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  1. I think they picked the wrong target meself to highlight as a "scam" I'm thinking he maybe should have gone into politics.
  2. He's the ultimate STR, a non-too subtle attack on some members of this website. I'm expecting Bruno to pop up at any moment. Pity David Thewlis isn't playing the security guard, It would have been crowbar across the skull of the mortgage broker then.
  3. No they are supplied in tiny vials, filled by the tears of the children of homeless couples, who are forced to listen to the sounds of the worlds "tiniest violin" orchestra playing Montovani.
  4. I guess if it's in his contract of employment that if he nods off at post then its gross misconduct then they can just get rid AFAIK. The banker is an Irish actor. But he's worked at lot in the US recently, so I guess there's some handy residual transatlanticness there.
  5. Like ****** is this a free market.
  6. Just wondering how many of these actors have BTL portfolios. I'm keeping a beedie eye out to see if my landlord crops up
  7. I take it back, this is heading into Blackstuff territory. Hope he hasn't got any rabbits out the back, or a shotgun.
  8. Yes, no where near the hopelessness and cry for a past of "Boys from The Blackstuff", and This Life was just about overindulged e-taking lawyers shagging each other. Sadly for a lot of people out there they'll be thinking. "Wasn't it ******ing great". I can assure you no-one who lived through Merseyside during the Thatcher years looks back on it with any real fondness (though there was some great music coming out of that period).
  9. Just realised the banker is also the politician in The Wire. Think this is pretty promising in an "Oh shit don't do it" sort of way.
  10. Between the bricks of the unused flats in Leeds? [edited for strikeout text fail]
  11. Formby Point, Formby, Caldy on The Wirral. Or if I had loads of money I'd buy up Shotwick village to preserve it, and turn it into a private estate. All of them let you see wonderful Sunsets and the hills of North Wales. I've lived too many years here not to settle down here. Though I'd most probably go worldwide travelling for a couple of years at least. Down south I think I'd like a small place somewhere more South West, but not too far down Cornwall/Devon. Maybe Hereford as it's handy for a couple of festivals I like, and you can get nice Cider. I'd also have a place on the left bank in Paris, a place in Venice or Treviso, and one in Soller on Majorca. Can fly to all three places from Liverpool, and if the flights stop I can get a long distance train there instead.
  12. She also stated that she believed in a meritocracy, whilst still retaining a monarchy and the house of lords, most of whom are in there just because they where lucky to have a particular sperm hit a particular egg, down a trail of years where their ancestors where given land for murdering the original occupants of the land. She ignored the needs of half the country by making them waste on the dole, and was able to do this by making people think she was saving money elsewhere. But she also had a huge amount of money coming in through oil revenues. The whole attitude of chasing after the lowly doleite for the occasional tenner made on the side, whilst turning a blind eye to the tax evasion of the rich just shows how much belief she really had in the entrepenurial spirit of the northern working class. I also read an article in the Sunday papers, can't remember which one, which actually said that when you take all factors into account, we where actually paying more tax under Thatcher than we are now. Don't shoot the messenger. Just passing it on.
  13. About 20 years ago I was homeless for a bit and lived in a b&b, personal allowance for a single person was 10 quid. B&B landlord had to provide breakfast and a room, shared bog (they could determine what that meant). Nothing else. Place I lived in was actually a bail hostel, which was a bit scary, an auld paedo lived upstairs, and one of the younger residents used to go out on the rob, got caught, evicted but shat in his chest of drawers the morning he got taken away by the cops. I think I was better off getting kicked by drunken egotists when I was kipping rough in the cardboard box to be honest.
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