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March 19, 2017

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Busy weekend with a

March 19, 2017

March 19, 2017

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Busy weekend with a

March 19, 2017

freshly dipped and shorn young ewe? new jigsaw? bottle of vintage port and a nice Stilton?  marathon followed by a mars bar and a twix? OR, new IPad which posts things before you mean it to? I am intrigued Bob, intrigued.

March 19, 2017

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Busy weekend with a

March 19, 2017

Methinks his Olivetti ran out of typewriter ribbon !! John (JKW)

March 20, 2017

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March 20, 2017

Nope , John did a great wonderful load of words describing the weekend events then put a smiley face at the end ,and puff all gone into the nether regions ,so I'm not going to do that again.

March 20, 2017

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March 20, 2017

Bob, Been there, done that and got the T shirt !! Bloody infuriating isn't it !?! Still, we soldier on, but that "cloud", "ether", "nether regions" etc, MUST be getting full now of all the stuff we've lost ! John (JKW)

March 20, 2017

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March 20, 2017

I would like to see Bob repost what he lost.

March 21, 2017

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March 21, 2017

Okay using what memory cells I've still in use here goes. We had her in the north declaring another referendum with all the so called experts on tv stating there was " no chance of Scotland getting into the EU " oh yes ,the a guy called " the destroyer of the Labour Party " yep our Jeremy was spouting "unity" of his disappearing party at the polls ,even slagging matches within parliamentary Labour Party meeting .Jungle drums were saying TM was going to declare art 50 ,as the bill had cleared the Commons next week . Then there was the chance to cut the grass in my garden if there no rain ,now living where I do there were lots on MM in hospital in the North then this morning we had the bonus of him dying,shame . Now all we need is Trump to sort GCHQ out for spying on him mmmmmm or maybe the Russians or even Disney

March 21, 2017

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March 21, 2017

I can't find it in my heart to be in the least bit upset about McGuinness's passing, he takes too many secrets of too many unsolved murder victims with him to his grave. Adams should follow him soon in my opinion. Trump; I can't believe his presidency will last the course. I read today he has given his daughter an office in the White House, her husband is his COS, two of his sons are part of his political entourage. How could America have allowed this to happen. Democracy is the answer. The same democracy that the West had been trying to impose on half of the Middle East. You can just see their leaders guffawing at us and laughing themselves silly,'western democracy is really good look what is has done for America'. As for his espionage theories and the allegations re Russian involvement in the election process, I think he knows the CIA's investigation will take so long that he has nothing to worry whilst in office. Sturgeon should be forced to hold an election once Brexit is a done deal. It will settle once and for all the whinging, whining, minority, rabid  Scots nationalists and either see her enter the history books as a latter day Mrs Braveheart, to those Scots that are inclined to worship her, or finish her ranting political career permanently for those that don't. As for Article 50, Juncke is still ranting about making it difficult for us to leave in order to deter others from doing so. He is still of the opinion we will pay £50 billion or so as our Brexit bill. Do you ever look at what's going on around us, at the highest levels, and ask yourselves if the lunatics have taken over the asylum?? Finally, I believe TM should call an early election. It WILL detract from Brexit a bit but if it turns out as expected she will likely have a clearer majority, a cast iron mandate as PM and will rid herself of much of the current anti Brexit  baggage that burdens her. It will also strengthen her bargaining position with the EU!! She should heed the lessons from Brown's failure to do so when he had the chance.  


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