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(Guardian)   Liz Truss had a 'Spinal Tap approach' to government. No one will ever forgive her for what she did to Stonehenge   (theguardian.com) divider line
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2022-12-03 4:10:43 PM  
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2022-12-03 5:16:24 PM  
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2022-12-03 6:20:24 PM  
It's the bloody splish splosh show!
 
2022-12-03 6:26:05 PM  
Truss must have known she was wrecking the economy to the detriment of all but a few ultra-wealthy backers. Why is she not being charged with treason? She literally attempted to murder the UK economy so that a handful could get even richer.

This was never about "tax cuts", this was about crashing the bond market and the pound though wanton vandalism. Some bullshiat about "she just wanted to turn it up to 11" is exactly that.

If the new guy wants to be taken seriously as PM he'd announce an investigation with the power to push for criminal charges. Forget doing a Gerald Ford and pardonning a colleague's crimes, take it in the other direction.
 
2022-12-03 6:46:24 PM  
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2022-12-03 6:51:14 PM  

Aussie_As: Truss must have known she was wrecking the economy to the detriment of all but a few ultra-wealthy backers. Why is she not being charged with treason? She literally attempted to murder the UK economy so that a handful could get even richer.

This was never about "tax cuts", this was about crashing the bond market and the pound though wanton vandalism. Some bullshiat about "she just wanted to turn it up to 11" is exactly that.

If the new guy wants to be taken seriously as PM he'd announce an investigation with the power to push for criminal charges. Forget doing a Gerald Ford and pardonning a colleague's crimes, take it in the other direction.


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I'd love to hear how "crashing the economy" helps the wealthy backers of the Tories. I'm sure you have some Alex Jones/Ben garrison level conspiracy theory of how that makes sense.

A decade ago when the Tories came to power after the 2008 crash (and a Labour finance minister leaving a not saying "Sorry, there's no money left") they responded with Austerity, and pretty much everyone criticised them for it. "You should have gone for growth!" was the cry.
Liz Truss introduced a huge, £100 billion, bill that would hugely cap everyone's electricity bills for two years. People were talking of electricity bills hiatting five or six thousand a year. Truss' bill capped typical bills at £2500, a huge deal.
Days later her mini budget tried to do the opposite of austerity, doing exactly what all those critics had demanded years ago, promoting growth.
The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion. The tax cut to the basic rate that millions of average and minimum wage workers paid would cost four times that, twenty billion. The planned rise in National Insurance was scrapped, again benefitting all average and minimum wage workers.

So the same people that criticised the evil Tories for Austerity now criticised Liz for going for growth, and because she was forced out now we have austerity again.

We'll never know if it would have worked, cutting taxes for millions of people would have boosted the economy and created growth, with the growth paying for the tax cuts in the long run. Her huge blunder was not bringing the OBR, BoE and the city on board first. The budget surprised them, and the market hates surprises.
 
2022-12-03 6:52:40 PM  

Monty_Zoncolan: It's the bloody splish splosh show!


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2022-12-03 6:52:49 PM  
Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?
 
2022-12-03 7:01:47 PM  
Bravo on the headline, Submitter. Bravo.
 
2022-12-03 7:01:58 PM  
Shiat sandwich?
 
2022-12-03 7:38:39 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: I'd love to hear how "crashing the economy" helps the wealthy backers of the Tories. I'm sure you have some Alex Jones/Ben garrison level conspiracy theory of how that makes sense.


FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info

A decade ago when the Tories came to power after the 2008 crash (and a Labour finance minister leaving a not saying "Sorry, there's no money left")

Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.

they responded with Austerity, and pretty much everyone criticised them for it. "You should have gone for growth!" was the cry.
Liz Truss introduced a huge, £100 billion, bill that would hugely cap everyone's electricity bills for two years. People were talking of electricity bills hiatting five or six thousand a year. Truss' bill capped typical bills at £2500, a huge deal.
Days later her mini budget tried to do the opposite of austerity, doing exactly what all those critics had demanded years ago, promoting growth.
The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion. The tax cut to the basic rate that millions of average and minimum wage workers paid would cost four times that, twenty billion. The planned rise in National Insurance was scrapped, again benefitting all average and minimum wage workers.

