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When was Britain not 'broken'?

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Apparently 'Britain is broken', but when was it not? Read More
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Apparently 'Britain is broken', but when was it not?
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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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Possibly the Pangaea period.

/thread.
#2
b4 the government
banned#3
t0mm
Possibly the Pangaea period.

/thread.


:-D

Angelstar
b4 the government


Which one?
#4
t0mm
Possibly the Pangaea period.

/thread.


Clever :thumbsup:
#5
Probably when it didn't have a whole generation dependant and reliant on benefits...
#6
Flodd
Probably when it didn't have a whole generation dependant and reliant on benefits...


now were getting somewere.:thumbsup:
#7
Flodd
Probably when it didn't have a whole generation dependant and reliant on benefits...


:thumbsup:
#8
Flodd;6438599
Probably when it didn't have a whole generation dependant and reliant on benefits...


You mean before pensions were introduced? Or before free schooling and healthcare?
#9
FilthAndFurry
:-D



Which one?


all of them lol
#10
jah128
You mean before pensions were introduced? Or before free schooling and healthcare?


yes hahaha, trying to play ignorant when the implication of the word benefit in his statement is easily understood in this day and age, unless of course you have just been born?
#11
jah128
You mean before pensions were introduced? Or before free schooling and healthcare?


Clever... not.

Privatise the lot of for all I care... both my parents worked every day up until retirement and it didn't benefit them in any way...

Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free... The amount of NI I pay, Id bupa with the nurses from Benny Hill mopping my brow...
#12
I think I might have dropped it.................sorry...................:oops:
#13
Flodd
Clever... not.

Privatise the lot of for all I care... both my parents worked every day up until retirement and it didn't benefit them in any way...

Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free... The amount of NI I pay, Id bupa with the nurses from Benny Hill mopping my brow...


+1

Sometimes i think to myself it would be better for me not to work! I'd get everything for free expenses would be next to nothing! With all the benefits available its a very tempting decisions!

What annoys me most is the fact the working class people seem to be hit the worse! Tax's are always on the increase to help fund/accomodate the lazy t***s who'd rather go and sign on one a fortnight!
banned#14
Flodd
Clever... not.

Privatise the lot of for all I care... both my parents worked every day up until retirement and it didn't benefit them in any way...

Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free... The amount of NI I pay, Id bupa with the nurses from Benny Hill mopping my brow...


I blame the government for not letting people know that it provided free healthcare and education. I'm sorry that you weren't able to use these and we can only thank the magical fairies who installed phone lines without any help from the government so that you could alert us to this.
#15
[QUOTE=Flodd]
Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free[QUOTE]

+1

Even if you need medication to actually carry on living you get no help.

The amount I've paid out in Asthma inhalers over the years must have fed and clothed at least 1 long-term unemployed scumbag
#16
FilthAndFurry
the magical fairies who installed phone lines without any help from the government so that you could alert us to this.


BT charge everyone including the goverment, you like the sound of £1000 for an IP address range, thats what they charge the NHS..........................................:roll:

magical isnt it where your NI goes........?
banned#17
Flodd
Probably when it didn't have a whole generation dependant and reliant on benefits...


Which generation is that exactly? I'm in my mid-20s and I work so it can't be this generation.

Are you perhaps thinking of the now defunct punk band Generation X - except I know Billy Idol is still gigging so not claiming.

Star Trek The Next Generation - except Patrick Stewart is on stage in Beckett at the moment....

I'm at a loss to which generation you are referring.:thinking:
banned#18
[QUOTE=teambintip;6438779][QUOTE=Flodd]
Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free


+1

Even if you need medication to actually carry on living you get no help.

The amount I've paid out in Asthma inhalers over the years must have fed and clothed at least 1 long-term unemployed scumbag


Exactly - every morning I go for a walk, the streets are lined with dead people.

I long for the good old days when nobody died from anything.

Darn labour - legislating against immortality.
#19
FilthAndFurry
Which generation is that exactly? I'm in my mid-20s and I work so it can't be this generation.

Are you perhaps thinking of the now defunct punk band Generation X - except I know Billy Idol is still gigging so not claiming.

Star Trek The Next Generation - except Patrick Stewart is on stage in Beckett at the moment....

