Students vote no over flying Union Flag

Essex County Standard: Will Coulter, 22, chantelle Whyborn, 22, Alex Evelyn, 20, Alex Georgiou, 20, who wanted the flag flown at university Will Coulter, 22, chantelle Whyborn, 22, Alex Evelyn, 20, Alex Georgiou, 20, who wanted the flag flown at university

STUDENTS have voted against flying the British flag at Essex University.

Alex Georgiou, an international relations student, and two friends, wanted to fly the Union Flag above the Albert Sloman library.

Alex’s motion was thrown out after a vote at the Student Representative Forum.

Opponents said the flag represented imperialism with British soldiers killing people in the name of the flag.

Alex resigned from his post as campaigns officer at the Student’s Union after the lost vote.

He said: “I was angry at the result and their arguments were fundamentally unfair towards Britain.

“We are a British institution subsidised by British people and we should feel proud in this country.

Even decisions about not having a flag can still be made as a free country.

“It’s their right to make that decision, but I think it’s the wrong one. It’s not just about British pride, but also for international students to welcome them to the country and recognise they are at home and making a valuable and positive contribution to this country.”

Alex said the British flag was not the only flag which could fly above the university. He said: “On certain national holidays, or events such as Gay Pride for example, you could also put another flag up there replacing the Union Flag or have it next to it.”

Lawrence Walker, chairman of the Black History Month Colchester committee, supported Alex’s idea. He said: “The red, white and blue flag should fly over the library. It’s representative of the countrywe live in.

“People who live here, who are not yet British citizens, should have the same feelings because they accept this is their new home.”

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7:52am Mon 2 Dec 13

britbiker44 says...

How can students decide what flag is flown above the university? Indeed, this very decision simply proves that they do not have the maturity to be given such power.

The building and the institution belong to the BRITISH taxpayer. The same BRITISH taxpayer who subsidises their education and privileged lifestyle.

Go to any other country in the world and they fly their national flag above every public building with pride; it is high time we stopped running scared of displaying pride in our nationality.

There is of course one simple answer; if you don't like it here, then go somewhere else and leave this country to those of us still proud to be British.
How can students decide what flag is flown above the university? Indeed, this very decision simply proves that they do not have the maturity to be given such power. The building and the institution belong to the BRITISH taxpayer. The same BRITISH taxpayer who subsidises their education and privileged lifestyle. Go to any other country in the world and they fly their national flag above every public building with pride; it is high time we stopped running scared of displaying pride in our nationality. There is of course one simple answer; if you don't like it here, then go somewhere else and leave this country to those of us still proud to be British. britbiker44

8:47am Mon 2 Dec 13

Say It As It Is OK? says...

The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British.

However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides.
The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British. However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides. Say It As It Is OK?

10:35am Mon 2 Dec 13

Scoot says...

Well what do you expect from Essex Uni. Its always been a radical place right from the 60's and the lilly livered academics that purport to run things just hide behind their books and let the students get on with things.
Well what do you expect from Essex Uni. Its always been a radical place right from the 60's and the lilly livered academics that purport to run things just hide behind their books and let the students get on with things. Scoot

11:11am Mon 2 Dec 13

Jess Jephcott says...

The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.
The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all. Jess Jephcott

3:47pm Mon 2 Dec 13

HARRY438 says...

Last I heard, they captured the cream of the Red Brigade & a bed full of weapons over there a few years ago?
Last I heard, they captured the cream of the Red Brigade & a bed full of weapons over there a few years ago? HARRY438

8:21pm Mon 2 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Jess Jephcott wrote:
The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.
Agree JJ..

in my mind the so called workshy students that controll there union are just SCUM

any man proud of his country flies his flag,
if you dont, then you distrespect not only yourself, but those around you so -
SCUM.....
[quote][p][bold]Jess Jephcott[/bold] wrote: The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.[/p][/quote]Agree JJ.. in my mind the so called workshy students that controll there union are just SCUM any man proud of his country flies his flag, if you dont, then you distrespect not only yourself, but those around you so - SCUM..... tomtheDJ

10:01pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

It's bloody political correctness gone mad is what it is, it makes me so mad! All bloody commies at Essex, and what do they do in these pointless universities anyway? Sit round all day with their head in pointless books, smoking their E pipes, injecting marijuana, and dropping crack tabs. My taxes on this shower? No, it should only be going on useful things, like the replacement of Trident , corporate tax breaks, and the compassionate rehabilitation of Lord H.

