John Denham retains Southampton Itchen from Tory challenger Royston Smith

Daily Echo: John Denham happy about keeping his seat. John Denham happy about keeping his seat.

Labour'S John Denham held onto his Southampton Itchen seat by just 192 votes in the face of a surge in support for the Conservatives.

The Cabinet minister won a fifth term in the seat he has held since 1992 after a recount delayed the declaration until 5am.

His rival, Tory Royston Smith, slashed his majority achieving a whopping 10.3 per cent swing.

Mr Denham admitted the result was "a little close for comfort" but said he had been expecting a very tight race and thought he was slightly ahead throughout the count.

He said he was proud of what the Labour Government had delivered for the city but also "saw the things that remained to be done".

Mr Smith, the deputy leader of the city council, launched a bitter attack on Mr Denham, accusing him of negative campaigning over alleged Tory cuts to SureStart centres and tax credits. He insisted: "Had they played with a straight bat we would have won."

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6:27am Fri 7 May 10

Condor Man says...

I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen. Condor Man

6:36am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

Condor Man wrote:
I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
[quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith southy

6:39am Fri 7 May 10

Condor Man says...

southy wrote:
Condor Man wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
Smith lives in Bitterne, Denham lives in Highfield, the Lib Dum candidate lives miles away and the Green guy was also from Test.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith[/p][/quote]Smith lives in Bitterne, Denham lives in Highfield, the Lib Dum candidate lives miles away and the Green guy was also from Test. Condor Man

7:01am Fri 7 May 10

Osterley says...

Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton. Denham has forgotten what he was elected for and off he goes for another holiday at Westminster! Just 193 more votes would have seen the change this City deserved at the highest level. Denham - you are on borrowed time - this glorious City is watching your every move.
Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton. Denham has forgotten what he was elected for and off he goes for another holiday at Westminster! Just 193 more votes would have seen the change this City deserved at the highest level. Denham - you are on borrowed time - this glorious City is watching your every move. Osterley

7:08am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote! clausentum

7:26am Fri 7 May 10

warness says...

clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
Are your teeth in today?
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]Are your teeth in today? warness

7:31am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

warness wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
Are your teeth in today?
Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.
[quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]Are your teeth in today?[/p][/quote]Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school. clausentum

7:35am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time southy

7:39am Fri 7 May 10

warness says...

clausentum wrote:
warness wrote:
clausentum wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
Are your teeth in today?
Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.
I do not go to school.
I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives.
Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day.
I have all my own teeth.
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]Are your teeth in today?[/p][/quote]Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.[/p][/quote]I do not go to school. I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives. Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day. I have all my own teeth. warness

7:41am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals.

Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/
flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals. Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/ flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values? clausentum

7:46am Fri 7 May 10

Adrian Smith says...

southy wrote:
Condor Man wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith[/p][/quote]Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries. Adrian Smith

7:49am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

warness wrote:
clausentum wrote:
warness wrote:
clausentum wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
Are your teeth in today?
Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.
I do not go to school.
I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives.
Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day.
I have all my own teeth.
I am a University Don so socially outrank and outsmart you and own a massive amount of shares in Exxon whose profits don't stay here but prop up the USA failing economy and I know your mum. She is very disappointed with your breakfast habits and appalled with your lousy school attendance record. She also cannot understand why you never use a handkerchief but insist on wiping your snotty nose on your sleeve.
[quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]Are your teeth in today?[/p][/quote]Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.[/p][/quote]I do not go to school. I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives. Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day. I have all my own teeth.[/p][/quote]I am a University Don so socially outrank and outsmart you and own a massive amount of shares in Exxon whose profits don't stay here but prop up the USA failing economy and I know your mum. She is very disappointed with your breakfast habits and appalled with your lousy school attendance record. She also cannot understand why you never use a handkerchief but insist on wiping your snotty nose on your sleeve. clausentum

7:50am Fri 7 May 10

Iw61 says...

