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Dermo wrote:

deformation of character

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#iamlordsewell

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I'm sorry Amps - you're cool as fuck, man. You're one of the few on here who actually have a life outside of the board, y'know? And you TOTALLY get my taste in trabbs.

I fucking love you man.

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lol. two actually!

*hiccup*

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Jay, you are so moneysupermarket

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Boring wrote:

Happy Birthday Flarse!

Promotion, engagement and improved bowel control - it seems to have been a good year for you. May you have many more.

Sadly only one of those achievements actually happened.

Perhaps the most important one though

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A dam sight longer than I lasted when I was inside your mum today, I know that much

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I hope you had a shite day you junky-ass coffin dodging loser

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http://cnn.it/1H2QOMW

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Dan Harwood wrote:
chromosome_junction wrote:
Boring wrote:

The MOD have been trying to privatise the supply, maintenance and training chain. (pretty much everything bar the guys who press the red button or pull on the trigger). Agree that it's unlikely to happen.

How about schools? Private schools always get good results because they filter out bad parents/kids. There must be a case for privatising some of the better state schools - i.e the school bills the state and then also charges the parents for a top-up premium. A number of the poor/thick kids will get replaced by kids from middle class families so results for the school should improve further.

In other words, they've been trying to privatise the non-core functions.

Private schools generate a lot of social value but are bad in many less tangible ways because they reinforce social stratification and deprive the state schools of teaching talent. They should be highly taxed and should be forced to include pupils from deprived backgrounds.

Most of the Private Schools do have bursary programmes where less fortunate kids can come and get laughed at, generally abused (physically, sexually and mentally) and then sent back to their sink estates to get the same treatment by their equally depraved peers.

I know - but nowhere near enough.

I work with a few ex-Eton "chaps". I wanted to hate them at first but they're all sound as a pound frankly. The standard of education is so high that even the shit ones come out pretty well in the end. That's something which shouldn't only be for the rich.

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I'd just like to take a moment to congratulate the Bavarians for their beer producing skills, I have no idea why they're not all alcoholics, we have been absolutely hoovering this stuff today

http://s10.postimg.org/8rhstv9a1/image.jpg

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Boring wrote:

The MOD have been trying to privatise the supply, maintenance and training chain. (pretty much everything bar the guys who press the red button or pull on the trigger). Agree that it's unlikely to happen.

How about schools? Private schools always get good results because they filter out bad parents/kids. There must be a case for privatising some of the better state schools - i.e the school bills the state and then also charges the parents for a top-up premium. A number of the poor/thick kids will get replaced by kids from middle class families so results for the school should improve further.

In other words, they've been trying to privatise the non-core functions.

Private schools generate a lot of social value but are bad in many less tangible ways because they reinforce social stratification and deprive the state schools of teaching talent. They should be highly taxed and should be forced to include pupils from deprived backgrounds.

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millsy23 wrote:

The current trend for having stretchy material/ flyknit on trabb upper sections is ridiculous. Your foot moves all over the show and lifts off the sole, making them totally impractical for sport imo. I have a pair of Nike for the gym. I've worn them once, they were just fucking dangerous and a broken ankle waiting to happen.

Mate, I've clocked about 300Km in those bad boys without so much as a blister. I wouldn't buy anything but these for running

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On-brand as ever, Ed

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The video is on YouTube and is really funny. gave me a right giggle this morning over my muesli.

Probably the most useful thing a member of the HoL has done for me personally, and definitely the most honest commentary on parliamentary expenses.

Well done him, I say

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I went to a field and fed my horse today. Yay or neigh?

saddle

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The MOD haven't been trying to privatise the armed forces, they've been trying to privatise certain specific functions. National defence forces are the best possible example of something that can never be privatised.

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http://e0.365dm.com/15/07/16-9/20/world-cup-putin-blatter_3329414.jpg

"so good to see you Vladimir.....or should I call you Dogmanstarr, hahahaha!"

"Shhhhh.....keep it down Strudders, lol"

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If a private firm wastes money they go bust and close down, but if a public body does it they strengthen their ability to say: "we need more funding" and "cut our budget and you harm the needy"; the bigger the budget you manage, the more you get paid, therefore waste is rewarded.

Lower taxes and less state spending helps the needy by wasting less on the idle and greedy.

Don't listen to them Jay, I'm sure it's a really good book and will look great in your rack between the definitive histories of dance music in San Diego and Utrecht

loopdokter wrote:
Ncable wrote:

I've noticed an alarming trend in the last couple of days of awful puns being trotted out in absentia of genuine cutting edge humour.


Smarten up lads, lets finish the week on a high.

Don't you dare try and saddle me with that burden. Yay or neigh?

lol

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To be fair, supposedly the place was absolutely rocking.

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/9AE8/production/_84165693_niknamhussein.jpg

The former Mayor of Aylesbury

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No sarcasm intended BF. I've missed an open goal with the Weissbeer line to be fair.

Does this book include a foreword from The Loopdoktor along with a picture of him resplendent in Movember 'tache and headwand?