January 19th, 2013

Saturday Seven Up

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


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    Wither █████?

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    pedant says:

    Don’t you mean whither?

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    More Bullshit says:

    How can they say Heathrow runs at 99% capacity when it does not operate at night?

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    I am more than happy with what I posted.

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    gramma says:

    Huhne in the dock? Hairy!

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    Japan’s Falklands?

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    We're meat again, maybe at Tesco says:

    Whither the withers ?

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    Tesco burgher says:

    Do they have penguins ?

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    Chairman Mao says:


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    Beware a Dutchman Selling Meat says:

    So, it was Cleggy’s lot. Bastards.

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    State Secret says:


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    Godzilla says:

    They did, but not any more.


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    abattoirs' R' us says:

    Black beauty burgers, 99p for 20,withers and everything.

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    Message to CaMoron STAY OUT OF ALGERIA ! Our 5 remaining troops and our one remaining Landrover will do no good what so ever

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    Benefiteer says:

    It’s fatcher’s fault. I can only afford value burgers form the corrupt tesco capitalists cause otherwise I won’t have enough bennyfits left for lager, fags, lottery and other essential things.

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    And now to whether says:

    Thought it was getting ready to be the Kenyan’s war, as usual we will hang on to Bambi’s tailcoat to help Camoron look as if he’s sitting at the top table when he’s just the dishwasher.

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    Synic says:

    Dave — Can you remember the names of the last 10 U.K. soldiers killed in Afghanistan? Or the last 5? Or the last 1?
    You were going to remember them for ever at PMQs, thoughts and prayers for there families and friends.

    Now you are posing about Algeria. Holding COBRA meetings.
    The Algerians don’t give a shit about what you think, you impotent cnut.

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    Eaten Dave says:

    What a dishwasher? Isn’t that what fags do when they’re not bending over expectantly?

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    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Can we possibly bring back transporting convicts? The question, though, would be: Who would take him? Maybe one of those former jug-o’-saliva countries? I hear they treat wealthy ex-pat Brits quite well.

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    One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

    A Landrover?? Bally Hell! I didn’t know they still had one of those!

    As I said in my 2010 Defence Review, Britain faces no military threats before 2020 at the earliest, so that Landrover’s not required. I’ll get the MOD to sell it immediately, and put the money towards African windfarms. What what!

    Tally ho!

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    Anonymous says:

    Fears are mounting that the heavy snowfall across Britain could plunge the fragile economy into a triple-dip recession.

    Official figures next week are expected to show that output fell in the fourth quarter of the year following the briefest of recoveries between July and September.

    Analysts yesterday warned that the disruption caused by blizzards could lead to another three months of decline at the start of this year – pushing Britain into its third recession in five years.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-2264675/Snow-spell-big-freeze-economy.html#ixzz2IPdZJupr
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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    Owen Jones says:

    oh boo hoo you big girl !!

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    smoggie says:

    The forces have been decimated but have there been any cuts in the 75,000 pencil pushers at the MOD. Has there fuck.

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    T. P. Fuller says:

    Fuck me, is it Saturday? What happened to Tuesday?

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    Manchuria says:

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    Don’t be so Cricklewood, Victoria.

    Get your tits out.


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    Everything is relative – except relatives – who are absolute.

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    Crystal Balls says:

    Surely there must be an export market for snow ?

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    Schrödinger's dog says:

    Let’s see yours first.

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    now then says:

    This may help to explain a little.. especially the bit about White House staff.


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    The Downing Street Cuckoo says:

    Relatives are so undemocratic. Don’t you just love ‘em ?

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    Chickin Lickin says:

    You think of the Daily Mail as an authoritative source of predictions amd analysis? How quaint.

    Remind me, when was the last time they didn’t make a dire prediction of catastrophe about something? The day of the launch of the Titanic?

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    Dave Camera on says:

    You can see mine after I’ve invaded Africa.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    There have been far too many contenders for the Bandwagon jumping hypocrite of the week award this week; but Cameron gets a jumping off the bandwagon award for his hypocrisy what ho?

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    Great idea ! Send them bastards out there , Imagine the fear on the face of a terrorist being stabbed to death by 75,000 pencils

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    I can see you’re nuts.

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    The Taxpayer says:

    Why are you buying burgers on benefits when you could be gainfully employed flipping them?

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    Sam has always had my favourite Bush !

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    old SHEP says:


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    If we are going to fight a war in the villages of Africa
    The evening news reports will be a fantastic “Bap fest”

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    You can chose your friends…

    Facebook has even given us the verb unfriend.

    I have always been intrigued by a hamlet up by Hadrian’s Wall called Unthank. Imagine how its name could have come about. Mind you, it is next to another hamlet called Half Brewed.

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    Schrödinger's dog says:

    Bollocks to you.

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    MoD Grafters says:

    Don’t underestimate the amount of work we’re undertaking in planning to operate one new carrier without aircraft, while mothballing the other one at great expense at the same time. We’re under a lot of pressure.

    On top of this we have to come up with excuses for equipment and supply failures to Afghanistan, and worry about the 10 year old unused Chinooks rotting away. It’s really tough here in Whitehall.

    If that wasn’t enough, we’ve got to make sure our gold plated inflation proofed pensions are fully protected.

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    National Socialist says:

    And so the EU speech that never was.

    But you can read excerpts of it if you want to.

    Not that important really.

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    Near Hexham, there is Once Brewed and Twice Brewed.

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    Fuck off Dave you Wanker says:

    Take the entire Cabinet with you. Put Hague out front with his p shooter

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    Frank Samuel says:

    You’ll be suffering from ground nuts if you do that.
    Stop it at once !

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    National Socialist says:

    “Foreign Secretary William Hague says the Algerian crisis will remain top priority until every British national is accounted for.”

    So stuff the EU question eh?

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    Sally Bercowitz says:

    I’ll have to start practising my double contra-rotating tit swing again to make sure my admirers don’t get distracted by the jungle bunnies.

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    Anonymous says:

    Er, they DID predict that untrammeled immigration would cause problems. Recession? Yeah, let’s let some more in. A shortage of real jobs for the young? Yeah, let’s let some more in. A housing shortage? Yeah, let’s let some more in.

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    Morning all says:

    Is he also planning to undertake such an exercise at home? Must be lots of missing indigenous Brits lying about cluttering up the place.

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    Curious Confucius says:

    Is the blade still sharp on that strimmer you gave her for Christmas?

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    hissed as a pewt mostly says:

    Or in your case, thrice brewed.

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    Anonymous says:

    There are number of eminent economist saying the same thing. In 2012 Q4, GDP is -ve. Next week government has to give the GDP numbers. Question is how much -ve.

    Compared to other countries income has fallen in UK due to fall in exchange rate. This will lead to brain drain.

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    horses head in the bed says:

    Looks to me like the boys have got to him.

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    Benefiteer says:

    Don’t be fxxking daft. I’m not doing heavy work like that. What do you think the Poles & Co. are for?

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    Possibly more than seven up says:


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    Tescos have withdrawn them.

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    Casual Observer says:

    Come on Owen. You don’t know what a girl looks like.

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    The Public says:

    What a pathetic bunch our current cabinet have turned out to be, running around like chickens with their heads cut off from crisis to crisis, letting terroroists set their agenda for them.

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    Fog says:

    Did anyone notice?: 14 Jan 2013 The House of Lords voted by 300 to 231 – a majority of 69 – to back an amendment delaying plans for a boundary review and to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600 until 2018 at the earliest.

    So a Labour government forever then after the next election.

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    'uncle' says:

    I bet you say that to all the boys.

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    The Public says:

    Only if we vote for it. If you think having a Labour government in power is a bad idea, get off your backside and do something to show what would be a better idea. That is how elections are supposed to work.

