Daily Mail and Paolo Di Canio

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  1. bobgee

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    They say 'he has renounced fascism, but still has an eagle and Mussolini tattoo on his back.'

    Hell of a lot easier to renounce something said than something inked on your body.
     
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    The Daily Mail is not worth bothering about..I honestly can't understand the mentality of people who actually buy this rag..
     
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    Sorry pal, but the story here is about a shooting on a Rome street. Why is Di Canio's name included in the article? What has it got to do with him? Don't change the subject.
     
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    Change the subject? FFS.
     
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    because no one would give a **** if it was just about a fascist italian drug dealer having his balls shot off.

    it sells papers, gets people to their website, gets ppl pissed off who then pass it on to others who then in turn get pissed off and pass it on to others and all the while their traffic goes up, they get paid for ad impressions and they make even more money, even if the person in question sues, they make more cash than they need to pay out.
     
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    Who won the Voice? I had steak for tea. I went grocery shopping today.
     
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    Indesrtuctable. A little more information about this rag

    Lord Rothermere (founder of The Daily Mail) was a friend of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, and directed the Mail's editorial stance towards them in the 1930s, and praised the new Nazi regime's accomplishments, and this was subsequently used as propaganda by them.

    People in glass houses and all that
     
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    If they were such good friends then why would he hold a signed shirt as a prize possession? You don't get star struck by your friends. Daily fail at it again trying to drag a mans name into the mud to to make money off a unrelated matter. Pathetic!
     
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    Its quite ironic that the biggest right wing sympathising newspaper in Britain is all up in arms over PDC's political views?


    The Mail is a ****e paper and anyone reading it equally ****e.
     
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