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29th Apr '16 8:53:45 PM Orbiting
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->When Americans decided to write a TV series about their political leaders, they produced ''Series/TheWestWing'', a heartbreakingly sincere political drama about intelligent, passionate, dynamic people giving their all for the good of the country. When Brits decided to write a TV series about their political leaders they produced ''Yes, Prime Minister''.

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->When ->''"When Americans decided to write a TV series about their political leaders, they produced ''Series/TheWestWing'', a heartbreakingly sincere political drama about intelligent, passionate, dynamic people giving their all for the good of the country. When Brits decided to write a TV series about their political leaders they produced ''Yes, Prime Minister''."''
29th Apr '16 8:53:22 PM Orbiting
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-->It is necessary to get behind someone in order to stab them in the back.
--->--'''Sir Humphrey Appleby'''

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-->It ->''"It is necessary to get behind someone in order to stab them in the back.
--->--'''Sir
back."''
-->--'''Sir
Humphrey Appleby'''



-->'''Woolley:''' The problem is, the Prime Minister did try to suppress the [politically damaging] chapter [of the former Prime Minister's memoirs], didn't he?
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I don't know, did he?
-->'''Woolley:''' Well didn't he, don't you remember?
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' What I remember is irrelevant. If the minutes don't say that he did, then he didn't.
-->'''Woolley:''' So you want me to falsify the minutes.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I want nothing of the sort! It's up to you, Bernard. What do you want?
-->'''Woolley:''' I want to have a clear conscience.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' A clear conscience.
-->'''Woolley:''' Yes, Sir Humphrey.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' When did you acquire this taste for luxuries?

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-->'''Woolley:''' ->'''Woolley:''' The problem is, the Prime Minister did try to suppress the [politically damaging] chapter [of the former Prime Minister's memoirs], didn't he?
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I don't know, did he?
-->'''Woolley:''' ->'''Woolley:''' Well didn't he, don't you remember?
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey:''' What I remember is irrelevant. If the minutes don't say that he did, then he didn't.
-->'''Woolley:''' ->'''Woolley:''' So you want me to falsify the minutes.
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I want nothing of the sort! It's up to you, Bernard. What do you want?
-->'''Woolley:''' ->'''Woolley:''' I want to have a clear conscience.
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey:''' A clear conscience.
-->'''Woolley:''' ->'''Woolley:''' Yes, Sir Humphrey.
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey:''' When did you acquire this taste for luxuries?



-->'''Sir Humphrey''': Ladysmith House is top secret.
-->'''Hacker''': How can a seven storey building in Walthamstow be top secret?
-->'''Sir Humphrey''': Where there's a will, there's a way.
--->"The Economy Drive"

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-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey''': Ladysmith House is top secret.
-->'''Hacker''': ->'''Hacker''': How can a seven storey building in Walthamstow be top secret?
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey''': Where there's a will, there's a way.
--->"The -->-- "The Economy Drive"



-->'''Hacker''': Fortunately, Bernard, most of our journalists are so incompetent they'd have the gravest difficulty in finding out that today is Wednesday.
-->'''Woolley''': It's actually Thursday.
--->"The Compassionate Society"

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-->'''Hacker''': ->'''Hacker''': Fortunately, Bernard, most of our journalists are so incompetent they'd have the gravest difficulty in finding out that today is Wednesday.
-->'''Woolley''': ->'''Woolley''': It's actually Thursday.
--->"The -->-- "The Compassionate Society"



-->'''Sir Humphrey''': The only way to understand the Press is to remember that they pander to their readers' prejudices.
-->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads [[BritishNewspapers the papers]]! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the [[{{Muggles}} people]] who [[GabbyCabbie think]] they run the country. The ''Guardian'' is read by [[LaResistance people]] who think they ''[[SoapboxSadie ought]]'' to run the country. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheGovernment the people]] who [[TheMan actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by the [[{{Housewife}} wives]] [[GrandeDame of the people who run the country]]. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.
-->'''Sir Humphrey''': Eh, Prime Minister, what about the people who read the ''Sun''?
-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] [[PageThreeStunna as long as she's got]] [[BuxomIsBetter big tits]].

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-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey''': The only way to understand the Press is to remember that they pander to their readers' prejudices.
-->'''Hacker''': ->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads [[BritishNewspapers the papers]]! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the [[{{Muggles}} people]] who [[GabbyCabbie [[DriverOfABlackCab think]] they run the country. The ''Guardian'' is read by [[LaResistance people]] who think they ''[[SoapboxSadie ought]]'' to run the country. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheGovernment the people]] who [[TheMan actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by the [[{{Housewife}} wives]] [[GrandeDame of the people who run the country]]. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.
-->'''Sir ->'''Sir Humphrey''': Eh, Prime Minister, what about the people who read the ''Sun''?
-->'''Woolley''': ->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] [[PageThreeStunna as long as she's got]] [[BuxomIsBetter big tits]].



