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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/article-4318338/Daily-Mail-crowned-Newspaper-Year-Press-Oscars.html

 

Some weeks just get better. On top of this great news for the paper.....I get a Tax Refund, code altered for next tax year, my TR back on the road after a month of freshening it up, and Brexit on the way, Sturgeon blocked, just like she's been doing at Westminster. :-D :-D ;-)

 

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nowtelse2do - 2017-03-16 10:02 PM

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/article-4318338/Daily-Mail-crowned-Newspaper-Year-Press-Oscars.html

 

Some weeks just get better. On top of this great news for the paper.....I get a Tax Refund, code altered for next tax year, my TR back on the road after a month of freshening it up, and Brexit on the way, Sturgeon blocked, just like she's been doing at Westminster. :-D :-D ;-)

 

Dave

 

Happy days indeed young man

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Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.
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My wife does ask me sometimes why I buy it, and then of course reads it. Actually it is because relative to others it is cheap at 65p. Compared withthe Scotsman for example at £1.50 and being mean, well there you are. I also like the Littlejohn column as he often speaks a lot of sense and is usually un pC.

 

The downside is that it has a habit of recylcing stories and can sometimes be several days behind the news with some stories. We also get a Scottish edition up here which is invariably slagging off Ms Sturgeon, which is good fun for us, if not for her. It was even better when the Scottish edition was 5p cheaper than the English one, but they stopped that....rats!

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Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

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Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz

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antony1969 - 2017-03-17 5:48 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz

 

Are Kodak and VW going around filling the UK's populace heads with right wing propaganda, hate and racism? I drive a VW Golf and its Black! Should I get shot of it? (lol) Mind you its that old I think Adolf might have signed it.

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antony1969 - 2017-03-17 5:48 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz.

 

Neither of which pump out fascist xenophobic bile so your 'point' is a complete strawman, just as many of your counter posts are. *-)

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The DM journalists are excellent at what they do but there’s a difference between being excellent at what you do and being faithful to the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Let’s not confuse the two. Far too often the DM appeals to our basest instincts and prejudices. Telling thousands of people what they want to hear is easy money.

 

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Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 6:06 PM

 

antony1969 - 2017-03-17 5:48 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz.

 

Neither of which pump out fascist xenophobic bile so your 'point' is a complete strawman, just as many of your counter posts are. *-)

 

Not quite your the one chirping on about stuff from back in the day ... Well back in the day Allianz Insurance amongst other things they did for the Nazis was insuring Auschwitz ... If that wasn't pumping out much worse than a few vile words like The Daily Mail did then I dont know what is ... Strange world though Bullet World ... Your happy for Muslim preachers to spew out much worse than what the Daily Mail has ever said too ... Very strange and your "xenophobic bile" dislike is obviously quite selective

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antony1969 - 2017-03-17 7:57 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 6:06 PM

 

antony1969 - 2017-03-17 5:48 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz.

 

Neither of which pump out fascist xenophobic bile so your 'point' is a complete strawman, just as many of your counter posts are. *-)

 

Not quite your the one chirping on about stuff from back in the day ... Well back in the day Allianz Insurance amongst other things they did for the Nazis was insuring Auschwitz ... If that wasn't pumping out much worse than a few vile words like The Daily Mail did then I dont know what is ... Strange world though Bullet World ... Your happy for Muslim preachers to spew out much worse than what the Daily Mail has ever said too ... Very strange and your "xenophobic bile" dislike is obviously quite selective.

 

Funny you forgot to include Chase Banking, IBM, Coca-Cola, Ford, and Chevron.............

 

but then they are American companies and that wouldn't be good for your pro-US anti-Muslim rants.

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Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 8:21 PM

 

antony1969 - 2017-03-17 7:57 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 6:06 PM

 

antony1969 - 2017-03-17 5:48 PM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 5:23 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information. Then again perhaps its like Time Magazine in that winning the award doesnt necessarily mean good journalism just the biggest impact and the fact that you reeled in the biggest amount of gullible readers with a new page of fabricated nonsense every day. To be fair, they are excellent at that. Time Magazine man of the year 1939 was Adolf Hitler by the way.

Hardly suprising given Lord Rothermere was big chums with Hitler and the Nazi party. Here he is posing with his mate and Goebbels.

