Today I read a load of ridiculous s--t that dates back to January last year, about Sue Barker getting sacked by the BBC from doing A question of sport for making "sexist comments" about the darts player, Phil Taylor. It gets even more ridiculous the more you read it. It's a load of s--t, because I still see her doing it and the BBC wouldn't dare sack Sue Barker, they've done nothing but set their foot in it when it comes to sexist ageism. 1st Arlene Phillips(in her 60s) from Strictly Come Dancing, them Miriam O'Reilly(in her 50s) from Country file, then last year, women complained about a Panda being woman of the month last year for December. It would be totally double standards if they were to sack Sue Barker for "sexism". From what I read, she made humourous comments about Phil Taylor, which some was a bit rude. It got more ridiculous when somebody not even relevant to the situation was mentioned as somebody who came forward with more revelations with sexist comments she's meant to have said and this was the actual cause of her sacking. Former Snooker world champion, Dennis Taylor. The final p--s take is when they said the bookies fave to replace Sue Barker, is the balding, greying Scottish twat who got sacked from Sky sports at the same time of this article that I read for sexism, Andy Gray.