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Welcome you swines!

  • Russell Brand
  • 18 Nov 06, 12:03 AM

Do not be alarmed i will respect your radio station, promise! Nah don't worry it's all going to be a right proper lovely old laugh. Think of me as the new substitute teacher, but don't be tempted to be horrible and victimise me, give me a chance - and for gawd's sake look after me!

So this is the new blog, where all manner of outrageous things will be going on. Keep your old eyes peeled to this page for general ramblings, a plethora of profound statements and theories of the world, universe and everything...citin' isn't it?!

Comments

  1. At 12:39 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Fofo Spierjig wrote:

    Russell, hope you're funnier than the student teacher that came to our Junior School in (yikes) ,...1978; If we dared speak in class he'd make us stand arms length from the wall, arms outstretched with an encyclopedia balanced precariously on top of the backs of our hands. Menacingly, he'd draw a chalk line on the wall and if we let our tired 9 year old arms fall pathetically below the line, he'd crack a metere long wooden rule on the back of our legs. Cheers!

  2. At 12:47 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Fofo Spierjigo wrote:

    Do you prefer Frank Sidebottom to John Shuttleworth?
    If you had to (HAD TO) appear on I'm a Celebrity...who would be your ultimate nightmare co-celeb?

  3. At 09:45 AM on 18 Nov 2006, heather wrote:

    To above comment it would have to be John Shuttleworth surely???!!
    Good luck with the show 'Ole Russ - I am looking forward to it so much! I had a French teacher called Miss Tryon and her teaching skills and not the name alone, had us capptivated - she was one of the good teachers and I believe still works at the same school in Dorking! I am sure your audience will be as captivated as Miss Tryons pupils were!!!!!

  4. At 09:47 AM on 18 Nov 2006, heather wrote:

    Will your show have 'Listen again' and a podcast as I cannot always guarantee to be in on a Saturday night and podcasts are great for entertaining me whilst dog walking! Ooooohhh 'citin stuff. Hxxx

  5. At 09:56 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Zencat wrote:

    Welcome Russell,

    Hope you have an amazing time.

    I saw you in Brighton a few weeks ago for the first time and I was moved to write a post card to say thank you.

    You made me laugh on a particular grim day and I liked the fact that you knew about Electra. Didn't know where to send the postcard though so it's still on my desk...

    Thank you, I like your humor...

  6. At 11:19 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Danny Collins wrote:

    Russ,

    we've missed ya at work welcome back son! looking forward to listening to you and the boys on Monday morning!

    have a banger

    Dan @ Rich

  7. At 11:33 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Ozzy wrote:

    Cannot wait for your first show tonight, I'll be all ears.

  8. At 11:47 AM on 18 Nov 2006, Neil wrote:

    Cewl... I have loved listening to you and the guys on 6 and now you are coming to 2... I wonder if you will have to tone it down... anyway, best of luck - it is indeed citin'

  9. At 12:33 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Jamie H wrote:

    I hope it's going to be just like the show was on 6music, that was like having three mad friends who came round on a Sunday to entertain you. Thank you for being funny!

  10. At 12:50 PM on 18 Nov 2006, sophie wrote:

    Russ u swine, i cant wait to hear your new show although sunday mornings wont be the same without u!
    met u in bristol recently, just so u know i love u and am waiting to marry u!
    'citin!!
    sophie xx

  11. At 12:55 PM on 18 Nov 2006, moondog909 wrote:

    I am not going to try and be witty or amusing, because to be honest I'm a boring person that doesn't have it in me. Instead I'll say: good luck, hope they treat you nice at Radio 2, you deserve it.

    Your 6music show was a genuine help to me during periods of stress over the last year. I'm not just saying that to be slimy, I really mean it. Once you gave me a mention on air, I'd sent you a slightly depressing and pathetic email. Non-specific deity love you though, you were both very lovely and very discreet about the whole thing. I know this was just a little episode in the grand scheme and all that, but in case I never meet you I wanted to tell you how much it helped, and that I won't ever forget it.

