Pages: 1 ... 241 242 243 [244] 245 246 247 ... 284   Go Down
Print
Author Topic: Coronavirus  (Read 158476 times)
bamboonoshop

Offline Offline

Posts: 4769


Chief Feather Ruffler


WWW

Ignore
« Reply #3645 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 17:19:41 »

A couple weeks back, a mate asked me to do a mock up of the newly released government slogan. Most will know the background of the words used but they apply so incredibly accurate to the imposters we have in parliament.

Ardiles reminded me Smiley


* GovMockUp6_COI_Myke.png (129.69 KB, 615x619 - viewed 68 times.)
Logged

COYR WAWRAWA COYR
Flashheart

Online Online

Posts: 28750


FUCK YEAH! ©ô



« Reply #3646 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 17:21:35 »

"Inveigle"

I had to google that. I look forward to using it.
Logged

I like it firm and fruity.
bamboonoshop

Offline Offline

Posts: 4769


Chief Feather Ruffler


WWW

Ignore
« Reply #3647 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 17:46:44 »

"Inveigle"

I had to google that. I look forward to using it.

It is a good 'un, not sure if it's been used/seen on the TEF before. But if you know what show those three terms come from, you'll definitely have seen it before Smiley
Logged

COYR WAWRAWA COYR
RWB Robin

Offline Offline

Posts: 437




Ignore
« Reply #3648 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 18:21:40 »

Grant Shapps was appalling in dealing with the Cummings affair, on the National Briefing this afternoon,  trying to avoid answering, referring repeatedly to the Deputy chief scientific officer, and looking extraordinarily shifty.
Logged
Reg Smeeton
Walking Encyclopaedia

Offline Offline

Posts: 34689





Ignore
« Reply #3649 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 18:24:02 »

It is a good 'un, not sure if it's been used/seen on the TEF before. But if you know what show those three terms come from, you'll definitely have seen it before Smiley

TEF has been around a longish time and lots of stuff has gone on in the past.... a good thing is it is mostly retrievable.

So inveigle.....   quoting myself from 2006

Quote
I lost a bit of respect for Reeeeves, when I saw him in a drinking establishment I frequent, out with Iffy and Woan.   Not because of that, but the rough dog he was trying to inveigle himself upon in a darkened corner.....come on  I know he's no oil painting and from Birkenhead, but even old footballers should have more class and leave the rough stuff to us mere mortals.
Logged
Ardiles

Offline Offline

Posts: 10902





Ignore
« Reply #3650 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 18:26:00 »

It is a good 'un, not sure if it's been used/seen on the TEF before. But if you know what show those three terms come from, you'll definitely have seen it before Smiley

Just one previous recorded use of the word - by Reg 14 years ago.

Alan Reeves SIGNS ....

I lost a bit of respect for Reeeeves, when I saw him in a drinking establishment I frequent, out with Iffy and Woan.   Not because of that, but the rough dog he was trying to inveigle himself upon in a darkened corner.....come on  I know he's no oil painting and from Birkenhead, but even old footballers should have more class and leave the rough stuff to us mere mortals.

Edit: Beaten to it by the man himself!
Logged
Bogus Dave
A pretend Dave.

Offline Offline

Posts: 15213





Ignore
« Reply #3651 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 19:50:58 »

See Cummins was spotted numerous times out and about in Durham, flouting the rules

Also see grant shapps has said itís up to people to decide how they follow the rules, which is a bizzare take

What an absolute incompetent bunch of idiots. How many of the cabinet could you see being competent enough to be a senior manager at your job??
Logged

Things get better but they never get good
StfcRusty

Offline Offline

Posts: 727




Ignore
« Reply #3652 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 19:51:22 »

Mirror have played a blinder here.  Release the first story.  Allow all the Cabinet to come out saying Cummings had done nothing wrong.  And then release the second story.  Bravo.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/dominic-cummings-ignored-coronavirus-lockdown-22075857

Dominic Cummings ignored coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time to visit his parents more than 250 miles away, the Sunday Mirror can reveal.

