Discussion:
Anybody Here Speak English?
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Jon°
2005-10-31 14:21:07 UTC
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This morning my newsagent told me that his daughter works as a teacher in an
inner city suburb. Out of a class of thirty odd.....Twelve, yes 12, did not
speak English. She said that it was impossible to teach the other kids in a
proper fashion. The new none English speakers were holding the others up.

Blair and the rest of the Nu Labour cabinet will not allow this to happen to
their kids. Blair has "bussed" his boys halfway across London to the
Oratory, to make sure they received a decent education. We never did find
out how he managed to achieve this discriminatory piece of
stealth-education. We all know though.

So note you Nu Labour voters, your party gives not a toss for the education
and start in life that your offspring receive, all they care about is
looking after their own brats. So they fiddle their kids into decent schools
and then allow Britain to become "swamped" with new immigrants...Why?
because they a re a bunch of selfish traitorous scum who have no intention
of serving the white British workers who vote for them.
Colin Reed
2005-10-31 15:24:28 UTC
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Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"

Colin
Mark, Devon
2005-10-31 15:21:43 UTC
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Most immigrants coming into the UK can speak and write English better
than most of the right-wingers here.

:-)
Diversity Isn't A Codeword
2005-10-31 15:35:51 UTC
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"Mark, Devon" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message news:***@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
1) > Most immigrants coming into the UK can speak and write English better
Post by Mark, Devon
than most of the right-wingers here.
:-)
2) Multi-culti works and there are numerous benefits to it (even though I
cannot name a single one).

anybody care to add number 3 to the list of loony lefty fantasy statements?
M***@aol.com
2005-10-31 17:02:18 UTC
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anybody care to add number 3 to the list of loony lefty fantasy
statements?>

Aside from a very few ignorant people the British welcome immigration.
George Saden
2005-10-31 21:25:04 UTC
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Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
anybody care to add number 3 to the list of loony lefty fantasy
statements?>
Aside from a very few ignorant people the British welcome immigration.
So long as the nearest immigrant is at least 20 miles away from their house.
Jon°
2005-10-31 15:43:16 UTC
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Well Mark, I hope they can write it better then you do.

Mind! for you to state what you have stated about the R. W.'s who post here
is a ridiculous remark to make. Are you stating that the flotsam and
jettison that is arriving on our shores and landing at our airports speaks
better English then many of the folks that write to this Ng. They are
arriving from Pakistan, Nigeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Algeria and many
other places on this planet......Do you seriously think that they speak our
language better then we do................Jesus you are a clown, sadly
though, you are not even an eccentric and amusing clown anymore....."What's
up Doc"! lost your carrot.

God you do speak bollox Mark, you have no idea how the right-wingers who
post here speak, you will never have heard them. Why are you so convoluted
and irrational.......Does it have something to do with this place that you
want to get out of? You have not told us what this place is yet, have you?

Is it an asylum, a prison or a place of rest for the mentally unstable?
"Mark, Devon" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message
Colin Reed
2005-10-31 15:54:46 UTC
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Post by Jon°
Well Mark, I hope they can write it better then you do.
Mind! for you to state what you have stated about the R. W.'s who post here
is a ridiculous remark to make. Are you stating that the flotsam and
jettison
I don't know if that was deliberate or just a particularly good Freudian
slip but it is quite amusing!

Colin
Jon°
2005-10-31 16:01:13 UTC
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You really love yourself don't yer. I bet you are (or were) the most
unpopular member of the tenth rate (ex-polly) new university that you will
be attending (or have attended)

There is only one thing less likeable then a smart-arse and that is a
smart-arse who ain't smart.......Sunshine......'Cos pedantry is often the
hobby of those with an inferiority-complex which has been activated by their
innate sense of inferiority
"Colin Reed" <colin-***@no-spam.lineone.net> wrote in message
Mark, Devon
2005-10-31 15:53:24 UTC
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Oh IPJon, don't be such a dip-stick! What makes you think that Jesus is
a clown? How do you know? And what makes you think He reads this NG let
alone this thread? Do you have some sort of special link?

:-)
Jon°
2005-10-31 16:04:09 UTC
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Mark you have lost what marbles you had. You often go off-beat in the late
afternoon but never this off-beat. I am beginning to think that this place
you are dying to get out of is a drying out place for dope addicts.....Am I
correct?
"Mark, Devon" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message
Mark, Devon
2005-10-31 17:03:34 UTC
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Oh, let me out of here!
Jon°
2005-11-01 11:57:47 UTC
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Only you is stopping you from becoming normal.
"Mark, Devon" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message
Mark, Devon
2005-10-31 17:07:48 UTC
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I really don't know what you are on about...when I was younger I used
to have problems getting a girlfriend, that's all. I don't know why.
news
2005-10-31 20:53:55 UTC
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Post by Jon°
Well Mark, I hope they can write it better then you do.
LOL - I have added some comments to show your standard of writing.

