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Funko
27-09-2005, 15:59:12
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4286058.stm

Charles Clarke has vowed to "eliminate" anti-social behaviour and disrespect in society by the time of the next general election "whenever it comes".

Scary.

fp
27-09-2005, 16:04:27
How can he eliminate it by a certain date if he doesn't know when that date will be?

I notice Mr Clarke is also rather short on details. There's a few vague references to community policing, which we've heard more than once before. What a daft old windbag.

MattHiggs
27-09-2005, 16:14:44
He'd use a time travelling cyborg - The Eliminator!

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 16:22:32
What a tit. No doubt it'll be his excuse to come out with yet more authoritarian nonsense and limit civil liberties...

Funko
27-09-2005, 16:24:57
Are there any old Tory policies left for them to steal on this?

Venom
27-09-2005, 16:25:57
Disrespect is the best part of society. I don't have to respect anyone if I don't want to. Respect must be earned.

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 16:28:03
Originally posted by Funko
Are there any old Tory policies left for them to steal on this?

Nope, think hes sucked those dry... :rolleyes:

fp
27-09-2005, 16:29:58
I'd like rolling eye smilies to be eliminated from society. When will these politicians start listening to my needs?

Funko
27-09-2005, 16:51:26
It's disrespectful.

Let's have Kitsuki beaten!

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 16:52:59
:(

fp
27-09-2005, 17:06:31
Yeah, that's right - hang your head in respect!

Nills Lagerbaak
27-09-2005, 17:15:10
I think he should be hanged to show how we must protect human rights.

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:17:37
Maybe he should be forced to endure a blowjob from a woman with a pierced tongue.

You might think that isn't a punishment...

Nills Lagerbaak
27-09-2005, 17:29:39
Hmm, I don't understand that certainly isn't a punishment (not if you're talking about a traditional tongue piercing (and traditional blow job) and not just a rusty nail.

Gary
27-09-2005, 17:30:27
I just think it's great that a politician can find the courage to make such a U turn like that, and be so open about it.

One moment destroyer of civil rights, the next defender of them.

I really must find the time to read 1884 again, sometime soon.

Nills Lagerbaak
27-09-2005, 17:31:14
1884?!

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 17:32:25
Cowboy western adaption of Orwell's seminal work - tumbleweeds, gunslingers and all.

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:33:01
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
Hmm, I don't understand that certainly isn't a punishment (not if you're talking about a traditional tongue piercing (and traditional blow job) and not just a rusty nail.

It is if you are kitsuki apparently.

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 17:33:38
Eh? :hmm:

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:34:12
Do you not remember what you were telling us at the After Dark?

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 17:34:33
Oh god, I was drunker at the CG meet than I previously thought...

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:34:45
:lol:

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:35:19
We tried to stop you, we really didn't want to know but...

Gary
27-09-2005, 17:35:25
Mental block. I *ALWAYS* get that second digit wrong. Should know to double check by now.

Funko
27-09-2005, 17:36:41
Says Gary who's the only poster we have over 100.

Nav
27-09-2005, 17:40:12
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Cowboy western adaption of Orwell's seminal work - tumbleweeds, gunslingers and all. :lol: I was this close *squeezes fingers together* to looking it up on amazon.

The Norks
27-09-2005, 18:38:17
and King Canute only wanted to hold back the tide!

Immortal Wombat
27-09-2005, 18:49:34
I prefer 1684 - the pirate adaptation. It be doubleplus-yarrr.

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 19:59:39
Originally posted by Nav
:lol: I was this close *squeezes fingers together* to looking it up on amazon.

I think this may have to be written...

Shining1
28-09-2005, 02:57:23
Charles Clarke has vowed to "eliminate" anti-social behaviour and disrespect in society by the time of the next general election "whenever it comes".


Obviously, it means he's going to declare a dictatorship.