wherebee

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    wherebee got a reaction from Mirror Mirror in Killary   
    I bloody hope so.  
     
    She'd be toast - with all the extra information Trump will have collected on her and the foundation, plus the loss of her power (which means whistleblowers would be less feared of speaking out) the tsunami of revelations would be amazing
    His name was Seth Rich....
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    wherebee got a reaction from Van Lady in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    not DOSBODS, but 100% DOSB
    https://www.boredpanda.com/celebrities-photo-recreations-katie-sturino/
    Is this an actual mental illness?  Not to see the difference in attractiveness between a thin/healthy weight and her one?
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    wherebee got a reaction from gibbon in TESLA   
    Does this court judgement mean that everyone can now answer every tweet Musk sends with 'Shut up you paedo?"
     
     
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    wherebee got a reaction from The Grey Man in TESLA   
    The way to win a case like that is to say that 80% of damages will go to a childrens charity. Go after a smaller sum, such as 5 million, to reflect potential loss of earnings plus loss of reputation.
    Jury instantly swayed to your side.
     
    edit: forgot to answer the bit in bold.  Doesn't matter.  Once you have the judgement, then you enter into the global hunt and can sell the debt onto someone else to chase.  Plus, can you imagine Musk never being able to enter the UK for fear of action?  Nah, there would be some payment.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Tdog in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    Tdog is right in that the boomer generation is the most entitled in the history of man, excepting the french aristos just before the revolution.
    I've got sibilings and friends who are now approaching 60, and to a man/woman all their success is because they are brilliant, and all their kids failures is because they are not as hardworking as they were.
    bollocks.  the generation born 1950-1965 has the pinnacle of western civilisation handed to them, took every freebie they could, and then fucked it up by tearing down the institutions that had enabled civilisation.  Then, they repeatedly supported open borders and mental identity politics.
    the boomer generation have basically destroyed western civilisation in Europe and the USA, by thinking that fighting back against 'the man' is cool even when you become 'the man'
    cunts.
     
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    wherebee got a reaction from mooncat69 in The Germany is fucked thread   
    She's realising that in 2045 there is every chance the natives of germany will be in camps like that.....
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    wherebee got a reaction from maynardgravy in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I suspect that in a well run caucasian/east asian society, with a more equitable wealth distribution, cleaner tax system, minimal immigration and minimal rent seeking structures, it WOULD be possible to work for 35 and retire for 35 if full use of automation, energy saving devices, etc was used.
    We've discussed before how London tube drivers are an example of what wages SHOULD be for the majority of manual type labour if labour had not expanded massively due to immigration.  You work as a tube driver for 35 years, you can retire nicely for 35 without needing state handouts.
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    wherebee got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in TESLA   
    The way to win a case like that is to say that 80% of damages will go to a childrens charity. Go after a smaller sum, such as 5 million, to reflect potential loss of earnings plus loss of reputation.
    Jury instantly swayed to your side.
     
    edit: forgot to answer the bit in bold.  Doesn't matter.  Once you have the judgement, then you enter into the global hunt and can sell the debt onto someone else to chase.  Plus, can you imagine Musk never being able to enter the UK for fear of action?  Nah, there would be some payment.
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    wherebee got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in TESLA   
    You don't need the other side to turn up to win a libel case in the UK.
    You just need to show a nexus to the offender or the offended.  Seeing as the british press covered the tweet, and the guy accused has a brit background and undoubtably has brit relatives and friends who would have read it, I am astounded that his legal team went for the US option.  Bet you it was some cunt US law firm that had no office in the UK.
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    wherebee got a reaction from LC1 in Trumps Impeachment   
    It's gone on for about 100 years.  Prior to that, the tax take was from conquest, or from the rich anyway, so it wasn't so morally tainted in my view.
     
    However, now that income tax and VAT catch almost everybody, and the sums have become so large, it's a moral cesspit.  Without Trump, none of this would even have a chance of coming out.  Trump + internet is something the greedy fuckers never thought would happen.
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    wherebee got a reaction from LC1 in Mum with just 14p to her name tells full story of desperate Universal Credit plight   
    Er - no. it will cost less when averaged over a 20 year period.  At the moment, a small proportion of the community cost the majority of the benefits and criminal justice system/social worker costs.  That's because, to take one example, they are given a house and trash it, then the council has to refit it from scratch. That refit cost doesn't come under the 'benefits' column in the budget, but it should.  
    Reduce the amount of rebuild/refit, and standardise across the country, you can bring the price down massively (even a gvt factory churning out prefab concrete parts would be cost effective).
    Seriously, if you want to solve the problem of the 1% feckless, you have to treat the whole problem.
    And encouraging them not to have kids will save millions in the future.  fact.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Mum with just 14p to her name tells full story of desperate Universal Credit plight   
    Er - no. it will cost less when averaged over a 20 year period.  At the moment, a small proportion of the community cost the majority of the benefits and criminal justice system/social worker costs.  That's because, to take one example, they are given a house and trash it, then the council has to refit it from scratch. That refit cost doesn't come under the 'benefits' column in the budget, but it should.  
    Reduce the amount of rebuild/refit, and standardise across the country, you can bring the price down massively (even a gvt factory churning out prefab concrete parts would be cost effective).
    Seriously, if you want to solve the problem of the 1% feckless, you have to treat the whole problem.
    And encouraging them not to have kids will save millions in the future.  fact.
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    wherebee got a reaction from swiss_democracy_for_all in TESLA   
    Does this court judgement mean that everyone can now answer every tweet Musk sends with 'Shut up you paedo?"
     