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    talking of tits says:

    “Katie Price On Her Wedding: ‘Medium Told Me I’d Wed A Kevin, Kieran Is Near Enough'”

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    They're a friendly lot in Norwich too says:

    NR2 2PE

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    Court Out? says:

    Henry 6 Cliff 0


    Don’t forget you can sell ‘em on eBay

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    Chickin Lickin says:

    Then cite the economists, not the cheerless misery-mongers at the Daily Mail.

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    A reader says:

    Sorry, I couldn’t get the past the gag response. If you have a point to make, better make it yourself.

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    Anonymous says:

    Fees backlash leads to sharp decline in student numbers

    The number of students admitted to British universities last autumn plummeted by as much as 40 per cent amid a huge backlash over rising tuition fees, it has emerged.


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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Reminds me of Thatcher getting M&S to open early after the Brighton Bomb, so the conference could go on.

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    restore the monasteries says:

    Having only flown on the “Astral” plane, i would have thought that an air
    terminal the size of those in and around Londonistan,(yes,i,ve seen for myself),
    given the money spent on “Snow clearing equipment”,several million,i believe,
    surely it would have been better spent on a system of “Hot water pipes” built into the runways,which,if done correctly would at least keep the tarmac ice free.

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    Anonymous says:

    Chickin Lickin; would you also want to see their certificates, experience , etc?

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    M Thatcher says:

    He isn’t dead yet? Who knew?

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    Anonymous says:

    girl or boy…is the question.
    a cancerian child commeth…or a gemini or a leo.

    in place.

    lets be im pulse.

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    The Public says:

    That is exactly what our present bunch do not remind people of. Thanks for the comparison.

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    The Public says:

    No, he is just naturally weak and useless.

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    Chickin Lickin says:

    Why not? At least their names would be a start.

    The point is that the Daily Mail’s position on amything is such a formula they have no credibility. When they say something will be bad and it happens that it is bad, they are only right because of the stopped clock principle.

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    Anonymous says:

    The Hippocratic Oath is an oath historically taken by physicians and other healthcare professionals swearing to practice medicine ethically and honestly.

    the world of white coats.
    if earth was meant to be white it would be coloured (ha) white.

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    albacore says:

    Yeah, ignore that old, scaremongering Mail
    With Dave in charge, after all, what could fail?
    If owt goes wrong he’ll just print a few bob
    He’s a real star, like Gordon, at the job

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    He’s one Monastery they are restoring. Absolutely fantastic effort. Well worth a visit.


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    K T Pryce says:

    Any Hunt will do.

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    David Cameron says:

    We were hoping to use those Spitfires after they’d been dug up but I fear that is now unlikely.

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    ROFL says:

    …and mine

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    Anonymous says:

    a dynamic worth reply for deep down we are all savages [love in the shadows]

    how is it “up” the astral plane.

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    And now to whether says:

    Still paying off the PFI for refurbishing the MOD offices must take most of the taxpayers money.

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    BBC Global Warming Department says:

    Wildfires raged across southern Australia on Friday, killing one man and destroying several homes as sweltering temperatures brought fresh misery for firefighters battling dozens of blazes amid a relentless heatwave due to man made global warming.

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    Former News Of The Screws Hack says:

    He hasn’t been arrested in Operation Yewtree yet? Everyone else his age has been, it seems! He must have been into older (*ahem*) “persons,” I suppose…Yeah, you know, nudge nudge wink wink, “persons,” of course, wouldn’t want to imply anything about his private life, which is, of course, private, and none of our beeswax, right?

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    Fog says:

    The boundary review is designed to equalise the number of voters in each constituency, ending a bias that tends to favour Labour MPs with smaller-sized constituencies.

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    Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

    I wonder how many would be from overseas? Still, that’s less staying over when their visas expire.

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    Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Please don’t make me puke. You’ve just made me think of Virginia Bottomley!

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    Thank you for this. I thought I knew Manchester reasonably well and have been to every medieval monastery site in Britain but I did not have this on my records. Next time I go for a meal at The Spicey Hut in Rusholme, I shall visit this first.

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    old SHEP says:

    Forest fires have been going on for millennia and promote regeneration, only since people and dwellings have moved into these regions that it’s hit the headlines, but let that not get in the way of endless propaganda from the usual suspects.

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    She has earned £45m for being a complete slut and an attention whore. So many times more than I am worth that I now realise that, in comparison, I have been chaste rather than chased…

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    If it’s made in China, at least it will fall to bits the moment it’s out of guarantee.

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    English Person says:

    I remember when I lived in Stockholm for a time in the 1970s, there was an overpass heated electrically. That I suppose is the advantage of having a country with lots of hydro electric. Except if the rivers are frozen, I assume they hit the same problem that we do with the windfarms that I can see from here. Currently stationary.

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    old SHEP says:

    You buy a house on a flood plain at a discounted price and then demand that the council/government spends x million pounds on flood defences, it’s just the strange world we live in.

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    Everybody says:

    8illy Kebab and Schrödinger’s cat use the occasional old English word because they think it gives them an air of intellectualism – 8illy Kebab used to regularly use “methinks”.
    They are of course sad tossers of the first degree, but they think they serve a purpose.
    If they don’t like (or lick to adopt 8illy Kebab’s lingo) this comment, then they are of course free to take a full refund and fuck off.

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    Ah, men! says:

    A monastery by Pugin is one hell of a miss tbh.

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    I have made 12 quite amusing comments on this post so far.

    At least I am now getting the attention I deserved – it was not fair that 8illy Kebab got it all.

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    Sir William says:

    As Hayek pointed out all those years ago, this is exactly what you must expect after many years of an uncontrolled credit boom and insane deficit spending; and there ain’t much you can do except tough it out.

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    Strange to say but I was a governor at her school and would not have picked her out from any of the other pupils. In fact I now have no recall of her at all whilst I do still remember what I consider to be much more talented kids who were there some two decades ago.

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    Sir William says:

    Forsooth th’art a naughty fellow, and a whoreson rogue iwist.

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    Oh hello!

    Using Mummy’s computer are we?

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    Bleeding destitute air travellers lying on the floor at Heathrow says:

    You’d think at least one of those miserable shops at Heathrow would sell SOME camp beds????

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    It was EW, not Augustus, but yes it was a miss for sure!

    The only salvation which I can claim is that it did not re-open until just after I emigrated in 2007.

    But hey! If there is nothing left to learn or see, there is hardly any reason to live.

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    old SHEP says:


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    I Remember You Hoo says:


    Isn’t that a thing of the past? At least that’s what the alleged ‘very clever’ boffins at the University of East Anglia CRU unit told me.

    Perhaps Mystic Meg mislead them?

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    Horseplay says:

    As overheard in the local Tesco Cafe/Restaurant, ‘It’s horses for courses’.

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    Mr Nobody says:

    Too many people are going to university, it pushes up qualification inflation. Before long you would have required a degree to sweep the streets, dig ditches or flip burgers.

    If the pressure on school leavers to attend university is starting to ease, that is a good thing.

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    Grace Brothers says:

    You need a proper department store.

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    You know you are only allowed 1 hour surfing the internet thingy – now go outside and play with the traffic like a good little cat

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    Anonymous says:

    Imposter! Go back to Labourwrist ffs.

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    8illy says:

    Camp beds? Plenty but used

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    The real Schrödinger’s cat’s mummy was 95 years old last month and operates both a pc and an iPad.

    It is to be hoped that you manage to last that long and maybe, just maybe, you will pick up some maturity along the way.

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    You can tell by a screen names that some of us are just huhne’s. We can’t help it.

    We should stick together Schrödinger’s cat – Illegitimi non carborundum (yes I know it does not really mean what it is reputed to mean).

    As 8illy Kebab might say “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but you will never beet (sic) my record”.

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    Sir William says:

    Lovely crisp new snow here at Waad Magna, so I’m off hacking. (Don’t tell Mr Coogan!). I’ll start off down Owen’s Bottom and then round by Penny Bush before coming home via Bryant’s Cottage.

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    Mr Nobody says:

    Don’t forget Lidl and Aldi.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    They have hookas in Rusholme now, police trying to put an end to them, but you know how these mu55ies get round the law!

