I hope not.
Cloning and multiple accounts are easier than using someone else account to post stuff because the original account-holder has to give permission in some way.
If it’s not her, then someone should alert her pdq because her name is being falsely discredited.
Nobody doubts John’s intelligence
so you are both more clever even than a totally arrogant smartarse like me????
oh, I shouldn’t have said that. I’m a total klutz at computers, and I’ve been told by several that I’m barking up the wrong tree and have no idea what’s going on here.
ok. I accept this.
you m…[Read more]
Talking of classics.
Jimmy Webb wrote this work-song back in 1968. He told an interviewer, “Some time earlier, I’d been driving around northern Oklahoma, an area that’s real flat and remote, almost surreal in its boundless horizons and infinite distances. I’d seen a lineman on top of a telephone pole, talking on the phone. It was such a…[Read more]
for the record, given the comments of that dipshit q
I don’t wear a skirt as nobody has given me a million pounds to wear one yet.
I will if the money is there…
I dare any of you to make fun of this skirt-wearer
Look, Q, I’ve learned to shrug off the peculiar combination of continual wordplay and unusually limited intelligence (the two don’t normally go together)
the continual poor spelling!
It’s not “you and sceppers are 2 of the biggest hippocrites”,
“you and sceppers are 2 of the biggest hypocrites”.
fgs check the dictionary
Linda, there’s a difference between the real people here, and their online persona.
For real, Cosy may well be everything you say he is.
But online he’s a rogue trader x
Working on a story of my own..maybe
Yes, milky, I agree with you that Labour has failed to connect over Brexit. They’ve lost or are losing their supporters to either the brexit party or to the LibDems/Greens.
The secretive and manipulative attitude of Corbyn’s office is leading to real dissatisfaction among many of his most loyal supporters. Campbell could well have spoken out to…[Read more]
Yes, I’ve been following that.
Not sure how the Labour party is out of touch, though.
I don’t always have time for Jess Phillips, but she seems right there. Christian and Islamic moral rules should remain within the Christian and Islamic communities (provided they don#’t conflict with British laws).
I don’t agree, Linda.
I don’t think they’re characterised by hatred at all.
Self-destruct mechanism – I’m sorry to say that’s what it looks like.
But I’ll say what characterises her poetry another time soon. It’s a different set of emotions than hatred and malice though.
And even if it were hatred. Good poems can be based on hatred – think…[Read more]
This whole crisis is breaking up a lot of people. I’ve seen it here on JC, but it’s happening all over. I personally think it’s because the nationalists have successfully used the issue to mobilise a lot of people, and nationalism is very divisive. My opinion.
It’s also caused deep divisions within families. Some families handle it, but…[Read more]
she did what she felt to be right, and she gave it her all.
But her régime has been very cruel. The UN have recently singled out the system of social care and benefits for condemnation, apart from anything else.
She’s comfortably off, to say the least. Like Farage, she can retire to greener pastures than many of us.
The job she had to…[Read more]
I was trawling in the arts page for the Eliot writing. I know it’s in your poetry forum as well.
I hate the nastiness on here between you and nem, especially when i get mentioned, but there’s nothing I can do to sop it. I just have to put up with it.
The reason I say this, rather than just keep my big gob shut (and perhaps I should have done…[Read more]
it’s a shame that the two of you have got to this state.
But none of my business.
I don’t suppose you remember the name of the thread with your writing on Eliot, by any chance????
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