I'm at a loss to which generation you are referring.:thinking:


petty and you will continue to be so predictably
banned#20
Alfonse
petty and you will continue to be so predictably


Petty, possibly.

But predictable, I think not. Unless someone thought I was going to invoke the images of both Captain Picard and the Rebel Yeller himself, in which case gold star - go to the head of the class.
#21
Alfonse;6438634
yes hahaha, trying to play ignorant when the implication of the word benefit in his statement is easily understood in this day and age, unless of course you have just been born?


Perhaps you need to be more specific about exactly which benefits a whole generation are benefitting from then?

Flodd;6438670
Clever... not.

Privatise the lot of for all I care... both my parents worked every day up until retirement and it didn't benefit them in any way...

Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free... The amount of NI I pay, Id bupa with the nurses from Benny Hill mopping my brow...


Presumably because you can afford it (either that or you're too proud/ignorant to work out there are somethings you don't need to pay for). You seem very jealous of how 'the other half' live - maybe you should try it...
banned#22
not really the apropriate title for the discussion, but i suppose anything else would have been spammed under already done
#23
3 options

put up with it

try and fix it

move out of it.

simples

oh sorry I forgot the 4th one, do nothing but carry on complaining about it.
#24
jah128
Perhaps you need to be more specific about exactly which benefits a whole generation are benefitting from then?


i really don't know, what benefits?!?

why do we have adverts about benefit cheats?!?! confusing since they are not specific....:roll:
#25
FilthAndFurry;6438796
[QUOTE=teambintip;6438779][QUOTE=Flodd]
Don't see why I should pay £8 for a prescription and dental care when some workshy dole dosser gets it for free

Exactly - every morning I go for a walk, the streets are lined with dead people.

I long for the good old days when nobody died from anything.

Darn labour - legislating against immortality.


You've missed the point. I dislike the fact that my healthcare contributions fall short of offering me complete healthcare.
banned#26
sassie
not really the apropriate title for the discussion, but i suppose anything else would have been spammed under already done


Oh Sassie, I know you keep throwing around such witty repartee in the hopes of sparking some Hepburn/Tracy chemistry between the two of us....

but I'm afraid I have to dash such hopes. You have three kids and it's not something I'm prepared to take on at this stage in my life.

But don't give up kiddo:thumbsup:
#27
teambintip


You've missed the point. I dislike the fact that my healthcare contributions fall short of offering me complete healthcare.


he always does on purpose and wonders why he gets labelled a troll, I;m sure he'll come back with a suitably lamentable 'witty' retort
banned#28
teambintip

You've missed the point. I dislike the fact that my healthcare contributions fall short of offering me complete healthcare.


Well unfortunately there are people in this country with conditions a bit more serious than your's and resources are limited.

You can shout about it until you're blue in the face (which considering your medical condition might not be either advisable or long-lasting) but that's just the way it is.

EDIT - darn it.
#29
FilthAndFurry
Well unfortunately there are people in this country with conditions a bit more serious than your's and resources are limited.



Herion addicts for example? They deserve free resources whereas I do not?
#30
FilthAndFurry
Which generation is that exactly? I'm in my mid-20s and I work so it can't be this generation.

Are you perhaps thinking of the now defunct punk band Generation X - except I know Billy Idol is still gigging so not claiming.

Star Trek The Next Generation - except Patrick Stewart is on stage in Beckett at the moment....

I'm at a loss to which generation you are referring.:thinking:


Easier to rule if people are divided. Not advocating any upheaval, just stating whats obvious IMO
#31
FilthAndFurry
Well unfortunately there are people in this country with conditions a bit more serious than your's and resources are limited.

You can shout about it until you're blue in the face (which considering your medical condition might not be either advisable or long-lasting) but that's just the way it is.

EDIT - darn it.


then why contribute to an NHS system not to get the same as everyone else since this is a Socialist health care system, if i didn't pay NI then I could have complete private health care.............:roll:
#32
greg_68
3 options

put up with it

try and fix it

move out of it.

simples

oh sorry I forgot the 4th one, do nothing but carry on complaining about it.


+1
banned#33
teambintip
Herion addicts for example? They deserve free resources whereas I do not?


Yes. In this country the only two conditions people suffer from are asthma and heroin addiction.

Or maybe heroin addiction has a larger social impact on other people than your's does and 'curing' it cuts police costs, insurance costs and allows the reformed act to become a working taxpayer...

and they can then moan about 'broken Britain'.
banned#34
Alfonse
then why contribute to an NHS system not to get the same as everyone else since this is a Socialist health care system, if i didn't pay NI then I could have complete private health care.............:roll:


Well you do get the same as everyone else - if you were a heroin addict, you'd get exactly the same treatment.
#35
teambintip
Herion addicts for example? They deserve free resources whereas I do not?



FilthAndFurry
Yes. In this country the only two conditions people suffer from are asthma and heroin addiction.

Or maybe heroin addiction has a larger social impact on other people than your's does and 'curing' it cuts police costs, insurance costs and allows the reformed act to become a working taxpayer...

and they can then moan about 'broken Britain'.


At least quote me if you're going to misquote what I've said, saves me a job
#36
Alfonse
then why contribute to an NHS system not to get the same as everyone else since this is a Socialist health care system, if i didn't pay NI then I could have complete private health care.............:roll:


I think you would need to be very very rich to get complete private healthcare. Those who have private healthcare and then have to claim against it may find it DOES NOT provide the cover they expected or that it is time limited. Bad luck for those who dont have a quick fix condition. But hey ho thats the way it goes
#37
FilthAndFurry
Well you do get the same as everyone else - if you were a heroin addict, you'd get exactly the same treatment.


fail

*cough

postcode lottery
#38
Sorry - I was working, I couldn;t reply... it's a new concept and it won't catch on...

FilthAndFurry
I blame the government for not letting people know that it provided free healthcare and education. I'm sorry that you weren't able to use these and we can only thank the magical fairies who installed phone lines without any help from the government so that you could alert us to this.


Free education is one thing, there's no such thing as free healthcare, you & I just subsidise though that can't or won't pay...

Given the standard of education in state schools I'd rather home school my kids or pay to send them private.

FilthAndFurry
Which generation is that exactly? I'm in my mid-20s and I work so it can't be this generation.

I'm at a loss to which generation you are referring.:thinking:


You're a rarity - well done. :thumbsup: Can some one wiki some unemployment/incapicity/sickness/cantbears*d figures for me please... dependant on age.

jah128
Perhaps you need to be more specific about exactly which benefits a whole generation are benefitting from then?

Presumably because you can afford it (either that or you're too proud/ignorant to work out there are somethings you don't need to pay for). You seem very jealous of how 'the other half' live - maybe you should try it...


You seem very knoweldgeable about what I can and can't scrounge from the system - you tell me which 'freebies' I should be on the lookout for?

Maybe I should jack things in and give up? Maybe I want more out of life and have higher expectations than waiting for the postman to show up on on Tuesday with my £40's worth of drinking vouchers...
#39
WoolyM
I think you would need to be very very rich to get complete private healthcare. Those who have private healthcare and then have to claim against it may find it DOES NOT provide the cover they expected or that it is time limited. Bad luck for those who dont have a quick fix condition. But hey ho thats the way it goes


i would be richer if I didn't have to pay NI and could choose where to get medical care, however I don't want to, but I see how the NHS is sucked dry by commercial companies everyday because of the very poor management rules from the PM and his party
#40
teambintip;6438986
At least quote me if you're going to misquote what I've said, saves me a job


Seriously - how bad is your asthma? If its really so bad that you spend several thousand pounds a year on it, you should probably consider applying for assistance with the costs (or consider it may be COPD?). Or you could stop exaggerating and accept that you are financially better off than an awful lot of people in this country and can afford the £7.20 presciption cost....

Flodd;6439089
You seem very knoweldgeable about what I can and can't scrounge from the system - you tell me which 'freebies' I should be on the lookout for?
Maybe I should jack things in and give up? Maybe I want more out of life and have higher expectations than waiting for the postman to show up on on Tuesday with my £40's worth of drinking vouchers...


I wouldn't say I was very knowledgable, its more a case of you being very ignorant of the 'system'...

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