    Not sure of my spelling. :)

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    You’ll be OK it’s deconsecrated.

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    Yewtree says:

    Mind the cliff.

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    Schrödinger's cat's mummy (the real one) says:

    That’s right dear, you tell them.

    I am very proud that you are such a star performer on this blog. You must be one of the top 50 most popular commentators by now.

    Although, I do worry that you spend all your retirement sitting at your screen laughing out loud at your comments and the comments of your little friends. Still, you have your place in history.

    Hope this does the job

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    Yewtree says:

    And wear a Harris tweed.

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    I’m drowning, not waving.

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    Hookah makes me crazy
    Believe I’m goin’ have to pass

    Steve Stills

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    The Public says:

    The task of the political opponents of Labour is to explain to people who vote for Labour or who don’t vote at all why they shouldn’t do that but instead should vote for them.

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    Wrong! They rusted as the Japs did not know we used salt on the roads.

    But the dealers often, quite wrongly, did not bother to PDI them because they were so mechanically reliable.

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    mike says:

    it’s good to see all you tories in such good cheer – economy in the shit, depression into it’s 3rd year, no plan for jobs, no plan to booster the economy, snow bound airports, thousands of disabled people dead because of your policies, cameron wanting a war with anyone he can find, what a fucking pile of shit you all are

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    Mornington Crescent, trying to concentrate with the Cillit Bang ad in the background says:

    Penny Bush has been shorn so you won’t see much; Bryant’s Bottom could be a bit muddy at this time of year.

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    Mornington Crescent, trying to concentrate with the Cillit Bang ad in the background says:

    …in reply to Sir William (132).

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    I am not sure whether to a appalled or honoured by all the attention.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    It would have been a lot worse if Miliband and Balls were in power.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    On a serious note, please feed the birds in your garden, they need all the help we can give them.

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    Everybody says:

    so why did you not reply to that comment rather than make an entirely new one.

    Actually, don’t bother answering, we don”t care

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Send Harman and Bryant out to sort this issue.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:


    But if you do start feeding making sure that you keep it up – because if little birds find a feeding station and then the feeding station stops feeding them in bad weather – they are unable to store very little energy in their small bodies and so struggle then to find alternative sources of food.

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    Manchuria says:

    Its an old Russian tub, the Varyag, flogged stripped down. The Chinese have refitted her. Rather like the Royal Navy, they are still without the planes to operate her. Unlike the Royal Navy, they will soon be on board and in training to unleash the pointy metal bits from a great height. It is really just a training and feasibility excercise at this stage, but the Japanese would do well not to be provoking the Chinese into wanting to build themselves too many more of these.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Well that is exactly what is was like during 13 years of labour – might be difficult now but it’s a damn sight better than it was under bliar and brown!

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    old SHEP says:

    Stop in Penny Ghent, Alfred Wainwright said the vista was well worth the effort after a long climb.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Tesco is the best supermarket, but only by a short head.
    I suppose Tesco are trying to mend fences.
    Tesco won’t be the best furlong.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I’m really fed up with this armstrong chap that keeps appe@ring on the tv complaining that because he che@ted with drugs in 7 major cycling championships, sued and bullied everyone who tried to expose him and ruined their lives – now he’s banned for life from competing.

    If I he@r him say he’s ‘been tre@ted unfairly” one more time I’m chucking my shoe at the telly!!

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    At least we haven’t got militwit and bullyballs – at least not yet!

    We’ll all lose the will to live if they ever make no 10 and no 11 downing street!!

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    Chris Bryant says:

    I’ve been on a camp bed.

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    SCMP Watch says:

    Only real difference is Senkaku islands are uninhabited.

    The Japanese, in all fairness, messed up when they took sovereignty over the islands back in 1972. They should have established a military base somewhere at least, if not to defend then to establish some sort of habitation.

    Strategically much more important than F’lands. Japan trying to get into NATO now, and US suggesting NATO get more involved in Pacific affairs demonstrates this and weakness of Japan.

    If Ch!na wins and establishes forward base / starts to produce oil it will affect US security somewhat, and will consolidate PRC hold over ROC.

    Chances high that Ch!na will go ahead with this as Jiabao needs some sort of ‘win’ to help quell disquiet which is popping up around the country and get people back behind the party.

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    old SHEP says:

    I’d leg shag her.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Thanks for that! I didn’t know they would eat porridge oats! Have been feeding them Wilkinson’s peanuts and mixed seed plus fat balls.

    Will be trying porridge oats from tomorrow.

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    Chip D Posit says:

    You are Ed Miliband and I claim you’re crackers.

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    It’s a case of geysers driving around geysers…

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    Everyone else says:

    Hear Hear. Just an excuse to get this awful ‘Oprah’ woman coverage for a vile cheat.

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    MoD Alternative Weapons Research says:

    Perhaps if we polished Hague’s head with this new Mr. Sheen composite and positioned him at the right angle, the desert sun could blind the enemy, convert them to our way of thinking and bring victory !

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    English Person says:

    That’s how ended up with rats in the garden. The damned birds throw so much on the ground. I regret to say I’ve stopped feeding them.
    It’s taken me three years and countless vats of rat poison to get rid of them.

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    Testing mod 4 ex nell says:

    that keeps appearing on th

    ‘been treated unfairly”

    he cheated

    Rice ‘n pea

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    A Brazilian Transsexual says:

    Aargh! I’m up to 95 kilos!

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    In hanging feeders, sunflower seeds, fat balls, and peanuts. On the floor Birds multi-seed bread and a high energy suet sprinkles.
    This morning : 5 long tailed tits, green finches, chaffinches , two robins, coal tits, blue tits, blackbirds. A veritable display.

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    Testing mod 4 ex nell says:

    Seems to be OK to say the pea word.

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    Innocent says:

    You need a visa? That devolution stuff has gone too far.

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    totty says:

    I’d still rather be looking at her than those fat ugly fucking cows that traipse in and out of Tesco every day of the w eek. Fair play to the lass

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    old SHEP says:

    That’s about as serious as it gets, the ultimate insult. Timpsons have a lot to answer for :-)

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    Arthur Apologist says:

    Must be the fireflies hatching.

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    Ah, men! says:

    Come to think of it Sc, you do have the smell of old monk about you.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Pair Armstrong with Piers Morgan. Two cheats and liars together.

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    old SHEP says:

    Go to SpecSavers.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Just to remind you.

    Half the population have below average intelligence.

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    Armstrong is a filthy c'nut says:

    His recent energy drink ad campaign in the US has been a flop.

    He is essentially a drug dealer.

    Oprah came off better and boosted her ratings through the interview.

    Perhaps the c’nut is on Telly here as the UK, being the new authority and world superstars at cycling (which we aren’t really…) is worried that the IOC dropping of cycling and general pawl hanging over the sport is going to affect olympic legacy and one of our key export markets: Bikes.

    Best to switch the bike manufacturers back to gun manufacturing, get rid of all the post 1997 gun control crap, forget Armstrong and have that referendum.

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    Oprah asked me for an interview but I had to remind her that my name is not to be used on tv or at all

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    Roger Hayes says:

    Can we have that in writing ?

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    The bottom 50 percent says:

    Prove it !

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    The Downing Street Cuckoo says:

    99% of MPs are criminals and many have no conviction.

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    A gap in the market says:

    This could actually work in the UK: Certainly would keep the unwashed protester scum out.

    The only problem I see with the Cafe in the report is that men were serving in the women only section.

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    The bird population of Romania and Bulgaria says:

    We are coming over because we hear that you can survive on handouts in the UK.

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    Abba Dabba says:

    Said the chimpie to the monk!
    All day long they chattered away,
    All day long they were happy and…

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    little man with little heart says:

    Was watching the news this morning and in this time of grave crisis for some of our citizens abroad, it was terribly reassuring to hear that the UK Foreign Secretary had tweeted a message.

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    Oscar says:

    Lie back and enjoy it.

