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The survivors, brought to their senses by the disaster, gave chase to the woman; but she, laughing in mockery, changed herself into a wren and flew away.
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Actually quite keen for a functional student umbrella org to exist as I'm too old for Young Labour.
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Replying to @shoddyknight
Yeah like realistically my stepdad lives quite middle-class now 'cause he married my mum who's a head, but...
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wild news, guess I'm gonna have to not start this PhD after all
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Replying to @mattsumption
Obviously none of it is helpful, that's easy.
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Replying to @mattsumption
It's the drama, Matt, I just love it.
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Replying to @dmk1793 @steamedhamms
Oh that's very good.
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Replying to @dmk1793
What was this report that a four-day week might not be any good? Do you think there's owt to it?
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mcc 4h
I would shout instructions to the people on the track to roll over in a specific pattern so they bunch up, then pull the lever, causing 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + ... people to get run over. Result: No one dies and 1/12 of a person spontaneously comes to life
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Replying to @Fab_Newt
Mhairi is basically amazing and always has been. Strongly pro-trans stuff too, which is welcome, especially given the climate in the SNP currently.
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Only if the button personally gives me Β£5.
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( β€’Μ₯ Μ« β€’Μ₯ ) Sep 17
A cosplayer is getting harassed for telling weebs not to sexualize a 14 year old anime girl so here’s your daily reminder
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Replying to @nataliereed84
I mean that is a good description of GW business practices.
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Paul Mason RTing and appearing in the Canary is it.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
And that's the norm, as far as I'm concerned? The North is not some caricature and it doesn't need your pity or your patronising pandering.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
My stepdad is a traditional working-class Labour voter; he's disillusioned with politics; he is exactly the sort of person these shits try to use as a prop for their hate. But he is accepting and decent and, in his own way sometimes, kind.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
Why am I saying all of this? I guess, like, it makes me so angry when miserable socialist men try to claim that traditional Labour voters don't want any of this fancy "liberal acceptance" stuff.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
We didn't always get on, when I was growing up. But we get on now.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
He has more non-white friends than I can say I have, in my southern Cambridgeshire bubble. He's not voting Labour because he doesn't like Corbyn's leadership style but he's going to vote Green, because he thinks politics has got to fundamentally change for the good of the future.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
But I transitioned and, earlier than that, came out, and aside from a few vaguely insensitive comments here and there he's always been supportive.
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Replying to @thatinterlace
He's from a """traditional working class""" background - white, grew up in Dronfield, he drives (or drove - desk job in the same place now) for a living, his brothers are bakers, that sort of thing.
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