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Having won their demand for the ceremony to be re-run the team leaders were informed that the Borat anthem had been downloaded from the internet in the mistaken belief it was the authentic anthem.
Anvar Yunusmetov, the coach, told Kazakh news agency Tengrinews that the tournament's organisers had also got the Serbian national anthem wrong. "She got up on to the pedestal and they played a completely different anthem, offensive to Kazakhstan."Among the lyrics of the spoof are lines claiming that Kazakhstan invented toffee and trousers, and that with the exception of its neighbour Turkmenistan, the country boasts the cleanest prostitutes in the region.
Skit: Ali pitches his new movie Booka in Cannes Interviewee: Neil Hamilton The Message: Ali leads a roundtable discussion on Animal Rights Ali G hosts the game show Who Wants to Win an Ounce? Ali G learns about art (from, among others, James Lipton).
Borat Learns about British etiquette Music Guest: Gaz Coombes of Supergrass Ali's Final Thought Skit: Ali rescues a "fit bitch" from prison and speaks about respect The Message: Politics DJ Tha4orce: "You touch my decks you die!
If you do not vote for him..breaks pencil..will be sorry! In fact you could change it to show me up to be the stupid twatt* that I am, but I doubt it would be remotely worth the air particles. Whoa, in fact I'm sure there are older ones which I haven't seen. I have a feeling we won't be seeing "Throw the Jew Down the Well" at #1, 'twould be too obvious. I just wanted the advent calendar countdown feel of things. The competition is going down well - with around 150-200 votes a day. I predict that boring THROW JEW DOWN WELL song will be Number 1 ! Now after Nov 3rd - A certain Wrestling Scene will take over top spot FOREVER !
But then of course there's the double and quadrouple thinking. Wicked - I've definitely seen it work on a number of PCs with IE6 and IE7 on. Anyway, two weeks time I'll recode the page as simple hyperlink images and then everyone will see it. I will announce the fans' favourite moment on 1st December.
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She stood on the podium expecting to hear the rousing words and music of her country's anthem, and held her hand to her heart, only for Baron Cohen's creation to ring out.Such strides, he declared, as "women now permitted to travel on inside of bus" and "homosexuals no longer have to wear blue hats."Flanked by two fearsome-looking guards with bayonets, Borat said he would love to meet the Queen, though he stressed: "Not for sexy time."He also said he was hoping to meet Madonna after reading about her adoption of 13 month old Malawian boy David Banda."I have brought here with me my 11-year-old son, his wife and their new-born baby, who I am hoping to sell to singing transvestite Madonna," he said. "Very nice, but I cannot say for sure because I have not had time to buy any," he remarked, adding: "Here the women have more hair on their heads than our women do on their backs but English women not look strong enough to pull a plough."As celebrities such as Peaches Geldof, Trinny Woodall and Desperate Housewives star Jesse Metcalfe hurried into the cinema, Borat announced: "Now we will sing Kazakhstan national anthem.All who do not join in will be reported."And off he went, booming out the song in English - well, there was some English in it - and it was possible to discern something about his nation's prostitutes.His persona as a Kazakh TV reporter - depicting his homeland as a nation of misogynists, racists and anti-Semites - has infuriated the country's President. Baron Cohen hopped off his mule cart and declared: "Good evening gentlemen and prostitutes."Wearing a bright yellow jacket and jeans, and oversized sunglasses, he grabbed a microphone and invited the crowds to join him after the screening at his hotel in King's Cross, where "We will all drink, wrestle with no clothes on and shoot dogs from the window."Puzzled onlookers, standing in heavy rain, could be heard asking who on earth was speaking.Lampooning Kazakhstan, Borat spoke warmly of the progress his home nation had made towards the modern world.