So I turn on the BBC news this morning at 5.58, eagerly anticipating my quick dose of the news and the ManU appreciation society. So what do I get? 7 minutes of the American oscars, what the hell is that all about, do I care? A bunch of actors, blowing smoke up themselves with their customary annual pat on the back, and the BBC use my money to send out a star struck twit bird, who's old enough to know better, to report on them. Like we care! It's embarrassing to let them think we are all as shallow as they are.
Then to top it, the film that wins it, was the biggest load of rubbish I've seen for years, the Dirtbox locker, it tries to show that America are the only country in Iraq dismantling bombs, who do they think they are? The only country that wins all the wars, shame on you America. We should leave them alone and send our troops to the Falklands, let them sort out their own mess.
Then they show a bit when the SAS get involved, and you know what, they get killed by the insurgents, not the Americans though, they are way too good. Pukey, pukey.
I watched it with Mrs Bear, she didn't make the end, she fell asleep, I only watched to the end because I paid for the DVD and won't be beaten, what a load of vomit making, badly acted and directed crap.
So why does it sum up Broken Britain? Well it shows that even the BBC now consider celebrity above the news, and that my friends is what is wrong.
Terry, Cashley and Beckham all sold various events to the low life trailer trash magazines, I believe, and that shows that celebrity has taken over from reality, getting on in life and working hard is not important anymore, Jesus H, look at Gordon Brown's wife, she has a dozen of them a week in Downing Street and that monster wasn't even elected (nor was Gordon Brown, but that's another matter).
So this appears to be the way this country and football is going, well not on my watch it isn't! I'll say it the way I feel like it should be said. Screw the underclass.
NOW ONTO ARSENAL!
Porto next up, maybe with Cesc, maybe not, I would sooner rest him and keep him for the EPL, play the team we played on Saturday, minus Denilson and we should blow them away, we'll have a different ref (from Portugal) and it won't be the ref that did the Villa vs Mancs game, so in theory we should be alright.
I fancy Theo, Eboue and Rosicky to torment them, and with Nasri pulling the strings in the middle with Diaby, we should have more than enough in the locker.
I suspect Nikki will spring into life after the misses against Burnley, the last time I saw anyone miss that many open goals was... ...well Bendtner , and funny enough it was against Burnley, so maybe we can chalk that down to it being his bogey team and move on.
Hopefully he'll bring Campbell back to replace Silvestre and we'll be more solid at the back, let them lose on him (Silvestre) and we may well concede, and that as we know will spell disaster, we need a goal, but we should try for 3 or 4, I will never feel safe with this keeper sitting on a 1 goal lead, so 3 goals in the first half will make me and 50,000 odd others at the ground feel more comfortable.
Good to see Theo back on track, good to see the Eboue we thought we had bought years ago and great to see Rosicky and Nasri playing like people conducting an orchestra at last.
I'm going for a comfortable win, but only if I see a team that resembles this.
Almunia (no choice, sorry)
Eboue Campbell Vermaelen Clichy
Rosicky Nasri Diaby
Theo Bendtner Arshavin
Have a great day today Grovers, today we start the big, big up, for tomorrow.