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DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: Tim Watts
Date: May 13, 2010 22:37

http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill

I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but
it might be worth a browse.

Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
to rewriting that bit.

Part L isn't mentioned yet

--
Tim Watts

Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: Tim Watts
Date: May 13, 2010 22:41

On 13/05/10 21:37, Tim Watts wrote:
> http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill
>
> I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but

^^ whether

Must be going dyslexic or something...
> it might be worth a browse.
>
> Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
> utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
> to rewriting that bit.
>
> Part L isn't mentioned yet
>

--
Tim Watts

Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: JimK
Date: May 13, 2010 22:43

On 13 May, 21:37, Tim Watts dionic.net> wrote:
> http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill
>
> I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but
> it might be worth a browse.
>
> Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
> utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
> to rewriting that bit.
>
> Part L isn't mentioned yet
>
> --
> Tim Watts
>
> Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.

can't help thinking this is not really going anyway - some of the
stuff listed as "wrong" is verging on the ludicrous - Listed
Buildings, Firearms, Foxes?
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: Tim Watts
Date: May 13, 2010 23:30

On 13/05/10 21:43, JimK wrote:
> On 13 May, 21:37, Tim Wattsdionic.net> wrote:
>> http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill
>>
>> I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but
>> it might be worth a browse.
>>
>> Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
>> utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
>> to rewriting that bit.
>>
>> Part L isn't mentioned yet
>>
>> --
>> Tim Watts
>>
>> Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.
>
> can't help thinking this is not really going anyway - some of the
> stuff listed as "wrong" is verging on the ludicrous - Listed ...
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 00:18

JimK wrote:
> On 13 May, 21:37, Tim Watts dionic.net> wrote:
>> http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill
>>
>> I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but
>> it might be worth a browse.
>>
>> Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
>> utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
>> to rewriting that bit.
>>
>> Part L isn't mentioned yet
>>
>> --
>> Tim Watts
>>
>> Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.
>
> can't help thinking this is not really going anyway - some of the
> stuff listed as "wrong" is verging on the ludicrous - Listed ...
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: The Natural Philosopher
Date: May 14, 2010 01:39

Tim Watts wrote:
> On 13/05/10 21:43, JimK wrote:
>> On 13 May, 21:37, Tim Wattsdionic.net> wrote:
>>> http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Great_Repeal_Bill
>>>
>>> I'm not entirely sure weather anyone will take any notice of this, but
>>> it might be worth a browse.
>>>
>>> Part P is mentioned, but the reasoning text submitted by someone is
>>> utter bollocks. I've left a comment on the discussion page with a view
>>> to rewriting that bit.
>>>
>>> Part L isn't mentioned yet
>>>
>>> --
>>> Tim Watts
>>>
>>> Hung parliament? Rather have a hanged parliament.
>>
>> can't help thinking this is not really going anyway - some of the ...
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: Grimly Curmudgeon
Date: May 14, 2010 03:09

We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the
drugs began to take hold. I remember The Natural Philosopher
saying something like:
>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.

Not just the horses, half the riders have huge arses.
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Author: Bob Martin
Date: May 14, 2010 09:13

in 738831 20100513 231832 The Natural Philosopher 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 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.
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


Date: May 14, 2010 09:34

Bob Martin wrote:
> in 738831 20100513 231832 The Natural Philosopher 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 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.

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.

Colin Bignell
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Re: DIY Great Repeal Act         


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 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.
>
> 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 suddenly decided that rats were similarly cute and adorable.
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