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Unlucky Alf (filmed in Ashington)

There used to be some funny stuff on the Fast Show, wonder what made them come to Ashington? That must have been filmed in the 90s, judging by the way people are dressed...

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I like this.................

Brilliant Malcolm, I agree with Foxy. They'll not only get away with it, they will turn it to the good somehow. Just watch, there could be a new Sunday paper and it will be a roaring success on the back of all the rotten goings on following the demise of the N.O.T.W. comic.

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And that, Malcolm, is what is commonly known as having faith in ones equipment and even more commonly known as a F@%$@ing idiot !!!! FFS.

Yep and it wouldn't be me neither keith.

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He has his phone connected to debugging software, naturally it will output the actions of the phone, keypresses etc. That's what it's supposed to do. Nowhere in that video is there any evidence of the data actually being logged on the phone or transmitted back to the carrier which is what he is implying.

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