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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
They keep us all restricted to 'urban zones' and only hard work in the factories will earn enough credits to see the countryside. It's tough, but the bread rations are enough for us.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
How are there still deer, or even trees for that matter, on that tiny little island with that many homo sapiens walking around?
Lets just not make it easier for knobheads to purchase knives then, may i suggest speaking to a relative of a victim of knife crime, i promise you saving 1 persons life ultimately can save many, the hurt and pain caused when a young life is lost is insurmountable for some people.
......and the occasional pikey taking a short-cut from the pub. Just think... If I was in the States I could legitimately shoot them.
The UK, or specifically England is not London.
And if it was 1 member of your family who you loved which was saved I would be happy yet you state
To be fair, the only place that's ANYTHING like you describe is North Korea.
Now the New York Times claims the ball was set rolling after a tip from a trusted ally, with Australia's very own Alexander Downer front and centre. The newspaper claims Mr Downer had a night of heavy drinking with former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos at the Kensington Wine Rooms in London in May 2016. According to the Times, it was Mr Downer who held his booze better — extracting an admission from Mr Papadopoulos that Russia was shopping dirt on Hillary Clinton to her political rivals. When leaked Democratic Party emails began appearing in public two months later it is alleged Australian officials passed on the Downer intel to American counterparts, helping to trigger the FBI probe into Russian interference in the US election.