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    Sino-Japanese War Report Day 4:
    2,000 Japanese killed 10,000 Chinese killed.

    Velly soon, no more Japanese!

    @Mr Bleeding a/r

    I used to walk to school in London smog. It was a killer.

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    Liam Byrne says:

    There is STILL no money left from our 13 years of catastrophe: they have all our debt to pay off.

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    Anonymous says:

    That is not necessarily correct, although since there are a small number of very bright people and perhaps less really stupid people, it might be.

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    Mathematician says:

    Not necessarily true; by way of illustration, if 75% of the population had an IQ of 95 and 25% had an IQ of 115, the average (mean) IQ would be 100 and 75% of people would have below average intelligence.

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    Dana international says:

    I lost 69 pounds buy cutting out meat and two veg.

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    A Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (retired) says:

    I never get a mention on the telly

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    Jack Cohen says:

    Have you tried the veggie wonder-burgers ? They’re Champion.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Being (slightly) above the mean I have to agree with you

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    There’s always 1 who rises to the bait.

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    The Japanese ability to create brand new military bases in the early 70s would have created all sorts of unthinkable problems then which would not be seen to be the case now. In addition, though its home industry was growing rapidly, they were only at the start of the huge export drive that made them manufacturers to the world during the 80s, the role now occupied by China.

    There are also the southern Kuriles which have long been in dispute, this time with the Ruskies. China must have been watching opportunistically at this and thinking about the best time to launch their own play.

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    Baby Boomer says:

    My Dad had a BSA bantam. It paid for Lady Docker’s Rolls Royce, I heard him say when I was a toddler.

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    Thе Jаpаnеѕе аbіlіty tо сrеаtе brаnd nеw mіlіtаry bаѕеѕ іn thе еаrly 70ѕ wоuld hаvе сrеаtеd аll ѕоrtѕ оf unthіnkаblе prоblеmѕ thеn whісh wоuld nоt bе ѕееn tо bе thе саѕе nоw. In аddіtіоn, thоugh іtѕ hоmе іnduѕtry wаѕ grоwіng rаpіdly, thеy wеrе оnly аt thе ѕtаrt оf thе hugе еxpоrt drіvе thаt mаdе thеm mаnufасturеrѕ tо thе wоrld durіng thе 80ѕ, thе rоlе nоw оссupіеd by Chіnа.

    Thеrе аrе аlѕо thе ѕоuthеrn Kurіlеѕ whісh hаvе lоng bееn іn dіѕputе, thіѕ tіmе wіth thе Ruѕkіеѕ. Chіnа muѕt hаvе bееn wаtсhіng оppоrtunіѕtісаlly аt thіѕ аnd thіnkіng аbоut thе bеѕt tіmе tо lаunсh thеіr оwn plаy.

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    old SHEP says:

    ?, struggling to understand what the connection is.

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    Mitt Romney says:

    And in the States, half the population are on benefits of some kind, too. Half the population pays no income tax, either.
    Coincidence? I think not!
    We still let ‘em vote, though. For Obama, but hey, such is life.

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    I am sorry to say that some of us are so much brighter than average that it takes a few thickos to bring down our score to the average.

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    Where has all the money gone says:

    I see we are being dragged into another WAR.. Looks like the Argies will have to wait their Turn..

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    Fog says:

    So thats o.k. then.

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    Baby Boomer says:

    Bikes-motor bikes-BSA-British Small Arms-Sir Bernard and Lady Docker-gold plated Rolls Royce.

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    I am not sure it is bait. You said something stupid in an attempt to be clever. You were quite properly put in your place.

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    Frankly: I don’t give a fuck even less than the fuck I didn’t give before…


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    On Mummy’s computer again, are we?

    Are we?

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    Ned Kelly's missing head says:

    How does Silent Bob type zilch

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    Where has all the money gone says:

    WTF did they think would happen?? The Kids aren’t as stupid as the Political Class,, thinking that massive DEBT is how you run your life.. Ruin..
    A Daft C-nt and his money are easily parted.. Looks like the Royal institute of Science has more than a lot of educated fools running it.. Economic terrorists like their Politcal masters. Scum have destroyed this country and enslaved its people into DEBT.

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    That was for 1:34 fake.

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    Or in the case of 1:32 fake to zero – as he has a minus quantity.

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    Lord Prescott of UpNorth says:

    and some people can’t write in sentences

    welcome to the club

    proper writing is for soft southerners anyhow

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    Ah, men! says:

    @Abba Dabba.

    And you have the smell of shitty dick about you.

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    Lord Mandlebottom says:


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    A life of undetected crime. says:

    But isn’t that the case with all criminals. only a very small minority end up with a conviction let alone illuminate the police radar?

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    Anonymous says:

    Your are very arrogant without seeming to have any real basis for that arrogance

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    ONS says:

    Which is why we use Median rather than Mean.

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    Googie says:

    The mane things are to stifle reporting, muzzle the media, steer clear of the dock, out-flank the opposition, leave the nation in hock and then hoof it.

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    Armstrong is a filthy c'nut says:

    To manufacture a bike involves good knowledge and skill at producing metal tubes.

    Metal tubes are the key component of firearms and most projectile weaponry.

    If Armstrong is being wheeled out on telly a lot in the UK (he is largely written off in the US) saying he is sorry etc. it is not to save his sorry a$$, more to perhaps save the sport, or keep demand for bikes up.

    Cycling was really hyped at the 2012 Olympics, likely to help boost exports / manufacture from UK. If that is now tarnished, time to move on.

    If bike demand goes down as a result of Armstrong trashing the sport globally, to the point the IOC are dropping it at the next Olympics, then instead of flogging the dead horse: innovate. Preserve the skills and keep them productive.

    Arms export and manufacture is much more beneficial to UK economy. Repealing the post 1997 control laws in the UK will help provide a good domestic market and make the country a better and safer place.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Having not long finished
    1 Infinity
    2. The Man who loved only Numbers
    3. The Maths gene
    4. The language of Mathematics
    Plus others upstairs in what the Grandkids call ” the cold room”, I can assure you I was bored and baiting.
    PS Reading ‘Justice’ and ‘Epigenetics’ at the mo.
    Have you anything on your new shelves to recommend?

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    Prussik says:

    Hammocks dude, hammocks. You can buy a pocket hammock and sling it most anywhere.

    But why don’t they just relax night flying until normal services resume?

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Thought it probably was. To be safe use more html shortcuts so we know it’s you.

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    Schrödinger's cat says:

    Can I join in?

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    ondiuretics [8illy's bro] says:

    “I don’t know why we are here, but I’m pretty sure that it is not in order to enjoy ourselves.”

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    Nero says:

    Do you mean doppelgangers

    Whilst you are a prat, you are not really in Division 1 so I think you should be safe.

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    Boris Johnson says:

    Men have always served women.

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    National Socialist says:

    They had more sense than to vote for you.

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    National Socialist says:

    How many of them voted Tory at the last GE?

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    Pi$$ Organ says:

    Hmm… Oprah’s interview with cheat / drug dealer Armstrong got 3.2m viewers.

    Up there with Amish Mafia, and certainly way ahead of the pathetic Moron show.

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    Bet365 says:

    It’s odds on that Tesco will sort out the burger issue.

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    albacore says:

    Name the one that ain’t and folks will feel faint
    A LibLabCon twister without a taint?
    You’ll wreck all their hard-won reputations
    Making such crazy insinuations

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    Nero says:

    plus 1

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    LNG Watch says:

    Suspected that the In Amenis plant would be razed:


    So EU, you are now being pushed more tightly into the bear hug of Gazprom.

    Watcha gonna do about than then suckers ?

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    8illy Kebab is a twat says:

    “Bleeding destitute birds pecking at my kitchen window” might be 8illy Kebab’s name of the day

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    If you search ” saturday seven uo ” into this page’s search box the answer comes up in 3D. Clever

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    Curly says:

    Jockeying for position I suppose?

