programme (genre or specific series) level.

    As you say, it appears to be general packages sold client direct or through PR agencies who haven't got a fucking clue what they're doing, who are falling foul. At least it'll keep the same PR agencies busy for a while...

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