- Fri Jul 17, 2020 1:01 pm #617846
Meet the new Guru:
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle
Meet the new Guru:
Or Masks.youngian wrote: ↑Tue Jul 14, 2020 1:37 pmMakes sense as rising religions like totemic issues to differentiate themselves with rivals. A point made while reading about Islam's tricky relationship with dogs compared to Zoroastrians/Parsi who had an established family pet culture. Or Protestants (and Islam) having disdain for Catholic iconography they considered idolatrous.
Supporting a dopey bird's right to be dopey. It's Littlejohn Dreamland.
Does he go so far as to say the leftists are the REAL violent mob?Andy McDandy wrote: ↑Tue Jul 21, 2020 7:54 amhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... eless.html
PHE and the NHS get it in the neck, nothing's the government's fault (except for Rishi Sunak), ha ha I saw a funny sign, lots of anti-PC crap, the far right are nothing to be concerned about, and regurgitation of an old Captain Pugwash myth.
You ain't kidding.Andy McDandy wrote: ↑Fri Jul 24, 2020 7:49 amhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... krupt.html
You lot! Yes, you, reading this article? You're all slackers! Get back to work! Lift something heavy! Dig a hole! Get pissed at lunchtime!
On that last one, he takes a swipe at the various people who reacted adversely to his last missive. Apparently wondering what sanity there was in lengthy and expensive commutes and overpriced pre-packaged sandwiches is a TRAITOR, up there with the YOONYUNS and the CAAHNCILS in wrecking the country. Work from home? What's that all about, he asks in a moment of irony so extreme it's generated its own force field.
In a particular moment of loathsomeness, he refers to people from the Indian subcontinent and Eastern Europe as "cheaper people". Classy.
Oh, and by the way, most 'caahncils' are preparing for savage reorganisations and job losses in the wake of this. The Tories will get their revenge, don't you worry. And those teachers' pay rises. Out of existing budgets, so it's a pay rise or lose your TA in many cases.
See you next Tuesday.
Yet the white-collar classes have become accustomed to ‘working from home’. So much so that they now look on it as an entitlement.
Listen to the phone-ins, read the surveys. They’re loving their new work/life balance.
Rather like this chap from a BBC HYS at the end of June.Andy McDandy wrote: ↑Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:55 amI'm reasonably sure that in the past, when the Mail has run some story about how everyone working at a sandwich factory is Romanian and can no British people make a sarnie any more, Dickie has wondered why people can't just do home made lunches. Now it turns out that they're the backbone of the economy. Who knew?
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