Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Friday, November 28, 2008

Hypocritical Knobhead of The Year

Hypocritical Knobhead of The YearCongratulations to Nanny's schools' minister, Jim Knight, for winning my new and prestigious award "Hypocritical Knobhead of The Year".

Knight, in true Nanny form, chose to lecture parents that they shouldn't let their kids spend so long in front of the computer and should stop kids from "cultivating their empire of Faecesbook friends".

Maybe so...

However, there is one small fly in Knight's oinkment.

Can you guess what that is children?

Yes, that's right, Knight has a Faecesbook account himself...with over 900 "friends".

Jim Knight, well deserving winner of Hypocritical Knobhead of The Year.

By the way, should someone wearing a beret like that be allowed anywhere near a school?

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  1. Anonymous11:09 AM

    Another case of Labour.....Don't do as we do, do as we say!!

  2. Anonymous12:35 PM

    Oooh Betty!

  3. Anonymous12:46 PM

    What a hypocrite!

  4. Anonymous5:24 PM

    How often are to going to announce the Hypocritical Knobhead of the Year Award? We're going to need more than one a year.

  5. Anonymous9:42 AM

    If there were the facilities available when I was a child now, then I suspect that children would be more inclined to go out and play instead.

    Sadly, due to the campaign on fear that Nanny has embarked upon, kids are no longer allowed to play outside for fear of peados and terrorists. Oh, and people driving over 2 mph.

    Add to that the fact that 'play-parks' as we used to call them are being used up to build blocks of flats on them at an incredible rate (ours has been closed for 2 years - still no building work, yet chained up and a gate installed to stop anyone from using it).

    The same could be true of adults - the lack of anything else to do where social interation may occur (pubs anyone? Ooh no, is your local boarded up as well?) have forced people onto the internet to interact.

    Is it any wonder that this, ahem, government want to take control of domain registrations from Nominet and to introduce a licencing scheme for "Internet bloggers"?

    Scary stuff.