October 28th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


126 Comments

  1. 1
    Nightmare says:

    Crazy storm overnight there….the crisp packet which some dirty bastard threw on my garden yesterday has blown about three feet into the rhododendron.
    Thank you BBC

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    • 18
      Glib bastard says:

      But…but…there’s a large branch down in Kensington! Panic!!!!

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    • 36
      Mike Robe says:

      Another Great Tractor Forecasting success from the Metoffice ecoloons. I read Ed Davey has gone ape.

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    • 45
      DISASTEROUS DAVE ONE TERM IS MORE THAN ENOUGH says:

      Great picture !
      That wouldn’t be the first time Dave has been blown by Rebekah Brooks

      Best one yet ! Is this by that old guy with the white hair who keeps popping up on here ?

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      • 58
        White haired yoof says:

        He at least knows how to spell properly. It’s ‘disastrous’ not ‘disasterous’, twit.

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      • 61

        Good morning, sir.

        I trust, etc..

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      • 63
        Mandy says:

        Ooooh – saucy!

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      • 73
        Anonymous says:

        DDOTIMTE.You are a very unpleasant person, as a matter of interest (and for my research) can you tell me if you have a job and if you are in a relationship ? as im wondering who could tolerate you in real life.With thanks.

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        • 87
          ONCE GREAT BRITAIN says:

          Yes Mr Anon I have Never had One day Out of work since i left school at 15
          which was 41 years ago
          And i also have been married to the same woman for 31 years

          So as i have paid my taxes in full , i have a right to vent my anger at the gang of Crooks who have ruined My once great country

          So your profile of me is about as accurate as the BBC’s weather predictions

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        • 98

          If I may put a word in Mr Anonymong,

          Either you are new here (though I have noticed your ‘n’ website for at least a year or two, so unlikely) or you cannot have paid sufficient attention to the postings of my very good friend MFHSOCACOS.

          He posts early in the morning and then conscientiously goes out and earns the money to pay taxes to help the dole scroungers in the style to which they have become accustomed. He has a historical interest in his surroundings and visits sites from bygone years in his spare time. The salt of the earth, you could call him.

          Finally, he is one of the most convivial types one may wish to meet. For years now, we have happily planned a whole number of spit-roasts.

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          • DISASTROUS DAVE ONE TERM IS MORE THAN ENOUGH says:

            Cheers pal for your kind words ,i will take take them with me to my toils
            as i struggle to make a living in this once great land

            catch you later

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          • Archimedes says:

            “He posts early in the morning and then conscientiously goes out and earns…”
            If 10am is early in the morning to you self-styled “salts of the earth” no wonder our economy is in the shit!

            Now, got to nip out to the benefits office like a real man.

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          • Judgements made without care to establish the facts. You do not know what time he gets back at nights. You don’t know what preparatory work takes place before he leaves, you don’t know what times his clients prefer to see him. In short, you just want to denigrate him without regard to the truth.

            Mr Archimedes, you are not in the mould of the fantastic engineer and mathematician from Magna Graecia who managed to establish a real truth. You are really just another bent screw!

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      • 75
        Jimmy Savile says:

        Now then, now then…

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    • 50
      Rev. o' Lution says:

      “Whistleblower Edward Snowden was taken for a ride by con artists in the service of the US and UK intelligence agencies.

      “Under the cover of ‘independent journalism’, the scammers conned him out of his trove of secret NSA files, hustled him from Hong Kong ahead of legislature-sponsored public hearings on cyber-espionage, and unceremoniously dumped him, minus documents, in a transit lounge at Moscow Airport .

      “This report shows how the American and British spymasters retrieved the top-secret files by luring the fugitive into a well-laid trap, while the mass media went along with the deception to aid the authorities in evading public calls to abolish the global surveillance state…”

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    • 69
      Vince Kabul says:

      Why no mention of Strictly Come Dancing? Now that Deborah is out I’ll have to pick a different likely winner. Stick to important issues please.

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  2. 2

    That’s quite good. after years of trying, Rich seems to have got the idea of this satire business.

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    • 24
      film buff says:

      Nicole Kidman has never looked lovelier.

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    • 77
      Anonymous says:

      Er, even when nobody knows who the feck the 2 faces are ? i thought it was Eric Pickles and Angela !

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    • 95
      Thomas says:

      I think Rich has finally cracked it, time for Guido to do some action reporting at the Old Bill, ooops he cannot do that now his master would not like it, should have stayed with Dirty Des and promoted to the Sexpress. It’s strange but Brookesy looks a bit like my ex-fiancé’s daughter facially anyway (not mine)

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  3. 3
    Nightmare says:

    Not only that, I now see the chocolate wrapper hasn’t moved at all.
    Disaster averted.
    I can only praise the BBC for their timely warnings constantly the last 72 hours.

