'Block hate-fuelled websites' says Daily Mail, apparently not ironically
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I guess they want to establish a monopoly. Or maybe they're embarrassed by the kinds of people who like to hang out with them. "OMG all these racists are following me around, and like all I've done is blame everything on foreigners and immigrants for the past 100 years...."
Oxy, I like this idea, but feel that it's a little 'clunky'.
May I suggest that the latter part may be better as "...., without a hint of irony."?
It could well just be me, but as it stands it doesn't flow.
Stars all the same.
Agree with Jeni; note, Mr Wiltshire is doing something on the same lines - would be nice to complement each other ?
Great idea but I agree that the flow is a little off. Not that I can think of anything better...
'Block hate-fuelled websites' says Daily Mail -- ironically, not ironically
'Block hate-fuelled websites' says Daily Mail -- not ironically, ironically
was all I could come up with.
Just to add my two penny worth.
You could substitute 'rages' for 'says' and leave off the ironic ending.
Nice little ticker though Oxbridge.
Ooh, I like Dick's.
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