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Year Of Our Island

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8 hours ago, thesultanofsheight said:

You know he does! 

He’s not the only one.

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I'm glad Chris is posting. It makes a nice break from having to scroll past about 5,000 links to a monotonous self-promoting blog.

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9 hours ago, Rushen Spy said:

Seriously, though, are you implying that Chris promotes himself on social media?

Chris Thomas seems to be very active on Twitter. 

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19 hours ago, hissingsid said:

He must believe in fairies.

Who wouldn’t. £350k  in those lil buggers

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Underestimated DFe bullshit figure
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What irritates me is the phrase "our island". It must be from that family of English people who they had in that advert years back calling it "our island". Get lost with that. I don't even refer to the island or this island as "our" island in any context in speaking with people. There's just something about it I find obnoxious with subtle hints of incest.

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8 minutes ago, Rushen Spy said:

What irritates me is the phrase "our island". It must be from that family of English people who they had in that advert years back calling it "our island". Get lost with that. I don't even refer to the island or this island as "our" island in any context in speaking with people. There's just something about it I find obnoxious with subtle hints of incest.

It's MY island, so F*** ***

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13 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

It's MY island, so F*** ***

"My island" does sound better, but the Irish bloke in Braveheart made it kind of lame to say now.

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Just now, Rushen Spy said:

"My island" does sound better, but the Irish bloke in Braveheart made it kind of lame to say now.

Just imagine if Jason Moorhouse said it ?

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So, this Year of Our Island thing, is it over, has it started and what is it meant to be? In plain English please.

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42 minutes ago, CharlieBrown said:

Year of our island sounds great, when does it start?

I think it started in January 2018...it's been a bit slow to fire up....

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9 minutes ago, Max Power said:

So, this Year of Our Island thing, is it over, has it started and what is it meant to be? In plain English please.

You mean you haven't heard?

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9 hours ago, Max Power said:

So, this Year of Our Island thing, is it over, has it started and what is it meant to be? In plain English please.

Tres de lure fella.

She’ll be right

does anyone know the Manx for ‘bullshit and bluster’? Coz that’s what it means. In plain Anglais

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On 2/10/2019 at 1:59 PM, Non-Believer said:

He's posting on iomtoday, today, assuring all that the PS Pension situation is all in hand and now sustainable.

Aside from grossly disappointing all CS workers who paid in virtually nothing before 2008 (my preferred option) he does seem to at least understand the problems. Who would want that job? How to pull £3.8Bn out of your arse. Not even Tommy Cooper could pull that off! Allan Bell and Eddie Teare as past Treasury Ministers carry most of the blame for this mess. 

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