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bliddy hell...Wacky and his mates get everywhere.. :(

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Aren't imaginary people talking to you more like your mystic mates? :(

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bliddy hell...Wacky and his mates get everywhere.. :lol:

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Aren't imaginary people talking to you more like your mystic mates? :(

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mine are'nt imaginary and their no dwarves... :(

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bliddy hell...Wacky and his mates get everywhere.. :lol:

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Aren't imaginary people talking to you more like your mystic mates? :(

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mine are'nt imaginary and their no dwarves... :(

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Just seven words in that sentence. Seven. And you managed both of those errors!

 

We need a spelling forum.

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bliddy hell...Wacky and his mates get everywhere.. :lol:

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Aren't imaginary people talking to you more like your mystic mates? :(

180241[/snapback]

 

mine are'nt imaginary and their no dwarves... :(

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Just seven words in that sentence. Seven. And you managed both of those errors!

 

We need a spelling forum.

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and what's even worse is I hate people spelling words incorrectly and using bad grammar...aahh fuck it Im' tyred i is and board... :lol:

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Guest alex
bliddy hell...Wacky and his mates get everywhere.. :lol:

180237[/snapback]

Aren't imaginary people talking to you more like your mystic mates? :(

180241[/snapback]

 

mine are'nt imaginary and their no dwarves... :(

180242[/snapback]

 

Just seven words in that sentence. Seven. And you managed both of those errors!

 

We need a spelling forum.

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and what's even worse is I hate people spelling words incorrectly and using bad grammar...aahh fuck it Im' tyred i is and board... :lol:

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Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all.

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Having said that, it's not as if he consulted the dwarves when it came to reaching a verdict. Why not sack all Christian judges for praying to some higher power in their spare time? Or any judges with any religious beliefs at all, because it's all the same.

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Having said that, it's not as if he consulted the dwarves when it came to reaching a verdict. Why not sack all Christian judges for praying to some higher power in their spare time? Or any judges with any religious beliefs at all, because it's all the same.

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I'm not religious but I can see a difference between faith in religion and believing in 3 imaginary dwarves.

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Having said that, it's not as if he consulted the dwarves when it came to reaching a verdict. Why not sack all Christian judges for praying to some higher power in their spare time? Or any judges with any religious beliefs at all, because it's all the same.

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I'm not religious but I can see a difference between faith in religion and believing in 3 imaginary dwarves.

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How about believing in 8-armed elephant gods?

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Having said that, it's not as if he consulted the dwarves when it came to reaching a verdict. Why not sack all Christian judges for praying to some higher power in their spare time? Or any judges with any religious beliefs at all, because it's all the same.

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I'm not religious but I can see a difference between faith in religion and believing in 3 imaginary dwarves.

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How about believing in 8-armed elephant gods?

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Still different. One belief suggest to me indoctrination while the other suggests mental illness.

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Having said that, it's not as if he consulted the dwarves when it came to reaching a verdict. Why not sack all Christian judges for praying to some higher power in their spare time? Or any judges with any religious beliefs at all, because it's all the same.

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I'm not religious but I can see a difference between faith in religion and believing in 3 imaginary dwarves.

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What's the problem again? High Court judges are all loopy to a man in England especially.

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I was in the USA when they first showed the Monty Python series

 

one morning I was approached by a colleague who asked if the judges in the sketch were thy all change out of robes and wigs into womens clothing after a trial were the same as "High Court judges here"

 

I said yes and he went off shaking his head shouting "DISGUSTING FILTH"

 

and there is a well known story that during the Profumo/Ward affarir someone told MacMillan that 4 High Court Judges had been involved in some bizzarre sex orgy - he put his head in his hands and muttered "Two I could believe but FOUR......."

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I was in the USA when they first showed the Monty Python series

 

one morning I was approached by a colleague who asked if the judges in  the sketch were thy all change out of robes and wigs into womens clothing after a trial were the same as "High Court judges here"

 

I said yes and he went off shaking his head shouting "DISGUSTING FILTH"

 

and there is a well known story that during the Profumo/Ward affarir someone told MacMillan that  4 High Court Judges had been involved in some bizzarre sex orgy - he put his head in his hands and muttered "Two I could believe but FOUR......."

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You know how they love to dance under a full moon at midnight.

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I was in the USA when they first showed the Monty Python series

 

one morning I was approached by a colleague who asked if the judges in  the sketch were thy all change out of robes and wigs into womens clothing after a trial were the same as "High Court judges here"

 

I said yes and he went off shaking his head shouting "DISGUSTING FILTH"

 

and there is a well known story that during the Profumo/Ward affarir someone told MacMillan that  4 High Court Judges had been involved in some bizzarre sex orgy - he put his head in his hands and muttered "Two I could believe but FOUR......."

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On a Pythonesque tangent; saw the ancient Greek philosophers v German Political luminaries football match for the first time in ages the other day.

 

Quality moments were:

 

1. Commentator: "Beckenbaur, a surprise inclusion there"

2. Karl Marx warming up on the sideline

3. The Greeks winning goal after Archimedes Eureka moment. Quality goal tbf and fucking hilarious! :(

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Just seven words in that sentence. Seven. And you managed both of those errors!

 

We need a spelling forum.

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Coincidence? I think not. Hi-Ho!

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In my experience, I don't see how this could really make the law any more arbitrary.

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doing jury service once the prosecution stated the accused had removed the gearbox from a (stolen) car

 

the judge then crossquestioned a witness who had walked past and asked him if he'd spotted the gearbox was missing........... and he was insistent... obviously no idea of what a gearbox was.....

 

the lawyers went purple, the jury were open mouthed, the police sergeant was whistling and watching the ceiling..............

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doing jury service once the prosecution stated the accused had removed the gearbox from a (stolen) car

 

the judge then crossquestioned a witness who had walked past and asked him if he'd spotted the gearbox was missing...........  and he was insistent... obviously no idea of what a gearbox was.....

 

the lawyers went purple, the jury were open mouthed, the police sergeant was whistling and watching the ceiling..............

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Remember the judge who hadn't heard of Gazza (at the height of his post-Italia '90 fame iirc)? I think his comment was "'The only Gazza I've heard of 'La gazza ladra' " or similar (i.e. the opera).

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He has a responsibility to establish that everyone in court knows what everyone else is talking about but that example is one of the greats!!!

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