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Half as serious and less / Re: Nans moans keep out
« Last post by nan on July 14, 2018, 09:12:23 PM »
who is the bigger dope in the news (what do are kids think in the video below)

7.4m speed pills, 200kg of crystal meth seized  https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1503518/two-held-7-4m-speed-pills-200kg-of-crystal-meth-seized

7.4 million speed pills and 200kg of crystal methamphetamine with a street value of over 1.7 billion baht seized along a border area in Wiang Kaen district late Friday night.



So what do the kids think

KIDS REACT TO DONALD TRUMP



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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits
« Last post by Johnnie F. on July 14, 2018, 06:44:57 PM »

pic@ nytimes.com


Did he already twitter those pics with "veni, vidi, vici" in the text, and declare Britain an American colony?
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits
« Last post by Taman Tun on July 14, 2018, 04:30:00 PM »
Hi Thaiga, No, I am still working.  I have sent my Life Certificate off to DWP but they have not yet resumed my pension payments.  BTW I have only seen one lady driver since the law changed.
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits
« Last post by thaiga on July 14, 2018, 04:11:28 PM »
Women always walk at a deferential distance behind men.  Well, at least they do in the country where I am currently residing.
you would of laughed this morning t/t mrs shouting at the tv, mr.dump no good he walk in front queen, not good for do.
I said his name is trump not dump, or was she right. :fart

PS: I thought you give up working - is your pension not enough ;)
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits
« Last post by Johnnie F. on July 14, 2018, 04:08:17 PM »
Women always walk at a deferential distance behind men.

Did you have a look in the calendar lately, TT? We're in the year 2018 AD.

I've never seen Melania Trump having to walk behind him. And even in S. A. women are allowed to drive cars, no, endangering men to get under the wheels. ;D
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits
« Last post by Taman Tun on July 14, 2018, 02:58:57 PM »
Women always walk at a deferential distance behind men.  Well, at least they do in the country where I am currently residing.
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits - Thousands Protest Against Trump
« Last post by thaiga on July 14, 2018, 01:42:01 PM »
WOW! love the plackard donald duck off @ 1:15

Thousands Protest Against Trump in London
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits - Trump walks in front of the Queen
« Last post by thaiga on July 14, 2018, 01:03:50 PM »

pic@ nytimes.com 

‘Did Donald Trump just WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN?’

Some observers instantly became defensive of the queen, who turned 92 this year. “Did Donald Trump just WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN?!?!?!" asked one clearly offended user. “I detested how Trump dared walk in front of the Queen today,” wrote another.

    Did Donald Trump just WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN?!?!?!
    — Halla Mohieddeen (@STVhalla) July 13, 2018

    TRUMP IS LITERALLY TRYING TO WALK IN FRONT OF THE QUEEN
    — Jennifer Louise (@JenneLouise) July 13, 2018

At one point, the queen can be seen gesturing to Trump, although it's unclear what exactly she may have been referring to. On social media, some speculated that Trump was being instructed on which side of her he should walk.

If that was the case, the president didn't grasp the message. 

washingtonpost.com
Trump Walks In Front Of The Queen
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Half as serious and less / Re: Guess the One Real Woman
« Last post by thaiga on July 14, 2018, 11:39:34 AM »
which is the fake one
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Home: Britain / Re: Boris Johnson quits - All in just 24 hours in Britain
« Last post by thaiga on July 14, 2018, 11:35:28 AM »
UK reels from Trump tornado

The British pound fell and UK politicians reeled on Friday from the tornado-blast of US President Donald Trump, who humiliated Prime Minister Theresa May, dashed hopes of a quick US-UK trade deal and praised May's opponents in the high-stakes battle over Brexit.

All in just 24 hours in Britain.

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, Trump slammed May's plans for Britain's departure from the European Union and praised her political rival Boris Johnson, who quit May's Cabinet this week over Brexit differences. He also criticised immigration in Europe and declared that London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a Muslim, had failed to stop terrorism.

The pound fell 0.6% to $1.31 after Trump's comments, and May's government struggled to put a brave face on a presidential visit that has veered wildly off course.

“Trump claimed that Theresa May's current Brexit plan ‘will probably kill’ any potential US trade deal, a comment that not only undermines the prime minister at the end of an already challenging week, but one that understandably sent sterling sharply lower,” said Connor Campbell, an analyst at SpreadEx.

In Britain, where sharp differences are often masked by formal politeness, many politicians expressed shock that the US president could be so downright rude.

In one of the milder responses, Universities Minister Sam Gyimah tweeted: “Where are your manners, Mr President?”

Labour Party foreign affairs spokeswoman Emily Thornberry said “Donald Trump ought to have listened to his mother.

“I am assuming that his mum told him that when you go to someone's house you do not insult the host.”

Trump's Brexit broadside came as May was trying to shift stalled divorce negotiations with the EU into higher gear. Britain will leave the bloc in March, but the two sides have not yet agreed on what sort of relationship they will have after that.

On Thursday, as Trump flew into Britain, May's government published a plan that includes free trade in goods and a common trade rule book with the EU.

Trump said such a deal “will probably kil” any prospect of a US-UK free-trade agreement. Boosting trans-Atlantic trade ties was one of Britain's main goals for Trump's first official visit to the UK as president.

May was hosting Trump for talks on Friday at her country residence, Chequers, over a lunch of Dover sole, Chiltern lamb and lemon meringue pie.

Trump and his wife Melania were also scheduled to have tea with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle later Friday.

With considerable optimism, Treasury chief Philip Hammond said May was looking forward to her talks with the president.

“I’m sure there will be a very positive discussion,” he said.

But the truth is that Trump's attack could weaken May's already fragile hold on power. Her Conservative government is deeply split between supporters of a clean break with the EU and those who want to keep close ties with the bloc, Britain's biggest trading partner.

Brexit Secretary David Davis and Johnson, the former foreign secretary, both quit this week to protest May's trade plan. Johnson, who helped lead the campaign to take Britain out of the EU, accused May of killing “the Brexit dream."

In his interview, Trump praised Johnson - another unpredictable, talkative populist. “I think he would be a great prime minister. I think he's got what it takes," Trump said.

Trump also renewed his attack on Khan, London's mayor. The two politicians have clashed on Twitter over Trump's ban on immigrants from several mostly Muslim countries and on the president's views on crime and terrorism in Britain.

Trump claimed that London's first Muslim mayor “has done a very bad job on terrorism” and said Khan “has not been very hospitable” to him.

Khan's office gave permission for London protesters to fly a six-metre balloon depicting the US president as a screaming baby near Parliament as part of nationwide demonstrations against Trump's visit.

Khan noted that other European and American cities had, like London, experienced terrorist attacks.

“And it's for President Trump to explain why he singled me as the mayor of London out and not the mayors of other cities and leaders of other cities,” he told Sky News.

Some opposition lawmakers called for the British government to cancel Trump's tea with the queen.

Labour Party lawmaker David Lammy tweeted that Trump “hates that London chose a Muslim mayor. The President is racist. He does not deserve to meet our Queen today.”

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