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    You're still wrong wrong wrong.
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    Good for you.
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    I'm saying those who attempt to impress by automatically assuming an opposing view, in order to gain attention are. You know, like you.
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    Do you? Is that because you think it's "hard" to automatically assume a contrary position in order to gain attention?
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    22/09/2025. Standby for action. It's a good job you're not in charge of anything then, isn't it.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Genetic determinism in Talk & Chat
    What inherited factors are we on about though? Bob seems to be focusing on Homosexuality, you're talking about predisposition to addiction...or not. There are 12 children in my family, physically we're very similar, you can see a bit of the maternal side or a...
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    Yeah....ho hum....
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Benidorm in Talk & Chat
    Did you go to Benidorm when it was a sleepy fishing village Ponsonby? Being "well travelled" 'n all that?
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Occasionally, in the Colosseum, even the Emperors pardon was overruled by the baying Plebs. You'd have been fed to the lions courtesy of the Vestal Virgins by now.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread almost in Religion & Philosophy
    I'll try it again after a drink, we'll be out for a nice evening drink in our beautiful garden when Mrs Perrin gets in from sectioning (In conjunction with psychiatrists) the Loons on her patch.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Genetic determinism in Talk & Chat
    Nicky Campbell tells an interesting story. Whilst as a teenager, watching the famous Scotland v Holland game in Argentina 78 (Archie Gemmill's goal) he was incredibly drawn to the older sister of his mate who was in an adjoining room with her mates. She was...
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Genetic determinism in Talk & Chat
    Yeah, there are pretty amazing stories, like the twins in the USA who were separated at birth but coincidentally met up in their 40's because they holidayed in the same place (Miles away from either home base) wore identical clothes, were exactly the same...
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Not worth my time.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread almost in Religion & Philosophy
    OK....did that....what now? I'm still munificent and you're still stupid.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Due process is due process and isn't restricted to legal procedures. I have a process in washing the dishes, I pick them up, put them in the dishwasher and turn it on. That's the due process. And I don't care what you say your understanding is because you're...
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread almost in Religion & Philosophy
    LOL.....the innocence and foolishness of total stupidity.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    You see?? In my munificence I granted you a victory you didn't deserve. In your foolishness you came back for more. Now, if it were at all possible, you look like an even bigger dick than you did an hour ago.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    ....and my opinion is still the same.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    I've looked it up, it's easy enough. For clarification, I gave no opinion about her, I simply pointed out that due process should apply. If of course you do look it up you'll see what a cock you are.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    I didn't express that view.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Don't mistake Scrots observation for support, desperate though you are.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Different from what?
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread almost in Religion & Philosophy
    That's nowt to do with religion, everyone wants you to fuck off.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    You're so far down the pecking order of credibility that I could prostrate myself before you and proclaim you the eternal victor of every argument ever undertaken anywhere in the world, it would still make not an iota of difference. Conceding an argument...
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    Fuck off yer evasive twat, you're not even worth the effort of arguing with. Shout from the rooftops that you've won the argument if you like, it's clear to anyone with half a brain you're a fuckin dick.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    And I did answer your question, dickwad. I have no problem answering your question. You do though because it means your diversionary tactic of answering one question with your own, and then banging on about it, is blown.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Benidorm in Talk & Chat
    Did anyone visit Benidorm before it changed from a sleepy fishing village to a tourist hotspot in 1950?
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Pluto's dilemma in Brexit Forum
    I knew your decision. I asked how this made you feel. Are you so small minded that you'd shrug your shoulders at what seemed a logical decision at the time resulting in the death of millions of people? The fact you evade this question and seem unable to...
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    It's totally QED, Bob's superiority complex prevents him from accepting the diagnoses of the inferior Psychiatrist, because Bob is best.
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    Reg Perrin replied to the thread Genetic determinism in Talk & Chat
    Of course, as Bob believes that entire races can have behavioural characteristics predetermined by genetics, to support his anti semitic view, he's not going to bail out for a mere individual now, is he.
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    Ha ha, I've got a client looking for a new job in Hollywood, her name's Angelina and I think she's got a good CV but has had some PR trouble recently, can your help?
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    Unintelligent liar!!!
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    HI Reggie!
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    You're bouncing him around at will tonight, Reg!
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    I affirm my friendship.
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    aRE YOU STILL PICKING ON PEIOPLE ON BENEFITS SOCIAL WORKER?
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    and you fucking call yourself a social worker
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    Hello reg just stop it
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    stop bullyhing me you cretinous shitbaG...

    I HAVE TOLD YOU IAM MENTALLY ILL...

    THE INTERNET DOESNOT GIVE YOU CARTE BLANCHE
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