al-Megrahi is coming back to the UK in Current Affairs, News and Analysis on The Army Rumour Service; I have no link - it's just a rumour doing the rounds of the Ivory Tower that I'm currently located at.
No, not Broadmoor.... al-Megrahi is coming back to the UK I have no link - it's just a rumour doing the rounds of the Ivory Tower that I'm currently located at.
No, not Broadmoor.
Cant see it myself i dont know about you but i wouldnt come back.
Why would he? Unless the NHS provides better treatment than the Libyan health service.
Blue skies & soft landings
M3.... still making a splash. (But for how long?)
If we can't afford treatment for people with bowel cancer, we can't afford to treat him; stick him in the desert and leave him where he is
hahahahahahahahaha... like he's got cancer...
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is madly in love with the Slug and doesnt care who knows it. from the moment she first got me in a headlock and took my lunch money off me, I knew she was the only girl for me.
'Have you had enough? Have you had enough you fucking Moldavian bastard, your Excellency.'
xbox 360 gamertag - ShootThemLater6
You must be joking. While he was in Scotland he succumbed to cancer. Since he returned to Libya he's been doing pretty well. The Libyan health service is therefore far superior to the NHS innit?
"I firmly believe that we should not march into Baghdad. To occupy Iraq would instantly shatter our coalition, turning the whole Arab world against us and make a broken tyrant into a latter-day Arab hero. Assigning young soldiers to a fruitless hunt for a securely entrenched dictator and condemning them to fight in what would be an unwinnable urban guerrilla war." George Bush Snr, A World Transformed, 1998
No, but if it's a Daily Mail story, he'll be back to claim for glasses, teeth, and pills for himself and his 7 wives!
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Flying back is he? Just a thought.................................
Politically correct doesn't mean morally correct
Once he has breathed his last no doubt his family will put in a claim,stating the cancer was brought on by the poor diet he was on whilst in Scotland.
The older I get..... the better I was....
Could always treat him in the US. I'm sure he would receive exactly the treatment he deserves.
Three things generally happen when you meet someone unlike yourself:
1. We try to clone them and make them like us.
2. We reject them and push them away.
3. We find common ground and a place of agreement.
Yet in all three we assert one fundamental concept, that we are right.
What if when we encounter someone unlike us we seek to see ourselves through their eyes and become open to the possibility that we are wrong?