Author Topic: Super-Twat  (Read 376226 times)

spesh

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3550 on: March 15, 2019, 11:56:40 am »
Yes, but that doesn't even start with a trigger phrase, just straight into why these people deserved what they got.

Saddest part is he's either trumpeting what his constituents think or influencing them to think that way
All 19 of them that voted for him.

And he's only a senator because the actual winner was ruled ineligible and he got in by default.

https://twitter.com/beneltham/status/1106505202465538050?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

https://twitter.com/Chosen_Chaos/status/1106506187049062400
If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3551 on: March 15, 2019, 08:16:32 pm »
Blimey.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3552 on: March 16, 2019, 11:01:51 am »
I believe that nice Mr Yaxley-Lemon was planning an Australian speaking tour.  I wonder who he was meeting over there & who his target audience was ?   :sick:

He was meeting mugs who'd coughed up somewhere north of five hundred quid for the Access All Areas ticket.  And then The Man wouldn't let him in.  And they wouldn't let Adolf Hipster in either.  And the Victoria police have a few questions, and a large bill, for Milo Flobbadopoulos.  So he's not going either.  And the fash are getting all tearful because they've paid up front and haven't had their money back.

(Points; laughs)
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spesh

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3555 on: March 16, 2019, 01:50:55 pm »
Bit of a bogan, isn't he?
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3556 on: March 16, 2019, 08:28:50 pm »
Not fast & rarely furious

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3557 on: March 17, 2019, 04:43:13 pm »
Eggboy is being encouraged to repeat his performance inna-vegan-stylee.  Using a brick.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3558 on: March 18, 2019, 06:28:24 pm »
That hideous carrion eater Hopkins again, who is apparently live tweeting from Utrecht about todays shooting. 
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hellymedic

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3559 on: March 18, 2019, 11:27:42 pm »
I am prudish and squeamish.

I refuse to taint my mind or computer by looking at anything from that specimen.

Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3560 on: March 20, 2019, 06:25:29 am »
Not so much Trump Jr, whom you'd expect to be a twat, but the Torygraph for giving him airtime.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47634365
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3561 on: March 20, 2019, 07:52:39 am »
Chris Grayling - everything he touches turns to sheet.

Alastair Stewart - he used to front those Death Kill Road Slaughter Murder Police Chase programmes, shaking his head in dismay and telling us what a bunch of tools we are, yet he himself is a 2 times convicted drink driver.

David Lammy - he seems to have lost his edge since Motorhead broke up.

ian

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3562 on: March 20, 2019, 09:53:10 am »
Not so much Trump Jr, whom you'd expect to be a twat, but the Torygraph for giving him airtime.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47634365

It's actually a rather shocking article, full of right-wing tropes about the 'deep state operatives' and the 'global elite.' He's more nuts than a squirrel put in charge of the KP production line.

Mind you, an entitled bazillionaire attacking the 'global elite' should be amusing. These people have all the self-reflective capabilities of a vampire in a dark room with the lights off.
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citoyen

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3563 on: March 20, 2019, 10:11:12 am »
I have managed to find myself on the Telegraph's mailing list - probably due to making the mistake of registering with them so I could read an article - so I regularly get emails from them with links to their leaders.

One of their recent leaders was a piece arguing that a no-deal Brexit was the best option for Britain. It appeared to be serious, not satirical.

I used to have respect for the Telegraph as a paper that despite its political leanings was a source of quality journalism. My mother-in-law, a one-time member of the British Communist Party, used to read the Telegraph to inform herself what the other side were thinking (one of very few people I've known who don't treat their choice of daily newspaper as an echo chamber for their prejudices).


Strangely, the decline seems to coincide more or less exactly with the takeover by the Barclays.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3564 on: March 20, 2019, 10:26:42 am »
I actually like reading varying opinions (even if it makes me swear occasionally) – I'm genuinely curious about, say, the arguments for a no-deal Brexit being a good thing (they do share one thing: they're awful and leave me scratching my head). I'm minded that everyone should do this. OK, I might draw the line at the Daily Mail, just a glance at the headlines makes my eyeballs feel dirty.

