spygirl πŸ†

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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Muslim parents lead group of 300 in protest outside school gates against equality lessons on homosexuality and gender   
    Subtle changes in language.
    Now some religions are opposed.
    Homosexuality morally unacceptable to some religions.
    Not just the teaching to four year olds.
    Homosexuality in itself.
    Ms Pulley said: "During this period where we said we are putting No Outsiders on stop, we have made sure that in our curriculum and in our assemblies we do not mention the LGBT agenda, because that is the only way we felt parents could come into the room and start talking to us.
    "We moved what we thought was the issue to one side but we can only do that for so long or otherwise, quite rightly, we will be seen as being discriminatory to one of the protected characteristics."
    She said the programme can sit "harmoniously" with Islam, adding: "In school they need to be educated to the laws of the land and at home they can follow their religion and that is fine; the two sit together."
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    " The two sit together "
    Two predictions.
    Ms Pulley willΒ be gone by Easter.
    I'll sell her the Brooklyn Bridge.Β 
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-47692617
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in What's going to collapse next...   
    https://www.ft.com/content/aec2a320-4cc5-11e9-bbc9-6917dce3dc62
    Deutsche staff banned from selling shares during merger
    Surely that should be banned for buying shares? Using their superior inside knowledge ....
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from whocares in Off with their heads. Crucifixion and other nice stuff from our establishment’s favourite Arabs   
    Cough no bar cough.
    ME is nice in the cold Northern winter - Nov>Mar.
    If they loosedned up and allowed a bar it would be nice.
    Mr brother enyoed his time in Syria, when the war was going on. Til his hotel bar was bombed.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from King of Fools in Current British heroes.   
    What is it that makes some men and women take difficult decisions and do the right thing against the odds when easier and far less dangerous alternatives are open to them? Why is it that some people - like the undercover heroes working for SOE in Occupied France or the passengers of the United 93 flight on 9/11 - have the courage to dare? To answer these questions, Gordon Brown explores the lives of eight outstanding twentieth-century figures. Starting with Edith Cavell, who nursed the wounded of World War I in Belgium and helped Allied soldiers escape back to England, he goes on to consider the Protestant pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who in 1940 returned to Nazi Germany from New York to lead the Christian opposition against the Nazi regime, and the wealthy businessman Raoul Wallenberg, who left neutral Sweden in 1944 to go to Budapest to try save the lives of Hungarian Jews. All three paid the ultimate price. Telling the stories of America's Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy - who, after his brother's assassination, remade himself as a politician of compassion - and Nelson Mandela, he considers great courage over a long period against daunting odds.
    And then there is the legacy of Dame Cicely Saunders, who changed the way we care for the dying by founding and leading the Hospice Movement. Finally, he explores the life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who for twenty years, much of that time under house arrest in Rangoon, has led her country's democratic opposition to military dictatorship, and continues to do so today. These eight heroes are very different people, with very different strengths and frailties, but all share an inspirational courage that Gordon Brown celebrates in these fascinating and moving portraits.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Courage-Eight-Portraits-Gordon-Brown/dp/0747565325
    I bought a copy of this book from the local charity shop -yes I do take pity-for 10p,as I knew that the calorific heat output from its combustion in my multifuel stove was worth at least that,the default position I always take when buying any book written by a failed politician.
    I was not disappointed,in that it combusted well.As for the contents,I gave up after a dozen pages mindfull of the economic ruin,personal debt and calamatous state this man has left the UK in.Quite how Brown had the nerve to write and lecture others ,while at the same time the debt time-bomb was ticking,is beyond belief.Not surprising he continues to sulk away from the bright lights he so craved.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from One percent in Kids and cars   
    Any bets on the hue of this daft cunt?
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6847797/Lamborghini-driver-tries-crashes-brick-wall.html
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    Ha! Beaten me.
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    How do they aford then?
    They dont, their parents do.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from montecristo in Ahh was pikey   
    A gun, Β£20,000 in cash and Class A drugs were seized and five people were arrested but families living at the site complained at what they perceived as heavy-handed tactics.
    This will totally fuck them.
