February 14th, 2014

Like Guido’s Facebook Page


242 Comments

  1. 1
    Tweety Twat says:

    facebook totalz lolz u #kewlistthingEVER
    *like*

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  2. 3
    A G**do Facebook page fan says:

    I am a fucking waste of “some bloke’s” batter

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  3. 4
    Silly Bercow says:

    Totes awesome, geedo.

    *like*

    Check out my facebook page
    “Why is my Sal trending?” lol ;)

    *like*

    Oh and all welcome. Dark men *like* trveller men *like* even boring old white dwarfs *like* (honest John ;) lols – just kidding sweetie

    Any ayshuns? not had 1 recent. You boy’s want to c how the ladies live and try out getinng inside a Bercow ;) tee hee Bercow/berca see. It’s a JOKE Johnnie *rolls eyes*.

    Seriously tho boys. I mean a fuck. meet me round facebook page # round the bins

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  4. 5
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Facebook. Twitter? Sponsored posts ? What is going on.

    Its all getting very commercial round here.

    Which is why a few months back I strongly, strongly recommended that you visit G.W.Thompson in the high street, Chadwell Heath.
    G.W Thompson is a first class outfitter with a range of ready to wear suits and tailored formal wear for the discerning gentleman.

    Mention the coupon number on the Order-Order facebook page and get 10% off.

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  5. 9
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

    Mrs. Clegg just asked me if I’m a man or a mouse.

    Pass the cheese sandwiches, please.

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  6. 11
    M102 says:

    Facebook really does seem to attract w@nkers who need to constantly update their status. Chavvy cuunts.

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  7. 12
    C.O.Jones says:

    Beware of buying Facebook likes. They give you instant kudos but disrupt the long term effectiveness of your acct.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b83_1392215801

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  8. 15
    Ellie-Mae (9) says:

    facebook is for retards

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  9. 18

    Facebook can reduce your penis size.

    Remember organs can fall as well as rise. Remember to seek professional advice.

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  10. 27
    Confused? You will be... says:

    Rupert Murdoch has taken to Twitter to compare Facebook with troubled peer MySpace.

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  11. 30
    Barclays says:

    We will put all you personal details online free of charge

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    • 32
      Tesco says:

      So will we.

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    • 171
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Could you put Matthew Barrett’s details up first please and indicate whether or not he decided to go native some years ago because he might have known what was coming; and had decided to go native in order to obtain the huge pay off including the huge pension pay off?

      Barring that what about all the execitve office directors’ details of Barratt’s time?

      oh and btw Gordon F Pell formerly the deputy Chief executive officer of R.bs is a fucking lying duplicitous cnut who has concealed moneylaundering – but taken the pay off al la Shreddie the freddy.

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  12. 31
    Iain Dale's Bitebum Publishing says:

    Alistair Campbell on LBC now explaining about his recurring depression.
    Sometimes it just comes upon him .
    He isn’t sure what causes it.
    Maybe too much work? Pressure of schedules?

    Or thoughts about those 100,000’s of people you helped kill?

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    • 38
      FFS says:

      The fact that 63million people in Britain think he’s a complete tosser and nothing he does between now and the day he dies will change that fact?

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    • 44
      Mad Bad Sad Al, upon waking says:

      O coward conscience, how dost thou afflict me!
      The lights burn blue. It is now dead midnight.
      Cold fearful drops stand on my trembling flesh.
      What do I fear? myself? there’s none else by:
      Mad Al loves Mad Al; that is, I am I.
      Is there a murderer here? No. Yes, I am:
      Then fly. What, from myself? Great reason why:
      Lest I revenge. What, myself upon myself?
      Alack. I love myself. Wherefore? for any good
      That I myself have done unto myself?
      O, no! alas, I rather hate myself
      For hateful deeds committed by myself!
      I am a villain: yet I lie. I am not.
      Fool, of thyself speak well: fool, do not flatter.
      My conscience hath a thousand several tongues,
      And every tongue brings in a several tale,
      And every tale condemns me for a villain.
      Perjury, perjury, in the high’st degree
      Murder, stem murder, in the direst degree;
      All several sins, all used in each degree,
      Throng to the bar, crying all, Guilty! guilty!
      I shall despair. There is no creature loves me;
      And if I die, no soul shall pity me:
      Nay, wherefore should they, since that I myself
      Find in myself no pity to myself?
      Methought the souls of all that I had murder’d
      Came to my tent; and every one did threat
      To-morrow’s vengeance on the head of Campbell.

