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This is a question Heroes and villains of 2011

Who were your heroes or villains of the last year, and why? Who inspired you? Who had you kicking the cat across the room? They don't have to be well known, you might even want to laud the achievements of your binman. (Note that "Nick Clegg nuff said" answers puts you straight onto our naughty list)

(, Thu 29 Dec 2011, 15:05)
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So many choices
I'll limit myself to just a few heroes.

1. Japan. I work with many Japanese guys and the way that they and their countrymen dealt with the earthquake and tsunami is a lesson for us all.
2. My new GF. My divorce finalised recently and it's only because I have a girlfriend who isn't a self centered bitch with entitlement issues that I haven't written off all women as a waste of space.
3. The British Army. Never have so few been so overworked and so badly supported by even fewer. Just what drives them to risk their lives at the behest of a bunch of useless politicians?

Now the zeroes.
1. The Daily Mail and all who write for it. To think that some of these people might actually have journalism degrees and yet choose to waste them by reprinting old crap that they stole from the internet/Youtube is just depressing.
2. The French. Just because.
3. Divorce lawyers. Every single one of them is a greedy, useless, lying cunt.
(, Fri 30 Dec 2011, 22:22, 3 replies)
I can see why your ex wife is repulsed by you
Lol she was stupid enough to marry you to have to find out though
(, Fri 30 Dec 2011, 22:38, closed)

You know me so well. Do you always judge people based on such a narrow snapshot of their lives? Maybe if you knew me as well as you think you do, then perhaps you would have something of value to say. Or are you, in fact, my ex-wife? You are certainly arrogant enough.
(, Sat 31 Dec 2011, 17:04, closed)
I agree 100% with all you say...
...except for Japan. As a nation (not as individuals), Japan still needs to go a long way concerning PoW treatment 65 years ago.

Forget it? While I can still remember the long term effects it had on some members of my and a few friends' families, for me to forget would be an insult to them.
(, Fri 30 Dec 2011, 23:46, closed)

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