Re: Gordon Brown (2)

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Re: Gordon Brown (2)

Let me get this straight. His party hasn't elected him, the country hasn't elected him, yet he still gets to be President. Sounds like a tinpot Commie dictatorship to me.

You could say that, Chad. Norman Brown doesn't really like anyone being given the chance to vote on anything.

Someone must have voted for him, some time.
Oh, yes. He was elected to the House of Lords by his constituents in Scotlandland.

He's Scoddish, then?
That's a big Ten-Four, Chad.
So is he President of Scotlandland, too?

No, that's a guy called

Let me get this straight. His party hasn't elected him, the country hasn't elected him, yet he still gets to be President. Sounds like a tinpot Commie dictatorship to me.

You could say that, Chad. Norman Brown doesn't really like anyone being given the chance to vote on anything.

Someone must have voted for him, some time.
Oh, yes. He was elected to the House of Lords by his constituents in Scotlandland.

He's Scoddish, then?
That's a big Ten-Four, Chad.
So is he President of Scotlandland, too?

No, that's a guy called Alan Salmon.
Hang on, if Brown's from Scotlandland, how can he be President of Englandland?
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Hang on, if Brown's from Scotlandland, how can he be President of Englandland?
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Q1 What is the meaning of " Ten-Four"?


Q2 Who is Alan Salmon? What is the link between PM Brown and Alan Salmon?
 

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Re: Gordon Brown (2)

1 Ten-four = yes
2 Alex Salmond is the First Minister of Scotland
 
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