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the serf

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  1. How about a sofa with a built in toilet and a sink on one side, that way you can have a crap and do the dishes at the same time, freeing up valuable time that could be better used on a 4th part time job.
  2. Blinking in the sunlight the slow witted parasite deploys a defensive cloud of toxic ******** before he burrows back into his filth pile to dine on human misery. !!
  3. Standard behaviour with these ***** I'm afraid. Pardon my language.
  4. This was the Freud Review, knocked up in 12 weeks by investment banker David Freud, at the behest of US companies with an eye on profiteering from our welfare budget with some useless reforms that in effect just embezzle public money, as with so many New Labour 'policies'. I also see the BBC's welfare demonising propaganda initiative includes repeating Freud's man in pub notion that 2/3rds of Incapacity Benefit claims are fraudulent when recent DWP figures for IB fraud are around 0.1%, second only to pensions.
  5. Some EAs have also been flipping houses themselves while aggressively ramping prices faster than anyone else
  6. Maybe they brought the donkey to compete in the National Sand Polo Championships this weekend, in a special gypsies vs d1ckheads match, good for them I say. Edit: spellin
  7. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/professional Main Entry: pro·fes·sion·al Pronunciation: \prə-ˈfesh-nəl, -ˈfe-shə-nəl\ Function: adjective Date: 1606 1 a: of, relating to, or characteristic of a profession b: engaged in one of the learned professions c (1): characterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession (2): exhibiting a courteous, conscientious, and generally businesslike manner in the workplace 2 a: participating for gain or livelihood in an activity or field of endeavor often engaged in by amateurs <a professional golfer> b: having a particular profession as a permanent career <a professional soldier> c: engaged in by persons receiving financial return <professional football> 3: following a line of conduct as though it were a profession <a professional patriot> How are estate agents professionals? Are they going for definition 3?
  8. What with? I disagree with his various comments about bubbles, and the journalistic tendency to invent nonsense. For whoever was asking about what examples he gave of positive booms dotcom internet infrastructure 1840s britain railways apollo programme
  9. Have just skimmed this comment piece by Sumit Paul-Choudhury, NS technology editor, basically it's terrrible, he states (assumes) that no one knows why bubbles occur, politicians are afraid of them (no evidence offered), no one knows how to control them. It's only one page, of garbage.
  10. Yes this seems sensible, I'll do it. We can create a utopian society based on the teachings of the book of Argos
  11. Fred Harrison called houses end 07-08 in 2005 ne gud?
  12. A least a lot of financiers and land speculators will be much richer.
  13. How true. The entire country runs on unacknowledged snobbery, the class system's attitudes and mechanisms are alive and well. Our bizarre ruling classes will continue to dominate the establishment and media and idiotically piss the country away from Westminster as they have been doing for the last 50 years. They're still stealing from their domestic slave class as well I suspect. God bless the Queen. (and her fascist regime)
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