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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftylib View Post
    I argue for the issues I argue for precisely because I AM working class, in a working class job, living in a working class area, mixing and associating with working class people every day.
    I hope you speak Polish then!

    Corbyn holds every one in contempt. Not just the working class. All of us. Anything that is mainstream popular consensus he rejects. And he has rejected so much that all of us have been covered by his rejections very quickly indeed.

    Labour are socialists. Corbyn is a socialist. The masses aren't. No one else is outside of oddball lefties.
    And the clue most certainly isn't in their name. None of them do any Labour at all. They sit around in palaces all day.

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    @Baron

    Those who supress freedom get left out of it.
    They only take it away from themselves. They are free to hang out with like minded individuals and they can criminalise and shun the rest of us which is no problem for the rest of us, because we have loads more fun without them.

    While I recognise and feel distaste for what they are doing, it's not me that losses from it.
    I go down the pub and use any language I like that is censored on this forum. No problem. That is as normal as this is.

    So once you announce yourself to be over sensitive you get left out of society. People avoid you because you are an angry nutbag. No fun to be with. A jerk.

    Just give these people a long enough bit of rope, and stand back.
    That's all it takes to get rid of them.


    When you throw a party, do you invite a policeman? No. It would be a **** one.
    All it takes for you to do is announce to society that you are against them and they leave you out of it. They don't bother to fight you or politically campaign against you. They just don't invite you. They just ignore you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baff View Post


    When you throw a party, do you invite a policeman? No. It would be a **** one.
    All it takes for you to do is announce to society that you are against them and they leave you out of it. They don't bother to fight you or politically campaign against you. They just don't invite you. They just ignore you.
    We've always found the policemen invite themselves. When I was in Manchester, during the "Madchester era" we had some right full-on parties. That was my life during those times, and I remember finding it odd if a policeman didn't invite himself. Someone had to do some talking if they did, and I don't think they ever got any sense out of anyone except to say, this is a damn good party and we are having a right good time offfifcer.

    Bless them though, cos generally they walked off again after that and were not too bothered, much unlike the Thames Valley Police, who were always looking for someone to nick.

    I know what you mean though. The straight [censored word] were always pretty jealous that we had something which they lacked. As soon as you bring rules into anything it becomes deadly dull.

    Hey, you know back in the Middle Ages, in my town, which is only small, it had 20 taverns serving a population of a few thousand at most, and many more brewers than that to supply them. It was a town where the church was the landlord to many of these properties. You can imagine it!
    The writers against religion, whilst they oppose every system, are wisely careful never to set up any of their own - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron von Lotsov View Post
    We've always found the policemen invite themselves. When I was in Manchester, during the "Madchester era" we had some right full-on parties. That was my life during those times, and I remember finding it odd if a policeman didn't invite himself. Someone had to do some talking if they did, and I don't think they ever got any sense out of anyone except to say, this is a damn good party and we are having a right good time offfifcer. Bless them though, cos generally they walked off again after that and were not too bothered, much unlike the Thames Valley Police, who were always looking for someone to nick. I know what you mean though. The straight [censored word] were always pretty jealous that we had something which they lacked. As soon as you bring rules into anything it becomes deadly dull. Hey, you know back in the Middle Ages, in my town, which is only small, it had 20 taverns serving a population of a few thousand at most, and many more brewers than that to supply them. It was a town where the church was the landlord to many of these properties. You can imagine it!
    But did your few thousand actually achieve anything of note for mankind (sorry, humankind)...
    The poster reserves the right to amend or completely change any opinions he has posted at any time meanwhile, still waiting for the whip hand that Enoch forecast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman Post View Post
    But did your few thousand actually achieve anything of note for mankind (sorry, humankind)...
    1) Told Henry 8th he was wrong to marry again, so he created the Anglican Church.
    2) Made more money than any other abbey in the land.
    3) Was one of the first to use canals to transport industrial goods.
    4) Held 40% of the European sheepskin market.

    Whether you want to make a note of this is up to you.
    The writers against religion, whilst they oppose every system, are wisely careful never to set up any of their own - Edmund Burke

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    Personally - provided that it is consensual, adult. and involves harming no one - I prefer to be wholly non-judgemental about who loves who and what they get up to in the bedroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron von Lotsov View Post
    1) Told Henry 8th he was wrong to marry again, so he created the Anglican Church.
    2) Made more money than any other abbey in the land.
    3) Was one of the first to use canals to transport industrial goods.
    4) Held 40% of the European sheepskin market.

    Whether you want to make a note of this is up to you.
    Henry the 8th was right, FTP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWNUK View Post
    Henry the 8th was right, FTP!
    FTP?

    File Transfer Protocol??
    The writers against religion, whilst they oppose every system, are wisely careful never to set up any of their own - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron von Lotsov View Post
    FTP?

    File Transfer Protocol??
    Nah, f*ck the pope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by comprar View Post
    Personally - provided that it is consensual, adult. and involves harming no one - I prefer to be wholly non-judgemental about who loves who and what they get up to in the bedroom.
    Actually, I prefer not to hear about it at all, but then I go back to the days of putting brass curtain rings on our fingers and going down to Brighton for the weekend.

    I don't know how these things are worked out, but I read recently that youngsters today are getting less sex than their parents. I don't know if that is true, but since so much time is spent talking about sex, kids today probably don't get anytime to actually do it.

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