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General Discussion Area / Champions
« on: 25 June 2020, 22:16:02 »

General Discussion Area / Rebecca Long-Bailey
« on: 25 June 2020, 15:12:52 »
Sacked!  ;D ;D ;D
Twisty faced little cow just couldn't hide the anti semitism. Good riddance.

General Discussion Area / Boris says pubs, etc, can open.....
« on: 23 June 2020, 16:33:57 »
......and, almost immediately, the daily death toll jumps to 280. 171 plus historic deaths.

General Discussion Area / Be careful with amazon
« on: 20 June 2020, 14:31:16 »
The old lady who I go shopping for has taken to ordering stuff off amazon, dvd's and a few other bits. Over the last couple of weeks she's been getting duplicate orders delivered, 3 dvd's, all the same title, yesterday. I've been looking at her account for her and returning stuff. Yesterday I noticed she had another 3 of these DVD's in her basket. She swears she hasn't done but I told her, if she wanted to order anything, I'd do it for her.
Anyhow, I've ordered three or four items this week and, every time I log in, there they are in the basket again. So she's obviously just been pressing buy now without checking. But, of course, they shouldn't have been there. I'll give her a ring and tell her I don't think she's going round the bend after all.

General Discussion Area / Covid app
« on: 20 June 2020, 11:37:59 »
Should have appeared on your phone this week. Sneaky.

General Discussion Area / Government debt
« on: 19 June 2020, 19:39:10 »
The government's (our) debt is now bigger than the economy. It currently stands at 1.95 trillion, that's 1,950,000,000,000.

General Discussion Area / First game of the season.....
« on: 17 June 2020, 21:34:44 »
......first f**k up of the season. Sheffield United took a free kick, the Aston Vanilla goalkeeper gathered the ball and obviously carried it over the line. The goal line technology should have seen this, but didn't, so the referee got no signal. No goal, no three points, no jumping above Man Utd, into a European qualifying place. That can cost millions to a club  >:( >:( >:(
I'm seriously thinking of having a frontal lobotomy before my f**king head explodes.  ;D

General Discussion Area / The BBC...little, annoying things
« on: 17 June 2020, 19:06:39 »
Sophie Rayworth ( :-* :-* :-*) started a report tonight by saying (something like) "The killing of George Floyd by a white policeman in the USA has brought into focus the awful treatment of black people over the last 50 years". Please don't shoot me if those words are not correct, but you get the idea.
Now, being a news programme, that sentence should have been followed by "Mr X said today". But it wasn't. So it wasn't a report, it was a statement. Since when did public broadcasters get to make statements on their news programmes?
Just a little thing, maybe, but ten years ago there'd have been hell to pay for something like that, and the board would have had to remind the news editors to keep their opinions to themselves.

General Discussion Area / Have a laugh
« on: 16 June 2020, 21:16:09 »
  ;D ;D ;D

Vienna police fine man 500 for 'massive intestinal wind'

General Discussion Area / Talk about bad luck
« on: 16 June 2020, 10:07:29 »
Think I would be ready to jack it all in  :(

Milnrow flooding ruins store on day it fully reopens after lockdown

General Discussion Area / Jaime had better be very careful
« on: 16 June 2020, 06:53:42 »
Slagging off eBay can have consequences

Former eBay executives charged with cyber-stalking

General Discussion Area / Recession
« on: 12 June 2020, 13:10:09 »
Within ten minutes of the latest GDP figures being released this morning, the British Bolshevik Corporation had the shadow chancellor on whining about this and that and how it was a record dip in output.
No one mentioned that she holds a record herself. She is the ugliest chancellor since records began, and that was a long time ago.

I kid you not :

General Discussion Area / Read this, Albs...
« on: 09 June 2020, 16:20:20 » will warm the cockles of your socialist heart:

The coronavirus crisis will leave millions of households facing a 6.1billion collective personal debt tsunami, one of the UK's most well-known debt charities warns today.

The Government should hand out 5billion in grants to those hardest hit financially so they can repay their debts, bring in repayment plans for those behind on their council tax and turn the Universal Credit five-week advance system into a grant in most cases, StepChange said.

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