So the same people that criticised the evil Tories for Austerity now criticised Liz for going for growth, and because she was forced out now we have austerity again.

We'll never know if it would have worked, cutting taxes for millions of people would have boosted the economy and created growth, with the growth paying for the tax cuts in the long run. Her huge blunder was not bringing the OBR, BoE and the city on board first. The budget surprised them, and the market hates surprises.


Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.

But, sure, you're doing a fine job of toeing the party line of shiatting on the worst off in society, so good on you for that.
 
2022-12-03 7:45:02 PM  

iron de havilland: Carter Pewterschmidt: I'd love to hear how "crashing the economy" helps the wealthy backers of the Tories. I'm sure you have some Alex Jones/Ben garrison level conspiracy theory of how that makes sense.

FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info

A decade ago when the Tories came to power after the 2008 crash (and a Labour finance minister leaving a not saying "Sorry, there's no money left")

Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.

they responded with Austerity, and pretty much everyone criticised them for it. "You should have gone for growth!" was the cry.
Liz Truss introduced a huge, £100 billion, bill that would hugely cap everyone's electricity bills for two years. People were talking of electricity bills hiatting five or six thousand a year. Truss' bill capped typical bills at £2500, a huge deal.
Days later her mini budget tried to do the opposite of austerity, doing exactly what all those critics had demanded years ago, promoting growth.
The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion. The tax cut to the basic rate that millions of average and minimum wage workers paid would cost four times that, twenty billion. The planned rise in National Insurance was scrapped, again benefitting all average and minimum wage workers.

So the same people that criticised the evil Tories for Austerity now criticised Liz for going for growth, and because she was forced out now we have austerity again.

We'll never know if it would have worked, cutting taxes for millions of people would have boosted the economy and created growth, with the growth paying for the tax cuts in the long run. Her huge blunder was not bringing the OBR, BoE and the city on board first. The budget surprised them, and the market hates surprises.

Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.

But, sure, you're doing a fine job of toeing the party line of shiatting on the worst off in society, so good on you for that.


Talking points have been issued. I remember when the propagandist didn't like her and attacked her.
 
2022-12-03 7:54:57 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion.


And yet you ignore that simply announcing this necessitated the Bank of England spending tens of billions to prop up the bond market while the pound sank to unprecedented territory. It wasn't the tax cuts, it was their blatantly unfunded nature which caused this, it was completely inevitable.

So why did the inevitable happen? Because it was intended to. This is hardly conspiratorial thinking. Your levels of delusion, on the other hand, that's the real Alex Jones thinking which is going on in this thread.
 
2022-12-03 8:08:14 PM  

Gubbo: Talking points have been issued. I remember when the propagandist didn't like her and attacked her.


IIRC he was ebullient when Truss took over, gloating about how it would piss off a particular Farker. Then, as Trussonomics unrolled, he kinda went silent for a bit, because it's impossible to defend those levels of incompetence.

Guess he's going for an attempt at revisionist history here.
 
2022-12-03 9:10:49 PM  

iron de havilland: FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info


Urged by a Labour minister in a politically motivated soundbite with zero supporting evidence....

iron de havilland: Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.


You mean apart from the actual Labour minister admitting he did it?
Labour's Liam Byrne admits ' shame' at 'no money' letter | ITV News

Gubbo: Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.


So Austerity was the right decision when Cameron came to power then?

Gubbo: Talking points have been issued. I remember when the propagandist didn't like her and attacked her.


She f*cked up the mini budget, but by not getting the OBR, BoE and city on board beforehand. We'll never know now whether it would have worked, now we have tough austerity. Hunt's even scrapped her two year electricity bill cap.
 
2022-12-03 9:16:13 PM  

Aussie_As: Carter Pewterschmidt: The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion.

And yet you ignore that simply announcing this necessitated the Bank of England spending tens of billions to prop up the bond market while the pound sank to unprecedented territory. It wasn't the tax cuts, it was their blatantly unfunded nature which caused this, it was completely inevitable.

