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    Similar to post number four I to get into a bit of bother when ordering my favourite beer which is Tooheys Old and commonly called black beer. Local pubs okay but when out and about have been pulled up for ordering a schooner of black. So the Rolling Stones are not being allowed to play Brown Sugar but it can be played at any time but not by the Stones. The world has certainly gone fecking crazy and so glad that I was born when I was as we had the world by the short and curlies and enjoyed every bloody minute of it but sad to see all those opportunities being taken away by idiots and I thought that this next generation was going to have more intestinal fortitude but seems that I did not get that right. Oh well once the local pubs open up will enjoy ordering me schooner of black and it Brown sugar is on the juke box will be playing that as well. The woke brigade can shove this pineapple right up that brown freckle.
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    The world has gone mad, an American company making moccasins for over 75 years has apologised to the indigenous Red Indians for appropriating their culture and has appointed a Red Indian to their Board to ensure that they do not upset them again. A pop singer has been accused of appropriating African culture because she went overboard on the fake tan plus wearing braids in her hair. However no one has complained about those of African ancestry walking around in blond wigs or dieing their hair blond

    Hasn't the world got enough problems without all this nonsense being added, what happened to imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Just to keep it marine related are we going to complain that India and one or two other countries have copied our Royal Navy White Ensign design for their indigenous navies

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    A town in Dorset has changed the name of a street because they received ONE complaint from a visitor who was offended, the Council agreed to change the name because it could be considered discriminatory, particularily in regard to age, disability, race, ethnicity, faith, belief, sexual orientation, gender and sex.

    The street was originally named by villagers (before it was a town) because it was lined by trees on both sides it became known as Darkie Lane, it has now been changed to Dark Lane, anyone who has lived in Dorset understands that the indigenous Dorsetarians put an 'ie' on the end of nearly every word, it's part of their accent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Vernon View Post
    Never know why any songs should be taken away because of Words! What the heck, they are only words and at most times mean very little!
    So much has been put on about these issues , i cannot understand it.
    Like in one of my Posts about the Beer etc, i mentioned Black and Tan Pints , and even that would be taken the wrong way i guess these days!

    Bleeding Heck!!!!!
    Doc do you know what the reference to a Black & Tan relates to in Ireland?

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    hi john sabourn #10
    good morning, your reference to the amazing duo bill and ben, shows me that you are a keen observer of the social impact the dynamic duo had on the tv viewers of the late 1970s and eighties, but i put it to you that until the introduction of weed which made them a trio, did they go on to succeed in show business,
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    Think they were a follow on from the mind of their inventor of the flower people. Remember them with their Mr. Spock sign of Victory , which if shown the other way round meant something totally different. “ Peace be with you Brother “. Churchill’s big mistake in his life of making his victory sign so famous. Cheers JS
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    Wake up most mornings to hear of some other WOKE stuff happening.

    It is now imperative that all actors play parts that suit them.

    So if there is to be an American Indian in the story it must be played by such a person.
    If none available then that part cannot be in the story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    So if the person is meant to be gay then that part must be played by gay person.
    Andy Pandy was banned from TV as there were concerns that three getting into the basket at the end of the show might corrupt young minds!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    So my chance of playing a rich guy with a massive head of hair is gone, no money left. LOL
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    Bring back the Grim Reaper I say, oops! Sorry it's back in a different form called Covid, what's next.
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    #14 I think I do but will refrain from mentioning it as I will probably be put in the sin bin.

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