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  1. [quote user="NickP"]After the stupidity of one member of this forum I tried to keep out of this discussion, so thanks Betty for a bit of common. But as I asked the original question I feel I should offer my suggestion; and to be quite honest I'm a bit stumped, however I think that Garden Girl has it right and I would back Claire Lomas for all the reasons stated by GG. As for poor old Ano, looks like a couple of weeks purgatory for you mate, as it will be very difficult to get away from it. [:D][/quote] I can remember the Olympic Games in London in 1948, my hero of the games was Emil Zatopek who won the 10,000 metres. Frankly without using google I haven't the faintest idea who Claire Lomas is or what sport she participates in; so I must accept your opinion. Not that the choice bothers me very much.
  2. An excellent site with good quality two week forecasts. The Spanish National TV has always used professional government meteorologists for the presentation of their forecasts. Some 5 years ago a very popular weather presenter was forced to take early retirement. He immediately started a weather web site covering Spain. During the Xinthia Tempest on the cantabrian map  http://www.eltiempo.es/cantabrico/olas.html it was possible to follow the sea conditions as the tempest moved along the Cantabrian coast and into the Bay of Biscay; the flooding of La Faute sur Mer was fairly obvious going to happen on his maps, some 6-7 hours before the tragedy. An extension to france took place fairly quickly but currently forecasts are available also for Sweden, Greece, United Kingdom and the Indian sub continent. http://www.forecast.co.uk/ http://www.eltiempo.es/ http://www.okairos.gr/ http://www.klart.se/ http://www.storm.in/
  3. The internecine duel  Dati V Fillon could be interesting. If Dati gets through to the second round, then she will win, I hope for some tactical voting by the centre -left. And hey ho! The Petainist Smooothie will have to retreat with his tail between his knees to the Sarthe.[:D] http://www.lemonde.fr/election-presidentielle-2012/breve/2012/05/11/dati-si-je-me-presente-contre-fillon-il-y-a-un-risque-qu-il-soit-battu_1699845_1471069.html
  4. [quote user="idun"] [:'(][:'(][:'(]   No option? Hit ler wanted it and apart from this island got it, the Cesars had it. and do you know what, 'we' the people did not and this 'person' does not. [/quote] Nor did I ! But by choice I live in france where the chances of sabotaging the "disunion" are greater.
  5. [quote user="Chancer"]Arent they galet's?[/quote] Gerbil/palet.[:)] http://www.koreus.com/video/gerbille-palet-breton.html
  6. [quote user="idun"] Guéant, Sarkozy and Pasqua, all frightening Ministres de l'Interieur as far as I am concerned.   [/quote] But all useless making decisions bereft of common sense. For example to stop PPP "keying" 75s; they changed the number plates to disguise the "parigots". Now PPP can coast around with impunity with plates copied from a tractor in guadeloupe. 
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  8. [quote user="pachapapa"][quote user="just john "][quote user="woolybanana"] because he didnt know where he was going, didnt know where he was when he got there and did it with someone else's money!! [/quote] [:D] the fantasists have had their day, parrallels with blair are frightening; what odds Hollande isn't remembered for the same as the last socialist goverment in UK  -  letting a nightmare in by the back door and leaving a note to say there isn't any money . . . [/quote] This morning to put the cherry on the cake I am listening to the phone-in on RMC. The airways seem to be populated by irate "en colère" UMPiste ladies baring their ideological souls, all for me quite hilarious. I luv it. It would seem that UMPistes are having difficulty reconciling the majority vote for a man with NO MINISTERIAL experience, NO ****, NO*****, etc , etc. Whilst the "little man" with his bulging portfolio of talents, experience and debating skills on the international stage has been rejected out of hand. Despite the dire warnings as to the foreseeable consequences. Let me put it another way if they had replaced the little man with a "triumvirate" of the two pandas from Beauval and the office cat from Matignon the UMPistes would have won.[:D] Nice result from Dordogne, looks like in the legies there will be a clean sweep in Dordogne & Vienne.!! [/quote] A CSA poll released to day analyses with a fairly large sample the rationale behind many Hollande voters; confirming that MANY voted principally to get rid of the midget rather than a confirmed adhesion to François's policies. Of course the implicit question is presumably the UMP rump were aware of this; certainly PPP & MLP were![:D]  http://www.20minutes.fr/presidentielle/930003-presidentielle-francais-vote-contre-sarkozy-plus-hollande
  9. The Dictator felicitates. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xqn2qz_the-dictator-felicitations-a-francois-hollande-du-general-aladeen_shortfilms
  10. [quote user="just john "][quote user="woolybanana"] because he didnt know where he was going, didnt know where he was when he got there and did it with someone else's money!! [/quote] [:D] the fantasists have had their day, parrallels with blair are frightening; what odds Hollande isn't remembered for the same as the last socialist goverment in UK  -  letting a nightmare in by the back door and leaving a note to say there isn't any money . . . [/quote] This morning to put the cherry on the cake I am listening to the phone-in on RMC. The airways seem to be populated by irate "en colère" UMPiste ladies baring their ideological souls, all for me quite hilarious. I luv it. It would seem that UMPistes are having difficulty reconciling the majority vote for a man with NO MINISTERIAL experience, NO ****, NO*****, etc , etc. Whilst the "little man" with his bulging portfolio of talents, experience and debating skills on the international stage has been rejected out of hand. Despite the dire warnings as to the foreseeable consequences. Let me put it another way if they had replaced the little man with a "triumvirate" of the two pandas from Beauval and the office cat from Matignon the UMPistes would have won.[:D] Nice result from Dordogne, looks like in the legies there will be a clean sweep in Dordogne & Vienne.!!
  11. An opinion poll dated 6th may gives a clear advantage to the left wing with 45% of the vote. Sarko's UMP gets 30%. And the front national 15%. http://www.20minutes.fr/presidentielle/929677-gauche-gagnerait-legislatives-45-voix-si-elles-lieu-dimanche-prochain
  12. Oh Dear the ginger bitchez is now on France 2 Sorry forgot the link. http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/vote-blanc-un-score-historique-06-05-2012-1458759_24.php
  13. Hey  C on TF1 right to the end NKM was arguing and interrupting; particularly with MLP; now MLP just said she would "vote blanc" with no consigne of her 6 million votes in the 1st round. Just coincidence that there were some TWO MILLION blank votes a mere SEVEN PER CENT of the vote. Perhaps MLP was gunning for Sarko!
  14. Smile from a wag in Dijon. https://twitter.com/#!/jeanbamin/status/199169771923714049
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