So why did the inevitable happen? Because it was intended to. This is hardly conspiratorial thinking. Your levels of delusion, on the other hand, that's the real Alex Jones thinking which is going on in this thread.


So you have zero explanation how this benefitted wealthy Tory backers then? Other than a wild claim that Alex Jones would be proud of.
It was the city, the markets, that bought her down and forced Rishi and Jeremy to scrap all her measures. If that's what those backers wanted they must be really disappointed now.

But I'm sure you have some explanation of how that was all planned, that they made billions off it.
 
2022-12-03 9:23:21 PM  
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2022-12-03 9:24:47 PM  

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2022-12-03 9:25:12 PM  
No one knew who she was, or what she was doing there.
 
2022-12-03 9:25:18 PM  

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2022-12-03 9:26:44 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: iron de havilland: FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info

Urged by a Labour minister in a politically motivated soundbite with zero supporting evidence....

iron de havilland: Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.

You mean apart from the actual Labour minister admitting he did it?
Labour's Liam Byrne admits ' shame' at 'no money' letter | ITV News

Gubbo: Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.

So Austerity was the right decision when Cameron came to power then?

Gubbo: Talking points have been issued. I remember when the propagandist didn't like her and attacked her.

She f*cked up the mini budget, but by not getting the OBR, BoE and city on board beforehand. We'll never know now whether it would have worked, now we have tough austerity. Hunt's even scrapped her two year electricity bill cap.


You have me quoted as trickle down doesn't work.

That wasn't me. If you're going to deliberately misquote people, why would anyone ever believe anything you say.
 
2022-12-03 9:26:48 PM  
She had a cucumber down her knickers?
 
2022-12-03 9:27:37 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: iron de havilland: FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info


Urged by a Labour minister in a politically motivated soundbite with zero supporting evidence....


That Grauniad article cites the Sunday Times, saying this:

City investors who are supporters of Liz Truss have been among those shorting the currency, according to the Sunday Times.

So even the right-wing press wasn't pretending it wasn't happening.

iron de havilland: Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.


You mean apart from the actual Labour minister admitting he did it?
Labour's Liam Byrne admits ' shame' at 'no money' letter | ITV News


Fair enough. It just sounds like the sort of bullshiat you'd expect Conservatives to make up, exactly along the lines of Clinton's keyboards.

Gubbo: Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.


So Austerity was the right decision when Cameron came to power then?


Austerity isn't the opposite of trickle-down.

Both shiat on the worst-off while protecting the wealthiest.
 
2022-12-03 9:29:08 PM  
"That is why she felt it really was time to take the hard decisions and root it out by trying to break with the sort of consensus, the cosy consensus that meant that Britain had been flagging along with international competitiveness," Bennett added.


LOfarkingL.  Tax cuts targeted at the top income rate for high earners have never been "the hard decisions".
 
2022-12-03 9:32:44 PM  
Can I ask a practical question at this point? Are we gonna do Stonehenge tomorrow night?
 
2022-12-03 9:33:43 PM  

Gubbo: Carter Pewterschmidt: iron de havilland: FCA urged to investigate whether Tory allies shorted pound on insider info

Urged by a Labour minister in a politically motivated soundbite with zero supporting evidence....

iron de havilland: Do you have any actual evidence that happened? I've heard it stated as fact, of course, but it has the reek of the story that Clinton's outgoing administrations removed all the W keys from the WH keyboards.

You mean apart from the actual Labour minister admitting he did it?
Labour's Liam Byrne admits ' shame' at 'no money' letter | ITV News

Gubbo: Trickle-down doesn't work, you numpty.

So Austerity was the right decision when Cameron came to power then?

Gubbo: Talking points have been issued. I remember when the propagandist didn't like her and attacked her.

She f*cked up the mini budget, but by not getting the OBR, BoE and city on board beforehand. We'll never know now whether it would have worked, now we have tough austerity. Hunt's even scrapped her two year electricity bill cap.

You have me quoted as trickle down doesn't work.