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    • 5
      Tin-Tin says:

      Damned if they do, damned if they don’t.

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    • 90
      Anonymous says:

      Yes but they were so concentrating on the wind they forgot to mention the rain.

      The highest winds were on a headland at the bottom of the IOW.

      As for the trees down in the street. Look at the pictures of the roots. When a tree falls due to wind in an open wood it rips up the whole root ball.

      These town trees have had their roots compromised by services and more importantly the tarmac/concrete placed over them. A tree needs to breath or the roots rot.

      In the days when the UK had services, all threes in the area were pollarded or similar. The tree still was left with a shape but it was much safer. Now we just let them grow and expect them to survive. Trees fall and branches break off. It happens regularly in all natural woods.

      Our modern planning insists on tree lined developments to replace the green open spaces that have been robbed from our cities and towns. Trees need room, not to be squashed between fences and roads. It is time we actually planned our environment knowing nature, instead of trying to specify nature.

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  4. 4
    DtP says:

    This is just a media circle jerk that carries pretty esoteric interest yet will be reported on ad bloody nauseam. I’m already bored. Ho hum…

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  5. 6
    Little Bo Peep says:

    Pity he couldn’t find space for the proverbial teacup.

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    • 99
      Thomas says:

      Say Guido is it a bit draughty in Londonistan, it’s just light rain where I am not much wind at the moment.

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  6. 7
    Loyal Conservative Supporter says:

    Dear Prime Minister. I am really greatful and impressed that you found time to chair the discussion about the impending storm yesterday. It was clearly effective in averting the national disaster forecast by the Met Office and BBC.

    There is no truth whatsoever in the malicious rumour that they grossly over exaggerated, and are typical overpaid useless public sector wastrels.

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    • 16
      who benefits? says:

      A giant tent to cover the UK would mitigate man made global warming which as 99% of climate scientologists know is wholly the cause of the great terror storm of 2013, never again must we be exposed to windy conditions. Oh and a new super super super computer to produce super accurate climate models is desperately needed, five hundred million quid should do it, never again must windy weather be allowed to creep up on us.

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      • 25
        JH890482309480923 says:

        Can’t they just use Excel’s goal seeking function?

        Just enter ‘GLOBAL WARMING CLIMATE CHANGE BULLSHIT’ as the target and see what it comes up with.

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        • 26
          JH890482309480923 says:

          Just thought, you probably want to enter some £££ signs in there as well.

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          • Dave's PR SPAD No 22 says:

            BRITISH MET OFFICE

            Storm will plough through England and Wales and devastate a swathe of the country from the South Coast to the North Midlands

            IRISH MET OFFICE

            Its moved south and will largely miss southern Ireland altogether but will hit localized areas in SW England and along the South Coast

            Guess who was right?

            The problem is that once the news ball was rolling they had to keep the moral panic going becasue:

            1 otherwise they would have had the piss ripped out of them

            2 keeping it going allows them to portray themselves s in control – “our prompt action averted tragedy”

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    • 34
      Nigel S says:

      For the stronger we our houses do build,
      The less chance we have of being killed.

      Isle of Sheppey max wind speed 28/10/13 63 m.p.h., max wind speed 5/2/13 63 m.p.h.

      http://www.iossc.org.uk/weather/index.php?n=10

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    • 80
      Anonymous says:

      People here are so small minded ! they have problems with weather all over the world and have it on telly as well ! why the feck dont you all stop complaining ?

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      • 96
        Cor Blimey says:

        World Headline News.
        Micheal Fish (remember him of 1987) was on the Toady Programme this morning stating (gasp!) that a tree has blown over in his garden.
        Gruniard should put it on their front page news and await the response.

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  7. 9
    Mornington Crescent says:

    I dread to think what’s blowing out of the rear end.

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    • 62
      John of Hull says:

      I did warn the missus that I’d had a meat vindaloo and a few lagers. Can’t hold it in forever.

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  8. 10
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    In cheerier news: Coulson and Brooks in Court today !

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  9. 12
    Glyn H says:

    There was a much cleverer version by Adam in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday.

    And indeed there were less leaves on the lawn that most of last week here on the ‘storm battered’ Devon coast

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  10. 14
    who benefits? says:

    Swinging between the great storm in a tea cup of 2013 to outpouring of mass public grief over a drug addled overrated pop star most people have never heard of has been the output of the BBC today. Its everything you want from your BBC, a feast of information only the left want to know about.