-->When Americans decided to write a TV series about their political leaders, they produced ''Series/TheWestWing'', a heartbreakingly sincere political drama about intelligent, passionate, dynamic people giving their all for the good of the country. When Brits decided to write a TV series about their political leaders they produced ''Yes, Prime Minister''.
--->'''[[http://ferretbrain.com/articles/article-471 Dan Hemmens]]]'''

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-->When ->When Americans decided to write a TV series about their political leaders, they produced ''Series/TheWestWing'', a heartbreakingly sincere political drama about intelligent, passionate, dynamic people giving their all for the good of the country. When Brits decided to write a TV series about their political leaders they produced ''Yes, Prime Minister''.
--->'''[[http://ferretbrain.-->-- '''Dan Hemmens''', "[[http://ferretbrain.com/articles/article-471 Dan Hemmens]]]'''My Country, 'Tis of Thee]]"
10th Dec '14 10:37:36 PM Lawyerdude
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-->'''Woolley:''' The problem is, the Prime Minister did try to suppress the [politically damaging] chapter [of the former Prime Minister's memoirs], didn't he?
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I don't know, did he?
-->'''Woolley:''' Well didn't he, don't you remember?
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' What I remember is irrelevant. If the minutes don't say that he did, then he didn't.
-->'''Woolley:''' So you want me to falsify the minutes.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' I want nothing of the sort! It's up to you, Bernard. What do you want?
-->'''Woolley:''' I want to have a clear conscience.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' A clear conscience.
-->'''Woolley:''' Yes, Sir Humphrey.
-->'''Sir Humphrey:''' When did you acquire this taste for luxuries?

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12th Nov '12 11:21:53 PM randomfanboy
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-->When Americans decided to write a TV series about their political leaders, they produced ''Series/TheWestWing'', a heartbreakingly sincere political drama about intelligent, passionate, dynamic people giving their all for the good of the country. When Brits decided to write a TV series about their political leaders they produced ''Yes, Prime Minister''.
--->'''[[http://ferretbrain.com/articles/article-471 Dan Hemmens]]]'''
18th Nov '11 12:42:40 PM DarthFanboy
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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] [[BuxomIsBetter as long as she's got big tits]].

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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] [[BuxomIsBetter [[PageThreeStunna as long as she's got got]] [[BuxomIsBetter big tits]].
2nd Oct '11 1:53:19 PM captainpat
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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] as long as [[PageThreeStunna she]]'s got [[BuxomIsBetter big tits]].

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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] as long as [[PageThreeStunna she]]'s got [[BuxomIsBetter as long as she's got big tits]].
10th Dec '10 1:44:42 AM Tannhaeuser
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-->It is necessary to get behind someone in order to stab them in the back?

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-->It is necessary to get behind someone in order to stab them in the back?back.
10th Dec '10 1:43:16 AM Tannhaeuser
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-->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads [[BritishNewspapers the papers]]! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the people who [[GabbyCabbie think]] [[TheQuisling they run the country]] . The ''Guardian'' is read by people who think they ''[[SoapboxSadie ought]]'' [[LaResistance to run the country]]. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheMan the people who actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by the [[{{Housewife}} wives]] [[GrandeDame of the people who run the country]]. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.

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-->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads [[BritishNewspapers the papers]]! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the people [[{{Muggles}} people]] who [[GabbyCabbie think]] [[TheQuisling they run the country]] . country. The ''Guardian'' is read by people [[LaResistance people]] who think they ''[[SoapboxSadie ought]]'' [[LaResistance to run the country]]. country. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheGovernment the people]] who [[TheMan the people who actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by the [[{{Housewife}} wives]] [[GrandeDame of the people who run the country]]. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.
10th Dec '10 1:35:33 AM Tannhaeuser
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-->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads the papers! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the people who [[TheQuisling think they run the country]] . The ''Guardian'' is read by people who think they ''[[LaResistance ought]]'' [[LaResistance to run the country]]. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheMan the people who actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by [[GrandeDame the wives]] of the people who run the country. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.

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-->'''Hacker''': Don't tell me about the Press -- I know ''exactly'' who reads [[BritishNewspapers the papers! papers]]! The ''Daily Mirror'' is read by the people who [[GabbyCabbie think]] [[TheQuisling think they run the country]] . The ''Guardian'' is read by people who think they ''[[LaResistance ''[[SoapboxSadie ought]]'' [[LaResistance to run the country]]. The ''Times'' is read by [[TheMan the people who actually do run the country]]. The ''Daily Mail'' is read by the [[{{Housewife}} wives]] [[GrandeDame the wives]] of the people who run the country.country]]. The ''Financial Times'' is read by people who [[CorruptCorporateExecutive own the country]]. The ''Morning Star'' is read by [[DirtyCommunists people who think the country ought to be run]] by [[SovietRussia another country]]; the ''Daily Telegraph'' is read by the [[RedScare people who think it]] ''[[RedScare is]]''.



-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] as long as [[BuxomIsBetter she's got big tits]].

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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country]] as long as [[PageThreeStunna she]]'s got [[BuxomIsBetter she's got big tits]].
10th Dec '10 1:26:12 AM Tannhaeuser
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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers don't care who runs the country as long as [[BuxomIsBetter she's got big tits]].

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-->'''Woolley''': ''Sun'' readers [[ApatheticCitizens don't care who runs the country country]] as long as [[BuxomIsBetter she's got big tits]].
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