Parties lining up for big election battle later this week

Parties lining up for big election battle later this week

Parties lining up for big election battle later this week

First published in News Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , City Hall Reporter

There are only three days to go before the district goes to the polls in this year’s local elections.

A total of 31CRRT of the 90 seats are up for grabs in Bradford’s Council Chamber, and local political parties are hoping to win over voters with their manifestos.

The ruling Labour Party’s manifesto includes pledges to: - Deliver a new secondary school to reduce pressure on places; - Invest more in its Get Bradford Working programme to tackle youth and long-term unemployment; - Keep weekly bin collections and improve recycling; - Build new swimming pools, with no pools closing until replacements open; - Tackle congestion in Keighley; - And open a Retail Academy so local people are ready to take jobs at Westfield’s Broadway development.

Council and Labour group leader, Councillor David Green, said his administration was “a value for money Labour Council that has shown it listens to and works with local people and is prepared to take decisions for the long term, not just short-term fixes”.

Conservative councillors form the second biggest group in the Council, and its official opposition.

Its manifesto inludes pledges to: - Scrap the residents’ permit scheme for local tips; - Introduce one simple recycling scheme across the district; - Cut Council tax bills by at least 10 per cent over a four-year period; - Provide two hours free parking in city and town centres, where possible; - Fill 5,000 extra potholes a year; - And reinstate home care for elderly and disabled people with moderate needs.

Conservative leader, Councillor Glen Miller, said his party wasn’t making promises it couldn’t deliver.

He said: “We have investigated the deliverability of our promises and we share a very ‘can do’ attitude.”

The Liberal Democrats, the Council’s third largest group, has pledged to: - Fight development on green spaces; - Push for a regulation scheme for private landlords; - Oppose Council Tax rises; - And campaign for more care for the elderly and disabled.

Lib Dem leader, Councillor Jeanette Sunderland, said: “The Liberal Democrat Group on the Council will campaign to invest in care for older and vulnerable people and make sure that people are not left to struggle on alone.”

The ‘big three’ also face pressure from a number of smaller groups, including the Green Party, Respect - which in the last election won five seats, but later saw all five councillors leave the party - and UKIP, which is hoping to get its first councillors elected this year.

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1:15pm Mon 19 May 14

G_Firth says...

Strange how the T&A failed to note that those running for reelection voted in favor of the cuts to social care to name but one of the many things they voted on in their time as Councillors
Strange how the T&A failed to note that those running for reelection voted in favor of the cuts to social care to name but one of the many things they voted on in their time as Councillors G_Firth
  • Score: 6

2:57pm Mon 19 May 14

They only do damage! says...

Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!. They only do damage!
  • Score: 8

3:50pm Mon 19 May 14

Apollo says...

They only do damage! wrote:
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them.

In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely?

If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues?

I will give you a guess.

UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.
[quote][p][bold]They only do damage![/bold] wrote: Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.[/p][/quote]You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them. In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely? If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues? I will give you a guess. UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is. Apollo
  • Score: -4

4:19pm Mon 19 May 14

sorrow&anger says...

'big election battle'? Don't think so. The biggest vote will be for he 'apathy, none-of-the-above' party. We'll be lucky if the turnout is in the low thirties.

In Bradford, people have give up on politics, and the reason is clear enough. City Hall doesn't listen; it just does what it wants to do and pushes through its own pet projects no matter what the citizenry think. Just look at the way it hands green fields over to greedy developers, neglects the care of the elderly and allows illegal bazaars and shisha lounges to flourish for years without doing anything about them.

The crony system rules, there's no point in voting. It won't make any difference.
'big election battle'? Don't think so. The biggest vote will be for he 'apathy, none-of-the-above' party. We'll be lucky if the turnout is in the low thirties. In Bradford, people have give up on politics, and the reason is clear enough. City Hall doesn't listen; it just does what it wants to do and pushes through its own pet projects no matter what the citizenry think. Just look at the way it hands green fields over to greedy developers, neglects the care of the elderly and allows illegal bazaars and shisha lounges to flourish for years without doing anything about them. The crony system rules, there's no point in voting. It won't make any difference. sorrow&anger
  • Score: 11

4:30pm Mon 19 May 14

BertSanders says...

Apollo wrote:
They only do damage! wrote:
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them.

In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely?

If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues?

I will give you a guess.

UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.
I view the euro election as a prelude to the next General Election. We are not allowed a referendum but this Euro election will give a better indication of what the public feeling towards Europe really is.
I consider membership is expensive and there is little difference if we are out
- the fact that some say we will have to make arrangements as do Norway and switzerland is unlikely. - the UK is a big nation - and Europe would not want to lose it. Imagine Bradford with more expensive VW/Audi sa a result of tariffs! That would happen if our exports were curtailed.
[quote][p][bold]Apollo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]They only do damage![/bold] wrote: Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.[/p][/quote]You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them. In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely? If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues? I will give you a guess. UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.[/p][/quote]I view the euro election as a prelude to the next General Election. We are not allowed a referendum but this Euro election will give a better indication of what the public feeling towards Europe really is. I consider membership is expensive and there is little difference if we are out - the fact that some say we will have to make arrangements as do Norway and switzerland is unlikely. - the UK is a big nation - and Europe would not want to lose it. Imagine Bradford with more expensive VW/Audi sa a result of tariffs! That would happen if our exports were curtailed. BertSanders
  • Score: 3

5:23pm Mon 19 May 14

mad matt says...

I suppose it comes down to who you believe and who you don't believe - to be honest, as far as Bradford Council are concerned they just seem to be in it for what they can get out of it, not for doing what is best for the majority of the population of the district.
Where Europe is concerned, how can a "One size fits all" approach possibly work. A lot of the member countries are in big trouble, even the biggest ones.

For it to work properly it needs a radical overhaul.
The Common Market was more or less OK, but this government interference from Brussels is getting beyond a joke now.
I suppose it comes down to who you believe and who you don't believe - to be honest, as far as Bradford Council are concerned they just seem to be in it for what they can get out of it, not for doing what is best for the majority of the population of the district. Where Europe is concerned, how can a "One size fits all" approach possibly work. A lot of the member countries are in big trouble, even the biggest ones. For it to work properly it needs a radical overhaul. The Common Market was more or less OK, but this government interference from Brussels is getting beyond a joke now. mad matt
  • Score: 9

5:26pm Mon 19 May 14

Bantambhoy says...

I will vote for a party that stands for what I want and the issues regarding local, national and EU are all completely different. So, I may well vote for three different parties in the separate elections. For example,it doesn't bother me who the UKIP candidate is because they will not make any difference in Europe but I will have registered my vote for a UK referendum, which is what I want. For the local council I will vote for the person offering the things I feel will benefit us locally. Nationally, IT'S THE ECONOMY, STUPID!
I will vote for a party that stands for what I want and the issues regarding local, national and EU are all completely different. So, I may well vote for three different parties in the separate elections. For example,it doesn't bother me who the UKIP candidate is because they will not make any difference in Europe but I will have registered my vote for a UK referendum, which is what I want. For the local council I will vote for the person offering the things I feel will benefit us locally. Nationally, IT'S THE ECONOMY, STUPID! Bantambhoy
  • Score: 3

6:32pm Mon 19 May 14

SurprisedByJoyce says...

sorrow&anger wrote:
'big election battle'? Don't think so. The biggest vote will be for he 'apathy, none-of-the-above' party. We'll be lucky if the turnout is in the low thirties.

In Bradford, people have give up on politics, and the reason is clear enough. City Hall doesn't listen; it just does what it wants to do and pushes through its own pet projects no matter what the citizenry think. Just look at the way it hands green fields over to greedy developers, neglects the care of the elderly and allows illegal bazaars and shisha lounges to flourish for years without doing anything about them.

The crony system rules, there's no point in voting. It won't make any difference.
I shall be one of the few voting on Thursday because I remember my Granny telling me how hard it was for women to get the vote. However It's going to be a difficult choice. All the candidates are products of whatever party machine they belong to, and the incumbent is an arrogant so-and-so who seems to think the world owes him a living.
[quote][p][bold]sorrow&anger[/bold] wrote: 'big election battle'? Don't think so. The biggest vote will be for he 'apathy, none-of-the-above' party. We'll be lucky if the turnout is in the low thirties. In Bradford, people have give up on politics, and the reason is clear enough. City Hall doesn't listen; it just does what it wants to do and pushes through its own pet projects no matter what the citizenry think. Just look at the way it hands green fields over to greedy developers, neglects the care of the elderly and allows illegal bazaars and shisha lounges to flourish for years without doing anything about them. The crony system rules, there's no point in voting. It won't make any difference.[/p][/quote]I shall be one of the few voting on Thursday because I remember my Granny telling me how hard it was for women to get the vote. However It's going to be a difficult choice. All the candidates are products of whatever party machine they belong to, and the incumbent is an arrogant so-and-so who seems to think the world owes him a living. SurprisedByJoyce
  • Score: 9

6:41pm Mon 19 May 14

pcmanners says...

Vote UKIP for the EU. Vote Conservative locally and get a Council that will rid Bradford of the Socialist free-loaders.
Vote UKIP for the EU. Vote Conservative locally and get a Council that will rid Bradford of the Socialist free-loaders. pcmanners
  • Score: 12

6:52pm Mon 19 May 14

999 number of the beast says...

Apollo wrote:
They only do damage! wrote:
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them.

In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely?

If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues?

