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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by neilold, Jul 15, 2018.
I'm think we are going in circles here. You have your views on things, and i have mine, and never the twain shall meet. I think we will just have to agree to disagree. Though I do like the thought of you holding my hand undies
Going round in circles? No we're not! You've been provided with actual facts, you just don't want to look at them
To be honest, who gives a foot.
I've not heard that saying before, I approve
I have a question:
Why is this thread called “interesting” when it isn’t?!
It is. It's your own uninterestingness that just makes it seem so.
For reasons which will be obvious if you think about it, I hadn't seen this thread.
I usually steer clear of any political stuff on here but something in that video really bothered me.
Now the guys 'starring' in it and recording it, they are simply trying to stir up trouble, they aren't 'For Britain' or anything else. They sold this hard working copper down the river to make their self-serving video.
The copper was doing his job and acting appropriately, he was trying to keep the peace and protect ALL the civilians in question, those taking part in the rally and those protesting against it. His behaviour was exemplary.
The fact is though, a Union Flag causing problems anywhere (in or out of the UK) is Bullsmeg and no one should ever be stopped from flying it. If the sight of it causes a riot, tear gas the rioters.
I'm aware this may surprise and upset some of you but the Union Flag is a symbol of great pride and should never be covered up.
What the hell was that
A few years ago someone threw out a Scottish flag and I grabbed it from the garbage. It has a blood stain on it but it was still mostly good!
Wonder what would happen if Neil saw you displaying that flag? Got a feeling a riot would break out. Lead by @Pembers
I never did end up displaying it because of the blood stain. I did later end up giving it to my Scottish pal Fergal. He said the blood didn't bother him. Last I seen the flag it was in his flat.
As a busy man with a wife and a Job these matters are trivial to a man such as myself