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feral chile last won the day on September 25 2016

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  1. feral chile

    General News Discussion

    Saw on tv there's doubt that the families will ever be reunited.
  2. feral chile

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    I can't remember it being a big deal like Traingate on these boards. Don't get me wrong, I think it's a non issue, just like the Corbyn stuff. I just don't think people here are as impartial and objective as they think they are. And that's fine too. We're all entitled to our opinion. There are former politicians I feel emotional about. It'd be nice to see that acknowledged.
  3. feral chile

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    So you're saying he's held it in an affluent area and subsidised it for affluent punters, whereas Merthyr Rising charged for an event aimed at disadvantaged punters for an event in a deprived area? That makes sense, and would fit in with my ill formed sense of mild betrayal and newfound cynicism.
  4. feral chile

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    The location put me off this I'm not sure why. It's something to do with it not gelling with Corbyn's man of the people image. I can't rationalise that sense any more than that. The other thing is the issue of free transport etc. When I mentioned that I wasn't able to attend Merthyr Rising, forfeiting the cost and wasting the ticket, a friend who is very political was outraged that it wasn't free, because it was intended as a celebration of the working classes etc. I know union subsidation has not been popular on here. I don't feel myself politically sophisticated enough to understand all the implications. Can anyone enlighten me?
  5. feral chile

    Got any gigs coming up?

    My friend, who is a fan, thought the sound quality wasn't good, and too reminiscent of Bowie, which made it bitter sweet for her. I loved them though.
  6. feral chile

    Got any gigs coming up?

    Saw Psychedelic Furs on Wednesday. It was my first night out for ages, and on a school night. Did me the world of good, sat up in the balcony with a perfect view.
  7. feral chile

    Trains and Bricks.

    Therefore you'd expect Labour supporters not to be accusing the leader of lying and faking it, while defending May around the Windrush fiasco, which was a tad more important.
  8. feral chile

    Trains and Bricks.

    Has Corbyn? Is his perceived character important?
  9. feral chile

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    I thought the same, was actually posting this till I heard the 'socialist nanny state' comment on the news, and that he alternates objections and filibustering.
  10. feral chile

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    Ssh 2011. LJS will object.
  11. feral chile

    Trains and Bricks.

    Oh wow. Pot. Kettle SNP. Devolution. When was the Scottish referendum again? Oh yes, 2014. 2 years before he who must not be named staged a sit in on a train.
  12. feral chile

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    It's a perfect example of you.
  13. feral chile

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    Yes, it's ridiculous.
  14. feral chile

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    You keep bringing it up, as you did this time.
  15. feral chile

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    But you can't remember. Yet you keep recycling traingate to have a pop at me. Pity they didn't have supporters to defend them, bless them.
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