Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Thanks for the Magic

This is a sad story, no matter what you may think of the rioters in London last summer.

Jamie Waylett (pictured above in costume) who played the villain bully to Daniel Radcliffe's 'Harry Potter' in all the films, has just been jailed for 2 years for taking part in those London riots and being videoed drinking from looted bottles of Champagne by CCTV, as well as other evidence.

He played the over-weight villain in all those films from the age of ten years old, but - unlike his co-stars, Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint - was ditched after the final film and left to make his own way in the world thereafter. I believe he trained as a plumber.

Evidently, he found it hard to deal with 'fame', and took to what the tight-fucking-arsed, 'Christian' organisations called cannabis, though those stupid idiots are too dim to understand the difference between ordinary cannabis and the modern evil, 'skunk', having never smoked anything in their lives.

If you look up this poor 22 year-old lad's story now, you will be asked to sign a petition to ban 'cannabis' - as if it were not banned already! I detest idiot Christians!

So the moral of the story is that fantasy is just that - even for the people who create it for you.

Spare a thought for this young man who - like about 150 others before him - is being used as a scapegoat and example by the Metropolitan Authorities to give you a little hint that we do NOT - as a society - approve of riots.

I will - despite my advanced age - be rioting (sorry, I mean 'demonstrating') if there is any hint that scum like Murdoch will be allowed to destroy the BBC, though. I may even buy a licence soon, even though I do not watch TV.

Or, alternatively...

Throw away the keys and let the fat bastard rot in hell!


19 comments:

  1. I can't believe you don't watch "The Antique Road Show". Oh, the candle sticks and glasses!

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    1. That's the one program I actually miss!

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  2. He's been a very naughty boy... Did you ever see that report from the Met' that said 75% of all impounded Cannabis contained Crack Cocaine? No-one believed them.

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    1. That's because they were lying - as usual.

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  3. Spare a thought for him? If indeed he took part in the rioting I shall not bother thanks

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  4. My heart bleeds for him - NOT!

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  5. If you get the opportunity do read Robert Crampton in yesterday's Times 2 Tom. And if you do then please let me know what you think of the article.

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    1. I'll read the article tonight, Weaver.

      I have heard that he was carrying Molotov cocktails too, but I'm not sure about this.

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  6. I wasn't asking for anyone to pity him as a rioter, just as a fat kid who grew up and realised (unlike the rest of them) that he was never really an actor n the first place. I'm not supporting mindless rioting either, but 2 years for drinking stolen Champagne seems a little harsh to me.

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  7. I was dropped by the Harry Potter films too (I was a broomstick) but you didn't see me looting and rioting.

    I'd have nicked the whiskey anyway, the bloody little idiot.

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  8. Two years seems a bit over-the-top for even that pathetic scoundrel. I agree with you, Tom. Well said...

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    1. The thing is that he played a pathetic little scoundrel in all the flicks - from the age of 10 until about 20.

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  9. If my kids drag me to another Harry Potter film, I may start rioting.
    m.

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    1. There won't be another Harry Potter film, Mark - that's the whole point.

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  10. See the above addition to the post.

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