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old git

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A True Statistics as 14/04/2011

Unbelievable!!!!!
I bet this will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside!
Can you imagine working for a company that only has a little more than 635 employees, but, has the following employee statistics...



29 have been accused of spouse abuse
7 have been arrested for fraud
9 have been accused of writing bad cheques
17 have directly or indirectly bankrupted at least 2 businesses
3 have done time for assault
71 cannot get a credit card due to bad credit
14 have been arrested on drug-related charges
8 have been arrested for shoplifting
21 are currently defendants in lawsuits
84 have been arrested for drink driving in the last year


and

collectively, this year alone, they have cost the British tax payer £92,993,748 in
expenses!!!

Which organisation is this?









It's the 635 members of the House of Commons.
The same group that cranks out hundreds of new laws each year designed to keep the rest of us in line.
What a bunch of b ***** ds we have running our country
- it says it all...

And just to top all that they probably have the best 'corporate' pension scheme in the country!!
If you agree that this is an appalling state of affairs, please pass it on to everyone you know

Hooray! The CaSLM is even worse!;}
 

kevgermany

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Have seen this some time ago, almost word for word, about the South African government.
 

gladsaxisme

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I'm a bit surprised you've only just cottoned on to the fact that all workers of that company are a bag of c***p and only in it to feather their own nests, but I have to agree that the figures that prove it are quite astounding a big list of names would be quite interesting. I have to say that I would have problems employing any of the applicants for this particular job, when your choice is between this bag of **** or that bag of c***p and then when they get the job they think they have just been given free rein to do what they like and not what they are expected to do,so what's the point of giving any of them the job in the first place.
 

jonf

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As you say, Bill, unbelievable. This story has its roots in some obscure US libertarian group which made up a load of nonsense about the US governemtn in the 1980s. They were lying when they wrote about Capitol then, and it's certainly not true about the current sitting MPs in the UK.

Sorry, but much as I dislike MPs across the board (thereby neatly avoiding being political) it's all just made up.

(As I suspect Bill knew all along.......)
 

old git

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Yes, Jon. Personally know my MP. Nice guy and we share an interesting coincidence, our fathers were conscientious objectors. Unfortunately Malcolm does not maintain the family tradition.

Kev,
Never realised you were on the other side at Mafeking. ;}
 
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kevgermany

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Kev,
Never realised you were on the other side at Mafeking. ;}
Bit before my time. Sorry I missed meeting you there. we could be sitting in the sun reminiscing about the conditions, camp money and how long it took to be relieved. >:)

But I was a Boy Scout - BP for Baden Powell, Be Prepared and British Petroleum....

It's Mafikeng, nowadays. Not sure why it was renamed. Probably getting back at the Brits.
 

Young Col

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I didn't believe it either. Actually during my professional life I knew some very good MPs and some really bad ones - both in terms of intelect and commitment.
But more importantly... I see mention of camp again. We're not going back to the Camp coffee discussion again are we? I've still got some from last time this came up.
And Bill, if you reveal my criminal past, I'll tell all about yours... and the story of the... (but no, not here).
YC
 

kevgermany

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Cue Sid James in policemen's uniform with truncheon in one hand and handcuffs in the other.
 

Gandalfe

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As you say, Bill, unbelievable. This story has its roots in some obscure US libertarian group which made up a load of nonsense about the US governemtn in the 1980s. They were lying when they wrote about Capitol then, and it's certainly not true about the current sitting MPs in the UK.
Damn Libertarian's. ;}

Actually, snopes.com doesn't report it and about.com sez it is a political joke. Still, nice to blame the libertarians because none of us know any except for Senator Rand Paul who is running at the bottom of the pack for US president next year.
 
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