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      • 48
        Tony Blair says:

        Lighten up, d00d.

        We *made* it.

        Sunny climes, suntan, fuck-loads of cash, shag Murdoch’s slitty bitch whenever I fancy a change from old “Missiaonary-position”.

        Crack open a bottle, Al, and take a chill pill.

        No, Al, not both at the same time …

        Al? ….. Al?

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      • 82
        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        Someone pointed out yesterday the disturbing similarities between the life of Al Campbell, and that of Goebbels.

        They also stated what has been imparted as common knowledge, that Goebbels killed himself by taking cyanide.

        There is much evidence to suggest that the suicide story is not entirely true.

        The extensive bruising on Goebbels’s face and the broken nose for example, suggest that death may have been a little more traumatic and less self inflicted that history has led many to believe.

        Al Campbell would be wise to take note of that.

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        • 87
          The SS says:

          He walked into a door

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        • 160
          Owen Jones says:

          The body of my fellow socialist, Goebbels, was burned after his noble self-sacrifice.
          You are, perhaps, thinking of his 12-year-old daughter Helga, whose body later underwent an autopsy. Her fine (national) Socialist parents had administered morphine to knock her out before murdering her with cyanide, but unfortunately she appears to have come round and struggled, and it was necessary to be rather more forceful, which resulted in a broken jaw.
          Alas, such methods are oftn necessary to bring about the inevitable socialist utopia.

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    • 102
      Throg says:

      Alistair – get over your blues by taking a nice long walk.

      Harrowdown Hill would be good.

      Sponsored by Victorinox – sample sent Fedex

      PS Take your wife with you

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      • 107
        Ban the Left says:

        The image of Al Campbell brutally slaying his family with a Swiss Army knife in the woods whilst having some sort of psychotic depressive episode is disturbingly plausible.

        One hopes that he seeks professional help if he ever feels such an impulse.

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        • 113
          D a v i d K e l l y says:

          Wouldn’t be the first time…..

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        • 147
          Blowing Whistles says:

          He is recommended to Please also take a leaf out of the japanese art of Hari Kari as an ultimate way out from the devils of his doings and wrongdoings.

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          • Have Pine Tree says:

            Strangely, ‘Hari Kiri’, as the practice is known in the West is the spoken form of the act, while the Japanese tend to use the word ‘Seppuku’ when writing about it.

            I don’t suppose that Mad Al would concern himself with the subtleties.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            HPT – he who lives by the Sword should die by the Sword of Damoclese.

            Campbell and Co were the disaster – that Murdoch brought to the British Public.

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    • 230
      non taxable pikey says:

      For all his faults, and they are legion, I have to give him praise for his Leukemia Research fundraising. He has raised a very large amount for them, often the hard way. I passed him struggling round the London Triathlon course a few years ago, he was finding it a bit challenging but he did finish and clocked up £300k doing it.

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  13. 35
    (optional) says:

    Good result for Labour, and deservedly so. They are the only credible alternative to the ConLib Coagulation. The writing is surely on the wall for the LibDems. The broken promises and the sheer duplicity of Clegg the Clagnut is coming home to roost, and, again, deservedly so. No one is going to believe anything they say between now and the General Election. Serves them right, they deserve electoral extinction. In respect of the UKIP/Tory vote, I have mixed feelings. I cannot help but take delight in seeing any Tory candidate beaten into third place, because that’s where they belong, beaten and unelected.

    However, that is over-shadowed by my disappointment that the right seems to have opted for UKIP instead. What can a bunch on swivel-eyed loons with effectively only one policy offer the British electorate? I suppose a chance for people to vent their racism and frustration on scapegoats. I’m just glad they didn’t get that much of a proportion of the vote. Nige Fartage can’t really draw much comfort from this result. All they did was effectively split the Tory vote

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    • 40
      Podiceps says:

      What are you expect ‘the right’ to do? Vote for the party you advocate, which in thirteen years of bungling, plundering, war and lies reduced our country to the brink of ruin?

