I don't understand. Pray elucidate.
So, you are taking him to court, he is taking you to court? Bear in mind British justices 3 golden rules.1.One law for the rich another for the poor.2.Many laws yet little justice.3.The law, in its majesty, allows both rich & poor alike to starve.I wish you luck of it. Does this train stop at Tucumcari?
Explain please?What's going on?
Lord Voldemort V Guthrum
Wesley Groves, you have to change at Amarillo to get to Tucumcari.
Pulls emergency cord. "It stops at Tucumcari now". Col Doulgas Mortimer.
Not sure what you mean here Mr Groves. While British "justice" is indeed as malleable as the train timetable in the film , in no way does that louche lounge lizard Mandelson resemble Col Douglas Mortimer as portrayed by the late Lee Van Clief. The "For a Few Dollars More" bit sums up ZaNuLab nicely though
Perhaps Mandelson as El Indio?
Off topic - This reminds me of far too many people in our Government.On becoming Europe"When I talk to well-off Italians and Greeks who have substantial homes by the sea not available to most others, one of three realities leak out: one, they have family money...Or, two, people simply cheat on taxes all the time...Or, three, the technocrats who run these vast welfare states are not only well paid, but more importantly are able to garner cars, travel, and plush apartments as tax-free job related perks (cf. the current scandal in London). If being a “venture capitalist” is what wannabe Harvard kids in their 20s sought in the 1990s, being a bigwig Minister, with neo-classical office, state Mercedes, and official residence is the perennial European equivalent. This is a continent of Tom Daschles, who win by being exempt from the burden of government that they subject on others, and win again by having the contacts to sort out government contracts to crony-businesses.My point? The more Europe professes to be egalitarian, the more cynical and conniving the people have become—almost as if the human craving for one’s own property and to make one one’s destiny cannot be denied by the state, but by needs will be channeled into what the state mandates as anti-social for most, but quietly a perk for a few."
For anyone who is interested the good people at UK Column have started compiling a 'file' on Peter Mandelson. Scroll down the home page until you come to Mandelson's picture then click on the link. This is a work-in-progress so all contributions welcome.
Keep your pecker up, Guthrum. There are still a few decent judges - you know, the ones not related to Tony Blair, or in Mandelson's bummer club - who might give you a fair hearing.
The one who wins is the one with the biggest, most evil, devious, utterly bastrd lawyer. Guilt ot innocence is irrelevant. The deepest pockets and the most malevolent lawyer wins. Good luck!
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