Thursday, April 13, 2017

SEEMS BILL NEEDS REMEDIAL ENGLISH.



Bill Williams needs some help, here is how almost all students of the english language spell 'team' without an "I".
Bill and his supporters want to spell it 'te' "I" 'am' which translates to our language as merely " the I am".
So what about Investic, NIB, Steinlager, Speights when he comes up against the Highlanders, and the very strong palpable involvement of the NZ TAB, it is a bloody farce. We will not go any where near those Crusaders now that is a problem even I see as rather insensitive to be solved by a temporary renaming as the conquerors perchance.

Then there are the tenets of the religion of peace when he must confront violence, or deliver it, not forgetting the non contact with infidels.
Will he and his missus happily hand their daughters over to some depraved fellow believer because he has desires that most see as wrong.

It is farcical and to make erroneous comparisons to Michael Jones, the Goings, Vic Pollard Bags Murray et al is equally inane as they were playing as amateurs with very little contractual obligations and the financial impact almost zero.

In the race to be best mates in stupid acknowledgement of variously imposed and accepted religious obligations is rubbish.

Just leave your so called church at the door or go elsewhere and create your special little world Bill and to Steve Tew and the other snowflakes grow a pair and stop with the pandering, you look stupid.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

So SBW is worth more than the sponsorship of Investec and BNZ? I think two mistakes have been made - firstly allowing him a contractual exemption and secondly by the sponsors for putting up with it.

3:16

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

3:16

Ditto

The Veteran said...

3:16

Ditto

Anonymous said...

Michael Jones was omitted from the 1995 World Cup because he would've been unavailable for the quarter and semi finals as they were scheduled to be played on a Sunday.

This "I'm a Muslim" bullshit is all being fueled by SBW's manager Khoder Nasser, like he tried it on with Anthony Mundine, and now Quade Cooper looks to be next in line.

Allan said...

I am disgusted at the way everyone has caved in on this matter. SBW's wages are paid by the sponsors, end of story!!. If he does not wish to abide by the terms of the contract that their logos are on the jersey that he has to wear he should be shown the door. There should be no more back tracking the message should be given in no uncertain terms: if you want to play a professional game you abide by the terms of the sponsors and wear the Logos that are needed to advertise their product. If you do not like this then I am afraid there is no place in the team for you so go away!!!!! There are plenty of up and coming talented players who are willing to wear jerseys with the sponsors names shown on them, you are not special and you will not be missed.

Unknown said...

Isn't sunni boy at the end of his rugby 'career' anyway?
And if he doesn't want to be part of the team and wear the team uniform he should also refuse the pay,
Like that's going to happen

kloyd0306 said...

If I were the CEO of BNZ, I'd pull the bank's sponsorship and sue NZ Rugby for breach of contract.

Jobson Growth said...

Well then, kloyd0306, it is a good thing you are not CEO of BNZ as you don't know shit from sugar.

SBW's contract permits him to do as he has done. If you, as CEO of BNZ were to force him to wear your logo then you would be causing a breach of contract yourself.

He is not the first, and he certainly won't be the last, to take umbrage at a particular sponsor's message.

Wonderful how this blog attracts so many authoritarians.



Adolf Fiinkensein said...

...and fools.

Jobson Growth said...

True dat Adolt. This blog is full of authoritarian fools, trumpteers, social injustice warriors and WASPs.

Good think there's at least one cheeky darkie here, eh?