Must be really galling for Smith. It must of hurt so much as he was so desperate to win.
Denham has been warned. He has to perform better. I partially agree with CondorMan. (thats rare!!)
Itchen is not a natural Tory seat. It has plenty of people angy with Labour but not in the way CondorMan thinks.
Big Liberal vote I note
Must be really galling for Smith. It must of hurt so much as he was so desperate to win. Denham has been warned. He has to perform better. I partially agree with CondorMan. (thats rare!!) Itchen is not a natural Tory seat. It has plenty of people angy with Labour but not in the way CondorMan thinks. Big Liberal vote I note Iw61

7:50am Fri 7 May 10

Cyber-Fug says...

southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Nothing to do with the name Southy........ 99.6% of the people do not believe in what they stand for.

Right..... back to my sun-bed in a country that is in one hell of a mess and it's being run by...... the Socialist Party !!
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the name Southy........ 99.6% of the people do not believe in what they stand for. Right..... back to my sun-bed in a country that is in one hell of a mess and it's being run by...... the Socialist Party !! Cyber-Fug

7:59am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals.

Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/

flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?
you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals. Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/ flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?[/p][/quote]you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice southy

8:00am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

Adrian Smith wrote:
southy wrote:
Condor Man wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.
Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water?
[quote][p][bold]Adrian Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith[/p][/quote]Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.[/p][/quote]Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water? clausentum

8:06am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

Cyber-Fug wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Nothing to do with the name Southy........ 99.6% of the people do not believe in what they stand for.

Right..... back to my sun-bed in a country that is in one hell of a mess and it's being run by...... the Socialist Party !!
its a new party and like i said it takes time to build up, and before the next elections most of the unions will backing this new party. the turn around has started this be your last time you see the tory-con party in power. if you take a real close look at who really gain on more votes for there party, it was the liberals.
[quote][p][bold]Cyber-Fug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Nothing to do with the name Southy........ 99.6% of the people do not believe in what they stand for. Right..... back to my sun-bed in a country that is in one hell of a mess and it's being run by...... the Socialist Party !![/p][/quote]its a new party and like i said it takes time to build up, and before the next elections most of the unions will backing this new party. the turn around has started this be your last time you see the tory-con party in power. if you take a real close look at who really gain on more votes for there party, it was the liberals. southy

8:08am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals.

Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/


flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?
you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice
Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals. Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/ flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?[/p][/quote]you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice[/p][/quote]Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing. clausentum

8:14am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

clausentum wrote:
Adrian Smith wrote:
southy wrote:
Condor Man wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.
Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water?
use your head, being able to say to people yes i have a very long linage here in southampton go's a long way with the older familys of the city. it even go's even more if your family came from back of the walls.

clausentum thats my trick walking on water
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith[/p][/quote]Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.[/p][/quote]Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water?[/p][/quote]use your head, being able to say to people yes i have a very long linage here in southampton go's a long way with the older familys of the city. it even go's even more if your family came from back of the walls. clausentum thats my trick walking on water southy

8:22am Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals.

Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/



flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?
you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice
Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing.
no leave all that garbage to you, that 0.38% was a bad result i know, and its not a red herring i do live here in the test side, theres and easy clue for you to spot it says redbridge. so unless redbridge has moved from the banks of the test to the banks of the itchen so yes i am on the test side
[quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals. Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/ flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?[/p][/quote]you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice[/p][/quote]Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing.[/p][/quote]no leave all that garbage to you, that 0.38% was a bad result i know, and its not a red herring i do live here in the test side, theres and easy clue for you to spot it says redbridge. so unless redbridge has moved from the banks of the test to the banks of the itchen so yes i am on the test side southy

8:28am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
Adrian Smith wrote:
southy wrote:
Condor Man wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.
dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith
Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.
Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water?
use your head, being able to say to people yes i have a very long linage here in southampton go's a long way with the older familys of the city. it even go's even more if your family came from back of the walls.

clausentum thats my trick walking on water
" . . . thats my trick walking on water"

Really??

Thought your party trick was to be a ventriloquist's dummy for the local socialist/communist/
revolutionary workers party, while blowing smoke up your own ar@e.

