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By Andy McDandy
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... -Jaws.html

Lockdown whinge. Still not connecting the dots or bringing himself to admit that his beloved Tories might just be the problem.
 
By Andy McDandy
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Double dose. First, cops and Tom Watson get a hatchet job.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... EJOHN.html

Then some more culture war bollocks:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... d-you.html
Rail chiefs have come up with a novel plan to overcome the controversial border in the Irish Sea.

They’re proposing to build a 23-mile long tunnel between Scotland and Northern Ireland, from Stranraer to Larne.
That's Johnson, the PM. Not "rail chiefs", cunt.
 
By youngian
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I am a veritable repository of worthless trivia.
For instance, my encyclopaedic knowledge of old British television series is fairly extensive, as regular readers can attest.
‘For instance’ as in ‘this is the limit of my trivia.’
And Swampy who he has some sort of obsession with.
 
By Cyclist
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encyclopaedic knowledge of [...] is fairly extensive

Whereas his knowledge of the English language isn't very good.


Fairly extensive =/= encyclopedic. Which is it, you cunt?
 
By Andy McDandy
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... ainer.html

Dickie loves his libertarianism, up to a point. While he rails against those in authority making people's lives a misery, he can't resist the opportunity to try it himself. So he cheerfully fantasises about seeing smug work from home types (like himself?) getting fired. Or something.

Otherwise, more Swampy, 70s TV, gangster films*, and being a cunt.

*At one point, explaining that a character from a 70s TV show is not to be confused with an actor from an 80s gangster film, who shared a scene in that film with an actor from an 80s sitcom, just to shoehorn in a quote. None of which has any relevance to anything whatsoever.
 
By Andy McDandy
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Up there with his Geordie mate and occasional goth-killer Black Mike. For someone with so many Great Mates, he plays the misanthropic cunt card quite a lot.

He touches on the rail gauges in Britain and Ireland being different as a reason why Johnson's tunnel vision won't fly. Of course, this was pointed out to him by one of his faithful readers who fill his postbag, arther than any one of the zillions of people who pointed it out online. He still peddles that image of a country stuffed with eccentrics brimming with quirky knowledge.
By satnav
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Finally he writes about something with a certain amount of expertise.
[Face it, if we’re ever going to travel abroad again, vaccine passports will be required. We already have to apply for visas or Estas if we want to visit the U.S, and get fingerprinted at the port of entry./quote]

I'm a bit miffed that an ex-pat like Littlejohn has got the vaccine before keyworkers and other more deserving people.
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