That wasn't me. If you're going to deliberately misquote people, why would anyone ever believe anything you say.


"Anything can be a dildo if you're brave enough." - Carter Pewtersmith
 
2022-12-03 9:34:15 PM  
Should have tried the Mitchell & Webb way.
 
2022-12-03 9:34:24 PM  
I agree with this analysis of the Truss administration  (very NSFW):

The Thick of It - Omnishambles
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2022-12-03 9:35:26 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: Aussie_As: Truss must have known she was wrecking the economy to the detriment of all but a few ultra-wealthy backers. Why is she not being charged with treason? She literally attempted to murder the UK economy so that a handful could get even richer.

This was never about "tax cuts", this was about crashing the bond market and the pound though wanton vandalism. Some bullshiat about "she just wanted to turn it up to 11" is exactly that.

If the new guy wants to be taken seriously as PM he'd announce an investigation with the power to push for criminal charges. Forget doing a Gerald Ford and pardonning a colleague's crimes, take it in the other direction.

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I'd love to hear how "crashing the economy" helps the wealthy backers of the Tories. I'm sure you have some Alex Jones/Ben garrison level conspiracy theory of how that makes sense.

A decade ago when the Tories came to power after the 2008 crash (and a Labour finance minister leaving a not saying "Sorry, there's no money left") they responded with Austerity, and pretty much everyone criticised them for it. "You should have gone for growth!" was the cry.
Liz Truss introduced a huge, £100 billion, bill that would hugely cap everyone's electricity bills for two years. People were talking of electricity bills hiatting five or six thousand a year. Truss' bill capped typical bills at £2500, a huge deal.
Days later her mini budget tried to do the opposite of austerity, doing exactly what all those critics had demanded years ago, promoting growth.
The "tax cuts for the rich!", cutting the top rate of income tax to 40% (still higher than the top income tax rate in the US) would cost the treasury five billion. The tax cut to the basic rate that millions of average and minimum wage workers paid would cost four times that, twenty billion. The planned rise in National Insurance was scrapped, again benefitting all average and minimum wage workers.

So the same people that cri ...


Dude, crashing the economy always works for those rich guys prepared for it. First, as you are well aware, the Tories want to destroy the NHS. Yes, they do, and no bother lying about it -- they absolutely want it to vanish. Second, the rich stand to buy up the ruins once an economy is trashed. You know this, too -- everyone's a bit tired of your sophistry at this point.
 
2022-12-03 9:38:11 PM  

Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?


People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens
 
2022-12-03 9:43:24 PM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: So you have zero explanation how this benefitted wealthy Tory backers then? Other than a wild claim that Alex Jones would be proud of.
It was the city, the markets, that bought her down and forced Rishi and Jeremy to scrap all her measures. If that's what those backers wanted they must be really disappointed now.

But I'm sure you have some explanation of how that was all planned, that they made billions off it.


Anyone with inside knowledge of a market crash or a currency crash can make a fortune off it in days. Markets don't need to go up for those who've read them correctly to profit. See the excellent film The Big Short for a detailed explanation of how this can be done, it's about a small number of folks who made a killing when the US mortgage market crashed in the dying days of Dubya's administration prompting the GFC.

The city is about diversified investments, they took a caning when Truss crashed the bond market and the pound, did she care? You are correct they were highly disappointed in her. It all just prompts the question who did benefit from her decision to announce debt-funded tax cuts which crashed the markets.

She didn't lose control of the economy, she deliberately drove it into a ditch, no skid marks on the road, no evidence she was trying to make a turn.
 
2022-12-03 9:44:06 PM  

maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens


Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.
 
2022-12-03 9:50:01 PM  
Carter Pewterschmidt:I'd love to hear how "crashing the economy" helps the wealthy backers of the Tories. I'm sure you have some Alex Jones/Ben garrison level conspiracy theory of how that makes sense.

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2022-12-03 9:51:18 PM  

Nintenfreak: maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens

Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.


you can believe this and be racist.  you can believe this and not be racist.  You're making a huge leap in unfounded logic.