Boris Johnsonís top aide was spotted with his wife in Houghall Woods near the familyís Durham home two weeks after the first sighting.

Fellow walkers said they were taken aback to see the Prime Ministerís senior official so far from London at the height of the lockdown on April 19

Logged
Reg Smeeton
Walking Encyclopaedia

Offline Offline

Posts: 34689





Ignore
« Reply #3653 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 19:57:43 »

 Sorry Ardiles.

 I've now got this horrible image in my head of Reeeves, slobbering all over this bird, wonder if it was his missus?

 I'm minded to think that was the time of protests against the running and ownership of STFC.  Why should it be there was enough fire in the bellies of some fans then, but not now  Hmmm
Logged
pauld

Offline Offline

Posts: 22596





Ignore
« Reply #3654 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 20:04:31 »

Mirror have played a blinder here.  Release the first story.  Allow all the Cabinet to come out saying Cummings had done nothing wrong.  And then release the second story.  Bravo.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/dominic-cummings-ignored-coronavirus-lockdown-22075857

Dominic Cummings ignored coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time to visit his parents more than 250 miles away, the Sunday Mirror can reveal.

Boris Johnsonís top aide was spotted with his wife in Houghall Woods near the familyís Durham home two weeks after the first sighting.

Fellow walkers said they were taken aback to see the Prime Ministerís senior official so far from London at the height of the lockdown on April 19


And for those who've missed the significance of the second shoe dropping, Gove, Sunak, Suellerman, Hancock and No 10 all today came out to defend Cummings on the grounds that he was just doing what was best to ensure his young son could be looked after (which is bullshit, but it was their line). But April 19th was after Cummings had returned to work having recovered from the virus. So even that excuse doesn't stand. He just doesn't think the rules, or the laws, apply to him. Or any of them. Classic Dom.
Logged
Arriba

Offline Offline

Posts: 20723





Ignore
« Reply #3655 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 20:05:52 »

See Cummins was spotted numerous times out and about in Durham, flouting the rules

Also see grant shapps has said itís up to people to decide how they follow the rules, which is a bizzare take

What an absolute incompetent bunch of idiots. How many of the cabinet could you see being competent enough to be a senior manager at your job??

The first instance was inexcusable yet Tory sycophants have tried today. They will again with this too  Popcorn
Logged
Batch
Thingie

Offline Offline

Posts: 41778





Ignore
« Reply #3656 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 20:17:17 »

cockroaches survive.

it's going to be buried after the initial wave of indignation. disgusting.
Logged
pauld

Offline Offline

Posts: 22596





Ignore
« Reply #3657 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 21:21:21 »

Durham police now coming out to contradict No 10 lie that they didn't speak to Cummings' family by confirming they spoke to his father at his request. Lie upon lie upon lie.
Logged
Flashheart

Online Online

Posts: 28750


FUCK YEAH! ©ô



« Reply #3658 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 21:26:16 »

The tories could settle this with an apology. Instead they choose to drag it out.

I'm not suggesting that Cummings did it deliberately as a distraction, but it may be turning out to be convenient that he did.

LOOK --- THERE'S A DEAD FUCKING CAT ON THE TABLE.
Logged

I like it firm and fruity.
donkey
Cheers!

Offline Offline

Posts: 6232


He headed a football.




Ignore
« Reply #3659 on: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 21:28:46 »

Durham police now coming out to contradict No 10 lie that they didn't speak to Cummings' family by confirming they spoke to his father at his request. Lie upon lie upon lie.

Do you have a link, Paul?
Logged

donkey tells the truth

I headed the ball.

eeeeeeeeeeeeeee-aaaaaaaawwwwwww
Pages: 1 ... 241 242 243 [244] 245 246 247 ... 284   Go Up
Print
Jump to: