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Aug. 11th, 2005

Apparently Kevin Myers, that well-known misogynist and faux-Irishman (to paraphrase Krusty the Klown, I used to think he was just another self-hating Irish person, until I found out that he's actually just an English bigot) has been "let go" by the Torygraph, where he's been producing an even more obnoxious version of his ultra-obnoxious IT column. Let's see how he can blame this on feminists! Because you know he will, somehow, as despite our invisibilty in government, we are nevertheless running the country and the media. Through our magical evil Eve-like manipulative powers, I suppose. In yesterday's column, Myers said that one of the two taboos in modern Irish society was "questioning the triumphalist feminist agenda", which makes me think that he really does live in some sort of bizarre bubble (which is probably a good thing for the rest of us, imagine the horror if he were let loose on the world).

Thank God for Fintan O'Toole, who remains the only person I've ever heard actually challenging John Waters's freakish claims of feminist rule, by asking him where all these powerful feminists actually were and why weren't they doing something about access to childcare, abortion and other feminist issues.

Anyway. Apparently his sacking may halve poor little Kev's income. I seldom revel in the misfortune of others, but......bwahahahahahahahha! See, we really are all evil.


Aug. 11th, 2005 01:16 pm (UTC)
Tell me more about the sacking of the sack!? OH MY GOD.

I think perhaps there is a god, and she's pretty cool in my books right now.

The feminist agenda sure is dangerous. If there were gender equality and mutual understanding, where would he find his hateful, spiteful allies?

I am doing a little dance. Dance dance dance dance dance. I hope he ends up living in a block of flats, surrounded by all of those single mothers he loves so much.


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