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By MisterMuncher
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Tubby Isaacs wrote:If you want to make a point, provide evidence. Don't tell people to go and look for it themselves.
No, no. You don't get this genius' modus operandi. He doesn't have cases and evidence. He only has opinions. If you disagree with them, then apparently you need evidence to disprove them.

I know, it's a fucking Swiss watch.
 
By Kreuzberger
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#261752
C'mon Andy. You're not even trying.

(*Fluffing was rendered all but redundant with the invention of Viagra. Another lost art from UKIP's good 'ole days.)
 
By Andy McDandy
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#261784
"The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak" ring any bells? Applies to dogs as well as people. Dog sex takes moments in real life, but "Down on the Farm 2" runs for an hour, and Seedy Barry wants his fackin' footage.
By new puritan
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youngian wrote:The BBC has a liberal 'on one hand this on the other hand that' Oxbridge sensibility. This according to the far right tabloids is evidence of lefty subversion.

But they have little need to worry, few people in the BBC have much experience or feeling for reporting labour movement issues and although they do not have a ranting right agenda you only need to hear their royal toadying or anti-union line when wortkers take industrial action to see the BBC fall in line.
Indeed. 'Twas ever thus.

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By spoonman
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GKC wrote:Wander over to Biased BBC. Lots of evidence there.
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