Tell the editor what you like to read in the Echo

Daily Echo: Tell the editor what you like to read in the Echo Tell the editor what you like to read in the Echo

DAILY ECHO editor-in-chief Ian Murray hits the road again tomorrow on his red sofa tour.

The event will be held at Asda in Totton and will give readers the chance to have a one-to-one chat with the editor.

The Daily Echo’s red sofa tour has seen the couch visiting a number of venues around the region.

It has already been at The Marlands and WestQuay in Southampton and the Swan Centre in Eastleigh. And tomorrow between midday and 2pm, it is the turn of Asda in Totton.

Editor-in-chief Ian is inviting shoppers and residents to join him among the scatter cushions so that he can learn first-hand what they enjoy reading about or would like to see more of in the Daily Echo.

Anyone is invited to turn up at the event, held in association with BSA Regal Group, and join him for a natter.

Heating and plumbing specialist BSA Regal Group is encouraging readers to stay warm this winter and check they are not burning money with an inefficient boiler.

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9:50am Wed 11 Dec 13

Brite Spark says...

Can I have the sofa when you've finished with it please Mr Murray?
Can I have the sofa when you've finished with it please Mr Murray? Brite Spark

10:22am Wed 11 Dec 13

hulla baloo says...

How about well written and researched stories/articles with correct grammar?
How about well written and researched stories/articles with correct grammar? hulla baloo

11:41am Wed 11 Dec 13

southy says...

The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along. southy

11:49am Wed 11 Dec 13

Big Mac says...

Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry?
The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!)
Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry? The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!) Big Mac

1:03pm Wed 11 Dec 13

freefinker says...

southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
.. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all.

Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote].. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all. Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge. freefinker

1:19pm Wed 11 Dec 13

southy says...

freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
.. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all.

Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge.
Now why would I have a hero like North Korea that is a State Capitalist country, they be more in line for you than me, i just give them there due that they are more Democratic than us, Even the USA is more Democratic than us when it comes to elections for governments.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote].. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all. Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge.[/p][/quote]Now why would I have a hero like North Korea that is a State Capitalist country, they be more in line for you than me, i just give them there due that they are more Democratic than us, Even the USA is more Democratic than us when it comes to elections for governments. southy

1:25pm Wed 11 Dec 13

southy says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
.. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all.

Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge.
Now why would I have a hero like North Korea that is a State Capitalist country, they be more in line for you than me, i just give them there due that they are more Democratic than us, Even the USA is more Democratic than us when it comes to elections for governments.
Also the internet is not uncensored, it is watch and you are watch, and you can be closed down and banned from site, having your say on a blogs that very few read and see is different from getting things publish in the main stream media
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote].. well, you seem to have the freedom to say this and promote your political philosophy at every opportunity. And we almost all have access to the uncensored internet where you and your ilk have unrestricted opportunities in your attempts to indoctrinate us all. Bit different from your heroes in North Korea, of which you said last week; “but I will give North Korea this much they are more democratic than this country”. Er, perhaps you can tell us what fate awaits Chang Song-thaek after his very public purge.[/p][/quote]Now why would I have a hero like North Korea that is a State Capitalist country, they be more in line for you than me, i just give them there due that they are more Democratic than us, Even the USA is more Democratic than us when it comes to elections for governments.[/p][/quote]Also the internet is not uncensored, it is watch and you are watch, and you can be closed down and banned from site, having your say on a blogs that very few read and see is different from getting things publish in the main stream media southy

1:33pm Wed 11 Dec 13

southy says...

