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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Fine lass is Nicola.

    But by Christ, how much longer will Scotland put up with being shat on?

    You have to wonder if they might actually be into it.
    Being shat on by the SNP I presume? You being a TEFLer would probably be interested in how the SNP has destroyed the Scottish education system from being greatly admired and successful to the dumbed down sorry state of affairs it is today. The SNP led governments under first Salmond and now Sturgeon have not been good for Scotland.

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    Well what a surprise.

    You don't like her.

    Aand you're getting personal about it.

    And this is about 20 posts now over 2 hours in response to someone you profess to find insufferably boring.

    Very odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    The SNP led governments under first Salmond and now Sturgeon have not been good for Scotland.
    I do always admire the depth and specificity of your posts though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Well what a surprise.

    You don't like her.

    Aand you're getting personal about it.

    And this is about 20 posts now over 2 hours in response to someone you profess to find insufferably boring.

    Very odd.
    Always my pleasure to correct you and show your ignorance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I do always admire the depth and specificity of your posts though.

    If you had any interest in the subject which I'm sure you dont, you are quite capable of reading up on the last 12 years of SNP government and draw your own conclusions.

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    maybe this belongs in the jokes and funny stories thread but what the heck.
    sorry I can't just post the video.
    http://www.indy100.com/article/boris...-video-9070151
    "In my professional assessment as an intelligence officer, Trump has a reflexive, defensive, monumentally narcissistic personality, for whom the facts and national interest are irrelevant, and the only thing that counts is whatever gives personal advantage and directs attention to himself."

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    Even a (new one) girlfriend of the PM (of the new one) is not above the (US) law

    Barred from America: New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's girlfriend Carrie Symonds, 31, is refused US visitors' visa 'over 2018 trip to Somaliland'

    Symonds, 31, applied for visa to go to the US in the next few days for her work

    It was for a US-based environmental group, but authorities blocked the request

    Believed decision stems from visit made in 2018 by Miss Symonds to East Africa

    The PM's girlfriend went with her friend Nimco Ali, who was born in Somaliland

    During the trip, they met the self-declared Somaliland president Muse Bihi Abdi

    Boris Johnson faced embarrassment last night after his girlfriend was barred from visiting the United States.

    Carrie Symonds, 31, applied for a visa to go to America in the next few days as part of her job with a US-based environmental group, but the American authorities have blocked the request.

    It is believed the decision stems from a five-day visit made last year by Miss Symonds to East Africa, a region riven by civil war.

    The Prime Minister's girlfriend went with her friend Nimco Ali, a campaigner against female genital mutilation, who was born in Somaliland.

    During their trip, they met the self-declared Somaliland president Muse Bihi Abdi to discuss women's issues and sea pollution.

    The UK is among a handful of nations who have diplomatic relations with Somaliland, which broke away from neighbouring Somalia in 1991.

    But crucially, the US – which backs Somalia – does not.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...omaliland.html

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    ^And the GF did not get visa for France either?


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    More likely Boris never had any intention of going with her to France since there is no visa needed, which renders the Daily Mail 'story' redundant.

    Really, who the fcuk cares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    there is no visa needed
    Surprise, surprise... Perhaps after Brexit will be needed?

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    The new broom started off well then stumbled, at this rate he should be in or around ICU by end October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Surprise, surprise... Perhaps after Brexit will be needed?
    Hopefully . . . need to keep the riff-raff out on the island

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    Boris Johnson: I yearn to believe in the Loch Ness monster


    Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Peterhead Fish Market during a visit to Peterhead in Scotland


    6 SEPTEMBER 2019 12:31PM

    Boris Johnson has said he "yearns to believe" in the Loch Ness monster - despite new research suggesting the legend is most likely to have been sparked by sightings of giant eels.

    The Prime Minister said he had wanted the mythical creature to be real when he was child, adding "part of me still does".

    He was asked his views on the matter as he visited Scotland the day after scientists who combed the loch for samples of environmental DNA said it was unlikely Nessie is the last surviving prehistoric reptile.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...-ness-monster/

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    Netanyahu tells the cabinet he met UK PM Boris Jelcin:


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    https://twitter.com/noa_landau/statu...16713160855554
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Boris Johnson: I yearn to believe in the Loch Ness monster


    Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Peterhead Fish Market during a visit to Peterhead in Scotland


    6 SEPTEMBER 2019 • 12:31PM

    Boris Johnson has said he "yearns to believe" in the Loch Ness monster - despite new research suggesting the legend is most likely to have been sparked by sightings of giant eels.

    The Prime Minister said he had wanted the mythical creature to be real when he was child, adding "part of me still does".

