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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by TheSecondStain, Jul 15, 2014.
This made me laugh way more then it had any right to......
Did you know that Santa is an anagram of Satan?
A Frenchman staying at a hotel in England phones room service and asks for some pepper.
"What sort of pepper would you like, sir? Black pepper, white pepper?" Enquired the manager.
"Toilette pepper." He replied.
Not sure where to post about FM24! Who is playing this year and what have you achieved so far?
...more importantly who are you using for your match day threads as Russel Martin is using @......loading......
True. Sadly FM only shows me the tweets…
Found a suitcase in the woods today, inside was a fox and four cubs.
So, I rang the RSPCA, they asked "Are they moving?"
"Not sure “I said "but it’d explain the suitcase..."
Lol am i a bad Grandad? I have just been in hysterics for about 10 mins.
My youngest grandson who is 5 is in Miami atm with my daughter. They were on FaceTime and saw a Peacock. He was telling me how nice it was etc.
Me: "You should name it"
Grandson: "What shall I call it Grandad?"
Me: "Chris, call it Chris"
Grandson (at top of his voice) "Come on Chris Peacock! Chris Peacock! Chris Peacock!"
My daughter isn't impressed with grandad
Better than Drew...
Nobody likes Drew....
Haha, I will tell the other one to name him that!
One of my colleagues way back was named James (Jimmy) Riddle.
The funny thing is we have Peacock TV so I can watch all the premier league games (that I dont this year), and there are loads of programs on it that Mrs No7 wants to watch. I always say "Shall we watch Chris?". She never got it until my grandson was shouting it out lol
I knew a Jimmy Riddle....ex RAF
This one was at the RAE Farnborough late 60s early 70s.
https://www.private-eye.co.uk/columnists on the covid inquiry and more. Johnson and the rest involved have blood on their hands.
"It would be highly surprising if the UK performed well, given that outside of a pandemic around 80,000 Brits die prematurely each year. We went into the pandemic joint 24th out of 38 in the OECD league table for deaths that could be avoided with better prevention, and 26th for deaths that could be avoided with better treatment."
"To nobody's surprise, it turns out that the top team leading the UK through the pandemic disliked, disrespected and distrusted each other. They were foolish enough to document their personality disorders and mutual loathing on WhatsApp ("****s", "twats", "****pigs", "incompetents" and "liars") and candid enough to repeatedly admit: "We're ****ed."
"Boris "supermarket trolley" Johnson is yet to appear before the inquiry, but his public claims that "we got all the big calls right" and "we truly did everything we could, and continue to do everything that we can, to minimise loss of life and to minimise suffering" sound thin in the light of chief scientific officer Sir Patrick Vallance's diary entries.
Johnson told him he agreed with his party's view that Covid was "nature's way of dealing with old people". And his "let the bodies pile high" comment as an alternative to a second lockdown has been further corroborated by Lord (Eddie) Lister, Johnson's former chief of staff."
"The Covid inquiry is a powerful example of how "duty of candour" and "freedom to speak up" don't work in public life.
Witness after witness has detailed how incompetent they thought the UK response was at the time, with Dominic Cummings declaring: "Voters would want to lynch people if they knew." Yet nobody on the inside spoke publicly about it at the time. Whistleblowing harms careers.
Professor Yvonne Doyle, former medical director of Public Health England (PHE), gave a candid media interview at the end of January 2020, when she admitted there could well be cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection in the country already, and asymptomatic transmission was a possibility.
She was soon proved right on both counts, but it did not go down well with health secretary Hancock, who ordered her not to do any further media. Doyle and everyone else at PHE eventually lost their jobs as it was closed down by Hancock and set up for blame for pandemic failings.
Many moons ago there was a Chris Peacock on Meridian tv, on the same evening, local news show with Fred Dinage.
I was Just thinking that.