On 6 Nov 2011 at 8:06am Deelite wrote:
Can anyone produce a definitive list of the the Lewes Bonfire society tableaux? If any photos are up yet, links would be very much appreciated. Any comments about them too.
On 6 Nov 2011 at 12:29pm Smiler wrote:
Cliffe - Gaddafi in a Toyota Hilux driven by the Devil and the Grim Reaper
Waterloo - Rebecca Brooks riding Murdoch as a dinosaur
Commercial Square - Cameron putting the Uk through the wringer
On 6 Nov 2011 at 12:33pm hurting wrote:
Borough had a seagull sitting on a nest on top of the amex stadium
On 6 Nov 2011 at 12:55pm Smiler wrote:
Here's a pic of the Cliffe tab
On 6 Nov 2011 at 1:05pm bastian wrote:
southover, "pig society"...riots
On 6 Nov 2011 at 2:47pm Paul Newman wrote:
Would I be right in thinking it was all a bit Guardian POV then? Cameron is not putting the UK through the wringer,we are borrowing record amounts every month and he has capitulated the the public sector unions. Murdoch is a hate figure for the Liberal Party chiefly, but I am yet to be convinced he did anything anyone else was not doing, and no-one actually wants the print unions back or state controlled print as well as an all powerful state broadcasting company
I`m a bit disappointed really, its all very politically correct , unless I am missing something .
On 6 Nov 2011 at 3:17pm Captain wrote:
Next year can't we just burn the train carrages as they arrive full of drunken fools from london?
On 6 Nov 2011 at 3:26pm Guy wrote:
There might not be a "next year"
On 6 Nov 2011 at 4:25pm Brixtonbelle wrote:
Wrong again, Paul. Cameron is a very unpopular PM amongst both left and right. Similarly Murdoch lost respect across the political spectrum - despite all previous PM's of all hues sucking up to him. Gaddafi and the Seagull are fairly 'non-political' I would think. So it's only the Southover tab which seems to me to be the most Guardian POV.
On 6 Nov 2011 at 4:28pm Me wrote:
I'm with the captain.
On 6 Nov 2011 at 4:59pm bastian wrote:
paul your relentless replies are getting tedious....not all TAB teams read the guardian.
On 6 Nov 2011 at 7:22pm SHE wrote:
The picture of CSBS Captain of Tab reading the Guardian and being PC is hysterical Paul, made me laugh anyway.
On 6 Nov 2011 at 7:43pm Spartacus wrote:
Paul - to the regular readers of this message board it's quite clear you're missing something.
Guy - in you're dreams sunshine!
On 6 Nov 2011 at 9:14pm dilligaf wrote:
guy u really are a complete prat. have spent most of today planing nxt year cant wait nothing like lewes bonfire. long live bonfire
On 6 Nov 2011 at 10:36pm Yogi wrote:
Now bonfire is over for one year, I'd like to know Spartacus, if you can get a few slave girls on parade next year? In a kinky kind of bdsm way, I might like bonfire more if it was sexed up a bit......
On 7 Nov 2011 at 12:44am Spartacus wrote:
'corse I can, cost you though.
On 7 Nov 2011 at 2:36am 17Xs wrote:
Paul - Totally wrong in SO many ways I dont have the time to waste! But Guy - 1 word - deluded!
On 7 Nov 2011 at 7:31am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Blimey, PN defending Murdoch. I always thought he was on a different planet from the rest of us, perhaps he's in an enitrely different galaxy.
On 7 Nov 2011 at 8:35am Lord Ballantyne wrote:
Haha, Captain of Tab from Southover, reading the Guardian???? Pigs might fly.
On 7 Nov 2011 at 9:51am Paul Newman wrote:
What were the other tableaux then does anyone have pics. My children a too young to mix in the crowd so I `d like to see what they all came up with
On 7 Nov 2011 at 10:15am Southover Queen wrote:
Inexplicably (to me anyone) was the Harry Potter tab, even if it was splendid. (I"m not sure whose it was - Borough perhaps?)
It's not open to accusations of political correctness or Guardian POV at any rate...
On 7 Nov 2011 at 12:18pm Paul Newman wrote:
J K Rowling is a major donor to the Labour Party SQ and the whole Harry Potter Series is quite clearly intended to inculcate young and impressionable minds with her leftist beliefs.
You notice that the only capitalists, the Weasley Brothers, are treated as a joke and are only able to finance their entrepreneurial venture by virtue of proto development grant, courtesy of patrician Potter. Everyone else works for the government or teaches, a state of affairs sustained by "magic"...
On 7 Nov 2011 at 6:16pm Dingo wrote:
Brilliant textual analysis Paul.I on the other hand see the series as a plot to make public schools more attractive to the nations children.The books are a designed to keep adults away from real literature, helping to keep them in a state of credulous and semi imbecilic immaturity.Futhermore the books promote magic rather than reason science and politics, as a means of affecting change in the world and as such are deeply reactionary. I also find the cookbooks of Delia Smith deeply suspect for a number of reasons which I can`t possibly go into here.
On 7 Nov 2011 at 6:21pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I'm with you on Delia, Dingo - very suspect.
That Nigel Slater though, he's sound.
On 7 Nov 2011 at 8:01pm Deelite wrote:
Gawd. All I wanted was a list of the tableaux.
Nice to see Paul has a human side though. Lewes (or fatherhood) must be getting to him.