sirgrim: You say that like it's a bad thing.
Terlis: So out of work librarians can find work as strippers now? Awesome...
Dialectic: but they are still british 'cause brit women are the fugly!
hej: The strippers' tattoos should provide plenty of reading material.
Shatner's Bassoon: In what possible way are those two things connected? Libraries and strip clubs aren't even open at the same time! No one says to themself "I can't be bothered going to the library today, I think I'll go to a strip club tonight instead".
Eat_Cress: Meh. More Daily Fail crap. Its a completely false comparison.Libraries are paid for by the local taxes. They are decreasing due to the gradual decentralization of information and increase in communication technology, like TEH INTERWEBS!!Strip clubs are completely seperate things which are privately owned. Why are they blaming Labour for this? Are they saying they WANT the government to interfere with private industry and mould it so strip clubs don't increase, and increase taxes to pay for outdated libraries? That sounds unusually socialist for such a right wing paper.Daily Fail is just like the hysterical old woman who is sacred of everything and constantly laments the "good old days" and talks about how hoodies, and immigrants are destroying the country!
Empty Signal Gray: What an English stripper may look like.
EZ Writer: Terlis: So out of work librarians can find work as strippers now? Awesome...I approve of your message:
Shatner's Bassoon: No one says to themself "I can't be bothered going to the library today, I think I'll go to a strip club tonight instead".
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