    Pikleys dint used to have much to do with drugs, just robbing and scamming.
    Last 20 years have seen more and more get involved. Some pikeyΒ  families are the major dealers for certai ntowns - Yawk for instance.
    Whereas Polcie wont go massively in for knocking quad bikes and what not,., they will for class A.
    And then youve got the organised crime bit i.e. joint enterprise and what not wit hthe RICO laws.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from One percent in Ahh was pikey   
    A gun, Β£20,000 in cash and Class A drugs were seized and five people were arrested but families living at the site complained at what they perceived as heavy-handed tactics.
    This will totally fuck them.
    Pikleys dint used to have much to do with drugs, just robbing and scamming.
    Last 20 years have seen more and more get involved. Some pikeyΒ  families are the major dealers for certai ntowns - Yawk for instance.
    Whereas Polcie wont go massively in for knocking quad bikes and what not,., they will for class A.
    And then youve got the organised crime bit i.e. joint enterprise and what not wit hthe RICO laws.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from One percent in DOSBODS Mugs - yay or nay?   
    Dosbods needs a mascot, something that represents the true spirit of the site, an esprit de corp or whatsit.
    Like Rolls RoyceΒ  has the silver lady, giving the feeling of luxury and speed.
    Or Boing uses a word that sounds like Booooing!!!!!, the sound make when their plane crash.
    Or Ratner and their Prawn sandwich earrings.
    I propose this:

    Its a monkey, using a mobile phone, ignoring its kid.
    Itll send XYY fucking raging.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in Current British heroes.   
    What is it that makes some men and women take difficult decisions and do the right thing against the odds when easier and far less dangerous alternatives are open to them? Why is it that some people - like the undercover heroes working for SOE in Occupied France or the passengers of the United 93 flight on 9/11 - have the courage to dare? To answer these questions, Gordon Brown explores the lives of eight outstanding twentieth-century figures. Starting with Edith Cavell, who nursed the wounded of World War I in Belgium and helped Allied soldiers escape back to England, he goes on to consider the Protestant pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who in 1940 returned to Nazi Germany from New York to lead the Christian opposition against the Nazi regime, and the wealthy businessman Raoul Wallenberg, who left neutral Sweden in 1944 to go to Budapest to try save the lives of Hungarian Jews. All three paid the ultimate price. Telling the stories of America's Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy - who, after his brother's assassination, remade himself as a politician of compassion - and Nelson Mandela, he considers great courage over a long period against daunting odds.
    And then there is the legacy of Dame Cicely Saunders, who changed the way we care for the dying by founding and leading the Hospice Movement. Finally, he explores the life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who for twenty years, much of that time under house arrest in Rangoon, has led her country's democratic opposition to military dictatorship, and continues to do so today. These eight heroes are very different people, with very different strengths and frailties, but all share an inspirational courage that Gordon Brown celebrates in these fascinating and moving portraits.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Courage-Eight-Portraits-Gordon-Brown/dp/0747565325
    I bought a copy of this book from the local charity shop -yes I do take pity-for 10p,as I knew that the calorific heat output from its combustion in my multifuel stove was worth at least that,the default position I always take when buying any book written by a failed politician.
    I was not disappointed,in that it combusted well.As for the contents,I gave up after a dozen pages mindfull of the economic ruin,personal debt and calamatous state this man has left the UK in.Quite how Brown had the nerve to write and lecture others ,while at the same time the debt time-bomb was ticking,is beyond belief.Not surprising he continues to sulk away from the bright lights he so craved.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Current British heroes.   
    What is it that makes some men and women take difficult decisions and do the right thing against the odds when easier and far less dangerous alternatives are open to them? Why is it that some people - like the undercover heroes working for SOE in Occupied France or the passengers of the United 93 flight on 9/11 - have the courage to dare? To answer these questions, Gordon Brown explores the lives of eight outstanding twentieth-century figures. Starting with Edith Cavell, who nursed the wounded of World War I in Belgium and helped Allied soldiers escape back to England, he goes on to consider the Protestant pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who in 1940 returned to Nazi Germany from New York to lead the Christian opposition against the Nazi regime, and the wealthy businessman Raoul Wallenberg, who left neutral Sweden in 1944 to go to Budapest to try save the lives of Hungarian Jews. All three paid the ultimate price. Telling the stories of America's Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy - who, after his brother's assassination, remade himself as a politician of compassion - and Nelson Mandela, he considers great courage over a long period against daunting odds.
