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Just heard on the radio about the disabled orphans in Ohio having being transferred to foster homes as they were living in cages 3 feet high stacked on top of each other.

Serves them right they should have worked harder and then they could have lived in Cuffley eh!

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11 disabled children found in cages at foster home


ELEVEN disabled children have been found locked in cages less than three feet high in the home of their foster parents in Ohio.

Police discovered the children - who range in age from one to 14 and have various disabilities, including autism - after raiding the home near the city of Wakeman.


The children were found in cages built into the walls of the house and had been left with no blankets or pillows.

The cages were rigged with alarms that sounded if opened. The children told authorities they slept in the cages at night. Doors to some of the cages were blocked with heavy furniture.

Prosecutors were reviewing the case, but no charges had been filed against the children's adoptive parents, Sharen and Mike Gravelle.

County prosecutor Russell Leffler said the Gravelles claimed a psychiatrist recommended they place the children in cages.

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Just heard on the radio about the disabled orphans in Ohio having being transferred to foster homes as they were living in cages 3 feet high stacked on top of each other.

Serves them right they should have worked harder and then they could have lived in Cuffley eh!


Err yeah, right ?????

So shall we have a march for that as well then??

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Oh sh!t old stephs got his soap box out again. Watch out normal people, STEPHS BACK the voice of the oppressed and hard done by has come to bore us all to tears with his leftie views yet again.

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Just heard on the radio about the disabled orphans in Ohio having being transferred to foster homes as they were living in cages 3 feet high stacked on top of each other.

Serves them right they should have worked harder and then they could have lived in Cuffley eh!


I never said disabled children were lazy, workshy spongers. Typical of a militant do-gooder to go off on a [****!!****] tangent you're worse than a [****!!****] woman.

If your so concerned why don't you sell your soddin dinghy & give the money to the orphans.



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The point I am making is that you said,

"i earnt the rite to live in cuffley thru hard graft and iron bollox im a self made egg anyway gazza u still gettin pissed up with 5 bellys and beatin the missus?"

You have no rite (sic) to live anywhere except the rights society gives you. You are living in Cuffley 99% by accident of birth and 1% by "hard graft".

If you had been born disabled in Ohio and unfortunate enough to be put in the care of Sharen and Mike Greville you could work as hard as you like but there would not be the opportunity to live in Cuffley or in the equivalent place in the USA.

My point might be difficult to grasp for someone who is obtuse but I am sure that with your intellect you can manage it.

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Bullshit. It's only through working long hours and shifts that other people wouldn't do that helped me save up enough to move off the Cambridge Road. 80% hard graft more like. Anyway if what you say is true, what's to stop those northerners you love so much moving to London. Asylum seekers and other immigrants have had much harder obstacles to overcome but they manage to make a living, and they didn't need anybody to march for them.

I take it you didn't earn your boat then but it was an accident of birth. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />

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>>Bad EGG

I got my boat through good luck and good fortune. I am humble enough to recognise that fact.

If you want to see hard work go on the streets of Mumbai or Istanbul and become a beggar. Nobody in the west works as hard as them. You may have ended up at 9:00pm at night around 7 years old trying to sell trinkets to tourists.

Perhaps you would have been the one running behind a tourist bus in Cairo begging for the snacks given to the passengers on the bus.

Or even been outside the blue mosque in Istanbul creaming somebody's sandals for pennies. 80% hardwork dont make me laugh!!

Or with bad luck you could have been in Rwanda or a Palestinian in Gaza.

80% hardwork dont make me laugh!!

As for your place in Cuffley you own it as tenant of the Queen (state or society) and what she gives she can take away.

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Bloody Hell steph - even i think youv'e gone too far this time!

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>>Bad EGG

I got my boat through good luck and good fortune. I am humble enough to recognise that fact.

I don't do humble that's why they call me Bad Egg

If you want to see hard work go on the streets of Mumbai or Istanbul and become a beggar. Nobody in the west works as hard as them. You may have ended up at 9:00pm at night around 7 years old trying to sell trinkets to tourists. I agree but that is not an example of laziness in the UK

Perhaps you would have been the one running behind a tourist bus in Cairo begging for the snacks given to the passengers on the bus. and nor is this

Or even been outside the blue mosque in Istanbul creaming somebody's sandals for pennies. 80% hardwork dont make me laugh!! or this

Or with bad luck you could have been in Rwanda or a Palestinian in Gaza. this is true but I wasn't ,I was lucky enough to be born in God's greatest country and I intend to make the very most of the opportunity while I still can. It would be a sin not to

80% hardwork dont make me laugh!! I'm glad to see you have a sense of humour

As for your place in Cuffley you own it as tenant of the Queen (state or society) and what she gives she can take away.
She can try but once she meets the Egg she'll be smitten and I'll have my wicked way with her

In the words of my favourite lady of all time " This Egg is not for turning"

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>>Bad EGG

I got my boat through good luck and good fortune. I am humble enough to recognise that fact.

If you want to see hard work go on the streets of Mumbai or Istanbul and become a beggar. Nobody in the west works as hard as them. You may have ended up at 9:00pm at night around 7 years old trying to sell trinkets to tourists.

Perhaps you would have been the one running behind a tourist bus in Cairo begging for the snacks given to the passengers on the bus.

Or even been outside the blue mosque in Istanbul creaming somebody's sandals for pennies. 80% hardwork dont make me laugh!!

Or with bad luck you could have been in Rwanda or a Palestinian in Gaza.

80% hardwork dont make me laugh!!

As for your place in Cuffley you own it as tenant of the Queen (state or society) and what she gives she can take away.


Cuckoo, Cuckoo, Cuckoo!!

You should be on stage Steph, your funnier than Ben Elton!! (not that that's hard)

I bet Derek Hatton is another of your hero's, is he still inside?
Derek Hatton, Arthur Scargill you must be proud of them!

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Process: erm... think of a lefty... apply crass generalisations to all those to left of hitler... make sweeping accusation.

Daily Mail by numbers. Easy.

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Process: erm... think of a Tory...apply crass generalisations to all those that are Right of George Galloway...make sweeping accusation.

The Guardian by numbers. Easy.

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Steph I take my hat off to you for saying what you do in your real name I admire your front. The thing is not too many agree with your points of view. Keep it up your becoming a legend.

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Quality reply LS.

So Derek Hatton has two fans then? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/whistling.gif" alt="" />

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Today you may earn a living wage
Tomorrow you may be on the dole
Though there's millions going hungry you needn't disengage
For it's them, not you, that's fallen in the hole

© Peggy Seeger.

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That's beautiful Steph, it nearly brought a tear to my eye.

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Funny, if not original, LS <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Galloway indeed! Self-serving buffoon that he is.

BTW have you tried Class War by numbers? More lovely pictures to colour in.

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Keep it up your becoming a legend.


Now we know the true Ponders Ender. You're no EFC fan. It is clear by that comment that you support either southend Manor, Burnham Ramblers or Great Wakering Rovers!!!!!

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Keep it up your becoming a legend.


Now we know the true Ponders Ender. You're no EFC fan. It is clear by that comment that you support either southend Manor, Burnham Ramblers or Great Wakering Rovers!!!!!
You have lost me mr happy . Explain more <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />




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