    Coming to see your standup next month at Warwick Arts Centre, can't wait. Take it easy.

  12. At 01:21 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Michael Morgan wrote:

    There you are ole Russ. News of your demise has been greatly exaggerated Im pleased to see. The tabloids will have us belive you had been devoured by a rabid pig...the swines.

    Cant wait to load up your show on me Ipod as Ill be out tonight doin somethin citin!

  13. At 01:55 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Dave Brown wrote:

    Russell Brand's new starts on Radio 2 tonight??

    Citing if anything!!

    Looking forward to is Russ........ and i can't wait to see you next weekend in the mighty Northampton!!

  14. At 02:03 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Dr Chronic wrote:

    Mr brand i saw ya in sarfend last weekend ...i was unfortunate enough to be sitting next to the monkeys in the second row from the front.. (you know who i mean) any ways a great show.. stay cool

    Dr Chronic

  15. At 02:08 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Gaz wrote:

    Hey Russell,

    good to hear you at a civilised hour . . .
    civilised for those down under (in a non smutty way)

    you and matt & trev have been keeping me & my kiwi mates chortling for ages now with the podcast thingymabob - hopefully be able to listen live as you broadcast here tomorrow morning at 10am.

    how proufound is that?

    hope there's still plenty of tales of removed decandant lives and much nonsensical musings on diverse phenomena

    as me and my fellow man would say . . ."you're not bad for a southner"

    which is high compliment indeed.

    all the best and looking forward to bigger better Russ

    well, you can hope eh?

    sweet as bro (as they say down here)

    laters, Gaz

  16. At 02:29 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Ray wrote:

    Hey Russ,

    Hope this shows as good as the 6music one

    You kept my m8s and i laughin with that podcast thing.

    Hope ur well.

    Ray
    (RaYrOcK13)

  17. At 02:56 PM on 18 Nov 2006, AJ Garrett wrote:

    Russell are you going to write this blog or garble it into a tape player for a BBC worker to decpipher and transcribe 6 minutes before deadline?
    Good luck with the new show you lovely lads!

  18. At 04:26 PM on 18 Nov 2006, mooosehat wrote:

    Looking forward to tonight, hopefully things dont go smoothly so all us ex-6music listeners will feel right at home...
    pete

  19. At 05:25 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Samuel ( Sam ) wrote:

    Wheeeeeey! Citing as you would say. You better do a bloody good show you boobalistic loons!

  20. At 05:42 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Victoria Brennan wrote:

    Well guys...i hope it goes really well for you...i've been doing my bit on the messgae boards for you (i_love_to_laugh). You boys truely deserve it!

    If you'd have been a sub teacher in my old school, you'd have been locked in the store cupboard for an hour...and when eventually let out after an hour, run off crying and never returned...oh they were the days!!!

    Missed not having a lovely podcast this week...can't wait till you're top of the chart again!

    Love victoria xxx
    PS please say EAT YOUR FUDGE TREV...just so all us 6music fans can have that special bond still!

  21. At 05:54 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Cornish Piskie (Ben) wrote:

    Hello Russell you beautiful brute,
    Good luck with the new show and your blog does sound very 'citin indeed!

    Ben :)

  22. At 06:10 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Claire wrote:

    Ooooh lawks a mercy can't wait to hear what you come up with for Radio 2 and how there will probably be an uproar because you say 'bottom' or summat.

    Will Noel Gallagher be phoning in as usual?

    Good luck Mister Brand, hope the podcast makes it through the regulators as well.

    Will be listening and touchin' meself at the same time...ho ho don't tell me 'usband!

    Lots of love

    Claire

  23. At 06:20 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Gill wrote:

    Hi guys
    Good luck tonight. I'll be listening as usual. Hope its as chaotic as BBC6. Matt, keep up teasing Russell about his prima donna moments - they always make me laugh (and the fact that you laugh too Russell, makes me love ya!)
    Huge hugs and kisses
    Gill

  24. At 06:26 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Rehan wrote:

    Explain what will happen to the Podcast plzzzz. merci. its my life source. Updating on the same link?