    And then there is the legacy of Dame Cicely Saunders, who changed the way we care for the dying by founding and leading the Hospice Movement. Finally, he explores the life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who for twenty years, much of that time under house arrest in Rangoon, has led her country's democratic opposition to military dictatorship, and continues to do so today. These eight heroes are very different people, with very different strengths and frailties, but all share an inspirational courage that Gordon Brown celebrates in these fascinating and moving portraits.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Courage-Eight-Portraits-Gordon-Brown/dp/0747565325
    I bought a copy of this book from the local charity shop -yes I do take pity-for 10p,as I knew that the calorific heat output from its combustion in my multifuel stove was worth at least that,the default position I always take when buying any book written by a failed politician.
    I was not disappointed,in that it combusted well.As for the contents,I gave up after a dozen pages mindfull of the economic ruin,personal debt and calamatous state this man has left the UK in.Quite how Brown had the nerve to write and lecture others ,while at the same time the debt time-bomb was ticking,is beyond belief.Not surprising he continues to sulk away from the bright lights he so craved.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from The Idiocrat in Current British heroes.   
    What is it that makes some men and women take difficult decisions and do the right thing against the odds when easier and far less dangerous alternatives are open to them? Why is it that some people - like the undercover heroes working for SOE in Occupied France or the passengers of the United 93 flight on 9/11 - have the courage to dare? To answer these questions, Gordon Brown explores the lives of eight outstanding twentieth-century figures. Starting with Edith Cavell, who nursed the wounded of World War I in Belgium and helped Allied soldiers escape back to England, he goes on to consider the Protestant pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who in 1940 returned to Nazi Germany from New York to lead the Christian opposition against the Nazi regime, and the wealthy businessman Raoul Wallenberg, who left neutral Sweden in 1944 to go to Budapest to try save the lives of Hungarian Jews. All three paid the ultimate price. Telling the stories of America's Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy - who, after his brother's assassination, remade himself as a politician of compassion - and Nelson Mandela, he considers great courage over a long period against daunting odds.
    And then there is the legacy of Dame Cicely Saunders, who changed the way we care for the dying by founding and leading the Hospice Movement. Finally, he explores the life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who for twenty years, much of that time under house arrest in Rangoon, has led her country's democratic opposition to military dictatorship, and continues to do so today. These eight heroes are very different people, with very different strengths and frailties, but all share an inspirational courage that Gordon Brown celebrates in these fascinating and moving portraits.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Courage-Eight-Portraits-Gordon-Brown/dp/0747565325
    I bought a copy of this book from the local charity shop -yes I do take pity-for 10p,as I knew that the calorific heat output from its combustion in my multifuel stove was worth at least that,the default position I always take when buying any book written by a failed politician.
    I was not disappointed,in that it combusted well.As for the contents,I gave up after a dozen pages mindfull of the economic ruin,personal debt and calamatous state this man has left the UK in.Quite how Brown had the nerve to write and lecture others ,while at the same time the debt time-bomb was ticking,is beyond belief.Not surprising he continues to sulk away from the bright lights he so craved.
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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Bedrag Justesen in Current British heroes.   
    Roy Larner.
    Lion Of London Bridge.
    Fucking disgrace him not being honoured.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from the gardener in Me eart....   
    https://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/2035719-sir-gary-verity-resigns-amid-expenses-investigation
    Sir Gary Verity has asked for β€œtime and space to heal” after resigning as chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire with immediate effect.
    Prisons great for that, you bent cunt.
    Sir Gary β€œhas agreed to voluntarily reimburse Welcome to Yorkshire for monies owed”, the agency said, without disclosing how much will be repaid. The most recent published accounts, for the 2018 financial year, showed he earned more than Β£240,000.
    Id like to update dosbodders on his jobs - its paying for adverts and running a cycle race. WIth public money.
