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Tuesday, 11 May 2010

A Trip to the Bank.

Tuesday, 11 May 2010
Just been to the bank. The bank's in the town centre. The town centre is full of young, mainly pigugly girls with pushchairs containing at least two kids, they wear trackie bottoms and lots of jewellery in holes they make in themselves. The chaps are equally ugly, smelly, cruffy and eat McDonalds in the street.

They don't work.

They don't want to.

They don't need to.

They are mainly unemployable except doing jobs which the Poles are doing nicely.

That's why I don't want Labour.

That's why, if a Labour pact gets into government, I shall opt out of of society completely. Because I can.
Posted by Uncle Marvo at 14:42

Does Uncle Marvo live where I used to?

1 comment:

  1. If the Magna Carta is considered to be one of the great freedom documents of humanitarian law, it seems illogical that the English would not also uphold the principle of good faith in contract to be the determining feature of whether valid contracts exist. Without doing so, it would seem that the Magna Carta could be disavowed otherwise, and the English thrust back into the era before the Magna Carta was ever signed. Further, in not upholding freedom of contract "in good faith," it would subject the English to all manner of fraud, error, coercion, and misrepresentation.


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