  25. At 06:30 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Sarah wrote:

    Hi Russell, Matt and Trevor,

    I am a supply teacher so I know how that feels but the difference is that you will be accepted and enjoyed by everyone who listens!

    Best of luck with the first show tonight! Oh & congrats on the DVD, mine arrived today & it is marvellous!

    Sarahxx

  26. At 06:35 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Natalie wrote:

    Hiya Russ,

    I must be your biggest fan ever at 12 years old. I really missed you last Sunday and I can't wait for the show to start tonight. You will be the best substitiute teacher I've evr heard!! Good luck and hope everything goes OK!!

    Love you loads and loads
    Natalie
    xxx

  27. At 07:29 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Andrew Dowd wrote:

    Hello Russell.
    The very best of luck for tonight. I know it'll be a treat and i WILL be listening as i have done for your BBC Radio 6 series. Enjoy tonight Russell i know i will......

    Till tonight
    Andrew

  28. At 07:32 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Nick W wrote:

    Hour and a bit now Russ, hour and a bit... I've been anticipating this show like the finest cup of chinese tea, brewing in a zen garden, waiting for the perfect flavour.

    Only I expect I won't be drinkin' you as that would be a very cumbersome task, both physically and mentally.

    Have a good one mate!

  29. At 07:42 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Kimmy wrote:

    Grand to see you back on radio after a long couple of weeks!!! Blog is added to favourites for me to check on a regular basis!!! Good luck to you and the others for tonights show - it's gonna be great as ever!
    Take care
    Love and cuddles
    Kimmy xoxo

  30. At 07:49 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Joanna wrote:

    Good luck tonight Russ!! Prove to the masses how ciiiiiting, witty and deserving of the BBC2 audiences you really are! Go kick some butt…

  31. At 08:24 PM on 18 Nov 2006, trish bain wrote:

    Kirsten and I wish you all the luck in the world for the new show! Keep the banter flowing and the water oestrogen-free!
    Looking forward to hearing the new football anthems- can you think of one(broadcastable?) for my team,Crystal Palace?!!

  32. At 08:25 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Shell wrote:

    Hi Russell, Trevor and Matt,

    Counting down to the new show in 'actual' minutes now.

    What could be better than to settle in front of the fire on a cold winters evening and listen to you on the wireless?

    Good luck - although you surely don't need it you talented swines! Have fun!

    xx

  33. At 08:27 PM on 18 Nov 2006, franz indienand wrote:

    good luck with your new show ruzz ol' fella' m' lad, not that you need it. Your unstoppable, and i hope you take on america and the rest of the world soon.

    Make morrissey proud! (your cat and the manc)

    You are the last of the famous international playboys.

  34. At 08:40 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Rory Lawless wrote:

    I wonder what Ole' Russ is doing right this moment, only 20 minutes left until the audio equivalent of Maudsley psychiatric hospital begins. I imagine he's on the toilet or doing something equally as pleasurable.

  35. At 08:42 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Sally Garner wrote:

    I have missed you Russell, Matt and Trevor, you beautiful lads. It's been a long two weeks. Sending you ACTUAL love and boobaloos for your first show, which I know will be a resounding success.

    Love ooooo
    Sally
    xxxxxxx

  36. At 08:57 PM on 18 Nov 2006, pete logan wrote:

    hi russ jus give it the your self mate 2 mins to go me old hearty tally ho an all that

  37. At 09:00 PM on 18 Nov 2006, hornbaguk wrote:

    thank god ur back on radio hope its still as mad as 6music.
    I'll be seeing u 2moz nite in cambridge cant wait !