Look, bloody wife I'm divorcing is saying some rubbish now. Apparently, she reckons that somebody with half a brain who knows anything about the place would be aware that the problem with 'any man proud of his country flies his flag', is that half of the students are overseas, so we'd be talking about a different flag (and she making a barbed comment to you, Ian, saying how around half are women as well these days). Ha ha! I love it when these lefties shoot themselves in the foot, so the problem is Johnny Foreigner. Round one to me I thinks. Now she's telling me that Accommodation Essex actually prohibits the flying of any national flags by students in its halls, to avoid possible tensions. This woman is so stupid, why do lefties just score these spectacular own goals?! So it's all down to Johnny Foreigner yet again, there'd be none of these problems of they were all only British. I'm sick of JF, coming over here running our universities. If we're must have these bloody universities, I say British only universities for British only layabout students. Anyway, this time she's telling me that the university flies its own flag from its library, which apparently it might want to feel pride in, and perhaps, as well she tells me, the good people of Essex should also, as it bares our coat of arms?

I must admit, I sort of stopped listening towards the end, I could think of nothing to say to the last bit, so I am now just shouting Johnny Foreigner at her continuously. It's a bit weird, because the only thing my wife and I ever had in common is that we're both cricket fans, members of Essex, and regularly waved Essex flags at the County Ground, as well as Castle Park. Still, I win this row 2-1, so I win, the Union Flag must be flown from the University Library. Down with the communists! Down with Johnny Foreigner, we've had enough. And ban tap water...
It's bloody political correctness gone mad is what it is, it makes me so mad! All bloody commies at Essex, and what do they do in these pointless universities anyway? Sit round all day with their head in pointless books, smoking their E pipes, injecting marijuana, and dropping crack tabs. My taxes on this shower? No, it should only be going on useful things, like the replacement of Trident , corporate tax breaks, and the compassionate rehabilitation of Lord H. Look, bloody wife I'm divorcing is saying some rubbish now. Apparently, she reckons that somebody with half a brain who knows anything about the place would be aware that the problem with 'any man proud of his country flies his flag', is that half of the students are overseas, so we'd be talking about a different flag (and she making a barbed comment to you, Ian, saying how around half are women as well these days). Ha ha! I love it when these lefties shoot themselves in the foot, so the problem is Johnny Foreigner. Round one to me I thinks. Now she's telling me that Accommodation Essex actually prohibits the flying of any national flags by students in its halls, to avoid possible tensions. This woman is so stupid, why do lefties just score these spectacular own goals?! So it's all down to Johnny Foreigner yet again, there'd be none of these problems of they were all only British. I'm sick of JF, coming over here running our universities. If we're must have these bloody universities, I say British only universities for British only layabout students. Anyway, this time she's telling me that the university flies its own flag from its library, which apparently it might want to feel pride in, and perhaps, as well she tells me, the good people of Essex should also, as it bares our coat of arms? I must admit, I sort of stopped listening towards the end, I could think of nothing to say to the last bit, so I am now just shouting Johnny Foreigner at her continuously. It's a bit weird, because the only thing my wife and I ever had in common is that we're both cricket fans, members of Essex, and regularly waved Essex flags at the County Ground, as well as Castle Park. Still, I win this row 2-1, so I win, the Union Flag must be flown from the University Library. Down with the communists! Down with Johnny Foreigner, we've had enough. And ban tap water... Mail Member 4 Colchester

11:04pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

Of course now I'm sitting in the bloody garage to get away from her, 'cause she won't get to bed yet, and I can't take up my place on the sofa, still, I suppose it's not that cold, for December. I'm not sure how she always gets one over me, it's my kind hearted, generous nature, I suppose, but I do find it weird, considering how whenever we talk politics I crush her with my superior male brain, it's me on the sofa, it's me in the garage. I had to endure some final nonsense before being banished into the cold, apparently the university is competing in a very competitive environment, of course it's going to push itself, above all else, and that's what will hang from its flag pole. She reckons it's as ridiculous as expecting Mcdonalds to replace its logo with a Union Jack. I say, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what is.

