Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
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By ACG
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to paraphrase jon stewart, it's also ok to say "seasons greetings".
 
By ACG
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i made cards a few years ago that said "merry squidmouse"

and i think i may now have a theme for this years ones. :) thank you all
By SoulBoy
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Killer Whale wrote:Brecon's Christmas Fair has been re-branded Winter Wonderfest. Should I tell the Mail? I should imagine that it's so as not to offend the Gurkhas garrisoned in the town. Or something.
Banning Christmas... our brave boys... bit brown though... St. Joanna Lumley... BOOM!!!
By Paul
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Will it be the warmest November on record? Britain basks on sunny weekend of mild weather as temperatures hit 18C

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1diGOqe8m" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... l#comments" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I'm over here for Christmas (if i'm allowed to say that word in the U.K.) and am wondering what the long term forecast is, as I am thinking of taxing my motorcycle instead of laying it up for the winter. Are there any amateur forecasters out there to offer advice?

- Martin Turner, Lakeport C.A. U.S.A., 14/11/2011 0:03
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Twat!
 
By Bones McCoy
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Tom_MKUK wrote:I posted a reply to that one advising him to stay in the US in case our Winterval Police arrested him on arrival at the border for saying 'Christmas', but it didn't make it past the naughty word filtering software. Maybe 'Christmas' was the naughty word?
You're not allowed to mention it.
And what about if it was a Mosque eh?
 
By Esqui
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Well, they lasted 8 days
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... stmas.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Volunteers, however, said they believed the Christmas ban was a product of political correctness of the kind that led Birmingham's leaders to order their city to celebrate 'Winterval'
Also, don't the Red Cross do this every year? And don't the Mail get angry about it every year?

Hang on a mo, that's 2002...but the search page lists it as 2011
By Tom_UK
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Esqui wrote:Hang on a mo, that's 2002...but the search page lists it as 2011
Damn! False alarm. You almost won the politically correct Winterval hamper full of ethically sourced vegan winter products (produced in the EU). Keep 'em peeled folks, the prize is still up for grabs!
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