Jeremy Vine


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It was spoken about on HIS show, plenty of times.

It was Randy. It is a show where people debate both sides of the argument. For every person advocating "forced vaccinations and removing non vaccinated people from society" (which is a to be honest a bit disingenuous from what was actually debated) there was another, such as Mike Parry, Carole Malone etc debating even more vigorously for no lockdowns, no jabs in the NHS etc.

I certainly can not remember Vine advocating or campaigning on his show for anything that you imply.


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Catcher in the rye, by the way. :)

Awful, awful book.
One of my school books.
Still got a copy on the bookshelf(y)


"If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you`l want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I dont feel like going into it."


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The bloke loves asking on his phone in how people are coping with the energy crisis whilst earning an absolute fortune as BBCs shock jock. The other day it was truly tragic stories from disabled people and thier carers who can't afford to use specialist equipment because of energy costs. Calls end with some pseudo sympathetic trope from vine and a classic track from ELO
He's basically being paid to do his job then?

Not sure that means that he's wrong about the social media thing though. YouTube's response to criticism is usually a half baked defence based on them demonitising people's accounts.


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The blokes shirt was probably an aggravating factor in his sentence. He looks like five or six clowns stitched together.

Catcher in the rye is indeed a terrible book. I kept reading till the end. I was convinced it must get better as loads of people think it's a great book. It doesn't.


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You know exactly what Im talking about:

"...when he himself was advocating forced vaccinations and removing non vaccinated people from society as a whole on social media and national television."

This is nonsense.
Leave it there.

I`m off to read Herman Melville`s "Moby d*ck"
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Ahab dies in the end Roofie. Good book though. What is the ship called the peroqua or some such?