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4 Issue 73 / 2015 GUESTLIST guestlist.net Newsflash MaN tells coMMuter to go fuck hiMself, turNs up for job iNterview with hiM One London jobseeker unleashed commuter rage on the wrong man. This particular man was travelling on the tube, on his way to an interview at Forward Partners, when a fellow passenger blocked his way. Naturally he responded with a shove and a "go fuck yourself". Little did he know that the man he raged at was Matt Buckland, Head of Talent and Recruiting at Forward Partners. Needless to say, angry man did not get the job. burger kiNg lauNch delivery service The fast food chain is trialling a delivery service in parts of the UK Currently the service is being trialled in Hornchurch, Gants Hill, Romford, Hayes, Northampton, Truro, Skegness and Hull, but will surely be rolled out nationwide if the trial proves successful. Now all hungover and lazy people have to do to get their munch on is reach for their laptop. What a time to be alive. felix da housecat accuses berghaiN of racisM After being denied entry to the Berlin club, Chicago house legend Felix was raging Felix Da Housecat fell foul of Berghain's notorious door policy, and in a Twitter rant, called out the club for being racist and for disrespecting the legacy of Chicago and Detroit. His management pulled down the tweets, but Felix made his position clear, "I stand by every word…yes Berghain are racist cunts who shitted on house music." joN sNow gets stoNed for scieNce Jon Snow sparked up for the Channel 4 programme Drugs Live: Cannabis On Trial and he didn't seem to like it. He said, "I felt as if my soul had been wrenched from my body…I've worked in war zones, but I've never been as overwhelmingly frightened as I was when I was in the MRI scanner after taking skunk." Well of course it messes you up Jon, that's why people smoke it. Skunk, like any other drug, affects people differently, but most people build up a resistance. First time skunk smokers are going to get very stoned and potentially have an out of body experience. Now Jon, if you are going to leave it till your age before your first skunk spliff, what do you expect? And as well as exploring skunk's effects, shouldn't people be debating why people feel the need to take a drug that removes you from reality? Hopefully this show, following successful legalisation of cannabis in several US states, will open up the conversation on drug laws in the UK. We hope Jon gets the balls to try it again because he might feel differently. Former royal correspondent Jenny Bond also had a little go and didn't seem to mind it too much. She even discovered a new love for grapes. Ahead their Champions League clash against PSG, a group of Chelsea fans displayed shocking racism by repeatedly pushing a black man who tried to board a Paris Metro carriage and chanting, "We're racist, we're racist and that's the way we like it". Condemnation of the mob was swift and widespread, but a group of West Ham fans decided to take the opportunity to mock Chelsea by uploading a video to the Internet, showing how not to be racist whilst on public transport. In the parody video, a black man approaches the carriage doors, asks to board the train and is welcomed on with "This is West Ham, my friend, on you come, on you come." The clip has been shared thousands of times on social media, and Hammers fan and funnyman Russell Brand tweeted "Comedy as a weapon against hate. Very funny". West Ham 1, Chelsea 0. west haM dig out chelsea by lettiNg a black MaN oN a traiN West Ham show Chelsea how it's done ahead of their North London derby game against Spurs Newsreader Jon Snow smoked some skunk and got well….hammered

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