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Cliff

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About Cliff

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  • Birthday 01/07/1970

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    drinking, err...drinking, sex, diving, did I say drinking?

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  1. Cliff

    Stuart Baggs

    Met him a few times and quite a hyperactive guy. RIP Baggsy
  2. How do you convince a tadpole?
  3. Cliff

    JOOLS HOLLAND

    That's not fair at all. Although he is not my cup of tea, I know lots of people that think he and his band are ace. As manxie44 said, the place was full to the brim of people who had a great night. What's the problem with that? We went to see Elton John in Noble's park, a few years back and that was superb. Packed out with everyone enjoying it. that had it's detractors too, which I could not understand. The more live performers we get here the better surely ? Oh, plenty of 'music lovers' would like it too, don't get me wrong. Just like Elton! Why do you do that? Because he's a sackless twat and doesn't have any friends!!
  4. Don't see what all the fuss is about space. Yee ha, a new world spotted using advanced technology costing billions of dollars and we can't even do package holidays to the moon yet. Just close space exploration down for starters, get rid of the suits and start reducing the massive $200 trillion of debt. Waste of bloody time and money
  5. I can't see the Commissioners stumping out over £30 million that ends up in a nice relaxed and pleasant place in Liechtensein that sits merrily along with two other friends pennies hyperthetically stuck there. £30 million or so could be just one of those made up figures you think of now and again and doesn't necessarily mean that 'someone' has this type of money laid up in an account there and I couldn't imagine that there's any evidence to say otherwise....Move on, nothing to see here.
  6. Cliff

    ManxLeaks

    Liechtenstein is such a great place Isn't that right Buster!
  7. Follow this http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-bake-a-potato-three-easy-methods-157073
  8. I assure you? You would wouldn't you! How can you even look a person in the eye and tell them it is the truth? Everything you say on here should be taken with a pinch of salt as your past has finally caught up with you. My ears are jangling with people who have lets say, not so nice things to say about you and maybe it's because you're so bent that you make a roundabout look straight! Who the *uck are you trying to kid? You're just trying to wean yourself in to public sympathy like you did at Court. You have such a chequered past that you could double up as the finishing flag during the TT. Should I or shouldn't I? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Think deep Lewin, think deep!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. You are so *ucked up, but you don't know you are! Every sense in your body is directed at the system that sent you to jail, but you can't take it in that it was you that was responsible, it was you that caused the Mr and Mrs Taxpayer the tune of nearly a million pounds and that's only on this case! You think that writing on here will advance your cause? You're just a sneaky underhand con man, a dishonest person who deceives others for his own want! You were found guilty and served a sentence of 3 and a half years and whats worse, the public don't know the half of it and you know that to be true!!! You might try and convince others of your innocence, of redirecting attention to the people who sent you down, but your a knob, a buffoon, a tosser and I hear that your playmate of the month in jail is just playing you along. What a loser!
  10. In my game, the building industry is all about knowing when to speak, hear or when to see, otherwise planning decisions can go either way. The visitors no holding hands was supposed to have been due to a couple of jerks trying to smuggle things in which sounds likely, but don't know for sure.
  11. I just don't get you Buster. You've done time and yet once again, you're grassing up the inmates? That's twice now and your unpopularity will increase if you don't start to think about what you're saying!! Having a dig at the staffing side of things is ok if they're not pulling their weight, but when you mention things like "allowing the younger element to stay up all hours" is just hinting that the lights or power should be switched off early. Like I said, engage brain before you write.
  12. Less than 100k and it was the same figure before she took on the additional probation lot. This will be a hard job to fill and either the last turkey returns from his not so grando job with the TT or the favoured option is to recruit from across with a nice movement and pension allowance thrown in to sweeten the deal.
  13. Cliff

    justice

    Why don't you Google it? Oh..er..... I Googled it. Is this it? http://m.iomtoday.co.im/news/isle-of-man-news/tragic-children-to-benefit-from-charity-ride-1-1754420 Yes that's the one. Until recently you could still find the full story on IOM Today. Maybe Daddy has payed to make that go away as well. So, let's make sure it doesn't, ALEXANDER DUFFY, spineless weasel getting away with manslaughter (or culpable homicide) because Daddy has money (but absolutely no fucking morals or integrity). At least Kitching didn't get away scott free, though I suspect if his name had been Duffy he might have. I also hear very similar news about Duffy's father and an odd meeting by persons who have a similar 'hobby'. Nothing can be proven I may add, but interesting nonetheless.
  14. The Government must be honourable people - It says so if you believe everything in The Government Code (I think I'll remain sceptical for the time being) THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC LIFE Selflessness Holders of public office should act solely in terms of the public interest. They should not do so in order to gain financial or other material benefits for themselves, their family, or their friends. Integrity Holders of public office should not place themselves under any financial or other obligation to outside individuals or organisations that might seek to influence them in the performance of their official duties. Objectivity In carrying out public business, including making public appointments, awarding contracts, or recommending individuals for rewards and benefits, holders of public office should make choices on merit. Accountability Holders of public office are accountable for their decisions and actions to the public and must submit themselves to whatever scrutiny is appropriate to their office. Openness Holders of public office should be as open as possible about all the decisions and actions that they take. They should give reasons for their decisions and restrict information only when the wider public interest clearly demands. Honesty Holders of public office have a duty to declare any private interests relating to their public duties and to take steps to resolve any conflicts arising in a way that protects the public interest. Leadership Holders of public office should promote and support these principles by leadership and example.
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