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Keith Milner
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Telecoms Consultant, occasional actor, and musician.
Telecoms Consultant, occasional actor, and musician.

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A yummy lunch: fried egg on mushrooms and asparagus on crusty sliced bread.
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Prime Minister Theresa May is thankful to everyone for focussing on Tim Farron's attitude to gay sex, and not her voting record on gay rights.

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All this general election malarkey and noise.
Simple solution, block the Tories.

Here's a guide for anyone interested

http://e.infogr.am/stop_the_tories-0?src=embed

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This would be interesting...
Could a Lib Dem anti brexit stance gain seats from the pro brexit parties of Labour and conservative?

This is the sort of shit that goes on in US sororities:

Phi Sigma Sigma (PSS) secretly stands for Philanthropic Social Society. However, this is never written down or recorded (until now) because it is so "sacred". The Handshake consists of a series of motions. Member A first begins with the pointer finger and the thumb surrounding Member B's pointer finger and thumb. This is the "Phi". Then Member A wraps the remaining fingers, middle, ring and pinky around the hand as a symbol of the "Sigma". Depending on who is the senior member, the pinky finger is wrapped around the older member's hand. Next is the hand knock. It goes Knock. Pause. Knock. Pause. Knock, knock, knock. The meetings are set up usually with the President, VP and other officers sitting at the front. The President wears a yellow or gold robe and the officers wear royal blue robes. The remaining members sit across from the officers in a pyramid formation with the base closest to the officers and the apex farthest from the officers. Members are seated by class order, then by alphabetical order. The table at which the President and Vice President are seated consists of candles on each side. Two gold candles and one blue at each corner of the table. Members usually recite an oath, "We, the members of Phi Sigma Sigma, promise to keep secret and sacred all of our proceedings." The way to enter the pyramid is by using the hand knock to notify the members you are wanting to enter the room. The President will respond back with her gavel by repeating the knock. The person will enter then travel to the apex of the pyramid formation. The President will say the secret and sacred words "Remove the Veil" and then the member will respond back with the Chapter's name, example, "Zeta Eta." The Gold and King Blue symbolize "Perpetuity" and "Sincerity". At initiation, blue "veils" (tulle from the local fabric store) are placed on the heads of the potential new members and are later removed to symbolize some sort of occult transformation and that they are full-fledged members.

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WTF +G Suite ?


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I stopped using Facebook a few years back (and eventually deleted my account). There were a few reasons for this, but one key one was I realised I was wasting my life scrolling through my Facebook stream, and I realised it was doing the opposite of making my life better. I certainly didn't feel any closer or "more connected" with the people I had as "friends" on Facebook.

It's not just Facebook of course. Too much of any social networking is bad, but Facebook encourages obsession and over-use (it's part of their business model).

From what I have seen Tumblr is as bad, if not worse. I also know people who seem to be obsessed with Reddit.

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EU laws that were oppressive and harmful to UK interests are now perfectly acceptable because they've been copied onto British government headed paper, according to Brexit supporters today.

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The FBI investigating the actions of individuals is only indicative of their guilt when they are investigating someone else, according to Trump supporters today.

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Driving a car into crowds of people is a terrorist tactic for which you need complex instructions from the Internet, according to the Daily Mail.
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