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  1. 16 points
    Think there might have been another thread on this somewhere but it's disappointing yet unsurprising that this bag of shit is still holding court on the So-Called BBC webpage. There's a grubbiness to this article, the not so veiled insinuation that a woman should be let off for killing her husband because he was a bit of a prick is quite disturbing to me. There was nothing stopping the woman from leaving - she had a choice and instead of booking a ticket out she decided to set about a man with a claw hammer. Do you know what someone's head would look like after being struck 20 times with a hammer? It would be brains and muck everywhere, an absolute gorefest. After the 10th hit she would have been pounding meat but still she continued for another ten whacks. That's all I, and hopefully a judge need to know in order to come to the conclusion that this woman is a grade-A fucking psycho and should stay behind bars where she belongs. I don't think she's going anywhere despite what the wankers at the So-Called BBC would like to believe.
  2. 12 points
    MrPin

    moped rider stabbed to death

    14 is not old enough to drive a moped in this country. He would have had no licence. And I suspect it may not have been his (speculation though!).
  3. 11 points
    OK, lets say he was a scumbag.... - she chose to have two children with a scumbag (are we meant to believe he was the perfect man until she became pregnant) - even after years of abuse, she went back to him and tried to patch things up - the prostitute thing is cheap character assassination and irrelevant Make no mistake if this woman gets off it'll be standard defense procedure in a murder case like this to come up with evidence, real or not, about how horrible the husband was. Shit like this hits a nerve. My Dad frequently subjects my Mum to low grade narcissistic abuse, I spent my whole life having to watch it and still see it most times I'm with them. I also spent my adolescence and early adulthood hearing her complain about him and how he'd basically ruined her life. Even went through a lot of guilt about not being able to 'stop' it when I was younger. But here's the thing; she chose him. And she chose to stay with him. And before him she spent most of her 20's with a player who was banging loads of girls on the side, but again that was someone who she chose. And who I heard her pine after decades later because he was evidently more attractive to her than my Dad was. I'm not saying abuse isn't real; but most of the time people have a choice whether to stay or not. And usually when someone cries victim, they're not quite completely innocent themselves.
  4. 9 points
    Hopeful

    Brexit Betrayal thread

    Well, the interview with the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge on R4 Today porgramme just now didn't go quite according to plan Palpable confusion in the interviewer Q) What preparations are taking place across the Channel for a No Deal Brexit? From 06.52 https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_fourfm It was PRICELESS and a great start to the morning. The well-briefed Inspector said it was insulting that the UK was spending £100 million upon preparations, £millions on a freight company with no ships, when all the preparations were already made in Calais and Boulonge for a smooth No Deal transition, and if the UK Gov had £100 million to waste, could he have some of that please for the facilities he has already put in place. A person brought on afterwards to say "Well the Inspector of the Port of Calais and Boulonge would say that wouldn't he?, he's talking up his Port", promptly twisted the Inspectors words. For example the Inspector said "we have a created a veterinary inspection facility outside Calais so movement will be seamless". The interviewee said "They have no veterinary inspection facility at Calais" I'm sick of these lies and double speak.
  5. 9 points
    Join the Royal Virtue Signals Regiment.
  6. 7 points
    gilf

    Right To Repair

    I've always taken the view that if somebody else can fix it so can I. Problem is these days it's less and less likely somebody can actually fix it. But it's getting more difficult, replaced the seat belt tensioner on my car pre MOT the other month, job took about 5 minutes. Problem was it took about 3 hours to visit various Halfords to find the exact torx bit to remove the seat. No idea why they can't user a "standard" bolt, nothing special or important to warrant using anything else from what I could see other than making it difficult for you to do it yourself.
  7. 6 points
    Pre meditated. With a weapon. Life. The 'I if cant have him, no on can' sort of nails it - or hammers it.
  8. 6 points
    steppensheep

    The Wilsons

    My money would be on the pigeon. HAHAHAHAHAHA. Sorry
  9. 6 points
    spygirl

    moped rider stabbed to death

    He was dealing in their 'area'. Someone reported him. Other gang members chased him in a car, knocked him off, then killed him. He'll be black. Tehyll be black. How multi-cultural.
  10. 6 points
    The story does not make sense If he was abusive and she had left him why get back together again then kill him? The logical thing to do would be make a new life free from him. Sounds like a total psycho.
  11. 5 points
    Alonso Quijano

    Right To Repair

    BBC covering this on Breakfast as a good news EU regulation / Saving the planet from global warming story. I imagine part of the reason for sealed units in the first place would be regulation and liability. Consumerism requires new, shiny things as does the faux God of GDP.
  12. 5 points
    maynardgravy

    Trump's progress

    Boy, the comments in that article are disturbing. Like a soy convention. "He's teargassing brown people just because they want to get into the US.." FFS. part of me wants a wall built right down the middle of this country so all the diversity-luvvies can live in harmony as we watch the boats flood in from the other side. These simpletons honestly believe resources are infinite, it's just whitey who won't share it out fairly.
  13. 5 points
    I'm at the point now where i cant get any more pissed off, so i choose to ignore it. No amount of braying this side of the vote will change anything. Everyone is entrenched. More and more know that the MSM is their absolute enemy now. Whatever the outcome of this months shenanigans, the time to begin the proper vitriol will be at the next election. I'm hoping Arron Banks is lining up about 50 seats for an absolute strafing. Starting in Totnes, then, up cuntry to Pontefract then down to Hastings "n" Rye for a spot of Rudding.
  14. 5 points
    It would be so lovely if there was a serious discussion about the higher level strategy for the country, like immigration vs GDP vs pensions vs housing vs jobs vs salaries, etc. At the moment discussions tend to be independent and is either an absolute need or a problem (or possibly cover only pairs of factors), but without the fuller context any discussion is futile.
  15. 4 points
    spygirl

    moped rider stabbed to death

    Must be a rich family .. able to up sticks from Nottingham and move to London for a better opportunities. Must be investment bankers.... Another explanation is the kid was a little shit and they move from Nottingham to get away from bad influences. Does not work if you are taking the bad with you.
  16. 4 points
    201p