  38. At 09:39 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Jenny wrote:

    Kenneth Williams Lives !!!!!
    lol

  39. At 09:44 PM on 18 Nov 2006, Odette Gotobed(real name) wrote:

    Hi Russell.What a joy to have you in the media bizniss and successful too. I am a 59 year Laidy in sunny MiltonKeynes. What can we DO about snobs?It seems to me that most of us feel better than others at some time or another. My concern is that those who are good people who lack a sense of equal status to others,need to be pointed in that direction at ALL TIMES.
    Sermon over. Big uo the nice people 'dem!
    I never read previous blogs;sorry(too posh to bother ,ofcourse.).
    Odette.x

  40. At 10:51 PM on 18 Nov 2006, tom mauchline wrote:

    very good
    i didnt comment till i heared cuz then if u were poo
    i could pretend not to have listened and gone out
    on a saturday
    so no dignety loss
    x

  41. At 10:58 PM on 18 Nov 2006, caroline wrote:

    Hey Russell!

    I'm so glad I turned on the radio tonight- was feeling a bit fed up earlier but havent stopped smiling since I tuned in. Its nice to hear a voice thats representative of how i think about some things. x

  42. At 11:17 PM on 18 Nov 2006, maggie wrote:

    Excellent first show on radio 2. In Canada it is on from 5 to 7 so I listen to it with my parents at dinner, via the old internet. Best of luck.

  43. At 12:54 AM on 19 Nov 2006, Jem wrote:

    Wotcher cock!
    Have fun, that's the main thing

  44. At 01:02 PM on 19 Nov 2006, Keith wrote:

    I was out last night, so I set the radio to record your new show. Woke up this morning and had a wonderful start to the day listening to it.

    Good stuff. Don't change too much for Radio Two. I'm several years over 40 but I think both shows have been great, as have the TV shows.

  45. At 01:36 PM on 19 Nov 2006, Lizzie Cornish wrote:

    Hi Russell,

    Good luck with your new show. Maybe you could pop over to the Radio 2 Folk & Acoustic board now and again and sort out all the Teacher's Pets over there who moan and grizzle about what people write and say...Drives me bats!!

    Anyway...the best teachers are those who enjoy and understand life and can pass that on to others....and you always remember the good ones.

    Lizzie :0) x

  46. At 03:22 PM on 19 Nov 2006, rob wrote:

    PODCAST, PODCAST, PODCAST!!
    I missed the show - I'm forced to watch Strictly come dancing (wernt you in the audience a couple of weeks ago?).
    Cant wait for the PODCAST!! - please get Trevor to do it soon.

    Rob

  47. At 03:24 PM on 19 Nov 2006, Gavin Jones wrote:

    Hope the codpast is as good as the radio show...........hold on a minute it is the radio show! Nothing gets past us teach. Also good luck with all the kids bunking off using you as an exscuse for a home education. Imagine 3 million kids all talking like little russell, Morgan and Lock! What a wackified, victorian country it would be. I better reinforce my sky-light now and ban all wellington boots. i bid you adieu.

  48. At 05:54 PM on 19 Nov 2006, heather wrote:

    Tried to do the listen again as my son wanted to listen to his favourite men of the moment, Russ, Matt and Trev, and cant seem to get it to load - anyone else having this problem? And will there be a Podcast - my week wont be complete without giggling and people staring at me whilst on train/bus/dog walking!!! How nice to want to stay in on a Saturday night but may now have to invest in DAB radio that records! Great stuff Russell!

  49. At 07:15 PM on 19 Nov 2006, alf garnetts armpit wrote:

    Like you read these comments.
    Not particularly a fan, not particularly interested either, but you support the 'ammers so you cant be all bad.
    Now if you read these silly comments, forward a few grand to me, contact me thru my email.

  50. At 11:00 PM on 19 Nov 2006, Steve wrote:

    Been trying all day to replay the first show with the Listen Again feature but there seems to be a problem with it. Hopefully it'll get sorted tomorrow.

  51. At 04:39 AM on 20 Nov 2006, Colin wrote:

    Hi Russell,
    Do you have a recipe for Co au Vin ?

