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Thread: The Guardian's review of JR-M's book is a scream.

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    The Guardian's review of JR-M's book is a scream.

    There isn't even any pretence of objectivity.

    The Guardian is as vile an agenda-driven brainwashing rag as the Mail.

    "Confidence and moral purpose made Britain great, argues this poorly written book, designed to reflect the rightwinger back to himself at twice the size."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    There isn't even any pretence of objectivity.

    The Guardian is as vile an agenda-driven brainwashing rag as the Mail.

    "Confidence and moral purpose made Britain great, argues this poorly written book, designed to reflect the rightwinger back to himself at twice the size."
    Damn it all, I don't particularly want to buy it, but I'll have to now just to pīss off The Guardian.

    Btw, a fighter-sized jet keeps flying over my house. It appears to have engines on its wingtips. What might it be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    Damn it all, I don't particularly want to buy it, but I'll have to now just to pīss off The Guardian.

    Btw, a fighter-sized jet keeps flying over my house. It appears to have engines on its wingtips. What might it be?
    Engine on its wingtips? What devilment can this be? Some exec jets have fuel tanks on the wingtips that might appear engine-like, I suppose? Otherwise it could be a Lockheed T-33? Perhaps you can draw me a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    Engine on its wingtips? What devilment can this be? Some exec jets have fuel tanks on the wingtips that might appear engine-like, I suppose? Otherwise it could be a Lockheed T-33? Perhaps you can draw me a picture.
    Yup. That was it. It was titting about, so clearly not an exec jet. Presumably it was flying from Duxford, which is just a short distance from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    Yup. That was it. It was titting about, so clearly not an exec jet. Presumably it was flying from Duxford, which is just a short distance from here.
    We have those V22 Ospreys flying over ours at the moment.

    Noisy fśckers, I can tells yer.
    Then throw in the Apaches... :fume:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    There isn't even any pretence of objectivity.

    The Guardian is as vile an agenda-driven brainwashing rag as the Mail.

    "Confidence and moral purpose made Britain great, argues this poorly written book, designed to reflect the rightwinger back to himself at twice the size."
    "The Victorians consists of a dozen clumsily written pompous schoolboy compositions about 19th-century characters."

    That's from that bastian of socialism the Times. Might just be that it is a **** book written by a charlatan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Anaconda View Post
    "The Victorians consists of a dozen clumsily written pompous schoolboy compositions about 19th-century characters."

    That's from that bastian of socialism the Times. Might just be that it is a **** book written by a charlatan
    To be honest, la, given a line up including Parris, Rifkind, Moran and, God help us, Knight, you'd hardly describe The Times (and sister) as right of centre, would you? They're all screaming lefties these days. Except Rod. Rod isn't a lefty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Anaconda View Post
    "The Victorians consists of a dozen clumsily written pompous schoolboy compositions about 19th-century characters."

    That's from that bastian of socialism the Times. Might just be that it is a **** book written by a charlatan
    It's 'bastion', la. You've been in Munich too long and are clearly thinking of Schweinsteiger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    To be honest, la, given a line up including Parris, Rifkind, Moran and, God help us, Knight, you'd hardly describe The Times (and sister) as right of centre, would you? They're all screaming lefties these days. Except Rod. Rod isn't a lefty.
    Melanie Phillips as well and Clare Foges (though she is rather toothsome)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    It's 'bastion', la. You've been in Munich too long and are clearly thinking of Schweinsteiger.
    gpwm

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