This guy ought not to be sacked> I think the State should pay for everyone to have automaic gates. The bugger is only being sensible.


David Davis

Harry Djanogly (never heard of him, so he must be an eminently sensible and ordinary guy, but how can you give a job to someone called that?) is on the carpet for his gates.

In fact I have  __so__  never heard of him, that he is in fact called “Jonathan”. Sorry, man. Yo.

I think this was the most sensible use of State Money. Very sound idea and to be applauded.

We should all have some, now. Better and more safety-conscious than Duck islands. (How, oh how, could this bugger not  __see__  how utterly, utterly crass and stupid and cretinous that would look, if it came out?) 

How can we avoid sharing in the staggering humiliation that all this stuff heaps on us as a nation, in the eyes of, say, Latvians? For example? Or even Koreans? (I leave you to judge which sort.)

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3 responses to “This guy ought not to be sacked> I think the State should pay for everyone to have automaic gates. The bugger is only being sensible.

  1. I’ll settle for a ten-foot moat with coiled razor-wire, crenellated battlements and a drawbridge…

    Defensible Territory…

    Tony Hollick

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  3. Pingback: Yesterday I said that Thierry Djanogly (a footballist?) whatever he is called, should have his gates, becaue in the coming socialist-driven-wished-for-endarkenment, then we all should, as this is “fair”. Here is another idea. « The Liber