 

http://oi64.tinypic.com/2na1npl.jpg

 

80 years on nothing about the Wail has changed. Still churning out it's xenophobic venom and bile. Rothermere was also an open supporter of Mosleys mob of Fascists, the Blackshirts. An article from 1934 headed "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" makes clear that rags political allegiance.

 

http://efp.org.uk/daily-mail-owner-praises-hitler/

 

https://futiledemocracy.wordpress.com/2013/10/01/my-dear-fuhrer-a-quick-history-of-daily-mail-fascism/

 

Remember the header they ran with over the Supreme court judges branding them "Enemies of the People"? A German Nazi rag, Illustrierter Beobachter ran a similar header, "Traitors of the People" in 1933 with photographs of journalists, political activists and lawyers who had incurred the wrath of Hitler and had their German citizenship revoked.

 

The Mirror was also bedfellow's with the Wail.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

 

Papers like that aren't worth wiping your arse on.

 

 

Goodness me ... Take it you have a big nazi sized problem with VW then and Kodak and hopefully you don't have any insurances through Allianz.

 

Neither of which pump out fascist xenophobic bile so your 'point' is a complete strawman, just as many of your counter posts are. *-)

 

Not quite your the one chirping on about stuff from back in the day ... Well back in the day Allianz Insurance amongst other things they did for the Nazis was insuring Auschwitz ... If that wasn't pumping out much worse than a few vile words like The Daily Mail did then I dont know what is ... Strange world though Bullet World ... Your happy for Muslim preachers to spew out much worse than what the Daily Mail has ever said too ... Very strange and your "xenophobic bile" dislike is obviously quite selective.

 

Funny you forgot to include Chase Banking, IBM, Coca-Cola, Ford, and Chevron.............

 

but then they are American companies and that wouldn't be good for your pro-US anti-Muslim rants.

 

You likened me to a nazi once which I found quite shocking ... Now your suggesting I forgive war time company deals with murdering Nazis because it doesn't sit well with Trumps travel ban order !!! ... Think before you print Bullet

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antony1969 - 2017-03-17 8:34 PM

 

You likened me to a nazi once which I found quite shocking ... Now your suggesting I forgive war time company deals with murdering Nazis because it doesn't sit well with Trumps travel ban order !!! ...

WTF has Trumps travel ban got to do with what i've just posted? Absolutely nothing except more Antony deflection. *-)

 

You shot yourself in the foot over trying to deflect quoting German companies when it's well known many American companies were complicit with Nazi Germany. You never mentioned them.........why not?

 

 

Think before you print Bullet

Hhmmmmmm..........i reckon you ought sleep on that one! (lol)

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You likened me to a nazi once which I found quite shocking ... Now your suggesting I forgive war time company deals with murdering Nazis because it doesn't sit well with Trumps travel ban order !!! ...

WTF has Trumps travel ban got to do with what i've just posted? Absolutely nothing except more Antony deflection. *-)

 

You shot yourself in the foot over trying to deflect quoting German companies when it's well known many American companies were complicit with Nazi Germany. You never mentioned them.........why not?

 

 

Think before you print Bullet

Hhmmmmmm..........i reckon you ought sleep on that one! (lol)

 

I never mentioned The Catholic Church either or any of many , many more companies wether American or European that got in bed with Nazis ... So what ... Your over-thinking again or as usual making a mountain out of a mole hill ... Carry on

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antony1969 - 2017-03-18 7:22 AM

 

Bulletguy - 2017-03-17 9:02 PM

 

antony1969 - 2017-03-17 8:34 PM

 

You likened me to a nazi once which I found quite shocking ... Now your suggesting I forgive war time company deals with murdering Nazis because it doesn't sit well with Trumps travel ban order !!! ...

WTF has Trumps travel ban got to do with what i've just posted? Absolutely nothing except more Antony deflection. *-)

 

You shot yourself in the foot over trying to deflect quoting German companies when it's well known many American companies were complicit with Nazi Germany. You never mentioned them.........why not?

 

 

Think before you print Bullet

Hhmmmmmm..........i reckon you ought sleep on that one! (lol)

 

I never mentioned The Catholic Church either......

Errr......nope neither have i in this thread. :-S

 

Though if you want to take it down that route, no problem as i'll quote you chapter and verse of their complicity with the Action T4 programme at Hartheim in Austria and working with Odessa after the war.

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Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information.

