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Discussion in 'Norwich City' started by Forgot_My_Lines, Nov 4, 2015.

  1. DHCanary

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    The AC at my work has a mind of it's own, and some days it's 14 degrees, other times it can be 26-28 degrees, with no relation to the outside weather. Very glad it's around 14 today! It's like stepping off a plane whenever I go outside though!
     
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  2. canary-dave

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    It's awful stepping out from an AC car or building, my glasses steam up in a nano-second! <grr>
     
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  3. KIO

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    We ain't got Air Con at work and it don't work in my car cos it needs re-gassing :emoticon-0107-sweat
     
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    Only £35 next to American Golf!!!
    Edit - or give this guy a call and he can come to your home/work!!!
    http://www.drivecool.co.uk/
     
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    Oh well, there's no hope for my 'cognitive functions' then!!! <yikes>
    Taken from today's Times - "The paper also highlights research suggesting that frequent sex is linked to "higher cognitive functions" in older people.!!!"
     
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  6. General Melchett

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    Huh? stop using such long words!

    Bah!
     
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  9. KIO

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    The problem of 'Islamaphobia' within certain sectors of the community has arisen not because of poxy newspaper headlines, but because of terrorism on the streets of our big Cities and also because of what has happened and is still happening in Sweden and Germany. Admittedly those headlines don't help, but for the Guardian to put the total blame of 'Islamaphobia' on a single media publication is quite frankly total bollocks.
    The mass migration from the middle east into Europe is a very real problem which might never have happened but for the Bush and Blair administrations but let's not rake over old coals.
    The historic unwillingness of large Muslim communities to fully integrate into our society doesn't help either <ok>
     
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  10. General Melchett

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    In fairness to the Mail and I realise it does peddle some absolute squit, some of the stuff they are printing and the stuff above has some truth to it, the lefties of the world may see it as all rather unpalletable to address some of these issues, but it does not mean that they aren't issues.
    The stuff in that tweet is mild though compared to this and you could argue they are actually radicalising the moronic few. That said if the headlines have any shread of truth then the individual perpetrators are a disgrace but still don't represent the majority (Or do they :bandit:)

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    Bah!
     
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    Bugger, can anyone actually see that image? It was from Facebook, any tips for sharing if The url from properties isn't displaying the image?

    Bah!
     
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    Happy BREXIT Anniversary day everyone! <cheers>
     
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    Jeez, the "special guests" on the Park stage at Glastonbury turns out to be bloody Elbow.
    What a pile of absolute melancholy dirge <grr>
     
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  15. KIO

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    I believe Corbyn's on stage later, grabbing another chance to preach to the great unwashed <doh>
     
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    At least he's not as out of touch with the public as May is! <doh>
     
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    He's now saying teenage kids should be paid at least £10 per hour, how the [email protected] does Santa Corbyn expect to pay for all the pressies he's promising these kids just so he gets their vote?

    The 'man' is a tool

    Last political post on this thread ;)
     
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  18. johnnywarksmoustache

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    Little do these thick Cnuts realise that it will be them who would have to pay for all his lunatic spending in years to come! <laugh> The truth is that we haven't even begun to experience real austerity yet. Osborne didn't slash public spending by as much as the loonies on the left will have you believe! The NHS for example has had record amounts of investment since 2010 but the problem is that it is a bottomless pit and a few extra Billion here and there will not solve it's problems!

    If we had had real austerity over the last 7 years then the national debt would not have doubled to an eye watering £ 1.7 Trillion and rising!! Yet Corbyn and his loonies want to borrow and spend even more! The public believe that you can have everything you want without having to pay for it! <doh> We need some serious cuts in spending not less. <ok> if we don't get the country's spending under control it'll be these thick Youth twats applauding Corbyn who will be paying the bill later!
     
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  19. KIO

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    "There are none as blind as those who will not see"
     
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    I think I will follow Corbyns lead and phone up my credit card provider tomorrow. I will say Sorry but I'm not going to repay the huge debt I have racked up but instead I'm going to spend even more to get myself out of debt! I wonder what answer I will get! <laugh>
     
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