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  • in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696261

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    Well, well…quell surprise…There is no Jennifer Stone currently on the wards at Adensbrooke’s Hospital.

    Who’d a thunk it…Paxo a liar…whatever next?

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696176

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    Hi Lenny -trust all is well with you?

    You know the way this site is dwindling in numbers if we get credit for a couple more aliases we’ll make up the majority of posters remaining.😊

    Seems we’ve got a new ‘tag team’ operating. The drunk and the abuser. Sounds like a match made in heaven doesn’t it?

    Away for the weekend, and will probably take a break from all the madness here for a while thereafter. Although I have a post or two yet to finish up with.

    Keep the faith old friend.
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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696150

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    Good post Lenny…but rather depressing.

    To be honest when you see the day summarised like that it is indeed a bit embarrassing to have been part of it. You know when I read some of the worst of the insults and wind ups, and I find myself tempted to reply in kind, that’s when I know it’s time for me to leave it alone for a while.

    “If you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas”.

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696089

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    Two minute phone call Harry. Not difficult at all…Mind you I am a charmer on the phone. That’s why I’ve been so disparaging of his claims all day mate. I knew his wife wasn’t in there. Tomorrow’s gonna be an interesting day.

    Heading out for the evening now mate.

    All the best.
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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696079

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    Paxo nothing you ever say on this board surprises me. You are the most consistent of posters. To coin a phrase “One can always tell when you’re lying…you’re lips are moving!

    In answer to your question, no, I never used the term ‘wife’ when talking about my girlfriend…and, no, I most certainly never referred to my girlfriends brothers as my ‘brother in laws’ Furthermore you yourself would never have claimed Jennifer Stone to be your wife had you not been trying to dig yourself out of the hole you’d made by way of a ridiculous and nonsensical claim to be ‘in the know’ regarding terrorist plots by way of a ‘close relative’.

    So having confirmed that there is indeed no patient named Jennifer Parker currently on the wards at Adensbrooke’s Hospital, it’ll be interesting to see if there’s a Jennifer Stone there eh? I’ll keep you posted😈

    Problem you have Paxo is that you are a proven pathalogical liar…no make that…a ‘self confessed’ pathalogical liar…and as such nothing you ever say on this board, be it to do with work, or family, or politics should ever  be believed by anyone with half a brain in their head. The fact that there are those here handing out sympathy for your latest fantasy is testimony to the congenital stupidity of some herewith…usual suspects stand up please.😉

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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696027

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    …Hello Paxo?…hello Pax?

    Is there anyone there?…must have decided to knuckle down and do a bit of work eh?

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1696010

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    Paxo – You on 05/05/2017 @ 13:58 on the “Article 50 triggered” thread.

    Jay – My brother in-law is Mike Stone, and his junior position as Bloggy calls it, I am sure you and I wouldn’t mind, seeing as the person he replaced was on £10,000 per week, plus he retired as a Brigadier on a full pension from the Army, he also was CEO of BT open reach, he has a son at LA film school and 2 daughters, one of whom returned recently from working in South Africa, the other works in London and has a flat in Covent Garden, his sister, my Mrs is Jenifer Stone, and there are two more brothers Tim and Chris, the reason I said CEO/CIO is because there was no CEO at the time and he was covering both aspects. His major role was IT, as it was performing a completely overhaul of how all the satellite data was gathered and processed. He has never said anything that breaches his secret act and nor have I.

    So were you lying that Jennifer was your wife, or were you lying that Mike was your brother in law? The two options are mutually exclusive.

    Or as I suggest are you simply always lying? I belive the word is ‘pathalogical’.

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695992

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    Not married eh? Lucky girl…dodged a bullet.😆

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695957

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    Paxo – As I read back through the half a dozen posts you made on the day of your wife’s delicate and dangerous operation to her spine I couldn’t help but be moved by the concern, pain, fear and anxiety that screamed from the page with each and every tortured syllable. I defy anyone to read those posts with a dry eye. Seldom has a husbands love and concern for his wife shone through in such graphic and unselfish fashion. With the benefit of hindsight, its blindingly obvious that those posts were a cry for help from the heart.

    The way in which you advised Davinci that Klopp was a better judge of a footballers ability than he would ever be. The manner in which you informed Mr Mak that Fabinho had to cope not only with a new position on the pitch but with settling into a new country. Your joy at the prospect of a more solid midfield line up against Arsenal with Shaq back on the bench. Your advice to me that “Those bins won’t empty themselves”. Your comments to Mak regarding Julian Laurens.

    No one here can be in any doubt that these were a perfectly normal reaction of a tortured soul who simply couldn’t contain his deep felt concern at his wife’s predicament. Who among us here would have behaved differently?  She’s certainly a lucky girl.

