Skip to content

General Epic tennis outcome General

You are in... Forums > General > General > Epic tennis outcome

Got something to say?

Got something to say?

Go to most recent reply

preunit

Joined:

Dec 10

Posts: 11575

preunit says:

Epic tennis outcome

LOL :laugh::laugh::laugh:

Reply to this Topic  
  • Posted 287 days ago (08 July 2013 17:57)

Post a message in General

Fields marked with an asterisk * are required

   

Please note. You cannot submit more than 4000 characters as a message.

Upload image(s) from your computer (up to 3 images)

  1.  
  2.  
  3.  

Terms of use

Use of our community areas and forums is subject to important terms of use. By joining our community and using the features you agree to be bound by these terms. See terms of use below. 

Cancel
oscarthegrouch

Joined:

Oct 05

Posts: 2996

surely

its not cameron who decides who gets a knighthood ?ffs

Reply to this Topic
vulcanrider

Joined:

Aug 05

Posts: 6597

vulcanrider says:

Probably some committee Osc

I think they called them 'quango's' Cameron promised to reduce the number of governmental quango's so maybe he's taken sole responsibility for dishing out knighthoods :wink:

There's no denying that Murray has done well in tennis but, put into perspective it's just a game where people bang a ball back and forth so what? Murray's good at it, he's made a lot of money for his efforts reward enough I think.

Britain has hospitals failing their patients but Andy Murray won Wimbledon --- woopitty shit.

Reply to this Topic
oscarthegrouch

Joined:

Oct 05

Posts: 2996

Just

Googled It I wonder if cameron will advise that clegg gets one :blink:

Reply to this Topic
aehewitt

Joined:

Jan 11

Posts: 8032

aehewitt says:

>>>>

:doubt:

Reply to this Topic
vulcanrider

Joined:

Aug 05

Posts: 6597

vulcanrider says:

Well spotted Ceniza

just shows what bollacks is spouted on the 'news' channels

I'm gradually starting to ignore the BBC 'news' it repeats itself SO much and appears to me to be a sort of social event for presenters. There's some serious social issues in Britain such as the failing health authorities that are kept out of the news but should be in the forefront and too much emphasis on sport and basic crap 'news' items.

Treliske hospital in Truro Cornwall, last week the chairman resigned due to issues with his behaviour, a few days later almost the whole board resigned, the temporary chairman lasted 2 days, that should have been national news Treliske is a big hospital that to all intents and purposes is still without a chairman or board of directors, nothing in the news to tell people if the problems are resolved. What's it got to do with me ? my mother attends Treliske for treatment.

But ! all is OK in la la land cos Andy Murray won at Wimbledon. Our septic isle is in trouble more trouble than that clown Cameron will tell you but the tennis went well. :wacko:

OO ER ! the cricket starts today doesn't it ? :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

Reply to this Topic
ANichol

Joined:

Aug 02

Posts: 972

ANichol says:

Anything to distract the masses

from a wealthy-supporting agenda hiding behind economic falacies.

I guess the message that juxtaposes:

A) Cutting benefits will make those scroungers go and get work

against

B) Unemployment is up again

is something of a hard sell; even the slowest of folk start to notice when these are the back-back statements from the government.

So what do we get?

 Murray won the tennis, yippee.

The olympics might have had a cyber attack, oohhh scary [but it didn't coz we keep you safe].

And talking of keepinbg you safe we got rid of that nasty Q'tada, and you should in no way worry that out ability to arrest someone we gave assylum too (despite the fact they have committed no crime in the UK) and then hold him until we can establish a brand new treaty with the nation he was granted assylum from will be used in anyway to remove anyone else who doesn't get onboard with our grand design for the future*

 

*btw, this future is essentially in turning the UK into a tax haven for the Uber-rich and telling the population its their fault if they are broke becuase the economy appears to be booming; it's just too bat that no one who actually lives in the UK will be able to access any of the wealth the country will be built on.

Reply to this Topic
ANichol

Joined:

Aug 02

Posts: 972

ANichol says:

Knighthoods

Chivalric era:

Learn from the age of 7. Be a servant to an existing Knight. Learn literature, poetry and the civalric code. Learn to fight on and off horseback. Pass a series of demaning tests. Swear unelnding loyalty to the Crown, the Church, and the dedication of improving all of society.

Now:

Win a popular sporting event, once. Be used by the PM as a piggyback into public popularity.

Reply to this Topic
Boult

Joined:

Mar 07

Posts: 3225

Boult says:

Weapon of mass

distraction ?


:lol::wink:

Reply to this Topic
vulcanrider

Joined:

Aug 05

Posts: 6597

vulcanrider says:

Advantage ---

the kid !

Reply to this Topic
aehewitt

Joined:

Jan 11

Posts: 8032

aehewitt says:

Rojere.....

BBC are bloody useless...  :mad::mad::mad:

Reply to this Topic

Compare Insurance

Save money by comparing quotes. It's quick and easy

Motorcycles for sale

 

It's only £13.99 to advertise your motorcycle on MCN

Sell your Motorcycle