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From Magazine Discussion / A Londoner's guide to Yorkshire
Posted 16 Oct 12 11:52
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Is this true? Have five anyway.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / The Chippy thread
Posted 16 Oct 12 11:46
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Best fish and chips I ever had were from a Greek owned chippy opposite Brighton Pier. Lovely!

Regards

Skoob

 
From General Discussion / That'll Teach Em
Posted 14 Oct 12 23:33
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Sometimes things happen under people's noses, but they just don't smell it.

Just sayin'

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Baumgartner Skydive
Posted 14 Oct 12 16:59
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120,000 feet...mad if you ask me. He's on his way up as I type this. I hope he makes it.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Football Gossip & comments 7th September 2012
Posted 14 Oct 12 03:26
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Can I make a constructive comment on this and others in the cycle? No? I will anyway.

It's a bit of a rip off posting these items on an almost daily basis, with very little writer input, or criticism. These things are just quotes, followed by a couple of words of comment.

Bear with me here...

People use the Magazine section of the site to try out experimental and creative writing. That isn't the sort of thing you can knock out on a daily basis with twelve words of comment on eighty nine words of quotation.

And it swamps the Magazine section.

Okay - this is where the constructive part comes in.

Why not collate the quotes over a longer period - a week, or a month - and then make some genuinely scathing remarks, Fanzine style?

I'm not trying to be negative - quite the contrary - it's just that these pieces seem to be rushed when they don't need to be. In this case, it saves clogging up the Mag section if there's more time devoted to them, and it makes for something people may want to read, as opposed to two or three words strung on the end of a quote from a newspaper.

Last suggestion - be biased. That's what makes fanzines function.

It would be infinitely more interesting.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Isle of Wight News - Scab collection stolen
Posted 14 Oct 12 03:04
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Point taken.

Funny how nobody seems to comment much lately. Can only speak for myself, but I either can't comment, or the things being posted recently, I just don't have an opinion on.

Can't somebody write a story about lesbian tennis players?

Martina.

 
From General Discussion / That'll Teach Em
Posted 14 Oct 12 02:57
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Beware Of The Trolls, Your Sins Will Find You Out!

I bet this guy thought he was so clever. Maybe a point to ponder.

Just sayin'

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 14 Oct 12 02:29
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Dear Spoof

If anyone's deluded enough to think that continually recycling the same old toot ad nauseum is somehow going to rejuvenate the site, then perhaps they ought to sign up with the BBC.

Fanny Craddock
Tring.

 
From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 13 Oct 12 22:46
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The plot thickens on this one.

"They were just rumours..."

Riiiiight...

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / I'm rone ree, So Rone ree
Posted 13 Oct 12 22:39
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I don't have a wallet. Well...I do, but I don't carry it with me. Too bulky.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / I'm rone ree, So Rone ree
Posted 12 Oct 12 20:03
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Was me really. Honest.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Local Man Describes Meeting With Funeral Director
Posted 12 Oct 12 02:34
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True.

All I'm saying.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Jimmy Savile. Knocking on Heavens Door
Posted 12 Oct 12 01:16
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I liked the last line. Far more cutting than anything else I've read anywhere. I gave it five,

Regards

Skoob.

 
From News Discussion / Isle of Wight News - Scab collection stolen
Posted 12 Oct 12 00:48
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I liked this too Debbie.

It makes me feel like writing subs again.

There's a gap in the market for transvestite humour on the interweb these days. Erm...not that's it's about transvestism...but...erm...hang on...nearly choked on me feather boa there...

Regards

Martina.

 
From General Discussion / Woman receives €11,721,000,000,000,000 phone bill
Posted 12 Oct 12 00:41
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Jim'll fix it. Sorted. Now then now then.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Apathy
Posted 11 Oct 12 21:56
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Apache?

Good grief! Circle up the wagons!

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Apathy
Posted 11 Oct 12 20:06
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I blame the Coal Hole Firm. Especially me. Looks like there's only me left!

Help!

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / The coin a word or phrase game
Posted 10 Oct 12 19:00
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I get the idea that most entries on this thread will be swearwords.

So, keeping in the spirit of things, my word is:

"Tufty"

Totally Useless Fat Twat.

Regards

Skoob

 
From News Discussion / Jimmy Savile's Grave 'Subsiding' - Scarborough Council
Posted 10 Oct 12 18:15
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Appreciated muchly.

It's always a dilemma whether to put stuff like this up.

Given that the ould perv had his elaborate headstone removed and smashed up provides some vindication.

Thanks.

Skoob.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Quentin Kelp MP - My Ten Commandments
Posted 9 Oct 12 13:47
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I enjoy these. Five thingies to TJM.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Does Anyone Know....
Posted 9 Oct 12 13:34
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Topics in News Discussion have to be published stories.

To start a new thread, click on 'Discuss This Story' at the bottom of the article you want to talk about.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 8 Oct 12 09:11
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Clivey,

Sorry to disappoint you mate, but that isn't really lowering the bar. Where I come from, we call it straight talking, or shooting from the hip.

That kid who committed suicide was around the same age as my eldest granddaughter. The little girl who disappeared in Wales, April - same age as another precious grandchild.

It's bad enough that people even have the capacity to do such things.

Let alone, conspire to pretend that it never happened.

Sorry, but like I said already - I can't abide such things, and if I had my way...well...let's not go there ..

Mind you, as in the Maddy McCann case - I expect that some people out there think there's a funny angle.

They're sick.

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 7 Oct 12 17:01
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5*****

Brilliant Les!

Regards

Skoob.

 
From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 7 Oct 12 14:55
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I'm not pooh-poohing anything Tommy. Honestly. I just seem to have some recollection of a series of lectures he gave at Brixton Academy. He definitely mentioned reptile people living in caves. Or it could have been lizard people who live in tunnels in South America and rule the world.

What I think isn't important. I'm just surprised that people were surprised by the Sa-vile (Nice touch, that.) revelations.

Kindest

Skoob.




 
From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 7 Oct 12 14:09
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I once had to listen to a paedophile for hours on end. At the time, it was part of my job. I couldn't be judgemental on a professional level, but inside I was seething.

I still see that person. He never acknowledges me, or looks me directly in the eye. As someone who's always endeavoured to be a responsible parent and grandparent, maybe I take it personally. I know I shouldn't, but it makes me angry.

I'm not so sure that David Icke has anything valid to contribute to anything. Although maybe he does have a point about 'Reptile People' who live in caves.

Just musin'

Skoob.

 
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