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  1. In Topic: Grinding Shed Redux!

    Posted 28 Sep 2009

    View Post Alexander, on 23 September 2009 - 03:00 PM, said:

    Too late the hero. Where have you been? You missed the pink version.



    I have commitment issues.
    Life is busy. My creative faculty is dulled and feeble.
  2. In Topic: Grinding Shed Redux!

    Posted 22 Sep 2009

    I don't like change. And this is much to bright and cheery for my liking.

    Bring on the basement dwelling morlocks.
  3. In Topic: Political Participation

    Posted 8 Jun 2009

    The BNP secures two EU seats.

    On 'protesting by abstaining':

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    Mr Griffin was elected to Brussels even though the BNP polled fewer votes in the region than it had in 2004 - but the slump in Labour support meant its share of the vote increased.


    On proportional representation:

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    although the BNP came fifth in the popular vote in the region the party won a seat through the system of proportional representation used in the European elections.
  4. In Topic: Political Participation

    Posted 5 Jun 2009

    View Post Alexander, on Jun 5 2009, 07:14 AM, said:

    GPWM. I just suppose it would be nice to vote *for* a political party rather than *against* one, but that might have as much to do with my own standards as it does about the choices available - ie, I dislike all politicians.


    Well you know what they say - if you can't find someone worthy of voting for, be someone worthy... the Alexander King Upstanding Bloke Party...
  5. In Topic: Political Participation

    Posted 4 Jun 2009

    I don't think that's any less valid than any other motive; you've voted because you prefer one political outcome to another, even if neither are satisfactory to you, which is what most people who vote do.

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    04 Apr 2007 - 19:29
    As a googlesearch for "pricktease" confirms.
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    Mr_Fred_Smith Icon

    25 Mar 2007 - 20:32
    Anhedonic sex machine.
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