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The Lounge / Spanner in great danger
« on: November 15, 2018, 02:40:55 AM »
I live about 150 yards away from Barmston drain. What should I do?

Philosophy, Religion & Society / Spanner34.5 is Jesus.
« on: October 01, 2018, 03:12:56 AM »
A few years ago, I visited the blood donation clinic for one of my regular visits. On entry we log in at reception. The first communication I had with the doctor/nurse was to inform me, I was dead, so my blood was not taken. I argued with the medically  qualified person well enough for my blood to be taken.
Obviously, coming back to life so quickly, it must have been the second coming.
This obviously means I am Jesus.

The Lounge / 5 years
« on: November 25, 2013, 05:35:52 AM »
 ??? The wonderful Spanner has been on the FES for 5 years.

Why no congratulations, medals, expensive presents, appointments to MOD or any fecking thing?????

Arts & Entertainment / Kate Middleton topless. Load of fuss over nowt.
« on: September 18, 2012, 05:39:34 AM »

Flat Earth Q&A / Is the dinosaur paradox final proof of the flat earth?
« on: September 06, 2012, 07:57:57 AM »
It was impossible for the largest dinosaurs to have supported their own weight under round earth conditions as there is no mechanism for round earth gravity to have varied over the ages.

The U.A., in the past, may have been a lower force, gravitation would have been lower than today, so under flat earth conditions the larger dinosaurs could have existed.

Please discuss.

This site claims to have a cure for the damaged ozone layer.
I would value honest opinions as to the truth in their claim

Arts & Entertainment / Best program on the telly
« on: March 29, 2012, 03:52:06 AM »
After 45 years success on the wireless, it moves to the new fangled telly thing.

The Declaration of Independence was not only illegal, but actually treasonable. There is no legal principle then or now to allow a group of citizens to establish their own laws because they want to. What if Texas decided today it wanted to secede from the Union?

Lincoln made the case against secession and he was right. The Declaration of Independence itself, in the absence of any recognised legal basis, had to appeal to "natural law", an undefined concept, and to "self-evident truths", that is to say truths for which no evidence could be provided.

The grievances listed in the Declaration were too trivial to justify secession. The main one - no taxation without representation - was no more than a wish on the part of the colonists, to avoid paying for the expense of protecting them against the French during seven years of arduous war and conflict.

Arts & Entertainment / Cream, 3 Silly old men.
« on: October 10, 2011, 02:32:07 AM »
Three silly old men trying to play music in some shed called The Royal Albert Hall.

Some say one of them is God.

Arts & Entertainment / Music banned in Canada......Until now.
« on: September 02, 2011, 01:56:31 AM »

Beware, this is with the banned word.

The Lounge / Something to cheer everyone up.
« on: June 22, 2011, 01:22:23 AM »
 The nights are drawing in. The downhill slide has started. Soon be Christmas.

The Lounge / Is lime a forbidden word?
« on: June 13, 2011, 04:38:20 AM »

Flat Earth Q&A / Highest mountain?
« on: February 21, 2011, 06:10:38 AM »
Round earth theorists state that Everest is the highest mountain above sea level. However Chimborazo is the highest above the Earth's centre.

Which is the highest point on the flat Earth?

 According to research conducted by an English College professor, America did not take its name from Amerigo Vespucci, but from a senior collector of Customs at Bristol, the main port from which English voyages of discovery sailed in the late 15th century. Dr. Basil Cottle, who is himself of Welsh birth, tells us that the official was Richard Amerik, one of the chief investors in the second transatlantic voyage of John Cabot, which led to the famous navigator receiving the King's Pension for his discoveries.

John Cabot landed in the New World in May 1497, becoming the first recorded European to set foot on American soil. As far as Amerik's Welsh connection is concerned, the word "Amerik" itself seems to be derived from ap Meuric, Welsh for the son of Maurice. (The later was anglicized further to Morris). There was a large Welsh population in Bristol in the late 15th century.

The Lounge / More flat Earth breeding.
« on: February 14, 2011, 05:10:53 AM »
John Davis
To all those that don't know, I'm have a kid with my awesome girlfriend Margaux. Its a boy due June 4.

I found this on Feckbook.

Gayer appears to be hospitalised for some time. Her pregnancy, caused by The Bloke, must be part of the problem.

We must act..............HOW

The Lounge / Gayer
« on: October 13, 2010, 01:48:25 AM »
Anyone here in contact with Gayer. I think she is in hospital with a kidney problem. I would like to know how she is.

Flat Earth Information Repository / An interview with Daniel
« on: September 29, 2010, 04:30:05 AM »
Apologies if this has been posted before, please delete if it has.

Arts & Entertainment / Last night of the proms wrecked by caterwauling yank.
« on: September 14, 2010, 02:11:07 AM »

Although America is one of the colonies, the use of this screeching object and her like should be resisted in the future.

British and commonwealth soloists in the future please.

Apologies to the FES for posting such an obscenity.

The Lounge / The most evil woman in the world.
« on: August 26, 2010, 01:01:33 AM »
Should this evil witch be burned at the stake?

The RSPCA has said it will be speaking to a woman caught on CCTV dumping a cat into a wheelie bin in Coventry.

Lola, a four-year-old tabby, was discovered 15 hours later by owner Darryl Mann after he heard her cries.

He then checked his security cameras and saw footage of the woman first stroking Lola and then grabbing her by the neck and throwing her in the bin.

Police said they had identified the woman and community support officers had been stationed outside her home.

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I thought she might have got in herself - she's not the brightest cat”

Darryl Man, cat owner
Mr Mann, 26, of Brays Lane, said he had not noticed that Lola had been missing.

"She is a night cat. We sometimes don't see her in the day unless she comes in for food."

He said he had been going out to his car on Sunday morning when he heard her meowing.

"I thought at first she was under the car. But then I found her in the bin."

He later checked his CCTV, which he installed for security reasons, to see how Lola had ended up in the bin.

"I thought she might have got in herself - she's not the brightest cat.

"It's disgusting, she's a lovely cat... she'd never hurt anyone.

Large crowd
"I don't know how someone could do it to such a defenceless animal.

"Obviously, we had to go through a good few hours of video footage, but... within a couple of hours we had it on the internet."

West Midlands Police said they received a call on Sunday evening reporting what had happened.

They said the actions caught on CCTV could constitute an animal cruelty offence because of the likely suffering caused to the cat.

The force said it was supporting the RSPCA investigation and urged the public to leave the matter to the authorities.

It said a large crowd had gathered outside the woman's home and police community support officers were there to monitor the situation.

"Media speculation that the woman is being given police protection is categorically not the case," it added.

"Community support officers are outside the woman's address monitoring a large group of people - most of them from the media - for public order purposes as per routine police procedure."

It said the RSPCA was due to talk to the woman shortly.

The Lounge / Real space travel?
« on: August 18, 2010, 09:15:33 AM »

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