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October 26, 2012

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Strategist

Are you saying that Manchester's own tat moguls have no local production capability whatsoever? Is the deindustrialisation of the city that complete?

I'm thinking of making Barry an offer for his 40,000 Osama Bin Laden urinal cakes. I mean, how hard could it be to doctor the pic into Jimmy? (Probably best not to say touch up)

john b

Possibly not masks, but fancy dress Savile costumes were a thing even before the current saga. Could be being repurposed.

Matt Heath

The fancy dress shop I go past always has a huge number of thin, paper masks done from photos of celebrity faces. I expect adding Savile to those would be economically viable.

CMcM

The work of the yellow press in developing this story will not be done until the tat industry places a large scale order for George Entwistle masks.

johnf

>The work of the yellow press in developing this story will not be done until the tat industry places a large scale order for George Entwistle masks.

Is it possible to actually see anything if you look into George Entwhistle's face though? Like the man its so bland it disappears as you look at it.

Alex

Dutch tropical fish spam is positively reassuring.

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