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3 minutes ago, ICTChris said:

The guy he lost it to had to leave politics after he was caught paying a male prostitute to defecate on him.

Mark Oaten = potty mouth.

Hard to believe he had to pay someone to do that tbh, I imagine there would have been hundreds of thousands at least who would have paid good money to take a dump on his face.

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28 minutes ago, ICTChris said:

The guy he lost it to had to leave politics after he was caught paying a male prostitute to defecate on him.

"Let's play politician and voter. You be the politician, I'll be the voter"

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1 hour ago, San Starko Rover said:

Jim Murphy after he’s “We won’t lose a single seat to the SNP” then lost his own seat to the SNP along with pretty much every seat Labour had.

Jim Murphy Loses Seat To The SNP on Make a GIF

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1 hour ago, sergie's no1 fan said:

Jim Murphy Loses Seat To The SNP on Make a GIF

Labour are down to just 16% in that seat now, and 12% in the corresponding Westminster constituency.

Oh how the mediocre have fallen.

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As a young idealistic left back in 97 the removal of the darling of the right Michael Portillo by Stephen Twigg was hilarious.      Probably the best thing that ever happened to the former.

Love watching his programmes and listening to his podcasts as he has such a fascinating back story.  Both parents who were fervent socialists, he himself was a Labourite before becoming thoroughly fed up with Labour during the latter stages of the Wilson government and defecting to the Tories.  One of the reasons given was the appointment of the milk snatcher as leader as he thought at the time it was fantastically progressive to have a female leader.     Interestingly when he went back to spain to do his railway show he wore the colours of the Republican Flag during the civil war.    See there is still  a lefty in there somewhere.

 

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5 hours ago, ICTChris said:

The guy he lost it to had to leave politics after he was caught paying a male prostitute to defecate on him.

The Lib Dems were quick to dump [on] Mark Oaten. 

I enjoy seeing arrogant numpties like Nick Clegg and Jo Swinson lose their seats.  

 

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The Lib Dems were quick to dump [on] Mark Oaten. 
I enjoy seeing arrogant numpties like Nick Clegg and Jo Swinson lose their seats.  
 
Sturgeon's reaction to Swinson losing is up there as one of the best moments in an election.

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1 hour ago, Tynierose said:

As a young idealistic left back in 97 the removal of the darling of the right Michael Portillo by Stephen Twigg was hilarious.      Probably the best thing that ever happened to the former.

Love watching his programmes and listening to his podcasts as he has such a fascinating back story.  Both parents who were fervent socialists, he himself was a Labourite before becoming thoroughly fed up with Labour during the latter stages of the Wilson government and defecting to the Tories.  One of the reasons given was the appointment of the milk snatcher as leader as he thought at the time it was fantastically progressive to have a female leader.     Interestingly when he went back to spain to do his railway show he wore the colours of the Republican Flag during the civil war.    See there is still  a lefty in there somewhere.

 

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He was tipped up as a potential leader. A definite chosen one of Thatcher. I remember being absolutely blootered in Strathclyde Union when he lost his seat. It was fucking pandemonium! Lager showers and folk going tonto. Unforgettable scenes.

But I really enjoy his tv shows and away from frontline politics he seems a really decent guy.

 

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1 hour ago, Tynierose said:

As a young idealistic left back in 97 the removal of the darling of the right Michael Portillo by Stephen Twigg was hilarious.      Probably the best thing that ever happened to the former.

Love watching his programmes and listening to his podcasts as he has such a fascinating back story.  Both parents who were fervent socialists, he himself was a Labourite before becoming thoroughly fed up with Labour during the latter stages of the Wilson government and defecting to the Tories.  One of the reasons given was the appointment of the milk snatcher as leader as he thought at the time it was fantastically progressive to have a female leader.     Interestingly when he went back to spain to do his railway show he wore the colours of the Republican Flag during the civil war.    See there is still  a lefty in there somewhere.

 

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You’re not abusing your position to delete posts are you?

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3 minutes ago, Granny Danger said:

You’re not abusing your position to delete posts are you?

That would have been me as it was not the type of post needed and fine you know it.Also we never delete things only hide them.

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Just now, keithgy said:

That would have been me as it was not the type of post needed and fine you know it.Also we never delete things only hide them.

I’m pretty sure I’ve read much worse on here.  You have a pinned thread that guesses when people will die.  Seems your sensibilities are triggered by some strange things.

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48 minutes ago, speckled tangerine said:

He was tipped up as a potential leader. A definite chosen one of Thatcher. I remember being absolutely blootered in Strathclyde Union when he lost his seat. It was fucking pandemonium! Lager showers and folk going tonto. Unforgettable scenes.

But I really enjoy his tv shows and away from frontline politics he seems a really decent guy.

 

Ha ha, me too! What a night that was.

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7 minutes ago, GAD said:

Ha ha, me too! What a night that was.

It was a night to remember eh? I went to a lecture at 11am the next day, fell over a chair as I was still shitfaced and was asked to leave.😆

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6 minutes ago, speckled tangerine said:

It was a night to remember eh? I went to a lecture at 11am the next day, fell over a chair as I was still shitfaced and was asked to leave.😆

Yeah, Thursday was always a big night back then, not just in the union but at a lot of the clubs in the city as well, and 17 year old me could basically get blootered for a tenner. I had a tutorial at 10am on a Friday that I don't think I attended if I remember correctly. I was very lucky to get through first year.

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3 minutes ago, GAD said:

Yeah, Thursday was always a big night back then, not just in the union but at a lot of the clubs in the city as well, and 17 year old me could basically get blootered for a tenner. I had a tutorial at 10am on a Friday that I don't think I attended if I remember correctly. I was very lucky to get through first year.

I remember watching that evening with my dearly departed dad who was the biggest Labour supporter going and I will never forget the enjoyment he had as the results poured in that night.

Great viewing.

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6 minutes ago, GAD said:

Yeah, Thursday was always a big night back then, not just in the union but at a lot of the clubs in the city as well, and 17 year old me could basically get blootered for a tenner. I had a tutorial at 10am on a Friday that I don't think I attended if I remember correctly. I was very lucky to get through first year.

The counting house had opened not that long before too. So you could easily drink yourself to the point of Jon Bonham levels of alcohol poisoning for pocket money prices all day. Thursday's were great nights in Glasgow!

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1 hour ago, DeeTillEhDeh said:
2 hours ago, Bishop Briggs said:
The Lib Dems were quick to dump [on] Mark Oaten. 
I enjoy seeing arrogant numpties like Nick Clegg and Jo Swinson lose their seats.  
 

Sturgeon's reaction to Swindson losing is up there as one of the best moments in an election.

Sturgeon's reaction to Amy Callaghan winning is up there as one of the best moments in an election. 

 

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