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Chris Clarke
Cheerful Dystopian
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Chris Clarke 7h
Replying to @Dora58618393 @Glinner
In America Whirlpool have installed washing machines in schools.Poor kids were skipping school from embarrassment.
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Chris Clarke 13h
It’s fair to judge people on their actions and their opinions.
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Chris Clarke 13h
Replying to @niceasey @sdjohns and 2 others
It’s not censorship to choose not to spend your money with a paper whose values don’t align with those of your company.
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Chris Clarke 13h
I think it’s reasonable not to tolerate intolerance
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James Melville Feb 19
Daily Mail readers are threatening to boycott Center Parcs because they've pulled their advertising from the Daily Mail. This now makes Centre Parcs one of the most attractive holiday destinations in the UK.
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Chris Clarke Feb 17
How do you explain that America is the only place where this happens with such regularity? American mental health plus gun laws = dead kids.
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Chris Clarke Feb 13
Replying to @Blairtwentytwo
Hyperbole aside I disagree. internet’s problems start with ad model. It’s right for biggest spenders to question the values
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Chris Clarke Feb 10
Nike going local and getting it right.
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Graham Linehan Feb 8
Nice to see Bill Drummond starting to take it easy
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Chris Clarke Feb 7
I guess I’ll always be more interested in why we can’t sustain ourselves on that pale blue dot in the background
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DigitasLBi UK Jan 29
"The emergent creative of 2018 will be networked, business literate and – finally, maybe – perhaps genuinely media-neutral" 🙌🏼
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DigitasLBi UK Jan 30
We're still wondering how he did it!
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Chris Clarke Jan 16
Replying to @Matt_Muir @Elika
The price point is the issue here! Otherwise and I would be in there
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Chuka Umunna Jan 15
Membership of the Single Market and Customs Union is no barrier to a government giving state aid to industry. France and Germany are among the largest state aid spenders in Europe. Please RT.
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Pádraig Belton Jan 12
If tea spread to your country by sea, you call it ‘tea’. If by land, you call it chai. (*This is because the ports of Fujian and Taiwan use the coastal pronunciation ‘te’, whereas Mandarin uses chá.)
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Chris Clarke Jan 8
Oprah speaks in sentences - SHE! SHE should be our leader. There was a book about this
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Maria Popova Jan 4
“In the depths of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” Albert Camus died on this day in 1960 and left us his immortal wisdom on strength of character in difficult times:
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James Melville Dec 28
With a heavy heart, Tory grandee, Michael Heseltine, is effectively saying that voting for Corbyn / Labour is a better option to serve the national interest than a Tory-led Brexit. All credit to him. He cares more about his country than his own party.
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Rachel Clarke Dec 27
Last night, cancer finally claimed my dearest Dad. One major surgery, countless chemotherapies, & a small army of community & palliative care nurses so he could be at home with us. The bill? £zero. Grief, pain, emptiness - but not bankruptcy. Thank you, thank you
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Samuel Pepys Dec 27
I waked and my wife not come to bed; I lacked a pot, but there was none, and bitter cold, so was forced to rise and piss in the chimney.
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