The Angry Thread...

Re: The Angry Thread...

Postby Brevet Cable on Wed 13 Mar 2019, 1:44 pm

toom317 wrote:The current loud mouthed gobshyte

Which one....the one that just shouts "No Brexit!" or the one that 'sings' "We're not gonna Brexit" ?
As bad as that throbber of a Conservative MP who loudly chunters "Hear! Hear!" every time May says anything.
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Re: The Angry Thread...

Postby iainpeden on Wed 13 Mar 2019, 3:12 pm

Anybody else notice the intellectually challenged people wearing red noses in the lobby after last night's vote?

Sums up the whole thing - "comic" relief.
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Re: The Angry Thread...

Postby toom317 on Wed 13 Mar 2019, 7:08 pm

Brevet Cable wrote:
toom317 wrote:The current loud mouthed gobshyte

Which one....the one that just shouts "No Brexit!" or the one that 'sings' "We're not gonna Brexit" ?
As bad as that throbber of a Conservative MP who loudly chunters "Hear! Hear!" every time May says anything.


It doesn't matter Brevet, there's always one every time the news is live outside parliament. Maybe I'm a bit deaf, but to be honest I can't really hear what the shouting/singing is about, so it could be just one side or both of the argument, it's just bloody annoying. :wall:

I'd like to see Laura Kuenssberg walk over to these jokers, and ask them to actually put their point over, but seriously doubt they could. (And yes, I did have to google Laura Kuenssberg, to get the spelling right). :grin:
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Re: The Angry Thread...

Postby vandal on Wed 13 Mar 2019, 10:14 pm

Self scan at local Sainsbury's - it's bad enough when you scan an item and get the beep, place the item in the bagging area to be told to remove it to then be told you've removed it and to put it back again, (several times!!) but as Comic Relief is approaching, the annoying voice from Self Scan wasn't a female, it was Alan Carr.
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Postby toom317 on Thu 14 Mar 2019, 12:13 pm

vandal wrote:Self scan at local Sainsbury's - it's bad enough when you scan an item and get the beep, place the item in the bagging area to be told to remove it to then be told you've removed it and to put it back again, (several times!!) but as Comic Relief is approaching, the annoying voice from Self Scan wasn't a female, it was Alan Carr.



:lol: :lol: They've got Alan Carr doing recorded announcements on the tannoy in the store my sister works in, and everytime I'm in there and it comes on, I keep thinking it's my sister taking the mick. :lol: :lol:
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Postby Brevet Cable on Thu 14 Mar 2019, 5:10 pm

All the 'plastic Paddies' who have no links to Ireland whatsoever who will crawl out of the woodwork this weekend. :dizzy:
Why on earth do they see fit to 'celebrate' St Patrick's Day ( by getting absolutely paralytic, usually wearing stupid costumes ) when they ignore their own Patron Saints?
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Postby Spiny Norman on Thu 14 Mar 2019, 5:13 pm

Brevet Cable wrote:All the 'plastic Paddies' who have no links to Ireland whatsoever who will crawl out of the woodwork this weekend. :dizzy:
Why on earth do they see fit to 'celebrate' St Patrick's Day ( by getting absolutely paralytic, usually wearing stupid costumes ) when they ignore their own Patron Saints?


And I bet hardly any of them darken the door of a church either. Same at Xmas.

Pah, heathens.
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Postby boff180 on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 3:53 am

Brevet Cable wrote:All the 'plastic Paddies' who have no links to Ireland whatsoever who will crawl out of the woodwork this weekend. :dizzy:
Why on earth do they see fit to 'celebrate' St Patrick's Day ( by getting absolutely paralytic, usually wearing stupid costumes ) when they ignore their own Patron Saints?


I’m a plastic paddy today because if they beat Wales in the Rugby this afternoon it means England are in with a shout of winning the Championship tonight if they can hammer the Scottish :-D
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Postby Brevet Cable on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 4:23 am

Wotcher mean 'if'...... I fully expect Wales will play so crap that they'll throw the game away & England will have to play as badly as Italy for Scotland to beat them. :biggrin:
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Postby FarnboroJohn on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 8:17 am

boff180 wrote:
Brevet Cable wrote:All the 'plastic Paddies' who have no links to Ireland whatsoever who will crawl out of the woodwork this weekend. :dizzy:
Why on earth do they see fit to 'celebrate' St Patrick's Day ( by getting absolutely paralytic, usually wearing stupid costumes ) when they ignore their own Patron Saints?


I’m a plastic paddy today because if they beat Wales in the Rugby this afternoon it means England are in with a shout of winning the Championship tonight if they can hammer the Scottish :-D


A nicely chosen phrase and a good omen, perhaps: Edward was the Hammer of the Scots..... just what is "Eddie" derived from? :grin:
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Postby AlexC on Sat 16 Mar 2019, 12:20 pm

Brevet Cable wrote:All the 'plastic Paddies' who have no links to Ireland whatsoever who will crawl out of the woodwork this weekend. :dizzy:
Why on earth do they see fit to 'celebrate' St Patrick's Day ( by getting absolutely paralytic, usually wearing stupid costumes ) when they ignore their own Patron Saints?


Why would anyone who has no connection with Ireland want to celebrate St Patrick's Day, it makes no sense? I don't celebrate it and I had Irish grandparents on my fathers side, although they were Church of Ireland, so perhaps that wouldn't be appropriate anyway?
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Re: The Angry Thread...

Postby Brevet Cable on Wed 20 Mar 2019, 7:05 am

Brevet Cable wrote:
toom317 wrote:The current loud mouthed gobshyte

Which one....the one that just shouts "No Brexit!" or the one that 'sings' "We're not gonna Brexit" ?


An update to this....
It's the same person and his identity has now been revealed.....rather embarrasingly, he's Welsh! :oops:

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/politics/piers-morgan-called-vocal-welsh-15997325

Must admit it's not very often that I agree with Piers Morgan.
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Postby Berf on Thu 21 Mar 2019, 8:56 pm

The UK will oppose motions criticising rights abuses in the West Bank and Gaza that are brought to the UN’s human rights council under a special procedure dedicated to Israel’s behaviour in the occupied territories, Jeremy Hunt has said.

The move is likely to delight the Trump administration, which quit the human rights council in June last year, citing its approach to Israel. It also appears aimed at cementing the Conservative party’s relations with pro-Israel sections of the British Jewish community at a time when the Labour party is mired in criticism of its handling of antisemitism complaints.

Correct move by the UK government or party politics by the Tories?
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Postby CJS on Thu 21 Mar 2019, 10:07 pm

Berf wrote:The UK will oppose motions criticising rights abuses in the West Bank and Gaza that are brought to the UN’s human rights council under a special procedure dedicated to Israel’s behaviour in the occupied territories, Jeremy Hunt has said.

The move is likely to delight the Trump administration, which quit the human rights council in June last year, citing its approach to Israel. It also appears aimed at cementing the Conservative party’s relations with pro-Israel sections of the British Jewish community at a time when the Labour party is mired in criticism of its handling of antisemitism complaints.

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Postby Brevet Cable on Thu 21 Mar 2019, 11:47 pm

Because there are too many stupid people ( often with an agenda ) who conflate/confuse criticism of the Israeli government/military with anti-Semitism.
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