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    Arthur Crown says:

    I’ll have a pony on that.

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    old SHEP says:

    I can remember doing an IQ test at primary school when I was ten years old, one of the questions was: If a white cow gives white milk, what colour milk does a black cow give?, serious philosophy involved in that one, but being ten years old I said black, a reasonable assumption on the evidence given I thought, although I knew milk from cows is always white regardless of the skin colour of the bovine. Never did get that place in Grammar School.

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    Tay King-dePisse says:

    If Boris, Plebgate Mitchell, and especially Cameltoe’s fat arse haven’t killed off cycling, nothing will.


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    Tay King-dePisse says:

    While we’re on the subject of black cows, does anyone have a Diane Abbott Tweet they’d like to post?

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    Arthur Daley says:

    I’ll have a monkey

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    Pi$$ Organ says:

    More on the viewing figure stats:


    Still better than Moron, but still way behind Rush Limbaugh (radio), who gets > 14m daily.

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    old SHEP says:

    *** Breaking News ***
    Champion Ascot horse is a chicken scandal.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Hay dock I think I’ve eaten a Tesco Beefburger.
    How do you know that?
    My voice has gone hoarse.

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    Winning says:

    I was wondering whether “Bleeding destitute birds pecking at my kitchen window” might be 8illy Kebab.

    The quantity/quality mix suggested he might be – remember http://order-order.com/2011/02/09/comment-of-the-day/#comments

    The constant posting of videos rather confirms that he is, or wants to be, 8illy Kebab

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    Ed Millionaireband says:

    What’s wrong with the wind farms I introduced?

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    Taxfodder says:

    You have to laugh at the brass neck of David Cameron….

    He presumes to treat the Algerians like UK employees or UK taxpayers for that matter.

    Funny how its so important to protect UK subjects in Algeria yet quite happy to see them die in their thousands at home on crumbling UK roads with out improvement and/or safety other than get rich speed camera taxes. The number of fatalities on Britain’s roads increased to over 1,900 in 2011, with deaths of pedestrians and car occupants increasing by 12% and 6% respectively..

    In any case I suspect gas strategic Algeria will do just as she pleases, when and how she pleases without the permission of Dithering Dave and a gaggle of second rate blustering Tories.

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    Conspiracy Watch says:

    No heated debate needed. The cadaver dogs nailed it.

    Speaking of tax, is curious that Stemcor execs were staying at the Ocean Club at exactly the same time, and got out pretty damned quick when the alarm was raised.

    Still stinks and look forward to the truth coming out as it will do eventually.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    You have just got to be John Mann MP, the most miserable human being in british politics.

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    Anonymous says:

    Which is no doubt why you keep replying

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    Curly says:

    Similar to that other old chestnut:

    1. Another word for ‘prod’ [poke]
    2. Another word for ‘people’ ]folk]
    3. A name for the white of an egg….[ ? ]

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    Mathematician says:

    ……not that we can measure intelligence, of course. IQ is a measure of how good someone was at a particular IQ test at a particular time.

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    Barney says:

    So ya’ve got a bad draw. Tough !

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    Curly says:

    Doc, Mr Mann is not taxfodder – he bloody thrives on the stuff!

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    EU Watch says:

    And in this spirit of EU Union which is clearly falling apart, isn’t it noticeable how raw national concerns are so quickly front and center of this ?

    French intervention the trigger, British and Irish nationals the main concern, how is Britain going to negotiate with Algeria, what is France doing about Mal! etc.

    The EU is written all over UN 2085, but the entity is not relevant to this job or capable of doing what is written down. The Algerian granting of access to it’s airspace to France should have been recognized as being a trap – perfectly plausible for covering this development which UK likely new would have been the result.

    France is the primary risk to stability in the Med.

    The EU is an unnecessary expense which is putting national security of nation states at significant risk.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Why do people need to buy processed foods. Lazy!

    Make your own then you’ll know what you’re eating!!

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    Dammed if you answer, dammed if you don’t. Even more difficult to solve than your namesake paradox!

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    Medic says:

    Sedatives are so easy to control in adults.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Nothing except that they’re an eyesore on the landscape, costing us £billions and never going to produce any worthwhile electricity!

    Typical labour project!!!

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    8illy Kebab says:

    So, good news about huhne/pryce

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    So is militwit going to be giving us a detailed speech soon on his reasons for staying in the EU? Well other than the fact that the EU has made his kinnochio mates very rich!!

    No? Thought not!

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Really? What is it?

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    Armstrong is a filthy c'nut says:

    Bike politics as played out in the UK is another facet of left lunacy.

    They do not save the planet and the competition level is only possible with performance enhancing drugs, or the one in a million genetics of someone like Wiggo.

    Unfortunately those winning genetics also involve the a$$hole gene, and produce pheromones particularly attractive to lefty BBC moths.

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    E J Smith says:

    Greenland has being doing something similar for centuries. I don’t think it went down well with my passengers, though.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Remember, no news is good news nell.

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    The bottom 50 percent says:

    As ONS got closest to stating, your statement is incorrect.

    Roughly half of the population will have below median intelligence.

    The average is not a fair measure, unless you trim out the outliers, which will further disprove the statement. The average is also meaningless without the standard deviation or variance additionally being provided.

    You would be correct to state that about 68% of the population have IQ within 1 standard deviation of the average, assuming IQ is Gaussian distributed, or half have IQ below the mean assuming Gaussian distribution.

    Now: Is intelligence distributed normally ? Burt (1963) suggests no.

    Funny no one above pointed that out, however that does not speak to intelligence quotas rather a complete lack of understanding of statistics. :-)

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    As long as the beef from your butcher isn’t zebra or horse. How can you tell?
    Don’t forget the supposed beef that comes out of Africa.

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    Let us prey says:

    So give us the guns, then we can be hunter-gatherers again.

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    Dave says:

    It would be a shame to waste our billions of pounds worth of pricey desert kit and all those snazzy uniforms. Let’s spend a few years running pointlessly around the North African desert ‘to make the streets of Britain safer.”

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    Optimist says:

    The evenings are getting visibly lighter. Just thought I’d throw you a crumb of wisdom.

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    Old Moor Alma's nag says:

    William is naturally nebulous.

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    I can't wait to emigrate. Great Britain is dying. says:

    I’m disappointed Guido hasn’t covered two major stories from the last week which are absolutely sickening and outrageous in nature.

    The first is the Muslim Patrols story, about the bunch of fucking bearded raghead c-unts wearing hoods and going around areas late at night in London and intimidating people they regard as being immoral. They uploaded a video where they went to a woman who was on her own late at night and called her an animal for wearing a skirt. In other footage they forced a man to throw away his bottle because he was in a “muslim area”. You’ll note these brave soldiers of the p*edo prophet wear hoods and only go up to people who are on their own late at night.

    The second was that Martin Smith of the Socialist Workers Party was acquited of rápe by the party in a private sharia style court. A female member of the party accused him of rápe. Instead of taking the matter to the police, she and the party decided to handle it themselves because they “can’t trust the bourgeois court system”. They took his side of the story, whilst admitting they’re all personal friends of his and don’t know the victim. Several members of the party have resigned as a result.

    The first story is the product of decades of left propaganda that told us to respect islam or else we were nazis. The second shows how the left really view women’s rights.

    Both = the left in all its nasty, ugly, horrific glory.

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    Owen Jones"The Cheekie Chappie" says:

    If you stain your clothes whilst eating, don’t panic. Get two bottles of white wine.

    Drink them quickly and you won’t give a fuck.

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    X Bart Archer says:

    Ayup, John. I’ve never had any trouble writing in sentences.

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    Garrett the twat says:

    didnt the Australian enviroloons put a stop to all the burning back of dead wood and creation of good firebreaks all in the name of saving the planet….

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    Airey Belvoir says:

    Iceland has a very big economic future selling geothermal electricity to Europe – once transmission efficiency has been improved. Also server farms, which need a lot of cooling. They have a great natural gift – Reykjavik has volcanic hot water mains, which admittedly means the shower tends to smell of farts,

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    Barney says:

    Are you, by any chance, a pal o’mino ?

