Thursday, 19 March 2009

Jonah Brown And The Motor Show

Next year's British Motor Show has been cancelled because of the crisis in the car industry.

It is the first time the iconic show has been cancelled - apart from during the two World Wars - since it began more than 100 years ago.

Organisers blamed the economic downturn and the 'unprecedented challenge' facing the UK's beleaguered motor industry.

Last year's show was attended by Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

The Curse Of Jonah Brown Strikes Again!

The Penguin


BigDishyThing said...

The Vatican's favourite economist want to nominate Our Jonah for a Nobel Prize in Economics:

WX: helil (a handcart?)

Afghanistan Banana Stand said...

I wish we could cancel McBust

Damo Mackerel said...

Dishything... this reminds me of Tom Lehrer’s reply when asked why he stopped writing satire:

“Political satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize”

black hole sunset said...

This Curse Of Jonah meme isn't even a joke, it's a stone cold fact.

Gordo's played the "expanding public sector, shrinking private sector" game as though it could go on forever.

Apparently, You never know who’s swimming naked until the tide rolls out.

It's rolled out big time and Gordo's gnarly, diseased genitalia are exposed for all to see.


Goodnight Vienna said...

Motor Show cancelled = fucking sad.

Mitch said...

Please,please,please take that fucking picture down its off putting.

Imagine having that grunting away on top of ......someone.

Gen d'Eau said...

I find this harder to believe in than god, and I'm an atheist

Arseholes said...

What a cunt.

No shortage of fools said...

Never was there a face more in need of a damned good fisting.

mikey said...

I would love Gordon Brown to win the Nobel Prize for economics, I really would you know. From that day forth no one could ever call it the dismal science in seriousness ever again. Economics would become the biggest fucking joke on the planet .It must happen.I demand it.

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