Thursday, July 09, 2009

Margate Blogger A 'Chippy Twat' Says Ramsgate Blogger

Well honestly, if he's going to have a pop at me! You'd think he'd have something better to moan about, but I'm afraid poor old Tony is rapidly running out of ideas, and has had to steal a few crumbs from the table of Thanet's premier blog (moi).

Should have gone and got yourself a decent education, Tone. Then maybe your blog would be better written and more popular. Oh dear, that's put the cat amongst the pigeons, methinks.

31 comments:

tony flaig bignews said...

"like being savaged by a dead sheep"

Eastcliff Richard said...

8/10 Tony. You dropped a couple of marks for failing to start your sentence with a capital letter, and finish with a full stop, but that's 'normal for Margate'. Everything was nicely spelt, so good for you dear!

Anonymous said...

I think the old oxygen of publicity quote applies .

Given nobody reads to his blog he feels the need to stumble on to yours to try and get some coverage.

I do not know what his spat is this time as it would mean going on to his blog which takes forever to load and frankly is never worth it when it does, so I would rather stay in bliss full ignorance .

Keep up the good work Dick and do not rise to the bait, sooner or later he will bore himself to death. Mrs Tara Plumbing Blog reads like F Scott Fitzgerald by comparison .

Lucy Mail said...

'Spelt' sounds like an Americanism, even if it (technically) isn't.
'Spelled' has a much nicer ring to it!
Maybe you could have a poll?
And no, Tony, that doesn't mean inviting your neighbours over.

Anonymous said...

Don't they serve 'spelt' at that trendy new fish restaurant in Ramsgate?

Anonymous said...

Don't know yet. Haven't smelt it yet.

Anonymous said...

I have. It's not cheap. I shelt out heaps.

Anonymous said...

Oh and the waiter spilt our drinks.

Anonymous said...

I felled the wine soaking into my trousers.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear ECR. You draw a blanket conclusion concerning Tony's education, probably completed before your father ejaculated your sorry sperm cell somewhere other than a handy tissue. On the 13th May 2007 Tony wrote on his blog 'Anyway I don't attempt to compete with professional writers, since I believe myself to be dyslexic, and left school with no English language qualification but with the aid of new technology, it's easy to write even if it's crap.' Whatever your education ECR, possibly trendy Holland Park Comprehensive was your choice school? I doubt it was better than Tony’s up to age 16. I see no fault with Tony and if Dyslexia hinders him you doubtless are aware it also hinders thousands of others! As for dropping a capital letter being normal for Margate, I question why you used apostrophes. Maybe normal for DFLers? Your city arrogance is betrayed by this comment concerning people living in Margate, alas you ignore the fact that many people in Thanet moved from London in which case maybe you see yourself aloof in a class of your own, many an anthem sung around the dinner tables of Islington in support of the Prol's until they come too close for comfort. Is that you ECR?

Anonymous said...

LOL at ECR you headline really did make me laugh! Keep up he good work old bean!

Anonymous said...

It is not Dyslexia that hinders Tony.

He is a crashing bore with a monumental chip on his shoulder, with nothing interesting to say.

Having playground pops at other more entertaining bloggers and then hiding behind a disability is the kind of thing a seven year old does , get a grip , or just give up.

Anonymous said...

Now then girls, put the handbags down. I thoroughly enjoy reading ECRs daily take on life in the millionaire's playground and also occasionally read Tone's Margate blog too. Both have vital roles to play here although in different leagues methinks. Both entertain and inform and at the end of it all, perhaps we shouldn't take the rants, musings and yells too seriously.

Tony's done some good work keeping Kent TV in their place and I hope he has the courage still to give them what for when he can - their extended contract should provide some good fodder for him.

ECR obviously enjoys fanning the flames of many a fire and I hope he/she will continue to be a pmple on the arse of Thanet for a long time yet and gives the bankrupt councillors and officers a hard time.

Incidentally, correct spelling, decent punctuation and knowing when to use - and not use - capital letters is important so please try to maintain a high standard or you'll lose readers. Nothing worse than a useful message being totally lost in a garbled mess of literals. (Apologies for any trypos).

Anonymous said...

"And what skills did you master in life", asked Saint Peter.

"Oh I can spell," said eager ECR

"Thing is", said Peter, "The Guvnor is only currently requisite of people who can fix railway lines".

"Oh I will go and spell in hell and make my wordies rhyme as well", said impish ECR, "Oh and by the way when you let in Mr Flaig, to cure your railway of the ague, care well for Sainted Geldoff Bob or he'll get Flaig's sleeper in his gob".

Anonymous said...

ECR you are an excellent camp follower. But that is all.

Older and possibly wiser? said...

If you don't stop this arguing you two I'll bang your heads together - as my mother used to say.

Eastcliff Richard said...

Crumbs! That seems to have stirred up the amateur educational psychologists in some of you!

I'm not sure Tony would appreciate being called a 'prol', 12:37am. As for all this talk about sorry sperm cells, well, at least the one that created me beat off the competition. I rather suspect yours won't have that chance as you're obviously too busy beating yourself off in the wee small hours.

You question 'normal for Margate' being in apostrophes. Once again, whilst clearly having pretensions of being some kind of educated man of the Thanetian people (contradiction in terms?), you missed the allusion to 'NFN', which is what examiners used to forgivingly write next to iffy A level answers - Normal For Norfolk. Hence the apostrophes.

Still, help is at hand, rather than in the palm of yours old bean. I've had a word with Dr Fraudstein my celebrity psychoanalyst, and he thinks he can help prevent you staying awake all night fretting over why your father was such a cunt towards you when you were growing up, and taking it out on innocent bloggers. For a fee.

