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John Sargeant
Blogger, caregiver to SLD brother, passionate about secularism and free speech (so we can challenge hate). Writes & blog below
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John Sargeant 6h
Agreed - this is the Hugo I want by the bottle for such occasions. The composure and composition is awe inspiring.
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Jeremy Duns 7h
Fascinating and chilling discussion below this tweet. I'm awed by 's patience and calm.
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John Sargeant 9h
Replying to @youngvulgarian
Euroland Rock?
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John Sargeant 13h
Ed Sheeran not perhaps as original as might have thought.
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Dean Burnett Jan 15
Robin Williams's death: a reminder that suicide and depression are not selfish Tweeting this again because it was recently claimed that mental health posts at the Guardian never go viral. I'd be lying if I said that wasn't a wee bit irksome.
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John Sargeant 19h
Safeguarding and best interests of a child will hopefully prevail for Tamimi.
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John Sargeant 20h
Replying to @JimmyRushmore
When a nasty piece of work hides behind a disability when they need to be held to account as any MP would be.
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Dean Burnett Jan 15
Replying to @garwboy
You don't get to make hugely-controversial, largely unfounded claims about how mental health then claim your own is being harmed by dealing with the fallout, any more than you get to shit on someones floor and say you're not cleaning it up because you have a sensitive stomach /1
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John Sargeant 21h
Could BE anymore right about Friends?
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Barack Obama Jan 15
Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts mattered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
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Joe Biden Jan 15
Dr. King said that change “comes through continuous struggle.” As we celebrate his legacy today, we’re once again living through a battle for the soul of this nation. We'll win this battle by following his example: standing up, getting involved, and demanding our voices be heard.
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John Sargeant Jan 15
Cunnilingus is always on the tip of the tongue of a considerate lover.
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Jeremy Duns Jan 15
Hari wants plausible deniability re stating all antidepressants are bad, but look at how slyly he dismisses their use - while saying they shouldn't be dismissed. The words 'some, 'some' again, 'temporary' and minority' are all there to make you think they are, actually, bad.
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John Sargeant Jan 15
Replying to @JeremyDuns
That is the big picture and why the little details matter. Quacks and charlatans cannot be given a slither of a chance to ruin lives.
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John Sargeant Jan 15
Obviously I cannot remember what happened
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Tom Holland Jan 14
A really honest & stimulating book - highly recommended for anyone interested in the tensions between Western & Islamic assumptions
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John Sargeant Jan 15
Replying to @JudyMurray
“We ain’t never gonna survive unless we get a little crazy” ;)
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Tom Holland Jan 15
If the Government is worried about the collapse of Carillion, & looking for a way to rein back on transport spending, I know how they could save £1.6 bn.
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Martin Belam Jan 15
From his autobiography, Cyrille Regis on being sent a bullet in the post after he was called into the England squad in 1982
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John Sargeant Jan 15
Replying to @BDSixsmith
Happy Birthday, and may you only fall into the drink as you come across milestones that reveal a long fulfilling life is being had.
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