UKIP MEP calls Thai constituent a "ting tong"

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South East UKIP MEP calls Thai constituent a "ting tong"

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A UKIP MEP has apologised "profusely" after calling a Thai constituent a "ting tong".

Janice Atkinson, who represents the south east, was recorded making the comments after meeting Fa Munday, a mobile food seller in Ramsgate, Kent, and her husband Vincent.

Mr Munday, a UKIP supporter, said the couple had been left shocked by the "outrageous" comments.

He said: "It's a bit outrageous, her comments have come as a bit of a shock," he told BBC South East Today. "I'm quite offended."

Ms Atkinson's comments were captured by the BBC team while she spoke to local people and Ukip members in Ramsgate.

She said: "So that was good. We've got Fa who's, I dunno, she's a ting tong from somewhere."

Ms Atkinson insisted the comments were naive rather than malicious and said she was "incredibly sorry" for offending the couple.

She said: "I deeply regret the words I used and am incredibly sorry. It was poor judgment and naivety on my part rather than words spoken with any malice. I am devastated that I have caused hurt and apologise profusely to both Mr and Mrs Munday."

A UKIP spokesman said: "Janice has apologised for the words she used. Ukip in no way condones the use of language that may reflect prejudice or cause offence and we sincerely hope this matter can be resolved privately."

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8:20am Tue 19 Aug 14

FC says...

A UKIP supporter with a foreign wife?

On a scale of socks to potato, how retarded are UKIP supporters?
A UKIP supporter with a foreign wife? On a scale of socks to potato, how retarded are UKIP supporters? FC
  • Score: 10

8:58am Tue 19 Aug 14

Take it Personally says...

She’s only sorry because she was caught out. This exposes all that is vile about UKIP and its members and supporters.
The hypocrisy to even try and justify what she has said is astounding, her apology pathetic. She said what she said, don’t try and dress it up as anything other than the paranoid xenophobic world these sad people live in.
She’s only sorry because she was caught out. This exposes all that is vile about UKIP and its members and supporters. The hypocrisy to even try and justify what she has said is astounding, her apology pathetic. She said what she said, don’t try and dress it up as anything other than the paranoid xenophobic world these sad people live in. Take it Personally
  • Score: 16

9:22am Tue 19 Aug 14

Atticus says...

Another 'isolated incident'.
Another 'isolated incident'. Atticus
  • Score: 8

9:50am Tue 19 Aug 14

Craig_Futurists says...

A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation.
A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation. Craig_Futurists
  • Score: 15

10:05am Tue 19 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

Technically what she said was a derogatory term, not racist or xenophobic, 'Thai Bride' is the correct terminology. Otherwise 'Little Britain' would not have been shown on TV as too racist and The Argus could not use the term 'Ting Tong'! As I have !
Technically what she said was a derogatory term, not racist or xenophobic, 'Thai Bride' is the correct terminology. Otherwise 'Little Britain' would not have been shown on TV as too racist and The Argus could not use the term 'Ting Tong'! As I have ! Nosfaratu
  • Score: -2

10:23am Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

She had nothing to apologise for.

She clearly spoke from the heart, and clearly wasn't trying to upset the person in question.
She had nothing to apologise for. She clearly spoke from the heart, and clearly wasn't trying to upset the person in question. notslimjim
  • Score: -18

10:44am Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Craig_Futurists wrote:
A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation.
Was it a slip of the tongue?

She was describing the woman in terms that many will understand.
[quote][p][bold]Craig_Futurists[/bold] wrote: A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation.[/p][/quote]Was it a slip of the tongue? She was describing the woman in terms that many will understand. notslimjim
  • Score: 1

10:49am Tue 19 Aug 14

Cyril Bolleaux says...

The wife of Gerard Batten, the UKIP MEP, is from Thailand. The wife of Nigel Farage is from Germany. Please don't let the facts interfere with your ignorance.
The wife of Gerard Batten, the UKIP MEP, is from Thailand. The wife of Nigel Farage is from Germany. Please don't let the facts interfere with your ignorance. Cyril Bolleaux
  • Score: 2

10:53am Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Take it Personally wrote:
She’s only sorry because she was caught out. This exposes all that is vile about UKIP and its members and supporters.
The hypocrisy to even try and justify what she has said is astounding, her apology pathetic. She said what she said, don’t try and dress it up as anything other than the paranoid xenophobic world these sad people live in.
And what if she is 'racist'?

It's not an offence, and those views are shared by millions of people in this country who are terrified of speaking their minds o the matter publicly.
[quote][p][bold]Take it Personally[/bold] wrote: She’s only sorry because she was caught out. This exposes all that is vile about UKIP and its members and supporters. The hypocrisy to even try and justify what she has said is astounding, her apology pathetic. She said what she said, don’t try and dress it up as anything other than the paranoid xenophobic world these sad people live in.[/p][/quote]And what if she is 'racist'? It's not an offence, and those views are shared by millions of people in this country who are terrified of speaking their minds o the matter publicly. notslimjim
  • Score: -9

11:32am Tue 19 Aug 14

rolivan says...

