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Khanivor 41,724 posts
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Sadly that's a meaningless difference, especially without detail about the complaints.
Edited by Aargh. at 21:02:44 29-08-2012
Fair enough, numbers are a long way from being my bag =)
Keep pointing these things out, because there's plenty of genuine shit out there without having to make any up. I'll take a bigger pinch of salt with that guy next time.
Two blogs I'd like to draw attention to today.
One by James
One by SteelRiverBoy
Both are serving police officers. I've spoken to both a good deal and met one of them in person. They are good men doing a fairly thankless job and like many, many officers, are both extremely worried by how bad things might get for us if the cuts continue.
I positively encourage you to share the links.
disusedgenius 6,063 posts
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How does modern China finance their public services so differently then?
EyeLand wrote:What are you talking about?
If you go into the banking stuff - Kenedy got shot cause he challenged banks, most probably.
It was because he was going to reveal the existence of aliens, everyone knows that.
glaeken 11,374 posts
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Every time this thread pops up I automatically think have they not done this yet? What's taking so long.
robthehermit 4,586 posts
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Last I heard, Kennedy was living in a retirement home with Elvis doing battle against an ancient Egyptian mummy.
mal 23,747 posts
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LaserShark wrote:I dunno whose sock you are yet, but that made my laugh.
Kennedy wasn't shot, that was actually a lizard-alien from an alternate dimension disguised as Kennedy. The real Kennedy is still alive, travelling the universes, hoping that his next leap will be the leap home.
New health secretary is one of these. Article from 2009. Relevant today.
Oddly enough Thailand is another country with a reasonable amount of liquid capital rather than debts.
Didn't know that, I'll have to read up.
Three top Tories call for NHS to be dismantled
Edited by MetalDog at 21:36:06 05-09-2012
I posted a bit about the homeopathy thing in the general politics thread (I think it was there, anyway).
I think a lot of long-standing ideological chickens are trying to come home to roost. Cameron, for example and the Sheehy report - it failed before, he's trying again. Reality does not, as you say, appear to impact him on the matter.
It's like the country is in the hands of the worst sort of middle management. They don't understand the work on the floor that they're exercising changes over but they have their own ideas and they're going to run with it. They ignore all advice and warnings from people in the field. They're not listening to doctors, police, fire chiefs, education professionals, military commanders, etc - and they're sure as shit not listening to us.