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    Airey Belvoir says:

    All credit to Tesco for opening up a Newmarket.

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    SCMP Watch says:

    Certainly are a lot of niwatori coming home to roost.

    The base back then could have been set up with the US and wouldn’t have to be anything big. There was survey work done and the oil was known about since 1968, but is perhaps not Ch!na’s main concern. Ch!na is relatively new to deep sea drilling:


    (NB: Note the location and that AW109’s were recently sold to the Phil and the crash in London the other day and significant of T@ng… curious eh. ?)

    Timing is more likely due to political problems at home and availability of aircraft carrier / new attack subs. Ch!nese SU rip offs should beat Japan F-15’s if they can project closer to the islands.

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    Missed Story Watch says:

    Agree it is curious that these were missed here, however caution should be paid.

    The Mu55ie patrol in London is interesting. They are actually projecting a set of moral principals onto people who they view as having abdicated all sense of moral responsibilities. The knee jerk reaction is that they are wrong to do this, however that is left training bypassing the fact that such opposition implies that a different set of moral values are being imposed on them. The real problem is a liberal one, in that they are reacting to the fact that amoral values are being imposed and flouted.

    Do not agree with their methods, but as a libertarian in principal one agrees with what they are fundamentally trying to do. Highlighting that is divisive as the left has muddied the debate too much with the race card.

    The Smith case should be dealt with by Police and CPS immediately, and all those involved in the ‘court’ should be prosecuted for various offences which have been committed. Would need to check but it must be illegal to set up an adhoc court such as that to deal with criminal matters.

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    I can't wait to emigrate. Great Britain is dying says:

    What’s wrong, leftie diddums? Did I offend your fascist muslim brothers?

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    Michael Flogging Parkinson says:

    I’ve eaten hundreds of interesting horse cocks.

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    I can't wait to emigrate. Great Britain is dying says:

    @Missed Story Watch, I agree completely on Smith/SWP. Completely disagree on the muslims. This is Britain, we have the right to drink and women have the right to dress how they want. These rabid thugs are trying to impose the strictures of their perverted ideology in a country where they have no business doing such a thing. Can you imagine the reaction if an English group was found to have patrolled areas telling muslim women to take off their burka and forcing muslim men to drink beer? Yet, these same leftie c-unts remain deafeningly silent on this because it’s muslims. This is the very nightmare we’ve been warning about for years. It started with halal meat in supermarkets, then halal served at fast food outlets, now they’re trying to control what the indigenous population do. If there’s one good thing to come out of it, it’s that hatred against muslims will quadruple as a result. These stinking, bearded, halitosis ridden perverts are too thick to realise they’re their own worst enemy.

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    @ Anonymong, @ Nero

    Quite agree with both of you. To use someone else’s moniker is not only arrogant but also cowardly. I notice that TaT still has not set up his website despite appearances…

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    "Lebanon" Levi Stoltzfus says:

    Proving, of course, that when it comes to sleazeballs, Americans would rather stick with their own, and don’t need to import one, verstehen sie, Piers? Dummkopf?

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    Can't use me old moniker says:

    You are right @314 I was expecting guido to jump on these stories. I may well be wrong but do detect a slight change in this site over the years, possibly since the beginning of the daily star times. And while 326 has a valid point it still doesn’t lessen the fact that the first of these stories, at least, should be of national importance.

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    Polly says:

    Have you tried Gentleman’s Tennapads as an alternative?. I can recommend them

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Interesting isn’t it how huhne has gagged the press.

    Anybody any ideas on his views on leveson? ++++laugh++++

    You wouldn’t want this man anywhere near the levers of power!!

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    Kilgore Trout says:

    You are free to eat whatever breakfast you will.

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    Can't use me old moniker says:

    . . . and they kill beautiful birds.

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    Scarborough shoal! Is it salvage or Savile they are after? :-)

    Interesting though but I’ll avoid the references to chicken/horse!

    Can’t see how the chopper was anything but an accident though, Mr T notwithstanding. Mind you, in his shoes, I would now have three standby choppers and chose one at the last moment!

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    If I had not taken that funny silver hat off a few minutes ago, I would be imagining him being set up with a new identity, passport and bank accounts.

    But, hold on, I don’t want to start anything off here. :-)

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    Elliot's Carvery says:

    For our next trick we’re thinking of Fakenham.

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    Missed Story Watch says:

    It was the Arbitration Act I was trying to remember.

    This was never intended to allow such courts to be convened for criminal matters:


    The judgement reached should not be passed by a national court, and if it is that story is worth blowing through the roof, so to speak.

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    Piers Stefan O'Meara Pughe-Morgan says:

    Guns? Did you say guns? We can’t possibly allow people to have guns– there might be one nutter in a million who will shoot up a public place, and kill over a dozen innocent passers-by! That’s why we have to set up all kinds of laws and policing, to deprive the other 999,999 from getting their hands on one, and for one of them possibly being able to return fire, just so a statistically-infinitesimal number of people, that we cannot predict with any certainty, will in theory be saved!

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    Sir Victor Blank was knighted in 1999 ‘for services to the financial industry’ I would like to make it clear I have never heard of Gordon Brown, Sir Victor or Sir Fred Goodwin


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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Regardless of the outcome of this case huhne is going to be remembered for gagging the press.

    Not exactly the actions of a decent, hardworking, TRANSPARENT politician eh?

    But then the libdems are finished anyway so what the hell?!!

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    sky news transcripts says:

    the jury at the trial of ian huntley were never shown any evidence that proved the two soham girls were deceased because the judge deemed the crime scene photographs too graphic, despite it being a fundamental part of murder charges that states the jury must be shown such evidence.


    detective constable brian stevens was originally charged with inciting others to make indecent images of children. who exactly was the person he incited?

    exhibits officer tony goodridge was originally charged with removing evidence from a crime scene… the crime scene in question being ian huntley’s house.

    later the charges against these to police officers were changed to possession of indecent images of children.

    on their website sky news provided daily transcripts of the court proceedings, however each transcript was proceeded with a message that stated they might remove parts of the transcripts on grounds of public decency. having read each and every transcript i can tell you the only thing they removed were partial sections concerning ian huntley’s use of the internet.

    it is very interesting that the mainstream media neglected to mention to the public that ian huntley was autistic or his behaviour on days when he was present at court. long gone was the man seen striding in front of the cameras during the search for the girls, instead it was replaced by a man who spent most of his court appearances dribbling and rocking from side to side. this change in demeanour is no doubt due to the fact he spent some time prior to the trial at rampton high security hospital.

    the press also made no mention of the fact that the father of holly wells, who worked as a window cleaner, spent a couple of weeks cleaning the windows of the school that ian huntley was a caretaker of. and yes you’ve guessed it, huntley assisted kevin wells in this task and most days both holly and jessica were also present.

    detective constable brian stevens whose official role in the case was that of family liaison officer, was additionally charged at a later date with indecently assaulting a 13 year old girl, which happened to be the same age of a older sister of one of the soham girls.

    brian stevens was eventually found not guilty of all charges and at the end of the trial appeared before the media decked at in a cheap looking suit- which is strange because anyone who has the misfortune of knowing or encountering him knows he a penchant for extremely expensive well cut three piece suits. (i say that with first hand experience of this scumbag).

    in summary… huntley was part of a online child pornography ring and engaged in sexual behaviour with the two soham girls. stevens was a member of the same online ring and got huntley to photograph/video this behaviour. stevens and other members of the ring then conspired to kidnap the girls and pervert the course of justice aka to get huntley to carry the can. it is highly likely that the girls remained captive sex slaves of this ring for several years.

  294. 294
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    What on earth is all the fuss about? try wild meat – rabbit, deer, hare, boar , wild duck, pheasant etc.

    Low in fat and very good for you.

    Just give over grumbling about things!