She is an MEP so why should the matter be dealt with privately when it happened in a Public place in front of the Cameras.
She is an MEP so why should the matter be dealt with privately when it happened in a Public place in front of the Cameras. rolivan
  • Score: 9

12:05pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

rolivan wrote:
She is an MEP so why should the matter be dealt with privately when it happened in a Public place in front of the Cameras.
It wasn't in front of the cameras.

It was merely picked up by a recording device.
[quote][p][bold]rolivan[/bold] wrote: She is an MEP so why should the matter be dealt with privately when it happened in a Public place in front of the Cameras.[/p][/quote]It wasn't in front of the cameras. It was merely picked up by a recording device. notslimjim
  • Score: 0

12:06pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

"A UKIP MEP has apologised "profusely" after calling a Thai constituent a "ting tong". "

She didn't 'call' them that.

She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing.
"A UKIP MEP has apologised "profusely" after calling a Thai constituent a "ting tong". " She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing. notslimjim
  • Score: -8

12:37pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP"

Anything to smear UKIP, eh?

It shows how desperate people are at their success.
Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP" Anything to smear UKIP, eh? It shows how desperate people are at their success. notslimjim
  • Score: -6

12:46pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Spanners says...

notslimjim - wow, just wow

by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?!

I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level
notslimjim - wow, just wow by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?! I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level Spanners
  • Score: 3

12:49pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Craig_Futurists says...

notslimjim wrote:
Craig_Futurists wrote:
A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation.
Was it a slip of the tongue?

She was describing the woman in terms that many will understand.
According to her it was or at least that is what she claims, but in the context of what she said it was the same as Godfrey Bloom who said 'Bongo Bongo Land'
Maybe she was just trying to be funny which is rarely a good idea for politicians as you'll end up offending someone regardless.
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Craig_Futurists[/bold] wrote: A slip of the tongue can reveal more about a person than an hour long conversation.[/p][/quote]Was it a slip of the tongue? She was describing the woman in terms that many will understand.[/p][/quote]According to her it was or at least that is what she claims, but in the context of what she said it was the same as Godfrey Bloom who said 'Bongo Bongo Land' Maybe she was just trying to be funny which is rarely a good idea for politicians as you'll end up offending someone regardless. Craig_Futurists
  • Score: 16

12:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Spanners wrote:
notslimjim - wow, just wow

by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?!

I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level
I was talking about the nonsense of the entire affair.

I didn't even say it was OK to refer to to him as a 'chink' to her husband.

Try not to feel too stupid after having that pointed out to you.
[quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: notslimjim - wow, just wow by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?! I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level[/p][/quote]I was talking about the nonsense of the entire affair. I didn't even say it was OK to refer to to him as a 'chink' to her husband. Try not to feel too stupid after having that pointed out to you. notslimjim
  • Score: -1

12:55pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

Many people say things that are ill advised and there is not a single person who can claim never to have had a negative thought and expressed that thought. In other words, let he (or she) who is without fault cast the first stone.

Then there is the qestion of the oppressive nature of PC. Where every thought, word and deed is judged as to its acceptability according to the regime of the day. Calling the Asian lady (oops, woman) a "ting tong" was ill advised and Janice quite correctly apologised. I am certain there was not an ounce of malice behind it.

Most of us have watched the PC-incorrect "Little Britain" where a Brit had imported an Asian bride called Ting Tong. TV can have a profound influence on our use of language and catch phrases, even names, can creep into the vernacular very easily. If you can't remember someone's name you might easily use a catch phrase as Janice did.

So lighten up Britain, lets learn to laugh a bit more and let us not go down the path of harmanism or PC policing because it will lead us to where we do not want to go. If you want to know where that is, read Orwell's "1984."
Many people say things that are ill advised and there is not a single person who can claim never to have had a negative thought and expressed that thought. In other words, let he (or she) who is without fault cast the first stone. Then there is the qestion of the oppressive nature of PC. Where every thought, word and deed is judged as to its acceptability according to the regime of the day. Calling the Asian lady (oops, woman) a "ting tong" was ill advised and Janice quite correctly apologised. I am certain there was not an ounce of malice behind it. Most of us have watched the PC-incorrect "Little Britain" where a Brit had imported an Asian bride called Ting Tong. TV can have a profound influence on our use of language and catch phrases, even names, can creep into the vernacular very easily. If you can't remember someone's name you might easily use a catch phrase as Janice did. So lighten up Britain, lets learn to laugh a bit more and let us not go down the path of harmanism or PC policing because it will lead us to where we do not want to go. If you want to know where that is, read Orwell's "1984." Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 11

1:00pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Spanners says...

oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more Spanners
  • Score: 4

1:06pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
"The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. "

Considering that I haven't stated that 'ting tong' is a derogatory racist term, your reasoning is flawed.

" Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you."

You haven't explained any of my words to me, so I can understand how stupid you must feel at having that fact pointed out.

Yes, run along, sonny, and leave the discussion to the grown ups.
[quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]"The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. " Considering that I haven't stated that 'ting tong' is a derogatory racist term, your reasoning is flawed. " Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you." You haven't explained any of my words to me, so I can understand how stupid you must feel at having that fact pointed out. Yes, run along, sonny, and leave the discussion to the grown ups. notslimjim
  • Score: -7

1:25pm Tue 19 Aug 14

gazzamagoo says...

