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Melissa Theuriau. Worlds best newsreader?

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 2:34pm
by kwackers
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Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 2:53pm
by UrbanManc
Reginald Bosanquet was better :roll:

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Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 2:54pm
by Si
Bit hard to say how good at her job she is from just a picture - afraid I've never heard of her before - what chanel is she on?

Any news reader that can just read the news without adding their own opinion to the end of each story is OK in my book.

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 3:00pm
by kwackers
Si wrote:Bit hard to say how good at her job she is from just a picture - afraid I've never heard of her before - what chanel is she on?

Any news reader that can just read the news without adding their own opinion to the end of each story is OK in my book.


She looks like that and she reads it in French... What else is there to know?

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 3:02pm
by UrbanManc
Reginald Bosanquet has a french surname :P

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 3:09pm
by kwackers
UrbanManc wrote:Reginald Bosanquet has a french surname :P


Each to their own :wink:

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 3:46pm
by Dee Jay
kwackers wrote:
Si wrote:Bit hard to say how good at her job she is from just a picture - afraid I've never heard of her before - what chanel is she on?

Any news reader that can just read the news without adding their own opinion to the end of each story is OK in my book.


She looks like that and she reads it in French... What else is there to know?


:lol:

I would hazard a guess that you are not r-e-a-l-l-y *that* interested in the news, Mr Kwackers? :wink:

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 4:01pm
by kwackers
Dee Jay wrote: :lol:

I would hazard a guess that you are not r-e-a-l-l-y *that* interested in the news, Mr Kwackers? :wink:


I've recently (very recently) taken to learning French and errm, need to watch French news programs to get used to the lingo.
Plus, the news these days is so dire that anything that can make it more bearable is a help.

And finally, I thought we needed new blood after the Felicity, Cherie and chocolate covered man threads.

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 4:21pm
by Dee Jay
kwackers wrote:
Dee Jay wrote: :lol:

I would hazard a guess that you are not r-e-a-l-l-y *that* interested in the news, Mr Kwackers? :wink:


I've recently (very recently) taken to learning French and errm, need to watch French news programs to get used to the lingo.


Aah! Ah, bon! Je comprends ... et bon chance, mon ami!


Plus, the news these days is so dire that anything that can make it more bearable is a help.


Bien sur .. c'est vrai.

And finally, I thought we needed new blood after the Felicity, Cherie and chocolate covered man threads.

Sir Trevor MacDonald? Is that you, mate?

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 7:56pm
by kwackers
And she rides a bike!


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Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 8:44pm
by Cunobelin
Note ...... News READER.

Eye Candy with no substantial background.

At least the old school had worked as reporters and "done their trade time"

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 8:47pm
by ncutler
kwackers wrote:And she rides a bike!


No she doesn't. She looks as if she rides a bike because some PR wonk thinks it's a good idea to put over the idea.

Each to his own, as ever, but personally I lile my news dispensed by journalists, my bicycles ridden by cyclists, and crumpet ...............

;-)

Nick

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 8:49pm
by thirdcrank
Is that blue thing on the handlebars a bike lamp pointing at her knees?

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 9:07pm
by ncutler
thirdcrank wrote:Is that blue thing on the handlebars a bike lamp pointing at her knees?

Good knees are an essential attribute for a news reader, especially in a time of economic turmoil and crisis.

N

Posted: 6 Oct 2008, 9:40pm
by Mick F
She's pretty.

Anything else to say?