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#583128
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:01 pm
PE Teacher...
I have to speak in defence of my old PE teacher, Mr. Robinson (whom I believe is no longer with us). He was also a maths teacher: and unlike every other PE teacher at my school, wasn't a sadistic bastard who delighted in humiliating the fat kids. Rather, he encouraged them to do their best and if he spotted they could do something well, he nurtured them.

As such, this fat kid ending up demonstrating to his peers the correct, fluid method of hurdling...
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Tubby Isaacs wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:03 pm
Johnson's deal, if it exists, is going to be harder than May's, with more scope to diverge on standards to keep Steve Baker happy.

As I always say, that's what they voted for in South Shields.
Ah but as part of the left behind they voted to kick out the immigrants and to stick it Westminster at least that's what the likes of Goodwin tells us.
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Fucking Hoey, guldering "No Surrender" at a Tory Fringe meeting. No slip, no lack of knowledge. She grew up here. She knows exactly what she's doing. Were it "Allahu Akbar" or "Tiocfaidh ár lá"* she'd be on the front bastard page, but sure this is just fucking *grand*

It's all very well taking Sinn Féin to task for their abstentionist policy, but with enemies like that, who needs friends?


*Grammatically horrendous IRA slogan. Makes my teeth itch.
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