Naive?? No, ignorant and bigotted. Not naive.
Naive?? No, ignorant and bigotted. Not naive. gazzamagoo
  • Score: 7

1:28pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
[quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong. Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 0

1:42pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

The Argus have made UKIP its main story which suggests the establishment are going to be listening to every word and judging every thought in the run up to 2015. It is worth bearing in mind that the estbalishment are being watched too and a couple of years ago the hard left Mirror published the names of a long list of NuTories who had made racist remarks (that did not appear in the Argus): http://www.mirror.co
.uk/news/uk-news/pro
of-camerons-tories-r
acist-sexist-191792

A quick "google" shows many pages of politicians from the establishment as well as UKIP making "racist" comments. It would be a fine thing for the Argus to introduce balance and cover all of them. That way the Argus would demonstrate that it is not politically motivated.

We as a people are too obssessed with "racism." After all a bigot is someone with a different point of view.
The Argus have made UKIP its main story which suggests the establishment are going to be listening to every word and judging every thought in the run up to 2015. It is worth bearing in mind that the estbalishment are being watched too and a couple of years ago the hard left Mirror published the names of a long list of NuTories who had made racist remarks (that did not appear in the Argus): http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/pro of-camerons-tories-r acist-sexist-191792 A quick "google" shows many pages of politicians from the establishment as well as UKIP making "racist" comments. It would be a fine thing for the Argus to introduce balance and cover all of them. That way the Argus would demonstrate that it is not politically motivated. We as a people are too obssessed with "racism." After all a bigot is someone with a different point of view. Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 8

1:43pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Many people say things that are ill advised and there is not a single person who can claim never to have had a negative thought and expressed that thought. In other words, let he (or she) who is without fault cast the first stone.

Then there is the qestion of the oppressive nature of PC. Where every thought, word and deed is judged as to its acceptability according to the regime of the day. Calling the Asian lady (oops, woman) a "ting tong" was ill advised and Janice quite correctly apologised. I am certain there was not an ounce of malice behind it.

Most of us have watched the PC-incorrect "Little Britain" where a Brit had imported an Asian bride called Ting Tong. TV can have a profound influence on our use of language and catch phrases, even names, can creep into the vernacular very easily. If you can't remember someone's name you might easily use a catch phrase as Janice did.

So lighten up Britain, lets learn to laugh a bit more and let us not go down the path of harmanism or PC policing because it will lead us to where we do not want to go. If you want to know where that is, read Orwell's "1984."
Your not wrong there Libertarian Patriot.
I can hardly believe that just a 'term' used in the wrong place can lead to such an outcry. It is surely that sense of being watched and listened to, all the time that Orwell was pointing out as oppressive.

Not to be able to express yourself even in mild terms can lead to punitive results. Ok so your not executed or thrown in prison but the feeling of looking over your shoulder all the time just in case the PC Brigade is watching is a bad as the STASI, GESTAPO or Mao's Little Red Book supporters.
Today the worst adherents to 'MONO THOUGHT' are ISIS who kill anybody who thinks outside the box. Lighten up a bit, the world will keep turning even they cannot change.
[quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: Many people say things that are ill advised and there is not a single person who can claim never to have had a negative thought and expressed that thought. In other words, let he (or she) who is without fault cast the first stone. Then there is the qestion of the oppressive nature of PC. Where every thought, word and deed is judged as to its acceptability according to the regime of the day. Calling the Asian lady (oops, woman) a "ting tong" was ill advised and Janice quite correctly apologised. I am certain there was not an ounce of malice behind it. Most of us have watched the PC-incorrect "Little Britain" where a Brit had imported an Asian bride called Ting Tong. TV can have a profound influence on our use of language and catch phrases, even names, can creep into the vernacular very easily. If you can't remember someone's name you might easily use a catch phrase as Janice did. So lighten up Britain, lets learn to laugh a bit more and let us not go down the path of harmanism or PC policing because it will lead us to where we do not want to go. If you want to know where that is, read Orwell's "1984."[/p][/quote]Your not wrong there Libertarian Patriot. I can hardly believe that just a 'term' used in the wrong place can lead to such an outcry. It is surely that sense of being watched and listened to, all the time that Orwell was pointing out as oppressive. Not to be able to express yourself even in mild terms can lead to punitive results. Ok so your not executed or thrown in prison but the feeling of looking over your shoulder all the time just in case the PC Brigade is watching is a bad as the STASI, GESTAPO or Mao's Little Red Book supporters. Today the worst adherents to 'MONO THOUGHT' are ISIS who kill anybody who thinks outside the box. Lighten up a bit, the world will keep turning even they cannot change. Nosfaratu
  • Score: 2

1:45pm Tue 19 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
[quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice! thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: -1

1:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

The award for the racist remark of the year should have gone to former Tory Attorney General Dominic Grieve, MP, QC (http://www.telegrap
h.co.uk/news/politic
s/10469448/Corruptio
n-rife-in-the-Pakist
ani-community-says-m
inister.html) when he said the Pakistani community evidenced "rife" corruption.

