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Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 10:39

... ought to be extinct anyway, and at least gets a bit of exercise before it gets its neck broken. Unlike some people. The fox has the same right to life that you do - whatever that is. My poiunt was that we should repeal the right to life of fox hunters, anti fox hunters and foxes, and et them get on with it. But as for foxes having te same 'right to life' as me? what on earth ...
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Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 01:39

..., re Part P and part L, letters to one's own MP is the better bet, and the more traditional way. At least in principle, he can pass them to the Minister responsible directly even if he can't be arsed to act on them himself (or even understand the issues). Let's face it - why would my millionaire ex banker MP care about windows - he's the last person who's likely to dirty his ...
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Author: Tim Watts
Date: May 13, 2010 23:30

..., re Part P and part L, letters to one's own MP is the better bet, and the more traditional way. At least in principle, he can pass them to the Minister responsible directly even if he can't be arsed to act on them himself (or even understand the issues). Let's face it - why would my millionaire ex banker MP care about windows - he's the last person who's likely to dirty his hands when ...
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Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 12:49

Tim Watts wrote: On 14/05/10 08:13, Bob Martin wrote: in 738831 20100513 231832 The Natural Philosopher<tnp@invalid.invalid> wrote: Foxhunting is a dead issue. No one gives a damn, least of all the police, if a bunch of bearded lunatics in sandals want to throw themselves under the hooves of a bunch of pissed up lunatics in red coats on horses with large ...
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Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 12:48

Roger Chapman wrote: On 14/05/2010 09:40, The Natural Philosopher wrote: Foxes are vermin and a potential vector for rabies should it ever take hold in Britain. The question is not about whether they should be killed, but about in what manner. Around here we don't have a hunt and foxes are routinely shot. I wonder what would happen if those who see foxes ...
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Author: Roger Chapman
Date: May 14, 2010 11:44

On 14/05/2010 09:40, The Natural Philosopher wrote: Foxes are vermin and a potential vector for rabies should it ever take hold in Britain. The question is not about whether they should be killed, but about in what manner. Around here we don't have a hunt and foxes are routinely shot. I wonder what would happen if those who see foxes as desirable bundles of fun ...
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Author: Tim Watts
Date: May 14, 2010 11:34

On 14/05/10 08:13, Bob Martin wrote: in 738831 20100513 231832 The Natural Philosopher<tnp@invalid.invalid> wrote: Foxhunting is a dead issue. No one gives a damn, least of all the police, if a bunch of bearded lunatics in sandals want to throw themselves under the hooves of a bunch of pissed up lunatics in red coats on horses with large bottoms. On account of a ratty ...
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Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 10:40

Roger Chapman wrote: On 14/05/2010 08:34, Nightjar <"cpb"@ insertmysurnamehere> wrote: Foxhunting is a dead issue. No one gives a damn, least of all the police, if a bunch of bearded lunatics in sandals want to throw themselves under the hooves of a bunch of pissed up lunatics in red coats on horses with large bottoms. On account of a ratty verminous creature that...
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Author: Roger Chapman
Date: May 14, 2010 10:29

On 14/05/2010 08:34, Nightjar <"cpb"@ insertmysurnamehere> wrote: Foxhunting is a dead issue. No one gives a damn, least of all the police, if a bunch of bearded lunatics in sandals want to throw themselves under the hooves of a bunch of pissed up lunatics in red coats on horses with large bottoms. On account of a ratty verminous creature that probably ought to be extinct...
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Author: Bob Martin
Date: May 14, 2010 09:13

in 738831 20100513 231832 The Natural Philosopher <tnp@invalid.invalid> wrote: Foxhunting is a dead issue. No one gives a damn, least of all the police, if a bunch of bearded lunatics in sandals want to throw themselves under the hooves of a bunch of pissed up lunatics in red coats on horses with large bottoms. On account of a ratty verminous creature that probably ought to be extinct...
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