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    • 43
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    • 49
      Anonymous says:

      After that bunch of bollocks I have given up with is country

      Labour constantly duck the entire country and the Tories are regarded as nasty for trying to fix it every time they get voted in when people get sick of Labour . Then just as all the work starts to pay off they vote Labour back in again to start the cycle all over again

      FFS when are people going to Learn

      I agree with one thing UKIP splits the vote on the right but without a hope of winning themselves
      They will let Milliband in and achieve precisely the opposite of what they want
      If it wasn’t so fucking desperate I would laugh

      The Marxist twat and balls will destroy us

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    • 126
      Anonymous says:

      Labour – the party of ethnic cleansing.

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    • 128
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Is that you Lynton or the other subagent you brought in quietly under the radar from downunder to help with your propaganda?

      Aussies – who speak with ‘forked-tongues’ are getting what they deserve worldwide; Lynton. Take fucking note.

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    • 187
      Táxpáyér says:

      You must be bored now there’s no envelopes to stuff with postal “votes”.

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    • 237
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      The more that pathetic (vnts like you, (optional), slag off UKIP, the more determined I am to vote for them. Tosser!

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  14. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Only Ed can bring change…

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  15. 50
    Sir William Wayde says:

    I thought ketamine sent you to sleep?

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    • 66

      But be fair, he was talking about Iain Dale’s Diary.

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      • 108
        FFS says:

        Maybe he meant carotene? Makes you go orange.

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        • 115

          May have been my fault.

          Iain Dale’s Dairy?

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          • The char says:

            Who was Ian Dury’s Daily?

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          • Steve Nugent says:

            Plaistow Patricia

            Arseholes, bastards, fucking Hunts and pricks
            Aerosol the bricks
            A lawless brat from a council flat
            A little bit of this and a little bit of that
            Dirty tricks

            From the Mile End Road
            To the Matchstick, Beacontree
            Pulling strokes and taking liberties
            She liked it best when she went up West
            You can go to hell with your well, well, well

            Who said good things always come in threes
            Reds and yellows, purples, blues and greens
            She turned the corner before she turned fifteen
            She got into a mess on the NHS
            It runs down your arms and settles in your palms
            Keep your eyeballs white and keep your needle clean

            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia

            Her tits had dropped, her arse was getting spread
            She’d lost some teeth, she’d nearly lost the thread
            She did some smack with a Chinese chap
            An affair began with Charlie Chan
            Well that was just before she really lost her head

            Now she owns a showroom down the Mile End Road
            And her outer garments are the latest mode
            There’s a Siamese cat in the council flat
            The finest grains for my lady’s veins
            And when it’s out of order, she goes away for a bit

            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Plaistow Patricia
            Go on girl!

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    • 68
      F**k the LibLabCon (Guido stole my handle) says:

      No that’s Gordon Brown.

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    • 104
      When did chicken in a basket go out of fashion? says:

      It would have to be Glasgow…

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    • 188
      Táxpáyér says:

      Fastest acting anti-psychotic.

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    Peter Crook says:

    Yes, I’d like to have joined Facebook. But I didn’t have the Latin. I didn’t have the Latin to pass the Facebook exams. They are noted for their rigour, the Facebook exams. People come staggering out saying “Oh! My God! What a rigorous exam.” So I went to the Guido Fawkes site instead. They only ask you one question at the Guido Fawkes site. They say “Who are you?” And I got 75% right.

    The only trouble with the Guido Fawkes site is when you get too old and tired and sick and stupid to do the job properly, you have to go. Well, the very opposite applies with Facebook.

    Still, I’d like to have joined Facebook.

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  18. 56
    DLT says:

    I’m innocent! Proved innocent in a court of law in a trial for my liberty.

    Not something Tony Blair can honestly claim.

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    • 59
      Tony Blair says:

      *insincere innocent face*

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    • 60
      FFS says:

      Not exactly proved innocent, more proved not guilty enough to be sent to gaol.

      I don’t think anybody is under the impression that you DIDN’T go round squeezing womens tits when they didn’t want you to, so your reputation is tarnished just as it should be.

