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Bernard Woolley: He's going to say something new and radical in the broadcast. Sir Humphrey: What, that silly Grand Design? Bernard, that was precisely what you had to avoid! How did this come about, I shall need a very good explanation. Bernard Woolley: Well, he's very keen on it. Sir Humphrey: What's that got to do with it? Things don't happen just because Prime Ministers are very keen on them! Neville Chamberlain was very keen on peace.  Bernard Woolley: He thinks ... he thinks it’s a vote winner. Sir Humphrey: Ah, that’s more serious. Sit down. What makes him think that? Bernard Woolley: Well the party have had an opinion poll done and it seems all the voters are in favour of bringing back National Service. Sir Humphrey: Well have another opinion poll done to show that they’re against bringing back National Service. Bernard Woolley: They can’t be for and against … Sir Humphrey: Oh, of course they can Bernard! Have you ever been surveyed? Bernard Woolley: Yes, well not me actually, my house … Oh I see what you mean Sir Humphrey: You know what happens: nice young lady comes up to you. Obviously you want to create a good impression, you don’t want to look a fool, do you? Bernard Woolley: No Sir Humphrey: So she starts asking you some questions: Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the number of young people without jobs? Bernard Woolley: Yes Sir Humphrey Appleby: Are you worried about the rise in crime among teenagers? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think there is lack of discipline in our Comprehensive Schools? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think young people welcome some authority and leadership in their lives? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think they respond to a challenge? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Would you be in favour of reintroducing National Service? Bernard Woolley: Oh, well I suppose I might. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Yes or no? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey: Of course you would, Bernard. After all you told you can’t say no to that. So they don’t mention the first five questions and they publish the last one. Bernard Woolley: Is that really what they do? Sir Humphrey: Well, not the reputable ones, no, but there aren’t many of those. So alternatively the young lady can get the opposite result. Bernard Woolley: How? Sir Humphrey Appleby: Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the danger of war? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Are you worried about the growth of armaments? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think there's a danger in giving young people guns and teaching them how to kill? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think it's wrong to force people to take arms against their will? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: Would you oppose the reintroduction of National Service? Bernard Woolley: Yes. Sir Humphrey Appleby: There you are, you see, Bernard. The perfect balanced sample. Sourced from https://researchmethodsdataanalysis.blogspot.com/2014/01/leading-questions-yes-prime-minister.html

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    Bernard Woolley: He's going to say something new and radical in the broadcast.

    Sir Humphrey: What, that silly Grand Design? Bernard, that was precisely what you had to avoid! How did this come about, I shall need a very good explanation.

    Bernard Woolley: Well, he's very keen on it.

    Sir Humphrey: What's that got to do with it? Things don't happen just because Prime Ministers are very keen on them! Neville Chamberlain was very keen on peace. 

    Bernard Woolley: He thinks ... he thinks it’s a vote winner.

    Sir Humphrey: Ah, that’s more serious. Sit down. What makes him think that?

    Bernard Woolley: Well the party have had an opinion poll done and it seems all the voters are in favour of bringing back National Service.

    Sir Humphrey: Well have another opinion poll done to show that they’re against bringing back National Service.

    Bernard Woolley: They can’t be for and against

    Sir Humphrey: Oh, of course they can Bernard! Have you ever been surveyed?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes, well not me actually, my house … Oh I see what you mean

    Sir Humphrey: You know what happens: nice young lady comes up to you. Obviously you want to create a good impression, you don’t want to look a fool, do you?

    Bernard Woolley: No

    Sir Humphrey: So she starts asking you some questions: Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the number of young people without jobs?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Are you worried about the rise in crime among teenagers?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think there is lack of discipline in our Comprehensive Schools?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think young people welcome some authority and leadership in their lives?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think they respond to a challenge?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Would you be in favour of reintroducing National Service?

    Bernard Woolley: Oh, well I suppose I might.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Yes or no?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey: Of course you would, Bernard. After all you told you can’t say no to that. So they don’t mention the first five questions and they publish the last one.
    Bernard Woolley: Is that really what they do?
    Sir Humphrey: Well, not the reputable ones, no, but there aren’t many of those. So alternatively the young lady can get the opposite result.
    Bernard Woolley: How?

