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Tuesday, 30 June 2015


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Well if it's Andra We're "happying" let us go all out

Chicago Illinois:

But by far the biggest disruption was from a large group of “black lives matter” protesters. The group was joined by members of the black queer community of Chicago who announced the disruption on their website.

After noting that they had “purposefully disrupted the Chicago Pride Parade,” the queer group explained their reasoning.

“We do so,” the group said, “because our people are dying at the hands of police, military and state-funded militias around the globe. We do so because we refuse to be tokenized by the same corporations that sponsor state violence, refuse a living wage and profit off our poverty. We do so because young queer people need a better outlet to celebrate themselves than a mire of consumption and sexual violence.”

The queer group was also attacked by the “black lives matter” protesters who held signs and walked as a group to push their own message.

And over there y'all are thinking Grease is a big problem.

Well, that's much better, I think.
JK, thanks for that.

Like I have said about the left and their various grievance constituents, they eventually turn on each other because "my grievance is bigger than yours". Then they engage in a mutual bitch slapping.

Well Whitewall (I tempted to go with ... "You little shit" - but I wasn't so ...

well, you've taken to traveling around so I can't - we really shouldn't be meeting like this (no Andra. no no no!) .... muttering [why did I point to these places ???] mumble mumble and more mutters ...

I guess I'll have to go, You were Correct as the link plainly shows.

Ummmm ummm ummm this BBQ Crow is really ... um, pretty tasty. Just wisht the feathers weren't so spittery.

So. What to do to recompense? (Sounds of memory gears and Search engine ...

Headphones Whitewall? Fullscreen?

about that always sunny in Oz, seems from what I can tell it must except for when they have those gosh awful floods on their east coast.

Whitey, I'm in Cairns..... right up in the tropics. We get the odd cyclone but mostly it's warm and sunny.
Right now it's winter and 27oC .... I'm in tracksuit and socks.
David, sorry if I'm being bitchy.....I am a wee bit stressed and sometimes it's too early for wine!!!

I have now read the Sajid Javed comments and frankly I'd give him only a single cheer at best.

What he is essentially saying is don't make you vies known until after the negotiation is finished.

But as any fule kno' the negotiation is a sham designed only to achieve enough favourable headlines to swing the outcome of the referendum. Dave will be allowed to pose and swagger and veto, and have the odd showdown with Merkel and Hpollande and come back with a piece of paper to show how impressive he is.

Fact is, ladies and gentlemen, that no meaningful reform is possible and Dave is not even asking for any. Therefore to wait for the outcome of the process is to pay their game for them.

The only way is to push hard for an out vote now. Cut Dave no slack, he is playing a game.

Andra, It is NEVER too early for wine! or vodka, or whisky, or....

steady missred

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