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Bravo, jolly well done to whoever approved The Guardian sending itself up (at least I think it’s a piece related to the date only) –

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLVGhU3nWYA

Fittingly the goggles are ready synchronised with life on Upper Street. That’ll keep the locals enthused. However, while the kicker “you let us do the thinking, so you can get on with the living” suggests that The Guardian really does know its readership, if anyone in government picks it up they’ll have a real world prototype coming our way soon.

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9 thoughts on “GUARDIAN GOGGLES MIGHT BE A JOKE TODAY …

  1. Even when they try to make a funny, Guardianista’s come across as joyless fools.
    Good concept shame about the muppets doing it.

  2. Begrudgery much Dog?

    Well done to the Guardian for this brillianty deadpan piece. I wonder when the Daily Mail will ever stop screaming about the degeneration of the fabric of British life do a similar piece to show it also has a sense of humor?

  3. Nope I reserve the right to point and laugh at the po faced. Oy po face!

    Still if ‘La Grauniad’ has spare cash to make a funny perhaps instead they might consider paying their ‘fair moral share’ of taxes? Or not laying off journo’s. Instead of hiding behind the very offshore trusts (cough Scott) that they themselves a la Toynbee rail against. Hmmm wotcha say? Hip Hip Hypocrisy?

    Labour seem keen on the little people (but most especially not them) paying taxes on morality grounds rather than fiscal so whaddya say Grauniad? Dig deep for Grauniad aid..Bob Geldof will be singing about that before long natch!

    The Daily Mail ran a bit about Owls delivering mail a la Harry Potter. Seemed humerous to me but hey you be the judge..or did you actually believe it?

  4. Still if ‘La Grauniad’ has spare cash to make a funny perhaps instead they might consider paying their ‘fair moral share’ of taxes? Or not laying off journo’s. Instead of hiding behind the very offshore trusts (cough Scott) that they themselves a la Toynbee rail against. Hmmm wotcha say? Hip Hip Hypocrisy?

    A perfect example of humorlessly taking a facetiously April Fool’s piece and juxtapositioning it with a story that is has no relevance to to score political points.

    Humor bypass for Daily Mail readers?

  5. Nope just a collossal hypocrisy overload for La Grauniad. Defending the indefensible again? If you can’t see that then perhaps YOUR ‘Guardian goggles’ are working as intended.

    Hip Hip Hypocrisy eh? How’s your paying taxes based on morality thresholds coming along…go on let’s have a giggle at that then.

  6. Defending the indefensible again?

    Well done to the Guardian for this brillianty deadpan piece. I wonder when the Daily Mail will ever stop screaming about the degeneration of the fabric of British life do a similar piece to show it also has a sense of humor?

    I thought I was defending having a sense of humor on April Fool’s Day. Perhaps you’d like to remind me what I’m defending again?

  7. Dear reader a reminder…your defending…Self defined ‘Tax cheats’ wasting cash that should be going to the poor.

    Humorless? Moi? I nearly choked on my ethically sourced peace crisps!

  8. Second thougts though maybe it’s not such a waste more a desperate measure.

    Consider Feb 13 circulation figures…La Graun less than 200K a month vs Mail 1.83m over the same period. Oww thats gotta hurt. No wonder they need to fiddle the taxes.

  9. You’re defending…Self defined ‘Tax cheats’ wasting cash that should be going to the poor.

    Where?

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