Move on and pretend it never happened, so people can carry on behaving in the same way because nothing was said?Yeah, if it's only a small portion who cares?
We all care CBC it's just a matter of keeping things in perspective and realising that the world moves on. We learn from the past to improve the future not try to erase it or vilify those who didn't know any better
Quite CBC. The lead item on the BBC Radio 4 news at 8.00 was how an England player had behaved at a party 10 years ago. Really ?
Mrs E and I witnessed the behaviour of an England Cricket touring party 40 years ago and they were p*ss*d most of the time with the exception of Gower. The world really is going mad.
Yes we have all done things in the past and most of us learn from it. Hopefully for the better. If people are pulled up on it maybe they should listen and think about why it's not acceptable, rather than try to shrug it off as "banter".I would guess we’ve all done something years ago that we look back on today and think, especially by today’s standards, what was I thinking.
Here’s David Baddiel lampooning Jason Lee. I would bet at the time I laughed at this - but now it would be totally out of order.
David has long campaigned for Spurs fans to stop using the Y word. But even the Jewish community is split on this - some see it being used in defiance. I wonder whether David looks back at blacking up and putting a pineapple on his head and regrets it - or sees it as within acceptable parameters of comedy.