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Old 13-01-12, 06:34 AM
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We have a bottle of Bolly ready for when the evil bitch dies. But Bolly seems much too ordinary for such an occassion. Within reason i.e. under 100, what would be a suitable tipple?

Also, I am aware that the she-cow enjoyed a glass of scotch. Does anyone know what her favourite was? It would be a delicious irony to toast her passing with a dram of that.
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Old 13-01-12, 06:49 AM
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I know crims are sometimes thick enough to have their name's tattooed on their foreheads, so it's good to see that the Davros Thatcher has her name there too.
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Old 13-01-12, 07:27 AM
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We have a bottle of Bolly ready for when the evil bitch dies. But Bolly seems much too ordinary for such an occassion. Within reason i.e. under 100, what would be a suitable tipple?
Hemlock, served to the murdering bitch immediately.
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Old 13-01-12, 07:34 AM
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Yikes! I just googled thatcher + scotch. Bells! Sodding Bells! Yeuuch.
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Old 13-01-12, 07:44 AM
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That's why her mind's gone.
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Old 13-01-12, 11:32 AM
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We know how many angles can dance on the head of a pin but to hold a Guinness World record attempt to see how many can dance on Thatcher's grave may be fun if at all that way inclined.
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Old 13-01-12, 11:47 AM
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If the level of vitriol on PFM is anything to go by, a state funeral would be inadvisable. TBH, anything more than a quiet send off in a secret crem. would be asking for it!
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Old 13-01-12, 11:52 AM
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I think we are getting an extra bank holiday day off for some Royalty event this year is it.

Would it not also be appropriate to have an extra Bank Holiday on standby for this event as well? At least that would make it mean something to people then.

DS
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Old 13-01-12, 12:08 PM
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what would be a suitable tipple?
I can certainly recommend these...

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Old 13-01-12, 12:43 PM
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Old 13-01-12, 12:48 PM
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I shall party.
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Old 13-01-12, 03:07 PM
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If the level of vitriol on PFM is anything to go by, a state funeral would be inadvisable. TBH, anything more than a quiet send off in a secret crem. would be asking for it!
Crem?

As we say in these parts. 'She's not fit to burn'.
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Old 13-01-12, 03:13 PM
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Chaps

I reckon we should erect a bronze statue of her outside every mine she closed down. Just to show who won.

Mick
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Old 13-01-12, 03:31 PM
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Chaps

The reason why Mrs Thatcher served for eleven years and why Thatcherism continues to this day - is the lack of an intelligent and effective opposition.
Very true, Mick. Any intelligent opposition, and she would have been toast. She was lucky to get away with it for so long, but was found out in the end.

Anyway, what to do when she dies? Champagne!
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Old 13-01-12, 03:37 PM
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Very true, Mick. Any intelligent opposition, and she would have been toast. She was lucky to get away with it.

Anyway, what to do when she dies? Champagne!
Greetings Bub

Yes it is only because of sad old thickos parading as socialist that Thatcherism rules OK, even today over 30 years later. Yes we are lucky to have got away with it.

I have a bottle of vintage champagne (given to me by a good friend for favours received) and I shall guzzle it when she expires and go into oblivion.

I just hope she doesn't expire when I am abroad, it won't be the same somehow.

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Mick
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