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Longcol

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  • Birthday 10/03/1955

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  1. Didn't the excuse for a Health Minister say they didn't know, at the time that asymptomatic people could pass on the virus. Despite the fact that it was all over the interwebs at least a month before people were discharged untested to care homes.
  2. Did you really? I would really appreciate a link to said post.
  3. And what minority am I discriminating against? Explain.
  4. In the minds of insecure white supremacists maybe. In the real world...........................no.
  5. Depends what you mean by an equal weight. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't be happy with a black minority calling the shots.
  6. So you've moved off the topic of equality I see.
  7. Still not wanting to see blokes naught bits dangling? https://www.sheffieldforum.co.uk/topic/473006-naked-attraction/page/3/?tab=comments#comment-8352198
  8. A rural life equals a city / town / subarban / life. You're assuming all people think like Trump - ie I'm in power (even with fewer votes than my rival), therefore I can dictate to the rest of the country.
  9. Have you ever noticed the huge numbers of cars that go up DD Way and then turn right on the Parkway back towards the city centre - and no, they're not all heading towards Chesterfield.
  10. The left has always advocated equality - ie each vote carries the carries the same weight. The Republicans appear to prefer a couple of folk in a rural area carrying the same weight as thousands in cities - and putting up obstacles for city dwellers to register and to vote.
  11. With the exception of onewheeldave, who on the last dozen or so pages has said they were a cyclist?
  12. And some of us thought that democracy was approximately that every vote should carry equal weight. You appear to be saying that a handful of folk in a rural area should count the same as thousands in a city.
  13. When I lived in Sheffield (up to two years ago) and had frequent meetings in Rotherham, Doncaster etc I used to keep my options open when approaching the city from Penistone Road - often quicker to use Rutland Road etc. Was always boggled when getting lifts from colleagues to meetings out of town, how many under 45 / 50's relied entirely on sat - navs.
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