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it's Friday night:

- I'm mortgage free

- have a good job

- substantial deposit

- substantially happily drunk

- more earning power than last year

- fully educated by HPC

- lots of holiday planned

- indulging in schadenfreude

soooooo, can I hear a whoo whoo?

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it's Friday night:

- I'm mortgage free

- have a good job

- substantial deposit

- substantially happily drunk

- more earning power than last year

- fully educated by HPC

- lots of holiday planned

- indulging in schadenfreude

soooooo, can I hear a whoo whoo?

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Oh yes.

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Sure, but I charge for my services B)

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Sure, but I charge for my services B)

Beat me to it.

The OP makes no mention of Japanese or Thai twins or the Brazillian Womens volleyball team so I can't really see how it is a whoo whoo sort of moment!

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it's Friday night:

- I'm mortgage free

- have a good job

- substantial deposit

- substantially happily drunk

- more earning power than last year

- fully educated by HPC

- lots of holiday planned

- indulging in schadenfreude

soooooo, can I hear a whoo whoo?

Shouldn't you be out shagging?

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Beat me to it.

The OP makes no mention of Japanese or Thai twins or the Brazillian Womens volleyball team so I can't really see how it is a whoo whoo sort of moment!

Damn you and your fancy 'logic'

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sorry to shit on the parade, but you are whooing in the same system that will whoo whoop your **** or your kids/grandkids arses sometime along the road.

never look after no.1

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Good point, does he have the love of a good (bad) woman. ;)

indeed .... I knock of at 4, few pints of beer with the colleagues, quick blast home on the tube to get changed, then back on the tube for some

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sorry to shit on the parade, but you are whooing in the same system that will whoo whoop your **** or your kids/grandkids arses sometime along the road.

never look after no.1

yup, no kids no mortgage, no responsibility, plus can legally live in two other countries that are far, far away from the uk :P

so, I repeat can I hear a whoop whoop?

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i'll give you a woop then.

i'm still reserving the 2nd woop. may release it at a later date for you.

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never look after no.1

Why not? No other b'stard will.

in an urban society, everything connects.

each persons needs are fed by the skills of many others.

our lives are woven together like fabric.

but the connections that make society strong, also make it vulnerable.

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in an urban society, everything connects.

each persons needs are fed by the skills of many others.

our lives are woven together like fabric.

but the connections that make society strong, also make it vulnerable.

Worthy of a "Thread" on it's own, eh fred? ;) Or several Threads.

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in an urban society, everything connects.

each persons needs are fed by the skills of many others.

our lives are woven together like fabric.

but the connections that make society strong, also make it vulnerable.

Boll*cks.

I have lived in both a rural (conservative) area and an inner-city area.

Rural area : I was repeatedly invited round to my neighbours house for parties, barbeques even their daughters wedding reception. I had a tab at my local pub which i could clear at the end of the week, food included.

I didnt even know my next door neighbours name when living in an inner city area.

Socialism is as false as tony blairs smile.

I believe in something else. I believe in community.

F*ck the state, I pay my taxes and I dont see a penny.

I have had more help when I needed it from decent people whilst living in a rural (strongly conservative area) than an inner city area. The best I could hope for in inner london is a stabbing.

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Boll*cks.

I have lived in both a rural (conservative) area and an inner-city area.

Wait until the crops fail, the chemical fertiliser runs out and you are reduced to eating rats to supplement your 1,000 calorie a day ration.

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I have lived in both a rural (conservative) area and an inner-city area.

The original quote (from the opening of the BBC nuclear war docu-drama "Threads") refers to the way all of us depend on people we don't know and will never meet, doing jobs we can't begin to understand or that we ever really think about.

When I turn on the light, I expect it to come on. How the energy for this is generated, conveyed to my house, how the bulb itself is constructed and how it works, I have no idea. I just assume that when I switch on the light, it will come on.

Same for sanitation, transport, medicine, finance. "Threads" illustrates what happens when something causes all this interwoven fabric to fail, in this particular case, a nuclear strike by the Soviet Union.

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Boll*cks.

I have lived in both a rural (conservative) area and an inner-city area.

Rural area : I was repeatedly invited round to my neighbours house for parties, barbeques even their daughters wedding reception. I had a tab at my local pub which i could clear at the end of the week, food included.

I didnt even know my next door neighbours name when living in an inner city area.

Socialism is as false as tony blairs smile.

I believe in something else. I believe in community.

F*ck the state, I pay my taxes and I dont see a penny.

I have had more help when I needed it from decent people whilst living in a rural (strongly conservative area) than an inner city area. The best I could hope for in inner london is a stabbing.

Amen to that. The area I grew up in was a Tory stronghold, and everyone knew everyone else, often invited round others etc. Labor city area? I don't even know the people living below me. Tried 'hello' a few times, got a look as if I had 2 heads.

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The original quote (from the opening of the BBC nuclear war docu-drama "Threads") refers to the way all of us depend on people we don't know and will never meet, doing jobs we can't begin to understand or that we ever really think about.

When I turn on the light, I expect it to come on. How the energy for this is generated, conveyed to my house, how the bulb itself is constructed and how it works, I have no idea. I just assume that when I switch on the light, it will come on.

Same for sanitation, transport, medicine, finance. "Threads" illustrates what happens when something causes all this interwoven fabric to fail, in this particular case, a nuclear strike by the Soviet Union.

Aah, I see. I can answer that question... its not Lawyers, its not H& safety reps, it certainly isnt people with an MBA.

Its the little people, from the shop floor, through to engineering and strategic level planning from business. In other words, the people that Produce stuff. In some ways, doctors could be included, as they prolong life, thus increasing the productivity of each citizen "unit".

Still think that traditional conservatism is far better for the well-being of society than Labour is. I am talking about the conservatives before the yuppies turned up.

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its not Lawyers, its not H& safety reps, it certainly isnt people with an MBA.

They all belong on the B-Ark.

The useless third of the population (consisting of hairdressers, tired TV producers, insurance salesmen, personnel officers, security guards, management consultants, telephone sanitizers and the like) were packed into the B-Ark, one of three giant Ark spaceships, and told that everyone else would follow shortly in the other two. The other two thirds of the population, of course, did not follow and "led full, rich and happy lives"

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So where are you b*ggering off to Shorts?

You are not staying in the UK, surely?

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