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Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
> That's a lot of bytes.
> How many burgers did you have to flip to send it?
> AB


gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Richard <smithski> Wrote in message:
> On 09/02/2019 16:36, Mark wrote:
> Thank fuck he doesn't live here then.


Safely tucked up on E wing with a few years to go... ;-)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
[..]
> Sorry Jim, don't take offence.
> The offer to assist with your learning difficulties still holds BTW.
> AB


gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 01:16:26 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> Capitalisation hasn't improved.
> You must practice more.
> AB


Keep typing it gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Dave Plowman (News)" <dave> Wrote in message:
> In article <A76dnblyFJH35sLBnZ2dnUU78TOdnZ2d>,
> Jim K.. <jk989898> wrote:
> Oddly, I have a pal from Glasgow who responded like this to Brexit posts
> on Facebook. Only reason I saw the threads there was because of his
> response. As did other mutual friends on FB. Which meant he must have
> searched out those threads on FB to make his erudite contribution.
> They stopped at the beginning of this year. Not sure if it was a new year
> resolution, or a dry January.


Fascinating.
Do you think your observations are linked?
How's your addiction these days?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Dave Plowman (News)" <dave> Wrote in message:
> In article <2qydnY0MXJbcs_3BnZ2dnUU78eudnZ2d>,
> Jim K.. <jk989898> wrote:
> I dunno. Do you? Too close to the truth?


Tell me everything you think you know Duhve?

>> How's your addiction these days?

> Fine, thanks. If you need help with yours, just ask.


Help from you? Feck me nothings that bad but thanks!
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Fredxx <fredxx> Wrote in message:
> On 10/02/2019 14:12:53, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
> Many other countries are in the same free trade area. Are you
> suggesting we shouldn't have negotiated a trade deal with the EU until
> we formally left?


I shouldn't think he's thought that bit that far either...
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 19:18:59 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> Very little, considering the benefits.


Convincing!

>>> And I wouldn't trust the current shower (UK government) to organise a
>>> piss-up in a brewary.

>>Name one shower that could?

> No. Figure it out yourself.


Thought not, you concede the point then.

> Huh! We will have other tariffs which will be less favourable.


Because?

>>You seem to be a new name on the UK DIY block? A rampant
>> remainer, proEU too...

> I have been posting here for years.


Strange I don't remember any "Mark" posting on UK.d-i-y for
several years?

Perhaps you've been posting under a different nym? So why change?....

>>Anyone we know by another nym? (Rhetorical Duhve)

> No. Are you Rodney?


Arf!
I think you are a nym shifter, such desperate remainer measures!
Ho ho ho :-)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
TimW <tim> Wrote in message:
> On 11/02/2019 08:52, Jim K.. wrote:
> I already have a pre paid funeral plan. I don't understand the relevance
> ...oh, you're just trying to be nasty and provocative!


Says the "man" still predicting post EU apocalypse!
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 20:18:43 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> Good.
> No. You're wrong.
> Do you really need your hand holding through all of this?


I suspect you're incapable so it's moot...

>>> I have been posting here for years.

>>Strange I don't remember any "Mark" posting on UK.d-i-y for
>> several years?

> Maybe you need to get a memory test?


Maybe you can point me to a uk.d-i-y thread from say 2017 where
you contributed as "Mark" ?

Should be trivial for someone like you?

Oh hang on wait for the bullshit excuses.... ;-)

>> Perhaps you've been posting under a different nym?

> No. Never.


You say...
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
TimW <tim> Wrote in message:
> On 11/02/2019 13:03, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
> And the Express is as unreliable as ever. It's an agreement to replicate
> existing arrangements into a transition period. Not a 'Brexit Victory'.
> We lose all the trade deals the EU has with the rest of the world if we
> crash out. I don't think there are very many new deals in place. What a
> balls up!
> TW


Dignitas?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Jim K.." <jk989898> Wrote in message:
> Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> I suspect you're incapable so it's moot...
> Maybe you can point me to a uk.d-i-y thread from say 2017 where
> you contributed as "Mark" ?
> Should be trivial for someone like you?
> Oh hang on wait for the bullshit excuses.... ;-)
> You say...


C'mon "Mark"....
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Dave Plowman (News)" <dave> Wrote in message:
> In article <120220191259083555%timstreater>,
> Tim Streater <timstreater> wrote:
> So now give a list of those laws which have had a direct negative effect
> on you.
> I'm willing to bet for every one you find, there will be several UK ones
> which more than match them.


And just how much are you offering?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Jim K.." <jk989898> Wrote in message:
> "Jim K.." <jk989898> Wrote in message:
> C'mon "Mark"....


C'mon "Mark" - EU got your tongue? ;-)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Tim Streater <timstreater> Wrote in message:
> In article <3i986elrhmrhm08talqsip05nh4lqghehg>, Mark
> <i> wrote:
> I repeat what I said: tax avoidance is legal, tax evasion is not.
> You definitely *are* a nasty snotgobbler.


He's a nymshifter aren't you "Mark"?

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