The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby Bradywasking » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:41 am

A school in County Wicklow ( I say Wicklow which it officially is but it would consider itself an affluent South Dublin suburb) is giving pupils , male and female, a choice of wearing skirts or trousers..This is after a survey of pupils decided this was the way to go.. FFS they are children aged five to twelve, they are influnced by their double barrell named, latte swilling mummys. Some of the comments suggest that this will allow the children to identify themselves and express themselves..Another idea might be to allow them to be children.

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:13 pm

A school in County Wicklow ( I say Wicklow which it officially is but it would consider itself an affluent South Dublin suburb) is giving pupils , male and female, a choice of wearing skirts or trousers..This is after a survey of pupils decided this was the way to go.. FFS they are children aged five to twelve, they are influnced by their double barrell named, latte swilling mummys. Some of the comments suggest that this will allow the children to identify themselves and express themselves..Another idea might be to allow them to be children.
My (now) 15 year old daughter came out with a classic when all this "I identify as" bullshit started. She was about 13 or 14 at the time and said if they ask her that question in school she was gonna answer "I identify as a unicorn" and demand to dress as a unicorn. :lol: 8)

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:32 pm

A school in County Wicklow ( I say Wicklow which it officially is but it would consider itself an affluent South Dublin suburb) is giving pupils , male and female, a choice of wearing skirts or trousers..This is after a survey of pupils decided this was the way to go.. FFS they are children aged five to twelve, they are influnced by their double barrell named, latte swilling mummys. Some of the comments suggest that this will allow the children to identify themselves and express themselves..Another idea might be to allow them to be children.
My (now) 15 year old daughter came out with a classic when all this "I identify as" bullshit started. She was about 13 or 14 at the time and said if they ask her that question in school she was gonna answer "I identify as a unicorn" and demand to dress as a unicorn. :lol: 8)

My daughter :rubchin: ..... a friend of mine :rubchin: .......so how did your work respond to your request to be a unicorn :lol:

Well played to her anyway, as long as she declares for Jedi as her religious beliefs then she's on track to be a well rounded individual.

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:35 pm

A school in County Wicklow ( I say Wicklow which it officially is but it would consider itself an affluent South Dublin suburb) is giving pupils , male and female, a choice of wearing skirts or trousers..This is after a survey of pupils decided this was the way to go.. FFS they are children aged five to twelve, they are influnced by their double barrell named, latte swilling mummys. Some of the comments suggest that this will allow the children to identify themselves and express themselves..Another idea might be to allow them to be children.
My (now) 15 year old daughter came out with a classic when all this "I identify as" bullshit started. She was about 13 or 14 at the time and said if they ask her that question in school she was gonna answer "I identify as a unicorn" and demand to dress as a unicorn. :lol: 8)

My daughter :rubchin: ..... a friend of mine :rubchin: .......so how did your work respond to your request to be a unicorn :lol:

Well played to her anyway, as long as she declares for Jedi as her religious beliefs then she's on track to be a well rounded individual.
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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:09 pm

Having to apologise for chucking out a gate crasher at a function. WTF is wrong with our society. It's just the same as having to apologise for kicking fuck out of an intruder in your own house. Plod "So tell me Mr Homeowner how exactly did the accused come to fall down your stairs twice" :lol:

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby John F » Fri Jun 21, 2019 3:34 pm

At first when I saw it I thought it was terrible and having worked on a secure unit in the 90s if I ever grabbed someone by the neck no matter what the provocation I would of been sacked and prosecuted and rightly so but after listening to the some mps about the heightened sense of security they feel after receiving abuse and the fact Steve timms was stabbed by a women in the stomach and of course Jo Cox, I could see the other side to the story.

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Fri Jun 21, 2019 5:33 pm

To be fair he doesn't grab her by the neck. After he has control of her and has turned her back towards the door he holds her neck to propel her forward. All quite within the remit of reasonable force and quite well executed for someone who has never probably had to perfect the come along hold. If he doesn't hold her neck and she starts thrashing her head about it potentially gets messy.

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Tue Jun 25, 2019 5:42 am

To be fair he doesn't grab her by the neck. After he has control of her and has turned her back towards the door he holds her neck to propel her forward. All quite within the remit of reasonable force and quite well executed for someone who has never probably had to perfect the come along hold. If he doesn't hold her neck and she starts thrashing her head about it potentially gets messy.
For me the silly cùnt was trespassing, and was approaching the head table in an aggressive manner. At that point who knew what her ultimate goal was? A stabbing? He reacted in a controlled but forceful manner so fuck yeah fair play to the guy. 8)

Personally I'd have throat punched her. Better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

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Re: The Political Correctness Bullshit Thread

Postby Red Snapper » Thu Jun 27, 2019 6:47 pm

These days when "celebrities" are encouraging people to throw battery acid at politicians I'm surprised she left the venue standing up,


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