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  1. Thread: Daily Moan

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    :chitown: Lives in Canada, randomly interested...

    :chitown:

    Lives in Canada, randomly interested in a wide variety of topics, but his confidence in posting about them often seems to outstrip his knowledge.

    Well, that could just be a Canadian...
  2. Thread: Airline News

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    Will you be racking up another 60+ posts today,...

    Will you be racking up another 60+ posts today, wakey?

    How about introducing yourself in the...err...'newbie' zone?
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    That's where the 'everywhere' part comes in. ...

    That's where the 'everywhere' part comes in.

    'Incessant' might be a better way of putting it.
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    The best hope now looks like being that the...

    The best hope now looks like being that the Indian wiring might plunge the whole place into darkness. :sad:
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    As Sunny pointed out, Broad and Anderson bowling...

    As Sunny pointed out, Broad and Anderson bowling too short.

    Jimmy could still work some magic here. :D
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    Well, there's no substitute for local knowledge.

    Well, there's no substitute for local knowledge.
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    So was that. Maybe you mean 'turn of phrase'?...

    So was that.

    Maybe you mean 'turn of phrase'?

    But yeah, nobody says 'United K', wakey.

    I think that's what Armstrong means.
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    I wonder what percentage of Al Jazeera's staff...

    I wonder what percentage of Al Jazeera's staff employed in Qatar will be swearing off air travel.
  9. A couple of middle aged Thai Buddhist chaps...

    A couple of middle aged Thai Buddhist chaps showing movies to ghosts ...'savage'.




    Catholics and Protestants murdering each other through the centuries ...'the troubles'.
  10. Likes to wear red too.

    Likes to wear red too.
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    Christ, please don't start on massacring Thai on...

    Christ, please don't start on massacring Thai on here too.
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    From the deluded BREXITer perspective, that...

    From the deluded BREXITer perspective, that statement is true.

    They were told by the likes of that pos Gove that exiting would not affect trade with Europe, and the dumbfux swallowed it whole.
    ...
  13. Isn't this the third time...or more? Speaks...

    Isn't this the third time...or more?

    Speaks for itself.
  14. That's a unit of calculation, not a method of...

    That's a unit of calculation, not a method of calculation.



    ffs

    :rolleyes:

    When the Chiang Rai Times is making more sense than you, it might be time to stick to your native language.
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    Wasn't that Hogan's Heroes? :D

    Wasn't that Hogan's Heroes? :D
  16. Thread: Dinner

    by cyrille
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    Ummm...no.

    Ummm...no.
  17. Grouped together. Hmmm...

    Grouped together.

    Hmmm...
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    Any rhododendrons?

    Any rhododendrons?
  19. Perhaps the TD coat of arms should be OhNo...

    Perhaps the TD coat of arms should be OhNo rampant and mounted.

    Atop klondick.

    :rolleyes:

    What's 'By Christ, They Don't Half Post Some Bollocks' in Latin?
  20. Thread: An Isaan Pond

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    ^For UK passports, they seem prepared to jettison...

    ^For UK passports, they seem prepared to jettison such things if there's money in it.

    My last passport, about eight years ago, cost about $50 more than a passport has either before or since and it...
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    *sigh* Obviously a contrast with the previous...

    *sigh*

    Obviously a contrast with the previous incumbent is being implied.

    Maybe Coles notes should be supplied to you with every post. :sad:
  22. Thread: Dinner

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    The bread looks rather dry and heavy, tbh. ...

    The bread looks rather dry and heavy, tbh.

    Unlike the usual high standard of your grub, I should add.

    Good bread takes an incredible amount of time. More than I can usually be bothered with, I...
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    He really is out to lunch.

    He really is out to lunch.
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    Sticky: You were a bit whacky on masks though.

    You were a bit whacky on masks though.
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    Well, that's the question comprehensively...

    Well, that's the question comprehensively answered then. Thanks for clearing things up.

    :rolleyes:

    Meanwhile, can someone change the batteries on the RoboMod 2000?

    What a bunch of halfwits...
  26. :D That factor is overlooked far too often.

    :D

    That factor is overlooked far too often.
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    :chitown:

    :chitown:
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    No, you responded. You didn't answer his...

    No, you responded.

    You didn't answer his question.
  29. Thread: Breakfast

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    C+P from the website. 'Sliced'... posh. :D

    C+P from the website.

    'Sliced'... posh. :D
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    Ah yes, the 'Don't interfere with our internal...

    Ah yes, the 'Don't interfere with our internal affairs' thing.

    In fact, don't even talk about them.

    Quite amusing coming from one of two posters who endlessly blather drivel about the affairs...
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    Either that or there's a fundamental design...

    Either that or there's a fundamental design fault.

    64907

    I mean it might do the job for tc, but...
  32. And they need Thai students because, post-BREXIT,...

    And they need Thai students because, post-BREXIT, the number of European students has dropped like a very large rock.
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    Sticky: Well, I get that you reject any suggestion that...

    Well, I get that you reject any suggestion that Blacks are more vulnerable to COVID and that their jobs and where they live leave them more exposed to it. You also reject the finding that whites are...
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    Sticky: What so you have the Lamborghini of masks and...

    What so you have the Lamborghini of masks and you're assuming I sport a Hyundai?

    Looks like you just took TD oneupmanship into a whole new area. :D


    I never mentioned any particular type of...
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    Sticky: Seems kit is talking about an area she's...

    Seems kit is talking about an area she's knowledgeable about, and you're just spouting, slick.
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    Sticky: Slick, the facts just don't support what you are...

    Slick, the facts just don't support what you are saying. Of course white people generally do jobs where social distancing is easier.

    There are plenty of individuals of whom that is not true, but...
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    Sticky: No, it doesn't stand to reason at all. BAME...

    No, it doesn't stand to reason at all. BAME groups are more susceptible to COVID, and they live in areas and work in jobs where measures to contain the virus, particularly social distancing, are more...
  38. Dunno why, but I always picture king willy as...

    Dunno why, but I always picture king willy as being a bit musty.
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    Sticky: 46% of white Americans wear masks. Only Half...

    46% of white Americans wear masks.

    Only Half of Americans Wear Masks During Close Contact Activities
  40. Thread: An Isaan Pond

    by cyrille
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    Oh Surely you do. :D

    Oh Surely you do. :D
  41. Very obvious straw err...person construction...

    Very obvious straw err...person construction going on here.
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    :rolleyes: 'The Wizard of Oz' starts in a...

    :rolleyes:

    'The Wizard of Oz' starts in a hurricane, lom.
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    Any bets on when angry piss head is gonna blow...

    Any bets on when angry piss head is gonna blow tonight?

    And who will supposedly be to blame? :sad:
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    5/8, no?

    5/8, no?
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    I thought it was watchable on the whole, but a...

    I thought it was watchable on the whole, but a bit too 'stagey'.

    The ending was crap.
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    Well, you tried. I'm not knocking that. :D

    Well, you tried.

    I'm not knocking that. :D
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    The documentation of how BREXIT is proving itself...

    The documentation of how BREXIT is proving itself over and over to be an idiotic blunder of epic proportions will continue.

    Feel free to not click on the thread.
  48. Is there anything you are knowledgeable about? ...

    Is there anything you are knowledgeable about?

    :rolleyes:
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    Sticky: Not so much a 'strange' comment, more 'idiotic'.

    Not so much a 'strange' comment, more 'idiotic'.
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    Yeah of course there wouldn't be any other reason...

    Yeah of course there wouldn't be any other reason for BREXITers wanting discussion closed down, rather than just effing off to post on another thread.

    Like all the dumb 'We're going to get a great...
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