 

 

In the interest of fairness. ;-)

 

Dave

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/daily-mail-wikipedia-inaccurate_uk_589dd292e4b0ab2d2b1467c2

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4307480/Writers-reveal-Wikipedia-s-insidious-Kafkaesque-control.html

 

;-)

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nowtelse2do - 2017-03-18 6:11 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information.

 

 

In the interest of fairness. ;-)

 

Dave

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/daily-mail-wikipedia-inaccurate_uk_589dd292e4b0ab2d2b1467c2

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4307480/Writers-reveal-Wikipedia-s-insidious-Kafkaesque-control.html

 

;-)

 

The Fail seem a tad hurt don't they? They also don't do irony very well either! "its pages are littered with inaccuracies..."

 

Kettle calling teapot!! (lol)(lol)

 

Most know that anyone using Wiki can sign in and edit whatever you want. For the most part people post responsibly and accurately though like anything open to public it can be abused. The Fail on the other hand inflicts abuse by plonking it's rags in newsagents throughout the country.

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Bulletguy - 2017-03-18 7:09 PM

 

nowtelse2do - 2017-03-18 6:11 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information.

 

 

In the interest of fairness. ;-)

 

Dave

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/daily-mail-wikipedia-inaccurate_uk_589dd292e4b0ab2d2b1467c2

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4307480/Writers-reveal-Wikipedia-s-insidious-Kafkaesque-control.html

 

;-)

 

The Fail seem a tad hurt don't they? They also don't do irony very well either! "its pages are littered with inaccuracies..."

 

Kettle calling teapot!! (lol)(lol)

 

Most know that anyone using Wiki can sign in and edit whatever you want. For the most part people post responsibly and accurately though like anything open to public it can be abused. The Fail on the other hand inflicts abuse by plonking it's rags in newsagents throughout the country.

 

The difference is BG, DM readers live in the real world ;-) ...........

 

So who ever wishes to fake their version of the news, they only need to go to the shops to confirm the reality :-| .......

 

Why else would they out sell the Loony lefty Guardian? >:-) ........Coz they don't fall for their PC boll*cks >:-) ......

 

Unlike you dumb PC monkeys who see no evil etc (lol) .......

 

 

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And of course strangely the radical hardcore Brexiteer army on here (Thats mainly Dave Helmet and Antony so not really an army) seem to use it as a point of reference in every thread. I am sure they do it on purpose as they know full well that clicking on the links makes me nauseous but you have to click them (even though they clearly dont click most of mine :-( )

 

I Think from now on we should only provide links from Viz.

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Barryd999 - 2017-03-18 7:30 PM

 

And of course strangely the radical hardcore Brexiteer army on here (Thats mainly Dave Helmet and Antony so not really an army) seem to use it as a point of reference in every thread. I am sure they do it on purpose as they know full well that clicking on the links makes me nauseous but you have to click them (even though they clearly dont click most of mine :-( )

 

I Think from now on we should only provide links from Viz.

 

Aaaw Barry I almost feeling guilty for being on the winning side :D ........The difference is when I click on yours and BG's links they turn out to be mountains built out of very small percentages (lol) ........

 

Just wake up and look around you B-) .......Has your work dried up? ;-) .......

 

Nope your moaning on the other channel about having to do some >:-) ......

 

 

 

 

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Bulletguy - 2017-03-18 7:09 PM

 

nowtelse2do - 2017-03-18 6:11 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2017-03-17 9:52 AM

 

Amazing. In the same year Wikipedia dropped it as a reliable source of information.

 

 

In the interest of fairness. ;-)

 

Dave

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/daily-mail-wikipedia-inaccurate_uk_589dd292e4b0ab2d2b1467c2

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4307480/Writers-reveal-Wikipedia-s-insidious-Kafkaesque-control.html

 

;-)

 

The Fail seem a tad hurt don't they? They also don't do irony very well either! "its pages are littered with inaccuracies..."

 

Kettle calling teapot!! (lol)(lol)

 

Most know that anyone using Wiki can sign in and edit whatever you want. For the most part people post responsibly and accurately though like anything open to public it can be abused. The Fail on the other hand inflicts abuse by plonking it's rags in newsagents throughout the country.

 

The difference is BG, DM readers live in the real world ;-) ...........

 

Yeah.....Alice in Wonka land. *-) (lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)(lol)

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