Guido is still at it

sgtpepperband

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Maxi, did you actually read the wording on the blue plaque in very cleverly produced photo? Think this is more "Diamond Lil's" than "Current Affairs"... :wink:
 
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sgtpepperband said:
Maxi, did you actually read the wording on the blue plaque in very cleverly produced photo? Think this is more "Diamond Lil's" than "Current Affairs"... :wink:
Whilst Guido may not suit the socialists amongst us I feel he give whiolly appropriate comment on current affairs, and Yes I did read the wording, and thohg it wholly appropriate.

Of course if Gordon tells us we will have to move it elsewhere, but until then I would suggest it is in the right place.

The overall purpose was just to show that despite his success with e-mailgate Guido has not taken his eye of the expenses game either.

I must admit, having watched the dying days of the last Labour government at least then whilst they were as incompetant as the numpties we have now, one did feel they were at least honest.
 

sgtpepperband

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'Kinnell, Maxi. Cut down on the coffee, mate... I was not disagreeing with the relevance of the story, but merely trying to inject a bit of humour into it, in much the same manner of the source of the photograph... :shock: :thumright:
 
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sgtpepperband said:
'Kinnell, Maxi. Cut down on the coffee, mate... I was not disagreeing with the relevance of the story, but merely trying to inject a bit of humour into it, in much the same manner of the source of the photograph... :shock: :thumright:
Not enough coffee is more like the problem, had my head deeep *********** of SAP for too long and that does terrible thing to the mind.

Even so this is a serious subject.
 

sgtpepperband

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I despair... Maxi - I expected a little more humour from you. As I said previously, I agree that the subject of corrupt MPs is a very serious one. However the source of the 'joke' blue plaque that you posted is not; it was orchestrated by members of a design company called "Don't Panic" Online.
 
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sgtpepperband said:
I despair... Maxi - I expected a little more humour from you. As I said previously, I agree that the subject of corrupt MPs is a very serious one. However the source of the 'joke' blue plaque that you posted is not; it was orchestrated by members of a design company called "Don't Panic" Online.
Clearly you have not worked with SAP, when I have got this task completed what resembles a sense of humour may return but until then I may well be grumpier than usual.
 

sgtpepperband

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Hmm, tempted. And although my Warrant Card allows me access to many places, I doubt I would be able to get within pissing distance of Number 10 before getting caught... :shock: :wink:
 
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sgtpepperband said:
Hmm, tempted. And although my Warrant Card allows me access to many places, I doubt I would be able to get within pissing distance of Number 10 before getting caught... :shock: :wink:
Now that's a shame, would have been a public service too.
 

sgtpepperband

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...Hmm, I'm as game for a laugh as much as the next non-conformist, but I'd rather like to keep my pension, if you don't mind! :thumright:
 
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sgtpepperband said:
Hmm, tempted. And although my Warrant Card allows me access to many places, I doubt I would be able to get within pissing distance of Number 10 before getting caught... :shock: :wink:
You'd be surprised how far you can get with a bit of bullshit and a sheaf of ID cards.
 
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