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Jeremy Clarkson
Just saw a man with a horrible ginger beard on Ad. Terrace in Perth.
Small correction to the NT News story. We didn't try to hide from the public; just the NT News.
Fuck me, the Stones are good still
Despite the constant threat of rain, had a great time in northern Oz.
People of the Top End. 140 characters is simply not enough to say how much I've enjoyed my time here. Everyone who helped: thankyou.
Northern Territories. Fire coming.
Who in London can make a mango and chilli caipirinha because oh my God?
One of the best drives of my life. Gravel road. M6. Sun going down. iPod playing Blind Faith. Beer in cup holder. pic.twitter.com/95Okh9vnPh
The Top Gear camera people say it's a bit dusty here. Chim Chiminy Chim Chiminy, Chim Chim Cheroo. pic.twitter.com/szc1ByCORY
@JeremyClarkson Top Gear had a number plate, they had a banner at the World Cup. They must have forgotten that. pic.twitter.com/fbyuCZK6wL
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Going filming tomorrow. Will check number plate before setting off.
@JeremyClarkson that bloke from Blur us a typical champagne socialist and a first class knob...Oasis had him sussed...great blog by the way
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This is worth a read if you have 5 minutes bit.ly/1yhLwOA
Aaargh. It's wakeupcall.org.uk. Anyway, I nominate my children.
#WAKEUPCALL SYRIA Unless you donate at wakeupcall.co.uk I will post more pictures of Blumenthal and me. pic.twitter.com/n8JmWl4mac
#WAKEUPCALL Syria. Please donate at www.wakeupcall.org.uk or I will post more pictures of Blumenthal and me.
For the only accurate account of what happened in Argentina, read the Sunday Times tomorrow.
This is my car on its last day in Argentina. Note the plates that everyone says caused offence. pic.twitter.com/mCfncbMa6F
My profound thanks to all the people who helped. And to the sensible Argentinians who have apologised.
We had planned a good ending for the show. But thanks to the government's foolishness, it's now even better.
This was not a jolly jape that went awry. For once, we did nothing wrong.
They threw us out for the political capital. Thousands chased crew to border. Someone could have been killed.
And these war veterans we upset. Mostly they were in their 20s. Do the maths.
The number plate WAS a coincidence. When it was pointed out to us, we changed it. As pics in this morning's Mail show.
All TG crew now safely out of Argentina. I just got back to UK. Horrified to see so many newspapers have the story completely wrong.
Anyway, this is my official response to the Mirror. pic.twitter.com/PF83GPDg9P
According to the Mirror, the BBC told me not to misbehave while I'm in Argentina. 1) they haven't and 2) see pic pic.twitter.com/bd3erxSsTZ
Argentina. In a hotel bar. I am going to fucking live here. pic.twitter.com/TUOKz5Y0rw
Wait. I've had an idea. What if no-one leaves the UK? Would that work?
For the millionth time, I don't want Cornwall kicked out of the UK. Hampshire on the other hand...
It has just occurred to me that I was conceived in Cornwall.
The Top Gear machine is now on a 777. Radio silence for 13 hours and 25 minutes.