|I wonder how much that would fetch melted down for scrap?
|I'm happy to dob them in
|It seems that HRH went off the colours she had chosen...
... and it all had to be done again.
|Think, Columbo, it must be because they have a lot to hide
|Costly, and neither useful nor ornamental.
In my house, that kind of thing goes to the tip.
|It's an easier target for IDS; they don't move as fast as foxes.
|Just as well she knows the right people
Just like Jackie Smith, remember her?
|We're all Bob Cratchits
|Ewwww... hard one.
Which one is it that lies every time he opens his mouth
|They'll find something... sure won't be their fault.
|It's not supposed to work for the plebs.
Probably does pretty well for the nobs though.
|No improvement there.
Even if it doesn't work for the bulk of us, the South East will like it.
|The only important place.
|And we know who they are...
|Yes, that's right, the load of greedy, unprincipled, unscrupulous swine.
|Oh sod off, your lordship, I mean, Danny. No one gives a stuff.
|So useful, ridding the countryside of all these useless flying animals.
What do pest controllers get paid again?
THAT much? And a helicopter too?
Hell's teeth, I'll get me a job doing that!
|Your mother would be so ashamed of you. She didn't bring
you up to murder innocent animals for fun.
Finally, there were those among us who were irritated that the Queen made a very ill-advised and badly thought-out reference to reconciliation in and with Scotland in her speech this year, completely neglecting, as she did, to mention the two sides of the argument... including the lies and cheating now being revealed about the campaign, and her own unconstitutional involvement. Not to mention her purring down the phone. It was just wrong and did her a considerable amount of harm.
Additionally, sitting in a palace surrounded by immense treasure and wealth, as one of the richest women in the world in her own right, and with rights for life to what must be trillions of pounds worth of art treasures, she had the bloody nerve to talk about how her Christian faith had always guided her actions.
Now I had an idea that the Church demanded that everyone give 10% of their wealth to help the poor (tithe), and Her Majesty, with practically limitless finances, by coincidence, has around a million of her subjects who don't have enough money to feed themselves, clothe themselves or heat their homes. And that's only in her British nation. She is Queen of 15 other countries and several territories!
And yet for all her strong Christian faith which she claims guides her every action, we see no evidence at all that she does much to help those of her peoples in such dire situations. Here's a wee message for her Grace from an ex President of the USA.
Maybe coming from America she will take some notice.
Perhaps too, the UK prime minister, who also claims to be a Christian and that the UK is a Christian Country, and his Minister for Work and Pensions, who apparently, although unbelievably, has pretensions in that direction too, would like to take that on board.