0.38%

Nuff said.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Adrian Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Condor Man[/bold] wrote: I hope we have another election in the coming year as this lazy MP is rapidly losing touch. Note that Royston was the only candidate actually living in Itchen.[/p][/quote]dont he live in harefield, tim cutter i know he lives in itchen, the only true local man can trace back to his granparents that i know off to southampton. you can not with smith[/p][/quote]Trace his grandparents back to Southampton - christ on a bike you don't stop do you. It doesn't matter where his grandparents lived - as long as he lives in the constituency. Using your logic I can probably trace my line back to Africa 60,000 years ago - making me the obvious president of all sorts of African Countries.[/p][/quote]Didn't know JC rode a bike. Thought he preferred walking on water?[/p][/quote]use your head, being able to say to people yes i have a very long linage here in southampton go's a long way with the older familys of the city. it even go's even more if your family came from back of the walls. clausentum thats my trick walking on water[/p][/quote]" . . . thats my trick walking on water" Really?? Thought your party trick was to be a ventriloquist's dummy for the local socialist/communist/ revolutionary workers party, while blowing smoke up your own ar@e. 0.38% Nuff said. clausentum

8:30am Fri 7 May 10

clausentum says...

southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
southy wrote:
clausentum wrote:
I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time
Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals.

Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/




flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?
you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice
Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing.
no leave all that garbage to you, that 0.38% was a bad result i know, and its not a red herring i do live here in the test side, theres and easy clue for you to spot it says redbridge. so unless redbridge has moved from the banks of the test to the banks of the itchen so yes i am on the test side
It's surprising you have the ability to recognise your own name.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]yes well like i said in the pass, it was shooting there own foot at the euro elections they should of gone with a name that could be used again. i did note that the liberals count is a very much higher than last time[/p][/quote]Sounds like you have disowned your man in preference to jumping into bed with the wishy-washy Liberals. Whatever happened to loyalty and integrity in political life?? I guess a grey socialist/communist/ flat-earth-society nut doesn't need to bother with having those sort of values?[/p][/quote]you dont have a clue do you, or got a very short memory, tim cutter i was backing in the itchen, but i dont live in the itchen you under stand that part ok, now the hard part for you, i live on the test side, where there is no centre or centre-left or left standing on this side, so on the test side i was supporting the libs who are the nearest party to the centre, now that was't to hard for you to under stand, but please let me know if it went over your head most things do i notice[/p][/quote]Tommyrot, Mr Rumpelstiltskin. Citing the Itchen and Test boundaries is an outrageous red herring. Own up. You are walking backwards to Christmas in distancing yourself from your man's paltry 0.38% and it's significance to your failed political posturing.[/p][/quote]no leave all that garbage to you, that 0.38% was a bad result i know, and its not a red herring i do live here in the test side, theres and easy clue for you to spot it says redbridge. so unless redbridge has moved from the banks of the test to the banks of the itchen so yes i am on the test side[/p][/quote]It's surprising you have the ability to recognise your own name. clausentum

8:39am Fri 7 May 10

10 Minute Man says...

Dear John,
Most of us didn't vote for you.
love,
The Southampton Itchen Electorate
Dear John, Most of us didn't vote for you. love, The Southampton Itchen Electorate 10 Minute Man

8:53am Fri 7 May 10

Ohreally!! says...

Now now boys, play nice!!!! Can we please stop all this bickering, much as it amuses me its not really the point. The last post from 10 Min Man is the most sensible one iv read in days!
Now now boys, play nice!!!! Can we please stop all this bickering, much as it amuses me its not really the point. The last post from 10 Min Man is the most sensible one iv read in days! Ohreally!!

9:49am Fri 7 May 10

Iw61 says...

Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!!
Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!!

Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.
Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!! Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!! Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless. Iw61

10:23am Fri 7 May 10

Bassettbadger says...

Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston!
Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston! Bassettbadger

10:36am Fri 7 May 10

espanuel says...

To all. It looks like a lot of voters in Southampton never had the courage of there convictions,ie Demham for one and Whitehead for another. Good luck for Soton in the future.
To all. It looks like a lot of voters in Southampton never had the courage of there convictions,ie Demham for one and Whitehead for another. Good luck for Soton in the future. espanuel

11:24am Fri 7 May 10

Lone Ranger says...

Bassettbadger wrote:
Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston!
I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d
ont you !!!!
[quote][p][bold]Bassettbadger[/bold] wrote: Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston![/p][/quote]I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d ont you !!!! Lone Ranger

11:30am Fri 7 May 10

loadcee says...

