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 on: Today at 02:04:14 pm 
Started by Emperor - Last post by YooperModerator
^, ^^ (^^^) - Off Topic after Moderator request, see above: CancerianLogic, this is your first warning but since you have been warned and banned in the past, if this happens again or if there is another warning it will be a permanent ban.  Jane - same goes for you, first warning, second a permanent ban.  YM

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 on: Today at 01:29:57 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Stephanie
Now that Waity is claiming to be pregnant the Viper suddenly struck a deal with Baby London!
http://www.partypieces.co.uk/thepartytimes/?p=24843
Watch out for all those freebies coming Waity's way now. Carole making lovepotion for Wills

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 on: Today at 01:14:34 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by gingerboy24
^They spin so many lies, very sceptical that the truth is being told.  Also, if she is supposedly that bad the trip would have been cancelled immediately.  What about wimpo saying at Oxford he was now looking after wasty. That didn´t last long did it.  This family remind me of that tale about the boy who cried wolf and there wasn´t one.  One day there was, he cried wolf and nobody bothered.  So many lies keep coming of palace/CH pr that I no longer believe until there is proof. Sad, but true.

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 on: Today at 01:06:36 pm 
Started by Snokitty - Last post by Freya
I honestly think if this turns out as close a run as is indicated it should be stopped. You can't have a situation where half want one thing and half another and neither get what they want and there has been so much ill will stirred up it will take a generation to subside.

It appears the Govt were so bloody cocky about the No being a given they didn't put the usual caveats in place such as a minimum turnout (although that looks like it may be 75%) but they should also have written into it that in order for it to be binding there would have to be, say, a 75% in favour either way

This is the most awful situation and the news today is all about the Govt promising the earth for a No vote. Which would create even more problems.


Alex Salmond was also expecting a no vote which is why he has promised the Scottish people the moon without considering how it will be paid for. He has no idea what currency will be used and how he find the money to support that currency.

When the Scottish people say that they did not vote for Cameron then I feel like replying I did not vote for Brown and Darling. It was on their watch that the financial crisis happened. I was not particularly keen on George Osborne initially but I have to say that the UK has come of recession better than some of our European neighbours.

I agree that the Government need to keep a grip on what they are promising.

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 on: Today at 12:52:20 pm 
Started by Snokitty - Last post by rainbow
Greenspan a voice of reason? The man who let irrational exuberance go unchecked in the late 1990s, leading up to the dot com crash?  Mmmmm. Must say they are really going for it. Even obama weighing in. Remind me again how America really failed after divorcing the uk? Lol

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 on: Today at 12:43:53 pm 
Started by Snokitty - Last post by Snowdrop
I honestly think if this turns out as close a run as is indicated it should be stopped. You can't have a situation where half want one thing and half another and neither get what they want and there has been so much ill will stirred up it will take a generation to subside.

It appears the Govt were so bloody cocky about the No being a given they didn't put the usual caveats in place such as a minimum turnout (although that looks like it may be 75%) but they should also have written into it that in order for it to be binding there would have to be, say, a 75% in favour either way

This is the most awful situation and the news today is all about the Govt promising the earth for a No vote. Which would create even more problems.

Rather disconcerting too that still many people haveno voting papers

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 on: Today at 12:37:38 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by Stephanie
I would say at KP as it says Waity is so-couch- sick puking against the ceiling and all that she can't travel.
So Ma is at KP at last.

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 on: Today at 12:33:59 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by True Brit redux
Thanks for that Stephanie interestingly it says she was looked after by her mother, Carole, but not where. Isn't this mag one that the Midds are (ahem) close to?

She cannot possibly have HG or the trip would have been cancelled full stop. Oh to be a fly on the wall.

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 on: Today at 12:30:59 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by Stephanie
http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_20853427,00.html
The Viper is at KP.

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 on: Today at 12:30:51 pm 
Started by Snokitty - Last post by True Brit redux
I honestly think if this turns out as close a run as is indicated it should be stopped. You can't have a situation where half want one thing and half another and neither get what they want and there has been so much ill will stirred up it will take a generation to subside.

It appears the Govt were so bloody cocky about the No being a given they didn't put the usual caveats in place such as a minimum turnout (although that looks like it may be 75%) but they should also have written into it that in order for it to be binding there would have to be, say, a 75% in favour either way

This is the most awful situation and the news today is all about the Govt promising the earth for a No vote. Which would create even more problems.

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