  52. At 11:37 AM on 20 Nov 2006, Jamie H wrote:

    The listen again thingy is working now!
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/radio2_aod.shtml?radio2/r2_brand

  53. At 02:26 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Carol wrote:

    A strange bonding feeling to know there were a few of us at least - sitting in on a cold saturday night, around the wireless - even one Mr. Noel Gallagher! As usual, a great show from yous. X

  54. At 04:36 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Sean Piggott wrote:

    Ooh'ello.

    Just heard you, for the first time on Steve Wright, for me sins.

    Am just heading over to your listen again. As a globe trotting Tog, and not having lived in the UK for over 3 years I am open to new things and being a staunch supporter of Sir Terry we welcome new blood to R2. Some Tog's need nothing less than new blood in order to get out of bed in the morning.

    Looking forward to hearing more.

    cheers

    sean

  55. At 04:48 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Hannah wrote:

    Russell we love youuu, Russell we dooo...

    Your first show was brilliant Russ, good luck and for gawd's sake be good!

    Luvooo

    ~x~Hannah~x~

  56. At 04:49 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Hannah wrote:

    Russell (Matt and Trev) we love youuu, Russell (Matt and Trev) we dooo...

    Your first show was brilliant Russ, Matt and Trev (Except Trevor wasnt there for most of it because he was out begging), good luck and for gawd's sake be good!

    Luvooo

    ~x~Hannah~x~

  57. At 05:49 PM on 20 Nov 2006, anna wrote:

    blimey, hes only been here 5 minutes and loooook at all the comments.

    didnt hear you cos me dad cooked me and him in doors some snap, but am gonna listen again at work on wednesday.

    in the meantime, please come to doncaster. it is a cultural/comedic hotbed and i know how much you love those.

    incidentally, the ferret ran up next doors drain pipe and the fire brigade couldnt rescue it. The crazy fool.

  58. At 09:15 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Jo wrote:

    Russell,
    How strange and wonderful it is to listen to you on Radio 2!

    I was a fan of your Radio 6 show (you once helped me sell Duran Duran and Simply Red CDs at a car boot sale - cheers, I made a bit of cash that day).

    It's great to have you on this station and I hope your stay - alongside the likes of such luminaries as Wogan, Long, Radcliffe, Wright, Vine etc - is both long and very fruitful.

    PS: Rumour has it that Morrissey used to walk round Salford with a Proust book under his arm. Proust's favourite cake was a Madeline....what's your favourite cake?

    PPS: Please come and do a gig in North Wales !!!! Several lovely venues await your call!

  59. At 11:57 PM on 20 Nov 2006, Elvis Preseli wrote:

    Good luck Russell and i must say i like it.

    I'd like you to

    Meet THE ONLY Bald, welsh speaking, non-Elvis song singing Elvis tribute act in the World..........

    Elvis Preseli


    www.theburgerking.co.uk

    Welcome to my WORLD..........


    Come on in

  60. At 12:52 AM on 21 Nov 2006, Raffaella wrote:

    boys! where have you been, you leave me without podscast for a whole week! i don`t know if someone had alredy said this but, is this new radio more posh? you sound posher boys.. what`s wrong? i guess you are trying to pretend for a while, looking civilized .. anyway i love you boys! you are all amazing!

  61. At 09:00 AM on 21 Nov 2006, Kevin wrote:

    Hi Russell,

    I heard the show on the listen again thingy as I was in the middle of nowhere on Saturday night and couldn't hear it live. Good show - glad you vetoed the sonic enigma as frankly it was pap.

    The show was quality but I did miss that third hour you had on 6 Music which allowed the lunacy to get into high gear. Maybe the controllers at Radio 2 have kept your show to two hours to stop it getting too fruity.

    Anyway - anna in the comment above is right, you should come to Doncaster as it is not quite the cultural desert it used to be and you'd get a good reception.

    Keep up the good work and keep Matt and Trev in check.

  62. At 12:37 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Helen Evington wrote:

    Oh god - what qualifies Russell Brand to be on Radio 2 - keep him on TV - he's a TV person who is visual in what he does.

