November 12th, 2011

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or you are behind…


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  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

    Good week Guido.

    Thanks .

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      Larry the cat says:

      I want to go back to Battersea, they are all barking mad in this place.

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        Anonymous says:

        Hacking police find ‘bombshell’ emails: Now detectives may want to question James Murdoch

        Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2060569/Hacking-police-bombshell-emails-Now-detectives-want-question-James-Murdoch.html#ixzz1dU53OX3Y

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          Jabba the Cat says:

          Yawn, Murdoch’s have won this and who gave a shit anyway…

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          • Anonymous says:

            When did they win? Soon they might end up behind bars.

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          • Jabba the Cat says:

            “When did they win? Soon they might end up behind bars.”

            The score is currently Murdoch 4 Watson 0, go figure…

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          • Anonymous says:

            Jabba the Cat says:
            November 12, 2011 at 11:23 am

            Only in your mind mate. Rupert’s son was talking about closing Sun as well. Hope you will not miss page 3.

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        • 13
          Jen Tree says:

          Boring, boring, boring. No phone was hacked, listening in to voice mail is no different than going through rubbish bins or blagging. All the papers including the Guardian do it or hire a man who can.

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        • 74
          Marmite says:

          Anonymong – I’m just waiting for the lefties precious Gardian to get found out/closed down/blown up.
          If Tom Fatson thinks he can tell us what to read, he’s seriously mistaken, although I believe the Beano is too highbrown for him.
          I miss the News of the Screws, and quite honestly I couldn’t give a flying f*ck how they got their stories. Oh, and if I hear Milly Dowler’s name mentioned once more by your hero Millitw*t I shall be sick. Millitw*t is nothing more than a two-faced sanctimonious b*stard.

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          • Anonymous says:

            You haven’t got any choice do you. Its going to run and run for years.

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          • CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

            Marmite dear boy, it’s not actually about telling us what we should read, it’s more about neutering and hitting paper circulations of the more popular parts of the press, so that the, much more labour sympathetic and anti-tory, broadcast news outlets (mainly the BBC) become even more dominant in news dissemination.
            .

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          • Marmite says:

            Exactly C.O.A.B. Got it in one! How has Leiber got all this influence though? I thought they were stony broke, so they can hardly bribe anyone to do their dirty work, and as for the lefties, why does anyone take any notice of them?
            Are people really that thick?

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          • t says:

            Yes marmite. Fantastic success of comprehensive education, common purpose induction!

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      • 87
        Fido says:

        Battersea Dog’s Home is not very nice. Whenever the charity fundraisers are there with their TV cameras it is all smiles etc. but actually, for a dog its pretty nasty. And it pongs.

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          Amateur dog poisoner says:

          It pongs because bloody horrible dogs pong.

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        • 153
          AC1 says:

          We could export them to Korea.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            There’s probably a thriving Korean “community” somewhere in London that would take them.

            Or maybe there isn’t, because the Koreans tend not to want to come to economic backwaters like the UK when they can make a living at home.

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          • Really? says:

            New Malden: a genuine community which slots in alongside indigenous Brits without generating any apparent friction. An added benefit from their presence is the establishment of several ‘quiet zones’ where public use of cellphones is frowned upon.

            If this idea caught on elsewhere, Britain might become quite bearable.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

    “Tommy Five Dinners decided to lash out at Guido in response to this humiliation. Guido doesn’t forget these things…”

    is this worse than spilling a pint?
    ;-)

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    Up sh1t creek says:

    Central bankers like Mervyn King and governments are practising financial terrorism on it’s people. The bankers and politicians are getting rich, and you’re paying for it.

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      AC1 says:

      No mention of lost democracy? I “like” the way economics realists are described as “traditionalists”.

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  4. 5
    Blair Waugh-Monger says:

    I switched sides so everyone would know me as a Mass murderer.

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    Colonel Blimp says:

    Wounded soldiers face sack under new Army redundancy plans

    http://tinyurl.com/du3p4

    TOMMY, by Rudyard Kipling.

    I went into a public-‘ouse to get a pint o’ beer,
    The publican ‘e up an’ sez, “We serve no red-coats here.”
    The girls be’ind the bar they laughed an’ giggled fit to die,
    I outs into the street again an’ to myself sez I:
    O it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Tommy, go away”;
    But it’s “Thank you, Mister Atkins”, when the band begins to play,
    The band begins to play, my boys, the band begins to play,
    O it’s “Thank you, Mister Atkins”, when the band begins to play.

