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They've got a point with the placement though. How much longer can we afford to put up a freeloading English tosser in a multi-million pound house with full staff, car etc. & £90K tax free salary,

The President of Tynwald does indeed get paid the same as a government minister - 50% on top of a Tynwald member's usual £37,822 ie £56,733. For that she has to chair Tynwald which is 11 plus days a

What a way to stick it to the man, shitty graffiti that nobody knows what it means. That will show them

They've got a point with the placement though. How much longer can we afford to put up a freeloading English tosser in a multi-million pound house with full staff, car etc. & £90K tax free salary, just so he can go round shaking hands with people?

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They've got a point with the placement though. How much longer can we afford to put up a freeloading English tosser in a multi-million pound house with full staff, car etc. & £90K tax free salary, just so he can go round shaking hands with people?

 

If they had any sense, they'd graffiti the words you just wrote instead of graffitiing their own name. Even a 3 yr old can write their own name.

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Very nearly I would say, especially at this time of year on such a high profile road.

 

Instead of 9 characters to say their name, 5 characters could have produced "F U GOV". A much more profound quote.

 

If they are going to do this sort of thing, they need to do as Banksy does and use some stencils, a crappy scrawl that can hardly be read is no good for anyone..

 

Have they no pride in their graffiti?

 

It could also draw tourists to the area, if done well and save the islands economey............

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Perhaps Mec Vannin have stormed the Governor's residence and, at this very moment, are preparing for an Easter Rising style shoot out with the plod that will catapult us onto the road to independence.

 

No doubt the Governor has tried to resist them with every fibre of his being and employing every last skill at his disposal, from offering them tea, to congenially waving, and, if need be, some light chit chat about how wonderful the Island is.

 

Alas, I fear it may not be enough against their mighty, yet tasteful and inspiring, three legs themed pewter tankards and boring 1970's style sloganeering

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