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  1. sheeponacid

    Brexit or Eurin?

    So who are the people who protest against capitalism at the EU,G7,8,20 summits, or whatever other G numbers are in fashion at the time? I"ve not seen the right wing protesting against Capitalism, whilst I've been there peacefully expressing my ire, nor Tory Blair left wingers come to think of it. So are the people who protest at these summits products of the left? Well if I match them to many of the posters on here who claim to be left wing, no they can't be. But as @Lambchopreminds me, we are products of the left. So what is the left? Is it those who truly wish to end capitalism, globalisation, who want to create a more fairer, loving, environmentally friendly society...a society with less of the greedy "me syndrome" & are willing to take some initial discomfort, if it means bringing down the current order. Or is it the left who so often post on here, the left that wants to remain part of these greedy corrupt systems that rain austerity down on the poor whilst exploiting the environment & all living things? Who fear any new opportunity for change in case it affects their precious big business, or cuts the supply of cheap labour. Who actually even defend these organisations & cheer lead the opportunities for big business that being a member of these clubs bring, whilst cowering at the thought of big business fat cats deserting them. A left cast in the image of the Tory left of Phoney Blair as opposed to Tony Benn. Capitalists masquerading as socialists? or is the path of being apathetic big business lovers, who couldn't give two figs about the environment, if it affects big business, the true left? If it is...& people with my beliefs are indeed products of the left...then I suppose there must be some sort of Alt left, if we must label it...because I see many posters of the left on here, as being very much to the right of those I have campaigned with for the last 35yrs....practically Tory, maybe even extremely alt right in their attitude to the environment. But that's just my opinion on your statement
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    Picture where you are now(guess where Froggg is)

    Cmon Angry just think of the buzz you'd get, & looking at the prices in some of your boozes, I know your not afraid of getting stung. Anyway...I thought you liked things with a busy flight path? Hug the hive Angry...see it as a tree.
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    Picture where you are now(guess where Froggg is)

    There'll bee a gang of female bees in their, doing a sterling job on climate control. No getting stung by British gas for this household... Although the crime rates pretty high... they often get burgled twice a year.
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    Picture where you are now(guess where Froggg is)

    Hive-zilla ...6 supers on this hive (150lb of honey) & it's still only early July...
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    What's something that you said could never happen, then it did

    The vote for Brexit. 😃👍
  6. sheeponacid

    Brexit or Eurin?

    Sadly I think your right Joe.
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    3rd Runway

    Sod farmland & objections from tree huggers...we should just develop anywhere, & everything that has a chance of a making a few quid.. Sorry Angry but hopefully the proposed 3rd runway will never take off, once it gets to the courts it’ll become plane that it just doesn’t make sense for our environment. Give them trees a hug Angry.
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    Brexit or Eurin?

    Jeez.... I just hope that we don’t suffer a shortage of grape pickers, because with all the whine that’s got through on this thread we certainly need them. By the way do you have any more pearls of wisdom on the EUs position as guardians of Mother Earth? I’m all ears (or eyes as the case may be)...do you still think that the EUs 12 point risk assessment & the CAP in general is what has kept the soil quality & nature so healthy?...oh poo just realised it hasn’t? Who did you say wrote the 12 point risk assessment that the EU use for agricultural chemicals etc ? independent people wasn’t it? Oops you didn’t answer did you... is it the chemical manufacturers themselves by any chance? Still they go through their paces in the EU testing grounds don’t they? Or is two thirds of testing carried out in countries were the laws are let’s say...as lack lustre as the manufacturers can possibly find. But how could this along with the others flaws in the CAP possibily happen? ??? Hmm could it be that it’s not the farmers or the environmentalists etc who are driving things (perish the thought that they may understand the land a little bit)...but people who have strong self interests, & links to heavy industry...Ok these people are obviously the most knowledgeable &, unbiased individuals to safeguard our environment that the EU could find....hence why things are in such good order...ffs I know...that for most on here it’s all about the money, the big business & having a ready supply of cheap labour to do the more undesirable jobs for them..So what I write here doesn’t really matter. Afterall what’s your great grandchildren being able to see the wonderful array of nature that we have had the chance to enjoy safe guarded... compared to having the opportunity of working at airbus? I suspect some on here have probably already done their bit to help with the decline in insect, bird, small mammal numbers?....it takes a tinsy wincy bit of effort to tend an environmentally friendly garden when you’ve sat...let’s say for instance in the office at that beacon of environmental friendlyness, airbus all week... doesn’t it?. So let’s deck the shrubs in planks of wood & slabs of stone tra lal lal lal lar da lar lar lar... I get that natures not your problem, its a problem for others ?... I get that one can’t worry about the environment when the money tree might lose a few notes, i get that it’s your vocation in life to protect that sacred money tree.... So I’m sorry for not concentrating this post on money...& I accept that Brexit May lose the country some big business...but it will also hopefully give us a chance to create a far healthier environment (& a better less money obsessed society) for our future generations...one that the EU has payed lip service to creating but never truly delivered.....It’s not all about the money, ....for some of us... it never was & never will be & I’d give many an airbus for a better environment for our future generations to enjoy. Anyway back on topic...the money issues, & whose going to pick the grapes for Eddie & the rest of us....do they taste a bit sour this year? I suppose it depends on who’s eating them doesn’t it? Decline in songbirds, hedgehogs, & soil qualities anyone? No? Ok I thought not. Finally just chance to throw a bit of chlorine washed chicken in...seems there’s going to a law passed that it’s compulsory to eat it, no freedom to choose any other sort... in fact you have drink a bottle of chlorine with it...just wanted to balance things up for the remain side, seems only fair.
  9. sheeponacid

    Brexit or Eurin?

    Hmm...Not sure your friends well manicured upper middle class hands could cope with some “money for old rope” tending the land? Probably see fruit picking as a bit beneath him, & prefer the less well educated or Johnny Foreigner to do it for him..........interaction with fruit before its punneted in Waitrose, ready to use in his drink while watching the rugger at twickers...perish the thought.
  10. sheeponacid

    Most Overrated Bands of all Time

    Well you can have it Andy.... but ffs we'res my ruddy bilge protection ear plugs gone lol
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    Most Overrated Bands of all Time

    Flip, I couldn't have you feeling like that Andy...so I'll give them until 73 just for you. But i can't push the pre bilge date any further, sorry....Even at 73 my Pinocchi-nose is growing.
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    Most Overrated Bands of all Time

    Their certainly up there....I'd also add in as contenders, in my opinion...Genesis, Elton John, Meatloaf. Rod Stewart, Micheal Jackson, Bowie, the Who & the Bee Gees. Finally the Stones should of quit after the 60s, absolute bilge since, almost 50yrs of stinking the joint out Is just unforgivable...
  13. sheeponacid

    On baby - best punk track ever!

    One of the best bands live...some of their London gigs were absolute chaos.
  14. sheeponacid

    On baby - best punk track ever!

  15. sheeponacid

    On baby - best punk track ever!

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