Friday, January 14, 2005
Quote of the Week
From Ian Bell in the Glasgow Herald (10 January):
"On Saturday the Daily Telegraph, or some other sane and rational paper, reported triumphantly that the BBC had received 50,000 complaints over the broadcasting of a musical with salt on its tongue. In a country with a population of roughly 59 million, that’s 0.0848% of all available righteous indignation."