But I think that piece cross the line, firstly because I'm not sure why Donald Trump Jr's opinions have any weight other than he's related to the current President of the USA, and secondly it's a clear dog whistle of right-wing tropes that could have easily been published on InfoWars or similar.

They may as well have asked a squirrel for its opinion. It would have been just as informative. Mmm, nuts, said the squirrel.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3565 on: March 20, 2019, 12:03:50 pm »
Not so much Trump Jr, whom you'd expect to be a twat, but the Torygraph for giving him airtime.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47634365

It's actually a rather shocking article, full of right-wing tropes about the 'deep state operatives' and the 'global elite.' He's more nuts than a squirrel put in charge of the KP production line.

Mind you, an entitled bazillionaire attacking the 'global elite' should be amusing. These people have all the self-reflective capabilities of a vampire in a dark room with the lights off.

I am SO stealing that ;D
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3566 on: March 22, 2019, 12:29:32 am »
https://t.co/xeW0quW2M7    Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he made sure all his nine children were exposed to chickenpox and caught the disease instead of giving them a vaccine.


I'd say this chap qualifies for the award.  Shades of John Selwyn-Gummer feeding his daughter a BSE burger.
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spesh

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3567 on: March 22, 2019, 12:45:02 am »
The anti-vaxxer movement is essentially biological warfare by other means - instead of catapulting dead cows over city walls or dropping cluster bombs filled with infected insects or bacteria/viruses, it's using the internet and human stupidity.
If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3568 on: March 22, 2019, 06:19:49 am »
Im gonna have to point out most people here aren't vaccinated against chicken pox and plenty of parents seek out children with the pox so their kids get it.

You can also get it twice. I like many others didn't know that till my youngest got it for the second time

citoyen

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3569 on: March 22, 2019, 06:36:55 am »
Im gonna have to point out most people here aren't vaccinated against chicken pox and plenty of parents seek out children with the pox so their kids get it.

There used to be chicken pox parties when my boy was little - do people still have those? He had the MMR jab but I don’t recall there being a chicken pox vaccine.

He managed to catch it anyway when he was 3.

Regulator

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3570 on: March 22, 2019, 07:18:50 am »
Im gonna have to point out most people here aren't vaccinated against chicken pox and plenty of parents seek out children with the pox so their kids get it.

You can also get it twice. I like many others didn't know that till my youngest got it for the second time

You are correct.  Chicken pox is not one of the routine vaccinations in the UK, as it is considered a minor illness in children.
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ian

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3571 on: March 22, 2019, 09:38:13 am »
Some places (the US, for instance) vaccinate against chicken pox. Chicken pox during childhood is mostly a mild illness, hence the parties. Less so when you're older (or pregnant), when there's a higher risk of complications (I got it during university, I mostly remember it being annoying, it's not a phase of your life where you want to be sitting around in your grungy student digs nursing your scabs). And then there are shingles. Also scars etc. tend to be worse if you get when you're adult. I'm not sure where the evidence stands on the overall benefits of inoculation, as always there's a balance of risks.

(Once you are infected with the virus you stay infected forever, you don't catch it again, you just become symptomatic.)
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hellymedic

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3572 on: March 22, 2019, 02:14:29 pm »
Chicken pox is seldom a problem in healthy kids aged 1-15.
Leukaemia and its treatment are another matter.
It can be lethal in pregnancy and chickenpox pneumonia is serious.

The virus stays dormant in the body after primary infection and kicks folks when they are down with shingles.
Shingles can be painful and threatens the sight if it affects the eye.

Shingles vaccine is offered to people in their 70s - no more, no less.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #3573 on: March 22, 2019, 10:10:51 pm »
There is no chicken in chicken pox.