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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #137 on: 19:38 - 12 June, 2019 »
I think if you look at politics from Corbyn's perspective he's doing just enough to keep the system working while at the same time being enough of a threat to the establishment, IMHO.

You can see this in action, Truss was on the news this morning saying Bozo was only being picked on because people like him... Well if you apply the same logic then Corbs has a winning formula. But look at Mike Pompeo in the USA telling people he will push back against a Corbyn government, they fear a true socialist government not just the US but the UK too.

Like someone famous once said (sort of), it's not Corbyn the fear, it's you! Too much power and awareness in our hands will f  :censored ck them up and £8,000+ of our money wouldn't be spent by Esther McVey on a private photographer while there are people dying because of her previous actions.
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #136 on: 16:45 - 10 June, 2019 »
British Constitution init. We never elect a Prime Minister, only our local MP, and they in turn (and on our behalf, because they represent our views...of course  :cool   ...and it saves us the effort ) nominate one of their number as Prime Minister.  Why should democracy suddenly be applied this time round, please explain?

(The Merkins were always surprised to hear that we don't elect our PM...I used to mention it just for the fun of seeing the surprise on their faces!)

Anyway, if votes were the thing, do you seriously think anyone would have an erection with Theresa?

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #135 on: 00:45 - 10 June, 2019 »
Sky high on greed and apathy Boris “f  :censored ck the environment and everyone else” Johnson has said nothing about Goves Crack Head habit. Given the Tories have generally been against drugs except when consumed in vast quantities by their own class and not acknowledged as the elite do not admit their contradictions it is remarkable that BJ has not capitalised upon this gift. Goves 20 year consumption has not resulted in his features being f :censored ked [filtered] up and he appears as a handsome example of purity. Johnson appears only as an addict of grotesque proportions in need of adulation and status. The race for the next unelected Prime Minister continues with Sajid Javid continuing to force his chin and brow to be forced together with both determined to maximise the distance to the top of his head. Faced with a cess pit of genetic mutants the Tory party is content to foist the most unpalatable creatures upon the electorate with the greatest freak declared as the winner. Royston Vasey will soon have its leader chosen and the nation will be forced to celebrate. Corbyn is unable to decide or formulate an effective response and has chosen to abstain from any sort of attack in a piss weak display of incapacity. “We get the politicians we deserve” said one voter shortly before he was shot in face and buried in an unmarked pit. The media declined to support democracy and the “race” continues.
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #134 on: 00:07 - 8 June, 2019 »
Planet Earth’s finest f :censored wit  this week brought a gift of stupidity for the British people to admire. Trump claimed the Queen has never had such a great time as when she met the bankrupt halfwit. Trump’s secret method of engagement was to reveal that the Moon is actually part of Mars which is similar to US elections not actually being a successful facet of a Russian foreign policy coup. Trump began his UK visit with a racist tirade against the dwarf London mayor Saddam Caan which inspired Trumps fellow racist Tommy “picks up the soap in prison showers” Robinson to go on a violent football rampage in Portugal with other England W@nkerz [filtered] because the milkshakes were foreign or some similar nonsense. Trump left the UK after a debrief at the Russian embassy and all who met him agreeing he really is a very special sort of idiot. Except Nigel Hypocritical Bastard who couldn’t speak as his mouth was still full of Trump’s fetid “man milk” which Hypocritical Bastard has promised not to swallow until Vladimir gets him a Brexit Party MP elected.
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #133 on: 23:57 - 22 May, 2019 »
What about the thousand that lose their jobs?


TBH we rarely eat out, the quality of the food, even in the poshest of joints, is very seldom (if ever) an improvement on home cooking...  :teach

I concur.  :yesir

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #132 on: 22:18 - 22 May, 2019 »
Greybull... Did they buy Jamies restaurants or did he balls it all up on his own?
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #131 on: 19:55 - 22 May, 2019 »
Local, you say....?

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #130 on: 11:13 - 22 May, 2019 »
Home cooking will pretty much always beat most 'standard' places as you can control the quality of the ingredients and also it'll most likely be a lot healthier.

Depends what you're after though, if feeling lazy on a Sunday but wanting a nice roast and some local pubs do great Sunday lunches and a few chains aren't that bad for eating out when being dragged around the shops out shopping with the missus.

