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Only in America eh :rolleyes:

Newt Gingrich ( :lol: ) A prospective challenger for the role of the worlds most powerful man :rolleyes:

What is it with the Americans and idiotic names :confused:

Beam me ******* up Scottie :cheese:
 

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I saw Ken Livinstone at Dartmouth castle a couple of years ago. It was nearly as surreal as the time I saw Arthur Scargill at Belfast city airport wearing a trilby and looking like a dead ringer for Paul Daniels.
 

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I saw Ken Livinstone at Dartmouth castle a couple of years ago. It was nearly as surreal as the time I saw Arthur Scargill at Belfast city airport wearing a trilby and looking like a dead ringer for Paul Daniels.
The mind boggles at the very thought :eek: :lol:
 
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Lots of anagrams to Newt Gingrich. Back in the late '60s/early '70s the US Vice-President was Spiro Agnew, he was renamed Grow A Pen** by some of the US military.
 
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Newt Gingrich is actually short for Newton Gingernut-Richtea. But he didn't want to sound like he was quintessentially posh-English because he'd never get elected.
 

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Lots of anagrams to Newt Gingrich. Back in the late '60s/early '70s the US Vice-President was Spiro Agnew, he was renamed Grow A Pen** by some of the US military.
Newt Gingrich is actually short for Newton Gingernut-Richtea. But he didn't want to sound like he was quintessentially posh-English because he'd never get elected.
:lol::lol::lol:
 
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