  295. 295

    Oh, he is transparent all right!

    We can all see right through him…

  296. 296
    Missed Story Watch says:

    Get where you are coming from with the Mu55ie groups, but the picture has to be looked at from two sides. Incidentally, I do not support the policy which led to their large presence here in the first place, what we are seeing now is an unintended consequence of that action.

    The Halal meat issue is in our favor: The standards for Halal are much higher than usual fair, and other than the odd sounding name and cutting out pork, should not be an issue. (The uTube vids of pork chops with coke put me off to be fair and confirmed that those who reject are on to something…)

    Their approach to imposing their moral value system cannot be supported. That they are making the effort though can be, and is important.

    The real reaction should be to restore the understanding of moral consequence of action in the indigenous population. This would cut the argument from the Mu55ie side, and give us the moral strength to have them adapt to our culture and stop attacking our culture on these grounds.

    The issue of women is deeply complex. They are actually the largest victim group in the liberal war that has been fought in the UK. Yes they should wear what they want, and have freedom, but they should also display self respect and a sense of decorum when out and about. Modern feminism is does great disservice in this respect.

    Actions have consequence, and all must take responsibility for their own actions. A reaction against the religion or along xenophobic lines will fail if the desire is to correct this problem and have the enemy conform to our standards.

  297. 297
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Great article in History Today this month about how Churchill, Lincoln, Nightingale and Darwin used their problems with depressive illness to achieve great things.

    What a pity a certain recent PM couldn’t do the same!

  298. 298
    Can't use me old moniker says:

    If you have done nothing wrong, then you have nothing to hide. Isn’t that right Mr. Hunenish?

  299. 299
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Great article in His tory Tod ay this month about how Chur chill, Linc oln, Nighting ale and Dar win used their problems with dep res sive illne ss to achieve great things.

    What a pity a certain recent PM couldn’t do the same!

  300. 300
    Machiavelli says:

    One could almost consider the liberal destruction of moral responsibility, hence culture as being a subversive way of trying to merge disparate cultures in a cultural union of sorts.

    The flaw of course is how do you integrate cultures which have no sense of moral responsibility. They will likely turn on each other at the earliest opportunity.

    However, the lack of responsibility would provide the elites with a case to use against the population as to why they cannot be independent, and have to join the collectivist mass.

  301. 301
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Well exactly ‘can’t use me old old moniker’ !!

    Big question for us watchers is ‘ what is it that he doesn’t want us to know’??

    And it has to be bad otherwise he would want it all out in the open.

    The stench is overpowering!!

  302. 302
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    So where does huhne think, when he becomes leader of the libdems that he is going to take them?

    Maybe he should join the scie ntolo gists and take them off to another planet!

  303. 303

    My dear Count,

    So recherché is your expression that even the illustrious Urban Dic has not yet provided an entry… I will have my storeman go straight down to the dungeon and have a search in the Oxford English Dictionaries for the last six decades whilst he is retrieving another bottle of Nuits St Georges Premier Cru 1966.

    Meanwhile, Sir, I have the pleasure to remain your most humble and obedient servant,


  304. 304
    Gordon says:

    But I did achieve great things. I managed to get rid of all that gold just after the price strangely dropped: I got out in time. And I signed some treaty in the kitchen in Brussels. Or was that Washington?

  305. 305

    Breaking news Avalanche in Jockland Three more dopey twats injured / need rescuing
    What sort of fuckin idiot goes climbing on mountains covered in soft snow
    Make them pay for it !

  306. 306
    Bigoted Woman says:

    When are the Bulgarians flocking to this Country ?

  307. 307
    CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

    We’re seeing the end of the recession in that bad companies are being removed from the market.

    This is real economic growth, not the false “growth” caused by Gordo’s credit binge.

  308. 308
    Satan says:

    You did well my son.

  309. 309

    You also left the Nation the largest government since World War II and the hugest influx of immigrants since time began. Well done !!

  310. 310
    CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

    Dear Tat,
    Get well soon.

    Where’s that blog you promised us years ago?

    All @ oo.com

  311. 311
    Legal Eagle says:

    English common law is the trus law of the land.

    All other law understands this.

  312. 312
    Anonymous says:

    Just a brief, cheap holiday. In 2015 the red totalitarian machine clicks back into gear for the long term.

  313. 313
    Belfry says:

    And, apparently, lots of my bats.

  314. 314
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Dabitoff used to do the trick, even if the smell knocked you out.

    Does it still exist, I wonder? Ah, a victim of ‘elf and safety, of course:


  315. 315
    SCMP Watch says:

    Eyewitnesses said chopper appeared to be having issues prior to crash, no black box and will be difficult indeed to find any evidence from what is left.

    Accident maybe, but with ‘best pilot in the country’ and timing, credibility wanes. Accident likely as troubles started early…

    The control over fishing is also significant in the Senkaku. Soy harvest down last year – significantly.

  316. 316
    BBC news says:

    We only expect seven or eight, and they will be doctors and scientists.

    And now a story about a penguin who couldn’t get it up because of the cuts.

  317. 317
    I am not answerable to meddling Edinburgh dogshite says:

    What a long week it has been. Another week gone.

  318. 318

    I.E. Internal troubles call for external diversion.

    Where have we heard that one before?

  319. 319
    CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

    Why not try and make then not make kids in the first place?

    Rather than make their fecklessness cost taxpayers (and thus harm the economy).

  320. 320
    m'Lard Prezza of Hull and Damnation says:

    Wait a mo!!! he only done what he done coz I waz wiv him giving support and contradictions we orl woz the twat campballs woz to so i wouldn’t think he done it orl by himself and you wanna watch it mate anyway WHEN IS TEA? i’m bleeding hungry wtaching all this snow and stuff when i was on a boat we had snow up ter hear!!! phwooar look at that walking by!!!! i’d like to upwrap her furry layers!!!! phwooarrr!!!

  321. 321
    Can't use me old moniker says:

    The left have a history of Satanism.

    In the heraldry days of old: Dexter” (Latin for “right”) means to the right from the viewpoint of the bearer of the arms, to the left of that of the viewer. “Sinister” (Latin for “left”) means to the left from the viewpoint of the bearer, to the right of that of the viewer. The dexter side is considered the side of greatest honour.

  322. 322
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Guido Fawkes ‏@GuidoFawkes
    Happy to report @ChrisHuhne will be in Court next week. Can’t report any more than that without being in contempt of court. N.B. I’m happy.

  323. 323
    English Person says:

    At the risk of provoking that welsh fellow out of his cave, I felt I had to put this up since it’s Sunday tomorrow. Looks corny, but it’s very well done and of course the script is brilliant:

  324. 324
    Pet Shop Customer says:

    Excuse me young man, do you have fat balls?

  325. 325
    SCMP Watch says:

    It’s a popular one with all governments who know they are going to get caught in a bind.

    However, the Soy issue for Ch!na is much more serious. Most of their supply comes from outside the country and it is that which has failed. Some reading up of analysis also shows that the imports represent a significant water import as well.

    With the size of their population the demand for protein is somewhat large. This is not just about diversion, but really is looking like it is shaping up to be about a display of raw aggression for the purpose of survival.

    India of course is another source of food, but they stopped exporting a few years ago:


    And check out irredentism, Himalayas and recent developments by Ch!na and India.

  326. 326
    English Person says:

  327. 327
    Ex pat former higher rate tax payer says:

    Lets be perfectly frank about this shall we.

    If the Algerians had notified Dave in advance that they were going to attack when the Islamists were trying to drive across the desert with UK hostages Dave would immediately have despatched SAS and paratroopers from his aircraft carrier in the Med

    In this way the Islamists would have been apprehended and the Uk Hostages freed alive.

    If you believe all the crap I have just written you will no doubt believe that accountant Hammond when he says the deaths of these hostages is solely the fault of the Islamists themselves.

  328. 328
    Mathematician says:

    Most people have an above-average number of legs.

  329. 329
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Well, maybe one or two more than that. Possibly.

