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  1. 10 minutes ago, Mudface said:

    Coffee, orange juice, coke, any particularly acidic drink. Rice, citrus fruit, anything especially greasy or fatty. I generally avoid bread and cakes too as they make me feel sick and bloated. I can tolerate lager as long as it's not 3-4 days in a row, wine's fine but bitter just goes through me.

     

    Cast of Cocoon over here. 

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  2. 1 minute ago, Bjornebye said:


    Im probably gonna regret announcing this but I was actually born in Weston super mare. My dad worked on the holiday camps down there and my mum used to go down and stay with him. As soon as I was born he brought me back home and I think I’ve only been there once since. But yep, there it is on my passport. Weston Super Mare. Fuck my life and fuck the echo 

     

    You're the only person I've ever heard of that's from there besides Jill Dando. 

     

    Jill Dando, whatever happened there. 

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  3. Only time I ever commented on an Echo story was when I said there'd been Typhoon fighter jets heard over Speke, and loads of people gave me shit saying 'imagine how you'd feel if you were in Syria!'

     

    I didn't get the link personally, also,  these people clearly had never been to Speke - it makes Homs look like Weston-super-Mare, 

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  4. 8 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

    Burnham, Rotheram and Brabin tend to work together to promote "soft Left" policies; not enough to rock the boat, but definitely left of Streeting, Reeves, et al.

     

    I wouldn't be surprised to see them getting some support (but still not enough funding) to continue doing that.

     

    I think Khan and Burnham especially are extremely secure in their roles now. The Metro mayors have taken on a life of their own since Covid, the optics of Starmer trying to cut down big personalities like those won't wash with the membership and voters in areas which are extremely important to the party.

     

    Starmer can depend on a lot of anti Tory support this election which will cut accross a lot of demographics, but that will change once the Tories are gone, he's  going to have to shape up or ship out.

     

    I've never bought this notion that he's got a Stalin esque grip on every aspect of the party, far from it, whether he wants it or not. 

     

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  5. 3 minutes ago, redinblack said:

    It would be good, but I don't see it. Nothing Starmer has done so far gives me an inkling of that. I know there's the argument of "he's doing what he needs to get elected" but I think what we see now is what we get going forward after the election.

     

    Nah I honestly don't.

     

    I think the whole country is focussed on getting rid of the Tories. Every time the little fuck takes to the podium you hear a groan in every corner of the land. But there's still always the danger of people voting for the 'devil they know'. regardless of their own personal circumstances or politics. 

     

    I think politics will change once they're out. I see more progressive factions/parties coming to the fore. Young people have had enough of the right - you can see that with how GB News have been reduced to begging for money and the disastrous showing for right wing candidates in the locals. 

     

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  6. 1 minute ago, coachpotato said:

    There are times when Mac Allister looks world class, but there are times where he also looks brain dead and tonight his control and general play fell into the latter too often.

    The mis-control for their second goal was amateur level, even though you might question our policy of playing the ball into players who are pretty much marked up.

     

    One of the problems is we always fuck with players. Sometimes it works (Fabinho) sometimes it doesn't.

  7. 2 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

    Man telling woman how to behave.  That’s EXACTLY what she’s complaining about.  Making her point for her.  

     

    So I'm not allowed to say she's acting bonkers because she's a woman? Isn't that reverse sexism? Maybe YOU'RE fucking transgender?!

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  8. Just now, Rushies tash said:

     

    It would make a nice change given Tory attitudes to Labour run areas for the past 14 years.

     

    Could see the likes of Burnham and Khan having a lot of influence over Starmer, and not being afraid to call him out.

  9. Rowling seems to have gone a bit bonkers. 

     

    I understand her having views but she shouldn't be using her platform to have a go at individuals the way she's doing.

     

    Twitter does strange shit to people. I've lost count of the number of famous people (like Owen Jones, to be fair) who've started off making reasonable points and then just doubled down again and again until it just looks like they're shouting at clouds.

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  10. What a clown.

     

    Gave a speech funded by policy exchange, Tufton Street shithouses, about how we're all doomed unless we vote for him, cos....labour are the negative party and he's the only one promising a bright future.

     

    It was protesters he was giving a speech about last month.

     

    Pointless cretin.

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