      You are a sleazy groper and everybody knows it.

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      • 90
        G. Roper says:

        Oi!

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      • 92
        The Bailey says:

        Except that the jury found otherwise.

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        • 106
          The Jury says:

          Actually we didn’t. Couldn’t make our mind up on the two most serious charges. The others we couldn’t give a fuck about. The women should have complained at the time, not 40 years later.

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          • The Bailey says:

            You didn’t find him guilty. Which means he is not guilty.

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          • The Jury says:

            In a strict legal sense, yes, but in a logical sense, no. As the Scots would say: “Guilt not proven”.

            And anyway, he did squeeze the odd titty. I saw him do it myself at a Radio 1 roadshow.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            And there are still questions being asked about – what is a properly informed jury?

            e.g. Are the jury openly told that it is they who decide / they who hold the power; or is there much chicanery by the actors playing their parts in surreptitiously deceiving jurors into beliefs as they are ‘directed’ (and made fearful of contempt) by the director of acting Mr Justice Wiggs and co?

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          • Innocent unless proven guitly beyond reasonable doubt says:

            Your ‘not proven’ concept, it does not exist in English law. Which is a good thing, in my book. Scots law is very inferior in that regard, as there is no finality to it. It is the smear-laden injustice of the Calvinistic witchunt; the generatror of small village tittle-tattle, which leads to the ducking stool and the oppressiveness of the scarlet letter.

            The same legal system has been host to numerous notorious and ridiculous witchhunts, as the ‘no smoke without fire’ attitude in the petty sex-obsessed minds of so called child care experts has ruined many peoples’ lives. eg http://www.independent.co.uk/news/ritual-abuse-families-tell-of-years-of-hell-1575174.html

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          • Anon says:

            I absolutely share your concern, BW, about some juries, but found I was pleasntly surprised when I did jury service myself, and have to say that my fears were not born out in my personal experience.

            Far from being a bunch of meek and ignorant empty vessels, my fellow jurors turned out to be a fair cross section of society, yet all were intelligently engaged with the processs and more than equal to the task of thinking for themselves, not only about what the judge, prosecution and defence said the law is but where we as a jury considered its limits ought to lie when applied in practice.

            The foreman was chosen becuase of a clear skillset which made him ably suited to chairing the group fairly; everyone contributed to the discussions, listened respectfully to each other and disagreements were civilised, dealt with in a structured manner and every element of our findings, although not told to the judge, who simply heard our decision, would in fact have been capable of being articulated in a reasoned and logical manner to everyone on the jury’s satisfaction before we returned to give our verdict.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Anon – thank you for your comment. Unfortunately in 2012 i attended at a Crown Court trial – knowing every facet and detail of the case – yet the judge in the case despicably ‘ignored’ ‘incontrovertible evidence’ from a lesser court which ought to have been put to the jury. The trial was the shortest trial in this country for decades.

            And to anyone … now thinking of erupting into some kind of get BW for that statement ….. i through legal and lawful endeavours and being very careful managed 100% lawfully to gain ‘legal priviledge’ into the facts from both the trial and lesser case; but moreover into the dirtiest fucking games of those atop the busted criminal justice system – only concerned with their fucked up probity.

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          • Sir William Wayde says:

            We look forward to the book.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To Sir Willie – in the meantime perhaps you might wish to read ‘Gulag a history by Anne Applebaum – i read it on holiday once some years ago.

            ‘victors’ justice’, dubious commie judges at neuremberg etc –

            Oh the ‘irony’ of having been fortunate to have stumbled luckily upon that book and of having the time to read it. Such Irony.

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      • 123
        Since when has groping been an imprisonable offence 30 years after the non-fact? says:

        Leave it out!

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        • 180
          FFS says:

          Fair comment, but he should have been exposed as a titty grabber and then lost his job at the time.

          I never liked the arrogant c u n t anyway. Would have been doing me a favour if he had never been allowed on Radio 1. Same as the rest of those DJs of that time TBH.

          Quite glad he has had his name dragged through the mud. Justice seen to be done I would say.

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  19. 58
    Ket me bitch up says:

    Facefuck is for the mong sheeple so I can’t see many here bothering.