    I went into a theatre as sober as could be,
    They gave a drunk civilian room, but ‘adn’t none for me;
    They sent me to the gallery or round the music-‘alls,
    But when it comes to fightin’, Lord! they’ll shove me in the stalls!
    For it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Tommy, wait outside”;
    But it’s “Special train for Atkins” when the trooper’s on the tide,
    The troopship’s on the tide, my boys, the troopship’s on the tide,
    O it’s “Special train for Atkins” when the trooper’s on the tide.

    Yes, makin’ mock o’ uniforms that guard you while you sleep
    Is cheaper than them uniforms, an’ they’re starvation cheap;
    An’ hustlin’ drunken soldiers when they’re goin’ large a bit
    Is five times better business than paradin’ in full kit.
    Then it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Tommy, ‘ow’s yer soul?”
    But it’s “Thin red line of ‘eroes” when the drums begin to roll,
    The drums begin to roll, my boys, the drums begin to roll,
    O it’s “Thin red line of ‘eroes” when the drums begin to roll.

    We aren’t no thin red ‘eroes, nor we aren’t no blackguards too,
    But single men in barricks, most remarkable like you;
    An’ if sometimes our conduck isn’t all your fancy paints,
    Why, single men in barricks don’t grow into plaster saints;
    While it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Tommy, fall be’ind”,
    But it’s “Please to walk in front, sir”, when there’s trouble in the wind,
    There’s trouble in the wind, my boys, there’s trouble in the wind,
    O it’s “Please to walk in front, sir”, when there’s trouble in the wind.

    You talk o’ better food for us, an’ schools, an’ fires, an’ all:
    We’ll wait for extry rations if you treat us rational.
    Don’t mess about the cook-room slops, but prove it to our face
    The Widow’s Uniform is not the soldier-man’s disgrace.
    For it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ “Chuck him out, the brute!”
    But it’s “Saviour of ‘is country” when the guns begin to shoot;
    An’ it’s Tommy this, an’ Tommy that, an’ anything you please;

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      anon says:

      An’ Tommy ain’t a bloomin’ fool — you bet that Tommy sees!

      Thank you Colonel.

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      No Hope says:

      Seems to me there is no point in Tommy fighting for this country anymore. It is just a subservient state of the EUSSR and the EUSSR does not deserve any defending. And when Tommy comes home he is just spat on by the Muslims and the swampies.

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        t says:

        We need a revolution! Parliament is clearly not truely patriotic, I thought CMD would alter direction, but no. Parliament has out-lived its usefulness, we need a new Patriotic, preferably English, style of Government, this one is not working for the countries benefit, whatever party is in the chair!!

        FFF FFS!!

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    • 36
      The Paragnostic says:

      And Kipling also wrote this:

      They shall not return to us, the resolute, the young,
      The eager and whole-hearted whom we gave:
      But the men who left them thriftily to die in their own dung,
      Shall they come with years and honour to the grave?

      They shall not return to us; the strong men coldly slain
      In sight of help denied from day to day:
      But the men who edged their agonies and chid them in their pain,
      Are they too strong and wise to put away?

      Our dead shall not return to us while Day and Night divide–
      Never while the bars of sunset hold.
      But the idle-minded overlings who quibbled while they died,
      Shall they thrust for high employments as of old?

      Shall we only threaten and be angry for an hour:
      When the storm is ended shall we find
      How softly but how swiftly they have sidled back to power
      By the favour and contrivance of their kind?

      Even while they soothe us, while they promise large amends,
      Even while they make a show of fear,
      Do they call upon their debtors, and take counsel with their
      friends,
      To conform and re-establish each career?

      Their lives cannot repay us–their death could not undo–
      The shame that they have laid upon our race.
      But the slothfulness that wasted and the arrogance that slew,
      Shell we leave it unabated in its place?

      Mesopotamia – written in 1917, and still as valid today as an expression of rage at the politicians who have abandoned the troops.

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      Rudyard Kipling says:

      “If, drunk with sight of power, we loose/ Tongues that have not Thee in awe/ Such boastings as the Gentiles use/ Or lesser breeds without the Law/ Lord God of Hosts be with us yet/ Lest we forget– lest we forget!”

      Offered for what it’s worth as a description of modern-day politics in the EU.

