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    Well Lanky Panky, me old sailor, when you get asked for links to your asinine pronouncements, you tend to become overly evasive. "Was told that it was a secret". "I'll get banned". etc etc

    Anyway, as a parent to a disabled child, I fully expect to have a disabled engine running on Sodor Island with some transsexual guards helping gender fluid family units off on the carriages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    You thread opener mean't nothing, and if you persist in not providing links as is normal politite practice on internet forums I will keep asking for them.
    and I will continue to tell you to stop being boring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    and I will continue to tell you to stop being boring
    If you have no intention of compying with what is normal custom and practice on internet forums you will continue to be asked for a reference when you open a thread about a news item with no link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    If you have no intention of compying with what is normal custom and practice on internet forums you will continue to be asked for a reference when you open a thread about a news item with no link.
    Complying? You make it sound like a rule and it isn't,nobody is required to provide a link though it does help to support your post,anyway people including yourself post all sorts without providing a link so you are in no position to make demands of anybody.
    Since 1945 how often was the legitimacy of a general election result questioned and how many received 52% of the vote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cromwell View Post
    Complying? You make it sound like a rule and it isn't,nobody is required to provide a link though it does help to support your post,anyway people including yourself post all sorts without providing a link so you are in no position to make demands of anybody.
    It is common and accepted practice for internet forums. (I have been using the internet since before it was called that. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    It is common and accepted practice for internet forums. (I have been using the internet since before it was called that. )
    That sounds dangerously close to questioning a mod lankou......…

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    17 posts and most of them are about links. Please lets get back on topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bright Young Thing View Post
    That sounds dangerously close to questioning a mod lankou......…

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    17 posts and most of them are about links. Please lets get back on topic.
    Yes BYT and since it's about Thomas the tank....back on track
    Since 1945 how often was the legitimacy of a general election result questioned and how many received 52% of the vote?

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    well...

    I suppose it went PC when the Fat DIRECTOR became the fat Controller. I'm not surprised.

    When will they introduce goblins ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnofgwent View Post
    well...

    I suppose it went PC when the Fat DIRECTOR became the fat Controller. I'm not surprised.

    When will they introduce goblins ?
    There was once a small hotel in Ireland that advertised "a Goblin Teasmaid in every room"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    Yep, the UK has gone completely bonkers. There are to be new engines introduced to reflect ethnic diversity. What more can I add ?????
    I thought they did the diversity bit when they brought diesels into the story. Some people have probably never got over that!

    . . .and I will continue to tell you to stop being boring
    To be honest, I can't say any single bit of this whole thread could be described as interesting, not even my own post. I was just idling away a minute or two before making my next coffee.[/QUOTE]
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