/no aliens built anything on earth
 
2022-12-03 9:54:29 PM  
Choked on someone else's vomit?
 
2022-12-03 9:54:58 PM  
So here's a song to the strong
'Bout a shake of a snake
And the smile went along with that
Can't truss it
 
2022-12-03 9:55:40 PM  
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2022-12-03 9:56:38 PM  
How do these farking morons keep ending up in positions of unbelievable power and responsibility?
 
2022-12-03 9:57:03 PM  
Dozens of administrations spontaneously combust each year. It's just not really widely reported.
 
2022-12-03 10:06:26 PM  

tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens

Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.

you can believe this and be racist.  you can believe this and not be racist.  You're making a huge leap in unfounded logic.

/no aliens built anything on earth


If you believe in ancient aliens and aren't racist, you're racist adjacent and pretty farking dumb ngl.
 
2022-12-03 10:08:07 PM  
England's loudest windbag?
 
2022-12-03 10:08:10 PM  

Nintenfreak: tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens

Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.

you can believe this and be racist.  you can believe this and not be racist.  You're making a huge leap in unfounded logic.

/no aliens built anything on earth

If you believe in ancient aliens and aren't racist, you're racist adjacent and pretty farking dumb ngl.


I don't even care enough about how you came to this foolish opinion to inquire any further.  Good day.
 
2022-12-03 10:11:39 PM  

HighOnCraic: Can I ask a practical question at this point? Are we gonna do Stonehenge tomorrow night?


Jazz odyssey.
 
2022-12-03 10:15:10 PM  

tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens

Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.

you can believe this and be racist.  you can believe this and not be racist.  You're making a huge leap in unfounded logic.

/no aliens built anything on earth

If you believe in ancient aliens and aren't racist, you're racist adjacent and pretty farking dumb ngl.

I don't even care enough about how you came to this foolish opinion to inquire any further.  Good day.


Common sense, but your lack of inquiry would explain why you believe in ancient aliens
 
2022-12-03 10:15:31 PM  

Exile On Beale Street: HighOnCraic: Can I ask a practical question at this point? Are we gonna do Stonehenge tomorrow night?

Jazz odyssey.


I am always up for a free form jazz exploration in front of a festival crowd.
 
2022-12-03 10:16:14 PM  
If I told them once, I told them a hundred times to put 'Truss Administration' first and 'Puppet Show' last.
 
2022-12-03 10:17:45 PM  
I'm going to be highly amused as Tories burn down the UK and nearly 1/4 the population will be 65+ years old in the next 20 years. Hopefully they keep voting Tory so we can watch them turn the UK into a smoking crater. Lmao, owned.
 
2022-12-03 10:25:20 PM  

Nintenfreak: tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: tembaarmswide: Nintenfreak: maudibjr: Nintenfreak: Because there's probably not gonna be another opprotunity to talk about Stonehenge anytime soon,

How racists see ancient history:
Aliens: let's put some pyramids I'm Mexico, in Egypt, Iraq, and hey Cambodia why not. I'm also thinking giant naked man in Alexandria, giant lighthouse in Pharos, and a big ol wall in China.
Alien 2: What about Europe?
Alien: No need they already put up some rocks.  Also, I was thinking, how about a bunch of giant heads in funny hats on this tiny island off the coast of Chile?

People who believe in aliens are racist?  That's almost as dumbas believing in aliens

Well for starts, believing that aliens have visited us IS kind of dumb but no, believing that all the wonders of the world were constructed by ancient aliens is racist.

you can believe this and be racist.  you can believe this and not be racist.  You're making a huge leap in unfounded logic.

/no aliens built anything on earth

If you believe in ancient aliens and aren't racist, you're racist adjacent and pretty farking dumb ngl.

I don't even care enough about how you came to this foolish opinion to inquire any further.  Good day.

Common sense, but your lack of inquiry would explain why you believe in ancient aliens


i'll entertain for a minute : please point out where i said i believed in ancient aliens
 
2022-12-03 10:29:19 PM  

BolshyGreatYarblocks: She had a cucumber down her knickers?


A head of lettuce.
 
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