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  1. Claims not to really have been that good friends with the guy in the first place and not to have seen him in 4 years, but then decides to fly accross the Atlantic and stay in his house to tell him be doesn't want to be friends any more. If I didn't know someone that well, hadn't spoke to them in 4 years, and they were recently outed as a sex offender I would probably just continue with not speaking to them. Like the previous 4 years. How daft does he think we are? Also, that man has never been to Pizza Express in his life. Like David Cameron pretending to support Aston Villa (or was it West Ham?) and Gordon Brown saying he likes the Artic Monkeys. Pick something the "common man" likes, that'll get them onside....
  2. The "I only went to see him to tell him I couldn't see him" is the exact same defence you see on these nonce hunter videos when they get caught.
  3. Ah yes, the print media. No agendas there. No sir. Well known for being completely transparent and upstanding.
  4. These are hilariously expensive. I rented a place with one for a few months and was out topping it up what seemed like every other day. Should be pretty easy to swap as long as you have a reasonable credit rating. Have a look on the money saving expert website they've got loads of stuff on energy bills, switching, finding the best deals etc. Pretty useful.
  5. Averaging somewhere between 3 and 4 quid a day at the moment according to the smart meter display. 3 beds. Wood burner on most of the day. First winter in this house but seems to retain heat much better than the last one. Decent insulation and new double glazing helps. EDF currently have my direct debit set to £25 a month due to building up loads of credit over the summer. We'll see how long that lasts....
  6. They missed out the fine for leaking official club documents
  7. Conversation with the mother in law recently. I live in England. This is a woman who works 50 hours a week in 2 jobs to make ends meet, doesn't own her own home and I suspect has little in the way of pension provision. I didn't get out of her who she will be voting for but she won't be voting for Labour because Corbyn "terrifies" her. When pressed on this she was unable to elaborate. I suspect she will vote for the tories to "get brexit done". People down here are so consumed with getting out of the EU that they haven't stopped for a moment to think how the next government is going to affect their lives in any other way. We live in a fairly safe tory seat so in reality this sort of thing probably won't make too much difference here but I'm sure its replicated across the country. When you ask them why they want out of the EU they can't even give proper reasons apart from the usual sound bites about "being ruled from Brussels" etc
  8. Cups are for drinking out of. Not measuring ingredients.
  9. Recipie is in fucking cups. Americanised nonsense.
  10. This sort of stuff is particularly bad living down here in Englandshire. "Jimmy Krankie". "Oh she's just like Hitler, she wants to be a dictator". When challenged it usually transpires these sort of people have barely even watched an interview of her, let alone have any idea of the SNPs policies or what it is actually like living under an SNP government in Scotland.
  11. The media have been constantly parroting how bad it is going to be for the last several years that the general public now seem to accept this as fact. When you actually challenge people about what in particular they dislike about the man they generally can't come up with much of substance apart from nonsense like "he can't even tie his tie properly" but hey if it was on BBC news and the front page of the Daily Mail then it must be right eh? The fact the press in this country seem to be so terrified of the man is another reason to vote for him as far as I'm concerned. If he was a power hungry careerist like most of the people who rise to high office in politics in this country then he wouldn't have spent most of his years on the back benches. I actually believe he wants the best for the country and cares about ordinary people. I couldn't say that about Johnson or Swinson. As I live in England now, Labour will be getting my vote for the first time ever in my life. Still hope to see the SNP wipe everyone out in Scotland, mind.
  12. I've used a few. Private Internet Access, Express VPN & currently using Nord VPN. Can't say I've noticed a massive difference in service/speed levels and my main motivation for jumping around providers has been price. A lot of them do cheap introductory or renewal offers. If you're going to be using Netflix etc then they seem to be cracking down on this. I've found it difficult to get Nord to work with Netflix although admittedly I haven't made a massive effort on this as it is not my primary reason for using a VPN. I've never really had any concerns over data harvesting. Yeah they have all your information but in this day and age so do loads of other people.
  13. Hibs to concede a goal after the 85th minute. Bartley to boss the midfield.
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