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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by Seb, May 4, 2017.
Neil, when did you start thinking you can order people on the internet to go to bed?
Currently looking at the list of online members and thinking that there's nothing like some new Red Dwarf to bring loads of former regulars back to the forum.
[Edit] But still no sign of Simulant. I'll get out my binoculars and keep a lookout.
When I told you to go to bed
And you think that I'm going to do anything that you tell me to do?
Get up you
That wasn’t bad Neil. Have a like
Please stop offending me with your gutter language
That is also offensive
You offend enough people on here. Now you're getting some of your own medicine.
Disgraceful behaviour, and proves hypocrisy in calling me out for it.
Why have you started trying to talk like that lately? Makes it look like you're trying to do a cheap @Ant E imitation.
D'oh! Well good to see you anyway, whether it's occasionally or any other sort of visit
Currently thinking of watching The Promised Land again.
Is halfway through the Marvel movie marathon with Alfie. In short, Iron Man rocks. Cap is pretty cool. Thor is boring.
But that's because we just watched Thor 2.
Sat in the garden with a beer and a full belly after just eating a big dinner. The good side of lockdown.
Currently full of hay fever. That's my least favourite part of these warmer months - that and the relentless heat.
Was there something you wanted to say, Ant?
Just seen this https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-52258562 regarding the coronavirus.
Unreal that the bbc are putting this nonsense on their main news page.
'Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte praised the Pope for his "gesture of responsibility" in marking Easter without a congregation'.
'Pope Francis recalled the Biblical account of a woman finding Jesus's tomb empty on the day Christians believe he rose from the dead.
"Then too, there was fear about the future and all that would need to be rebuilt. A painful memory, a hope cut short. For them, as for us, it was the darkest hour," he said.
I find it incredible that thousands of people are dying right now from this awful virus and yet we're given this utter nonsense on our news feeds.
People are DYING and this fairytale is being peddled out. It's disgusting.
Apologies to those of a religious persuasion, but come on. This tosh needs to be condemned for the rubbish it is. Once again, people are DYING and yet we get these few nonsensical lines from a fairytale on the BBC news site??? Ok they're just reporting, but this should not be given air time, in any form. It's ludicrous. Come on ffs
Oh, I missed a bit off the quote:
"Do not be afraid, do not yield to fear: this is the message of hope. It is addressed to us today."
So there you go. Don't be afraid of the killer virus. Nah, there's nothing to worry about. It's probably all in god's plan, I guess. Great message eh? Get to