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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Charnwood » Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:16 pm

Don’t worry about us Dave we can look after ourselves, it’s pretty clear we’ll never agree on anything political as we’re way too far apart. I guess we gather our information from different sources as a result of which I still believe he’s living in La La Land. 🤣🤣🤣

If it wasn’t for him being bored at home with Covid, and me rained off from the golf course I’m sure we’d never have engaged in this conversation.

Maybe we’ll move on and discuss the rights and wrongs of Richi’s missus living Non-Dom in the UK so to avoid paying tax, not illegal but surely morally wrong for the wife of the Chancellor whose job it is to close all these loop holes not exploit them.

Boris, “Hey Richi, don’t you think your missus should pay tax just like the rest of us” ?

Richi, “Why the f*ck should we do what we say to others, you don’t” !

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:44 pm

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Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:16 pm
Don’t worry about us Dave we can look after ourselves, it’s pretty clear we’ll never agree on anything political as we’re way too far apart. I guess we gather our information from different sources as a result of which I still believe he’s living in La La Land. 🤣🤣🤣

If it wasn’t for him being bored at home with Covid, and me rained off from the golf course I’m sure we’d never have engaged in this conversation.

Maybe we’ll move on and discuss the rights and wrongs of Richi’s missus living Non-Dom in the UK so to avoid paying tax, not illegal but surely morally wrong for the wife of the Chancellor whose job it is to close all these loop holes not exploit them.

Boris, “Hey Richi, don’t you think your missus should pay tax just like the rest of us” ?

Richi, “Why the f*ck should we do what we say to others, you don’t” !
Andy,
So now you think you know exactly why I'm stuck at home aye, well not surprisingly your wrong on that , Also now that personal dig at me via a 3rd party brings any future correspondence from me to NIL as i promised Dave, and my word is good,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Charnwood » Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:57 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:44 pm
Charnwood wrote:
Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:16 pm
Don’t worry about us Dave we can look after ourselves, it’s pretty clear we’ll never agree on anything political as we’re way too far apart. I guess we gather our information from different sources as a result of which I still believe he’s living in La La Land. 🤣🤣🤣

If it wasn’t for him being bored at home with Covid, and me rained off from the golf course I’m sure we’d never have engaged in this conversation.

Maybe we’ll move on and discuss the rights and wrongs of Richi’s missus living Non-Dom in the UK so to avoid paying tax, not illegal but surely morally wrong for the wife of the Chancellor whose job it is to close all these loop holes not exploit them.

Boris, “Hey Richi, don’t you think your missus should pay tax just like the rest of us” ?

Richi, “Why the f*ck should we do what we say to others, you don’t” !
Andy,
So now you think you know exactly why I'm stuck at home aye, well not surprisingly your wrong on that , Also now that personal dig at me via a 3rd party brings any future correspondence from me to NIL as i promised Dave, and my word is good,

No Covid Woolfie, that’s good news, I thought that was why you said you were struggling in the garden and not going to the footie ?

I didn’t know we’d ended out debate, I thought you were enjoying it ?

Maybe best not to mix footie with politics. Let’s shake hands 🤝 and move on.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Frosty » Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:30 pm

John and Andy you make a good point that we are all old enough to have this debate as long as no-one takes it personally.

I confess although you are right perhaps not to mix footie and politics, but it is quite interesting to have this discussion, my only regret is that it is not in pub together with Marko doing the scoring/refereeing. :D

One thing I can't agree with John is that Winston Churchill deserves the adulation he receives as one of the great British Prime Ministers.

Yes, he was a fantastic orator and the right front man for Britain at the time (much like Zelensky), but most of his decision making throughout his career was nothing short of appalling in my opinion, particularly his stupid military follies which not only took the lives of your finest men, but also of the Dominions finest men. Post both world wars this loss of these generations set the UK and the Commonwealth back years.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:38 pm

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Yeah, who edits these reports for TV?

Had something like that back in January on Reporting Scotland…….. some family in Motherwell who couldn’t make ends meet being interviewed in the lounge of their house which was like feckin Toys R Us. 🤷‍♂️ Kid sitting in the background building a lego theme park FFS. 🤦‍♂️
yeah its amazing but a sign of the times, I know and see loads of folk who say they find it hard to survive, and they drink, smoke and have cats dogs at home,

That Rashford and his mission with School meals is a classic, he said when he was a kid they were lucky to have a loaf of bread every day,
When I was a kid we were lucky to see a loaf of bread a week, and it was a treat to have half an egg if lucky.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:53 pm

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Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:30 pm
John and Andy you make a good point that we are all old enough to have this debate as long as no-one takes it personally.