  330. 330
    Sir William says:

    No wonder Blockbuster is going down, when every video ever made is posted here.

  331. 331

    That situation has clearly moved on whilst my attention has been elsewhere. I had always expected the trouble to flare up on the Kashmir side. My father served on secondment to the Indian Navy up to the time of partition and actually lived in the house which Lutyens built on Aurangzeb Road and in which Muhammad Ali Jinnah had previously lived. It is now the Dutch Ambassador’s residence and I was treated to tea there on my last visit when they learned of my family connections.

    The prime example of irredentism is of course the Anschluss, something out of my time but with which I have had a startling number of close but chance connections which I won’t go into now.

    The Tibet situation would not have moved the food problems on at all as it is all subsistence stuff there. But it is one step closer which probably provides the key. Have they built air bases there?

    On a lighter note, I am always amused by the Indian preference for the denominations of lakh and crore!

  332. 332

    Christ, you are a twat of the highest order

  333. 333
    paedo special forces says:

    generally speaking those of a masonic inclination like to play games and stretch the boundaries of what they can get away with. unfortunately for them they bit off more than they can chew (something far bigger than soham) and it is only a matter of time till their downfall. they thought the traditional royal link to freemasonry would save them… they were very very wrong.

  334. 334
    Dr Mengele says:

    How do you know its him and not a fake?

  335. 335
    English Person says:

    Not to us lefties matey, and we’re brighter than you lot.

  336. 336
    SCMP Watch says:

    It’s not so much the Kashmir side that is of interest, more the India Ch!na border side that is interesting.

    India / Pakistan is going to be balanced by TAPI pipeline eventually, and if agreement can be drawn up to absorb Pakistan military, Pakistan itself be joined back to India maybe within the next 10 years.

    It will be curious to see if a spur will be taken off of that towards Ch!na.

    This was the other recent article I was looking for:


    Lakh / Crore suspect are the remnants of their hyperinflation, may be handy for folk in the UK to get used to those terms the way things are going.

  337. 337
  338. 338
    UK Watch says:

    And who is eating the Swans:

  339. 339
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Don’t ask Lord Jim Knight former Labour Minister about anything to do with Fraud and Lloyds bank in Swanageshire – he didn’t do anything about it [it could be on record mind] and it just might come back to haunt him very soon.

  340. 340
    Blowing Whistles says:

    And then there’s Lord Ahmed mentioned in the D Mail today – he of having his banking links and criminal conviction quashed … what Ho! them all in it together old boys?

  341. 341
    restore the monasteries says:


  342. 342
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Got me an original american copy of Oprah A Biography by Kitty Kelly some years ago. Plenty of porky pies in that book.

  343. 343
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Is kitt.y kell.ys book on oprah fullo5hite?

  344. 344

    Maybe I expressed myself badly but you are saying what I was already admitting. It is China, not P@kistan, that is the critical point/problem. I agree, having checked what you said.

    BTW Where is your main focus of interest, and why, if that is not too impertinent a question? Are you in education, industry or emeritus?

  345. 345
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Does he ned too

  346. 346
    Blowing Whistles says:

    In the case of Lord Ahmed – he had his conviction conveniently ‘quashed’ … one rule for them and – well you know the rest…

  347. 347
    Anonymous says:

    They are actually projecting a set of moral principals onto people who they view as having abdicated all sense of moral responsibilities.

    I’ve never read such apologist drivel. What utter f-ing bullshit.

    It is muslims marking out territory, like they do in every place that has the misfortune to accommodate them, from Thailand to Nigeria.

    It’s an exercise of muslim arrogance and domination over the indigenous population. Are you really this thick?

    We dont need them, their warped morality or w@nker apologists like you. If you are typical of Libertarian ‘thought’, then this country is even further down the sewer than I thought possible.

    Libertarianism – combining the naive stupidity of the left with the greed and selfishness of the right.

  348. 348
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Aren’t you some deluded pratt who’s been shown to be a right fecking pillock and who has so much to hide behind your public persona?

    And don’t you know what narcissism is you fake?

  349. 349
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I know what ‘comment’ the above was pointed at – such that it appears on its lonesome.

  350. 350
    Blowing Whistles says:

    348 & 349 tie in together – withone way above and perhaps with 350 if I post it quick enough.

  351. 351
    Diversity aint just for the plebs says:

    House them next to the politicians, academics and media folk who think importing them will be no problem.

    Hey Dimblebore, that means a few dozen Roma families in your nice little Sussex villiage, about time you had some real diversity. Who do you think you are? Billy Bragg?

  352. 352
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Anyone with a high powerd rifle can take out a helicopter – and it’s hardly likely that the hole will be discovered in whats left of the wreckage – there was a helicopter which had a similar odd dropping to the gorund near Bournemouth airport several years ago – all russian businessmen involved of course.

  353. 353
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Katie and her former footy boyfriend were both well know to like a bit of the old coke. Many unborn children are skrewed for life by their parents’ coke habits – yet they never own up to that it was their coke habits which affected the development of the unborn. She is the most high profile coke abuser who will not admit he mistakes along with her ex footy coke head partner.

  354. 354
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Many of the old school of Doctors – know damned well that the H Oath is but a worthless piece of cra.p these days – most Doctors are now suborned under legal vultures (of the NHS Litigation Dept) who face off any and every risk of litigation that may come their way – YES another cancer out of the litigation propagation of schools of f.uck.s of Ma erica.

  355. 355
    Blowing Whistles says:

    And nooooo he wasn’t supplying GiBoys at a base near by with underage girls either?

  356. 356
    Blowing Whistles says:

    As a member of the public in the UK – would Mr O (over the pond) kindly keep his nose out of our business – you don’t come under the 5hit that EU politicos feed us – if you did you’d soon change yer mind sonny boy.

    Special Relation – up yer butt ship – TARANTINO-STYLE.

    You’re not our Master so sling yer hook.

  357. 357

    What you have to know, with your HK MP7 in hand, is that that chopper is going to be flying over you and diverted, because of fog, to Battersea.

    And there is the issue of the fog itself…

    I think you have to think that one through better…

  358. 358

    What you have to know, BW, with your ΗΚ MP7 in hand, is that that chopper is going to be flying over you and diverted, because of fog, to Battersea.

    And there is the issue of the fog itself…

    I think you have to think that one through better…

  359. 359

    Now that we have a new page, I would just like to thank all those sockpuppets who have tried and, I hope failed, to imitate me.

    I do appreciate TaT that it is the sincerest form of flattery…

  360. 360
    Frankie Howerd says:

    Don’t you mean camp on a bed?

  361. 361
    sky news transcripts says:

    this has got nothing to do with the late joe viall’s take on the soham case- he was completely wrong. i am not suggesting everything he ever pontificated about to be incorrect but on this one he was way out.

    some of the trial transcripts are available here…


    and here is a library of news articles pertaining to the case…


  362. 362
    A Romanian says:

    We’ll take our caravans anywhere we want to.

  363. 363
    Guest house visitor says:

    ha ha. So see though.

    Push it to find out, and yes, I have found it out.

    Another hypocritical site.

    Dozens of posts from me eliminated today, since I make tory se english look stupid. What is new, ey?

    Pathetic. Toys in pram it is, and you have made you look like right arses.

    Thank god i take a capture each hour on blog threads I post on. Got stacks when I was on New Statesman, when they didn’t want to hear non London living bubble stuff, too.

  364. 364
    Guest house visitor says:


  365. 365
    Curly says:

    Doesn’t Her Maj own all the swans in the country? She will not be amused!

  366. 366
    Taxfodder says:

    The fault lays with BP for not protecting its employees and the UK Government for not insisting they do so…

    In truth despite all the huff and puff the Algerians and the UK don’t have much in common with possibly the exception of not giving a toss about hostages whilst pretending otherwise…

    Follow the cash my friends this rule rarely lets you down!

  367. 367
    Dave says:

    Recession due to wrong type of snow!

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