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  • Commented on A bright and shiny hell
    Thanks, will follow up...
  • Commented on A bright and shiny hell
    Get where you are coming from but when I am saying Sharia (to clarify) I'm saying slightly less than Taliban Sharia but still Sharia. As in Niqab compulsory not burqa, and whippings from the religious police if you don't comply....
  • Commented on A bright and shiny hell
    Thanks, will check out...
  • Commented on A bright and shiny hell
    '(A survey in Indonesia found that the percentage of population who had and used facebook accounts exceeded the percentage who said "yes" when asked if they had internet access by a number corresponding to over ten million people.' Fascinated here,...
  • Commented on A reminder
    Sorry Paws also meant to respond to your: "not every homeless person wants a permanent address" Most homeless people are desperate for an address. As in actual homeless people with no support at all and no hope of any. Not...
  • Commented on A reminder
    paws, seriously? Why did you mention your mates in the first place? it's not like they are real homeless people, I was (trying) actually to make a point why vulnerable and homeless people don't get a voice in elections in...
  • Commented on A reminder
    paws4thot, for reals? You know a couple of people personally who prefer 'no fixed abode' and that translates to homeless people everywhere? who don't have rich rellies who can pull them out of their rebellion at any time? Happy days...
  • Commented on A reminder
    When I said you didn't buy into our paltry human shit and spats I meant it as both a compliment and a interrogatory on my previous readings. I can obviously do better, and I would like to think I may...
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    Guilty as charged, Pigeon. I won't even try to blame autocorrect, it was all in my own head. Maybe I am seeing Minvera as the Jungian archetypical Roman Goddess rather than a random bot. Scary huh?...
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    I realised I lost my sense of humour somewhere in the discussion above and found it jetskiing down the river cos it was pissed off with me and looking for a bit of action it wasn't getting at home. It...
  • Commented on A reminder
    I know you meant well but 'ouch'. I'm old enough to remember buying textbooks from both waves brand new :) All good...
  • Commented on A reminder
    'The discussion over 2nd/3rd wave feminism to me is all a bit passe' I disagree with your take on the EC Moz, me, hierarchy but that's just me. Which was my original point. No-one I know is either 2nd or...
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    Plus if you ate me, I'd suspect the indigestion really wouldn't be worth it as I am built from structures, you haven't yet imagined. Just so we're clear......
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    'Or perhaps I'm genuinely using the vocative genitive case, raging against your species, not particular individuals therein?' And I've got a bridge you may be interested in buying... Nice try, not buying... :)...
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    First off. apologies to anyone I may have offended on my last comment (or any other one). My bad, I got too cranky and should have taken a step back before I posted (this doesn't mean I agree with Moz,...
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    On this, we 100% agree EC....
  • Commented on A reminder
    See Moz, you didn't even do me the favour of responding to me personally. You just set up a general beacon to all assuming I would read this. (Which I did, but I had to go back and check) That's...
  • Commented on A reminder
    What Moz said (and I quote) 'This is not simple stuff like "abortion: good or bad?", it's ... hmm, simple examples... "two drunk people have sex: when is it rape, and of whom?" and "the sex industry contains both slaves...
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    Awwww EC, Internet hugs to you....
  • Commented on A reminder
    Moz, I took your comments on board given all your comments, not just the one I pulled you up on. You seem to think I see EC as a troll. Well yes and no, he's a fixture here and has...
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    Comedy Gold my son, you are the gift that keeps on giving. I'm still wondering if this is a Poe - you tread that beautiful line between satire and odiousness. 'I never said that we had precise data' Well yeah,...
  • Commented on A reminder
    *off* the pot not *of* the pot, thank you autocorrect....
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    Look EC, if what you said in your last comment was true (and for the sake of argument, let's assume it is) then why point me back to 1970 when I was 3 years old and expect me to run...
  • Commented on A reminder
    You don't owe me or anyone else a sorry :)...
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    Oh well done Sir. 'Perhaps I should point out' (you stupid woman, get on board with my priorities already) 'an almost identical definition of paternalism occurs in every dictionary I have looked at' because looking at feminist scholarship is beneath...
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    Congratulations Elderly Cynic. Until your last comment, I thought you might be doing the satirical Poe rather than just general trolling and MRA type dissatisfaction :) I give you 10/10 for mansplaining feminism (and your reference to Encyclopaedia Britannica was...
  • Commented on Duelling - Essentially a Bloody Stupid Idea
    You make a good point (and one I hadn't thought of - thanks), but it's still easier to crawl out the window at ground level than at 40,000 feet with a life jacket a torch and a whistle but no...
  • Commented on Playtime is over
    'I grew up attending a synagogue with older folks who had numbers tattooed on their arms. Don't try to tell me I'm jumping at shadows here.' Wasn't my intent at all and sorry you took that from my comment. My...
  • Commented on Playtime is over
    Nope they didn't think he would fix everything, (and I didn't vote for him and have no skin in the game) but he at least listened to their fears and concerns while the Dems flew over them and expected their...
  • Commented on Playtime is over
    I get this from the way he talked, what he said, and (most importantly) what he didn't say. How my female (and some male) professional colleagues felt about him having seen his speeches, met him and read what he had...
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