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  2. P J

    PC ban -

    What a nice person you are, bet your family are so proud. Does being so vile make you feel less small?
  3. Well, there's no way Iiebour will be giving up on those sack fulls of PVs from the Mussies; so I guess the perv vote will go to the Libs ! πŸ˜†
  4. P J

    PC ban -

    Oooh that’s a leap and s huge conflation but there you go. My life isn’t about votes so your question is a stupid one. It’s bigots like you misrepresenting what schools are doing who are the problem. I have no issue with either Muslims nor LGBT Observer, can you claim the same. Hope not hate.
  5. Not just adverts - seems you libs have hit a fork in the road - who will you choose - the Muslims who are offended by PC indoctrination in Primary Schools or the LGBT brigade who want to inflict it - wonder who has the most votes ? ! πŸ˜‰
  6. P J

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    Ah diddums, clearly one of those easily offended snowflake types. You are offended by an ad agency not producing something that had absolutely no effect on you or your life? What a small person you must be. If adverts are an issue for you just watch the BBC in future
  7. I find it offensive - OK ! πŸ˜†
  8. P J

    PC ban -

    How does this ruling affect you in any way?
  9. So, because majority public attitudes don't conform to the "progressive" dictates; things have to be banned - not enlightened at all.
  10. P J

    PC ban -

    It’s Neanderthal attitudes like this which has led to the rules having to be put in place. Bravo for proving the point enlightened one lol
  11. All lightweights - mind you Parliament's now full of them.
  12. Perhaps they could stick to the Freddy Mercury clip - I suppose trannies are gender neutral - neither one thing or the other. πŸ˜‰
  13. P J

    PC ban -

    Sorry, I must be losing my touch or, God forbid, mellowing πŸ˜„
  14. Cheap television? More interesting watching the village idiot competition, although the level of debate is generally much more sensible in that. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈπŸ€ͺ
  15. I am deeply offended by the fact that i have not found anything to offend me today.πŸ€”πŸ€­
  16. P J

    PC ban -

    So this type of advert being stopped will affect your life in what way? You seem to be offended by the ruling, perhaps you should follow your own advice πŸ˜„πŸ˜‰
  17. Dizzy

    PC ban -

    It's completely bonkers. If I see say an advert of a woman unable to park it doesn't upset me in the slightest just as seeing a woman hoovering when the man just sits there. 'Hurtful gender stereotyping' my a*se. People who dream these new rulings up or are easily offended need to get a grip on life and stop being so blummin pathetic.
  18. P J

    New PM?

    The only way we will be out by 31st October is crashing out without a deal or accepting the deal the EU offered us, it’s like choosing between drowning or burning .
  19. P J

    PC ban -

    The sign of a true dunce is someone who is unable or unwilling to learn from their mistakes, even when they are pointed out. Keep wearing the pointy hat, it suits you.
  20. Great Britain consists of a load of Atlantic islands and we don't always have an abundance of wing, wave and solar power potential. Certainly nowhere near enough for base load.
  21. Davy51

    New PM?

    What puzzles me is the need for televised debates when the only people with the final votes are Conservative party members & not Joe Public.
  22. I would think islands in the Atlantic would be in prime position for all three ,especially wave & wind power.
  23. As long as he gets us out by the 31st Oct - but that could be a lie πŸ˜‰ btw, we don't have a vote in this.
  24. just to pick up on a couple of points. Obs, the red cross lane closure signs have been ignored by impatient drivers long before anyone dreamed of smart motorways and fines for ignoring them given the potential for serious injury, imo was long overdue. Secondly on the idea of the power companies buying batteries as a means of storing electricity? Well as far as I know, they do do it, but only on a very small scale because the cost is prohibitive and in any case it'd need to be paid for by a massif increase in everyone's bills. But if they did do this and everyone does end up with electric cars, then you'd have twice as many batteries as needed, so they'd have wasted peoples money buying them in the fist place. Did that make sense? Bill
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