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    • 20
      UKIP or bust says:

      Ah but, it cost a lot to talk about climate change and dead pop stars, just over three and a half BILLION in fact.

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    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      You are so right. The dross put out out by mega rich BBC and the mega rich presenters makes one despair. All paid for by the poor sod-the tax payer.

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    • 82
      Anonymous says:

      Good one ! they have just had Morrisey droning on about him on the Today Prog !

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      • 100
        Pundit too too says:

        The bright spot of the weekend BBC radio 4 were the cutting comments made by reviewers on Morrisey’s new book printed by Penguin Classics.
        Of course at the end they had to follow BBC left wing guidelines and give some praise to this self absorbed victim of everyone under the sun and moon.

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    • 85
      Genghiz the kahn says:

      Lou Reed brought some knowing grins at BBC as he sang about bisexuality and oral sex on Radio 1.

      That sounded line their line for the day.

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    • 120
      who benefits? says:

      Will we get a new Lou reed memorial hospital specialising in liver transplants for the rich and famous arty farty types? They mess up their livers with drugs and booze get a new liver fitted so they can do that in with booze and drugs. And if some poor sod on the waiting list dies waiting for a liver transplant so what? Its not like they are famous slebs.

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  11. 15
    Fact Hunt says:

    How the fuck did we ever win 2 world wars? Bit of aggressive weather, totally overhyped, and the country grinds to a halt. If Alky Ada want an outrage, stick someone undercover in the Met Office.

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    • 19
      Shahsonic says:

      How did we win the wars? By waiting for the Americans to bail us out.

      Britain is a land of shirkers.

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      • 27
        Fact Hunt says:

        If it wasn’t for Fighter Command sunshine you’d be goose stepping to work yanks or no yanks.

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        • 70
          Tom Catesby says:

          The yanks didn’t win the Battle of Britain, the RAF did, it’s probably as well the bastards weren’t involved, going off recent past form, it’s generally safer having them on the other side.

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      • 43
        Anonymous says:

        The russians won the war.

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      • 56
        cha ching says:

        Didn’t they bail us out with our money and when we ran out they then put goods and equipment on the never never.

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      • 118
        You sound like a traitor says:

        Britain declared war on Hitler in 1939.

        The yanks, our supposed allies, didn’t join in until they were bombed into it by the Japs in 1942.

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    • 40
      Mike Robe says:

      Exactly what the Chiefs of Staff asked themselves before deciding they’d had enough of paying for weather forecasts which seemed would advantage an enemy rather better.

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    • 110
      Jack Ketch says:

      Because sometime in the mid 1960s the twats who had advanced to Lance Corporals in WW2 obtained political power and introduced the Nanny State. With their accomplices, the Monstrous Regiment of Wimmin, they set a campaign to treat the population as if they had the IQ of a seven year old retard. It has taken fifty years and they are about there.

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  12. 17
    UKIP or bust says:

    I can’t effin belive it, this windy day or storm has a name!

    What’s next:
    The Met Office. “Oh, people out there in climate change land there is a shower predicted for Teusday and were calling it Shirly”?

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    • 35
      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      Wind whistling in the trees, torrential rain, cold miserable weather with server storm damage could be called a Gordon!

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      • 51
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

        A horrible wailing and shrieking, call it Hurricane Hattie :-)

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        • 103
          Sunny West Midlands says:

          Lovely sunny day here and only a little wind and rain in the night.
          Perhaps the small amount of bad weather is a curse on global warming eco warriors and left wing activists?

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    • 119
      Hunt says:

      What name? Tristram?

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  13. 22
    Fat Northerner says:

    By eck its reet grand oop north here lad. Theres nowt wrong wi weather. All this fretting over some southern poofs who have a little gust if wind and some rain to deal with. You la di dah southern poofs need to toughen up a bit tha knows.

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    • 41
      Another fat tatooed says:

      Bit of wind and a bit of rain and the southern jessie’s go into panic mode, you think we had an inch of snow, flippin eck

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    • 47
      Another fat tatoo'ed Northerner says:

      Bit of wind and a bit of rain and the southern jessie’s go into panic mode, you think we had an inch of snow, flippin eck .

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  14. 23
    stormy weather says:

    Nothing like a good blow to clear the cobwebs.

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  15. 29
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    Is this a wind up?