I confess although you are right perhaps not to mix footie and politics, but it is quite interesting to have this discussion, my only regret is that it is not in pub together with Marko doing the scoring/refereeing. :D

One thing I can't agree with John is that Winston Churchill deserves the adulation he receives as one of the great British Prime Ministers.

Yes, he was a fantastic orator and the right front man for Britain at the time (much like Zelensky), but most of his decision making throughout his career was nothing short of appalling in my opinion, particularly his stupid military follies which not only took the lives of your finest men, but also of the Dominions finest men. Post both world wars this loss of these generations set the UK and the Commonwealth back years.

As i said Dave, once it starts getting to personal insults things will change,
Although i agree with the total waste of lives in both wars ( which i lost uncles i will never meet or know) or any wars on both sides.
your last underlined quote,I would answer with "what would have happened to the UK and our great Commonwealth if we had lost", that's the real question,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Frosty » Sat Apr 09, 2022 12:17 am

goldandblack wrote:
Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:53 pm
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Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:30 pm
John and Andy you make a good point that we are all old enough to have this debate as long as no-one takes it personally.

I confess although you are right perhaps not to mix footie and politics, but it is quite interesting to have this discussion, my only regret is that it is not in pub together with Marko doing the scoring/refereeing. :D

One thing I can't agree with John is that Winston Churchill deserves the adulation he receives as one of the great British Prime Ministers.

Yes, he was a fantastic orator and the right front man for Britain at the time (much like Zelensky), but most of his decision making throughout his career was nothing short of appalling in my opinion, particularly his stupid military follies which not only took the lives of your finest men, but also of the Dominions finest men. Post both world wars this loss of these generations set the UK and the Commonwealth back years.
Although i agree with the total waste of lives in both wars ( which i lost uncles i will never meet) or any wars on both sides.
your last underlined quote, what would have happened to the UK and our great Commonwealth if we had lost, that's the real question,
To be honest John, I think this is the very question that gets missed so many times, and I accept it's a bit of a 'what if' scenario'.

I cannot see how Britain could have ever 'lost' either world war.

Yes, Europe (the continent) may have come under German control for a period, but they never had enough man power to ever retain control from the Urals to the Atlantic, don't forget Russia had them already on the ropes long before D Day.

Britain (an Island off the coast of Europe :wink: ) would never have been invaded by Germany (operation Sea Lion was a ruse), the reason being is that Germany had a limited Navy and absolutely no amphibious vessels, coupled with the fact that the far larger Royal Navy wouldn't have sat back at this point and would have stopped them crossing anyway.

People bang on about the German airbourne forces, they tried that on Crete and although they secured the Island they were basically decimated in the process. They never tried another major airbourne operation after this if memory serves me correct.

Yes the battle of the Atlantic would have still taken place, but the USA needed markets open so would have always, even if surreptiously have supported the UK. As it was Hitlers greatest mistake was declaring war on the USA after Japan attacked Pearl Harbour which meant the USA came in on the Allies side anyway.

I personally don't think the threat from Germany to the UK was as great as it is made out by Churchill.

However, the sacrifice of Britain to assist in helping Europe's innocents against a sick regime is unquestionable and was a noble cause. This however is for a different reason of being at war against Germany rather than the risk of Germany defeating the Island nation of the UK.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sat Apr 09, 2022 12:36 am

Frosty wrote:
Sat Apr 09, 2022 12:17 am
goldandblack wrote:
Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:53 pm
Frosty wrote:
Fri Apr 08, 2022 11:30 pm
John and Andy you make a good point that we are all old enough to have this debate as long as no-one takes it personally.

I confess although you are right perhaps not to mix footie and politics, but it is quite interesting to have this discussion, my only regret is that it is not in pub together with Marko doing the scoring/refereeing. :D

One thing I can't agree with John is that Winston Churchill deserves the adulation he receives as one of the great British Prime Ministers.

