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Jim Davidson, Bankrupt!!

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Emma Emma | 16:52 UK time, Thursday, 6 July 2006

Have you heard the news? Jim Davidson has just been pronounced bankrupt. Read the story here

Ouch would like to point out that we are gaining no pleasure from this news whatsoever and are sure that our readers won't either.


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  • At 01:48 PM on 07 Jul 2006, Rich West wrote:

Schadenfreude at its most delicious.

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  • At 03:11 PM on 07 Jul 2006, Trish wrote:

"I don't want disabled people in the front row of my gigs because I take the mickey out of them" or something like that, wasn't it? My heart bleeds.

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  • At 07:49 PM on 07 Jul 2006, Chris Page wrote:

Maybe Laurence Clark can do a benefit tour for him...

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  • At 03:22 PM on 10 Jul 2006, paul wrote:

i'm disabled person who has seen jim davidson live,he is very funny he is not a bigot you who never seen him live are the bigots. just you are too closed minded to understand his act and don't like swearing all i've got to say is grow up

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  • At 06:09 PM on 10 Jul 2006, Chris Page wrote:

I am grown up - that's how I can see him for what he is.

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  • At 10:29 PM on 10 Jul 2006, Turtle wrote:

No seating plan is going to lower my opinion of that man any more than it already was.

Anyway, would be daft to assume that disabled people dropped Jim en masse the minute they heard those comments. I'm sure there are crippled hardcore Jim fans out there blubbing to themselves that it was out of context. Me? You can put the context wherever the hell you like he's still rubbish.

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  • At 02:22 AM on 15 Jul 2006, davekent99 wrote:

...this is the only time Jim Davidson has made me laugh (... and the only time I have been appreciative of the Inland Revenue).

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