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IndoMike

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The thought of Ramone shopping in the Co-op.
I can just imagine him booting the door open, chewing baccy, staring at the assistants as they all dive for cover, growling out "bloody liberals" as he notices they sell flowers, and slamming a dead (liberal) cat on the counter in barter for a cheroot.
 

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If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
I can just imagine him booting the door open, chewing baccy, staring at the assistants as they all dive for cover, growling out "bloody liberals" as he notices they sell flowers, and slamming a dead (liberal) cat on the counter in barter for a cheroot.
Careful there Mike ... You'll be calling me a Nazi soon ! Mind you the last person got away with it so fill yer boots with any insult you fancy !
 

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Careful there Mike ... You'll be calling me a Nazi soon ! Mind you the last person got away with it so fill yer boots with any insult you fancy !
Dear Ramone,
1. I was just following up on Iscalad's comment -----
2. I was imagining you as Clint Eastwood from " A fistful of dollars" -----
3. Get it : "chewing baccy, cheroot" ........
4. Did Nazis chew baccy or smoke cheroots, or did cowboys in spaghetti Westerns?
5. Have I ever called you a Nazi.....?
6. Am I likely to?.......Nooooo
7. Do I think you're a Nazi......nooooo
8. My post was intended to be a little bit of imagery and humour, not an insult.
 

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From a so called Moderator ! and don't play the word games like you normally do.
You can of course with a modern of course collect your dividend through Co Op card, and rather than benefit fro the said dividend, you can donate it to a charity, such as the Trussell Trust for their foodbank charity, or you can also easily donate to the ECFC Trust!
 

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If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
You can of course with a modern of course collect your dividend through Co Op card, and rather than benefit fro the said dividend, you can donate it to a charity, such as the Trussell Trust for their foodbank charity, or you can also easily donate to the ECFC Trust!
There you go again with your play on words , You , I and anyone reading what you put knew exactly what were writing ... 6hrs to come up with something to make it seem you were talking about a co-op dividend and not the word you used which was "divi"
 

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There you go again with your play on words , You , I and anyone reading what you put knew exactly what were writing ... 6hrs to come up with something to make it seem you were talking about a co-op dividend and not the word you used which was "divi"
The dividend was always known as "divi", though probably written "divvy".
 

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Dear Ramone,
1. I was just following up on Iscalad's comment -----
2. I was imagining you as Clint Eastwood from " A fistful of dollars" -----
3. Get it : "chewing baccy, cheroot" ........
4. Did Nazis chew baccy or smoke cheroots, or did cowboys in spaghetti Westerns?
5. Have I ever called you a Nazi.....?
6. Am I likely to?.......Nooooo
7. Do I think you're a Nazi......nooooo
8. My post was intended to be a little bit of imagery and humour, not an insult.
So Ramone, do you agree there is no insult here. In fact, you should be happy I'm painting you as a cool, tough dude.
 

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If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
So Ramone, do you agree there is no insult here. In fact, you should be happy I'm painting you as a cool, tough dude.
Mike tbh I never want to be classed as cool or tough , I am my own person with my own points of view on various topics one of which was previously being insulted by another poster and me being banned for it.

Which is why for the first time since I've been on here had to put 2 posters on ignore that way I don't need to interact with them incurring any more bans or points.
 

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Mike tbh I never want to be classed as cool or tough , I am my own person with my own points of view on various topics one of which was previously being insulted by another poster and me being banned for it.

Which is why for the first time since I've been on here had to put 2 posters on ignore that way I don't need to interact with them incurring any more bans or points.
I think you probably mean you got infraction points, not "banned". I got infraction points twice : you're not alone.
Problem with non face-to-face communication is that there can be misinterpretations. But I don't think anyone really thinks you're a Nazi. Right wing - yes - but that's your political right.
I'd say forget it : people say daft things sometimes when getting emotional and don't really mean it.
 

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Poster on the Coventry City forum, referring to an earlier post...............

"My brother is on here and never told me his username. This sounds like the sort of sh*t he would spout................Hi bro."
 

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The top dog of Deutsche Bank - who reportedly berated some of the top managers at their London hq for having bespoke £1000+ suits hand-delivered to their office on the very day thousands of "ordinary" jobs were being cut - is called Christian Sewing.

Dare one suggest that the leaking of this news to the media might have been a stitch-up?
 

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The top dog of Deutsche Bank - who reportedly berated some of the top managers at their London hq for having bespoke £1000+ suits hand-delivered to their office on the very day thousands of "ordinary" jobs were being cut - is called Christian Sewing.

Dare one suggest that the leaking of this news to the media might have been a stitch-up?
Has not succeeded in pulling the wool over your beady eyes G2K
 
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