We're lucky enough to have a place open up a few years ago near us that's within walking distance and I reckon is close to deserving a Michelin star.  They know we're local and got a little tour of the kitchen and gardens once and it's really nice there - they promote a lot of local / British fair including a fair few English wines which are surprisingly nice.  Anyway, that's our occasional eating out treat now (hopefully going this weekend actually :) ).

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #129 on: 10:51 - 22 May, 2019 »
What about the thousand that lose their jobs?


TBH we rarely eat out, the quality of the food, even in the poshest of joints, is very seldom (if ever) an improvement on home cooking...  :teach

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #128 on: 06:14 - 22 May, 2019 »
Fat tongued tw@t.

Oh well, it’s back to turkey twizzlers for lunch.

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #127 on: 22:33 - 21 May, 2019 »
Aww thor thucks thake said lisping tw@t Jamie Oliver as his unsavoury business is launched into the recycling bin. Having come to fame by fingering numerous salads and “dwething wiv wuvvwyneth” and copious amounts of spittle the “naked chef” has been ravaged by financial over eating. The “chef” who has failed to have Michelin consider awarding him a lowly brown star for his “food” is no doubt downing a Peroni whilst sat on a Vespa somewhere. Having overpriced such works of genius as “goats cheese salad”, “sausage & mash”, “pizza” and a “cheese sandwich” and selling it from overpriced property in the centre of various cities the “entrepreneurial bad boy of daft inedible superlatives” had little to say on how long he thought he could keep the theatre of “the emperors new clothes” going when he started his salad bar business. Sadly a lot of people have lost their jobs but others can spend 90% less for 90% more at local shops and cafes instead.
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #126 on: 08:09 - 19 May, 2019 »
Penny “Bucket Fanny Poop Deck” Mordaunt wants to give murderers, rapists and peados a hug, kiss and a get-out-of-jail-free card. The Naval reservist who has a painting of Nelson (it would have been Adolf if she was an army reservist) believes a uniform wipes away the evidence of criminality. Where the British army have routinely, purposely and extensively murdered civilians during the occupation of Northern Ireland there should be no crimes acknowledged. For any rape or torture of unvalued foreigners in a desert littered with depleted Uranium and birth defects there is to be no crime either. Against all UN and European Court verdicts on British crimes Mordaunt wishes to free the war criminals from worry to demonstrate democratic and civilised values for lesser nations to aspire to. Some other c :censored t called Mercer wants the same thing too. Where British state inquiries, inquests and reports have traditionally been used to delay, obfuscate, shield and lie (to get away with murder), Mordaunt wants to avoid the waste of money and the pretence by simply making all crimes disappear when the perpetrator signs up to commit them. Britain always said that God would never let the lights go out in the British Empire and this is true because God would never trust the British in the dark
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #125 on: 23:58 - 15 May, 2019 »
I’m a commuter get me outta here!

Radio 4 quoted the Daily Mail’s disdain for the show.... it’s not even worthy of a claim of irony but something way below contempt for honesty when The Daily Mail (or Trump et al) feeds their audience with deliberated double standards

The show has been axed.... One small step for a man (to get his P45) and one unlikely step forward, for mankind...
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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #124 on: 14:11 - 15 May, 2019 »
CMC goes national?

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Re: News of the Word
« Reply #123 on: 08:33 - 15 May, 2019 »
“Look here!” Said the Richard Madeley lookalike, “we have a grotesque spectacle televised daily that has arguments and astonishing and sustained liars and cheats fawning for attention, power and prestige in a horrid display of contempt for each other and the viewing public. The difference is of course that we are paid very well, can claim expenses and get a taxpayer funded pension.

Like it  :)

Never been a fan of Jeremy Kyle, but must admit I've watched a few when off work with a sort of fascination as to why it exists at all.  My take is people with fairly shitty lives (at home all day of course) feel better about themselves because they aren't as bad as those on the show.

Also the lie detector gets me - they tout it as being 95% accurate and seeming like this makes it infallible, but what people miss is that for every 100 people questioned, 5 will get stitched up by it, which means it could be someones relationship down the pan for no reason, which is possibly what happened in this case.

Anyway, hopefully it will get pulled, but I'm sure they'll come up with some other mind numbing crap for the masses.