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695891

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    Look on the bright side Paxo old friend, at least her predicament hasn’t  impinged in any way on your posting on this forum eh? Fifty plus posts since she had her op…matter of priorities I guess…

    Please keep all of your very, very close friends on this forum fully updated on her progress…I’m sure that’s what she’d want.

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695618

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    …Pathalogical liar…

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695478

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    Paxo, your posts are so boring! You know debating with you is beginning to feel like beating a dog with a stick. Assuming English to be your first language, it appears from your grammar and spelling that you’ve not had much of an education. I accept that there’s really nothing you can do about that, but do you have to be so predictable all the time?

    In the last half a dozen posts to you I’ve slipped effortlessly into passive agressive mode as I said I would in my post of 26/10 @19:28. I’ve used half a dozen celebrity quotes to describe your lack of work ethic. I’ve sold you a dummy apology with a word play on “compulsive liar”. I’ve taken the piss out of your brother in law MOD nonsense…and what have you come back with? Some kind of incoherent, illiterate, unintelligible weird nonsense, that a seven year old would be embarrassed to be associated with.

    “At least I have a Mrs that goes to work”…not perfect, but so far, so good…well done. Now it starts to get a bit shaky…”although not at the moment being in Adenbrookes, I suspect the (my country) Bloogy living in Spain, is in reality unemployed 20 year old sat in his bedroom at mummies house”. Mate, what the fuck are you on about?

    Everyone posting here accepts that we all make the odd typo or grammatical slip, but if your grasp of the English language is really as appalling and limited as it appears, then at least try to be entertaining with your replies. You know, think of something other than just…”errrr, Bloggs said I was posting from home…so, errrr, I’ll say he’s posting from his mum’s house…errrr, Yeh that’ll be clever…errrr”

    Incidentally if you think it will assist in your education, I’ll be more than happy to edit all of your future posts…and perhaps mark them out of ten. What do you think? Might be a laugh eh?

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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695263

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    Haha Lenny. Bit quick off the mark old friend!

    “Softly softly catchy monkey” Sometimes you gotta set ’em up to knock ’em down mate. I can’t believe you didn’t see I was playing him like a fish on the hook for a bit of fun. Thanks for the nice words though, but honestly can you imagine any possible situation where I would apologise to that work shy twat?

    Mate I don’t believe he’s even working. I think he sits at home all day while his missus works, and has nothing better to do than post endless drivel on this forum. He has never once in all his years on the board posted on a weekend or in the evening. He is clearly banned from posting by ‘she who must be obeyed’ One thing we do know for certain however, is that he is indeed, as I claim, a pathalogical liar. His post history is full of examples like the MOD brother in law.

    Ultimately it’s his family I feel sorry for. Imagine growing up with Paxo as a role model. One can only pity his kids. Poor little sods.

    On a lighter note I trust you are enjoying the Bloggy and Lenny are one and the same nonsense as much as I am. I guess it must be difficult for the drunk and his like to accept that they are being made to look foolish by two different posters…much easier to claim it’s just the one. I wonder how long it will be before one of them asks the Ed if we are independent of one another?

    All the best mate.
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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1695160

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    Paxo, further to my last post, having properly researched the subject, as you quite rightly suggested that I should have done in the first place, I can now confirm that I was, indeed, completely wrong in my earlier post.

    Apparently, as it turns out, ‘compulsive’ liars tell the stories they think you want to hear, while it’s actually ‘pathalogical’ liars that continue to lie even when they know, you know, they’re lying.

    Sorry mate…my mistake. You are it seems, a pathalogical liar, rather than as I suggested, merely a compulsive liar.

    Now tell us again all about your brother in law at the MOD.😂😂😂

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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1694971

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    Paxo having read your explanation regarding your work situation it appears that I may have made eroneous and ill informed assumptions in my earlier post.

    It seems, as you suggested, that I should have researched the subject far more thoroughly before accusing you of being a compulsive liar. To that end I can only apologise. Lesson learned…move on.

    All the best.
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    in reply to: International laughing stock #1694727

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    Very good Harry, made me chuckle.

    in reply to: International laughing stock #1694693

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    Hi Harry.

    Chief Constable Sara Thornton, the chairwoman of the National Police Chief’s Council, said stop-and-search should not be used randomly but could work in crime hotpots. She said policing “cannot address the social conditions that lead to violence and knife crime” but whilst “Stop and search is not a silver bullet, it is an important tool in helping to protect the public from violent crime”

    However she said “Officers are reluctant to use the powers because of a fear of being perceived as racist due to the current climate of political correctness”

    Given that black men in London are 8 times more likely to be victims of stop-and-search but are 9 times more likely to commit murder don’t you think that the police are entirely justified in a ‘targeted approach’ to stop-and-search? And if so why are they…according to the Chief Constable…reluctant to do so?

    Incidentally mate, I have had a home in West London for the past thirty years, where I often still reside in the summer, so I’ve seen at first hand the reluctance of the police to confront suspects of ethnic origin for fear of being labelled as racist by so called liberal do Gooders.