No outcry. Not a whimper from the liberal left. No front page on the Argus.

The hypocrisy is rife in this country with everyone out to call everyone else a "racist" or some sort of phobe. It is getting unbearable. Alf Garnett for PM!
The award for the racist remark of the year should have gone to former Tory Attorney General Dominic Grieve, MP, QC (http://www.telegrap h.co.uk/news/politic s/10469448/Corruptio n-rife-in-the-Pakist ani-community-says-m inister.html) when he said the Pakistani community evidenced "rife" corruption. No outcry. Not a whimper from the liberal left. No front page on the Argus. The hypocrisy is rife in this country with everyone out to call everyone else a "racist" or some sort of phobe. It is getting unbearable. Alf Garnett for PM! Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: -3

1:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
You are socially inept. Get a life !
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice![/p][/quote]You are socially inept. Get a life ! Nosfaratu
  • Score: 0

2:08pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Libertarian Patriot says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
A time warp back to the 50's?

Some ask if our brave new world of PC and thought police is any better. The policies of successive governments has created racism because we have become a ghettoised nation where "diversity" is lauded over unity. We are obsessed with calling everything that disagrees with official policy as some sort of "phobia." Thus, a person who disagrees with same sex marriage becomes a homophobe. We even have people calling UKIP racist because they want to adopt the Australian system to regulate immigration and no one calls the Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians or Americans racist for having an immigration policy!

Where are we today? A divided Britain where a soldier is cut to pieces on our streets. Where are jails are overflowing and racist wars go on outside the control of our now privatised prison guards. Stabbings and murder rates hundreds of times higher than the 1950's. Where entire towns are cordoned off and declared to be "Sharia" and the law of the land is superceded by Sharia. Trojan Horse and rampant sexism in those schools and no outcry by the liberal PC left.

We have the BBC "editing" Fawlty Towers to remove sexist comments by Basil. Heaven knows what they will do to "Until Death do us part." Dad's Army next?

The 1950's may not have been perfect but to compare the state of our society with back then........yes I will be supporting UKIP but not to turn the clock back but to lookk forward to make sure there is a future for my family and my kids. A nation that has control of its own borders and a sensible approach to immigration. Where we will have our laws made by our own Parliament. Where jobs go to those who are living here, no matter who they are, first. Where the education system helps the poorer classes have a first class education. Where nurses are properly trained and are esteemed above managers who get massive bonuses while nurses get a 1% rise. Where oppressive PC is not alowed to thrive and stifle our traditional freedom of speech, religion, conscience and association.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice![/p][/quote]A time warp back to the 50's? Some ask if our brave new world of PC and thought police is any better. The policies of successive governments has created racism because we have become a ghettoised nation where "diversity" is lauded over unity. We are obsessed with calling everything that disagrees with official policy as some sort of "phobia." Thus, a person who disagrees with same sex marriage becomes a homophobe. We even have people calling UKIP racist because they want to adopt the Australian system to regulate immigration and no one calls the Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians or Americans racist for having an immigration policy! Where are we today? A divided Britain where a soldier is cut to pieces on our streets. Where are jails are overflowing and racist wars go on outside the control of our now privatised prison guards. Stabbings and murder rates hundreds of times higher than the 1950's. Where entire towns are cordoned off and declared to be "Sharia" and the law of the land is superceded by Sharia. Trojan Horse and rampant sexism in those schools and no outcry by the liberal PC left. We have the BBC "editing" Fawlty Towers to remove sexist comments by Basil. Heaven knows what they will do to "Until Death do us part." Dad's Army next? The 1950's may not have been perfect but to compare the state of our society with back then........yes I will be supporting UKIP but not to turn the clock back but to lookk forward to make sure there is a future for my family and my kids. A nation that has control of its own borders and a sensible approach to immigration. Where we will have our laws made by our own Parliament. Where jobs go to those who are living here, no matter who they are, first. Where the education system helps the poorer classes have a first class education. Where nurses are properly trained and are esteemed above managers who get massive bonuses while nurses get a 1% rise. Where oppressive PC is not alowed to thrive and stifle our traditional freedom of speech, religion, conscience and association. Libertarian Patriot
  • Score: 4

2:19pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
Isn't it rather racist of you to claim that a person's nationality can be deduced with accuracy just by looking at their features?
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice![/p][/quote]Isn't it rather racist of you to claim that a person's nationality can be deduced with accuracy just by looking at their features? notslimjim
  • Score: -1

2:29pm Tue 19 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

notslimjim wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
Isn't it rather racist of you to claim that a person's nationality can be deduced with accuracy just by looking at their features?
There was no reason to mention their race in the first place. But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth.

Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support.
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice![/p][/quote]Isn't it rather racist of you to claim that a person's nationality can be deduced with accuracy just by looking at their features?[/p][/quote]There was no reason to mention their race in the first place. But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth. Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support. thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 1

2:33pm Tue 19 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

Nosfaratu wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
Libertarian Patriot wrote:
Spanners wrote:
oh dear notsoslimjim

try to wriggle if you like but you actually said

"She didn't 'call' them that.
She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing."

you also said

"She had nothing to apologise for"

The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms.

Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you.

Having said that I shall feed the troll no more
I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.
In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference.

Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice!
You are socially inept. Get a life !
You are commenting pointlessly. Get a life!
[quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: oh dear notsoslimjim try to wriggle if you like but you actually said "She didn't 'call' them that. She used the term to describe them, which isn't the same thing." you also said "She had nothing to apologise for" The clear inference being that it is just fine to "describe"people in derogatory racist terms. Please try not too feel too stupid at having your own words explained to you. Having said that I shall feed the troll no more[/p][/quote]I am not at all sure it was "racist." The term was clearly sourced from Little Britain which cast an Engish male (Mr Dudley) with an Asian female (Ting Tong). It is wrong, in my view, to assume the Asian woman was inferior because the BBC used the name "Ting Tong." Janice Atkinson might have been rude but hardly racist as the association was referencing Little Britain with which many of us are familiar. And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist. Neither should the BBC be seen as racist for promoting Little Britain and Ting Tong.[/p][/quote]In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs.' Therein lies the difference. Yet another example of what an embarrassment UKIP are. They seem to live in some time warp from the 1950s. What with bong bongo land and ting tongs. Did none of these people go to school and study geography? You only need to use the continent if you are that unsure - Asia in this case, Janice![/p][/quote]You are socially inept. Get a life ![/p][/quote]You are commenting pointlessly. Get a life! thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 0

2:41pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place."

Isn't that the whole point of this report?

" But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth."

I haven't put any words in your mouth.

You stated:

"In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs."

You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear:

"she's a ting tong from somewhere."

SOMEWHERE......Janic
e had no idea what her nationality was.


But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked.

I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them.

"Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support."

Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.
"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place." Isn't that the whole point of this report? " But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth." I haven't put any words in your mouth. You stated: "In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs." You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear: "she's a ting tong from somewhere." SOMEWHERE......Janic e had no idea what her nationality was. But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked. I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them. "Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support." Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear. notslimjim
  • Score: -4

3:39pm Tue 19 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

notslimjim wrote:
"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place."

Isn't that the whole point of this report?

" But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth."

I haven't put any words in your mouth.

You stated:

"In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs."

You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear:

"she's a ting tong from somewhere."

SOMEWHERE......Janic

e had no idea what her nationality was.


But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked.

I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them.

"Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support."

Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.
You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie.

If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai.

Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations!
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "There was no reason to mention their race in the first place." Isn't that the whole point of this report? " But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth." I haven't put any words in your mouth. You stated: "In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs." You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear: "she's a ting tong from somewhere." SOMEWHERE......Janic e had no idea what her nationality was. But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked. I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them. "Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support." Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.[/p][/quote]You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie. If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai. Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations! thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 2

3:52pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place."

Isn't that the whole point of this report?

" But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth."

I haven't put any words in your mouth.

You stated:

"In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs."

You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear:

"she's a ting tong from somewhere."

SOMEWHERE......Janic


e had no idea what her nationality was.


But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked.

I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them.

"Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support."

Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.
You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie.

If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai.

Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations!
"You are Gary Schofield "

As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons.

" If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai."

Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage.

" I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. "

I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "There was no reason to mention their race in the first place." Isn't that the whole point of this report? " But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth." I haven't put any words in your mouth. You stated: "In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs." You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear: "she's a ting tong from somewhere." SOMEWHERE......Janic e had no idea what her nationality was. But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked. I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them. "Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support." Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.[/p][/quote]You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie. If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai. Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations![/p][/quote]"You are Gary Schofield " As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons. " If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai." Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage. " I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. " I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances. notslimjim
  • Score: -2

4:17pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Libertarian Patriot wrote:
The award for the racist remark of the year should have gone to former Tory Attorney General Dominic Grieve, MP, QC (http://www.telegrap

h.co.uk/news/politic

s/10469448/Corruptio

n-rife-in-the-Pakist

ani-community-says-m

inister.html) when he said the Pakistani community evidenced "rife" corruption.

No outcry. Not a whimper from the liberal left. No front page on the Argus.

The hypocrisy is rife in this country with everyone out to call everyone else a "racist" or some sort of phobe. It is getting unbearable. Alf Garnett for PM!
Why should there have been an outcry?

It's a well-known fact that corruption is rife among them, and stating that fact isn't 'racist' in the slightest.
[quote][p][bold]Libertarian Patriot[/bold] wrote: The award for the racist remark of the year should have gone to former Tory Attorney General Dominic Grieve, MP, QC (http://www.telegrap h.co.uk/news/politic s/10469448/Corruptio n-rife-in-the-Pakist ani-community-says-m inister.html) when he said the Pakistani community evidenced "rife" corruption. No outcry. Not a whimper from the liberal left. No front page on the Argus. The hypocrisy is rife in this country with everyone out to call everyone else a "racist" or some sort of phobe. It is getting unbearable. Alf Garnett for PM![/p][/quote]Why should there have been an outcry? It's a well-known fact that corruption is rife among them, and stating that fact isn't 'racist' in the slightest. notslimjim
  • Score: 0

4:27pm Tue 19 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

notslimjim wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place."