Big Mac wrote:
Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry?
The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!)
Well at lest you get real freedom to say what you want in the media and not the dictatorial media, there,s a new News Media on the internet that not long been broadcasting and all ready the Right wing have been trying to close it down, because they been asking the questions that will not be ask, questions and interviews that are not controlled, and they all ready have over 1 million UK viewers/hits
[quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry? The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!)[/p][/quote]Well at lest you get real freedom to say what you want in the media and not the dictatorial media, there,s a new News Media on the internet that not long been broadcasting and all ready the Right wing have been trying to close it down, because they been asking the questions that will not be ask, questions and interviews that are not controlled, and they all ready have over 1 million UK viewers/hits southy

1:48pm Wed 11 Dec 13

hulla baloo says...

southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
Ah yes, the Bilderberg has risen again. I seem to remember you being proved wrong over some of the details you claimed were fact.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote]Ah yes, the Bilderberg has risen again. I seem to remember you being proved wrong over some of the details you claimed were fact. hulla baloo

1:57pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Stephen J says...

southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
What are the 'right' things to publish?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote]What are the 'right' things to publish? Stephen J

1:59pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Stephen J says...

southy wrote:
Big Mac wrote:
Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry?
The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!)
Well at lest you get real freedom to say what you want in the media and not the dictatorial media, there,s a new News Media on the internet that not long been broadcasting and all ready the Right wing have been trying to close it down, because they been asking the questions that will not be ask, questions and interviews that are not controlled, and they all ready have over 1 million UK viewers/hits
What's it called?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: Could Southy be made up to editor-in-chief and a new 'position' found for Mr Murry? The 'Southy Daily Echo' could be just what we all need for a good read (and a laugh of course!)[/p][/quote]Well at lest you get real freedom to say what you want in the media and not the dictatorial media, there,s a new News Media on the internet that not long been broadcasting and all ready the Right wing have been trying to close it down, because they been asking the questions that will not be ask, questions and interviews that are not controlled, and they all ready have over 1 million UK viewers/hits[/p][/quote]What's it called? Stephen J

4:51pm Wed 11 Dec 13

Shoong says...

Stephen J wrote:
southy wrote:
The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by.
Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.
What are the 'right' things to publish?
The 'right' things to publish is anything by definition that Peter 'southy' Wyatt deems to be 'right'. It's all very black and white.

This can be acute hypocrisy, down right lies, propaganda, fraudulent claims of being 'the peoples champion' and that other claims that outside of his house anyone has ever heard of him and the fact that he doesn't drink which apparently makes him a saint.

This also includes quoting his own comments after doing a quick Google pretending to know what he's actually talking about.

But once he gets his office printer working (which doesn't actually exist) - you'll be sorry because the TUSC or the TUC or NAMBLA and/or a Union or whoever he pretends to be involved with these days will sweep to power in the next general election. Although he much prefers the thought of burning everything to the ground.

What he says is 'right'.

To disagree is 'wrong'.

Much like my 8 year old nephew.

But he will no doubt remind us all of this when he walks into No. 10.

You have been warned.
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: The Echo would not publish the right things to publish they are part and parcel to the large Corporate to control others in what they want you to see read and hear. the freedom of the press it just a myth now an era of pass days gone by. Mr Murry why not ask your boss how is his invite to the Bilderberg meetings coming along.[/p][/quote]What are the 'right' things to publish?[/p][/quote]The 'right' things to publish is anything by definition that Peter 'southy' Wyatt deems to be 'right'. It's all very black and white. This can be acute hypocrisy, down right lies, propaganda, fraudulent claims of being 'the peoples champion' and that other claims that outside of his house anyone has ever heard of him and the fact that he doesn't drink which apparently makes him a saint. This also includes quoting his own comments after doing a quick Google pretending to know what he's actually talking about. But once he gets his office printer working (which doesn't actually exist) - you'll be sorry because the TUSC or the TUC or NAMBLA and/or a Union or whoever he pretends to be involved with these days will sweep to power in the next general election. Although he much prefers the thought of burning everything to the ground. What he says is 'right'. To disagree is 'wrong'. Much like my 8 year old nephew. But he will no doubt remind us all of this when he walks into No. 10. You have been warned. Shoong

5:18pm Thu 12 Dec 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Ok, I can't get over to sit on the sofa but please... can the paper stop silly mistakes. Try using speelcheck!





(intended!)
Ok, I can't get over to sit on the sofa but please... can the paper stop silly mistakes. Try using speelcheck! (intended!) Norwegian Saint

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