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#1 Discogirl17

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Posted 15 June 2004 - 08:03 PM

Teachers, Parents, the SQA- they all have one thing in common when they do something wrong they launch a cover-up operation! So NAME AND SHAME whoever has given u a wild cover up story or a stupid excuse for what they have done!

Could it be....
Your sister
Your Brother
Your Cousin
Your Parents
Your Grandparents
Your Aunt and Uncle
Your Maths teacher
Your English teacher
Any teacher
The Quality Assurance Manager at the SQA or its Customer Relations Dept or its head of communications or the SQA in general
A company
A charity

Who has the lamest excuse?



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Posted 16 June 2004 - 10:24 AM

My vote's gotta go to Tony Bliar (a wee spelling mistake there). We invade Iraq to find 'weapons of mass destruction' which have somehow 'gone missing', even though they weren't there in the first place.

I think the world's gone mad - how could you kill someone with a pair of tweezers or a lighter?! On my flight home the other night the tour reps said that anyone who had disposable lighters should get rid of them because they would ignite in the air and blow us up - what he really meant to say was that you can get lovely My Travel (Scairtours) lighters onboard for a fiver, and that they don't want you bringing your own home.
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Posted 16 June 2004 - 04:26 PM

My former Computing teacher when I enquired as to why my practical work was being moderated:

"It's your own fault with your exam results"

I got 8 ones - does it really make a difference!?!?!

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Posted 17 June 2004 - 03:45 PM

it doesn't matter its all random except that they do take a selection of good ok and bad folios for example 2 from each grade band

As for the tony blair thing i can't understand peoples objections i mean the man was bad form his country and the world not to mention even his people. The WMD could be anywhere in the area or even detroyed before inspectors and the army invaded but were their after the last Gulf War hence Mr Blair may have correct in taking us to war. I definetly support him for one at least

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Posted 17 June 2004 - 06:34 PM

I agree with Dave.

I done a talk about this for my S4 english (got a 1):

The Iraq situation is like cancer. Leave it, and it will spread and get worse over time, however treat it in its early stages, and it may be managable.

'Weapons of Mass Destruction' or not, Iraq was a threat, and always has been and it was about time it was dealt with.

Also, I think Tony Blair has been one of the best prime ministers we've had in recent years. He has done a lot for this country. One metionable thing, I think he raised old age pensions by £5. Yeah, you might say £5 isn't alot, but it is a lot when you have around 20-25 million of them in the UK...

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Posted 17 June 2004 - 08:46 PM

QUOTE (fearfactor47 @ Jun 17 2004, 07:34 PM)
I agree with Dave.

I done a talk about this for my S4 english (got a 1):

The Iraq situation is like cancer.  Leave it, and it will spread and get worse over time, however treat it in its early stages, and it may be managable.

'Weapons of Mass Destruction' or not, Iraq was a threat, and always has been and it was about time it was dealt with.

Also, I think Tony Blair has been one of the best prime ministers we've had in recent years.  He has done a lot for this country.  One metionable thing, I think he raised old age pensions by £5.  Yeah, you might say £5 isn't alot, but it is a lot when you have around 20-25 million of them in the UK...

I couldn't agree more, Tony Blair has definately been good for this country

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Posted 17 June 2004 - 09:28 PM

exactly biggrin.gif

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Posted 17 June 2004 - 09:50 PM

President Blair... the step down from maggie thatcher.
It's true!

God let's hope gordy brown doesn't become the next prime minister. He's much too socialist. Well... he supports higher tax, but yet likes to encourage private business. Odd person.

Maggie Thatcher saved this country. She may have made millions unemployed. But everything, and I mean EVERYTHING which we have just now (low unemployment, low inflation, low rate of interest, lower taxation) is all because of her economic policies. She had balls.

Respect.
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Posted 17 June 2004 - 09:52 PM

Besides...
Tony ain't a dumbarse.

We got something out of going to war with Iraq. America compensated us. I'd love to know what it was... But we definitely got something out of it.
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