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1 hour ago, YoungWillz said:

BBC Scotland's announcer just introduced today's Doctors by saying "I wonder if Keith Harris and Orville ever have this problem."

 

Harris has had no problems since 2015....

 

Exactly the same on BBC East Midlands.  

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A must watch documentary. Love or hate tommy he exposed and turned the tables on the BBC in an incredible way and proves they're in fact fake news and do create and edit content to suit the estabishments agenda. They wanted to invent a #metoo against tommy from his former employer and make out he sexually abused her. Insane really!

 

 

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12 minutes ago, the_engineer said:

A must watch documentary. Love or hate tommy he exposed and turned the tables on the BBC in an incredible way and proves they're in fact fake news and do create and edit content to suit the estabishments agenda. They wanted to invent a #metoo against tommy from his former employer and make out he sexually abused her. Insane really!

 

 

In all fairness the man is a cunt.

While i am happy to accept that the beeb are full of shit and are following their own agenda having old Thommo calling them out is a bit like Glitter pointing the finger at Rolf Harris.

The reality is that we are all being fucked over. We just don't need a racist twat to state the obvious.

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Stephen Yaxley-Lennon. Why did you have to change your name? Thought double-barrelled wasn't quite down with your message?

Jailed for mortgage fraud yet still lives in a house worth near a million which I doubt many of us do and not at his age.

Wanker through and through who knows how to stir up a populist argument to serve his own ends.

 

2 minutes ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

In all fairness the man is a cunt.

This.

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I'm beginning to think Question Time may no longer be a safe space to discuss the issues of the day.

 

If it confirmed anything, it would be a brave person that calls, never minds stands, in a General Election.

 

Rhys-Davies looked like he was about to strike Caroline Lucas!

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More ignorant Americanism from the BBC with its constantly declining standards.

 

William Hill plans 700 store closures putting 4,500 jobs at risk

 

Anyone ever heard of a betting store?  Thought not.

(I know "shop" isn't logical either, but we've called them betting shops ever since they were invented.)

 

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2 hours ago, Toast said:

More ignorant Americanism from the BBC with its constantly declining standards.

 

William Hill plans 700 store closures putting 4,500 jobs at risk

 

Anyone ever heard of a betting store?  Thought not.

(I know "shop" isn't logical either, but we've called them betting shops ever since they were invented.)

 

You are just an old fashioned kinda gal, aren't you Toastie!:D

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50 minutes ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

You are just an old fashioned kinda gal, aren't you Toastie!:D

 

I'm considering reaching out to whoever wrote that piece ....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and strangling them.  B)

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On 04/07/2019 at 15:45, Toast said:

More ignorant Americanism from the BBC with its constantly declining standards.

 

William Hill plans 700 store closures putting 4,500 jobs at risk

 

Anyone ever heard of a betting store?  Thought not.

(I know "shop" isn't logical either, but we've called them betting shops ever since they were invented.)

  

 

Betting shop? Been bookies since I can remember. Don't think I've ever head anyone say they're going to a betting shop.

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18 minutes ago, Deathray said:

 

Betting shop? Been bookies since I can remember. Don't think I've ever head anyone say they're going to a betting shop.

Depends on your age. They were always called betting shops in my day.

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1 hour ago, YoungWillz said:

I shuddered when I read the headline about a robbery in Greenock referring to the locus as a "convenience store": https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-49310803

 

Was at our "corner shop"* earlier. Not very convenient on a Sunday, they were out of bread! :D

 

*Needn't be on an actual street corner to be yer corner shop.

 

PS It's always been bookies to me so no chance with anyone too young to mind John Major as PM...**

** Was about to type Maggie then twigged the young uns on here are mid-90s kids so no, they wont recall that either! Beginning to know how LFN must feel when no one else remembers Lord Liverpool... :P

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13 minutes ago, msc said:

 

Was at our "corner shop"* earlier. Not very convenient on a Sunday, they were out of bread! :D

 

*Needn't be on an actual street corner to be yer corner shop.

 

PS It's always been bookies to me so no chance with anyone too young to mind John Major as PM...**

** Was about to type Maggie then twigged the young uns on here are mid-90s kids so no, they wont recall that either! Beginning to know how LFN must feel when no one else remembers Lord Liverpool... :P

 

 

Yup can remember tail end of Blair but not Major (although he counts towards my how many pms in your life). Think there's a couple on here too young to remember Blair. 

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1 hour ago, Deathray said:

 

 

Yup can remember tail end of Blair but not Major (although he counts towards my how many pms in your life). Think there's a couple on here too young to remember Blair. 

 

One of our regulars wasn't alive for the September 11 attacks, so quite possible.

 

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2 hours ago, Deathray said:

 

Betting shop? Been bookies since I can remember. Don't think I've ever head anyone say they're going to a betting shop.

 

1 hour ago, msc said:

 

 It's always been bookies to me so no chance with anyone too young to mind John Major as PM.

 

It might be a regional thing. 

Although years ago I worked for Ladbrokes and the branches were always referred to as shops.

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