You selfish bastards. You sit there, moaning about the fall in value of your house, or that you can’t quite afford a new car, and blame everyone else for your own lack of fulfillment or achievement. Ask yourselves; what have you done to try and make better, the society you live in?
Not one for sweeping generalisations are ya Rude? 😉
First off I don’t give a fiddlers furry cup for the price of my house – it is what it is and there’s Jack I can do about it
What have I done for society, I manage a firm that is dedicated to getting people to recycle more on a community level and use recyclable materials to create learning opportunities for people who are marginalised by society – profits of which go back into the local community that supports the projects.
The ails of society WILL be cured when we realise that a capitistic society can not buy the good things in life like friendship,love and feeling good
Take this sorry website and STW – we are here not because of the price of the mag or in some misconcieved idea that chipps might get to cycle somewhere nice we are all here as we share a passion for mountain biking, anarchic views and multi cultural associations – what price that?
Capatalism can not buy kharmaPosted 10 years ago
Take this sorry website and STW – we are here not because of the price of the mag or in some misconcieved idea that chipps might get to cycle somewhere nice we are all here as we share a passion for mountain biking, anarchic views and multi cultural associations –
I’m here because I’m bored and like a wee scrap once or twice a week.Posted 10 years ago
If we could talk to the animals, just imagine it
Chatting to a chimp in chimpanzee
Imagine talking to a tiger, chatting to a cheetah
What a neat achievement that would be.
If we could talk to the animals, learn their languages
Maybe take an animal degree.
We’d study elephant and eagle, buffalo and beagle,
Alligator, guinea pig, and flea.
We would converse in polar bear and python,
And we could curse in fluent kangaroo.
If people asked us, can you speak in rhinoceros,
We’d say, “Of courserous, can’t you?”
If we could talk to the animals, learn their languagesPosted 10 years ago
Think of all the things we could discuss
If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals,
Grunt and squeak and squawk with the animals,
And they could squeak and squawk and speak and talk to us.
Dr Dolittle – I see the concept of Hora resorting to ‘cut and paste’ with a little editing of his own is completely lost on you, therefore you have just joined the lesser list.
Sorry. It’s just that I try not to presume a lack of “ability” with rightwingers. I do try really hard.
Anyway, does this mean I’m going to the gas chambers?Posted 10 years agoBunnyhopMember
Hey G this dummie is a female, who unlike you, didn’t have a brilliant education or the opportunity to go to university. Being at an all girls school we only got taught crochet and cooking, all together now – arrrrr.
Yes Maggie did sell off a lot of social housing, surely the people that bought them ( many friends of mine) weren’t made to purchase their council houses?
Anyway you have to admit Dennis was a real looker!Posted 10 years ago
the council houses were sold at massive discounts
yeah, we all conveniently forget that it gave a nice foothold for lower income families as well dont we.
You know, thats what I love about Britain, we always forget the positives and have short memories of good deeds. Thats thanks in part to crooked Politicians and mistrust I guess.Posted 10 years ago
What positive from selling off council houses? Effectively a massive taxpayer subsidy to people buying their council house. Round here most have ended up in the hands of absentee landlords now. This means the councils made a loss on selling them and now have to pay housing benefit at a much higher rate than council rent payments. The councils lose and lose.
I’d like £20 000 from the taxpayer to buy mu flat pleasePosted 10 years ago
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