Oldrightie and why we voted leave and how love of democracy won.
No row for Belgium then, which has muddled (?waffled?) through to a world record of 263 days without a government.
To be honest, I did think about them and decided against it. Anything to do with that clown Rompuy gives me nosebleed. I knew that one of my on-the-ball readers would probably put me straight ;-)
Good to see you back Gotty, how about "Algreria, uninstall cancelled" ?
Greetings once holders of the Magna Carta. I want you to know that the Protestant Cross still is on fire here in America. Right now i am observing Common Law by hearing the beatitude of our risen savior. Thankyou Lord for liberty for without it we would be like Papal societies or the Mohammedan claiming a Abrahamic tradition that is the runner up to Judaism. Speaking of Italy have you all noticed that Eastern Europe is the same mentallity of the Mid-east? Sure one is naked and other overly clothed.
Fuck me Whitey - powerful stuff there...We do still, in fact, hold the Magna Carta. But it's a bit frayed around the edges, there are large numbers of crossings out and anonymous insertions written with a thick black pen (think "some animals are equal..." from Orwell's Animal Farm), and the whole thing could do with ironing quite frankly..
Lovely one - raised a wry smile :-)
@Wesley there is no "the" in Magna Carta, it is simply Magna Carta, hope this helps.
banned - I hang my head in shame. I can hear my Latin master (the redoubtable Mr. Emms) even now, "O me miserum". He used to say that a lot while looking at me..
Magna Carta? Isn't that some sort of chocolate covered ice cream on a stick?Ah, must be an English thing. Or a Norman baron thing rather.The REAL ancestor or your beloved Declaration of Independence Wesley, is the Declaration of Arbroath.BTW, is that coffee in your cup?
Nice one, Gotty, great to see you back, albeit only for a week. ;-)