     
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    wherebee got a reaction from montecristo in TESLA   
    The way to win a case like that is to say that 80% of damages will go to a childrens charity. Go after a smaller sum, such as 5 million, to reflect potential loss of earnings plus loss of reputation.
    Jury instantly swayed to your side.
     
    edit: forgot to answer the bit in bold.  Doesn't matter.  Once you have the judgement, then you enter into the global hunt and can sell the debt onto someone else to chase.  Plus, can you imagine Musk never being able to enter the UK for fear of action?  Nah, there would be some payment.
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    wherebee got a reaction from unregistered_guest in TESLA   
    Does this court judgement mean that everyone can now answer every tweet Musk sends with 'Shut up you paedo?"
     
     
  16. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Fischer in Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida.   
    Yup.  One of the glaring failures to 'drain the swamp'
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    wherebee got a reaction from Great Guy in Mum with just 14p to her name tells full story of desperate Universal Credit plight   
    Er - no. it will cost less when averaged over a 20 year period.  At the moment, a small proportion of the community cost the majority of the benefits and criminal justice system/social worker costs.  That's because, to take one example, they are given a house and trash it, then the council has to refit it from scratch. That refit cost doesn't come under the 'benefits' column in the budget, but it should.  
    Reduce the amount of rebuild/refit, and standardise across the country, you can bring the price down massively (even a gvt factory churning out prefab concrete parts would be cost effective).
    Seriously, if you want to solve the problem of the 1% feckless, you have to treat the whole problem.
    And encouraging them not to have kids will save millions in the future.  fact.
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    wherebee got a reaction from stokiescum in Mum with just 14p to her name tells full story of desperate Universal Credit plight   
    Er - no. it will cost less when averaged over a 20 year period.  At the moment, a small proportion of the community cost the majority of the benefits and criminal justice system/social worker costs.  That's because, to take one example, they are given a house and trash it, then the council has to refit it from scratch. That refit cost doesn't come under the 'benefits' column in the budget, but it should.  
    Reduce the amount of rebuild/refit, and standardise across the country, you can bring the price down massively (even a gvt factory churning out prefab concrete parts would be cost effective).
    Seriously, if you want to solve the problem of the 1% feckless, you have to treat the whole problem.
    And encouraging them not to have kids will save millions in the future.  fact.
  19. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Happy Renting in TESLA   
    You don't need the other side to turn up to win a libel case in the UK.
    You just need to show a nexus to the offender or the offended.  Seeing as the british press covered the tweet, and the guy accused has a brit background and undoubtably has brit relatives and friends who would have read it, I am astounded that his legal team went for the US option.  Bet you it was some cunt US law firm that had no office in the UK.
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    wherebee reacted to MrPin in Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida.   
    Watch Trumpy go remarkably quiet on this. Had it been another nation, he would be shouting a lot.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Mike Roberts in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    Tdog is right in that the boomer generation is the most entitled in the history of man, excepting the french aristos just before the revolution.
    I've got sibilings and friends who are now approaching 60, and to a man/woman all their success is because they are brilliant, and all their kids failures is because they are not as hardworking as they were.
    bollocks.  the generation born 1950-1965 has the pinnacle of western civilisation handed to them, took every freebie they could, and then fucked it up by tearing down the institutions that had enabled civilisation.  Then, they repeatedly supported open borders and mental identity politics.
    the boomer generation have basically destroyed western civilisation in Europe and the USA, by thinking that fighting back against 'the man' is cool even when you become 'the man'
    cunts.
     
  22. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from sarahbell in TESLA   
    Does this court judgement mean that everyone can now answer every tweet Musk sends with 'Shut up you paedo?"
     
     
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    wherebee reacted to Austin Allegro in Why are the So-Called BBC such arseholes?   
    Why is Sir David Attenborough constantly on the So-Called BBC, whilst Dr David Bellamy has disappeared almost without trace?
    Answers on a postcard please to BBC Climate Change Bias Department, Wood Lane, London W12 8QT.
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    wherebee got a reaction from Libspero in TESLA   
    The way to win a case like that is to say that 80% of damages will go to a childrens charity. Go after a smaller sum, such as 5 million, to reflect potential loss of earnings plus loss of reputation.
    Jury instantly swayed to your side.
     
    edit: forgot to answer the bit in bold.  Doesn't matter.  Once you have the judgement, then you enter into the global hunt and can sell the debt onto someone else to chase.  Plus, can you imagine Musk never being able to enter the UK for fear of action?  Nah, there would be some payment.
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    wherebee got a reaction from DeepLurker in TESLA   
    Does this court judgement mean that everyone can now answer every tweet Musk sends with 'Shut up you paedo?"