This is exactly whats wrong with the voting system when people like John Denham get voted in time after time and lets face do nothing for the local area. He is always in London licking Gordon Browns nether regions. What a waste of space he is im gutted he got in again.
This is exactly whats wrong with the voting system when people like John Denham get voted in time after time and lets face do nothing for the local area. He is always in London licking Gordon Browns nether regions. What a waste of space he is im gutted he got in again. loadcee

12:17pm Fri 7 May 10

southy says...

Lone Ranger wrote:
Bassettbadger wrote:
Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston!
I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d

ont you !!!!
lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out.
still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle.
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bassettbadger[/bold] wrote: Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston![/p][/quote]I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d ont you !!!![/p][/quote]lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out. still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle. southy

12:35pm Fri 7 May 10

ploggy1 says...

just to let you all know royston was brought up in harefield along with many of us -we attended the same schools and he has never forgotton his roots - he still remains true to the council estates and understands how we all feel - remember he lived here too and in the 70s it was tough for all of us - i remember him as a trustworthy friend and know he is a trustworthy adult - i believe in him and believe he is the future, maybe not his year this year but his time will come - dig in there
just to let you all know royston was brought up in harefield along with many of us -we attended the same schools and he has never forgotton his roots - he still remains true to the council estates and understands how we all feel - remember he lived here too and in the 70s it was tough for all of us - i remember him as a trustworthy friend and know he is a trustworthy adult - i believe in him and believe he is the future, maybe not his year this year but his time will come - dig in there ploggy1

12:38pm Fri 7 May 10

Justabloke says...

As a natural Lab voter who was pretty disappointed with this government, the only thing I knew was that I was not going to vote Labour Until John Denham turned up on my door step. I was impressed with his assessment of what they had got wrong, his pride in what they had got right and his plans for the future.

When Royston Smith finally communicated anything to me, I was struck by his sheer lack of ambition ("I have no ministerial ambition" he claimed). I had just had the chance to discuss my hopes and fears with a man who was (and will be again) a cabinet minister, who had real influence. Royston Smith would have been just another make-weight. Don't get me wrong, pawns are important but I for one thought Southampton deserved more.
As a natural Lab voter who was pretty disappointed with this government, the only thing I knew was that I was not going to vote Labour Until John Denham turned up on my door step. I was impressed with his assessment of what they had got wrong, his pride in what they had got right and his plans for the future. When Royston Smith finally communicated anything to me, I was struck by his sheer lack of ambition ("I have no ministerial ambition" he claimed). I had just had the chance to discuss my hopes and fears with a man who was (and will be again) a cabinet minister, who had real influence. Royston Smith would have been just another make-weight. Don't get me wrong, pawns are important but I for one thought Southampton deserved more. Justabloke

12:59pm Fri 7 May 10

Huffybear says...

southy wrote:
Lone Ranger wrote:
Bassettbadger wrote:
Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston!
I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d


ont you !!!!
lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out.
still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle.
Radio Solent said that Denham had called for a recount, not Smith.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bassettbadger[/bold] wrote: Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston![/p][/quote]I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d ont you !!!![/p][/quote]lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out. still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle.[/p][/quote]Radio Solent said that Denham had called for a recount, not Smith. Huffybear

3:22pm Fri 7 May 10

262red@blue says...

Well done Mr Denham i voted for you as for the small Mr Smith you deserve too lose as i think it was you that got rid of City Patrol and now all the yobs are outside my house now in the evenings drinking and swearing call the police ? dont make me laugh no where to be seen on this estate.......
Well done Mr Denham i voted for you as for the small Mr Smith you deserve too lose as i think it was you that got rid of City Patrol and now all the yobs are outside my house now in the evenings drinking and swearing call the police ? dont make me laugh no where to be seen on this estate....... 262red@blue

4:25pm Fri 7 May 10

Maine Lobster says...

