Open letter to Hugh Jones

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    Owain Glyndwr
    Owain Glyndwr
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    I am a grandparent. They can be housed next to me when they’re ready to take that step – at the moment they’re not and need a lot of support.

    Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours
    With a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend
    Neighbours, should be there for one another
    That’s when good neighbours become good friends

    To be born Welsh is to be born privileged, not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but with music in your blood, and poetry in your soul.

    #137302

    Angiebaby
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    ‘Tell me, Ms. Hammons (a felicitous name, given your impressive girth),’
    I might be fat, but you’re a pompous, stuck up arse.
    I can diet…..

    #137319

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    I might be fat, but you’re a pompous, stuck up arse.
    I can diet…..

    Angie, baby, is that all you can muster?

    Do try to answer the question and explain to us why you think the good rate-payers of Wrexham should have to bear the cost of housing for all the local counties’ degenerates so that they can lounge about in good comfort, stupefied on narcotics all day.

    #137320

    Angiebaby
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    It’s not all I can muster it’s just better than you deserve.
    I suggest that if your debate descends into the realms of personal insults, then it is you, not the addicts that is degenerate.
    Have a good evening, full of happy dreams of a peaceful and smooth brexit.

    #137321
    dagg
    dagg
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    In a flagrant display of arrogance and misogyny

    *rolls eyes*

    Tell me, Ms. Hammons (a felicitous name, given your impressive girth), how many of Wrexham’s so-called homeless have you admitted into your home?

    What’s that? None?

    Then why do you expect the rest of us to pay to house these parasites?

    If you truly cared for the “plight” of these undesirables, you would make the personal sacrifice.

    But that’s not the point, is it? The purpose of this indulgent agitation is to make yourself look and feel good. It’s just self-serving, hollow virtue signaling.

    I don’t know the lady in question, but why take the p#@s out of her name. I don’t agree with some of her views but I respect her right to freedom of speech.

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by dagg dagg.
    #137325

    zinger
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    I saw a ‘zombie’ lying on his back on the pavement at the junction of Rhosddu Road & Grove Road earlier today. As he had his arm stuck up in the air I presumed that he was not dead so I passed on by. Not very Christian I’m afraid. I felt no call to offer him a roof, a tent, a sandwich or my hard earned cash, just wished I had got a bucket of water.

    #137326

    Angiebaby
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    That says more about you than it does about him.
    I hope the poor man’s alright.

    #137331

    zinger
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    What would you have done Angiebabe? Phoned an ambulance? There are too many sick people & children with real illnesses needing NHS time. Ambulances have to queue outside A & E. I’m sorry, but I didn’t force him to take, inhale or inject anything into his body. I certainly was not alone.

    #137332

    Angiebaby
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    Interesting – so where do you draw the line on ‘self inflicted’?
    How about the chap who climbs Snowdon and breaks his leg? Air ambulance is bloody expensive – I didn’t force him to climb up that mountain!
    The skiers? Boxers? Nobody forces them either!
    What about the woman who ate too many pies? Best not treat her heart condition! The smokers? Let them die!
    And don’t get me started on choking infants! After all, nobody forces them to stick that Lego brick in their mouth…..

    #137335

    zinger
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    Interesting – so where do you draw the line on ‘self inflicted’?
    How about the chap who climbs Snowdon and breaks his leg? Air ambulance is bloody expensive – I didn’t force him to climb up that mountain!
    The skiers? Boxers? Nobody forces them either!
    What about the woman who ate too many pies? Best not treat her heart condition! The smokers? Let them die!
    And don’t get me started on choking infants! After all, nobody forces them to stick that Lego brick in their mouth…..

    I suspect that each of those people bar the infant, has paid money into the economy to pay for their activities.

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