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    Martin is a 7ft adonis, usually shirtless with a cape made from the sickle and hammer.

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    must have been someone else then

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    So not content with recklessly endangering the Northern Ireland peace process with an ill-thought out referendum, the Tory Front runner is now a man who called the good friday agreement a 'moral stain' and an 'indelible mark' against the British government.

    Looks like we may be back to the 70's in more ways than one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    A bit like how Guns'n'Roses these days is Axl Rose plus some session musicians because he owns the rights to the name?
    someone needs to brush up on their GnR infighting and drama, THE BAND IS BACK TOGETHER, Slash and Axl are on the same stage this summer. It shows how people can put their differences behind them and get together to make all the eighties dinosaur rock fans happy.
    did you tronc today?

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    Never really paid attention to Gove before now, overshadowed as he was by the pigfucker and that freak Osbourne.

    He's like a whole new genre of despicable Tory weirdness.

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    Economists give there opinions on whether we'll have a technical recession. They're pretty much unanimous in saying it's bad news for growth, jobs, public spending, etc.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl...es-and-more-qe

    http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/bl...erendum-brexit

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    Never really paid attention to Gove before now, overshadowed as he was by the pigfucker and that freak Osbourne.

    He's like a whole new genre of despicable Tory weirdness.
    Those of us who had the 'pleasure' of his tenure over in the Education dept are fully aware of his brand of 'despicable Tory weirdness' and live with its consequences daily...

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    Such a shame that we can't have people in charge who are actually qualified to run what they're put in charge of.

    We test people for all sorts of job competencies, why not MPs too? Including some sort of polygraph-overseen ethics examination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trza View Post
    someone needs to brush up on their GnR infighting and drama, THE BAND IS BACK TOGETHER, Slash and Axl are on the same stage this summer. It shows how people can put their differences behind them and get together to make all the eighties dinosaur rock fans happy.
    I stand corrected, thanks for that.
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    the palm tree in mile end a pub i had been kicked out of in semi-disgrace about a fortnight earlier
    How weird - I was literally just telling Ashe about that incident a couple of hours ago, before reading this thread.

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    I'm a synchronicity vector a powerful disruption wave in the cosmos

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    2 dimensional, transmitter of disease or parasites... definitely a vector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    2 dimensional, transmitter of disease or parasites... definitely a vector.
    Luke mate, better get yourself checked into the burns unit, pronto!
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