If Royston Smith had been that confident he would have vacated is Council seat prior to the general election. Of course, as with Jeremy Moulton they didn't have that courage and wanted to ensure they had their noses in the Council trough as back up.His lack of humility in defeat speaks volumes for the nasty side of this politician who has a record of side swiping if he doesn't get his way. Sour grapes isn't the half of it. Accept your defeat with good grace, Mr Smith.
If Royston Smith had been that confident he would have vacated is Council seat prior to the general election. Of course, as with Jeremy Moulton they didn't have that courage and wanted to ensure they had their noses in the Council trough as back up.His lack of humility in defeat speaks volumes for the nasty side of this politician who has a record of side swiping if he doesn't get his way. Sour grapes isn't the half of it. Accept your defeat with good grace, Mr Smith. Maine Lobster

5:33pm Fri 7 May 10

262red@blue says...

bye bye Mr Smith
bye bye Mr Smith 262red@blue

7:20pm Fri 7 May 10

Stupideditor says...

Shame no BNP!
Shame no BNP! Stupideditor

11:08am Sat 8 May 10

Jesus_02 says...

Osterley wrote:
Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton. Denham has forgotten what he was elected for and off he goes for another holiday at Westminster! Just 193 more votes would have seen the change this City deserved at the highest level. Denham - you are on borrowed time - this glorious City is watching your every move.
Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton

He clearly didn't otherwise he would have won the vote.

Denham is a cracking politician that serves his constituency much better than most.

Still you don't know what you've got till its gone. Which I have a horrible feeling the rest of the country is about to find out. FSTE is already down 3.5% "roll on the glory days!"
[quote][p][bold]Osterley[/bold] wrote: Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton. Denham has forgotten what he was elected for and off he goes for another holiday at Westminster! Just 193 more votes would have seen the change this City deserved at the highest level. Denham - you are on borrowed time - this glorious City is watching your every move.[/p][/quote]Royston Smith deserved to represent Southampton He clearly didn't otherwise he would have won the vote. Denham is a cracking politician that serves his constituency much better than most. Still you don't know what you've got till its gone. Which I have a horrible feeling the rest of the country is about to find out. FSTE is already down 3.5% "roll on the glory days!" Jesus_02

11:09am Sat 8 May 10

southy says...

Huffybear wrote:
southy wrote:
Lone Ranger wrote:
Bassettbadger wrote:
Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston!
I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d



ont you !!!!
lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out.
still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle.
Radio Solent said that Denham had called for a recount, not Smith.
no it wrong info i was there all night has was dmc, it was smith called for a recount twice, demham had no reason to ask for a recount, he had won the count of votes. if smith had keep quite apart from we could of gone home at 2-30 in the morning instead of 6am, the count would of been closer.
because of the secrets act and i had to sign i can not tell you any more than this.
[quote][p][bold]Huffybear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bassettbadger[/bold] wrote: Absolutely gutted for Royston, he's a genuine bloke who always puts Southampton first! Denham is a waste of space. The huge swing was truly phenomenal, just hope that there will be another election soon, all those tory voters will need to really push for Royston![/p][/quote]I hate the taste of Sour Grapes.............d ont you !!!![/p][/quote]lone you should of been at the civic last nyte, 5-30am this morning after smithy call for 2 recounts and still got no nearer. his little loser speech he spat the dummy. very amusing speech had many laughing at him. where he was spitting the dummy out. still he has his very safe council seat to fall back on, but not so sure about moulton lo he could be a goner in freemantle.[/p][/quote]Radio Solent said that Denham had called for a recount, not Smith.[/p][/quote]no it wrong info i was there all night has was dmc, it was smith called for a recount twice, demham had no reason to ask for a recount, he had won the count of votes. if smith had keep quite apart from we could of gone home at 2-30 in the morning instead of 6am, the count would of been closer. because of the secrets act and i had to sign i can not tell you any more than this. southy

11:51am Sat 8 May 10

Jesus_02 says...

Iw61 wrote:
Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!!
Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!!

Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.
Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof.

You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here.

The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis
[quote][p][bold]Iw61[/bold] wrote: Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!! Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!! Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.[/p][/quote]Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof. You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here. The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis Jesus_02

12:35pm Sat 8 May 10

southy says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
Iw61 wrote:
Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!!
Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!!

Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.
Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof.

You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here.

