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New GONG from Twining

February 24, 2007

Goes to: SIR IAN FOR ORIGINALLY SUPPORTING ANOTHER GUN AMNESTY BUT FOR NOT INCLUDING AN AMNESTY ON KNIVES AND BANDANAS! I LOVE THIS PICTURE. OF COURSE THIS REALLY IS SIR IAN AT A GURUDHWARA. ANYWAY HE STILL LOOKS FUNNY. ANY GUESSES AS TO COMMENTS FROM HIS STAFF OFFICER? THE BEST COMMENTS I PROMISE WILL GET A GOOD TWINING GONG! ALL CREDIT TO SIR IAN FOR WEARING THE HEAD SCARF.
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10 comments

  1. You still don’t understand, do you? You are too engrossed in your own (selfish and self-centred) perception of discrimination, that you cannot see the wood for the trees.Get a grip! Get a life.


  2. anonymous:Don’t be so rude. Blackinblue is very good. He tells it like it is.


  3. Anonymous if you dont like reading this blog, why don’t you read something else. And yes you are rude and you hide with an anonymous name.


  4. I understand very well.


  5. Anonymous. I hope to God you are not a police officer because your views smack of racism. Do you really care about Lawrence,Walker or the young White youth killed because they are White? Please, don’t even bother answering this question. You are rude, aggressive and very very wrong. Please don’t be a Senior Manager in the job. Are you a BNP member?


  6. I wonder why anonymous is, well, anonymous


  7. Is he holding sword as well as wearing a hat?


  8. Franky man you are in contention for a positive Diversity gong. Do you think we should ask him what he is doing? What if we asked his Staff Officer, what would they say? Is he auctionning it? He looks lost. Love him or loathe him he is The Commissioner.


  9. This is how it goes…Sir Ian Blair says,” Erm thank you, I don’t know what to say, I’m actually lost for words. I shall put this up in my house. And I will give the bandana to my son.”

    Sir Ian then says to his Staff Officer, “Do these people shake hands here?”

    The Staff officer replies, ” No boss, just walk out.”

    Sir Ian says, “But what about the samosas and chutney.” The press relase the next day from the Met reads, “Sir Ian enjoyed the day with the Sikh community. We all enjoyed the samosas and the steel band too.”



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