And Tony? Well, judging by his response I think he's already got the joke.

Peter Checksfield said...

Please keep me out of this anon 8:32!

Anonymous said...

ECR rules KO.

tony flaig bignews said...

What can I add, in reply to East's, my initial response is an observation from Dennis Healy referring to Geoffrey Howe.

The difference between me and East is that ECR plods a safe path of getting excited and about seagulls and litter an occasional swipe at TDC served up with lashing of predictable toilet humour.

Its unfortunate that perhaps that I don't always no when to back off, on Police, Politicians, Freemasons and dare I say Media.

I see things sometimes from the coal face, assuming East is a middle class professional, when I mention migration, I'm acutely aware of the people I've met who've lost jobs & income, now naturally, most see this as the preoccupation of the white male manual worker, however in reality its the concern of all manual workers.

I might overstate the dyslexia, stuff but it is true that a post will generally take me twenty minutes to write and then two hours to hammer into some near readable form just so that Blighter East can go over in some detail to render my comments worthless with a cruel comment about a missed place coma or apostrophe.

As for nicking stuff from his blog I feel that I have had some influence on his popular yet undemanding blog, His current "masthead" head owes much to the style of my previous one, twitter he jumped on a week or two after me, although in his case he'd probably tell us he got the idea after bumping into his old pal Mr Fry.

I remember the telephone call I had a while back after I'd changed my blog from two columns to three, and East's nonchalant enquiry how do you do that? In an unusually competitive response I told my fellow blogger to F**K OFF! (I think we both laughed)

On the old idea's front I've had my share I do think I cover a broader spectrum and I am proud to have offend the odd bureaucrat and politician.

Maybe a regret is that of attacking some institutions like Freemasons who I think have a long reach, which may well have been behind attempts to de-rail me.

Anyhow as you can see I tend to wander off topic, unlike the ECR.

Despite Eastcliff being a grade 'a' tit, he's also been very supportive, the unfortunate thing is since ECR's anon he doesn't get to experience the public's adulation, anyway I'm sure that one day ECR will with his tight adherence to spelling grammar and punctuation, improve his all important google page rank currently languishing at 3/10 unlike more creditable bloggers who've obtained a higher ranking 4/10

Anyway for the time being I'll leave it at that, I have not checked through so if East you'd like to whip out your red biro

Eastcliff Richard said...

Well that's awfully gracious of you Tony. In parts!

Just a minor point. My blog actually predates yours. I rather thought it was you who'd copied me.

And I only correct your spelling and grammar on occasions when you're being a chippy sod and I know it'll annoy you. Ordinarily I couldn't give a stuff about how people say or write things. I just personally prefer to be precise when I'm writing.

As you know me much better than some of the Onanists who've commented here, you've clearly taken all this in the spirit it was meant and for that I'll give you 10/10. I do apologise for not picking up on your Kent TV scoop before it appeared in the wider media. On a serious note, I do sometimes find it hard to navigate through all the advertising you seem to be carrying these days.

Anyhow, it's good to set the blogosphere alight now and then, and do keep on stuffing it to politicians, freemasons, Kent TV and bikers!

Anonymous said...

Tony how does it feel to be supported by tits? A sort of brassiere in reverse.

Eastcliff Richard said...

Given the state of my moobs I'll soon be wearing a mrassiere meself!

tony flaig bignews said...
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tony flaig bignews said...

sort of bouncy

King of Thanet said...

For goodness sake, don't you realise that to any really educated person, and I don't mean the sort who gets a doctorate from a pathetic excuse for an American university, the pair of you consistently sound like a couple of dying parasites arguing who owns the dog shit you find yourself upon.

ECR is a failed local paper hack living in a shithole and Tony is just a nobody in a dead town. ECR has never worked for any decent publications and Tony has done little with his life.

The best thing the pair of you could do now is give up this pointless blogging and make your way to a real place like London, where, if you are lucky you might earn a bit of money and then forget all this cowadly lashing out at your betters lark.

And before you start whining, yes Ezekiel looks like a thug and speaks like he has a brain injury, Latchford looks like he wears ladies knickers but can't get it up and the rest of the shower of shits at TDC couldn't be trusted to look after a dog, let alone a dying collection of towns. But nevertheless, beside even those poorly educated, pompous, worthless pieces of shit, the pair of you look like a couple of whining little pussies.

Eastcliff Richard said...

Oh dear. Overdone the dramamine again, have we?

Anonymous said...

Oooh, I'd love to get my arms round Tony's big flabby waist and give him a big kiss and cuddle. I am such a chubby chaser!

Beverley said...
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Beverley said...

Pub, club or blog, everything in Thanet ends up like this thread - a load of rotten, pointless bickering. From the lowliest Chav, all the way up to those representing Thanet on the internet. Everything in Thanet ends in a slanging match.

However, Tony Flaig, IMHO you should stop playing the fcuking dyslexia card ... it's tired, it's old, no-one cares, and what browser comes without a spell checker now ? None that I know of ... I mean, really, does portraying yourself as some sort of societal urban victim earn you enough sympathy to make the cruel taunts of the literate worthwhile? Spellcheck. If you can't find it in your browser, then draft it in Word - and then copy and paste it. But don't give it with the "hours" you spend when it would take 5 minutes to learn how to use spellcheck/grammar check.

Peter Checksfield said...

All of your comments seem to just criticise bloggers & their grammer Beverley (I recall you writing something similar on Mrs Tara Plumbling's blog a while back). Can't you ever find anything positive to say about anyone?

Strange that all the critics of bloggers come from people who (a) can't be arsed to blog themselves, & (b) still take the time to read the blogs.

As for Tony's (& others') grammar, surely the actual message is more important?