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      Really? says:

      It was quite the fashionable thing to deride Kipling in the same crass terms that are currently attached to A.C.L. Blair; warmonger, imperialist. In Kipling’s case, the opposite seems true – a man whose chosen trade of journalism meant devotion to lost values of observation, truthfulness and lack of partiality.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    You know you need to grow up when you make a Faebook group called “It Up The Bum” and laugh yourself silly when Facebook tells you that “Billy Bowden Likes it up The Bum”

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      I come not to bury billy but to condemn him with faint praise says:

      I’m sick of all this Billy bashing, Billy is one of US not one of THEM. Billy is a true libertarian, in that he’s always taking the liberty and his arse is anybody’s, probably just for a small libation at the most. (Haha, only joking Billy :)) Billy’s function on this blog is a cross between a court jester, an aunt sally, a scape goat and a fucking all round nuisance. He is like the piece of grit in an oyster which produces the pearl. He’s the new version of tat in a way, with the small caveat that he’s a nutter of a different colour, as it were. Tat was always being banned for the incessant posting of mostly bollocks, testing Guidos libertarian values to the limit, but with Billy I contend that Guido has proven those values beyond a doubt in that he’s given Billy free reign to express his unique pathology with the F5 button. Either that or he’s just too pissed to notice and/or just lost interest. Anyways, the truth remains that Billy has come here to learn from me and fellow windowlickers on this blog, and for that he must be commended, and furthermore be encouraged to become the best blogger that he could possibly be. To be brutally frank, most of Billy’s posting are utter shite, but I would argue that they are honest to goodness shite. Besides which he makes the rest of us look reasonably sane and sober, in a good light and with a following wind.

      I rest my case.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

    O/T

    Guido i see the R.O.I done well last night, does this mean the new Irish President does not have the Jonah curse?

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    Dwayne Dibley Ed says:

    I am a poodle of the unions but I have ‘anonymous’ to be my poodle *drenches his slave in spittle*

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    Anonymous says:

    Anyone heard from “Local Sleaze” recently?
    Seems he is due to post something soon.
    All the national-only scandals are getting a bit dull & depressing.
    Time for a rotten burgh story again.

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      Handycock The model of municipal rectitude says:

      Nothing to report from Portsmouth, except for the regular planning corruption, councillors sitting on committees that award theselves contracts without declaring an interest and selling council properties to council officers and councillors. All in a day’s work and I am the facilitator. Boaz.

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        Anonymous says:

        Is not local planning corruption tied to central planning corruption through the local government officers who act under delegated powers of Westminster instruction?

        Doh – look at the NPPF.

        The Practitioners advisory group is comprised of 4 members who wrote the entire policy proposal on the back of a fag packet: it includes Tayor Wimpey, and a planning consultancy called QUOD, whose client list includes Taylor Wimpey of course!!!
        Also EDF, Land Securities, ASDA, Westfield… (oh doesn’t that remind me of Lord “Cashpoint” Levy.)

        And the policy is due to be enacted at local levels through consultants already doing local authority work to the tune of 44% of council tasks:
        http://www.bristol247.com/2011/08/02/gva-ranked-top-for-public-sector-work-39945/

        Oh and guess what? QUOD’s man is a former Compulsory Purchase Expert from Manchester for the VERY SAME FIRM.

        It’s a conspiracy theorists’ dream.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

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      The Paragnostic says:

      Looks like he’s just sat on a butt plug.

      How anyone can take that bloody fool seriously as the leader of the Opposition is beyond me.

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      AC1 says:

      Labour nice? The party of greater state extortion nice?

      More like the soviet union = nice?

      What colour is their world?

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    carry on up william hague says:

    98k?
    Mumsnet and popbitch do far better

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    The mad Mullah says:

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      Jim Jam Chutney says:

      Can’t understand why Mrs May banned his organisation. It just puffs up his ego and quite frankly it’s antics just made them a laughing stock. I wonder what they’ll come back as after the rebranding?

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      • 46
        The Paragnostic says:

        Dunno, but I’m willing to bet a bottle of Talisker that the Met won’t indulge in mass arrests of his type of person…

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        • 47
          Old Bill says:

          The new Met boss is like a breath of fresh air. A proper copper doing a proper job. At last the socialist ghost of Blair has been exorcised.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            So why did they arrest 172 people without reason yesterday, then?

            Wouldn’t they have been better employed stopping the occupy gang shitting in St Pauls?

            I wonder what the compo for an unjustifiable arrest is these days? Hope the Met gets stung for thousands.

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          • The Law says:

            Until St Pauls makes a complaint to the plod, there is nothing the plod can do.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

            @The Para

            They were arrested to prevent a breach of the pe@ce.

            Thought crime.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            If that were true, then Chaudary and his lot would have been arrested last year before they burned poppies.

            Breach of the peace my arse – this was the state stifling the voice of the British people.

            The Met police is now the enemy of common sense and freedom, and needs to be excised from the body politic.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

            @The Para

            But the state knows what is good for us!

            I think the Home sec made a big mistake banning the muslims and i blame the police for over-reaction on EDL.

