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Yelland (@davidyelland), who edited The Sun for five years, said: "So little compassion for Roy Hodgson today, bullying language, pointlessly cruel, pointlessly hurtful.
Meet the football coach whose life is in freefall; or the airline rep pointlessly reassuring relatives after a disaster, two hopelessly honest people looking for love online and the photographer, and his assistant, waiting to take a picture of us, the audience.
It was a stunning diving effort and perhaps a bit beyond the call of duty as Yorkshire's innings was dragging on pointlessly.
From that stainless steel vision of future dreariness outside the library, via the well-meaning but lifeless coal miners and family groups around Queen Street, to that new gewgaw leaning pointlessly about at the top of Charles Street, what have we got that's as exciting as this city deserves?
It's always a lovely sight when a scorer embraces his adoring fans, albeit the stewards tend to do their best to spoil it by pointlessly patting the exultant player on the back in a futile bid to encourage them back on to the pitch.
After pointlessly watching the security tapes, Vladimir Dimitrov wrote a letter to Barack Obama through the White House website, with the help of the Bulgarian Embassy in Washington.
I think Arteta can be forgiven for being highly protective of his fitness and objecting to pointlessly niggly challenges, like the one Pedersen had just made on him, which could easily set him back even further.
One of the daftest and most pointlessly unfriendly policies ever instituted by the club is evidently under review.
But even in its newly expanded form, which reinserts a number of the comic's key scenes, Snyder's fan boy fidelity comes across as pointlessly worshipful literalism with nothing fresh to say.
In round one, during which each contestant had to pointlessly list as many pastas, oils, traditional vegetables or Chinese takeaway dishes as they could, we had Furry tittering that spaghetti puttanesca meant "hooker's pasta".
that period from late July until September, when parliament is in recess, things slow down, news desks resort to ever more bizarre stories about pointlessly obvious social studies, and businesses do less business.
Since then we've seen the futuristic Velodrome at the Festival Garden Site, another terrific asset for the city, pointlessly demolished for development which has likewise never happened.