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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1694682

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    Pax old chum,

    You seem to be a little confused by your own employment status.

    On 31/10 @ 8:09am you proudly referred to your recently obtained “consultancy role” but by 8:46am on 02/11 it had morphed into “contract work” How curious.

    Could it be that you are really so stupid that you genuinely don’t know the difference in being a consultant to a business and being employed on a contract basis? Let me enlighten you my challenged little friend.

    A business consultant is an advisory role whereby the consultant works with his client on strategy, planning and problem solving, and helps them to develop business skills and knowledge.

    Contract work on the other hand is a structured role whereby a self employed person agrees to do work for another for a fixed price over a fixed period. It is almost always an arms length transaction. The clue is in the word ‘contract’ you numb skull. Interestingly enough, it would be the sort of work a telephone sales person might undertake…coincidentally exactly the same job as you did when employed by the brewery. Lol.

    You know one of the problems in being a compulsive liar is that you need a good memory.

    I have no doubt that everyone posting on this board remembers with a chuckle your claim that your brother in law, to whom you claimed to be close enough to, for him to feel comfortable passing you information in breach of the ‘Official Secrets Act’, was the “Chief Executive of the MOD.” When it was pointed out to you that no such position even existed, you downgraded the lie to “Chief Information Officer of the MOD” and to add credence to your fantasy, you went on to name him. At that point someone pointed out that the guy who’s name you had clearly uncovered on the Internet, and with whom you claimed to be a bosom buddy, had, in fact left that post a couple of years ago!

    It seems from your latest little ‘faux pas’ that you learned nothing from that excruciatingly humiliating experience.

    All the best.
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    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1693409

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    “Alcohol is a make-you-stupid drug.” – Potter-Orfali.

    One day at a time pal…one day at a time.

    in reply to: Having your cake and eating it? #1693408

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    Hey Pax, what’s happening my man?

    Sorry it’s taken me so long to respond but after a couple of rainy days here, the sun re-appeared, and the call of the golf course proved irresistible. It’s a tough old life…but hey…someone’s gotta do it eh? Lol.

    “Those bins won’t empty themselves”…nice one my friend, indeed I suspect that several of my neighbours may have retired here to the Costa del Sol and bought their villas on the proceeds of working for the council, collecting refuse. Lol.

    Anyway Pax I have to admit to being a bit disappointed to see you back on the old internet posting lark all day again. One wonders just how menial your job must be, given that it appears to make no difference whether you do a stroke of work or not?…Certainly being a bin man wouldn’t allow you such freedom eh?

    Seriously though, you know if you treated your posting habit like any other addiction you might get it under control old friend. Perhaps try not to post until mid-day or maybe limit yourself to one post less each day until you get it under control. Or of course you could man up to her indoors, and insist that she let’s you post after work or at the weekends. Explain to her that it’s got to be worth it, if it allows you to develop some sort of ‘work ethic’ to better provide for your family.

    Finally my friend, I have to tell you that in my experience sackings and redundancies are closely linked. Sacking someone for being unproductive and lazy at work can be something of a minefield given todays ridiculous employment laws, whereas making a similarly useless individual redundant is far easier. Think about it mate, if you took over a business…this is obviously a hypothetical scenario…and decided that you had to lay off ten people, which workers are you most likely to make ‘redundant’ those who bring value to the business or the bone idol piss taker who thinks he’s working ‘smart’? Truth is whenever redundancies are anounced all employers wangle the system to get shot of the deadwood. They call it ‘streamlining’ and of course, in truth, you know that perfectly well, despite your protestations to the contrary. Indeed it says it all that you claim currently to be employed on a ‘consultancy’ basis. What that actually means my friend is that presumably, by way of the reference you received from the brewery, your new employer decided only to take you on if you are not entitled to sick pay, don’t have guaranteed hours, are not entitled to paid holiday and have no employee’s rights in law. That is to say that this time, your new boss has made sure that he can get rid of you without any suggestion of compensation or unfair dismissal. Well done you! You’ve managed to get yourself on zero hours contract…That villa in the sun is beginning to look more and more like a pipe dream old chap.

    But you know it doesnt have to be that way Pax. Here’s a couple more quotes designed to try and inspire you to discover some sort of ‘work ethic.’ Come on Pax, if you can’t do the right thing for yourself, then do it for your family me old mucker, surely they deserve that much?

    “My dad went to law school at night while working full time.  He has an unparalleled ‘work ethic’ which he passed down to me, and for which I am eternally grateful.” – Brett Kavanaugh

    “Our father taught us such a ‘work ethic’ that if there’s something worth doing, it’s worth doing well. It’s what I remember about him the most.” – Donny Osmond

    Will your children say the same of you Pax me old chum?

    Come on its not too late champ. Make your kids proud. We’re all rooting for you!

    All the best old friend.
    Bloggs.

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