            The best thing would have been to let them both have thier protests, any violence then nick em, If the left can occupy that church and surronding area then the freedom of expression and protest should be providied to all.

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          • t says:

            The Met won’t get stung for thousands, the Tax payer will, and the lawyers of course will be bunged thousands

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          • Archer Karcher says:

            Theresa May is one huge, dimwitted mistake without any help.

            However the moron who made her Home Secretary and expected anything other than continuous idiocy from her, is the one really at fault. Step forward dickhead in chief Dave and take a bow.

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        albacore says:

        Well, when you get Dave brainwaves like scrapping aircraft carriers and Harriers; and opining that we won’t need any at all for a decade or so, that might just tend to leave certain people feeling a tad uppity.
        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-15703340

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          Penguin News says:

          The situation is slightly different from April 1982 though isn’t it ?

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_of_the_Falkland_Islands

          In the event of a situation that pertained in the Spring of 1982 as there are assets in theatre and the base can theoretically be re-inforced within 24 hours as there is an air-bridge capability and you can bet that re-inforcements would be forthcoming irrespective of other committments and cuts…no UK government and especially a Tory led one could survive losing the Falklands…..as Mrs T almost found out to her cost in 1982…..but lket’s hope we don’t have to put that to the test

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          • Ulysses goose fondler says:

            One UK hunter killer in the waters anywhere near their shipping would be enough let alone the Typhoon fighters ! any move by the sad old lush s in Argentina would be horribly expensive in lives and kit !

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          • Portland Bill says:

            But we don’t need an invasion force this time as we are already there and the place is well defended.

            But what will Dave do when the Spaniards invade Gib?

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          • albacore says:

            “Four Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft provide air defence for the islands and surrounding territories and have a secondary ground attack role.
            The VC10 provides air transport and aerial refuelling for the fighters. When a fighter is launched it is almost immediately followed by the VC10 as changeable weather conditions might make diversion to another airfield necessary.”

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      Technomist says:

      Anjem is such a caricature. The funny part about a man who is himself an arch conspiracy theorist is that there are lots of people who think his group is supported by the American right and/or CIA. He certainly gets a disproportionate amount of airtime in America whenever they need a distracting bogey-man to interview for domestic purposes.

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      • 102
        Dick the Prick says:

        I think he probably likes young boys a bit too much like that Mohammed chappie (pboh) and we’ll no doubt find out about his dirty rogering sometime soon, inshallah.

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      • 127
        Archer Karcher says:

        Isn’t Anjem our man on the inside, luring all potential Jihadis into the security peoples attention?

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    • 145
      Anonymous says:

      Hopefully the first public execution will be your you cowardly fat fucker

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    Moley. says:

    Left wing bias at the BBC.

    Petition to demand an enquiry.

    https://submissions.epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/265

    Of particular concern is the BBC’s failure to tell the truth about Government spending; that it is currently rising; not falling.

    Blaming our current poor growth on “Cuts” is simply an outrageous lie.

    If the BBC cannot be truthful in this case; it has no right to public money, and no right to demand a licence fee.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

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  16. 52
    George Osborne. says:

    I love meeting Sarkozy but Angela is the one who thrills me.

    Hit me with your rhythm stick, hit me, hit me
    Je t’adore, ich liebe dich, hit me, hit me, hit me
    Hit me with your rhythm stick
    Hit me slowly, hit me quick
    Hit me, hit me, hit me

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    ly Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV sa says:

    In case you haven’t heard it, this is a tremendous battle song for Nov 30th! Support the strike, build the resistance, download and circulate to all your contacts, to get ‘Rise Up!’ played at rallies and meetings. See the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIXWa5VmOpw “This song for November 30 is brilliant. We should make it Xmas No 1!” – Paul Mackney, Vice-Chair, Coalition of Resistance (former General Secretary NATFHE/UCU). Download the track at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/1stofmayband

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  18. 58
    Gordon Brown says:

    Big tough ed milliebland, has spoken, and all world leaders have trembled.

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/ministers-putting-jobs-risk-060148172.html

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      Lucky dave says:

      Dave is very fortunate that Ed is Labour leader. If it had been his elder brother David he would have been able to speak with authority on international events and put pressure on Dave. As it is, no one listens to Ed, except the lefties at the BBC and their paper the Guardian.

