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Started by Proactive, January 13, 2022, 12:06:38 PM
Quote from: pigamus on January 14, 2022, 09:14:09 PMI'm guessing - Covid, therefore ventilation, therefore a load of windows left open in the studio, therefore the coat?
Quote from: the science eel on January 14, 2022, 03:21:46 PMhttps://twitter.com/LBC/status/1481980788216418306
Quote from: pigamus on January 15, 2022, 11:19:00 AMHe seems genuinely interested in Stu, which helps. If he's a cunt elsewhere it's not in evidence here really.
Quote from: somersetchris on January 14, 2022, 12:14:05 AMIt is absolutely baffling, and one of the most annoying things about this forum, that with much of the world veering to the right and genuine fascists getting close to power, so many of you seem to save most of your hatred for liberals who are not left wing enoughh for you, like you would rather see Jacob Rees Mogg in charge than Keir Starmer. You're like a load of deluded, self-important students who cannot accept that socialists will never be in charge no matter how many tantrums you throw. And part of it is the fault of people who keep throwing stones at their own fucking side.
Quote from: James O'Brien https://twitter.com/mrjamesob/status/1307732305876848641We put a pillock in charge [Boris Johnson]. He was, arguably, less pillocky than the other pillock [Jeremy Corbyn]. Both pillocks were too weak/stupid to admit that Brexit's a disaster. The winning pillock surrounded himself with *massive* pillocks in the hope of looking a bit less pillocky. It hasn't worked...
Quote from: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/nov/07/former-labour-mp-ian-austin-urges-voters-back-boris-johnsonTwo former Labour MPs urge voters to back Boris JohnsonIan Austin and John Woodcock both say Jeremy Corbyn is not fit to become prime minister
Quote from: centrist former Labour MP Gavin Shuker https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/apr/19/a-year-on-did-change-uk-change-anything"People might ask me in 30 years 'what did you achieve in your time in politics?'," he says. "I'm no fan of this government obviously. But still, I will be able to say I helped prevent Jeremy Corbyn from leading us through a huge national crisis. And to be honest, I'll take that."
Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on January 15, 2022, 04:32:28 PMIf callers make vaguely lucid arguments against his narrative, he'll do the James Whale trick of talking over them, cutting them off and then having his last word.
Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on January 15, 2022, 04:32:28 PMHe's Jeremy Kyle for middle-class #FBPE librerals
Quote from: g0m on January 14, 2022, 01:48:10 PMthe guys name is freaking somerset piss
Quote from: BritishHobo on January 19, 2022, 01:04:54 PMTo be fair, for a lot of people this is an anger that's been stoked after the first genuinely promising socialist leader in years was relentlessly hammered by those same liberals, who trod exactly the same lines as the right-wingers by feeding into the ludicrous idea that Corbyn was the scariest, most evil politician they'd ever seen. The hysteria was off the charts, and it's pretty galling to see a lot of those liberals turn around now and go "well we can't attack our own side" with absolutely no self-awareness or irony.
Quote from: king_tubby on Yesterday at 08:44:59 PMLol. Lmao.https://twitter.com/LBC/status/1485587457865400327Maybe split the thread?
Quote from: James O'BrienWhy don't we just give seats in the House of Lords to the people who pay the most income tax rather than to people who donate to the Conservative Party.
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