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Sunday, 28 April 2013

JUMPING FOR JOY

One of our readers imagines Rocky skipping with joy at the thought of becoming Leader
HAPPY ROCKY

17 comments:

  1. such is the level of debate on this blog

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    1. Yes, it does tend to get a bit high brow....it definitely looks like a happy chappie...hope he has not been ingesting high making substances....whoever it might be.

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  2. I think there is remarkable likeness to Boris as well!

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  3. My Dearest Dame

    I was jumping for joy myself, after reading your excellent post yesterday, entitled "TEARS AND TANTRUMS" vis-a-vis developments around Jonathan Fraser-Howells' Spanish Hotel. It seems to have sebsequently been withdrawn from your blog.

    Can we ask why? Legal/technical for example?

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    1. Yes, it will re-appear....taken down to allow focus on leadership election. No legal issues!

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    2. Great, well done! Keep up the great work!!!

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  4. Rocks bid for the No 1 SRA has become a bad joke. The balloon needs to be pricked

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  5. He'd better watch out or his curls will catch on his skipping rope.

    And the head prefect will give him lines for misuse of his cricket whites.

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  6. Not a word from Cllr Coleridge about his Leadership ambitions and his manifesto. He is sailing above the whole vulgar business of campaigning which he has no intention of participating in. The patrician instinct is to wait for the call from his comrades. "Would you be so kind as to represent us?"

    Poor Tim may find out that the call will never come.....

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    1. Kensington Resident29 April 2013 at 10:29

      You are quite wrong. Cllr Coleridge is considering his position. He made this clear when he gave an interview to the Kensington and Chelsea Post

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  7. Person Familiar With The Situation29 April 2013 at 10:23

    Cllr Ahern is still looking for a Proposer and a Seconder. Until this is accomplished he has no time to draft a Manifesto

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    1. In the famous words of the cartoonist Bristo, any attempt by Cllr Ahern to draft a manifesto will result in the statement "My mind just blew up"

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    2. The other Tim also tried and his mind blew up too

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  8. Supporter Of Moylan29 April 2013 at 10:27

    We are tickled pink

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  9. What a load of tossers

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  10. Anyonebutmoylan29 April 2013 at 12:34

    One notes that Moylan has a supporter.

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    1. Supporter Of Moylan29 April 2013 at 13:28

      Just wait and see

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