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        The battle of the two Davids would be too close to call says:

        You’ve hit the nail on the head…had Labour actually elected D Miliband as leader and not his useless younger brother E Miliband Labour would have probably been a shoe-in to be the government in 2015…as it is “Dave” must offer a prayer up every day for the fact they didn’t and the union dinosaurs went with the lefty candidate…it’ll still be pretty close I think as to whether “Dave” gets a majority but he’s evens to still be PM after May 2015 whereas if he were facing the elder brother I’m not so sure

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          CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

          No they wouldn’t! FFS! People have niether forgotten or forgiven Labour for what they did to this country. (they client vote ain’t enough!) DM would be seen as a Blairite nerd with a very bent hairdo and with some very dodgy links to Gadaffi. Just because he speaks better than his brother, it doesn’t make Labour anymore electable.
          This “DM would make Labour electable” is merely some attempt by the ever lazy MSM commentariat to create a popular perception not based on any facts! (no change there then!)

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          • I wouldn't necessarily bank on it says:

            I wish I belived that….never underestimate the gullibility of the electorate when faced with an onslaught by our state media on the Coalition for the blame all “failed” policies stretching back to 1997(they’re already doing it by rferring to past decisions as “government” ones failing to mention it was “Labour Government” and for cuts in expenditure….Labour are definitely electable even with Ed and Ed…and the fact that “Dave” has no clear message for HIS core vote who are splitting in all directions….some in fact would rather be out of government if it means seeing the LibDem party destroyed at an election .You see…when we get to campaigning time the crescendo from the media(BBC) will be deafening….remember that the BBC started saying 12 months before when they realised that Brown was probably unelectable(although Cameron almost actually delivered the impossible)that a “Balanced Parliament” would be best for the country and that it would in the national interest to deliver such a verdict…..for Chrissakes some voters even believed that in the event of no party having overall control all THREE parties would form a government…this time around the BBC will have plenty of ammunition to level at the TORY-LED Coalition mark my words

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          • Really? says:

            Half-listening to Radio 3 in the mistaken belief that it is a refuge from the ideological bent of the Corporation. Agitprop theatre presented as suitable entertainment for a Saturday evening. Thanks – at this rate, I’ll retune the preset to Classic FM (or invest in a CD collection of my own).

            As Fritz Zwicky would have said: they are spherical bastards – whichever direction you look at them from, they are still perfect bastards.

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      Ed too-far-too-fast Testicles says:

      He’s stolen my line.

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    ly Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV sa says:

    1939-1945 means a lot to my Grandad.
    It’s when Coronation Street has its advert break and he goes for his evening shit

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    • 80
      The copy+paste police says:

      “has its first advert break.

      If you’re going to quote sickipedia, please do it properly.

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    • 97
      Viewing Public says:

      I shall be missing the Aviva adverts this Sunday evening on ITV1…the only trouble is they kept being interupted by something called “Downton Abbey”

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

    People have been saying Guido losing readers, so i did a bit of looking about in the archives, this weeks figs indicate 98 thousend readers, however if you look at a number from just 12 months ago (same month) those figures were 78,214 visitors.

    Tho this is just a snapshot, i think it buries the myth that Guido is losing readers.

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    • 78
      MAD FRANKIE SPAZCOCK son of a BITCH says:

      Billy luv, all you’ve got to remember is that all men are filthy, cheating beasts with only one thing on their minds, thank fuck!

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  21. 73
    Save Europe! says:

    Keep Silvio. Smash the euro.

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  22. 76
    Laurie Penny says:

    YOU ARE ALL FUCKING RAPISTS

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    • 84
      Laurie Penny's fading favour says:

      Anything to attract attention, eh Penny?

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    • 85
      Onanymous says:

      Why would I fuck a rapist when I can go fuck myself?

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    • 109
      The Paragnostic says:

      When I get drunk enough to fuck you, Laurie, then I’ll give you a call.

      Until then, keep peddling your 6th form debating skills on Radio 5 – I’m sure you’ll find someone to take you seriously sooner or later.

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    Is it me? says:

    Welcome to the diverse UK . Female Eastern European Big Issue seller asks elderly Poppy seller to move away as he is affecting her sales!

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    • 89
      La la Land says:

      The Big Issue has become a scam, run by and for the Romanian mafia. They are supposed to be in the UK on the basis of being ‘workers’ or ‘providing services’ under EU law and instead they are sitting on their asses begging. Theresa May should shut the fake ‘charity’ down.

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      • 106
        The Paragnostic says:

        I’ve taken to asking the Big Issue sellers if they have such a publication back home, and if not, why don’t they go back and start one?

        For some reason they get all pissy.

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    Hang the BBC!! says:

    The BBC should be on their fucking knees grovelling for being wrong about practically anything of importance, AIDS (It’s was gonna kill us all as well as gays) Europe and the euro, the competence of the Labour government to run the economy and AGW. They’re shite.

