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Latest giggle from the gruesome twosome B-liar and Pispott - they're backing a scheme to ban all kids wearing baseball caps and hooded tops in Bluewater shopping centre. Oh, and no swearing or smoking is allowed either. This move will apparently teach respect to the young and will cut down on anti-social behaviour. This 'anti-social behaviour' buzz-phrase has become a real catch-all idea to prevent just about anything they perceive as 'anti-social'. It's not the caps and hoodies that cause the behaviour, it's their occupants. Unless we have a sinster new threat - possessed baseball caps - doo de doo doo etc. And what of Princes Harry and William? Or does their cash exclude them?

No swearing - hmm? Have they watched tv lately? Or read a book? Or the newspapers? Or just about any other media available? Respect will be taught by example, not rabidly rubber-stamping every daft scheme some silly anal retentive bugger (sorry) dreams up.

Take care

Paul the Ogg

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In five hundred years time, most of us will be forgotten dust. But Hitler will still be remembered, God loves irony.


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