Some other quotes from journalists:

"Imported from aboard" - imported from not aboard?
"The stories is told here" - stories are
"The Council are " - The Council is
plus a hundred more
Post by Jon°
Mind! for you to state what you have stated about the R. W.'s who post here
is a ridiculous remark to make. Are you stating that the flotsam and
jettison that is arriving on our shores and landing at our airports speaks
better English then many of the folks that write to this Ng.
--NO QUESTION MARK - error, NG not Ng.

They are
Post by Jon°
arriving from Pakistan, Nigeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Algeria and many
other places on this planet
COMMA MISSING before AND - error

......Do you seriously think that they speak our
Post by Jon°
language better then we do................Jesus you are a clown, sadly
though, you are not even an eccentric and amusing clown
anymore....."What's
Post by Jon°
up Doc"! lost your carrot.
Exclamation mark outside Quote - error
Post by Jon°
God you do speak bollox Mark, you have no idea how the right-wingers who
post here speak, you will never have heard them. Why are you so convoluted
and irrational.
QM MISSING

......Does it have something to do with this place that you
Post by Jon°
want to get out of? You have not told us what this place is yet, have you?
Is it an asylum, a prison or a place of rest for the mentally unstable?
Rifleman
2005-11-01 18:08:33 UTC
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Post by Mark, Devon
Most immigrants coming into the UK can speak and write English better
than most of the right-wingers here.
Most of em appear to forget it when being arrsted for shoplifting :o)
Diversity Isn't A Codeword
2005-10-31 15:25:53 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"
Colin
not necessarily.
Colin Reed
2005-10-31 15:46:21 UTC
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Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Post by Colin Reed
Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"
Colin
not necessarily.
Your reply does not contain a verb.

Colin
Jon°
2005-10-31 15:51:04 UTC
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Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class. "Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms. If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English is
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently arrived
"raggy-heads".
"Colin Reed" <colin-***@no-spam.lineone.net> wrote in message
Ariadne
2005-10-31 15:57:15 UTC
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Post by Jon°
Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class. "Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms. If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English is
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently arrived
"raggy-heads".
That was a longeur of a paragraph but the
full question is "Anyone here been raped
and speak English?" and it did not arise in
this country but in some war-torn faraway one.
joeh
2005-10-31 16:03:48 UTC
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Post by Ariadne
That was a longeur of a paragraph but the
full question is "Anyone here been raped
and speak English?" and it did not arise in
this country but in some war-torn faraway one.
And it was the poorly-chosen title of a reasonably recent book.
Jon°
2005-10-31 16:07:58 UTC
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Joe, when the allied troops were liberating the Nazi camps in Europe....The
first question they yelled out was "Anybody here speak English".
"joeh" <***@jisc.ac.uk> wrote in message
Colin Reed
2005-10-31 16:45:23 UTC
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Post by Jon°
Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class.
That's an interesting attempt. I doubt that the Reverend Spooner would have
sunk to your gutter levels though.
Post by Jon°
"Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms.
If it has passed into history then, by your own definition, it is no longer
in common use.
Post by Jon°
If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English is
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently arrived
"raggy-heads".
You will, no doubt, not be hugely surprised that neither your infantile
insults nor your personal opinions matter to me in the slightest. However,
were English only my twenty-second language let alone second, I daresay it
may still have a certain "je ne sais quoi" that is lacking in your own
attempts. "Je ne sais quoi" is French by the way.