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    • 72
      F**k the LibLabCon (Guido stole my handle) says:

      Well reading through the comments on this post it should get Guido an extra 3 likes.

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  20. 62
    average joanna says:

    Facebook is for twats.

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  21. 70
    broderick crawford says:

    old chinese proverb

    even the longest journey begins with the first step

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  22. 71
    broderick crawford says:

    physician heal thyself

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  23. 79
    Hairy arsed dick! says:

    Guido you are gorgeous in that Hat. What a hunk.

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  24. 80
    The British media are cunts says:

    Lefty creep Jon Snow wanking on about climate change once again. Perhaps if Channel 4 stopped generating so much hot air we woudn’t have these problems?

    Why does Snow always sound so excited? Has he got the love eggs in?

    It’s not climate change you fucking lefty mongs it’s shit management of our rivers and flood defences going on since the Environment Agency was created.

    Channel 4 should stick to what lefties do best, fuck all.

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    • 85
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      Save Carbon: Shut down Channel 4.

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    • 99
      Wills and Hal says:

      Shut up you old creep and come and help us with the sandbags.

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    • 109
      Throg says:

      Problem is whenever the weather girl comes on, Jon Snow fantasises about copulating with her and so has to knock one out, sotto voce off camera.

      Said jism must to be cleared up very quickly, hence the need for garish ties, which is the best way to cover up the evidence of the sin of onan.

      SPONSORED MESSAGE – BOLD COLOUR WITH ITS UNIQUE ENZYMES CLEANS PROTEIN BASED STAINS FROM MOST MATERIALS.

      *Please check colourfastness first
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    • 118
      And it's raining, raining in my heart says:

      Just had someone on Sky and he shut the bloody woman in wellies whose been paddling about, rambling on about floods and climate change , the guy said there is a difference between climate change and it will take years to tell if it was, he says it’s just that the heat in southern climes has picked up vast amounts of water and we are the end of the weather cycle and it’s dumping it on us, she couldn’t get rid of the guy fast enough, climate change fckall, weather 180.

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      • 150
        FFS says:

        Exactly the same polar vortex weather system which has been inflicted on us for the last 6 weeks has been dumping huge amounts of snow on North America.

        One weather system does not a climate change make.

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    • 133
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And as for CH4’s other in house global nutjob Tom Clarke – well he would promote that 5hit of Climate change – his fucking career has been built upon the lie and he’s not likely to kill the golden goose of his moneygrubbing any day now is he?

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      • 231
        early bird says:

        Sky has Lord “extremely” Stern on this morning warning us all that our futures are likely to be either like the Sahara or underwater. But could not seem to be able to determine which….

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    • 137
      i don't need no doctor says:

      Snow is a total embarrassment.

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    • 166
      Sir William Wayde says:

      Every time we have bad weather in this country it throws the media, the politicians and the quack scientists into a frenzy of sententious drivelling. The rest of us cope as best we can, without panicking. What would it be like if we had seriously threatening weather such as hurricanes, 45-degree heat or temperatures cold enough to freeze petrol?

      We need 100% more quiet competence and 100% less noisy showing-off.

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      • 242
        Time to bury the main-stream media and look for the truth says:

        This sort of thing has been going on for some considerable time, although it does seem to have become even more blatantly OTT of late. Much of the media has evidently been told to follow a specific agenda.
        The Met Office should be shut down as it is obviously no longer fit for purpose.
        The planned shut-down of much of the rail network recently is a case in point, all because some twat at the Met office suggested there might be a storm in a week’s time. “That’s handy” someone thought, “that’ll fit right in with the agenda.” Shame they didn’t bother to check a real weather forecast because then they would have seen that the storm was going to be relatively minor.

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    • 181
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The msm creeps are desperate to get some dead bodies / some devastating stories where they can talk it all up – Sam Kiley (and others) War reporting style … they ‘thrive’ on death and murder for their media moguls’ pleasure – the spinless bastards.

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  25. 81
    Blame the victim says:

    Runners & riders all the way to prison.

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  26. 110
    Tim Yeo says:

    Turned out nice again. Great investment, these solar panels.

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  27. 117
    Year of the Wooden Horse says:

    Trojan!

