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  1. What's happening in this country. Is it the start of silly season

    Two incidents in the last couple of days have wound me up.

    1. Greggs forced to apologise for using a sausage roll in a nativity scene on their advent calendar. People were up in arms about it. Ffs lighten up.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/bu...-a8055896.html

    2. Royal Preston Hospital forced to apologise for comments from a consultant saying a husband manfully stepped in to take his daughter to an appointment when his wife was ill. The wife says he wouldn't have used womanfully and it made her feel guilty for not struggling to take her. Get a life. How can you object to a word. Snowdrop. Her husband needs to man up.

    https://www.pressreader.com/uk/scott...82136406702626

    What's this country coming to.



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    Remember JiT, we now have a new movement in not only this country but the whole world. This movement is called 'The Perpetually Enraged'. They constantly scour media looking for something they can be enraged by and unfortunately, the media and our idiot politicians fall over themselves to jump on the bandwagon. we call them by their proper name, 'Useless F**king Tools'.

    As a case in point, 4Chan did a little experiment in the USA. They had some chaps put up posters in various places. These posters simply stated 'It is OK to be white'. Quite a simple statement you would think but dear God. You would think from the media outrage that the Ku Klux Klan had dug up Martin Luther King's grave and taken a dump in it. Cries of 'racist literature' and 'white supremacy' screamed from the mainstream media. Funnily enough, 4Chan had stated on the internet exactly what they were going to do and what the media's response would be. They were right.

    The world is full of dumb f**ks and social media has given them all a voice. A retarded voice.
    'It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is; it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong', Richard Feynman.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by ninjarabbi View Post
    Remember JiT, we now have a new movement in not only this country but the whole world. This movement is called 'The Perpetually Enraged'. They constantly scour media looking for something they can be enraged by and unfortunately, the media and our idiot politicians fall over themselves to jump on the bandwagon. we call them by their proper name, 'Useless F**king Tools'.

    As a case in point, 4Chan did a little experiment in the USA. They had some chaps put up posters in various places. These posters simply stated 'It is OK to be white'. Quite a simple statement you would think but dear God. You would think from the media outrage that the Ku Klux Klan had dug up Martin Luther King's grave and taken a dump in it. Cries of 'racist literature' and 'white supremacy' screamed from the mainstream media. Funnily enough, 4Chan had stated on the internet exactly what they were going to do and what the media's response would be. They were right.

    The world is full of dumb f**ks and social media has given them all a voice. A retarded voice.
    You've got both sides of the enraged wagon here. People who get enraged on behalf of others and those who get enraged for fairly innocuous reasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    Two incidents in the last couple of days have wound me up.

    1. Greggs forced to apologise for using a sausage roll in a nativity scene on their advent calendar. People were up in arms about it. Ffs lighten up.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/bu...-a8055896.html


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    Lets be honest here.. Its the only way you can usually get a sausage roll from Greggs now as they are always 'in the oven, 15 mins wait love' I'm more than happy to have mine served up in a manger by three wise men and saga who says she had sex with a ghost.
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    Tbh I'd be more tempted to follow a religion if it involved baked goods, it makes more sense than the most of them.

    in a way a sausage roll is a lot like religion, a respectable looking exterior hiding a questionable interior with very dubious beginnings and you feel slightly soiled after partaking.
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    Further to the outraged Jewish community and their abhorrence of pork-related products, do you think the Muslim community might be a bit annoyed at Tesco's new seasonal advert showing some of their community celebrating Xmas? I'm just waiting for one of these foolish companies to feature Cthulhu and I'll have to write to the Times!
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by ninjarabbi View Post
    Further to the outraged Jewish community and their abhorrence of pork-related products, do you think the Muslim community might be a bit annoyed at Tesco's new seasonal advert showing some of their community celebrating Xmas? I'm just waiting for one of these foolish companies to feature Cthulhu and I'll have to write to the Times!
    I'm curious to see where we are outraged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    I'm curious to see where we are outraged.

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    Not me old boy, like the Hulk is permanently angry Iím permanently outraged! I was just wondering if any more religious types would leap on the bandwagon. I would imagine that some of the more fundamentalist religious groups would be a little annoyed at being portrayed as celebrating another religions sacred holiday.

    Iím sacrificing a goat to Cthulhu over the weekend, youíre welcome to come and join in!
    'It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is; it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong', Richard Feynman.

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    I believe there was an incident were a teacher called one of his tranny pupils (ooohh not very pc there) he or she and got it wrong by mistake, he is temporary suspended pending an enquiry. FFS whats with all this transexual/gender neutral/fluid crap. I think if it carries on people will stop talking to eachother and god forbid have any banter as you will offend some pr ick

    welcome the the outraged snowflake society
    fakir off !

  10. Quote Originally Posted by ninjarabbi View Post
    Not me old boy, like the Hulk is permanently angry Iím permanently outraged! I was just wondering if any more religious types would leap on the bandwagon. I would imagine that some of the more fundamentalist religious groups would be a little annoyed at being portrayed as celebrating another religions sacred holiday.

    Iím sacrificing a goat to Cthulhu over the weekend, youíre welcome to come and join in!
    You said outraged Jews. Anyone can celebrate Christmas now its lost its religious meaning and is more about presents.

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