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Labour. Organise an event, 20 notes a pop to piss on Thatchers Grace, 30 notes for a shit. Manifesto costs covered and you wouldn't have to upset the greedy bastards who are worried about paying an extra 20 notes a month for better public/social services etc. I'm sure the Tory party could reciprocate and have a 'Piss on a homeless person' event, instead of burning their dosh they could put it towards the cost of their Unicorn Manifesto.  

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5 minutes ago, Anubis said:

The Tory complaint about the CH4 ice sculptures has been thrown out.

Lack of evidence? 

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21 minutes ago, Anubis said:

The Tory complaint about the CH4 ice sculptures has been thrown out.

They knew it had little chance of success. All they wanted to do was create a situation where their  rabid supporters could say “ yeah but what about channel 4 “  When they heard criticism for the cunt not turning up. Classic diversion tactic which stupid cunts fall for. 
 

Gove making an arsehole of himself again meant that not as many people spoke about the real issue of climate change or the no show 

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11 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

I’ll have you know his fanny is a bayonet fitting. 

Genuinely excellent. I’m still chuckling 

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2 minutes ago, moof said:

Genuinely excellent. I’m still chuckling 

There’s been a few things on here that have been prime TLW. Stig replying to ‘welcome to the point’ with ‘welcome to the Thunderdome’ was particularly good. 

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3 minutes ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

There’s been a few things on here that have been prime TLW. Stig replying to ‘welcome to the point’ with ‘welcome to the Thunderdome’ was particularly good. 

Hah, yeah. He has his moments does our stig

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9 minutes ago, M_B said:

40 "cultural figures" have written to the guardian urging folks to vote Labour. The signatories include Chomsky.

Those voting for the Tories purely on Brexit won't be reading the Guardian. Might swing a few floating voters though, every bit helps to avert a political nightmare under a further 5 years of Tory rule. 

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17 minutes ago, M_B said:

40 "cultural figures" have written to the guardian urging folks to vote Labour. The signatories include Chomsky.

That's really unexpected. I thought Chomsky would be endorsing UKIP.

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I’ve been reliably informed by several well adjusted people that Chomsky is a “melt” and “crank” so no need to pay attention to him

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Just now, Nelly-Torres said:

It's going to be a snowy election y'all! Let's watch that "intends to vote" polling figure drop for the 65± demographic. 

 

 

Corbyn plot. Less old brexit bastards will leave the house while the youth will fucking snowboard to the polling stations high-fiving and taking selfies. 

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11 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

The real problem is they all want it for themselves and aren't arsed if others have it. A large proportion of Tory voters have great private health plans that allow them to queue jump, so it doesn't matter to them if there's waiting lists at record levels. The section of Tory voters I'll never understand are the pensioners. 

Their private health insurance won't help them when they need A&E and have to wait with the rest of us for several hours or overnight and they're stuck in a corridor in agony.  Their private medical insurance won't pay for ongoing medications, the cost of which might just be about to go through the roof. Their private health insurance won't support them with a chronic condition.  Their private medical insurance won't help them when they're having a baby.  And so on. 

Maybe when they decide to vote for "anyone but Labour" and everything goes to shit, karma will come along and take a massive bite out of their arse and their insurance want nothing to do with it because it was an act of divine intervention (see the small print). 

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18 minutes ago, Moo said:

Their private health insurance won't help them when they need A&E and have to wait with the rest of us for several hours or overnight and they're stuck in a corridor in agony.  Their private medical insurance won't pay for ongoing medications, the cost of which might just be about to go through the roof. Their private health insurance won't support them with a chronic condition.  Their private medical insurance won't help them when they're having a baby.  And so on. 

Maybe when they decide to vote for "anyone but Labour" and everything goes to shit, karma will come along and take a massive bite out of their arse and their insurance want nothing to do with it because it was an act of divine intervention (see the small print). 

I don't argue with any of that. But people are cunts and many are nothing but self serving cunts. 

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23 hours ago, Vincent Vega said:

This is depressing as fuck if you want the Tories out.

 

I live 25 minutes away from Birmingham. I tried to get a ticket for the Conference that Corbyn is doing on Thursday but they had gone in minutes. I'm probably going to go over anyway to see how many people turn up etc.

 

What I will say is that those people aren't what I'd expect from people from Birmingham, and if they hate Corbyn why did they vote Labour last time? They seem more like UKIP voters to me!

 

Birmingham has a big student base, very multicultural almost like a smaller version of London, maybe Labour's strategy is to discard some of the old guard, but on the basis they can win those votes back and more in other areas?

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1 hour ago, Nelly-Torres said:

It's going to be a snowy election y'all! Let's watch that "intends to vote" polling figure drop for the 65± demographic. 

 

 

I dunno, old people more likely to have postal vote?

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