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  • in reply to: Worst performing A & E #157780


    I was going to post “wanker”, but I think you got it about right.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157581


    That’s called recycling, and would alleviate much of the problem.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157572



    Refuge is what we need from the idiots populating this town.

    in reply to: The last thing town needs! #154664


    What Wrexham really needs is a 98 pence shop, with a 50% off opening offer.

    Everyone else will carry on going to Broughton.

    in reply to: Play Day #153908


    One day of children`s playing, rather than the every day grind of watching the zombies going a over t, or lying face down in front of the Guildhall.

    in reply to: Wrexham food bank to shut down #152899


    They need 3000 square feet, that is about double what they have currently.

    How about the old Country Store building, closer 8000 square feet, full height loading dock, car park.

    Local to town centre, close to the druggies highway and local to all the dosser services.

    They would have room to expand, they could even bring people in by train.

    Rates will be free.


    Have WCBC not complied with the law by giving them a site on Ruthin Road? How many sites does each council have to provide?


    in reply to: ‘Pro European Rally’ #152468


    It may take a while to sort out the finer details but I am sure that we will get there in the end. It took the EU a bit of time. I seem to remember butter & beef mountains & milk & wine lakes in the 80’s.

    Next it will be how wonderful rationing was; there was no obesity crisis

    I worry that our industries were moved across the continent & our fields & flood plains have been built on. Is there anyone in the UK with the skills to bring it back?

    No. That’s why so many Eastern Europeans were doing menial jobs in factories, while thick locals whined about the lack of jobs. You should go into a Factory, the skilled guys, will all be guys, white and in their early fifties if you are lucky.

    If those same people who aspire to be brighter than those who voted Brexit, were to apply themselves it would make it so much easier all round.

    We have been carrying you useless dross for years, now you want to drag us down to below your level, and still have us carry you.

    “From each according to ability, to each according to need”.

    Roughly translate as ” I will sit here and whine, with my hands out, while you flog yourself to death keeping me. It `s my entitlement”

    What skills are you bringing to the party?
    Most of you would be useless as compost

    Some of those of ex politicians who are dead set against Brexit have very nice well paid jobs across the water.

    And too many of you are sat on your arses with your hands out gasping for more.
    Qualifications in Wrexham means, achieving disabled status.

    in reply to: ‘Pro European Rally’ #152459


    Agree with Matt. I am not saying that all Remainers are middle-class snobs. What I am saying is that is the perception amongst ordinary people and this isn`t helped by some remainers inferring that leave voters are nothing more neanderthals. Just reading fb page and there is a troll on there insulting people calling them gammon. Clearly we have a very divided country. I just feel that events such as the one tomorrow will serve no purpose and will only wind up locals who already believe they are looked down on by the so-called liberal elite.

    I find it hilarious that I now qualify as liberal elite.

    Ive spent most of my life being told Im stupid/thick; when I meet someone more limited than me, they must be thick.

    I`ve only heard three people give serious logical reasons for Brexit; after that most of them are comedic if they were not so pathetic.

    My favourite was the guy who claimed we would be able to trade with all the counties we were banned from trading with now. I asked for examples and he gave a list of near bankraupt South American countries, when I asked for an example of a South American country that was solvent: Cuba.

    As for winding the locals up, a major portion of them seem to be working on the assumption that as they have utterly fucked their lives up, it is time to stuff up everyone else`s. It cant affect themselves, as they have pissed it all away anyway.

    Recent un-guarded remark from someone in a recruitment agency; “There isn’t and unemployment problem in Wrexham, There are just un-employable people”.

    in reply to: ‘Pro European Rally’ #152446


    JP comments basically sum up what the problem is here. Remainers are so full of their own belief that they are intelligent people and the leave voters are thick. Well it seems to me that it is the Remain voters who need educating on social engagement. Do they really think they are going to win enough support to reverse Brexit by telling leave voters how thick they are??? Leaving the Eu might be an act of national self-harm but insulting their voters will only make them want brexit more. So Remainers my advice to you is starting living in the real world with real people rather than mixing with your own type at dinner parties bragging about which universities your children are at.

    I was not the one who put “REMOANERS” and “Stupidity” in the same sentence, even if it was a very long one.
    Brexit is Brexit, it is happening: Whatever it is.
    I live in Wrexham, I was born in Wrexham, I work in Wrexham.
    I get burgled by the QP scum who you would consider “real people”.
    I`ve never thought there was much wrong with Wrexham, that could not be improved by repopulating the place.
    I`ve yet to see anything to change that opinion.

    The “real” people in Wrexham are a bunch of barely educated thick buggers, who consider a Coleg Cambria NVQ 2 in being thick, the height of educational (over)achievement.

    Wrexham, as a town and as a council (elected and otherwise) is and always has been infatuated with shit,
    be that people or jobs.

    The only thing better for Wrexham than 10 minimum wage jobs, is the promise of eleven minimum wage jobs.

    It costs more to keep a prisoner in Berwyn, than the GVA for an average Wrexham worker: get AlunH to explain that one, he should be able to use small enough words for you.

    As I said earlier, too many are more concerned about the size and warmth of the puddle they are in.

    If Brexit is going to be buggering up my kids future, your puddle is going to be smaller and colder, and you will be head first in it.

    I will make sure of it.

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