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the danger of war?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Are you worried about the growth of armaments?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think there's a danger in giving young people guns and teaching them how to kill?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Do you think it's wrong to force people to take arms against their will?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Would you oppose the reintroduction of National Service?

    Bernard Woolley: Yes.

    Sir Humphrey Appleby: There you are, you see, Bernard. The perfect balanced sample.

    Sourced from https://researchmethodsdataanalysis.blogspot.com/2014/01/leading-questions-yes-prime-minister.html
    June 15
  • andie_ji said:
    TOP 22 
    (with their NAMES)
    (my bootleg review per hopeful based on the teaser)







    1. Nahuel Prieto
    2. Nikki Gonzales
    3. Allen Michael
    4. Angelic Guzman
    5. Jeremy Santiago
    6. Crystal Paras
    7. Karl Aquino
    8. Dani Porter
    9. Jerick Dolormente
    10. Mary Jae Felizarta
    11. Kim De Leon
    12. Janelle Lewis
    13. Kit Radson Flores
    14. Kyle Lucasan
    15. Marc David
    16. Daniela Cristofani
    17. Abdul Eldakroury
    18. Pam Prinster
    19. Maynard Bungabong
    20. Rere Madrid
    21. Gelo Alagban
    22. Shayne Sauva
    ...........................................


    Credits to @andie_ji for the names and images:

    Entry #1, Sir Humphrey's Starstruck 7 Ministerial Paper


    These are my first impressions based only on these pictures. I am yet to watch the Inside Starstruck episodes.

    I'll refrain from reading Starstruck related posts here and at PExLounge as I resolve to form my own opinion.



    1. Nahuel Prieto

    Triggers my gaydar. 


    2. Nikki Gonzales

    She doesn't look flattering in her photo. I'm sorry, @JeSuisBilly

    Lilet look a like or that woman from Touch You Heart who falls easily for younger guys but doesn't reciprocate.


    3. Allen Michael

    His looks are acceptable but look wooden.


    4. Angelic Guzman

    1/3 of Arra. Not my bet.


    5. Jeremy Santiago

    This bloke's smile seems fake. 

    6. Crystal Paras

    She's alluring, Denise Barbacena like.


    7. Karl Aquino

    He seems ok but needs to improve how he presents himself.

    8. Dani Porter

    Kira-like. Some angles seem ok but not my type.


    9. Jerick Dolormente

    He looks ok.


    10. Mary Jae Felizarta

    Klea-like


    11. Kim De Leon

    He looks promising. He resembles Christian Slater in Heathers.

    12. Janelle Lewis

    I'm committed to supporting Bebe Janelle. She has above average looks, but something seems missing. Whatever the case, I want to see if I'm right with my first impression of her. 

    13. Kit Radson Flores

    I vote NO for this bloke.

    14. Kyle Lucasan

    HIPON. Her skin looks good. Let's see if she'll look better moving. I hope she display pleasing personality.


    15. Marc David

    Paulo Avelino look. I love his vibe. He's an early bet.


    16. Daniela Cristofani

    She's an early favorite of this #mestizalover. She has good skin and her bosom makes me #tulolaway. I hope she displays some personality, or else....


    17. Abdul Eldakroury

    He's handsome but triggers my gaydar.


    18. Pam Prinster

    She wears a broad smile and piercing set of eyes.  TO WATCH OUT FOR

    19. Maynard Bungabong

    TUOD BUT ACCEPTABLE LOOKS

    20. Rere Madrid

    Modelesque height but so so looks.

    21. Gelo Alagban

    Mildly triggers gaydar

    22. Shayne Sauva

    Another early favorite. She looks like a dark version of Ysabel Ortega. Maganda skin and a set of bosom to die for. #tulolawayko

    June 14
  • "Smokers are national benefactors!"

    - Sir Humphrey Appleby 



    "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."

    John 15:13
    May 29
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