Yes, he was a fantastic orator and the right front man for Britain at the time (much like Zelensky), but most of his decision making throughout his career was nothing short of appalling in my opinion, particularly his stupid military follies which not only took the lives of your finest men, but also of the Dominions finest men. Post both world wars this loss of these generations set the UK and the Commonwealth back years.
Although i agree with the total waste of lives in both wars ( which i lost uncles i will never meet) or any wars on both sides.
your last underlined quote, what would have happened to the UK and our great Commonwealth if we had lost, that's the real question,
To be honest John, I think this is the very question that gets missed so many times, and I accept it's a bit of a 'what if' scenario'.

I cannot see how Britain could have ever 'lost' either world war.

Yes, Europe (the continent) may have come under German control for a period, but they never had enough man power to ever retain control from the Urals to the Atlantic, don't forget Russia had them already on the ropes long before D Day.

Britain (an Island off the coast of Europe :wink: ) would never have been invaded by Germany (operation Sea Lion was a ruse), the reason being is that Germany had a limited Navy and absolutely no amphibious vessels, coupled with the fact that the far larger Royal Navy wouldn't have sat back at this point and would have stopped them crossing anyway.

People bang on about the German airbourne forces, they tried that on Crete and although they secured the Island they were basically decimated in the process. They never tried another major airbourne operation after this if memory serves me correct.

Yes the battle of the Atlantic would have still taken place, but the USA needed markets open so would have always, even if surreptiously have supported the UK. As it was Hitlers greatest mistake was declaring war on the USA after Japan attacked Pearl Harbour which meant the USA came in on the Allies side anyway.

I personally don't think the threat from Germany to the UK was as great as it is made out by Churchill.

However, the sacrifice of Britain to assist in helping Europe's innocents against a sick regime is unquestionable and was a noble cause. This however is for a different reason of being at war against Germany rather than the risk of Germany defeating the Island nation of the UK.
When i was a kid i lived on a site which had been bombed in the war and lives lost, all the big cities lost thousands, cant say we were not under any
chance of losing that fight,
If it wasn't for the USA late intervention there is no mistake the Germans wouldn't have stopped in Europe . plus Russia would have continued where the Germans had failed without the USA,

In history Winston had to make some really hard decisions, Winston had the backbone we needed. in hindsight like Boris today we can all criticise the decisions and mistakes he made,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by marko69 » Sat Apr 09, 2022 1:00 am

Pretty darn decent WWI & WWII knowledge in here. :shock:
Didn’t take history & both grandads dead when I was young.
Do like reading this stuff ——>> sponge for knowledge.
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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sat Apr 09, 2022 9:45 pm

marko69 wrote:
Sat Apr 09, 2022 1:00 am
Pretty darn decent WWI & WWII knowledge in here. :shock:
Didn’t take history & both grandads dead when I was young.
Do like reading this stuff ——>> sponge for knowledge.
SpongeMarko A$$CrackPants.
I think we were lucky compared to our fathers, mothers and families, being born just after the war, i lost both my granddads during the war and some uncles, a lot of kids around us only had the one parent and no dad, also i cant remember any of my uncles or Aunts ever talk about the war and what they did and saw, my mum worked in an ammunition factory that was bombed,
I always remember at at the small school hundreds of bombers going over on their way to the Suez Crisis and us running to the bomb shelters thinking they were the Germans coming back.
As i said we was lucky to have missed it all cause the early 50s was the start of the free world for us, thanks to Winston,

Now its out of choice to have children, get rid of the dad and live off the state, another topic :wink:

Good news for an independent country, and those sticky little EU fingers wont be getting a jot of it, Thank You Boris & Rishi Sunak,and more for those Right wing socialists and re-mainers to pick the bones out of,

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Post by Charnwood » Sun Apr 10, 2022 7:49 pm

…. and so says the Sunday Mail so it must be true 🤣🤣🤣

mmmmmm … how are we doing with Richi and his missus paying their taxes ? … any news of that in the weekend press ?