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    • 232
      non taxable pikey says:

      One of those more unfortunate name choices by a Japanese motor manufacturer. To name your 4×4 pick up after the best selling American condom. Still Essex boy probably won’t notice.

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  28. 120
    Jack Dromedary says:

    The Eurozone is now growing faster than my cock when I watch BBC.

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  29. 134
    Dolly Dale & Mandy says:

    Is it raining men yet?

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  30. 136
    Simon Crr says:

    I still want my pay for 2013, Geeds.

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  31. 138
    Blowing Whistles says:

    In a couple of weeks the government will anounce an inquiry into all of the flooding, non dredging of the rivers for years and that they will ‘learn lessons moving forward’

    The inquiry will be a cross party inquiry where – not one political or ‘Independent’ [yes you know - completely independent of the public that is] ‘safe pair of hands’ [?] individual in attendance will have any conflict of interest to declare / prior party line to keep to / hidden agenda either political or financial to conceal – that will keep them coralled like a fucking lying sheep as per usual as is the form in these faux inquiries.

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  32. 142
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Huge fraud case of some bloke called Wilson at Southwark Crown Court today – who defrauded hundreds of people of about 25 million pounds in a Madoff style scam. And he was living it up at Sandbanks Poole Dorset on millionaires row …

    No doubt the nationals will be keeping rather silent about it tomorrow; what with all the extreme guff they are tasked with selling the public about global fucking windbagging.

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    • 149
      Everyone in Chingford says:

      There are a lot of folk waiting for the trial of Patrick Coppeard: also alleged to have run some kind of Madoff scheme, taking in many people from St John’s church in Buckhurst Hill – a well-healed list of parishioners who are thought to have lost many millions of pounds of savings between them. Even now it is said that his list of alleged victims is incomplete.

      As a magistrate, (and possibly a freemason) you’d have thought his alleged crime might have had more publicity.

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      • 158
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Even as a magistrate – he will have had ‘inside knowledge’ as to how JP’s are mere puppet fronts giving the presumption (to the public) that they; the three jp’s are dispensing justice when they are ‘only ‘directed’ by the Clerk [A Barrister who they are suborned to take heed of] as to what the decision behind the scenes has been decided already.

        The decades of smoke ‘n mirrors surrounding Magistrates’ courts are for those who do not know or care – being revealed every day by i and many (a growing army of The Public) good people who they cannot shut up any longer.

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        • 161
          Not The Economist says:

          The game of pass the debt parcel will come to an end – temporarily – soon when the Fed has a break from printing money.

          When that happens, you have a choice:

          Go with Sterling, Euro’s, or Yen / Yuan.

          Most with real $ may decide to sit on the fence with a smaller amount of currency, and relax in their realized assets.

          That will be the time when the global depression really strikes.

          Atlas is getting ready to shrug.

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          • Land says:

            Land

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          • Somerset Levels says:

            Ironically, given the weather, land is not very liquid.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Except NTE – you could just be a troll – who is surreptitiously ramping up the ‘fear factor’ … of a global depression.

            Not a day sooner can the banksters (And the economic with the truth economists who sell on their financial tricks) be hung for their deeds.

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          • Not The Economist says:

            Would have a good look at what is going on in global trade (check the shipping indices for bulk goods), and in particular the dangerous signals coming from the emerging market economies – particularly the BRICS.

            Ignore the ‘Banksters’ – it is the central banks and what is going on at that level that one should focus on.

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          • non taxable pikey says:

            A lot of Sterling being bought at the moment.

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  33. 145
    Mr Plod says:

    The same ketamine that’s a horse tranquiliser? Right…..

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    • 153
      Special K says:

      I tried ketamine once. I don’t see how it can be a clubbing drug. You can’t dance while on it. It slows your movements and all you can do is lie down. Perception of time slows right down. What feels like 6 hours is actually just one hour. Not a substance I’d bother with.

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  34. 148
    Gordon Brown says:

    For Valentines Day, I’m having a candlelit dinner with the love of my life. As for Sarah, she’s in Canterbury with the love of HER life.

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  35. 151
    Single White Male says:

    Fuck Valentines Day. Yes, I’m currently single, and while I obviously miss the sex, I don’t miss the nagging and arguing that comes with some relationships. I’m certainly glad I’m not married. Men always do worst out of divorce settlements. I intend to be rich one day and I’m not going to have that go up in smoke with a fat payout to an ex-wife.

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    • 167
      bing says:

      White Dee is looking for a boyfriend

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    • 184
      FFS says:

      Women are like mobile phones.

      You can take out a long term contract and pay monthly, but you get lots of terms and conditions and features you never asked for, and often you don’t get a very good service.

      My advice would be to try “Pay as you go”. You get exactly the service you want at a price you can afford, no extras, no long list of terms and conditions. You can also take out a new model whenever you like.

      Works for me.

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  36. 162
    Reality Cheque says:

    Lib Dems mired in row after party donor blacklisted by fraud squad
    Benefactor Sudhir Choudhrie who donated £500,000 to party is named as arms dealer on Indian police list of ‘undesirables’…………….Grauniad.

    So now the worship of the sub continent influx and effniks in general becomes clearer.

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  37. 172
    C.O.Jones says:

    Anyone else only get 3 VD cards today?

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  38. 189
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    More good news about the regime which Owen Jones and D’iane A’bbott MP wholly support in Venezuela:

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    • 193
      There is nothing useful about an idiot says:

      Jones should speak out and condemn these atrocities. Until he does he is just a two-bit apologist for thugs and murderers.

      Like

      • 211
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        This is the level at which Owen is operating publicly at the moment:

        Behind that mask of down to earth idiocy, lurks a nasty little thuggish git.

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        • 215
          Dr Frankenfreud says:

          Actually, he’s a wimp. But he likes the idea of violence.

          He hasn a Walter Mitty-like fantasy life involving being in the vanguard of a heroic gang of socialists manning the barricades somewhere to the last drop of their communard blood, but his other fantasy comflicts with this as he also wishes he could go stomping around in jackboots and a long leather overcoat like Strelnikov in Dr Zhivago, putting all his enemies up against the wall and having them shot.

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  39. 192
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    And another good article about the self destructing socialist state, which Owen Jones and D’iane A’bbott MP are so keen on:

    Lots of oil wealth but:

    i) Toyota and Ford cutting production: 722 cars sold last year in the country of 29 million people.

    ii) 3 Carriers have grounded flights to / from Venezuela due to the government not settling $3.3bn of debts owed.

    iii) 12 papers have closed down in the past 6 months. More publishers are likely to go as well due to government induced paper shortages.

    And now the government has started to kill its people and ban public protest, even though such protest is completely legitimate.

    Just in case there is any doubt: Socialism does not work.

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  40. 196
    EU Watch says:

    Greece is still far from settled:

    Yesterday, the police were protesting over reforms which are being pushed through. Their complaint is that the set of bills are not going to have positive effect on the police but are simply designed to help G’reece meet some of its commitments:

    h**p://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/02/13/greek-police-officers-protest-outside-greek-parliament/

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  41. 200
    EU Watch says:

    This is happening without your consent:

    Should perhaps be mentioned widely in the run up to the Euro elections, despite it seems the opinion of the member states not meaning anything.

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  42. 202
    Anaesthetist says:

    Ketamine is an anaesthetic. Stop misusing it.

    Like

  43. 203
    EU Watch says:

    The Gay legislation, of the kind which Cameron has brought to the UK is equally unwelcome in France:

    Like

  44. 205
    EU Watch says:

    This is another good reason to exit the EU:

    Should any right minded English person wish to be paying into a club which buys membership with a country that wishes to even consider such legislation ?

    Like

  45. 208
    EU Watch says:

    The EU will probably kill this one when people have forgotten about him:

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  46. 210
    U K I P P E R S says:

    Tory boys got an ass whooping lol

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  47. 217
    Ah! future says:

    headline in the Independent…..
    BBC news accused of political bias – but to the right, not left
    Corporation accused of yielding to political pressure since 2015 election

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    • 223
      Abdul the envelope stuffer says:

      I am very sorry sir. We are not giving you those splendid election results yet.

      You are paying this invoice first. We are VAT exempt.

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    • 229
      Podiceps says:

      A classic socialist diversionary tactic. When the left accuse anyone of doing something, be sure that it’s because they are doing it themselves.

      Like


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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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