The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis
if they accept this lib/con axis its not going to last long, the tory con party will say no to it any way, not in there interest to accept it, what they will do is keep talking about it just to keep the support of liberals. the liberals probley all ready know this but will give it a try just in case, but in the end they will say enough is enough then put in a vote of no confidence in parliament. and that will be it back to polls.

now that polls have ended you will see all those partys go till its time for the polls again then they will get them selfs involve again, the only group that will still be on the streets helping people will be the socialist. its some thing they all ways done stay on the streets helping out and dont ask for any thing in return, like to vote for them when the time comes round.
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iw61[/bold] wrote: Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!! Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!! Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.[/p][/quote]Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof. You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here. The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis[/p][/quote]if they accept this lib/con axis its not going to last long, the tory con party will say no to it any way, not in there interest to accept it, what they will do is keep talking about it just to keep the support of liberals. the liberals probley all ready know this but will give it a try just in case, but in the end they will say enough is enough then put in a vote of no confidence in parliament. and that will be it back to polls. now that polls have ended you will see all those partys go till its time for the polls again then they will get them selfs involve again, the only group that will still be on the streets helping people will be the socialist. its some thing they all ways done stay on the streets helping out and dont ask for any thing in return, like to vote for them when the time comes round. southy

1:44pm Sat 8 May 10

Iw61 says...

Jesus_02 wrote:
Iw61 wrote:
Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!!
Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!!

Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.
Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof.

You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here.

The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis
Arent you lucky.
Whats your name ? Royston Smith?
[quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iw61[/bold] wrote: Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!! Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!! Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.[/p][/quote]Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof. You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here. The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis[/p][/quote]Arent you lucky. Whats your name ? Royston Smith? Iw61

7:27pm Sat 8 May 10

Lone Ranger says...

Iw61 wrote:
Jesus_02 wrote:
Iw61 wrote:
Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!!
Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!!

Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.
Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof.

You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here.

The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis
Arent you lucky.
Whats your name ? Royston Smith?
Hang on a minute..unless i have read this wrong arent you on the same side!!!
[quote][p][bold]Iw61[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesus_02[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Iw61[/bold] wrote: Look at the percentages above. Most people didnt vote Conservative!! Lets face it, nationally Labour lost but the Conservatives didnt win!! Embarrassing that after three terms of Labour and the worst recession in living memory the Conservatives are still useless.[/p][/quote]Yeah this recession is the toughest I can think of, I can hardly afford takeaways every night and the cost of Itunes has gone through the roof. You know the otherday I went to Starbucks and I could only afford the one shot. Its a wonder anyone can afford to post on here. The worst is yet to come, under the con/lib axis[/p][/quote]Arent you lucky. Whats your name ? Royston Smith?[/p][/quote]Hang on a minute..unless i have read this wrong arent you on the same side!!! Lone Ranger

7:34pm Sat 8 May 10

Iw61 says...

Well Lone Ranger
Maybe I didnt 'get' Jesus_o2' and his sharp humour.
I stand corrected if I didnt!!
Well Lone Ranger Maybe I didnt 'get' Jesus_o2' and his sharp humour. I stand corrected if I didnt!! Iw61

12:46am Tue 11 May 10

southampton liza says...

warness wrote:
clausentum wrote:
warness wrote:
clausentum wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote!
Are your teeth in today?
Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.
I do not go to school. I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives. Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day. I have all my own teeth.
We meet again warness.
good to see your still spouting rubbish and trying your hardest to put down people's view's and opinions with un-witty remarks.
You disappoint me though warness as you have failed to make up your own made up word this time!!!
carpagial is still not a word.... haha haha thanks for the giggle warness.
[quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]warness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clausentum[/bold] wrote: I note that Mr Cutter got a whopping 0.38% of the vote![/p][/quote]Are your teeth in today?[/p][/quote]Eat all your Weetabix like your mum tells you too and remember to wash behind your ears before you set off to school.[/p][/quote]I do not go to school. I am a senior man at Exxon Mobil, providing the wealth for this country, in order that council workers and clerks like you can fritter it on petty union disputes and Brussels initiatives. Being new to this area, I started reading this site 2 years ago, in order to absorb the local culture. This has been a disappointment, but I have turned it into an amusing hobby, whilst I endure USA driven conference calls at odd times of the day. I have all my own teeth.[/p][/quote]We meet again warness. good to see your still spouting rubbish and trying your hardest to put down people's view's and opinions with un-witty remarks. You disappoint me though warness as you have failed to make up your own made up word this time!!! carpagial is still not a word.... haha haha thanks for the giggle warness. southampton liza

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