    Get back onto TV where you belong you big dandy and leave our radio 2 to the likes of Elaine Paige!

  63. At 01:04 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Matt Meade wrote:

    ere, Russell, nice to hear you on Radio 2 me old cock!
    Make sure you play a bit of Beautiful South every now and then my little sausage sandwich!
    All the very breast,

    Meady in Coventry

  64. At 02:35 PM on 21 Nov 2006, I'm Not Ruth Beesley wrote:

    I

  65. At 03:20 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Bex wrote:

    recipe for coq au vin is quite easy - get some coq and use Monsieur Le Brand's fave chat up line "get in the van".
    Sorted.
    Saw you in Salisbury a couple of weeks ago, you were splendid. Citing seeing you in the flesh aint it? Shame about the leak in the ceiling and the shouty rudeness in the front row. Liked the way you handled it, like a proper victorian gent you was.

    x

  66. At 05:19 PM on 21 Nov 2006, Dale wrote:

    Russel I'm shocked to hear that you and the reprobates that hang around with you were allowed into the Chewton Glen Hotel. My home is just a few miles from there and when I was growing up the likes of me and my mates never thought our kind would ever get in there. The place has the aura of Fort Knox.

    Congrats on the promotion. Next time you're down that way, let me know and maybe you can sneak me and my mates in somewhere else posh.

  67. At 12:53 PM on 24 Nov 2006, Bexleydale wrote:

    Rusk! Do a new photo shoot ,so us purvey girls can see you lookin more like you, can u do some silly expressions and do the dandy to death. ooh your a tonic me boy. If I say so meself. youve got no probs with the show babes. If Jonny Ross can wing it then you can FLY me love. We wanna see loads of you to cheer up our sad dreary little lives. Love you loads. Youre a born star darling. xxxx

  68. At 09:16 PM on 25 Nov 2006, jenny wrote:

    Russ when i said Kenneth Williams lives i meant it as a compliment ...Ken was one of the funniest, wittiest, self deprecating, intelligent...do i need to say more lol x
    love the show

  69. At 09:47 AM on 02 Dec 2006, BECCA wrote:

    HeLlO rUsSeL

    i Am yOuR bIgGeSt fAn


    BeCcAA

  70. At 07:46 PM on 02 Dec 2006, Ben wrote:

    Your very lucky to hug the great Morrissey on your show. Your very Lucky. Im going to send you some Morrissey and The Smiths DVDS. Im from stretford like Morrissey and live 5 mins away from where he used to live hes MY BIGGEST IDOL im sorry its not you, well actaully im not that sorry.

    Does having an annoying voice bother you?

    Love Ben

    Aged 15 (STRETFORD , MANCHESTER)

  71. At 02:33 PM on 04 Dec 2006, Ruth Arloff wrote:

    Russell - I sent an email about your lovely cat + his padding but it appears to be nowhere!! I was saying that your pussy is probably not indicating that you have a bad liver (or maybe you do from past abuse of body) but that he's merely enjoying your relaxed position when you are at rest + that's where he likes to sit. I have two cats + Ziggy, the eldest of the pussys (at a mere 16 months) pads my lap when cuddling up. I was thinking if your theory is correct, that he is indicating that my genitallia is in need of attention (well, I have no doubt about THAT after in access of 3 years without nookie!!) or that after years of abuse in that area, it is knackered. But then, I thought, well that's where he happens to settle when I'm resting, so it's probably the same with Morrissey. Give him a little stroke for me. :-)

  72. At 10:11 PM on 09 Dec 2006, clare wrote:

    There is someone on Mumsnet saying they know you (well a bit more than that actually). I think they are lying.

  73. At 02:16 PM on 01 Jan 2007, Fuzz wrote:

    Hi Russ!! Lovin all your work - you're so talented!
    You've taken Radio2 and kicked its backside into a more credible shape....Well done my friend!
    Fuzz xxxx
    P.s I also find you very attractive....but I'd still love you if you were ugly so don't feel this undermines your work...