I tried to buy a “Sunday Times” today at Heathrow Airport and the guy in WH Smith said it was the most popular Sunday Newspaper and was sold out, we’ve got hundreds of Sunday Mails he said ? ….,.. No thanks mate I’d rather read the Beano ☹️

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Post by Andym » Sun Apr 10, 2022 7:55 pm

I won’t allow the HateMail in my house. It’s done more harm to this country than anything else in my opinion.
Geordie Greg to over as editor a year or so ago when the dreadful Paul Dacre retired. But he wasn’t extreme-right-wing enough so they sacked him.
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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:00 pm

Andym wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 7:55 pm
I won’t allow the HateMail in my house. It’s done more harm to this country than anything else in my opinion.
Geordie Greg to over as editor a year or so ago when the dreadful Paul Dacre retired. But he wasn’t extreme-right-wing enough so they sacked him.
The owner, Lord Rothermere, is another non dom, a status he inherited from his father.
Me neither Andym, I haven't purchased a national news paper in years, they all have their own agenda and axe to grind especially as you say the Mail.

I have always made my own mind up on things in life, wont be changing anytime soon pal.
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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Andym » Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:07 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:00 pm
Andym wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 7:55 pm
I won’t allow the HateMail in my house. It’s done more harm to this country than anything else in my opinion.
Geordie Greg to over as editor a year or so ago when the dreadful Paul Dacre retired. But he wasn’t extreme-right-wing enough so they sacked him.
The owner, Lord Rothermere, is another non dom, a status he inherited from his father.
Me neither Andym, I haven't purchased a national news paper in years, they all have their own agenda and axe to grind especially as you say the Mail.
Indeed, they are all as bad. My dad was a newsagent, I used to look at them all. I’m sure when I was younger they used to give you facts (with their own political slant) and encourage you to think. Now they tell you what to think. I hate them all.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:13 pm

Andym wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:07 pm
goldandblack wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:00 pm
Andym wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 7:55 pm
I won’t allow the HateMail in my house. It’s done more harm to this country than anything else in my opinion.
Geordie Greg to over as editor a year or so ago when the dreadful Paul Dacre retired. But he wasn’t extreme-right-wing enough so they sacked him.
The owner, Lord Rothermere, is another non dom, a status he inherited from his father.
Me neither Andym, I haven't purchased a national news paper in years, they all have their own agenda and axe to grind especially as you say the Mail.
Indeed, they are all as bad. My dad was a newsagent, I used to look at them all. I’m sure when I was younger they used to give you facts (with their own political slant) and encourage you to think. Now they tell you what to think. I hate them all.
when i was an apprentice back in the day all the older guys used to read the Sun, Mirror, Express, etc, to wind them up i used to buy the Morning Star,
actually made more sense than our rags ( better lies lol) wasn't to poplar that with them,

thats what meant about the TV news these days, I'm interested in the news not their opinions on things

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by marko69 » Sun Apr 10, 2022 9:34 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:13 pm
when i was an apprentice back in the day all the older guys used to read the Sun, Mirror, Express, etc, to wind them up i used to buy the Morning Star,
actually made more sense than our rags ( better lies lol) wasn't to poplar that with them,

thats what meant about the TV news these days, I'm interested in the news not their opinions on things
George & Lynne. Always worth buying the Mirror to read their lifestyle shenanigans.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sun Apr 10, 2022 10:06 pm

marko69 wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 9:34 pm
goldandblack wrote:
Sun Apr 10, 2022 8:13 pm
when i was an apprentice back in the day all the older guys used to read the Sun, Mirror, Express, etc, to wind them up i used to buy the Morning Star,
actually made more sense than our rags ( better lies lol) wasn't to poplar that with them,

thats what meant about the TV news these days, I'm interested in the news not their opinions on things
George & Lynne. Always worth buying the Mirror to read their lifestyle shenanigans.
Always remember went to stay with an Uncle and Aunt down in Boscombe Hants, his paper used to come through the door, my Aunt used to Iron it, fold it neatly and no one could touch it until he came home from work, had his dinner then read the paper, when my Aunt wasnt looking i used to cut the sport pages out at the back and read them down the park, he never ever noticed it probably cause i don't think he ever got to the sport, Well living in Hampshire sport was a foreign thing to them, lol
Wolvo was the dead opposite, they read starting at the back first until the sport ran out then lit the fire with it ,

Funny thing they were both Bus Drivers and both had the same name Eddie, thats about where it stopped,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

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Opps, Sorry this was meant for the joke thread, :wink: well i find him a joke,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Charnwood » Tue Apr 26, 2022 7:19 pm

…. don’t we all, and herein lies the problem and the reason why we have a joke of a Prime Minister. The problem with British politics is that the leaders of the major political parties are all seen as a joke as is Britain, and the further you travel the more evident it becomes. Only in Brainwashed Britain is Boris seen as the Messiah.

