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  1. Amending contracts (hours/money etc) - may have actually seen sense and binned the stirke. As you say it's no way to get public support. It's like the tubes - when they strike now everyone just gets on with it and make other arrangements - they'd be better off turning up for work and letting people travel for free. As is they just piss everyone off.
  2. Having lived in London for years I'm used to tube strikes etc however the London Fire Brigade has chosen to strike over the bonfire weekend. Where do you stand on this? From my own point of view the fire lads do a good job under hard conditions (certainly compared to what I do) however they are paid well for this ( not to mention the side jobs they all have) and I think striking on the busiest therefore most dangerous day of the year is a disgrace. Like I say I have all the respect in the world for them however they have gone too far with this.
  3. Slightly more current..... http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-11061296 Still "it's all a laugh" eh kev?
  4. Is it a trilby? In which case I offer humble apologies.
  5. Split it with ya?..... Go on
  6. Quite possibly. Half arsed dig at the self perceived infallibility some of the lefties have on here.
  7. You've done a good job of standing off and interjecting little one-liners like this from time to time. Makes you sound oh-so-world-weary. Also makes you sound like you know what you're talking about, when I doubt you do. So what might these 'facts' be? Where is the 'conspiracy theory'? Who's being 'naive'? Join in the discussion if you have something to say. I see your post Leazes and I'll respond later. My point is that you all have theories/ideas based on your own agendas/something you've read rather than experienced or fact hence judgement on a book none of you have read but rath
  8. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/asia_p...ali/default.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/uk/0..._happened/html/ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/...s-ABC-News.html http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http...=1t:429,r:3,s:0
  9. You really don't see the difference? I notice you omitted the call to all members of the faith to murder people. I've read the thread chaps and I clearly can't up with the intellectual heavyweights (students) on here. ..........
  10. You've done a good job of standing off and interjecting little one-liners like this from time to time. Makes you sound oh-so-world-weary. Also makes you sound like you know what you're talking about, when I doubt you do. So what might these 'facts' be? Where is the 'conspiracy theory'? Who's being 'naive'? Join in the discussion if you have something to say. I see your post Leazes and I'll respond later. My point is that you all have theories/ideas based on your own agendas/something you've read rather than experienced or fact hence judgement on a book none of you have read but rath
  11. The naivety in this thread staggers me. Never let facts get in the way of a good conspiracy theory.
  12. Shouldn't have been surprised by what the result was. i.e. he (and you by all accounts) fully expect large swathes of the Muslim world to issue death sentences, burn books (now that is shocking) etc etc, when they feel aggrieved. Back to the topic. The people of New York have every right to protest (whether they are misguided or not) over something which is still very raw in their minds. SIMPLE. They weren't hurting anyone.
  13. Why? It seems the centre for debate and I wondered if any of you had read the subject of the argument, or at least since the argument transferred from the Mosque near ground zero debate.
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