I will give you a guess.

UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.
Come on to be a councillor you have to be weird like the Rev Paul Flowers. A lot of people are voting for UKIP because we are sick of the identikit suits of CON/LAB/LIB.
Each successive government has curtailed our rights to protest then we shall do it by voting for the UKIP even if they are not all together!(They will not change anything for the better I know.)
Ask yourself do you really care about what's happening in Syria. Ukraine or Nigeria? No and we should put the streets of Bradford first!
[quote][p][bold]Apollo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]They only do damage![/bold] wrote: Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.[/p][/quote]You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them. In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely? If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues? I will give you a guess. UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.[/p][/quote]Come on to be a councillor you have to be weird like the Rev Paul Flowers. A lot of people are voting for UKIP because we are sick of the identikit suits of CON/LAB/LIB. Each successive government has curtailed our rights to protest then we shall do it by voting for the UKIP even if they are not all together!(They will not change anything for the better I know.) Ask yourself do you really care about what's happening in Syria. Ukraine or Nigeria? No and we should put the streets of Bradford first! 999 number of the beast
  • Score: 8

7:09pm Mon 19 May 14

FinlandStation says...

Apollo wrote:
They only do damage! wrote:
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them.

In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely?

If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues?

I will give you a guess.

UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.
I too shall vote although I know it won't do any good. I'm seriously thinking of voting UKIP: not because I'm racist or agree with very much of what they say, but as a way of telling the other three jobsworths what they can do with their smug little selves.

I used to vote Labour but the party doesn't represent me any more. At Westminster it's just another Oxbridge clique. Locally it's a machine run for the benefit of the insiders. Democracy doesn't get a look in. We need a proper party for working people.
[quote][p][bold]Apollo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]They only do damage![/bold] wrote: Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.[/p][/quote]You need to look very closely at some of the UKIP candidates. There are some very 'strange' people standing for them. In Queensbury we have the guy who is also standing for the European elections. What happens if UKIP win the European election as seems likely? If the same person also got in as the local councillor how much time does anyone think he would spend on local issues? I will give you a guess. UKIP is not the panacea for all the evils in this country that people think it is.[/p][/quote]I too shall vote although I know it won't do any good. I'm seriously thinking of voting UKIP: not because I'm racist or agree with very much of what they say, but as a way of telling the other three jobsworths what they can do with their smug little selves. I used to vote Labour but the party doesn't represent me any more. At Westminster it's just another Oxbridge clique. Locally it's a machine run for the benefit of the insiders. Democracy doesn't get a look in. We need a proper party for working people. FinlandStation
  • Score: 12

8:14pm Mon 19 May 14

bd7 helper says...

They only do damage! wrote:
Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.
Waste of time and money
[quote][p][bold]They only do damage![/bold] wrote: Save yourself and vote UKIP!!!.[/p][/quote]Waste of time and money bd7 helper
  • Score: -6

8:17pm Mon 19 May 14

Quintilian says...

Leader of the respect party says "I don't want your f***ing votes".

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=p9Z0UCdr
Vkw

Anyone that has received the Respect party literature for the locals in a few days time, cannot miss the use of Galloway's name under the party's name in brackets; it is an attempt to make the party and Galloway's synonymous so that people vote for the local Respect candidate on the back of Galloways name.

It is a two way street, unfortunately, Mr Galloway ;) . Let's hope the t&a does some proper journalism and picks this up before the local election. Make it viral people.
Leader of the respect party says "I don't want your f***ing votes". https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=p9Z0UCdr Vkw Anyone that has received the Respect party literature for the locals in a few days time, cannot miss the use of Galloway's name under the party's name in brackets; it is an attempt to make the party and Galloway's synonymous so that people vote for the local Respect candidate on the back of Galloways name. It is a two way street, unfortunately, Mr Galloway ;) . Let's hope the t&a does some proper journalism and picks this up before the local election. Make it viral people. Quintilian
  • Score: 5

10:55pm Mon 19 May 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Tribal politics, wonder where respect will make gains.
Tribal politics, wonder where respect will make gains. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 1

12:51am Tue 20 May 14

Raj2121 says...

All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good
All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good Raj2121
  • Score: 7

12:56am Tue 20 May 14

Quintilian says...

Raj2121 wrote:
All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good
People, primarily taxi drivers as they seem to know everything, have told me the same thing though he is standing in Heaton and not Toller. There are other choices, such as the Green party but I am not sure they have joined up thinking and enough resources to make an impact come election day.
[quote][p][bold]Raj2121[/bold] wrote: All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good[/p][/quote]People, primarily taxi drivers as they seem to know everything, have told me the same thing though he is standing in Heaton and not Toller. There are other choices, such as the Green party but I am not sure they have joined up thinking and enough resources to make an impact come election day. Quintilian
  • Score: 3

1:01am Tue 20 May 14

Raj2121 says...

