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Dara O'Briain and the plastic awards

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Dara O'Briain and the plastic awards

Post by Cheshire Cat on 20.12.11 14:28

Now we know of a plastics professional who surely will have had something to do with this event. A coincidence that Dara suddenly started some McCann friendly Tweeting?

Friday 14 October 2011: TV presenter and comedian Dara O’ Briain announced the winners of the eleventh annual plastics awards at a black-tie gala event held at the London Hilton, Park Lane . Almost 800 plastic professionals and their guests attended this year’s glittering awards ceremony to find out who had won.

Dara Supporter of McCanns!/daraobriain

Here is the first tweet of 23rd November 2011.

Oh Twitter, there is little in life more depressing to me than people wallowing in smug, unfeeling judgement of the McCanns.

Then here we go:

The best summation of the McCann Haters. RT @MattBluefoot: I've quite enjoyed winding that lot up. It's a bit like waving string at a cat.

@GasparStatement Yawn. You're just another smug fantasist, bathing in the sorrow of others. block.

My comment about the McCanns has dropped me into a right nest of conspiracy nuts and cold-hearted fools. Enough! Time to start the Blocking!

@GILLYSPOT @jblittlemore Hey Miss Marple! You're just a conspiracy theorist wallowing in someone's else's grief.

@morrisseyobe maybe you should take a cold look at how vicious your tweets are and ask "How can I judge them in their unimaginable grief?"

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