Isn't that the whole point of this report?

" But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth."

I haven't put any words in your mouth.

You stated:

"In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs."

You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear:

"she's a ting tong from somewhere."

SOMEWHERE......Janic



e had no idea what her nationality was.


But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked.

I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them.

"Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support."

Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.
You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie.

If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai.

Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations!
"You are Gary Schofield "

As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons.

" If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai."

Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage.

" I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. "

I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances.
ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "There was no reason to mention their race in the first place." Isn't that the whole point of this report? " But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth." I haven't put any words in your mouth. You stated: "In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs." You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear: "she's a ting tong from somewhere." SOMEWHERE......Janic e had no idea what her nationality was. But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked. I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them. "Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support." Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.[/p][/quote]You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie. If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai. Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations![/p][/quote]"You are Gary Schofield " As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons. " If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai." Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage. " I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. " I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances.[/p][/quote]ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee! thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 1

4:38pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
"There was no reason to mention their race in the first place."

Isn't that the whole point of this report?

" But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth."

I haven't put any words in your mouth.

You stated:

"In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs."

You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear:

"she's a ting tong from somewhere."

SOMEWHERE......Janic




e had no idea what her nationality was.


But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked.

I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them.

"Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support."

Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.
You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie.

If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai.

Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations!
"You are Gary Schofield "

As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons.

" If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai."

Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage.

" I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. "

I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances.
ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!
Can't make your mind up who I am?

You're the same person who only a few minutes ago said they weren't going to argue with me.

Take your meds, and stop making a fool of yourself.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "There was no reason to mention their race in the first place." Isn't that the whole point of this report? " But if you are going to do that, then Asian is better than Ting Tong. I didn't say race could be accurately judged by looking at someone's features. So don't put words into my mouth." I haven't put any words in your mouth. You stated: "In Little Britain, the name of the character is Ting Tong. She is still Thai. They don't call all Thai people 'ting tongs." You were complaining that Janice had deduced that the woman was Thai. Janice had done no such thing, as the report made clear: "she's a ting tong from somewhere." SOMEWHERE......Janic e had no idea what her nationality was. But YOU claimed that her Thai nationality was obvious just on how she looked. I can guarantee that if a UKIP supporter had referred to Paul Ince as being African, you would have been all over them. "Anyway, go and bore someone else Gary Baldy Schofield. Even UKIP would be embarrassed to have your support." Thank you for admitting that you don't have a clue who I am, although why you should be making guesses about other posters isn't clear.[/p][/quote]You are Gary Schofield - a big headed moron with a face only a mother could love, slightly pink from copious amounts of lager. I know who you are because you are so dumb that you actually posted on the MfE page about your post on the Argus. Deny all you like, luvvie. If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai. Anyway, I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. You reach number one spot, which is quite an achievement. Congratulations![/p][/quote]"You are Gary Schofield " As I said, thank you for getting my identity wrong and admitting that I occupy so much of your life. Various people who posted on the MFE wall also commented on here at the time of the March, and I am one who has never posted on there using my real Facebook profile, for obvious reasons. " If she had no idea where she was from, why did she call her ting tong? Ting Tong is Thai." Janice didn't call her 'Ting Tong' by name. She referred to her as 'A' ting tong, a reference to her obvious Oriental heritage. " I cannot be bothered to argue with THE MOST BORING TROLL ever to post on the Argus. " I don't recall you ever arguing with anyone on here, but I feel sure you'll recover enough from being exposed as a racist to provide to link to any such instances.[/p][/quote]ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee![/p][/quote]Can't make your mind up who I am? You're the same person who only a few minutes ago said they weren't going to argue with me. Take your meds, and stop making a fool of yourself. notslimjim
  • Score: -1

4:47pm Tue 19 Aug 14

jackthekipper says...

its okay if its shown on a bbc comedy show though,ting tong and the ching chong chinaman all harmless fun ,its not a derogatory term is it,be honest apart from on little britain ,how many have heard this term when talking about a thai wife,i doubt shed heard it.
anyways good luck to the old boy who went out and got himself a twenty year old bride.hes what 58-63,thats all right is it?
barmy world
its okay if its shown on a bbc comedy show though,ting tong and the ching chong chinaman all harmless fun ,its not a derogatory term is it,be honest apart from on little britain ,how many have heard this term when talking about a thai wife,i doubt shed heard it. anyways good luck to the old boy who went out and got himself a twenty year old bride.hes what 58-63,thats all right is it? barmy world jackthekipper
  • Score: -3

4:55pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

"ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!"

The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey.

Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that.

http://www.theargus.
co.uk/news/11396330.
Brace_yourself_for_b
ig_tropical_storm_Be
rtha/
"ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!" The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey. Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that. http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11396330. Brace_yourself_for_b ig_tropical_storm_Be rtha/ notslimjim
  • Score: -2

5:00pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Valerie Paynter says...

Her remark is openly racist and she should be done for it. End of. That kind of remark is very Prince Philip at his most absurdly pre-war ignorantly condescending, patronising, worst. Nobody would even have "ting-tong" in their vocabulary these days.