    He was asked his views on the matter as he visited Scotland the day after scientists who combed the loch for samples of environmental DNA said it was unlikely Nessie is the last surviving prehistoric reptile.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...-ness-monster/
    Well there has to be a little mystery in the world. It would be a pretty boring place without it.
    Better to think inside the pub, than outside the box?
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    Episode 37- Loch Ness Monster Spotter Gary Campbell



    There’s something in the water. What it is no one can be sure, but there is definitely something in the water. The fascination with the mythical Loch Ness Monster is one that has perplexed locals, tourists and scientists for well over a century.

    Countless sightings have been reported and documented, and more than a few hoaxes have been staged yet still we have no definitive answer on if the legendary Nessie is real or not.

    Why? had the chance to chat with Gary Campbell. Gary is responsible for cataloging and documenting all reported sightings for the Loch Ness Monster Sightings Registry. Are there really so many that they need their own registry? Indeed, there are.

    Gary was compelled to take on the role after his own experiences spotting the elusive creature out in the water and he’s been doing it ever since. He shared with us his own thoughts on what he thinks the monster may be as well as hinted to the fact that there may be some new scientific evidence to share in the near future. He talked with us about the record number of sightings that have happened in the past couple years and even gave us the scoop on some other nearby lakes that may also have some monsters of their own.

    One thing was for certain during our chat with him, the creature is definitely still a mysterious tale and one that captivates travelers from across the globe year after year. But why is this the case? Is it simply the folklore or is there something else potentially lurking to solve questions from eras long gone? No one really knows the answers to that either.

    At the time of writing this blog, the Loch Ness Registry site has a recorded 1127 sightings to date. Pictures and descriptions are documented throughout the site giving visitors the opportunity to form their own opinions and estimations of what or who Nessie is. Gary is responsible for preserving each of those sightings for all to see and read up on.

    Gary was a wealth of information and anecdotes and the longer we talked with him the more intrigued we became. If you haven’t visited Scotland, we’re pretty sure it’s going to climb up your list of destinations after listening to Gary’s tales. Even if staring off into the mist looking for a giant fish or dinosaur or figment of your imagination doesn’t sound like a dream come true, we’re pretty sure you’ll at least want to see the place.

    Plus, if nothing else, you will love this episode just for the fact that you get to listen to him speak. All you fans of Luke’s voice (yes, Heidi’s mother we’re talking to you), you haven’t lived until you’ve listened to his lovely Scottish brogue. Have a listen, make your own judgement on the monster and let us know if you’ve ever had a sighting of a mythical creature of your own be it a leprechaun, Sasquatch, Flash or a unicorn.

    Episode 37- Loch Ness Monster Spotter Gary Campbell - WhyThePodcast

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    If you haven’t visited Scotland, we’re pretty sure it’s going to climb up your list of destinations after listening to Gary’s tales. Even if staring off into the mist looking for a giant fish or dinosaur or figment of your imagination doesn’t sound like a dream come true, we’re pretty sure you’ll at least want to see the place.
    And there you have it...the whole 'phenomenon' explained.

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    It was just another humiliation in a day of humiliations for Boris Johnson. Just a few weeks ago, he’d been mistaken for a statesman of substance in his meetings with Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel. In his press conference with Irish Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, he had been exposed as a weak, incompetent, deceitful fraud. A prime minister so desperate for power he is not even trusted by his family or friends. A man of such needy narcissism that he can only say what he thinks his audience wants to hear and is crushed under his own contradictions. His defeat in the Grieve humble address was his fifth. One more was to come before the night was out. History in the making. Johnson had gambled and failed abjectly. He had imagined prorogation and a general election as a brilliant play. His finest hour. Instead he was only further diminished. Hubris, thy name is Boris.


    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...e-tory-turmoil

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    best PM ever, going to sink that miserable island called England, where Nazi Germany failed

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    At least the Conservative party will be conservative again after the next GE with all the fake conservatives being kicked out. While the Westminster bubble and MSM continues to denigrate Boris his popularity continues to grow outside of London, strange isnt it a PM actually pledges to do what people voted for and his popularity soars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    strange isnt it a PM actually pledges to do what people voted for and his popularity soars.
    Yet he isn't, he is driving the UK into the ground with his infantile rants about 31 October and blaming the EU at every turn and how horrible they are to the UK . . . not a word about how he and his ilk mislead the electorate time and again. A simple lying sack of shit

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson-courts-johnson-11150475-559x372-jpg

    He's about as disingenuous as they come and cold teach Trump a thing or two. He has fairly well destroyed the Conservative Party for the foreseeable future. The UK joined the EU under certain rules and guidelines and now want to avoid the consequences.
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    Not sure whether it is true: BoJo has applied for an asylum in (please no names here)...

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    come in BORIS your time is UP.
    parliament is back TOAY.

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    How fitting that he's busy glad handing Trump.

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    Boris in NY licking his wounds with Trump semen

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