    Right To Repair

    PC computers are the greatest modern self repairing products of our time. A computer's electronics can last for most part 10+ years. The case can last forever, so can keyboards. When the insides get out of date, they can be swapped out pretty easily, and can be repaired by PC technicians without having to buy specialist manufacturer tools. You don't have to take it to a "main dealer". Henry Hoovers also get a thumbs up, as the design doesn't radically change year after year. You can get replacement hoses and attachments, bags, and motors.
  17. 4 points
    Fischer

    Islamification of Europe

    You can't consider yourself a proper English town unless you've had a Muslim rape gang. It's like being conferred City Status.
  18. 4 points
    sleepwello'nights

    Right To Repair

    What I find frustrating is the difficulty in finding the parts needed to repair something. A couple of examples: The door handles in our house are spring loaded, on a couple of them the spring has broken meaning the handle just flops down. All that's needed is to replace the spring. I don't know where to get one so I've had to replace the entire handle assembly. Not a big deal or particularly expensive but wasteful. Perhaps if I had some metal working skills and access to a workshop I could have fabricated some. That would be very time consuming for a component that should only cost a few pence. Also electronics are infuriating. The control panel on our boiler failed when it was two years old. Outside manufacturers warranty. So the circuit board assembly had to be replaced. About £150 in 2009. I'm sure all that failed was a diode, capacitor or something mysterious to me. The cost to replace should have only been a few pence for the component and a few pounds for the labour. Also I have a few free standing air conditioning units that are faulty from a batch we acquired and sold a few years ago. The exhaust fan doesn't operate. The motor itself is fine so there's something wrong with the circuit board, I think. Basically these units are just a glorified refrigerator, I've tried a couple of domestic appliance repair people and they can't or don't want to work out what's wrong. The manufacturer doesn't supply these in the UK anymore and won't sell a replacement circuit board. I've searched the internet for replacements without luck. They're too good to throw out but useless as they are, so I've got half a dozen expensive door stops! Thinking about it now I'll go to a repaircafe. There's one reasonably close and open this Saturday. If I can get them working it bodes for a wet and cold summer this year.
  19. 4 points
    Its different for girls ... apparently. A link from soemthing I was reading. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/aug/25/jemma-beale-lied-rape-sentenced-flawed-system-allegations-sentenced There are no winners in the case of Jemma Beale, the 25-year-old woman given a 10-year sentence this week for a series of false rape allegations. She reported four separate incidents, between 2010 and 2013, claiming she had been sexually assaulted by six men and raped by nine, all strangers. One of the accused was convicted and serving a seven-year sentence when he was exonerated on appeal in 2015. Southwark crown court found Beale guilty of four counts of perjury and four counts of perverting the course of justice; the prosecution described her life as a “construct of bogus victimhood”. Woman jailed for 10 years for making series of false rape claims If this were fiction, one’s next question would be about Beale’s mental health: plainly, no one turns their life into a construct of bogus victimhood for fun. But there is no place for that question: to ask anything about the perpetrator, especially anything that might mitigate her mendacity, would be to minimise the suffering of the victims. Even those accused who were not deprived of their liberty must have had a life-alteringly horrific experience. Stupid article. Writer needs shooting. Noone wins. True. But a large number of men seem to have fucking lost. How many blokes jai.ed for rape get defined by made up crap like 'oh, is his mental health' or the insane thing -above in bold. Blatantly untrue. You have a fuckign example of an attention loon that you are writing about - she did for fun/enjoyment attention/whatever. Its up there with 'No woman would ever kill her own child' Women kill their babies all the fucking time. They need jailing.
  20. 4 points
    Hopeful

    Brexit Betrayal thread

    I can still only think that the planning is all for No Deal and all the rest is a charade to stop SJW Remainers getting upset prematurely and other EU countries getting any ideas of leaving the EU. It could even all be sewn up beforehand at an EU level - "We know the UK doesn't want to be part of the project, so you can go, but we want to keep the rest of the EU intact - so here's the plan"
  21. 4 points
    I don't think it was ever going to be done - can you imagine the worldwide condemnation if hundreds or even thousands of political opponents were suddenly arrested? I don't think I recall ever seeing incarceration on anything approaching that sort of scale in the banana republics of the world, least of all the supposed shining light of democracy and freedom. I just can't imagine it happening. What it did do of course, is provide enough intrigue that millions of people have followed Q and had their eyes opened to the other side of the story. I'm not going to call it the "truth" since I can't know for certain and I'm absolutely vulnerable to confirmation bias on this, but it's plausible at the very least to anybody willing to look at it with an open mind. Which brings me back to the same old thing time and time again - I think Q is a propaganda mechanism designed to circumvent the biased MSM, probably with the full but deniable knowledge and support of Trump.
  22. 4 points
    I rather liked this take on the recruitment campaign from the Army Rumour Forum
  23. 4 points
    OurDayWillCome

    Man stabbed on train

    A Kevlar burka!
  24. 4 points
    Errol

    Trump's progress

  25. 4 points
    Austin Allegro

    Man stabbed on train

    Most of the speculation/discussion on here concerns the way the police and media report on crimes. We're not trying to solve crimes, just trying to analyse a little bit more closely what we are expected to accept without question by authorities and media. We can't really do this through official channels such as writing to papers or posting on MSM websites as that is liable to censorship.