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(ITV)   Britain's National Trust opens Big Brother house to the public. Asinine tag seen self-harming in the corner, will go to the interview room momentarily   (itv.com) divider line 8
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2013-09-27 10:24:25 AM
FTA: The custodian of many of the UK's most important properties is giving visitors the chance to peruse the custom-built house across two days.

They're not converting it into a museum or anything, Subby. Somebody cares to see it, just not me.
 
2013-09-27 10:36:18 AM
The sole confession of his wife.

Which he ate and donated.
 
2013-09-27 11:27:59 AM
The American house isn't open to the public because it's still being fumigated.
 
2013-09-27 11:36:53 AM
My wife is obsessed with this show every year, and even she can find no way to explain why it's worth a minute of her time as it's so mind-numbingly stupid. How this shiat even stays on the air is a mystery to me and I simply wish it would go away.
 
2013-09-27 11:49:44 AM
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2013-09-27 12:12:23 PM

Pangea: They're not converting it into a museum or anything, Subby. Somebody cares to see it, just not me.


Subby here, and yes, I know. The headline just popped into my head, and I couldn't resist. Except because I don't watch this twaddle, I didn't realize they actually call it a diary room. Bleh.

The asinine tag is well-deserved, though. The National Trust is supposed to be about homes that have real historical and cultural significance, not completely unimportant commercial pap like this. What next, the National Trust tour of homes used in the Carry On films? (Wait, that would actually have MORE cultural significance than Big Brother.)
 
2013-09-27 01:55:02 PM

gweilo8888: Pangea: They're not converting it into a museum or anything, Subby. Somebody cares to see it, just not me.

Subby here, and yes, I know. The headline just popped into my head, and I couldn't resist. Except because I don't watch this twaddle, I didn't realize they actually call it a diary room. Bleh.

The asinine tag is well-deserved, though. The National Trust is supposed to be about homes that have real historical and cultural significance, not completely unimportant commercial pap like this. What next, the National Trust tour of homes used in the Carry On films? (Wait, that would actually have MORE cultural significance than Big Brother.)


The National Trust should also be used to chart the downfall of a society, for histories sake, I suppose. Heh.
 
2013-09-27 02:10:55 PM

Pangea: The National Trust should also be used to chart the downfall of a society, for histories sake, I suppose. Heh.


The downfall of society in this case could be ended simply by executing any TV producer who suggests filming a program without a scriptwriter. Reality, schmeality.
 
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