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    • 90
      News Values says:

      They do seem to be able to give quite accurate reports on the street value of cociane and other drugs when they cover crime stories, for some reason.

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    • 100
      One thing that the BBC is right about...we're all going to die(eventually) says:

      Who can forget those grey and black doom laden adverts with the ominous music and voice-over of the 80’s about the impending pandemic called AIDS and the fact that it would wipe out up to 60% of the World’s population by 2010 ??

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      • 119
        Will says:

        Maybe the adverts worked?

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        • 134
          The Paragnostic says:

          Maybe the estimates of the number of practitioners of sodomy were on the high side?

          I see that now they’ve got their “equality” and can victimise normal folk at will using Labour legislation, the estimates have dropped from a ludicrous 10% to 3% – this would make a big difference to the epidemiology.

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    nell says:

    http://news.sky.com/home/politics/article/16108859

    I’m watching the antics of poor militwit with some amusement.

    He’s becoming increasingly shrill as he struggles to get people to listen to him as he criticises the way the coalition is trying to get us out of our black hole.

    The problem for militwit is that everyone remembers only too vividly that he was a minister in the last labour government that got us into this mess.

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  26. 101
    nell says:

    Funniest moment of the week was twatson playing online games all night and then turning up at the Select Committee to accuse murdoch of being the mafia.

    Talk about a keystone cop falling over his own feet.

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  27. 103
    nell says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2060637/Silvio-Berlusconi-resignation-PMs-day-Italy-votes-austerity-measures.html

    Berlusconi out of a job by tonight – we shall miss the comedy that he brought to europe@n politics shan’t we?

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    • 107
      The Paragnostic says:

      I’m sure he won’t be lost for things to do in his retirement – plenty of young lasses willing to entertain him, and if all else fails, perhaps he’ll have to appear in court sometime soon.

      I wonder if he has anything on TWatson?

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      • 115
        nell says:

        Am I right in believing that when he steps down he loses all his immunity from prosecution?

        And I wonder where tessa’s david mills is hiding at the moment ? Will he get dragged back into court and forced to testify that he was bribed by berlusconni?

        Oh the UK labour tuscany elite – what a ‘fragrant’ bunch they were!

        Perhaps pollytwaddle will be throwing a leaving party for the beloved berlusconni tonight in her luxury villa and inviting the bliars and the mills to make up the numbers.

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  28. 108
    The curse of Jonah Brown lives on says:

    Gordon’s local beach is about to become the first place in the United Kingdom to be designated radioactive contaminated land.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/oh-i-do-like-to-be-beside-the-radioactive-seaside-6261022.html

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    • 111
      Gordon says:

      “That was a disaster. Should never have put me with that woman. Whose idea was that?”

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    • 117
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      Ha! You’d have to have a heart of stone not to laugh!

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    • 128
      Engineer says:

      If you want to find ‘radioactive particles’, you wouldn’t have to look very hard. They crop up all over the place, most of them perfectly natural. Cornwall, for example, is mostly a whacking great lump of granite, which is radioactive. There are natural outcrops of pitchblende in several places (Peak District and on the Solway Firth, for example) which if they were on a nuclear licensed site would have to be barriered off. Since they aren’t on nuclear licensed sites, you can sit on them and eat your butties if you like.

      The only real problem these ‘particles’ could cause is if someone started eating them in quantity. Otherwise, they are about as dangerous as dogshit.

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      • 148
        labourunionsbbc we are one says:

        Dogshit is danerous in gordon brown form.

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      • 178
        EdButLookBalls says:

        It’s called Radon Rn Atomic No 86 and it is a radioactive gas; houses vulnerable have to seal their foundations against seepage of the gas into their living quarters or basements as it is denser than air!

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    • 141
      gordy gordy gum drops. says:

      Well oh dear, Gordy has a job to do for his constituants, never mind Fife, Gordy will look after your interests, just as he has done in the House of Commons for you, serves you right you voted him in again after his show as a “PM”.

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  29. 123
    Alicia Beyonce 50 Cent James says:

    ur all gay m8 laybur will fix everyfing

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  30. 130

    OK I’ll start it off:

    Harry Redknapp is innocent.

    Start painting it on London and Pompey’s bridges…

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  31. 131

    OK I’ll start it off:

    Hаrry Redknapp is innocent

    Start painting it on London and Pompey’s bridges…

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    • 132
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

      Lol Cat

      I saw the news on twitter earlier, TBH its nowt compared to Rangers FC, they could owe HMRC 45 million ish

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    • 135
      The Paragnostic says:

      Does being England manager give you immunity?

      If not, it should do!

      Typical bloody Revenue – we’ll probably end up with another foreigner in the job if Harry’s out of the running.