This is the thief that got assaulted by a young man, drug dealing scum..

http://www.thetelegr
aphandargus.co.uk/ne
ws/11220726.UPDATE__
Councillor_attacked_
as_election_campaign
_spills_into_violenc
e/
This is the thief that got assaulted by a young man, drug dealing scum.. http://www.thetelegr aphandargus.co.uk/ne ws/11220726.UPDATE__ Councillor_attacked_ as_election_campaign _spills_into_violenc e/ Raj2121
  • Score: 1

1:04am Tue 20 May 14

Quintilian says...

Raj2121 wrote:
This is the thief that got assaulted by a young man, drug dealing scum..

http://www.thetelegr

aphandargus.co.uk/ne

ws/11220726.UPDATE__

Councillor_attacked_

as_election_campaign

_spills_into_violenc

e/
Thanks for the link, I've already read it though. Still waiting to see if any media outlets pick up on that Galloway video I linked. It is pretty damning.
[quote][p][bold]Raj2121[/bold] wrote: This is the thief that got assaulted by a young man, drug dealing scum.. http://www.thetelegr aphandargus.co.uk/ne ws/11220726.UPDATE__ Councillor_attacked_ as_election_campaign _spills_into_violenc e/[/p][/quote]Thanks for the link, I've already read it though. Still waiting to see if any media outlets pick up on that Galloway video I linked. It is pretty damning. Quintilian
  • Score: 2

10:14am Tue 20 May 14

Not so simple says...

Quintilian wrote:
Raj2121 wrote:
All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good
People, primarily taxi drivers as they seem to know everything, have told me the same thing though he is standing in Heaton and not Toller. There are other choices, such as the Green party but I am not sure they have joined up thinking and enough resources to make an impact come election day.
And I thought Gotham city officials were corrupt....now where's batman when you need him.

Seriously all corrupt officials need to be reported and politics needs to be cleaned up ASAP.
[quote][p][bold]Quintilian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Raj2121[/bold] wrote: All i can say is imdad hussain standing for the peace party is a thief most of his family and brothers are in jail either for drug dealing or thefts. He was thrown out from a party not long ago.. This man is no good[/p][/quote]People, primarily taxi drivers as they seem to know everything, have told me the same thing though he is standing in Heaton and not Toller. There are other choices, such as the Green party but I am not sure they have joined up thinking and enough resources to make an impact come election day.[/p][/quote]And I thought Gotham city officials were corrupt....now where's batman when you need him. Seriously all corrupt officials need to be reported and politics needs to be cleaned up ASAP. Not so simple
  • Score: 3

11:01am Tue 20 May 14

Quintilian says...

LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a!
LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a! Quintilian
  • Score: 1

12:03pm Tue 20 May 14

999 number of the beast says...

Quintilian wrote:
LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a!
And who maybe these high ranking police officers and where is your article to back this up?
[quote][p][bold]Quintilian[/bold] wrote: LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a![/p][/quote]And who maybe these high ranking police officers and where is your article to back this up? 999 number of the beast
  • Score: 1

12:11pm Tue 20 May 14

Quintilian says...

999 number of the beast wrote:
Quintilian wrote:
LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a!
And who maybe these high ranking police officers and where is your article to back this up?
You can believe what you want. Bradford is a corrupt city to the core and many know it.
[quote][p][bold]999 number of the beast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quintilian[/bold] wrote: LOL as soon as you talk on the t&a about other councilors on hard drugs, the fact that certain high profile drug dealers are politically protected (that's what the high ranking police officers tell us) and that a lot of drug money went into prime retail spots in Bradford, the threads and posts gets deleted. Positive Bradford eh? Quick, sweep it all to Lumb Lane and maintain the veneer? It is ironic that when you sit in Centenary square you can see kids snorting powders behind Nandos and if you sit there long enough and look unkempt, be offered drugs by random people. LOL, ironic that it is right outside the Council building where some of the politicians also have hard drug habits! Keep covering up the truth t&a![/p][/quote]And who maybe these high ranking police officers and where is your article to back this up?[/p][/quote]You can believe what you want. Bradford is a corrupt city to the core and many know it. Quintilian
  • Score: 0

6:22pm Tue 20 May 14

Quintilian says...

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=pQtDp68xA
Qg

The account which posted the previous link has been removed. This one is more secure. So, if you want to see Galloway show his true colours give it a watch. Here clearly shakes the poor lad and I would have Galloway arrested for assault just for the giggles.
http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=pQtDp68xA Qg The account which posted the previous link has been removed. This one is more secure. So, if you want to see Galloway show his true colours give it a watch. Here clearly shakes the poor lad and I would have Galloway arrested for assault just for the giggles. Quintilian
  • Score: 0

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