I dispute just how naive that remark was. It is a term from the 1920's or earlier, isn't it? Something from the arrogant days of empire when people from other cultures were seen as lesser beings. She has blown her cover!
Her remark is openly racist and she should be done for it. End of. That kind of remark is very Prince Philip at his most absurdly pre-war ignorantly condescending, patronising, worst. Nobody would even have "ting-tong" in their vocabulary these days. I dispute just how naive that remark was. It is a term from the 1920's or earlier, isn't it? Something from the arrogant days of empire when people from other cultures were seen as lesser beings. She has blown her cover! Valerie Paynter
  • Score: 6

5:14pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Valerie Paynter wrote:
Her remark is openly racist and she should be done for it. End of. That kind of remark is very Prince Philip at his most absurdly pre-war ignorantly condescending, patronising, worst. Nobody would even have "ting-tong" in their vocabulary these days.

I dispute just how naive that remark was. It is a term from the 1920's or earlier, isn't it? Something from the arrogant days of empire when people from other cultures were seen as lesser beings. She has blown her cover!
You mean the days when people could speak their minds without the thought police knocking on the door?

I fail to see how the position is improved by such actions. There is the possibility that chasing every utterance for alleged 'offence' actually increases resentment to those of other nations.
[quote][p][bold]Valerie Paynter[/bold] wrote: Her remark is openly racist and she should be done for it. End of. That kind of remark is very Prince Philip at his most absurdly pre-war ignorantly condescending, patronising, worst. Nobody would even have "ting-tong" in their vocabulary these days. I dispute just how naive that remark was. It is a term from the 1920's or earlier, isn't it? Something from the arrogant days of empire when people from other cultures were seen as lesser beings. She has blown her cover![/p][/quote]You mean the days when people could speak their minds without the thought police knocking on the door? I fail to see how the position is improved by such actions. There is the possibility that chasing every utterance for alleged 'offence' actually increases resentment to those of other nations. notslimjim
  • Score: -1

7:39pm Tue 19 Aug 14

her professional says...

Spanners wrote:
notslimjim - wow, just wow

by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?!

I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level
Don't waste time on this moron Spanners, he/she posts similarly offensive drivel on most Argus threads. The irony is that he/she thinks that these expressions of hate are somehow representative of "British values". Most of these opinions can be found on the Britain First website, so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required.
[quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: notslimjim - wow, just wow by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?! I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level[/p][/quote]Don't waste time on this moron Spanners, he/she posts similarly offensive drivel on most Argus threads. The irony is that he/she thinks that these expressions of hate are somehow representative of "British values". Most of these opinions can be found on the Britain First website, so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required. her professional
  • Score: 4

8:09pm Tue 19 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

her professional wrote:
Spanners wrote:
notslimjim - wow, just wow

by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?!

I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level
Don't waste time on this moron Spanners, he/she posts similarly offensive drivel on most Argus threads. The irony is that he/she thinks that these expressions of hate are somehow representative of "British values". Most of these opinions can be found on the Britain First website, so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required.
I see that you weren't able to counter any of my points.

I don't recall claiming to represent Britain or the white race or indeed anything other than myself.

"so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required."

odd you should refer to intelligence when YOU didn't have the brains to counter any of my points.

You call yourself 'professional....a professional what? Idiot? Dullard?

I can't imagine anyone wanting to pay for that.
[quote][p][bold]her professional[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: notslimjim - wow, just wow by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?! I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level[/p][/quote]Don't waste time on this moron Spanners, he/she posts similarly offensive drivel on most Argus threads. The irony is that he/she thinks that these expressions of hate are somehow representative of "British values". Most of these opinions can be found on the Britain First website, so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required.[/p][/quote]I see that you weren't able to counter any of my points. I don't recall claiming to represent Britain or the white race or indeed anything other than myself. "so it's probably just a cut and paste job, no use of brain, even at such a minuscule level, required." odd you should refer to intelligence when YOU didn't have the brains to counter any of my points. You call yourself 'professional....a professional what? Idiot? Dullard? I can't imagine anyone wanting to pay for that. notslimjim
  • Score: -1

9:50pm Tue 19 Aug 14

Dave in Hastings says...

notslimjim wrote:
Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP"

Anything to smear UKIP, eh?

It shows how desperate people are at their success.
Alright Nigel - err I mean Jim... I wouldn't worry about any future UKIP 'success'. They will soon be wiped out when people find out what t*****s they really are.
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP" Anything to smear UKIP, eh? It shows how desperate people are at their success.[/p][/quote]Alright Nigel - err I mean Jim... I wouldn't worry about any future UKIP 'success'. They will soon be wiped out when people find out what t*****s they really are. Dave in Hastings
  • Score: 2

10:12pm Tue 19 Aug 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Spanners wrote:
notslimjim - wow, just wow

by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?!

I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level
It's strange that in the UK it is now totally unacceptable to call a black person (I personally think calling a person black when they actually aren't is wrong) a n----r but in the USA they call themselves this and it is perfectly acceptable - I don't understand why it isn't here?