      Mind you, Gary Speed’s doing a good job – Wales for the World Cup 2014!

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    • 170
      Some Geezer wot dimly recollects the Lord Stevens report says:

      ‘Arry Redknapp has always reminded me of the Kevin Pollak character in Casino, Philip Green, who is described as being perfect for his job as the front man for the operation of the casino: “He didn’t know a whole lot, and he didn’t WANT to know a whole lot.” (i.e. about what DeNiro and Pesci knew about the Outfit’s operation outside Las Vegas)

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  32. 137
    Anyway says:

    The real concern that you will not see mentioned on the State Broadcasting Authority (The BBC) is that Greece and Italy will no longer be Democratic. The BBC and other media comrades are rejoicing that these countries will now be ruled by approved Brussels’s Technocrats. These Technocrat people are no more than puppets appointed by the back door by the German Chancellor Angela Myrtle. The French have of course already waved the white flag and their Petit President will of course blame Britain for their failed Euro experiment because “Ze Roast Beefs did not give us enough money”.

    This is the third try at European domination by Germany and it has now succeeded, ironic that it happened this week when we remember so many lives lost trying to make sure this never happened.

    Goodnight Democracy. It nearly worked.

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    • 144
      Engineer says:

      “…it has now succeeded…”

      You reckon?

      The southern Europe@n countries are about to plunge the Eurozone into a prolonged depression, especially as Frau Merkel won’t stump up German taxpayers’ cash to prop them up. (There’s a reason for that – the German taxpayers are muttering mutinously.) Germany won’t do anything that might cause inflation in Germany because … well, not after the last time.

      There’s a lot left to happen in the EU, and nobody is quite sure if the Euro will survive, or if it does, in what form.

      The Technocrats may be ‘in charge’ at the moment, but they aren’t in charge of events. Neither is anybody else. Quite who will be left standing after the inevitable uncontrolled collapse is currently unpredictable, but it probably won’t be the Technocrats.

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      • 149
        nell says:

        Major point though Eng that both Greece and now Italy have unelected governments with unelected policies. And it looks likely that France could go the same way.

        They are being given no promises about elections anytime soon. How are they to get back their rights to democracy?

        Can you imagine the UK or Germany trying to impose such an open ended dictatorship on their own people? They’d face an uprising.

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        • 152
          AC1 says:

          Would they?
          Brown even decided he didn’t fancy an election…

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          • nell says:

            True but labour had already been elected in and we all knew he’d be forced to face the electorate within a given time frame.

            The Greeks and Italians are not being promised that the unelected governments that france and germany are putting in place to rule them will be gone anytime soon.

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          • Anyway says:

            Engineer says: “Quite who will be left standing after the inevitable is currently unpredictable, but it probably won’t be the Technocrats”. What usually happens after an uncontrolled collapse? There is then only one authority, the armed forces.

            And – Dear Nell says: “Can you imagine the UK or Germany trying to impose such an open ended dictatorship on their own people? They’d face an uprising.” The UK is different to Germany. The Germans do love tight authority and obedience and who better to provide that than the armed forces, again! The UK as usual will stand alone on our little island because we don’t have any other option. But would we fight to save the Italians or the Greeks or the Spanish or the Portuguese? Even the war monger Blair would balk at that scenario.

            The BBC is of course is not concerned about democracy. They themselves are very happy to continue without any form of authority from the people and only ever submit to a Labour run parliament. Indeed they are actively putting out propaganda to bring down this, the only government in Europe that has a chance of surviving this mess. Their self-belief in promoting the undemocratic and unworkable socialist agenda is unremitting.

            Dangerous times methinks.

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          • Spanner in the works says:

            Italy and Greece are now under receivership to the E.C.B in all but name, the peoples of these countries are about to be tested to destruction financialy.

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          • nell says:

            dangerous times – Anyway ?

            It will depend whether the Greeks and the Italians accept the austerity package that their unelected governments force upon them.

            Both countries are known for violent riots and that will be the flashpoint.

            Likewise next year in France when they too face the inevitable of an empty cupboard.

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          • Engineer says:

            Anyway – I hear what you say about the aftermath of an uncontrolled collapse resulting in military rule, but I suspect it won’t come to that (well, I hope not – obviously).

            There have to be elections eventually in all the Euro countries, and whilst there was general popular support for the single currency and even for greater integration when things were going well, that might turn rather more eurosceptic in more adverse times.

            A close family member visited Germany recently, five years after a previous visit. She was surprised at how much the country has deteriorated in that time, and she felt that the general morale of ordinary Germans is in a fragile state. They are not happy about their taxes, the product of their hard work, being used to prop up the economies of other countries. Merkel faces re-election soon; who knows what direction the German voter might go.