    He was making a big fuss about bringing in people to Scabby, on an August bank holiday.
    Id be more impressed if he brought them in on a colder day FFS.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from the gardener in Me eart....   
    Not to worry. Hes given all monies back. Please move on....
    I cant remember that defense ever working for a robber.
    Or having a large public sector pension, earnt while they were robbing.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from whocares in DOSBODS Mugs - yay or nay?   
    Dosbods needs a mascot, something that represents the true spirit of the site, an esprit de corp or whatsit.
    Like Rolls RoyceΒ  has the silver lady, giving the feeling of luxury and speed.
    Or Boing uses a word that sounds like Booooing!!!!!, the sound make when their plane crash.
    Or Ratner and their Prawn sandwich earrings.
    I propose this:

    Its a monkey, using a mobile phone, ignoring its kid.
    Itll send XYY fucking raging.
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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Happy Renting in Comic relief   
    That was Harold Wilson,s decision. When challenged in a Cabinet meeting, that it might affect the Labour support if the news got out, he said "They're miners, they'll vote for us anyway".
    The news got out 30 years later under the 30 years rule.
    I hope Wilson is in Hell.
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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Fischer in Comic relief   
    Also file under Skeletor (Nancy Pelosi) and other democrats who live in walled mansions while opposing Trump's wall and saying thatΒ  "walls don't work".
    Shameless duplicitous cunts.
    Care nothing about ordinary people who bear the brunt of mass immigration.
    Cunts.
    Utter cunts.
    Lovely girl.

    The stupid cow deleted her tweet but retweets with a comment stay there.
    For ever !!!

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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Frank Hovis in Comic relief   
    Ed Sheeran delivering some weapons grade hypocrisy:
    2018
    Wins planning permission to install gates and railings at his four-storey London home to deter rough sleepers. In the application, the singer’s representative, Paul Smith of Apex Planning Consultants, said that the β€˜stone plinth and railings will help to deter rough sleeping’
    2019
    Ed Sheeran presented a hard-hitting film about homeless people dying on Britain’s streets, reading out the names of nine of the 332 homeless people who it is claimed perished in the previous 12 months.
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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6817711/Comic-Relief-TV-ad-Corbyn-BBC-accused-breaching-neutrality.html#comments
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from Hail the Tripod in Venezuala - who gives a fuck   
    I think the inflation rates are ttoal BS.
    Its not that inflation is high, its that the economy has ttoally failed and become a government led barter system. Price inflation becomes moot then, its who you vote/vote for.
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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to ILikeCake in Me eart....   
    One of my neighbours was a copper.Β  He spent at least 6 months on the sick before he retired.Β  I text him once when I was trimming the hedges out the back to apologise for any bits falling over the fence.Β  His response was "no worries, currently in Spain skydiving".Β  Twat.
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    spygirl πŸ† reacted to Majorpain in How does Buy to Let END!   
    At least as the builder/owner they have some incentive to keep quality standards up.Β  There is not much point Building to rent 1000's of homes if you have to rebuild them all in 20 years.
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from whocares in Remainer repelled by maths.   
    The biggest issue I have with the march is not the numbers, which were prob severral 100k, its the fact it was in London.
    Why not other regional cities?
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from maynardgravy in Remainer repelled by maths.   
    The biggest issue I have with the march is not the numbers, which were prob severral 100k, its the fact it was in London.
    Why not other regional cities?
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in Celebrity Death Sweepstake 2019   
    The Sun aint going to sihne 6ft under ...
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    spygirl πŸ† got a reaction from spunko in DOSBODS Mugs - yay or nay?   
    Dosbods needs a mascot, something that represents the true spirit of the site, an esprit de corp or whatsit.
    Like Rolls RoyceΒ  has the silver lady, giving the feeling of luxury and speed.
    Or Boing uses a word that sounds like Booooing!!!!!, the sound make when their plane crash.
    Or Ratner and their Prawn sandwich earrings.
    I propose this:

    Its a monkey, using a mobile phone, ignoring its kid.
    Itll send XYY fucking raging.
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