- Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:30 pm #598804
Ron wasn't just gay. He was as gay as a row of tents. Pink leather tents.
"The opportunity to serve our country. That is all we ask." John Smith, Leader of the Labour Party, 10 May 1994.
My take on it is that the Krays were about image, egging each other on (at least from Ronnie to Reg). I'm not convinced Reg would've become a lifetaker had it not been for Ronnie. He seemed more interested in business, mingling with the stars of the day. I'm uncomfortable with my own line of thought in this though, because it's like saying Hindley would not have killed without Brady. Ronnie without Reg would've been a killer, Brady without Hindley likewise. I'm doubtful that Hindley particularly would have been a killer had she not met Brady in her early life at work. It's very complex. She clearly had inherent evil in her that manifested in the dynamic she had with Brady, she was utterly consumed by him. He didn't give a toss about anyone other than himself, right up until he died, attention seeking all the way.
Played by Bros bro Luke Goss. Not as menacing as Burton but he’s alright in it. http://www.bbc.co.uk/films/2004/01/23/c ... view.shtml
This is a man, after all, who thought it appropriate to issue a statement of condolence on the day Frank Sinatra died
When Project Fear was in full swing, we were told that if we voted Leave and signed a trade deal with Washington, we'd all die of food poisoning. Now the objections have switched to animal welfare.
You can't reason with these people.
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