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  16. 30
    DISASTEROUS DAVE ONE TERM IS MORE THAN ENOUGH says:

    Not so much as a mouses fart up here in the north , i could have walked up the road with a match and it wouldn’t have blown out
    Typical Fuckin south get everything as usual

    These weather experts must have gone to the same school as the climate change wankers

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  17. 32
    Fact Hunt says:

    Some Chief twat from the Met Office on Sky News is warning of the storm building strength as it arrives in Demark & Germany, WTF! And now we’ve got Bob Crow in a snazzy cardy spouting his bollocks.

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    • 33
      DISASTEROUS DAVE ONE TERM IS MORE THAN ENOUGH says:

      “Some Chief twat from the Met Office on Sky News is warning of the storm building strength as it arrives in Demark & Germany,”

      Now that is good news !

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  18. 37
    Screwed Taxpayer having to fund all these bastards. says:

    How much does the Met. Office cost to run every year? Sack all the fuckers today Dave.

    Why can’t those that are interested just look at the sky, and also see which direction the cows are pointing their arses.

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  19. 42
    albacore says:

    The LibLabCon concern over climate and weather
    Well, ain’t it just too admirable altogether?
    It’s only a shame, when it comes to immigration
    Come hell or high water, they’ll keep swamping the nation

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  20. 44
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Ecoloons says:

    The only storm that matters will be the one that sweeps windmill Dave & his ConDems away on May 7th 2015.

    Tick tock, tick tock.

    Vote early,vote often,vote UKIP :-)

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    • 86
      Anonymous says:

      Dream on Dopey,Dave will be re elected as nobody wants a hormonal teenage girl (Milliband) having tantrums when his Daddy is mentioned as PM,WTF was he thinking with that exhibition ?

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  21. 48
    Polly Toystory says:

    It’s the cuts that cause these extreem weather events.

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    • 106
      BBC Bring Back Communism says:

      Damn! I knew we had left out an important word in our weather predictions.
      Still we can blame the cuts for the weather people getting it wrong.

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  22. 49
    GEORGE OSBORE says:

    Tax rates to rise in the south

    “it’s only fair and proper that those who benefit from these great natural events should pay more

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  23. 52
    Owen Jones says:

    Just seen a lightweight right wing political blogger fly past the window.

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  24. 53
    Chinese cracker suppliers to the BBC weather dept says:

    Don’t know what your complaining about, you know it’s climate change and we have been telling you for years.

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  25. 59
    Fabians are Evil (and they are winning) says:

    With mad arsed cnuts like this why would Cameron even be worried?

    Oh yes! the BBC are still pumping out their propganda to the uninformed BBC brainwashed labor voting cretins.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2478046/The-bullies-led-political-Neanderthal-Why-Unite-shown-true-colours.html

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  26. 64
    Tree's need doctor's and surgeon's says:

    Sky going into disaster mode, with “experts” explaining what people already know, with tree’s down all over the Sarrrth, what the hell do you expect , councils have stopped managing tree’s and trimming them and they have been left to grow, it’s called nature you tossers, the Greens ru(i)nning the country as usual, what next tree’s dying with all sorts of diseases because they are growing too close to each other.

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    • 108
      Just Stating says:

      Hand wringing from the BBC and its tame weather forecasters (oxymoron comes to mind) that they cannot predict WHICH trees will fall over.
      They should speak to local councils who should know, but don’t want to.

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  27. 65
    Nightmare says:

    Bet Sevenoaks didnt even lose a twig this time…..

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  28. 67
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    Now the little bit of wind has passed, can we exit the EU and get rid of the Marxist infiltration in the BBC / Civil Service ?

    Vote UKIP.

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  29. 68
    widescreen2010 says:

    Ahh, excellent.
    Popcorn time again!

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  30. 72
    Power to the people, money to the owners of the power company says:

    I wonder while electrical engineers are busy repairing the power lines, accountants will be working on how to make us plebs pay way over the top for the repairs that the power companies should be paying for.

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  31. 91
    altruism in industry says:

    Who’s the big puff ?

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  32. 93
    Tsunami Victim says:

    Storm in a very small teacup inflated by BBC and media

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  33. 104
    Andrew Mitchell's brother, Clarence says:

    Meanwhile, in other hurricane related news, Scotland Yard seem to have been blown totally off course by the severe winds, ending up several hundred miles south of Rothley, Leicestershire.

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  34. 116
    the general public says:

    ……..what is it?????

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  35. 121
    Freddie the Fishmonger says:

    Funny how there has been an announcement about placing women prisoners close to their homes and then this woman appears.

    This smells odd if you ask me.

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  36. 122
    Samcam says:

    Is this still a not guilty plea then?

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  37. 125
    COD says:

    Well blow me down and call me Charlie

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