WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 Wolves (a)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, win
15%
  
b.Wolves will be tougher than the rent boys but I think we can grind it out, draw
23%
  
c. We rarely follow up a win with anything and Wednesday will be no different, lose
42%
  
d.The poll's back and everything is rosy, I've missed you old friend
7%
  
e. Well how's your luck this one is on Amazon Prime and I subscribe along with SKY, BT & Netflix I've got all bases covered, it may be cheaper to buy a ST but then I'd have to get out of the armchair, WHU through & through me
13%
  



Westham67 10:18 Sat Nov 2
Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
I was offended by the fireworks and the following noises not to mention the homeless bloke tied to stake

Its almost a crass as Israels yearly burning of a giant sandal in the celebration of the Haj stoning of the devil stampede death debris

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Hammer and Pickle 10:12 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Nothing inherently incompatible about Buddhism and a "western" cultural background.

Nurse Ratched 10:07 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
W67

Oddballs.

Far Cough 10:04 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
In 1993, a partial pardon was granted to Bentley by the Home Secretary at the time, Michael Howard, saying that Bentley was guilty of being involved in the murder but should not have been hanged due to mitigating factors. •

In 1998, the Appeal Court officially quashed Bentley’s conviction, on the basis that the judge had been biased against the defendants and that he had misdirected the jury.

OCR.org


You will note that Bentley's conviction was quashed not on the facts that Bentley had in fact gone on to commit burglary with Craig and he was armed, albeit with a knuckle duster and he must have known Craig was armed with a gun but the conviction was quashed on the basis as outlined above and probably rightly so

Westside 9:44 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
depends upon on your interpretation of the words "let him have it (the gun or the bullet), Chris" ?

the conviction was quashed, in the late 90's.

About 45 years too late.

Westham67 9:39 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Probably a legend mate is was a long time ago

joe royal 9:29 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Did you know the Buddha only has a life line on the palm of his hand?

Westham67 9:18 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Nurse Ratched 4:44 Sun Nov 3

Maybe they have not lived in country where the people follow Buddhism. I live in the sticks about a 45 minutes west on the way to Burma, from the old capital Ayutthaya ;which was a temple based city .There is river behind our house and a temple where we get the keys and go in there and on our own

One encounter I have had with western Buddhist centre was at the east London Buddhist centre in Bethnal green . Lamas in pyjamas they call themselves wtf ?. They asked me if I wanted Buddha lessons and I just stared at them. and was like, what are they then. Pretentious plastic Buddhists

Nurse Ratched 8:01 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Yes, pick the bones out of THAT. I'm glad I wasn't on the jury. Such a tough call

Far Cough 7:58 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Westside, depends upon on your interpretation of the words "let him have it (the gun or the bullet), Chris" ?

Ridikzappa 7:44 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
I’ll tell you what is POLITICALLY CORRECT.

The poison that is being taught to our children in British schools these days:

https://youtu.be/mpHcCV_r720

Westside 7:29 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Bentley was most definitely in the commission of crime when a copper was murdered,

No, he was in police custody, at the the time of the murder.

yngwies Cat 6:56 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Burning Witches great band

Hammer and Pickle 6:27 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
100 Jesuit handlers on fire

Far Cough 6:21 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Nurse, exactly, the crime of passion thing was what some of her supporters were hanging onto

Nurse Ratched 6:19 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Cough

Ellis ambushed her ex and it was premeditated. Similar to Sally Challen.

Far Cough 6:02 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
On your birthday...


John Lennon was shot

Ruth Ellis shot someone


You might want to keep your head down and definitely don't go near Bulgaria's airport

gph 5:57 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Just discovered I share a Birthday with Ruth Ellis. Fortunately not a birth year, though.

Me, John Lennon, and Ruth Ellis. But Burgas Airport, Bulgaria, even gets the year right.

Far Cough 5:40 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Nurse, "crime passionnel" in the case of Ruth Ellis but even that's a stretch as she didn't pick up a gun in a rage at her lover, she had plenty of time to "calm down" as it where during the drive to the place of murder

Far Cough 5:36 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
Out of the three Evans was most probably innocent, Ellis most definitely shot her lover and Bentley was most definitely in the commission of crime when a copper was murdered, so out of the three, my sympathies lie with Timothy Evans, the police at the time, did an awful incompetent investigation, so much so, they missed human remains in Christie's back yard

Nurse Ratched 5:29 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
I doubt a man would get off murdering his ex partner because he was 'distraught'

gph 5:23 Sun Nov 3
Re: Is the yearly celebration of burning Catholics politically correct ?
*not the judge = he wasn't the judge*

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: