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Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall wed in London

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It is the fourth marriage for Murdoch, who owns Fox News Channel, movie studio Twenty-First Century Fox, publisher HarperCollins and newspapers in Britain and the United States. Murdoch has six children from his three previous marriages. . . . and is currently in the market for a shiny new President of the United States!

Could Murdoch be creepier? 'Calling 007, Calling 007.'

Although, can Murdoch ever be really portrayed? 'Calling 007, Calling 007.'

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A circus of the grotesque.

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Wow only 25 years difference, it has to be a record for murdoch!

'I wanted to sleep next to a woman in her 50s before I die, bucket list thing' said the australian media mogul.

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That's pretty good foundation Jerry Hall's got on. She still looks good. Murdoch's must be unbelievable to allow him to walk around in the daylight.

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She still looks good

What did she ever see in a billionaire 25 years her senior?

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What did she ever see in a billionaire 25 years her senior?

If not for love, it would be the billion $$$$

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What did she ever see in a billionaire 25 years her senior?

What a silly question, lol! And you answered it - she sees a billionaire.

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I hope Tony Blair got an invite.

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I think some people need lessons on understanding sarcasm as badly as Nosferatu pictured above needs lessons on morality.

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Word is Murdoch has a great sense of humour and cook great pasta Bolognese.

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Word is Murdoch has a great sense of humour and cook great pasta Bolognese.

Anything else worth knowing?

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Megalomaniac, 84, N/S, GSOH, seeks celebrity squeeze for spagbol dinners. Pre-nup, NDA, GSOH required.

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They look nice. Congratulation. Hope they remember the names of all of their children.

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What did she ever see in a billionaire 25 years her senior?

Damn, I'd marry Murdoch depending on the prenup.

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I have no comment, people apparently do as they please, without any moral, ethic, or cultural value for consideration. These two rich, nasty tarts, consumers of lust and mental madness on display for the world to see. Wealth and social status is not a measure for Good Mental Health. I have a simple life, well balanced, financial security, and execute good mental, moral, and restricted behavior. I wonder what their children think about this marriage ?

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She is 59. This is her first legal marriage and with a normal person. She will be happy. Mick was eerie and weird.

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That's pretty good foundation Jerry Hall's got on. She still looks good. Murdoch's must be unbelievable to allow him to walk around in the daylight.

At least he did it legally, with consent and not abuse his power of authority and pushing himself on young women like our former Arkansas president. Good for him.

I think some people need lessons on understanding sarcasm as badly as Nosferatu pictured above needs lessons on morality.

Libs and progressives are the last people to preach to anyone about morality.

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Murdoch's filthy tabloids in the UK disfigured journalism.

The list of filth is too long to list but his filthy News of the World was finally destroyed due to the hacking of the telephone of a murdered schoolgirl.

Utter filth. I'm sorry for overusing 'filth/filthy' but I can't think of more suitable words.

How anyone could accept the filth this filthy man and his filthy empire pumps out is beyond me.

Filthy people?

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I wonder where her dress on the pic above was tailored. In England. In the place I live, even in Winter, pant suits are all over but nothing elegant like that. When Hillary's campaign office was opened in our city, she had to get pants suit. Well she is a professional model so she knows how to be elegant. Our city girls have to settle with t shirt and pants.

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At least he did it legally, with consent and not abuse his power of authority and pushing himself on young women like our former Arkansas president.

His marriages have been legal, his phone hacking and police bribery operation definitely was not.

The hacking of 600 individually identifiable victims led to prosecutions of senior staff at Murdoch's papers, but police investigating the case had the actual number at around 4000.

If you would like an example of Murdoch "abusing his power of authority" (of course you would), it is summed up perfectly in this extract from a Guardian review of a book on the scandal:

Anyone who annoyed or obstructed the tabloid press, including lawyers, police officers and journalists who pursued the hacking scandal, was also vulnerable – to intrusion at best and "exposure" at worst or, if there was nothing much to expose, a sustained campaign of denigration. The tabloids could inflict, in Davies's striking phrase, "grievous emotional harm" at will. This was probably one reason why the Metropolitan police, despite a treasure trove of evidence seized from Mulcaire, failed to pursue the extent of hacking at the NoW until Davies's persistence forced them to do so.

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/aug/21/hack-attack-truth-rupert-murdoch-nick-davies-review

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"Libs and progressives are the last people to preach to anyone about morality."

Possibly. I'm just saying that I'm shocked that any moral person, 'lib', conservative or whatever, can still watch or read anything which comes from this man and his empire.

Do you know the full details of the phone hacking of the dead schoolgirl? The smearing of the characters of football fans killed in a terrible accident ( the story was later found to be utterly false ). I imagine Fox skipped over the revolting details but they are worth checking out. They may turn your stomach and that's why I haven't outlined them here.

If any publication I read did this, I'd treat it as radioactive. Save the usual 'what about...?'. It won't wash here.

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They may turn your stomach and that's why I haven't outlined them here.

I wouldn't bet on it.

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