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The Fish last won the day on May 4 2021

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  1. There should be punishment if people fail to hold true to their manifesto promises. I'm happy to be the board policeman (RIP LeazesMag)
  2. Moderate this! Fist is great, I wish I was him.
  3. Nope, not going to happen, what else you got?
  4. Well, that's the thing, I'm not sure. But I do often talk shit about her to the Mrs, or anyone we have round, so maybe the walls are thin enough for her to hear? Fuck her though, her and her adult son have blazing arguments at all times of the day and night about the most mundane shit. "BEN! HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL YOU NOT TO LEAVE THE WINDOW OPEN!" "URGH MUM LEAVE ME ALOOOOONE THIS IS WHY NOBODY LIKES YOU!!" Really interrupts the zen vibes I've got going when working on WIP-Project New Draft 20210821 ver 2.0(7).xlsx
  5. You come at the king, you best not miss. (Disclaimer: Until the above, Dave had no idea about when the election was, let alone when the Brexit Party was formed. This should not in any way take victory from him, because he needs this win.)
  6. Would it though? Would sufficient Tory and Labour voters have leapt from the comfortable familiarity of their regular party to some single issue fad? I'm not so sure.
  7. Yeah, since then, I've had a new kitchen put in, we signed a stack of good players, relationships with one of my neighbours have soured to the point she'll blank my wife and son.
  8. Because there could be legitimate reasons why campaign promises could not be kept. Say Labour win and promise a fuck load of spending on services, but the global economy tanks and now they can't afford it. And surely anybody with enough competence could come up with a whole host of reasons why promise A couldn't be delivered because of instance B.
  9. Well, you should. I'm hilarious. Just wondering, if Kwarteng reverses a lot of the mini-budget to restore some public confidence, couldn't they paint themselves as having listened to the people, while their banker chums pocket the money they made from shorting the pound? Couldn't they turn a reversal into a kind of win for the type of people who need any slither of hope to keep voting for them?
  10. It was nearly a year ago Renton. 10 months is a long time.
  11. No, I know that technically it's a dramatic shift in a fundamental part of our democracy, I was making a light hearted shit joke in the face of unrelenting misery and gloom. Jesus Ewerk, could you not let me have it? Radical... like the fucking Turtles use it. Cowabunga and all that.
  12. How beige a man must you be if altering voting methodology would make you radical?
  13. I warmly remember him telling Rikko that despite his on-hand experience, patient explanations and expertise, Nuclear power doesn't exist. No, he needed proof that wasn't anecdotal, empirical or based on what we'd been lead to believe by the deep state.
  14. Nah, I've not posted on there in ages. Browse on occasion but honestly? It's not as fun when they're not struggling so much.
  15. Can anyone explain to why, like in the world, the Labour party wouldn't be all-in for PR regardless of their current lead in the polls?
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