  74. At 12:03 AM on 14 Apr 2007, James wrote:

    Hi Russell, sorry to see you're number 2. (So to speak), Who's fries are best? Burger King or McDonalds?

  75. At 12:28 PM on 17 Apr 2007, richard wrote:

    Russell, I have a subject that came to my attention today, insurance. I phoned up and asked if my emergency cover would allow me to have some one come and fix my heating system, i was told the cover would allow some one to come and look at it, but if they had to go away, and get a part, i would have to pay for the part. my point is this is emergency cover, so how can the problem be fixed if the product is not on the van when they come. what i am saying is all of my central heating system must be on the van, or the man has to come back, and my emergency is not sorted there and then, in fact it is not going to be fixed on the spot. this is not emergency cover. this is cover for a call out charge to tell you there is a problem. and you have to buy the parts your self. you know i was not told this when they wanted the cash. this is big companies today.

  76. At 01:50 PM on 19 Apr 2007, Matthew Leyman wrote:

    You show is million times better than Chris Moyles!!! because your fashion taste and your conversations

  77. At 01:12 AM on 20 May 2007, Albert Gummidge wrote:

    Russell you Brute!.. Where in tarnation were you for last week's radio show? How on Earth could you leave a nation starving for entertainment like this? Get back on the airwaves man, the country's sense of humour depends on it!!!

  78. At 07:49 PM on 21 May 2007, So solid crew wrote:

    On Top Gear last night, the terrible trio were racing to Oslo.
    Clarkson was racing in an amazing sports car, and May and Hammond were racing by power boat which blew up so putting them out of the running.
    When May and Hammond got onto dry land, they were called by Clarkson who declared that he had won. When James May got off the dog an bone he said in a loud voice,
    "How do you say, OH COCK!, in Norwegien?"
    They were all wet and bedraggled, while Clarcson was bent over laughing triumphantly in Oslo.

  79. At 07:49 PM on 21 May 2007, So solid crew wrote:

    On Top Gear last night, the terrible trio were racing to Oslo.
    Clarkson was racing in an amazing sports car, and May and Hammond were racing by power boat which blew up so putting them out of the running.
    When May and Hammond got onto dry land, they were called by Clarkson who declared that he had won. When James May got off the dog an bone he said in a loud voice,
    "How do you say, OH COCK!, in Norwegien?"
    They were all wet and bedraggled, while Clarcson was bent over laughing triumphantly in Oslo.

  80. At 12:04 AM on 24 Mar 2008, andy wrote:

    Russell,

    Thanks for being a latter day Saint, complete with Hippy Jesus style - Are you the new messiah? You could be, but Like Damien in the Omen, not know your true role, yet...

    I liked your patience and observance of all things Icke, he can be your John the baptist if you like and pass on his inner lizard teachings to you, although I think he got the idea from the 80's T.V show 'V' - Diana was very tasty - for a lizard, and it lead me into some strange pre-pubescent fetish feelings, although now I'm oddly unsatisfied and disillusioned with women whose lower jaw doesn't disc-locate.

    I don't even know if these comments get through to you, or if this site is another one of those weird places that acts like an electronic graffiti
    wall, and I can't be bothered to check, just in case I'm disillusioned and talking/writing to myself.

    Any way... Revolution, yeah great, extra helpings please... but can you cover Peak oil and get some-one like Rob Newman on your show [as he's well up for it], and will lighten up the end of the world thing with some tasty quips.

    I think it would make for a great show, and seriously every-one is banging on about global warming as a lifestyle option because they feel it will happen in their lifetime some-where [but not until they're senile], where-as Peak oil is happening Now...and will soon be bounding about
    on the lips of the chattering classes like a love blister, something obvious but unsightly.

    Oh yep please play some early Jefferson Airplane
    Volunteers,White Rabbit etc

    p.s

    excuse the grammar and spelling but I went to a comprehensive

    p.s.s

    Is there any option to dole/work in this country? apart from drugs, if so please advise, as I'm stumped.

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