Jo Swinson

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vaud

34,053 posts

103 months

Tuesday 19th November
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turbobloke said:
Rare said:
What is wrong with her arms ??

Why cant she keep them still.?
Nonverbal signalling = nervous / anxious.
Or overacting. It takes a lot of coaching to get the right balance and use of gestures. Too much - Swinson. Too little - you look wooden. Blair was good at communication - but even he could look like 12 volt animatronic that had been plugged into the mains at times.

Ayahuasca

24,247 posts

227 months

Tuesday 19th November
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El stovey said:
Ayahuasca said:
sugerbear said:
Ayahuasca said:
The more I hear JS, the more she comes across to me as a whining, petulant, child.

Ooooh the big boys won’t play with me, take them to court!

Almost expect her to stamp her foot and threaten to scream and scream until she makes herself sick.
Another gender based insults. Quell surpose.
No, more of a personality based observation. Play that card all you like but Mrs Thatcher never had to.
I’m not sure that makes sense. Mrs thatcher wasn’t on here answering questions about people making gender based insults?

Or are you saying if JoSwinson was more like thatcher sugarbear wouldn’t be having to comment on your gender based insults?
At the risk of repeating myself, they are personality-based observations, not to be confused with gender-based insults.

Ayahuasca

24,247 posts

227 months

Tuesday 19th November
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To be fair, my marshmallow picture posting a few pages ago was a bit gender based, I will own up to that.

dangerousB

1,138 posts

138 months

Tuesday 19th November
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I don't know if this has been mentioned, but one of the Lib Dem's latest ideas is that they'll scrap business rates if they got into power.

Jo Swinson's speech to the CBI said:
"The Liberal Democrats are committed to supporting small businesses who are the engine of our economy. That's why the Liberal Democrats would scrap business rates and replace them with a commercial landowner levy.

It will shift the burden from the tenant to the landlord so that we can breathe new life into our high streets.

It is time for clear action that will give proper help to our small businesses."
So let's get this straight, you realise that small businesses are the "engine of our economy", so what you'll do as part of your policy to give them greater help, is create legislation that will ultimately burden them with higher running costs.

Genius. Can't see the problem with that. rolleyes

FFS. Idiots.

9xxNick

544 posts

162 months

Tuesday 19th November
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How long do they spend scrutinising these proposals, or are they really so divorced from reality that they think this st is credible?

Randy Winkman

7,459 posts

137 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Ayahuasca said:
El stovey said:
Ayahuasca said:
sugerbear said:
Ayahuasca said:
The more I hear JS, the more she comes across to me as a whining, petulant, child.

Ooooh the big boys won’t play with me, take them to court!

Almost expect her to stamp her foot and threaten to scream and scream until she makes herself sick.
Another gender based insults. Quell surpose.
No, more of a personality based observation. Play that card all you like but Mrs Thatcher never had to.
I’m not sure that makes sense. Mrs thatcher wasn’t on here answering questions about people making gender based insults?

Or are you saying if JoSwinson was more like thatcher sugarbear wouldn’t be having to comment on your gender based insults?
At the risk of repeating myself, they are personality-based observations, not to be confused with gender-based insults.
Isn't the "scream and scream" one gender based?

JagLover

27,092 posts

183 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Randy Winkman said:
Isn't the "scream and scream" one gender based?
I imagine little boys are capable of doing that too if they don't get what they want.

Ayahuasca

24,247 posts

227 months

Tuesday 19th November
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JagLover said:
I imagine little boys are capable of doing that too if they don't get what they want.
Indeed they are. I am doing it as we speak.

amusingduck

6,269 posts

84 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Randy Winkman said:
Ayahuasca said:
El stovey said:
Ayahuasca said:
sugerbear said:
Ayahuasca said:
The more I hear JS, the more she comes across to me as a whining, petulant, child.

Ooooh the big boys won’t play with me, take them to court!

Almost expect her to stamp her foot and threaten to scream and scream until she makes herself sick.
Another gender based insults. Quell surpose.
No, more of a personality based observation. Play that card all you like but Mrs Thatcher never had to.
I’m not sure that makes sense. Mrs thatcher wasn’t on here answering questions about people making gender based insults?

Or are you saying if JoSwinson was more like thatcher sugarbear wouldn’t be having to comment on your gender based insults?
At the risk of repeating myself, they are personality-based observations, not to be confused with gender-based insults.
Isn't the "scream and scream" one gender based?
Children of both genders are capable of screaming and screaming, and often do. That you think it's a gendered insult perhaps says more about you than him wink

Captain Raymond Holt

10,272 posts

142 months

Tuesday 19th November
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amusingduck said:
Randy Winkman said:
Ayahuasca said:
El stovey said:
Ayahuasca said:
sugerbear said:
Ayahuasca said:
The more I hear JS, the more she comes across to me as a whining, petulant, child.

Ooooh the big boys won’t play with me, take them to court!

Almost expect her to stamp her foot and threaten to scream and scream until she makes herself sick.
Another gender based insults. Quell surpose.
No, more of a personality based observation. Play that card all you like but Mrs Thatcher never had to.
I’m not sure that makes sense. Mrs thatcher wasn’t on here answering questions about people making gender based insults?