Colin
Diversity Isn't A Codeword
2005-10-31 17:47:52 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Jon°
Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class.
That's an interesting attempt. I doubt that the Reverend Spooner would have
sunk to your gutter levels though.
Post by Jon°
"Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms.
If it has passed into history then, by your own definition, it is no longer
in common use.
Post by Jon°
If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English
is
Post by Jon°
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently arrived
"raggy-heads".
You will, no doubt, not be hugely surprised that neither your infantile
insults nor your personal opinions matter to me in the slightest.
However,
Post by Colin Reed
were English only my twenty-second language let alone second, I daresay it
may still have a certain "je ne sais quoi" that is lacking in your own
attempts. "Je ne sais quoi" is French by the way.
You really must try harder, the above paragraph is really crap English. The
sentence starting with "However" (hilarious), is particularly poor, even for
a maroon like you.
Colin Reed
2005-11-01 20:48:21 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Jon°
Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class.
That's an interesting attempt. I doubt that the Reverend Spooner would
have
Post by Colin Reed
sunk to your gutter levels though.
Post by Jon°
"Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms.
If it has passed into history then, by your own definition, it is no
longer
Post by Colin Reed
in common use.
Post by Jon°
If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English
is
Post by Jon°
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently
arrived
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Jon°
"raggy-heads".
You will, no doubt, not be hugely surprised that neither your infantile
insults nor your personal opinions matter to me in the slightest.
However,
Post by Colin Reed
were English only my twenty-second language let alone second, I daresay it
may still have a certain "je ne sais quoi" that is lacking in your own
attempts. "Je ne sais quoi" is French by the way.
You really must try harder, the above paragraph is really crap English. The
sentence starting with "However" (hilarious), is particularly poor, even for
a maroon like you.
The first sentence of your reply contains two quite seaparate clauses and,
therefore, would be much better stated as two separate sentences. If you
wish we can bandy back and forth with differences of opinion of what
constitutes "grammatically correct" English. Starting a sentence with
"However" is a quite commonly accepted qualifier - starting one with "But"
would not be generally acceptable. However (NB) what started out as a
fairly light hearted comment that a thread started for the whole purpose of
denigrating the level of English of immigrants had a heading that could be
strictly seen as incorrect has been taken rather poorly by an overly
sensitive OP. The fact that he decided to rapidly descend to personal
insults tends to lead one to conclude that the idea that it is the left-wing
"touchy feely" types that are over-sensitive is quite inaccurate. Wouldn't
you agree?

Colin
Colin Reed
2005-11-01 22:03:35 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Jon°
Reed you are a "cucking-funt" first class.
That's an interesting attempt. I doubt that the Reverend Spooner would
have
Post by Colin Reed
sunk to your gutter levels though.
Post by Jon°
"Anybody here speak English" is a
saying which has passed into the history of our colloquialisms.
If it has passed into history then, by your own definition, it is no
longer
Post by Colin Reed
in common use.
Post by Jon°
If you do
not know that then you show that you are an ill-read prat who knows more
about "Clever-Dickory" then he does about the history of his own
language..........Mind I suppose there is always the chance that English
is
Post by Jon°
your second language and that you are taking lessons for recently
arrived
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Jon°
"raggy-heads".
You will, no doubt, not be hugely surprised that neither your infantile
insults nor your personal opinions matter to me in the slightest.
However,
Post by Colin Reed
were English only my twenty-second language let alone second, I daresay it
may still have a certain "je ne sais quoi" that is lacking in your own
attempts. "Je ne sais quoi" is French by the way.
You really must try harder, the above paragraph is really crap English. The
sentence starting with "However" (hilarious), is particularly poor, even for
a maroon like you.
The first sentence of your reply contains two quite seaparate clauses and,
therefore, would be much better stated as two separate sentences. If you
wish we can bandy back and forth with differences of opinion of what
constitutes "grammatically correct" English. Starting a sentence with
"However" is a quite commonly accepted qualifier - starting one with "But"
would not be generally acceptable. However (NB) what started out as a
fairly light hearted comment that a thread started for the whole purpose
of denigrating the level of English of immigrants had a heading that could
be strictly seen as incorrect has been taken rather poorly by an overly
sensitive OP. The fact that he decided to rapidly descend to personal
insults tends to lead one to conclude that the idea that it is the
left-wing "touchy feely" types that are over-sensitive is quite
inaccurate. Wouldn't you agree?
Colin
I should also point out that the first sentence of my reply contains a quite
obvious typo! We try hard, but nobody's perfect!

Colin
Jon°
2005-11-02 09:47:34 UTC
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"seaparate"
..................................................

One of the rules of Usenet is that pedantic twats, such as you, normally
make spelling mistakes in their childish criticisms..............Your
spelling mistakes though are also written in a text that is so syntactically
brutal that one winces over every sentence.

You go a step further then the normal illiterate-pedants though, not only
do you make spelling errors, you return in haste and claim it was a
"typo"..........BWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!Lying
bastard, as I said previously you are a "cucking-funt" first class but now
we shall have to award you a second medal...........Usenet
"Dick-Head-Pedant" of the year.
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Mark, Devon
2005-11-02 10:27:21 UTC
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Do you use Brute? Do you splash it all over?
Jon°
2005-11-02 11:23:08 UTC
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I never knew you were that way inclined Mark. A "brute can turn you on, can
he? "Masochistically" speaking of course!
"Mark, Devon" <***@btinternet.com> wrote in message
Mark, Devon
2005-11-02 11:45:53 UTC
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You should have asked, but no. I was just wondering if it was useful
for one day when I can search for a girl-friend.
Farmer Giles
2005-10-31 17:23:27 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Post by Colin Reed
Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"
Colin
not necessarily.
Your reply does not contain a verb.
Colin
Who told you that it needs to?
Colin Reed
2005-10-31 17:35:43 UTC
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Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Post by Colin Reed
Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"
Colin
not necessarily.
Your reply does not contain a verb.
Colin
Who told you that it needs to?
There used to be a widely held belief that those to the left of centre in
their political views had no sense of humour. I see that as Labour have
swung towards the right they have projected that lack of humour in front of
them!