There's too much of this. British Aerospace became BAe. There was that time that the wonderful Mags - bless her memory - got her tissues out and covered up those horrible British Airways tail fins on model planes, after they'd disgracefully got rid of our flag. There was no sense of irony that an industry she privatised, would only end up with logos that wealth creators decided best would make them more wealth. As said, of course there is no sense of irony. I have no idea what 'irony' even means, other than something the wife should be doing!

No, this is why I love the Tory party, and why I have, and always will, vote for them. The ability to create an issue where one doesn't exist, which can get us all going, and really foaming at the mouth. There's too much university book learning, and not enough good old common sense about these days. As I always I always say, you can't learn anything from a book, and I learnt from the best place to learn, the university of life. And of course before that, I was at the school of hard knocks. These bloody universities, with all the foreigners, and commies, why do we allow it? Because we've gone bloody soft in this country, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is.
Of course now I'm sitting in the bloody garage to get away from her, 'cause she won't get to bed yet, and I can't take up my place on the sofa, still, I suppose it's not that cold, for December. I'm not sure how she always gets one over me, it's my kind hearted, generous nature, I suppose, but I do find it weird, considering how whenever we talk politics I crush her with my superior male brain, it's me on the sofa, it's me in the garage. I had to endure some final nonsense before being banished into the cold, apparently the university is competing in a very competitive environment, of course it's going to push itself, above all else, and that's what will hang from its flag pole. She reckons it's as ridiculous as expecting Mcdonalds to replace its logo with a Union Jack. I say, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what is. There's too much of this. British Aerospace became BAe. There was that time that the wonderful Mags - bless her memory - got her tissues out and covered up those horrible British Airways tail fins on model planes, after they'd disgracefully got rid of our flag. There was no sense of irony that an industry she privatised, would only end up with logos that wealth creators decided best would make them more wealth. As said, of course there is no sense of irony. I have no idea what 'irony' even means, other than something the wife should be doing! No, this is why I love the Tory party, and why I have, and always will, vote for them. The ability to create an issue where one doesn't exist, which can get us all going, and really foaming at the mouth. There's too much university book learning, and not enough good old common sense about these days. As I always I always say, you can't learn anything from a book, and I learnt from the best place to learn, the university of life. And of course before that, I was at the school of hard knocks. These bloody universities, with all the foreigners, and commies, why do we allow it? Because we've gone bloody soft in this country, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is. Mail Member 4 Colchester

1:48am Tue 3 Dec 13

Boris says...

Jess Jephcott wrote:
The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.
They already are running the country. One of them became a Tory MP and is now the Speaker of the House of Commons.
.
Order, order!
[quote][p][bold]Jess Jephcott[/bold] wrote: The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.[/p][/quote]They already are running the country. One of them became a Tory MP and is now the Speaker of the House of Commons. . Order, order! Boris

1:53am Tue 3 Dec 13

Boris says...

Say It As It Is OK? wrote:
The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British.

However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides.
"The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority". Not true. They have annual elections and the slate which gets the most votes takes over for the next 12 months. Therefore they represent the majority.
[quote][p][bold]Say It As It Is OK?[/bold] wrote: The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British. However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides.[/p][/quote]"The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority". Not true. They have annual elections and the slate which gets the most votes takes over for the next 12 months. Therefore they represent the majority. Boris

1:57am Tue 3 Dec 13

Boris says...

Boris wrote:
Say It As It Is OK? wrote:
The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British.

