Ar you kidding me? I'll copy and paste what I wrote at 14:48 @Gary Taylor it may be from the article i referenced but i do not agree with that quote. that's misrepresentation. It'd be better if the world was governed with egalitarianism rather than one sex ruling and the other not. Presently it is still man's world with much work to do to redress that imbalance. ...
Yes but it's hard to keep up with your editing and re-editing. Growing weary, have you tried a nap?
so it is, I hadn't scrolled up enough. Hey they're both back up there. Bizarre. I'm not calling anyone, I can take a little misrepresentation, you needn't have removed the women ruling the world post in the first place.
It is misrepresentation as I never wrote that I agree with that quote, that was your opinion. As you deleted the quote this conversation now lacks a reference point. And 'trying to face both ways at the same time' once more can you clarify what you mean? You removed the Steve Coogan quote about his character being right-wing and a little Englander too. Why? I just wanted to read the ...
You needn't have taken the quote down, I'm not going to call the cops or my lawyer. Rest easy. Why don't you cite your references? Did you just check whether you're anything like Alan Partridge on wikipedia or something? Paranoid.
@Gary Taylor it may be from the article i referenced but i do not agree with that quote. that's misrepresentation. It'd be better if the world was governed with egalitarianism rather than one sex ruling and the other not. Presently it is still man's world with much work to do to redress that imbalance.
@Gary Taylor thank you for keeping us entertained, you never fail to make us laugh here. very Partridge-esque with a dose of David Brent too!
Interesting if you live in Cromer, Norfolk.
So if Marie Chadwick wins a seat in parliament the Speaker of the House would refer to her as the 'right honourable Maid for Newton Abbot'? Or whatever local phraseology is relevant to the Speakers home town or Westminster?
@burnside. Fair point, I was only looking at the Newton Abbot constituency, it depends on how many Labour or Green supporters votes tactically for the Lib Dems versus how many UKIP supporters vote Tory, which is highly likely given Brexit. The rest of Devon looks like a blue-wash in waiting, bar Exeter. I don't dream of a Lib Dem victory, but that's the second worst option after the Tory ...