Friday, August 26, 2011

Bush Interview

I am looking forward to this. George Bush has given a rare post presidential interview for the National Geographic for the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It is his first ever extensive interview about the events of that day. It will be televised on the National Geographic station next week. Below is a sample.

6 comments:

Paul said...

Ted, I'll look forward to this too. On a separate issue on my own blog I found one sure way of getting rid of tiresome trolls was to adjust the comment settings so that only those with a blogger account can comment. It might stop the incessant shite that is spewed by certain people. Blogger accounts are easily obtained but it is very easy to delete hateful and stupid individuals. individuals. Plus they can't remain anonymous. Besides that keep up with the good work and all the best for the RWC of course. Good game on Saturday although Ireland have had some bad luck.

Anonymous said...

So we'll be seeing the end of the incessant godshite Paul then.

Paul said...

Why must you remain anonymous Egan? I note another useful contribution to a debate has been proffered.

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

Thanks for the tip. I'll look into it. It has been a bad warm up campaign for us. Lost every game. I don't think the southern hemisphere have too much to worry about. We will see. Looking forward to it. How are England looking ?

Paul said...

Well both England and Ireland tend to do better once it gets to international tournaments. I have been a little surprised at Ireland's recent poor form although some key players were missing. I reckon though that out of the northern teams, Ireland, England, Wales and France all have the potential to make the semis although perhaps only France are certain to. Still the outcome can often be a surprise as England made it to the last final and that was very lucky of them indeed.

Ted Leddy said...

Paul

Not an impressive start from either Ireland or England. France also. Wales could be a dark horse. I am enjoying it so far.