Discussion in 'NRL Media Watch' started by Foreign Legion, Feb 19, 2016.
I missed it as well, it was glorious.
Well, Christianity. Like many on the left, he's unusually silent about certain other Abrahamic faiths...
If you put a book together of his columns highlighting how much of a merkin he is and release it the same due his next copy and lasted historical book comes out it would be great to see it outsell it
The day yours truly made a big impression on Maradona
What a wanker
I am I was I will. Me me me. Ive. Me. Bandana. Me Third person. Me. I. This me.
Narcissist ! Wanker !
Then he also manages to get a plug in for his book about Breaker Morant when talking about Cam Smith's book.
And then has the hide to bag out Greg Norman for being egotistical!!
Why hasn't some one invented a hankerchief and toilet paper brand with Fitzy's head on it?
It would outsell his shit books.
Not living up to your handle this time, old mate.
Fitzsimons is very boring.
I was at the all stars game quite a few years ago in Brisbane and they sang the anthem in both languages. They ruggers mob carrying on like it’s the first time its ever been done!
"Give our company a bumpity- bumpity- bump every time you dumpity- dumpity- dump!"
Those with sharp eyes will have noted that PF seems to have lost his red bandanna. Maybe an image update?
I think he's finally come to terms with his baldness.
The Beatles wrote a song about the clown. I, Me, Mine.
Pretty sure his wife’s boyfriend used it to wipe up after he was done.
Crass.... But I'll allow it....
Couldn't be long until Malcolm Knox starts wearing the red bandana too.
A nine-month-old feud between two of the biggest egos in national journalism reignited spectacularly last week when Stan Grant executed a revenge attack on Peter FitzSimons.
Journalists Stan Grant and Peter FitzSimons.CREDIT:JOHN SHAKESPEARE
Previously warm relations between the pair have been up and down since their opinion page fisticuffs last year over FitzSimons’ book on Captain James Cook. Grant took to this paper’s opinion pages to label some parts of the book as “ludicrous”.
Fast forward to last week when Grant contributed a chapter to The Australian’s progressive murder mystery novel (progressive in its publication schedule, obviously not in its politics), an attempt by the boring broadsheet to liven up the silly season.
Grant set his chapter at “Fitzy and Lisa’s Australia Day barbecue at their grand house overlooking Sydney Harbour” - the home of The Sydney Morning Herald columnist and his wife, The Project presenter, Lisa Wilkinson.
“What a woke leftie love-in that was: journos, actors, writers, a couple of ex-Wallabies (well it was the north shore), a few washed up politicians, even a couple of Liberals (small l of course) and a former managing director of the ABC for good measure.
“Everyone there voted yes for same-sex marriage — the year before last, they’d all tearily applauded their first gay married couple guests — they hated the Catholic Church and had cried when Kevin Rudd said sorry.”
Grant’s takedown appeared without the decency of a warning. The pair didn’t speak in the aftermath but did exchange angry texts. Both sounded nonplussed when CBD called.
“It’s fiction, it’s satire. Have a laugh. I mock myself as much as anyone else in it,” Grant said, before hastening off the phone.
“I will leave it for others to judge,” FitzSimons said before hastening off the phone.
Clash of the titans or clash of the titanic egos?
I was hoping he just straight up called him a merkin
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