            Those populations of those countries with ‘installed’ technocrats might live with it to see them through the immediate crisis, but they will want their say in due course.

            Let us fervently hope that when the change comes in the EU, it’s a mainly democratic one, not a mainly violent one.

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  33. 143
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

    quote of the day Guido?

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  34. 146
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Which is the biggest mafia outfit, The Labour Union Coalition or The Murdoch Empire?
    Yes we have two coalition parties in the UK – the ConDems and the Labour Union.
    I know the Unions were not elected but when has that mattered to labour.

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    • 155
      Lou Scannon says:

      The EU.

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    • 182
      The Paragnostic says:

      I think the combination of the UMF, public sector pensions and Pilgrims amply qualify the Union-Labour gang as the more entrenched mafia.

      NI are mere amateurs compared to those who run a system to extort billions from taxpayers to pay for pensions for bedwetters, salaries for union officials and UMF funds that are transferred to Labour for election propaganda.

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  35. 151
    ly Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV sa says:

    WARNING!!!!! Virus spreading like wildfire on fb! It is a Trojan worm called koobface. It will steal your info,invade your system and shut it down! Do not open the link Chris Huhne scandal! If Billy Bowden requests you as a friend,don’t accept it,it is a virus. If somebody on your list adds her ,you get the virus too! Please copy and paste to your wall…confirmed on MSNBC and SNOPES…Please pass on..

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    • 154
    • 160
      Anon says:

      “Virus spreading like wildfire on fb! It is a Trojan worm”

      So is it a virus, a trojan or a worm?

      Or just a load of shit.

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    • 162
      Tachybaptus says:

      Calm down dear, it’s only a worm.

      To get it via Facebook, you have to do two silly things in succession:
      1. Follow up one of the stupid stories mentioned by Billy. It will result in you being offered a video, but you will be told that you need to update Adobe Flash Player to see it.
      2. Agreeing to the update — this installs the worm.

      The newest version of koobface can also be picked up by using torrents, according to a report of September this year. So don’t use them.

      Microsoft’s own Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool will remove koobface. See
      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/890830
      for more information.

      It seems that people are recommending a commercial anti-malware program called Stopzilla to remove koobface. But there are reports that this program is either malicious itself, or useless. The Microsoft tool works as well as anything you can buy.

      [Waiting for smug crowing from Linux users such as the Paragnostic. I have to use Windows because I sell software for it.

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      • 166
        The Paragnostic says:

        Nah – I just wouldn’t use Facebook anyway.

        And I do run Windows for some work-related stuff – I just never connect it to the public networks :-)

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  36. 165
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

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    • 167
      The Paragnostic says:

      Looks like the truth is dawning on the Tory backbenchers – what price a stalking horse in the next month or two if Cameron doesn’t pull his finger out over the Eurofiasco?

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      • 169
        Well it's a thought says:

        Something that has been said many times on this site and it’s taken 18 months to find out by blue labour, well I’ll go to the foot of our stairs, thick bunch of barstewards, is there any real Conservatives or do they all have yellow streaks.

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        • 171
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

          In 2 or so years we WILL have PM Miliband.

          and its Daves fault.

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          • I Got Bored Of Having A Hundred Monikers.... says:

            No it’s you thick bastards fault for voting Dave in.

            Many of us said on here, the worse thing for any party would be to win that election.

            Labour got away SCOT FREE from having to face up to the reality and mess they made and it was all your own fault.

            The public have memories like fucking goldfish.

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          • I Got Bored Of Having A Hundred Monikers.... says:

            The markets would of crashed and the EU and IMF would of stepped in on Labours watch ala Greece and Italy and it would of destroyed them in the publics eyes for decades but you all sniffed a whiff of quick easy power and couldn’t play the waiting game anymore and dropped all principles like a ten dollar whore.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

            I dont live in Daves constitunacy so i didnt vote for him.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! (Episode six, the Umpire strikes back) also in Cunt3DHDTV says:

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  39. 185
    anonalg says:

    @ Sir Pimple Timpleton
    Congratulations.
    Italy is now considering the full Monti after the sad departure of ever tumescent Silvio [I'll be back] Berlosconi and politics will miss a comical character.
    Unlike Guido who promises Glenfiddle to caption winners and yet nothing materialises, I would like to honour our arrangement [on the older Berlosoni thread Nov 7] and had suggested donating your winnings to either Help for Heroes or the RNLI but have received no reply.
    Will visit the site tomorrow for possible confirmation.

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