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Ambrose Ackroyd

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Yeah, I agree with you maiden22, I am a disgrace.

But Haggis Boy is still a cnut.
 

Pat494

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Obviously ALL politicians should be wired up permantly

:clap:

we the great unwashed and semi literati want to know all your inner thoughts Mao er I mean Gordie
 

trendie

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maybe the woman WAS a bigot?

everyone seems to think their opinion has value, no matter how stupid, or devoid of intellectual rigour.
we need to resurrect the notion of people "knowing their place".
if you leave school incapable of reading or writing, you should lose the right to vote or have an opinion.
people should be capable of proving their opinion, including the original source of the idea, backed by facts.

these plebs think they have an opinion. truth is, they are merely re-iterating something they "read" in a tabloid, or heard from "some bloke dahn the pub".
ask them to follow through their "logic", and they would end up contradicting themselves.

if there were an intelligence test before voting, we could eliminate chavs and idiots.
put them in their place, and get them to "earn" the right to have an opinion.

I feel sorry for these politicians, having to dumb-down complex issues into simple things these morons can understand. in addition to which, everyone has lost the concept of having principles that benefit society without necessarily benefiting them specifically, being as they are, totally self-obsessed about how these politicians will make them better off.

we could start be sterilizing any woman caught reading ""Hello" magazine, or with names Chantelle or Chardonnay.
Any man wearing a baseball cap should be shot on sight. Or anyone who says "wicked" to anything or flicks their fingers as a gesture of acknowledgement.

there. thats my manifesto.

I would like the politicians call more voters "idiots", "morons" and "bigots". Why suck up to these losers?
 
Dec 22, 2008
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maybe the woman WAS a bigot?
This article examines the question in depth:

WORD 'BIGOT' LOSES ALL MEANING
29-04-10

THE word 'bigot', introduced into the English language in the late 16th Century, lost all meaning shorty after 11pm last night, it has been confirmed.

Word managers at the Oxford English Dictionary said 'bigot' became officially meaningless when the one millionth person on Twitter used it to describe an old lady from Rochdale who used the word 'immigrants'.

Tom Logan, the OED's deputy director of A to C, said: "Meaning-wise, 'bigot' has been on shaky ground for quite some time and, like most bad things, it's entirely the fault of The Guardian.

"Guardian readers think anyone who doesn't love The Wire is a bigot. They think anyone who hasn't had an interesting experience in a two-star hotel in Ho Chi Minh City is a bigot. They think anyone who doesn't like Greco-Javanese fusion food is a bigot.

"Meanwhile, anyone who hasn't read a book about the right-wing media conspiracy against Hezbollah is the absolute worst kind of bigot and of course they now think I'm an appalling bigot for pointing that out.

"But perhaps most damning of all is that these are the sort of twisted, ruined people who will endure at least 15 minutes of The Kumars at Number 42 simply to prove that everyone else is intellectually evil."

Meanwhile, Professor Henry Brubaker of the Institute for Studies, stressed the use of the word 'immigrants' by 66 year-old grandmother Gillian Duffy would have been bigoted it had been followed by 'are not nice people', but it wasn't.

"Mrs Duffy said 'You can't say anything about immigrants... all these eastern Europeans are coming in, where are they flocking from?'. So let's just examine that one section at a time.

"Now, the first bit is factually correct. You can't say anything about immigrants and I'm fairly confident that we all understand that now.

"The second bit is a little tricky because it does seem to answer its own question - which Guardian readers have pointed out many, many, many times. But of course what she really meant was 'I'm just a normal old lady and I don't really know why any of this is happening'.

"But Guardian readers should continue to patronise her anyway because that just impresses the grade-A s***e out of everyone."

Tom Logan added: "The really wonderful thing is that the original meaning of bigot was 'sanctimonious hypocrite', so in the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary we're going to go back to our etymological roots and adjacent to the word 'bigot' it will simply say 'noun - a reader of The Guardian'.

"F***ers."
 

Black Swan

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still can't quite fathom how folk are considering voting for Cameron, are the electorate aware that he lost the first two safe seats he fought for and only got the Oxford pile safe seat by a 1.5% swing? Ludicrous, but not as potty as Zac Goldsmith standing for Kew egged on by his luverly sister and all her titled mates....honestly, you couldn't make some of this 5hit up...

shield your eyes and apologies in advance for a Daily Mail link...:eek:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...dsmith-unleashes-secret-weapon-Girlpower.html
 

montmorencyt2w

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still can't quite fathom how folk are considering voting for Cameron, are the electorate aware that he lost the first two safe seats he fought for and only got the Oxford pile safe seat by a 1.5% swing? Ludicrous, but not as potty as Zac Goldsmith standing for Kew egged on by his luverly sister and all her titled mates....honestly, you couldn't make some of this 5hit up...

shield your eyes and apologies in advance for a Daily Mail link...:eek:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...dsmith-unleashes-secret-weapon-Girlpower.html
One two-time castoff, and a couple of Sloane Rangers; yes, that should do it for him.

Odious son of an odious father. Nice ironic touch to get that former concentration camp guard to pose with him.
 
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still can't quite fathom how folk are considering voting for Cameron, are the electorate aware that he lost the first two safe seats he fought for and only got the Oxford pile safe seat by a 1.5% swing? Ludicrous, but not as potty as Zac Goldsmith standing for Kew egged on by his luverly sister and all her titled mates....honestly, you couldn't make some of this 5hit up...

shield your eyes and apologies in advance for a Daily Mail link...:eek:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...dsmith-unleashes-secret-weapon-Girlpower.html
Quite yummy though (y).

Zac Goldsmith on the other hand - [insert abuse of choice here].
 

Black Swan

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Quite yummy though (y).

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for sure...didn't know until today that up to 30% of Lib Dem voters have voted tactically in past elections, if they all vote for their party it could get interesting on Thurs...

BTW is it me or does Cameron sound like he's talking on a Pathe news reel being played in a cinema in the 1940's?
 
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for sure...didn't know until today that up to 30% of Lib Dem voters have voted tactically in past elections, if they all vote for their party it could get interesting on Thurs...

BTW is it me or does Cameron sound like he's talking on a Pathe news reel being played in a cinema in the 1940's?
He just sounds like a tw4t to me. I don't mind that so much, but he acts like one as well.

Looking at this lot, you can understand the sensible South American practice of changing government by revolution.
 
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Like those Harry Enfield/Paul Whitehouse characters?
Yes, a young(ish) fogey, like a lot of his ilk.
At least it's not as bad as when he tries to be blokey - that's pure blackboard fingernails. There's a video of him (not) answering a question from Peter Hitchens. He's acting very casually and throws out "mate" here and there.

Frankly, Les Dawson in drag was more convincing.