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Scooby Dudek

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About Scooby Dudek

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  • Birthday 08/20/1971

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    Liverpool
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    Running, reading and travel.

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    Married, with a six year old daughter
  • Location
    Liverpool
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    Travel, skiing, running and football
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    Marine Engineer
  1. Scooby Dudek

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Obviously crossed wires. I knew the stupid Tory cunt had never been elected. My presumption was you were implying it was wrong that once again, unelected, unaccountable EU cunts were able to make policy decisions about the U.K. I was pointing out that one of the examples you were using about the EU was already an unelected, unaccountable cunt who had been in the UK government. I think we can agree she is indeed a Tory cunt. Linking me with Kinnock and thinking I support Washi, is probably the biggest insult I have ever received on here.
  2. Scooby Dudek

    Chas Hodges dead.

    Whenever I scroll down the GF, I read this as Dan. I then feel sad as I realise it isn't. * * I am not wishing death on anyone.
  3. Scooby Dudek

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    October 2015 https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/10/28/jeremy-corbyn-reasons-should-not-buy-the-sun_n_8407912.html
  4. Scooby Dudek

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Not defending it, but it is an old photo and we have already had the discussion about it; https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/10/28/jeremy-corbyn-reasons-should-not-buy-the-sun_n_8407912.html I could be mistaken but I am sure it resurfaced two years ago as well, when the conference was in Liverpool.
  5. Scooby Dudek

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    To quote from the wiki link you provided; She served in David Cameron's Cabinet, first as the Minister without portfoliobetween 2010–12, then as the Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Office and as the Minister of State for Faith and Communities (styled as "Senior Minister of State"), until her resignation citing her disagreement with the Government's policy on the Israel–Gaza conflict in August 2014.[1] So despite never being elected, she served in the British Governments cabinet as a Minister of State.
  6. Scooby Dudek

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    The same unelected, unaccountable Baroness Warsi who sat on the cabinet ? Thank god we can get away from unelected people ruling over us. I wonder where the Royal family and house of Lords stand on this.
  7. Scooby Dudek

    Happy to let Gomez make his mistakes at LFC?

    Not happy with all this praise just before facing the second best attack in world football. Hopefully no jinxing has taken place.
  8. Scooby Dudek

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    It is the same video he posted approx 10 months ago when Morgan Stanley were saying he was a threat to the country. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/nov/30/jeremy-corbyn-morgan-stanley-labour-brexit Jeremy Corbyn tells Morgan Stanley: 'You're right, we are a threat' Labour leader hits back after investment bank warned clients his party could pose as much of a risk to UK business as Brexit He was moved to record the video, posted on his Twitter feed and Facebook page, after Morgan Stanley released a note telling investors about what it perceived as the risks of Corbyn taking power. “The UK is in the midst of a double whammy of uncertainty in the shape of Brexit and a fragile domestic political situation. Taken together, these two factors – which are interrelated to some degree – cast a long shadow over the policy backdrop and economic outlook of the UK,” the report from Morgan Stanley’s European equity team said. “For the UK market, domestic politics may be perceived as a bigger risk than Brexit. From a UK investor perspective, we believe that the domestic political situation is at least as significant as Brexit, given the fragile state of the current government and the perceived risks of an incoming Labour administration that could potentially embark on a radical change in policy direction. So he responded specifically to financial institutions because they had a go at him. Funnily it wasn't deemed antisemitic at the time. As Jenson says, hopefully this will show the anti Corbyn agenda for the bollocks it is.
  9. Scooby Dudek

    Spurs vs Liverpool, Sat 15, 12:30

    Didn't realise your kid played football
  10. Scooby Dudek

    Another School Shooting

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-45481527 A 12-year-old US boy accused of walking into a classroom with a handgun, pointing it at his teacher and pulling the trigger is in custody on a charge of attempted murder. The gun did not go off as the safety catch was on. The teacher then managed to talk him down and disarm him, court papers say. The incident happened at a junior high school in Iowa on 31 August. The school was put on lockdown and police seized the gun. America's gun culture in 10 charts Six radical ways to tackle US school shootings The boy is alleged to have walked into the classroom at North Scott junior high school in Eldridge with a handgun and ordered everyone to the floor. He pointed the gun, which had one round in the chamber, at the teacher's face and pulled the trigger, according to the documents. No-one was harmed during the incident, and the boy's teacher and another staff member were able to take the gun from the boy. He faces charges of attempted murder, carrying a weapon on school grounds, and assault while displaying a dangerous weapon. He has been ordered to remain in state custody at a juvenile detention centre for the time being.
  11. Scooby Dudek

