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lindanesocialist
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I am surprised you are still guessing.  After I complained to moderation that he may be a troll by his  abusive and offtopic remarks against Vin, I  was assured by moderation that they were aware of  the identity of  Dropthebomb and  it was a legitimate account.

Besides they have the technology to trace his IP address. So it shouldnt be a problem to clear this matter up

 

Tim Kilgallon
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They also have a pair of bicycle clips said to have been worn by Jack Fitzgerald, which they intend to sell on e-bay. Who -  apart from jondwhite -  would be daft enough to buy them?

 

If Fitz were alive today to witness all this he would turn in his grave.

Perhaps there's an old tube of Harry Young's haemorrhoid cream knocking about at Head Office. Might make a few bob for the Party on eBay?


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Cockfight or bullfights ?  This is a very sad situation. What can we offer to new workers, or potential members  coming to this forum trying to know or to learn about the Socialist Party ? They would leave in stampede

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Andrews
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If there were originally twenty four of them and now there are only five remaining, by my calculations, it means they should have nineteen tin foil hats going spare.

'Tin foil hats' ? I don't understand.

Bob Andrews
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The above is a quote from socialistpunk.

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Bob Andrews wrote:

SocialistPunk wrote:

If there were originally twenty four of them and now there are only five remaining, by my calculations, it means they should have nineteen tin foil hats going spare.

'Tin foil hats' ? I don't understand.

'Google' the phrase.

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Socialist Studies 102 Winter 2016 dropped through my letterbox today

http://www.socialiststudies.org.uk/socstudy102.shtml

some interesting stuff and issues are still marking 25 years. The sectarianism article especially.

Bob Andrews
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Just returned from a brief cut-price sojourn in Alicante which was heaving with retired fellow British proletarians escaping the rigours of a cruel austerity. You couldn't get into the hotel reception for motability scooters. Bit different from when my old dad were in Spain fighting in the civil war - for Franco. Claimed to have bagged himself a couple of anarchists. Any road up, I thought I'd log on and wish all members of the SPGB and Reconstituted SPGB a belated Happy New Year. 

Tim Kilgallon
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Bob Andrews wrote:

Just returned from a brief cut-price sojourn in Alicante which was heaving with retired fellow British proletarians escaping the rigours of a cruel austerity. You couldn't get into the hotel reception for motability scooters. Bit different from when my old dad were in Spain fighting in the civil war - for Franco. Claimed to have bagged himself a couple of anarchists. Any road up, I thought I'd log on and wish all members of the SPGB and Reconstituted SPGB a belated Happy New Year. 

your father sounds like a charming, thoughtful and humane man, characteristics that you have clearly inherited.


Bob Andrews
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Swore blind it was him shot George Orwell. I can believe it. Always was cack-handed the old man. Six inches higher and we would have been spared Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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