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Steph

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1650 on: December 22, 2015, 12:44:51 am »
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/35126635

I was wondering if we can have a collective noun for a group of supertwats, and I propose the "Hunt".  Not reloated to this case, which refers to a complete Hunt of twats.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1651 on: December 23, 2015, 01:22:31 am »
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/35126635

I was wondering if we can have a collective noun for a group of supertwats, and I propose the "Hunt".  Not related to this case, which refers to a complete Hunt of twats.

I propose "A Sasson" of Super Twatten, named after the legendary "Olfactory Assault", from five miles out of Mumbai on a good (?) day and  the right (?) direction of approach. I was in hospital for a week or so. back when Bombay was the place to be drunk on Righteous Injun' Wh,AAAA.iskey!

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1652 on: December 29, 2015, 11:47:58 pm »
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1653 on: December 30, 2015, 01:13:12 am »
But he's absolutely right that

“Riots, criminality and social disintegration are caused solely by individual characters and attitudes [...] So long as bad moral attitudes remain, all efforts to improve the inner cities will founder.”

He just neglected to mention that the bad moral attitudes mostly belonged to officers of the Metropolitan Police :demon:
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1654 on: December 30, 2015, 10:02:42 am »
VELOMANCER

Well that's the more blunt way of putting it but as usual he's dead right.

Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1655 on: December 30, 2015, 04:10:12 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1656 on: December 30, 2015, 07:00:13 pm »
Is good to see leadership in action, strewth.....
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1657 on: December 30, 2015, 07:11:10 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

Crisis?  What crisis?
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1658 on: December 31, 2015, 04:36:41 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

What actually was he going to do? Hold back the rain? Suck all the water up through a giant straw and piss it over the moon?

It's that Daily Mail/Taxpayer Alliance-stylee nonsense. How dare he take a holiday? At Christmas. Is there a lot of point paying a couple of thousand in air fares to bring him back right the? They have phones and teleconferences.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1659 on: December 31, 2015, 04:58:31 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

What actually was he going to do? Hold back the rain? Suck all the water up through a giant straw and piss it over the moon?

It's that Daily Mail/Taxpayer Alliance-stylee nonsense. How dare he take a holiday? At Christmas. Is there a lot of point paying a couple of thousand in air fares to bring him back right the? They have phones and teleconferences.
And if he had come back early there would have been wailing and nashing of teeth from the wail and taxpayers' alliance about the cost of the walk on fare.
So it all boils down to a public sector worker daring to have a holiday.

Whatever they pay him I'm not sure a sane person would take that job, if must be up there with child protection social work in the dammed if you do, dammed if you don't stakes.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1660 on: December 31, 2015, 05:03:55 pm »
By the way

Taxpayers' alliance

Who do they represent, not any taxpayer I know.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1661 on: December 31, 2015, 05:15:55 pm »
Dear Oliver Letwin, Simon Danczuk, George Osborne and anyone involved with the Financial Conduct Authority...

May I take this opportunity to wish a terminally painful new year to you all. You appalling specimens.

Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1662 on: December 31, 2015, 05:25:07 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

What actually was he going to do? Hold back the rain? Suck all the water up through a giant straw and piss it over the moon?

It's that Daily Mail/Taxpayer Alliance-stylee nonsense. How dare he take a holiday? At Christmas. Is there a lot of point paying a couple of thousand in air fares to bring him back right the? They have phones and teleconferences.
It's not nonsense. It's leadership (or lack of).
He's paid 100k per year for a couple of days a week of work.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1663 on: December 31, 2015, 05:28:42 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

What actually was he going to do? Hold back the rain? Suck all the water up through a giant straw and piss it over the moon?

It's that Daily Mail/Taxpayer Alliance-stylee nonsense. How dare he take a holiday? At Christmas. Is there a lot of point paying a couple of thousand in air fares to bring him back right the? They have phones and teleconferences.
It's not nonsense. It's leadership (or lack of).
He's paid 100k per year for a couple of days a week of work.

It's that entitlement thing again.   Politicians, uncivil servants*, business owners, etc., etc., etc.

Horrific, isn't it.   Paid not to do his job, to be there when expected.   

There seems to be a view that 'they' are somehow more equal than us mere plebs.

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1664 on: December 31, 2015, 05:30:00 pm »
Sir Philip Dilley, head of the Environment Agency, going on holiday to the carribean while his staff work straight through, sometimes in appalling conditions, sleeping (literally) where they could on the street.

What actually was he going to do? Hold back the rain? Suck all the water up through a giant straw and piss it over the moon?

It's that Daily Mail/Taxpayer Alliance-stylee nonsense. How dare he take a holiday? At Christmas. Is there a lot of point paying a couple of thousand in air fares to bring him back right the? They have phones and teleconferences.
It's not nonsense. It's leadership (or lack of).
He's paid 100k per year for a couple of days a week of work.

I dunno, did he in some way fail? Rivers flood, there's only so much the EA can do, and they're mostly long term engineering projects. We should look at that, of course, and whether there was more than could have done, and how that could could and should be delivered. As it stands we've probably paid a further couple of grand to fly him back to look at reports he could have done just as adequately where he was. Perhaps we should forget all this 'leadership' nonsense then we wouldn't have to doll out large salaries for people to be leaders.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1665 on: December 31, 2015, 05:38:06 pm »
Does that include "thought leadership" :demon:
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1666 on: December 31, 2015, 05:39:29 pm »
I would turn back the waters with the mighty forces of Powerpoint. Canute never dreamed of such a thing.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1667 on: December 31, 2015, 05:43:30 pm »
I would turn back the waters with the mighty forces of Powerpoint. Canute never dreamed of such a thing.
No PowerPoint is so last year, real thought leaders use infographics they are so much more powerful.

Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1668 on: December 31, 2015, 05:46:49 pm »
... Perhaps we should forget all this 'leadership' nonsense then we wouldn't have to doll out large salaries for people to be leaders.

Especially as they patently fail to lead most of the time, definitely.   :thumbsup:

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1669 on: December 31, 2015, 05:58:06 pm »
I would turn back the waters with the mighty forces of Powerpoint. Canute never dreamed of such a thing.
No PowerPoint is so last year, real thought leaders use infographics they are so much more powerful.

(Googles)

(Wonders how that differs materially from Powerpoint)

Also it appears to lack sarcastic sea otters.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1670 on: December 31, 2015, 08:28:49 pm »
I would turn back the waters with the mighty forces of Powerpoint. Canute never dreamed of such a thing.
No PowerPoint is so last year, real thought leaders use infographics they are so much more powerful.

(Googles)

(Wonders how that differs materially from Powerpoint)

Also it appears to lack sarcastic sea otters.
Fewer words, more twee graphics and less contrast

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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1671 on: December 31, 2015, 08:36:42 pm »
So, Powerpoint but shitter.
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1672 on: January 01, 2016, 10:21:05 am »
So, Powerpoint but shitter.

C 'est  possible?
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1673 on: January 01, 2016, 10:52:22 am »
So, Powerpoint but shitter.

C 'est  possible?

You know that thing about PowerPoint where people put too much text on each slide? Imagine it all stuck on one slide!
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Re: Super-Twat
« Reply #1674 on: January 01, 2016, 06:26:22 pm »
David Twatting Pigknobber Cameron and his desire to reduce poverty. 
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