Or are you saying if JoSwinson was more like thatcher sugarbear wouldn’t be having to comment on your gender based insults?
At the risk of repeating myself, they are personality-based observations, not to be confused with gender-based insults.
Isn't the "scream and scream" one gender based?
Children of both genders are capable of screaming and screaming, and often do. That you think it's a gendered insult perhaps says more about you than him wink
Have a young son, can confirm - screams

hehe

George Smiley

3,261 posts

29 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Captain Raymond Holt said:
Have a young son, can confirm - screams

hehe
is he a bit of a girl?

jsf

14,590 posts

184 months

Tuesday 19th November
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dangerousB said:
I don't know if this has been mentioned, but one of the Lib Dem's latest ideas is that they'll scrap business rates if they got into power.

Jo Swinson's speech to the CBI said:
"The Liberal Democrats are committed to supporting small businesses who are the engine of our economy. That's why the Liberal Democrats would scrap business rates and replace them with a commercial landowner levy.

It will shift the burden from the tenant to the landlord so that we can breathe new life into our high streets.

It is time for clear action that will give proper help to our small businesses."
So let's get this straight, you realise that small businesses are the "engine of our economy", so what you'll do as part of your policy to give them greater help, is create legislation that will ultimately burden them with higher running costs.

Genius. Can't see the problem with that. rolleyes

FFS. Idiots.
How mental is that!

Ayahuasca

24,247 posts

227 months

Tuesday 19th November
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jsf said:
dangerousB said:
I don't know if this has been mentioned, but one of the Lib Dem's latest ideas is that they'll scrap business rates if they got into power.

Jo Swinson's speech to the CBI said:
"The Liberal Democrats are committed to supporting small businesses who are the engine of our economy. That's why the Liberal Democrats would scrap business rates and replace them with a commercial landowner levy.

It will shift the burden from the tenant to the landlord so that we can breathe new life into our high streets.

It is time for clear action that will give proper help to our small businesses."
So let's get this straight, you realise that small businesses are the "engine of our economy", so what you'll do as part of your policy to give them greater help, is create legislation that will ultimately burden them with higher running costs.

Genius. Can't see the problem with that. rolleyes

FFS. Idiots.
How mental is that!
Maybe she believes that the landperson will swallow the cost of the levy and not pass it on to her tenants?

Interesting grasp of how the real world works.

V8covin

2,361 posts

141 months

Tuesday 19th November
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jsf said:
How mental is that!
My local authority has been giving 100% business rate relief for small businesses for years. It certainly helped me to keep going during a rough patch a few years ago.
I'd imagine that would stop and I and all the other local small businesses would be worse off to the tune of thousands of pounds a year.

That's not to say business rates don't need reforming.The rates on pubs and retail premises in prime spots is extortionate

Burwood

14,111 posts

194 months

Tuesday 19th November
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dangerousB said:
I don't know if this has been mentioned, but one of the Lib Dem's latest ideas is that they'll scrap business rates if they got into power.

Jo Swinson's speech to the CBI said:
"The Liberal Democrats are committed to supporting small businesses who are the engine of our economy. That's why the Liberal Democrats would scrap business rates and replace them with a commercial landowner levy.

It will shift the burden from the tenant to the landlord so that we can breathe new life into our high streets.

It is time for clear action that will give proper help to our small businesses."
So let's get this straight, you realise that small businesses are the "engine of our economy", so what you'll do as part of your policy to give them greater help, is create legislation that will ultimately burden them with higher running costs.

Genius. Can't see the problem with that. rolleyes

FFS. Idiots.
Coming to a commercial lease soon. Indeed. fking idiots

jsf

14,590 posts

184 months

Tuesday 19th November
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V8covin said:
My local authority has been giving 100% business rate relief for small businesses for years. It certainly helped me to keep going during a rough patch a few years ago.
I'd imagine that would stop and I and all the other local small businesses would be worse off to the tune of thousands of pounds a year.

That's not to say business rates don't need reforming.The rates on pubs and retail premises in prime spots is extortionate
Its a fabulous way to crash the commercial property market.

gizlaroc

13,200 posts

172 months

Tuesday 19th November
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sugerbear said:
Another gender based insults. Quell surpose.
Hahaha, what a f**king melt!

It was nothing of the sort.



Oh, and what was your second sentence? Putting an end to being superimposed?

Did you mean to put "quelle surprise"?

By the way, if you did mean the former you got your masculine and feminine the wrong way round anyway, which is a bit ironic.





Captain Raymond Holt

10,272 posts

142 months

Tuesday 19th November
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George Smiley said:
Captain Raymond Holt said:
Have a young son, can confirm - screams

hehe
is he a bit of a girl?
If it helps your argument. hehe

Edited by Captain Raymond Holt on Tuesday 19th November 17:47

JagLover

27,092 posts

183 months

Tuesday 19th November
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Swinson denies killing squirrels for fun

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/11/jo-swinson-d...

jsf

14,590 posts

184 months

Tuesday 19th November
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JagLover said:
Swinson denies killing squirrels for fun

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/11/jo-swinson-d...
Its a bit rich Swinson complaining about fake news when their election literature is rammed to the rafters with fake illustrations of their polling and they are printing false information about opposing candidates.