Colin
Farmer Giles
2005-10-31 18:58:51 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
in
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Post by Colin Reed
Your subject heading should read "Does anybody here speak English?"
Colin
not necessarily.
Your reply does not contain a verb.
Colin
Who told you that it needs to?
There used to be a widely held belief that those to the left of centre in
their political views had no sense of humour. I see that as Labour have
swung towards the right they have projected that lack of humour in front of
them!
Colin
Wriggle, wriggle.
Jon°
2005-11-01 12:01:08 UTC
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Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has moved into
territories that are out of his depth.
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Farmer Giles
2005-11-01 17:04:09 UTC
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Post by Jon°
Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has moved into
territories that are out of his depth.
I would guess, judging by his name and his air-headed arrogance, that he is
another carpet-bagger of a scotchman.
Colin Reed
2005-11-01 22:35:31 UTC
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Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Jon°
Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has moved
into
Post by Jon°
territories that are out of his depth.
I would guess, judging by his name and his air-headed arrogance, that he is
another carpet-bagger of a scotchman.
A person who makes whisky? Scotch eggs? Surely you don't mean a Scotsman?

Colin
Farmer Giles
2005-11-01 22:57:52 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Jon°
Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has moved
into
Post by Jon°
territories that are out of his depth.
I would guess, judging by his name and his air-headed arrogance, that he is
another carpet-bagger of a scotchman.
A person who makes whisky? Scotch eggs? Surely you don't mean a Scotsman?
Colin
I meant what I said, a 'scotchman' - someone from scotchland. You know, that
place where scotch eggs, scotch whisky, scotch broth - *and* scotch people
come from.
Jon°
2005-11-02 11:18:37 UTC
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Christ! If He comes from Scotland we should take their export licence away.
Let them keep their own shite.
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Colin Reed
2005-11-02 15:54:38 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Jon°
Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has moved
into
Post by Jon°
territories that are out of his depth.
I would guess, judging by his name and his air-headed arrogance, that
he
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
is
another carpet-bagger of a scotchman.
A person who makes whisky? Scotch eggs? Surely you don't mean a
Scotsman?
Post by Colin Reed
Colin
I meant what I said, a 'scotchman' - someone from scotchland. You know, that
place where scotch eggs, scotch whisky, scotch broth - *and* scotch people
come from.
Scotch eggs come from England. Scotch whisky, scotch broth and Scots come
from Scotland.

Colin
Farmer Giles
2005-11-02 16:31:35 UTC
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Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
Post by Jon°
Farmer, I think he is a half educated curry-house waiter who has
moved
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
into
Post by Jon°
territories that are out of his depth.
I would guess, judging by his name and his air-headed arrogance, that
he
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Colin Reed
Post by Farmer Giles
is
another carpet-bagger of a scotchman.
A person who makes whisky? Scotch eggs? Surely you don't mean a
Scotsman?
Post by Colin Reed
Colin
I meant what I said, a 'scotchman' - someone from scotchland. You know,
that
Post by Colin Reed
place where scotch eggs, scotch whisky, scotch broth - *and* scotch people
come from.
Scots come
Post by Colin Reed
from Scotland.
Colin
Don't they just.

'I tell you sir, the loftiest prospect that faces a Scotsman is the High
Road that leads to England!'

Dr Samuel Johnson - 1709-84.

Jon°
2005-11-02 09:56:18 UTC
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You litter this thread with spelling errors that you claim (after) are
"typo's"( chuckle, chuckle, chuckle) You weary Usenet with your illiterate
and syntactical horrors; yet you have the audacity to criticise posters who
have more understanding of the English language then you will gain if you
live for ever (revolting thought)

Why don't you pack your bags you stupid asshole and disappear.
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Ian
2005-10-31 21:03:17 UTC
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"none English speakers?"

"Nu?"
Jon°
2005-11-01 12:03:32 UTC
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Nu Labour, Nu Labour, Nu Labour is a bundle of criminals who only survive in
office, because Blair manages too. Once Blair has gone, so will his
criminal fraternity disappear as well.
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