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    So we can control the colour of our passports. The irony being once the country is destroyed economically no EU citizens will want to come here to work, so it is a win, win.
  12. Scooby Dudek

    Tennis

    They obviously read TLW; https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-45479954 An Australian cartoonist has defended his depiction of Serena Williams at the US Open, after the image went viral and was criticised as racist and sexist. Mark Knight's newspaper cartoon showed Williams jumping above a broken racquet next to a baby's dummy. Critics said it used racist stereotypes. The cartoonist denied it was racist, saying he had intended to depict only the tennis player's "poor behaviour". Some also said Knight had "whitewashed" Japanese player Naomi Osaka. Williams sparked controversy during her loss to Osaka when she accused the umpire of sexism and being a "thief". Knight's drawing was published in Australia's most-read newspaper, the Herald Sun on Monday, and referenced Williams's outburst and showed the umpire asking Osaka: "Can you just let her win?" It has been strongly defended by Knight and the newspaper's editor, Damon Johnston, who denied the cartoon is racist or sexist. "It rightly mocks poor behaviour by a tennis legend... Mark has the full support of everyone," he said in a tweet. Skip Twitter post by @damonheraldsunView image on Twitter End of Twitter post by @damonheraldsun But critics, including author JK Rowling, compared the cartoon to past racist caricatures of African-American people. Skip Twitter post by @jk_rowling Twitter Ads info and privacy Report End of Twitter post by @jk_rowling Skip Twitter post by @Skipperdee2015 Twitter Ads info and privacy Report End of Twitter post by @Skipperdee2015 Others on social media pointed out that Osaka, who is mixed race, had been drawn as a white woman with a blonde hair. The National Association of Black Journalists in the US denounced the cartoon as "repugnant on many levels". Serena Williams and 'angry black women' Rants, jeers and tears - 'most bizarre match'? 'Sexism doesn't excuse Williams' behaviour' "[it] not only exudes racist, sexist caricatures of both women, but Williams' depiction is unnecessarily sambo-like," it said in a statement. The 1899 children's book, The Story of Little Black Sambo, featured derogatory racial depictions - such as characters with thick red lips. Knight said he had "no knowledge of those cartoons or that period", saying on Tuesday that "the world has just gone crazy". "The cartoon was just about Serena on the day having a tantrum. That's basically it," he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Knight also rejected a suggestion that he would not draw a similar image of a man. As evidence, he tweeted his recent cartoon of tennis player Nick Kyrgios. Racism in Australian cartoonsOne sociology expert told the BBC that Knight had used "a genre that has a long history of racist impact". "The author may not even realise their own framing of the world has been shaped by history of racism in Australia," said emeritus Prof Andrew Jakubowicz from the University of Technology, Sydney. He said there had been "a tradition" in many Australian cartoons to exaggerate physical characteristics of minority groups, including indigenous Australians, to "trigger a reaction" - such as humour. Knight was also accused of racism last month for a cartoon which showed faceless black figures fighting in a Melbourne subway, a reference to a debate about African-Australian street gangs.
  13. Scooby Dudek

    Theresa "MAY" not build a better Britain.

    I was looking for the Victory on Waxworld speech, Rimmer: [Rimmer tells Lister of his great "victory" leading the good droids against the fascist droids] There are always casualties in war. If there weren't it wouldn't be war; just be a rather nasty argument with lots of pushing and shoving. Lister: How many survived? Rimmer: Well, we haven't had time to make a full official estimate. But at a rough guess, and obviously this is subject to alteration pending information updates, round about: none of them. Lister: So you wiped out the entire population of this planet? Rimmer: You make it sound so negative Lister. Don't you see? The deranged menace that once threatened this world is vanquished. Lister: No it isn't pal, you're still here! but also found this;
  14. Scooby Dudek

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    They are pathetic, when you point out they are pathetic, they call us bitter. I once had a "discussion" with one, with me saying "say Liverpool football club", obviously he was unable to say this phrase. However, me saying "Everton football club" and knowing he couldn't say our name proved I am bitter and obsessed.
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