Being in the US at the moment has also made me aware of just how much the value of the pound has dropped against the dollar to its lowest level since June 2020. There really isn’t much going well for Boris’s Britain at the moment.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Tue Apr 26, 2022 8:33 pm

Charnwood wrote:
Tue Apr 26, 2022 7:19 pm
…. don’t we all, and herein lies the problem and the reason why we have a joke of a Prime Minister. The problem with British politics is that the leaders of the major political parties are all seen as a joke as is Britain, and the further you travel the more evident it becomes. Only in Brainwashed Britain is Boris seen as the Messiah.

Being in the US at the moment has also made me aware of just how much the value of the pound has dropped against the dollar to its lowest level since June 2020. There really isn’t much going well for Boris’s Britain at the moment.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Tue Apr 26, 2022 9:07 pm

Charnwood wrote:
Tue Apr 26, 2022 7:19 pm
…. don’t we all, and herein lies the problem and the reason why we have a joke of a Prime Minister. The problem with British politics is that the leaders of the major political parties are all seen as a joke as is Britain, and the further you travel the more evident it becomes. Only in Brainwashed Britain is Boris seen as the Messiah.

Being in the US at the moment has also made me aware of just how much the value of the pound has dropped against the dollar to its lowest level since June 2020. There really isn’t much going well for Boris’s Britain at the moment.

as promised NO COMMENT, but dream on in your beliefs,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

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It looks like you’ve deleted your original response and opted for the far easier “No Comment” option, maybe you deleted it because you’ve checked the content some of which was totally incorrect and complete tosh.

My beliefs are shared by many, unfortunately not by those who are happy to gather their knowledge from the Daily Express or Daily Mail which have to share much of the blame for the mess Britain is currently in.

Sadly whilst our political parties are led by clowns, nothing is likely to change anytime soon. I just hope Chief Clown doesn’t take us into a war with Russia.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Thu Apr 28, 2022 2:56 pm

Charnwood wrote:
Thu Apr 28, 2022 6:38 am
It looks like you’ve deleted your original response and opted for the far easier “No Comment” option, maybe you deleted it because you’ve checked the content some of which was totally incorrect and complete tosh.

My beliefs are shared by many, unfortunately not by those who are happy to gather their knowledge from the Daily Express or Daily Mail which have to share much of the blame for the mess Britain is currently in.

Sadly whilst our political parties are led by clowns, nothing is likely to change anytime soon. I just hope Chief Clown doesn’t take us into a war with Russia.

Funny really, I always laugh at folk who say “and that’s my last say on the subject” then go on to write 3or 4 novels in replies on the thread
After writing my deleted post I suddenly thought, I’ve just done exactly the same thing, and as I’m normally good to my word I deleted it, actually I deleted it twice as the first post was a bit against my morals,

My Quote in an earlier reply
“Andy,
So now you think you know exactly why I'm stuck at home aye, well not surprisingly your wrong on that , Also now that personal dig at me via a 3rd party brings any future correspondence from me to NIL as i promised Dave, and my word is good”


But glad you read it as it confirms why I said the above quote in the first place, :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by Charnwood » Fri Apr 29, 2022 6:42 am

goldandblack wrote:
Thu Apr 28, 2022 2:56 pm
Charnwood wrote:
Thu Apr 28, 2022 6:38 am
It looks like you’ve deleted your original response and opted for the far easier “No Comment” option, maybe you deleted it because you’ve checked the content some of which was totally incorrect and complete tosh.

My beliefs are shared by many, unfortunately not by those who are happy to gather their knowledge from the Daily Express or Daily Mail which have to share much of the blame for the mess Britain is currently in.

Sadly whilst our political parties are led by clowns, nothing is likely to change anytime soon. I just hope Chief Clown doesn’t take us into a war with Russia.