However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides.
"The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority". Not true. They have annual elections and the slate which gets the most votes takes over for the next 12 months. Therefore they represent the majority.
Actually, it seems this decision was not taken by the students union officers at all. It was taken in a vote of the Student Representative Forum. But it was clearly a majority decision by the students, and therefore has to be respected, whether we agree with it or not.
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Say It As It Is OK?[/bold] wrote: The decision not to fly the flag is only to be expected if left to the Students Union to decide. The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority who only want to get on with their degree and be useful in life. The active members of the union are and always have been those the ones who's only purpose in life has been to be politically confrontational and against anything British. However, in this case it should not be a decision for the Students Union to make, its really not their call. The University management are the ones who should decide, or are they so inept that they will stay quiet and do whatever the students union decides.[/p][/quote]"The Students Union have never represented the thoughts or feelings of the majority". Not true. They have annual elections and the slate which gets the most votes takes over for the next 12 months. Therefore they represent the majority.[/p][/quote]Actually, it seems this decision was not taken by the students union officers at all. It was taken in a vote of the Student Representative Forum. But it was clearly a majority decision by the students, and therefore has to be respected, whether we agree with it or not. Boris

7:15am Tue 3 Dec 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

Boris wrote:
Jess Jephcott wrote:
The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.
They already are running the country. One of them became a Tory MP and is now the Speaker of the House of Commons.
.
Order, order!
Now come on Boris, that's a bit naughty of you, you know, in the words of her Mags: 'Is he won of us?' Well, John Bercow is most certainly not. Married to a Labour member, and as speaker, he is far more popular on the Labour benches, than the Tory ones. He just proves you can find reds under any bed.
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jess Jephcott[/bold] wrote: The sadness of this is that these people are the cream of the crop and will be running the country one day. God help us all.[/p][/quote]They already are running the country. One of them became a Tory MP and is now the Speaker of the House of Commons. . Order, order![/p][/quote]Now come on Boris, that's a bit naughty of you, you know, in the words of her Mags: 'Is he won of us?' Well, John Bercow is most certainly not. Married to a Labour member, and as speaker, he is far more popular on the Labour benches, than the Tory ones. He just proves you can find reds under any bed. Mail Member 4 Colchester

9:56am Tue 3 Dec 13

wormshero says...

"Down with Johnny Foreigner, we've had enough." What did this fairly harmless Birmingham based band do to you?
"Down with Johnny Foreigner, we've had enough." What did this fairly harmless Birmingham based band do to you? wormshero

11:26am Tue 3 Dec 13

Scoot says...

As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then...
As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then... Scoot

12:49pm Tue 3 Dec 13

NorthmeetsEssex says...

Scoot wrote:
As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then...
To be honest with you, most international students think we should have the flag - its British students with a weird guilty conscience about being British that is behind this.
[quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then...[/p][/quote]To be honest with you, most international students think we should have the flag - its British students with a weird guilty conscience about being British that is behind this. NorthmeetsEssex

4:41pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

NorthmeetsEssex wrote:
Scoot wrote:
As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then...
To be honest with you, most international students think we should have the flag - its British students with a weird guilty conscience about being British that is behind this.
Oh dear, oh dear. Are the Tory students worried this Johnny Foreigner bashing might have gone a bit too far, that you've let a cat that's even more racist, and nasty than you, out of the bag? That this will favour UKIP? Yeah, news, this website will tell you, you have! The Tory Party just ain't what it used to be, like in the good old Mags' days. She never tolerated these gays, or women, or other minorities. She knew their place (there just wasn't a man at the time with the balls to take her job, you know what I mean Jess Jephcott), the subservient role inferiors must take. Even the Tory Party is affected these days. I bet it was planned in the 60s, in one of those towers, that John Bercow would be the sleeper, the commie taking over the Tories from in the inside. It's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is.
[quote][p][bold]NorthmeetsEssex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: As a regular visitor to the Hythe Tesco's it is fairly obvious that a large proportion of the students are not british nationals. If you took away this proportion of the student voters and only took the vote of those that are british nationals I wonder which way the vote would have swung then...[/p][/quote]To be honest with you, most international students think we should have the flag - its British students with a weird guilty conscience about being British that is behind this.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, oh dear. Are the Tory students worried this Johnny Foreigner bashing might have gone a bit too far, that you've let a cat that's even more racist, and nasty than you, out of the bag? That this will favour UKIP? Yeah, news, this website will tell you, you have! The Tory Party just ain't what it used to be, like in the good old Mags' days. She never tolerated these gays, or women, or other minorities. She knew their place (there just wasn't a man at the time with the balls to take her job, you know what I mean Jess Jephcott), the subservient role inferiors must take. Even the Tory Party is affected these days. I bet it was planned in the 60s, in one of those towers, that John Bercow would be the sleeper, the commie taking over the Tories from in the inside. It's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is. Mail Member 4 Colchester

6:03pm Tue 3 Dec 13

tizwaz says...

britbiker44 wrote:
How can students decide what flag is flown above the university? Indeed, this very decision simply proves that they do not have the maturity to be given such power.

