Monday, April 20, 2009

Ali G in da (cold) house (for Catholics)?

I was reminded of this great piece of broadcasting in a call with a friend today.
You gotta love it.


At 3:46 a.m., Anonymous bill said...

Glad to see you're still with us!

At 7:52 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcome back, Big John! LOL!!

The British Isles isn't used in Ireland as you probably know. It is used in Britain, and is an outdated term. There are two Islands. "Britain" and "Ireland". Naming them "The British Isles" implies ownership by Britain, which you and I both very well know is inaccurate. The Irish government and people object to the term.

At 12:31 a.m., Anonymous bill said...

I suppose a better and older term would be the Pritanic Isles which is probably where the term came from in the first place. Although more related to the Scotii, I can at least deal with the terminology insomuch as it implies a Celtic origin.

At 2:51 p.m., Anonymous British Islander said...

Ahh that video takes me back.

The term British Isles is certainly used in Ireland, by Irish people, including me. Get over yourself.

Bill, British is only a step or two away from Britannic so the link is still there.

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