UKC

/ Trump, how long has he got?

This topic has been archived, and won't accept reply postings.
David Cohen - on 14 Apr 2018

Well, it seems that the special prosecutor is getting closer to pay dirt.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43761555

Pence however, I'm not sure that is much of an improvement.

1
Columbia753 - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to David Cohen:

You seem to be playing UKC poker on here with all your 'posts.' Funny how the surname of this chap is same as yours.   But of course thats not your real name.............

Post edited at 12:14
4
Offwidth - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Columbia753:

He explained his posting volume elsewhere... laid up with an injury. What has the name coincidence got to do with anything?

Columbia753 - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Offwidth:

Of course we all have screen names that are what ever we want, but on both points seems weird too me. Have to remember not is all what it seems behind many a key board on the net that's all. 

Post edited at 13:04
2
David Cohen - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Columbia753:

Would it make you happier if I had called myself Gritstoneg-d?

I've got my Waitrose delivery in the next 16 minutes (I hope) then it's a ready meal a shower then a taxi to the pub to watch the football, PS come on Soton!

Pursued by a bear - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to David Cohen:

He seems to have an attention span of about five minutes.

T.

David Cohen - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Pursued by a bear:

That's a bit harsh on Conte  

It's s shame he's probably going to get sacked as I think him, Klopp and Guardiola are good for the league.

Pursued by a bear - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to David Cohen:

I once knew a man with a wooden leg.

T.

David Cohen - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Pursued by a bear:

Was he religious or just prosthetic?

 

Pursued by a bear - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to David Cohen:

Normalsome, with austere variations.

T.

Columbia753 - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to David Cohen:

Waitrose delievery, why did we need to know that?   Do you have a Harrords card?   Oh you must be important / special..........Not.  Ha ha

Bet you will be watching THE wedding and waving your little flag like a true royalist. 

Via Republic, punk, rock music and any thing that annoys those in power.

4
Offwidth - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Columbia753:

A comparison to Harrods is inverse snobbery at its worst. Waitrose is part of the John Lewis partnership, its not posh its just one of the most expensive of the standard chains and its a darn sight more ethical to shop there (or at the Coop) than most other big chains. 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lewis_Partnership

Also weekly shop cost surveys have surprising results at times (apologies if the Mirror is a  bit upmarket for you):

https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/cheapest-places-your-shopping-revealed-9692235

Yours, a republican and punk fan.

Post edited at 15:34
Columbia753 - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Offwidth:

Ethical shopping yes fine but normally it costs more. When your on limited resources those pounds count. 

The Mirror, would not wipe my arse with the thing.  Independent, Guardian, Metro if buying one. 

And lastly 'Never mind all that bollocks'  am takin the xxxx out him slightly is the norm on here at times. Funny

His shopping choices are irrelevant........you know.  

Via republic............an down with fascist regime. 

 

2
Ridge - on 14 Apr 2018
In reply to Columbia753: 

> Via republic............an down with fascist regime. 

Why would we go anywhere via a republic?

1

This topic has been archived, and won't accept reply postings.