The building and the institution belong to the BRITISH taxpayer. The same BRITISH taxpayer who subsidises their education and privileged lifestyle.

Go to any other country in the world and they fly their national flag above every public building with pride; it is high time we stopped running scared of displaying pride in our nationality.

There is of course one simple answer; if you don't like it here, then go somewhere else and leave this country to those of us still proud to be British.
here here well said, students show no respect to anyone & think they are owed to be here,i don`t think they know the word privileged, as for lifestyle they abuse that too
[quote][p][bold]britbiker44[/bold] wrote: How can students decide what flag is flown above the university? Indeed, this very decision simply proves that they do not have the maturity to be given such power. The building and the institution belong to the BRITISH taxpayer. The same BRITISH taxpayer who subsidises their education and privileged lifestyle. Go to any other country in the world and they fly their national flag above every public building with pride; it is high time we stopped running scared of displaying pride in our nationality. There is of course one simple answer; if you don't like it here, then go somewhere else and leave this country to those of us still proud to be British.[/p][/quote]here here well said, students show no respect to anyone & think they are owed to be here,i don`t think they know the word privileged, as for lifestyle they abuse that too tizwaz

4:48pm Wed 4 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

(and she making a barbed comment to you, Ian, saying how around half are women as well these days).


say what ?
(and she making a barbed comment to you, Ian, saying how around half are women as well these days). say what ? tomtheDJ

8:46pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Boris. says...

Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness.
Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness. Boris.

9:38pm Wed 4 Dec 13

25414nora says...

What makes Britain Great is the knowing that we are a civilized race, we are above the level of uneducated nationalism. We distance ourselves from the flag waving provocative nonsense, we saw in 1930's Germany.
What makes Britain Great is the knowing that we are a civilized race, we are above the level of uneducated nationalism. We distance ourselves from the flag waving provocative nonsense, we saw in 1930's Germany. 25414nora

1:49am Thu 5 Dec 13

Boris says...

Boris. wrote:
Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness.
Once again, thIs xenophobe with the dot is nothing to do with me.
.
DO NOT VOTE UKIP IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER.
[quote][p][bold]Boris.[/bold] wrote: Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness.[/p][/quote]Once again, thIs xenophobe with the dot is nothing to do with me. . DO NOT VOTE UKIP IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER. Boris

3:04pm Fri 6 Dec 13

tomtheDJ says...

Boris wrote:
Boris. wrote: Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness.
Once again, thIs xenophobe with the dot is nothing to do with me. . DO NOT VOTE UKIP IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER.
you never fooled us for a moment boris,
we all knew it was your alter ego bursting through from the depths of your untapped sences requiring the need to be seen....



or its that other **** thats got several names,
lots of time on his hands, so must be a reporter for this shower of sh*te.
no wait, did see one young chappie strolling along our seafronting road yesterday, notepad in his eager hand, pen all aquiver in the other, his red hair being windblown like some advert for mens hair control.... lol
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boris.[/bold] wrote: Disgraceful, Get out of Britain if you don't like it! Goverment needs to step up or VOTE UKIP! End this madness.[/p][/quote]Once again, thIs xenophobe with the dot is nothing to do with me. . DO NOT VOTE UKIP IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER.[/p][/quote]you never fooled us for a moment boris, we all knew it was your alter ego bursting through from the depths of your untapped sences requiring the need to be seen.... or its that other **** thats got several names, lots of time on his hands, so must be a reporter for this shower of sh*te. no wait, did see one young chappie strolling along our seafronting road yesterday, notepad in his eager hand, pen all aquiver in the other, his red hair being windblown like some advert for mens hair control.... lol tomtheDJ

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