Caballo wrote:I will pass on your regards. I am, as the yoof would say 'punching'.
and by common consent, #me2 !!
the_magic_rat wrote::) That's me C4m! I know Hampstead, like St. Albans and quite a few others on here, was a big Bruce fan, as demonstrated by the 70th birthday thread.
tim_noone wrote:Yes...bob the scutter who worked at the reform club....I can only think it's ants?? I knew every one who worked there from Burnley. The poster above your last post is my son no more clues now.
Firthy wrote:Brilliant. I actually shed a tear reading that. It's such a refreshing change to read something nice and positive which is down to earth and about ordinary people.
ClaretTony wrote:I’ll look at a way of doing it
Marney&Mee wrote:We only need to start worrying once they get the vote...
fidelcastro wrote:Why? But for your information, yes I have worked for greedy unscrupulous employers.
martin_p wrote:But they do give a **** about facts. It was 37% of the electorate voted leave, even less of the population.
Imploding Turtle wrote:The backstop. The ******* backstop.
That was our idea. You haven't got a ******* clue, have you?
Imploding Turtle wrote:Your point was "a majority" though. Now you're changing your position. Make up your mind before it starts to look like you're moving the goalposts of debate.
Imploding Turtle wrote:A majority think that of Johnson too. Funny how you're ignoring that. Almost like you're doing so because it doesn't fit your preferred argument.
fidelcastro wrote:Remind me how well things are going for Boris at the moment.