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ssiri last won the day on September 27 2018

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  1. ssiri

    Such a terrible tragedy!

    One assumed the donors do other philanthropy also, but yes if this is all that galvanises them into action, it does come off as a tad obscene
  2. ssiri

    Such a terrible tragedy!

    That’s what I thought too. They aren’t short of a quid or two
  3. ssiri

    Such a terrible tragedy!

    But hang on. Headline: "Investigators rule out arson after Notre Dame inferno". Buried in the article "Investigators will not be able to enter the cathedral's blackened nave until experts are satisfied its stone walls withstood the heat and the building is structurally sound" Ever feel like your being had.? As a proponent of conspiracy theories - it’s probably just you.
  4. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Deservedly so (the pasting). That bespectacled cretin deserves it. Shame some in the country can’t see it and follow like sheep
  5. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Since JRM and the ERG will be negotiating the future trade deal with the US (who seems to send spokespeople who actually are responsible for leading the US house), he and his motley mob of back benchers are more than qualified to speak on behalf of our Parliament and nation to this trade deal. The cretins
  6. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    My choices are based on quality of the education, ensuring it is well rounded and that it’s continuation is properly resourced. In the current climate in England (las three-eight years) this would mean private schooling, possibly in a secular charter school (a bit like hens teeth). Or getting it abroad. Just saying
  7. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Since most of them live in and around area of Birmingham, they don’t need my advice and you and your opinions would be anything but welcome. Stay in Perth- modern Britain is no place for you (This from the majority of the 90%)
  8. ssiri

    Calling All MAC Experts!!

    Yes, this is what I’d do too. Reboots tend to get the glitch out of the system. I’m a PC person so I’d google black screen of death fix, start up or reboot for your specific model to see what exactly is needed. We have iPhone and iPad tech at home. M Worst case, take it to apple or apple service - in fact, give them a call first before rebooting the device yourself - it can’t hurt.
  9. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    I can vouch for at least 50, and that’s just me. My mates, family and colleagues have their own network also. So yes. It’s still you and your mates with the problem. Caught out well and truly - whether you admit it or not.
  10. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Consider yourself enlightened
  11. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    I’m not sure anyone can be effected. Affected? Yes yes yes. Friends, family and former colleagues. Your response is as I suspected.
  12. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    Quoting statistics at me isn’t going to change how people are actually impacted in their personal finances, and don’t see this so called boom in their favour. Even you are surely sufficiently capable of grasping that?
  13. ssiri

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    It’s Britain that’s burning since June 2016, to coin a phrase