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Customers complain after booking xmas dinner at the Original Masons - rated zero for food hygiene on December 4th last year. What the fuck did they expect?

 

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/christmas-day-dinner-debacle-original-10673553#ICID=FB-Chron-main

Not everyone likes Goat Stew...

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Falls into 'outrageous'.

NZ tobacco prices as of yesterday.960053_10153699141721049_357818400461803

That's £38 for 50g.

I'd start burglarising cunts at those prices.

 

Well baccy sales will plummet and the smugglers will make a fucking fortune bringing it into the country.

Utter stupidity.

Is there any law against growing your own tobacco tree in a conservatory? And then prepping your own fags?

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Is there any law against growing your own tobacco tree in a conservatory? And then prepping your own fags?

I remember reading some time ago it's not illegal to grow tobacco plants in the U.K., however, HMRC require duty be paid on it even if it's for personal use only.

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Cant help but be amazed at how passive these people are. We are at the point where air is in demand ? Human populations are living under a cloud of toxic smog and the solution is to go out and purchase a creepily marketed 'solution' where the objective is £££. It disgusting. I find it furstrating how millions of people in a society can not organise themselves to object and correct situations that are so obviously wrong. I am no 'die hard' environmental hippy but who can view these images and accept them?? We need to start getting clever as a species , we need to develop some large scale ways of scrubbing the air in these high pollution areas because I can't see industry slowing down any time fast. The place looks dystopian.

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Who can?

 

I can.

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Hmmm, I hear the sound of plagiarism alert sirens. :huh:

 

Cant help but be amazed at how passive these people are. We are at the point where air is in demand ? Human populations are living under a cloud of toxic smog and the solution is to go out and purchase a creepily marketed 'solution' where the objective is £££. It disgusting. I find it furstrating how millions of people in a society can not organise themselves to object and correct situations that are so obviously wrong. I am no 'die hard' environmental hippy but who can view these images and accept them?? We need to start getting clever as a species , we need to develop some large scale ways of scrubbing the air in these high pollution areas because I can't see industry slowing down any time fast. The place looks dystopian.

Benji89, liverpool, United Kingdom, 2 weeks ago

Cant help but be amazed at how passive these people are. We are at the point where air is in demand ? Human populations are living under a cloud of toxic smog and the solution is to go out and purchase a creepily marketed 'solution' where the objective is £££. It disgusting. I find it furstrating how millions of people in a society can not organise themselves to object and correct situations that are so obviously wrong. I am no 'die hard' environmental hippy but who can view these images and accept them?? We need to start getting clever as a species , we need to develop some large scale ways of scrubbing the air in these high pollution areas because I can't see industry slowing down any time fast. The place looks dystopian.

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:lol: caught.

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Ffs, it gets better.

 

Daily Mail :lol:

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Hmmm, I hear the sound of plagiarism alert sirens. :huh:

 

Cant help but be amazed at how passive these people are. We are at the point where air is in demand ? Human populations are living under a cloud of toxic smog and the solution is to go out and purchase a creepily marketed 'solution' where the objective is £££. It disgusting. I find it furstrating how millions of people in a society can not organise themselves to object and correct situations that are so obviously wrong. I am no 'die hard' environmental hippy but who can view these images and accept them?? We need to start getting clever as a species , we need to develop some large scale ways of scrubbing the air in these high pollution areas because I can't see industry slowing down any time fast. The place looks dystopian.

Benji89, liverpool, United Kingdom, 2 weeks ago

Cant help but be amazed at how passive these people are. We are at the point where air is in demand ? Human populations are living under a cloud of toxic smog and the solution is to go out and purchase a creepily marketed 'solution' where the objective is £££. It disgusting. I find it furstrating how millions of people in a society can not organise themselves to object and correct situations that are so obviously wrong. I am no 'die hard' environmental hippy but who can view these images and accept them?? We need to start getting clever as a species , we need to develop some large scale ways of scrubbing the air in these high pollution areas because I can't see industry slowing down any time fast. The place looks dystopian.

 

 

Correct spelling and punctuation from Morbidkid is bound to arouse suspicion. :referee:

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GARDINER, Maine (AP) — Maine State Police are investigating the death of a motorist in a crash that apparently went unnoticed for as many as five days. Troopers say a passer-by noticed the crashed Honda Civic on Saturday on Interstate 295 in Gardiner.

Investigators believe the crash happened Dec. 28. That's the day 27-year-old Gardiner resident Ian Carter was last seen going to work. No one reported him missing

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http://m.wdtimes.com/news/national/article_f589c515-b02d-5bbc-8a2f-52778187c6bc.html?mode=jqm

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There really is a thread for everything.

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