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John Clarke
Anatomical linguist and unemployed Do-Do hunter suffering from Psychosomatic Dysgraphia - or something with a Why in it.
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John Clarke Apr 24
Replying to @Femi_Sorry
Ageism personified.
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John Clarke Apr 20
A dangerous idea. Who's going to run the country when they all fail?
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John Clarke Apr 14
Let's not forget, he is a whistle-blower, not a fountain of wisdom. The press are idiots. 🙄🙄🙄
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John Clarke Mar 2
Replying to @AngryScotland
Sometimes you're an idiot just like the rest of us.
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T.I. Feb 22
Yeah sis... this just about sums it all up🤷🏾‍♂️
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John Clarke Feb 22
NRA head breaks silence to attack gun control advocates: 'They hate individual freedom'
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paul bassett davies Feb 22
TORY PRESS: What if Corbyn was a spy? REALITY: He wasn’t. TP: Yes, but what if he was? R: You know he wasn’t. TP: Right. But what if he WAS? R: Shouldn’t you be writing about real news? TP: Yes. But what if - and hear us out - what if Corbyn WAS A SPY!?
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NHS Million Feb 16
We think Nurses are awesome! RT/Share if you agree!
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Brian Krassenstein Feb 9
This is Utah Republican Rep. Jon Stanard He voted for tougher penalties for prostitution. He has just resigned amid allegations that he used taxpayer money to pay for hotel rooms with a prostitute. It would really be a shame if everyone RETWEETED this picture of him.
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Alex Roy Feb 7
REMINDER: sent a car into space in 1969. Then it landed. On the moon. Then it drove around. On the moon.
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John Clarke Feb 8
Replying to @Conservatives
Days after complaining about the toxicity of social media and all the fake news that comes with it the post their own on . What utter .
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Rachel Reeves Feb 6
Carillion’s former execs love to talk about how sorry they are, but being sorry won’t help the pensioners who'll lose out, or the subcontractors who'll go out of business. Execs paid millions and could do something to help, but their faces in this video say it all: they won't
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John Clarke Feb 4
Replying to @FalseFirmino
Suarez was a master, Deli is trying to emulate.
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Jess Phillips Feb 4
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John Clarke Jan 27
Replying to @almurray
Right-o
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David Juurlink Jan 23
I’m about to speak to a group of scientists on “Why every scientist should be on Twitter”. Can I get a few RTs in the next 60 minutes to show them its reach?
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John Clarke Jan 24
Does that figure include the many thousands of agency workers who have been stood down because company orders have slowed down post-Christmas? You're lost somewhere in the hinterlands of Narnia.
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John Clarke Jan 12
Unfortunately, history shows long term suffering before good wins the day. Immediate acts of kindness are essential to help those suffering through policies.
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John Clarke Jan 12
Replying to @theresa_may
So how does this speech square with these reports?
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Jess Phillips Jan 11
I made these plans better otherwise it’s just the triumph of hope over experience. Try fewer hoping words and more doing words.
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