Everything is relative. She ****ed up on that occasion,
It is relative. As one of the people likely to be on the receiving end of her idea of a “social justice agenda” I took it to mean just what she was implying.
Just found…[Read more]
Lisa Nandy said was
“We should look outwards to other countries and other parts of the world where they have had to deal with divisive nationalism and seek to discover the lessons where, in these brief moments in places like Catalonia and Quebec, we have managed to go and beat narrow divisive nationalism with a social justice agenda.”
Lisa Nandy definitely seems to be the only one who even remotely ‘gets it’
Which ‘it’ is she getting?
Is is the bit where she would like to adopt the Spanish technique of using the police to beat voters at the polling booth?
That’s the attitude of someone who sees themselves as one of the masters, not as a representative.
I’m on blood thinners and also suffer from cold feet if I don’t dress properly. Let’s assume you’re otherwise dressed suitably:
First problem: There’s a ruddy great heatsink you place your feet on. I use old-fashioned track pedals instead of flats for this reason (and also because they don’t clog up with mud/slush). This works best with a shoe or…[Read more]
If you want to know all the indignities that age is about to drop on you, there’s a forum for the 50+ age group on mtbr.
This one is the testosterone one https://forums.mtbr.com/fifty-years-old/testosterone-replacement-therapy-trt-1053366.html
…Anyway, instead of shooting down my attempt at a positive, come up with your own… let’s all look for positives on the run up to Friday
To be fair, it’s pretty hard.
It need not have been, but the UK govt has acted like a teenager having a tantrum who runs away from home yelling abuse at the household, slams the door, chucks away the…[Read more]
Anyway, can we make this a positive thread for the rest of the week?
Possible upsides to Brexit only.
Greatly increased prosperity for the select few.
Cheap £ so people from 3rd world countries can afford to come here on holiday and wonder why we did this to ourselves.
Re-unification of Ireland, independence for…[Read more]
Only a paranoid would think that a government or civilised nation…
That’s true. Trouble is we seem to have such a govt judging by its lack of concern regarding the numbers of people dying under the current regime of welfare.
…if i buy a steel frame will it just fill up with rust? anyone have any experience?…
Hang on, I’ll just nip out and check if my 1932 Sunbeam, my 1935 Armstrong, my 1948 Rudge have dissolved in rusty puddles.
My 1950s bikes being more recent should be ok.
In short, no problem unless it’s a crap BSO made from mild steel. 🙂
Yeah but think what would happen here with that rate given the vast surplus of hospital beds that we don’t have
Might help achieve the government’s eugenics dream of eliminating the sick and the weak?
epicyclo replied to the topic Woman dies in Australia Day lamington-eating contest in the forum Chat Forum 1 day ago
It’s hard to imagine how repeatedly stuffing her face with cake was not in some way at least partially responsible for the seizure.
Stuffing your face with Lamingtons is a perfectly normal thing to do. Was doing just that last night for Australia Day, and cleaned up the left over spare box tonight.
As for dying from it, that w…[Read more]
epicyclo replied to the topic Singletrack Awards – do we need a new "Perchy's One Liner of the Year" category? in the forum Chat Forum 1 day ago
What is a lamington anyway?
Generally precedes the Pavlova.
If you are disappointed you didn’t make the cut with Lance, don’t worry. There is an alternative.
For only $29,000 you can come riding with me and a mate as we ride the length of Scotland.
Book quickly because numbers are limited to 100.
epicyclo replied to the topic Woman dies in Australia Day lamington-eating contest in the forum Chat Forum 2 days ago
He didn’t die, so you can laugh at this Aussie…
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