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Topic # 10042 1-Nov-2006 10:09
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"Since Richard Hammond's crash on Wednesday 20th September, numerous politicians, action groups and random people in the street have called for Top Gear to be pulled off the air at last, stating that it sets a bad influence"

Jeremy Clarskon is fighting to keep Top Gear on the air and you can read his VERY ammusing argument here

To sign the petition to save Top Gear, follow this link

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Reply # 50608 1-Nov-2006 11:34
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Now this is truely a cause worth fighting for.... Who cares about caged chickens when we can fight to save Top Gear. It is seriously good entertainment (Top Gear, not watching caged chickens)

/me signs petition.

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  Reply # 50609 1-Nov-2006 11:36
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85,000+ signatures so far. Not bad going


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