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Which Tyler

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  • Birthday 02/19/1976

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  • AKA: Aidan
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    UK - West Country
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    My name's an homage to the grammatically incorrect Wat Tyler, who led the Peasant's Revolt a mere 640-odd years ago. The avatar is the Monty Python crew having a bit of a moan about Pedants like myself. My pedantry is keen, but unskilled I'm afraid.
    My principal hobby is rugby, from which I retired (hurt) just over a decade ago; though I still follow the game, and support both the grass roots level, and Bath in the English top flight. I seem to be a much better supporter than I ever was as a player. I'm a fan of historical fiction and comedy, with Terry Pratchett and Bernard Cornwell as my favourite authors.

    Beyond that.... I'm a chiropractor, and I work alongside Ali (massage therapist) as just the 2 of us in a small town that seems to spend half it's time under water since we moved here. We have 2 cats, 1 dog and 0 offspring are confirmed generation X-ers; and one of those lame-arse couples who got engaged a decade ago, but still haven't gotten around to actually getting married. My humour is generally inappropriate, but I enjoy bickering as well; so all's well that ends well.

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  1. So, following the predictable millionaires' budget; our rating for civil liberties has officially dropped a level as well (unrelated to the budget, but very much related to the government) https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/mar/16/hostile-authoritarian-uk-downgraded-in-civic-freedoms-index
  2. There's always some hypocrisy (I'd forgotten this one): https://www.politico.eu/article/boris-johnson-compares-eu-to-nazi-superstate-brexit-ukip/
  3. I wonder if the BBC will try to find someone to say, for the sake of balance, that England actually beat France in the rugby yesterday - anything else just wouldn't be true both-side-ism. I'd always assumed the statue was a bronze, but apparently, it's pure irony.
  4. No wonder Sunak wants maths taught at school for longer, if he was party to these discussions. Not to mention that he's trying to fight his actual science advisors with a misquote from the financial times. ETA: and well done Dom Cummings for putting on his idiot-explaining pants, to actually explain things in (hopefully) Boris-friendly bites.
  5. Laughable that Kemi thinks she's center-right, that was Cameron's coalition government were mile from that now. Can't disagree with that. Calories per £, McD's has got to be at, or close to, the cheapest option - and that was before the currently costs of turning an oven on.
  6. Comes with another reminder of "don't read the comments section!"
  7. Palpable untrue; unless you think that handing the tories a massive majority was "favourable" for Labour and Lib Dem in 2019 - the most recent GE herabouts.
  8. We thought that last time. And the time before that.
  9. Oh Oh goodie - another vote of no confidence is on the horizon. What's the record for most PMs without a GE? This lot must have smashed it!
  10. From what I've heard, it seems the level of MLR is approximately the same as the English Championhsip. It has a lot more room for growth though; and is already an attractive enough proposition for the off retiring star from elsewhere who don't want to learn Japanese.
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