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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    The vid has nothing to do with my answers to your quotes.

    Your Post #3831 was your reply to me.
    I said "We have one government in the UK".
    Your reply "At the moment you obviously don't or you wouldn't be in the mess you are."

    My Post #3833 quoted your reply and I said "Haven't you realised yet that it's paralysis by design?
    It's not just that they're fuktards and don't know what they are doing, it's orchestrated paralysis to keep the EU gravy train running. "

    And now you say I have a tin cap on and quote a vid about brexit?
    WTF has that to do with what I was saying?
    You're answering to questions I'm not asking or even talking about?
    All I can can come up with to that is "Whatever". Take it or leave it. I'm done tilting at windmills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    What I wrote was what I read a lot of years ago which I expect was in the Mail, as that's what my ol man gets delivered.

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    At long last, you've admitted to reading the Daily Mail! ......f'kn facist rag, ……...there's only one thing worse than a Daily Mail reader, - those who believe what they read in said newspaper.


    Without the likes of the Daily Mail and it's former editor (AKA that bottle nosed f'kpig Paul Dacre), the UK wouldn't be in the political mess that is Brexit.


    P.S. Many if not most of the small rural petrol filling stations and garages that closed, were borderline viable in any case, .......the ruling on bunded tanks just finished them off a little sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    At long last, you've admitted to reading the Daily Mail! ......f'kn facist rag, ……...there's only one thing worse than a Daily Mail reader, - those who believe what they read in said newspaper.

    I'll tell my Dad you said that LoL!
    I used to like reading Peanuts and Fred Basset in there growing up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post

    I'll tell my Dad you said that LoL!
    I used to like reading Peanuts and Fred Basset in there growing up...
    Feel free as for the cartoons? ......I'll give you those, ...........but did you have a Fred Basset pillow case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    Feel free as for the cartoons? ......I'll give you those, ...........but did you have a Fred Basset pillow case?
    No I didn't but I'd like one please Dad. Pretty please Dad.

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    I'll think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
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    So I think a healthy does of Farage/Le Pen/Salvini/Orban is just what the doctor ordered.
    What about a dose of Enoch Powell while your eating your chips wrapped in the Daily Mail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    At long last, you've admitted to reading the Daily Mail! ......f'kn facist rag, ……...there's only one thing worse than a Daily Mail reader, - those who believe what they read in said newspaper.


    Without the likes of the Daily Mail and it's former editor (AKA that bottle nosed f'kpig Paul Dacre), the UK wouldn't be in the political mess that is Brexit.


    P.S. Many if not most of the small rural petrol filling stations and garages that closed, were borderline viable in any case, .......the ruling on bunded tanks just finished them off a little sooner.
    I was sat next to a guy on a plane quite a while ago. We got to talking about what we each did for a living. He said " I work in a lie factory ". When I asked him to elaborate he told me he was a compositor on " The Daily Mail ".

    Regards Tyrone.

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    I suppose we could always believe The Guardian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC99 View Post
    I suppose we could always believe The Guardian.
    You mean The Gruniad ………. and it's a damn good paper.


    (P.S. for those who don't know - The Guardian was once renowned for it's spelling mistakes )

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    Right now....I would be more concerned for "Big Ben" than Brexit....

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    And because we have to bring it out - who reads which newspaper (according to Jim Hacker) YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    You mean The Gruniad ………. and it's a damn good paper.


    (P.S. for those who don't know - The Guardian was once renowned for it's spelling mistakes )
    The Guardian is a British daily newspaper. It was founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian, and changed its name in 1959. Along with its sister papers The Observer and The Guardian Weekly, the Guardian is part of the Guardian Media Group, owned by the Scott Trust. Wikipedia


    Editor: Katharine Viner
    Circulation: 136,834 (November 2018)
    First issue date: 1821
    Country: United Kingdom
    OCLC number: 60623878
    Awards: The Press Award for Newspaper of the Year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    You mean The Gruniad ………. and it's a damn good paper.


    (P.S. for those who don't know - The Guardian was once renowned for it's spelling mistakes )
    I have always found it the polar opposite of Murdoch media though. So it is left wing biased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph406 View Post
    What about a dose of Enoch Powell while your eating your chips wrapped in the Daily Mail?

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    Not 100% sure what you're saying to me.
    Do I have to ask you to go pee on a spark plug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke View Post
    All I can can come up with to that is "Whatever". Take it or leave it. I'm done tilting at windmills.
    Another scatty reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC99 View Post
    I have always found it the polar opposite of Murdoch media though. So it is left wing biased.

    Left wing bias or not (though I call it more centrist) in my book, most things the opposite of Murdoch can only be good for humanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC99 View Post
    I have always found it the polar opposite of Murdoch media though. So it is left wing biased.
    Who decides what's left and right? I have fully functional left and right eyes. Without both I wouldn't be able to judge distance correctly.

    Ever wonder why some newspapers have more pictures in them than others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC99 View Post
    I suppose we could always believe The Guardian.
    More than I would " The Daily Mail ". It was pro Hitler and the Nazis in the 1930's and as far as I can see nothing much has changed.

    " The Guardian " backed the Liberal-Democrats In the 2010 General Election.
    Hardly the actions of a left wing newspaper.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Not 100% sure what you're saying to me.
    Do I have to ask you to go pee on a spark plug?
    Where I come from it pee on an electric fence, ………………………..near enough the same results though

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