Funny really, I always laugh at folk who say “and that’s my last say on the subject” then go on to write 3or 4 novels in replies on the thread
After writing my deleted post I suddenly thought, I’ve just done exactly the same thing, and as I’m normally good to my word I deleted it, actually I deleted it twice as the first post was a bit against my morals,

My Quote in an earlier reply
“Andy,
So now you think you know exactly why I'm stuck at home aye, well not surprisingly your wrong on that , Also now that personal dig at me via a 3rd party brings any future correspondence from me to NIL as i promised Dave, and my word is good”


But glad you read it as it confirms why I said the above quote in the first place, :lol: :lol: :lol:

Even funnier is your original post which said …..

”A good topic to discuss”.

Which you forgot to add……

as long as you agree with me.. 😮

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Fri Apr 29, 2022 2:12 pm

Charnwood wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 6:42 am
goldandblack wrote:
Thu Apr 28, 2022 2:56 pm
Charnwood wrote:
Thu Apr 28, 2022 6:38 am
It looks like you’ve deleted your original response and opted for the far easier “No Comment” option, maybe you deleted it because you’ve checked the content some of which was totally incorrect and complete tosh.

My beliefs are shared by many, unfortunately not by those who are happy to gather their knowledge from the Daily Express or Daily Mail which have to share much of the blame for the mess Britain is currently in.

Sadly whilst our political parties are led by clowns, nothing is likely to change anytime soon. I just hope Chief Clown doesn’t take us into a war with Russia.

Funny really, I always laugh at folk who say “and that’s my last say on the subject” then go on to write 3or 4 novels in replies on the thread
After writing my deleted post I suddenly thought, I’ve just done exactly the same thing, and as I’m normally good to my word I deleted it, actually I deleted it twice as the first post was a bit against my morals,

My Quote in an earlier reply
“Andy,
So now you think you know exactly why I'm stuck at home aye, well not surprisingly your wrong on that , Also now that personal dig at me via a 3rd party brings any future correspondence from me to NIL as i promised Dave, and my word is good”


But glad you read it as it confirms why I said the above quote in the first place, :lol: :lol: :lol:

Even funnier is your original post which said …..

”A good topic to discuss”.

Which you forgot to add……

as long as you agree with me.. 😮
A good topic to discuss YES, ( and always enjoy proper debates).
a good topic to turn into insulting folk NO. Andym and Frosty seemed to have there opinions without all that crap,
I for one wont be turning this thread into a slagging match, and a point winning ego trip,
am sure the owner of this great site and moderators don't need me to retaliate to the personal stuff, and bring the site into disrepute then locked.
So lets leave it there for the best, OK.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by marko69 » Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:40 pm

How about we draw a line under the political side of things but keep the Boris thread.

What about Becker eh?

2 and a half years in federal “pound me in the A$$” prison! Wow! :shock:

Got to pay yer taxes, Boris.

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:58 pm

marko69 wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:40 pm
How about we draw a line under the political side of things but keep the Boris thread.

What about Becker eh?

2 and a half years in federal “pound me in the A$$” prison! Wow! :shock:

Got to pay yer taxes, Boris.
Well he now has a new meaning to Serving his time Marco. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by marko69 » Sat Apr 30, 2022 8:21 am

goldandblack wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:58 pm
marko69 wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:40 pm
How about we draw a line under the political side of things but keep the Boris thread.

What about Becker eh?

2 and a half years in federal “pound me in the A$$” prison! Wow! :shock:

Got to pay yer taxes, Boris.


Well he now has a new meaning to Serving his time Marco. :lol: :lol: :lol:
https://youtu.be/oBzvMLW0ii4

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by goldandblack » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:24 pm

marko69 wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 8:21 am
goldandblack wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:58 pm
marko69 wrote:
Fri Apr 29, 2022 8:40 pm
How about we draw a line under the political side of things but keep the Boris thread.

What about Becker eh?

2 and a half years in federal “pound me in the A$$” prison! Wow! :shock:

Got to pay yer taxes, Boris.


Well he now has a new meaning to Serving his time Marco. :lol: :lol: :lol:
https://youtu.be/oBzvMLW0ii4

:lol sure there is going to be loads of jokes with him being in court to serve time, sure we can come up with a few on here,

: so he got 30 months in total, so will serve probably 15 months with good behaviour. then he's out on licences after he serves half his sentence so is that just over 7 months actually in prison, ? think that's enough ,

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Re: Arrise Sir Boris

Post by marko69 » Sat Apr 30, 2022 1:48 pm

Hopefully he's served some juice.

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