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On Mon 1 Apr at 10:47am Tom Pain wrote:
I've made a few posts when most decent folk are in the land of nod. They disappear,never to be seen again. Perhaps webbo could inform me at what hour posting is forbidden. The recent dearth of comments makes me wonder if there is a 24 hour ban. Perhaps it is a government measure to calm the public in view of the recent suspension of democracy.
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On Mon 1 Apr at 8:29pm Local99 wrote:
Doubt it's time-related. More likely that you're posting rubbish that's not worthy of this place.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 7:56am Green Sleeves wrote:
Tom Pain is the "chatty" bloke sitting on his own, propping up the bar, in an old man's pub from circa early 20th century. He's also a bit of a pillock.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 11:18am Hamid Barr wrote:
Green Sleeves is the arrogant bore sitting on his own, staring at a screen in his bedroom desperate for the chance to pontificate. Anyone with a different viewpoint is called a name ( or several ) but the moment he gets called something back he starts screeching.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 11:22am Local99 wrote:
Hamid Barr is the chap with builders working on his house, busy widening all the doorways so his ever-swelling head will fit through them
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On Tue 2 Apr at 11:53am Hello wrote:
Local99 is the haughty high opinion of himself who specialises in talking down to people. For best effect anything he posts should be read in a shrill comedy voice
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On Tue 2 Apr at 12:00pm Tom Pain wrote:
Good to see you keeping up the standards of debate greenie, and the growing diversity of your vocabulary.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 12:11pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Hamid Barr is the pub lout, who obnoxiously jumps any queue at the bar because of some overinflated sense of self worth combined with lack of manners or respect. His boorish attitude seems better left to 1990s britpop, lads-mags era but he says otherwise and makes that very much known. Another knucklehead worth avoiding.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 1:26pm Oh Dear wrote:
Green Sleeves living up to the forecast as ever. Strange how he/she pops up so quickly when he/she gets a mention. Must lurk on this forum all day every day
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On Tue 2 Apr at 5:34pm Green Sleeves wrote:
"hello" sounds like he is rehashing a Hamid Barr or "wevehadourfun" line. Could all be the same person, or just share the same profoundly unfunny style of writing and frequently use words like "pontificate".

3 totally unremarkable posters whether it's the same person behind it or not.
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On Tue 2 Apr at 7:30pm Basil wrote:
I wonder if we are all the same person?
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On Tue 2 Apr at 7:34pm Hello wrote:
Green Sleeves appears the moment his favourite subject is mentioned. By the way Greenie do try and get my gender right
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On Wed 3 Apr at 8:09pm Green Sleeves wrote:
Hmmm....hello = hotlips? Hope not, she was another cretin
 
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On Wed 3 Apr at 8:46pm Tom Pain wrote:
Oh greenie, I wish you wouldn't talk dirty with every floozie that turn up. I thought we had something special.
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On Wed 3 Apr at 9:53pm Green Sleeves wrote:
@tom pain, don't waste my time. Dolt.
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On Thu 4 Apr at 9:58pm Tom Pain wrote:
Sorry for my impertinence,but I thought someone should shame you for your misogynistic hate speech without getting virtuous about it.
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On Thu 4 Apr at 11:14pm Green Sleeves wrote:
@tom pain, I'm guessing you're being ironic and you are fully aware the only misogynistic comment in this thread was under the name of "Tom Pain". What a pain.
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On Fri 5 Apr at 10:01am Tom Pain wrote:
I wish I could change my name to bored3


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