Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Buckaroo, Jan 3, 2015.
can he play the piano now?
whither, not 'whence'
whence | Definition of whence in English by Oxford Dictionaries
“From what place or source.”
My usage was correct.
no, it wasn't.
No, whither is to not from
If it was good enough for Shakespeare, it’s good enough for me.
Pah! The man didn't even own a dictionary.
I see that Jack Monroe has come off twitter, she was the one who had the court case with kate hopkins
Bet she will soon back seems a bit of a attention seeker. Niece followed her
“I am and always will be a genderqueer androgynous little dyke, but I’m coming of Twitter for the good fo my mental health. I have been in enough abusive relationships are suffering as a result of what I experience on here every day.
“I’m getting back in the kitchen. I will continue to fight for womens rights, and for trans rights, and for human rights (again trans women are women), but this is not the best place for me to do it.
Ending with: “Thanks for the last few years, and goodbye.”
There's a lot of it about.
Oh, I wondered whose photo that was next to the definition of "snide" in my Picture Dictionary. Now I think I know
;pbvj ad fkvmq[erkoqekobdofkbn['oefbdfvq]wernibh]r#nmt]
For a [former?] professional writer that's a particularly ham-fisted pastiche.
first they came for geert wilders
then they came for marine le pen
then they came for paul and jayda
and i thought -
Can you please hurry the fuck up and come for Katie Hopkins?
Oh come on, by those standards I was a professional writer*
* I sometimes had to reply to letters of complaint.
Hopkins is truly trawling the depths with her support for Jay and Paula. And I had so much respect for her before this.
thumping keyboard post
What's the issue here?
"First, they came for the Nazis"
You're rolling your eyes at the wrong person. There's nothing they say in that quote to take issue with unless you are who I suspect you to be.
What you suspect I can't know, and until you do I can't comment.
Yes, you can. You can qualify your eye-rolling
Can I have a go?
ihuWFKJ B/QSCA/, MACS/LNas
I've had a few, but I'm having trouble even working out what it's meant to mean.
Separate names with a comma.