PC gone mad.
[quote][p][bold]Spanners[/bold] wrote: notslimjim - wow, just wow by your logic its totally ok to refer to black people a the n-word then ? Just as long as you dont say it to their face ?! I'm staggered and appalled you think that is acceptable on any level[/p][/quote]It's strange that in the UK it is now totally unacceptable to call a black person (I personally think calling a person black when they actually aren't is wrong) a n----r but in the USA they call themselves this and it is perfectly acceptable - I don't understand why it isn't here? PC gone mad. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: 0

12:00am Wed 20 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Dave in Hastings wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP"

Anything to smear UKIP, eh?

It shows how desperate people are at their success.
Alright Nigel - err I mean Jim... I wouldn't worry about any future UKIP 'success'. They will soon be wiped out when people find out what t*****s they really are.
Well, t*ssers like you are free not to vote UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]Dave in Hastings[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: Blimey, anyone would think that Janice had shaken his hand and said "Good to see you chinks supporting UKIP" Anything to smear UKIP, eh? It shows how desperate people are at their success.[/p][/quote]Alright Nigel - err I mean Jim... I wouldn't worry about any future UKIP 'success'. They will soon be wiped out when people find out what t*****s they really are.[/p][/quote]Well, t*ssers like you are free not to vote UKIP. notslimjim
  • Score: -1

3:45am Wed 20 Aug 14

billhartree says...

"And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist."

NObody's saying that, but there is something distinctly hypocritical about a UKIP supporter deliberately selecting a foreign woman to marry and therefore allowing her to take UK citizenship. Still it seems to be regarded as wholly acceptable practice for them: witness Farage and his German wife, who apparently does a job no Brit could do.
That's right, UKIP, as you tell us we're a crowded island, can't keep on taking immigrants blah, blah. In which case shouldn't you be marrying Brits?
"And to even think there is something wrong with an Englisman marring an Asian IS racist." NObody's saying that, but there is something distinctly hypocritical about a UKIP supporter deliberately selecting a foreign woman to marry and therefore allowing her to take UK citizenship. Still it seems to be regarded as wholly acceptable practice for them: witness Farage and his German wife, who apparently does a job no Brit could do. That's right, UKIP, as you tell us we're a crowded island, can't keep on taking immigrants blah, blah. In which case shouldn't you be marrying Brits? billhartree
  • Score: 0

1:00pm Wed 20 Aug 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

notslimjim wrote:
"ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!"

The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey.

Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that.

http://www.theargus.

co.uk/news/11396330.

Brace_yourself_for_b

ig_tropical_storm_Be

rtha/
Eh? Read my name, you complete plank! Seems odd that you remember another poster went on holiday, yet you joined the fray just after Stevo vanished. You even write your posts in exactly the same style and share the same opinions. Strange that!
[quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!" The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey. Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that. http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11396330. Brace_yourself_for_b ig_tropical_storm_Be rtha/[/p][/quote]Eh? Read my name, you complete plank! Seems odd that you remember another poster went on holiday, yet you joined the fray just after Stevo vanished. You even write your posts in exactly the same style and share the same opinions. Strange that! thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: -1

3:26pm Wed 20 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
notslimjim wrote:
"ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!"

The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey.

Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that.

http://www.theargus.


co.uk/news/11396330.


Brace_yourself_for_b


ig_tropical_storm_Be


rtha/
Eh? Read my name, you complete plank! Seems odd that you remember another poster went on holiday, yet you joined the fray just after Stevo vanished. You even write your posts in exactly the same style and share the same opinions. Strange that!
It was really weird, but it was obvious that zeegee or stevo had revealed their holiday plans, so a couple of searches on google using their names and holiday destinations revealed that post.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notslimjim[/bold] wrote: "ZeeGee ffs, I mean Stevo!!, I mean notslimjim. If you really don't want to be exposed for who you are, perhaps you should stop posting utter drivel. Nice holiday in Turkey? Tee hee!" The alleged 'voice of Brighton' rants away, suggesting that I'm called Stevo and that I've just had a holiday in Turkey. Funny how a Stevo recently claimed to have been on holiday on the Continent (which isn't Turkey) and the 'voice of Brighton' actually quoted him saying that. http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11396330. Brace_yourself_for_b ig_tropical_storm_Be rtha/[/p][/quote]Eh? Read my name, you complete plank! Seems odd that you remember another poster went on holiday, yet you joined the fray just after Stevo vanished. You even write your posts in exactly the same style and share the same opinions. Strange that![/p][/quote]It was really weird, but it was obvious that zeegee or stevo had revealed their holiday plans, so a couple of searches on google using their names and holiday destinations revealed that post. notslimjim
  • Score: 0

3:29pm Wed 20 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

Stevo claims to have gone to Spain, not Turkey

http://m.theargus.co
.uk/news/11344300.He
atwave_health_warnin
g_for_Sussex/?ref=mp



How stupid do you feel now?
Stevo claims to have gone to Spain, not Turkey http://m.theargus.co .uk/news/11344300.He atwave_health_warnin g_for_Sussex/?ref=mp How stupid do you feel now? notslimjim
  • Score: 0

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