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    (Original post by joe3469)
    Right I have 151 posts, now why won't it let me vote. I've been on TSR since May 10 so I meet both the criteria. I understand the aims is to prevent unfair methods but it is really obstructive to n00bs who are legitimately interested.
    Hey,

    Send a private message to the user Metrobeans - He is the speaker of the House and will help you out.

    Additionally, it may be because you've only recently come into the 150+ message mark. So don't fret
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    (Original post by Stricof)
    Hey,

    Send a private message to the user Metrobeans - He is the speaker of the House and will help you out.

    Additionally, it may be because you've only recently come into the 150+ message mark. So don't fret
    Cool thanks dude. Just PM'd him.
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    (Original post by joe3469)
    Cool thanks dude. Just PM'd him.
    Good luck dude
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    VOTE CONSERVATIVES!!

    Please
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    I'm impresed that you actually made an animated gif, what did you use to make it?


    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    And what would an election be without a good, old-fashioned smear campaign;

    This from Ham & Cheese; Labour's Shadow Health Secretary.

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    From this evening in the Common's Bar.





    From 2 weeks ago:
    :rofl: I didn't know we were allowed to fight dirty :ninja:


    (Original post by paddy__power)
    I'm definitely voting Labour then

    :ninja:
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Rep Sweets for everyone who votes Labour.

    :p:
    Give me the sweets and I won't slash your car tyres.


    (Original post by Indievertigo)
    Which party leaders have sent out mass pms?
    Our Lib Dem leader has

    (Original post by joe3469)
    Well I need 144 more then I can vote

    (Original post by joe3469)
    Right I have 151 posts, now why won't it let me vote. I've been on TSR since May 10 so I meet both the criteria. I understand the aims is to prevent unfair methods but it is really obstructive to n00bs who are legitimately interested.
    Good effort in making up that many posts in such a short time. You probably did hella trolling to get there though
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)

    Good effort in making up that many posts in such a short time. You probably did hella trolling to get there though
    He did hence the warnings and neg rep
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    He did hence the warnings and neg rep
    Hey that's a bit unfair :P
    95% + were legit and not trolling/spam
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    Wooo Labour!
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    I'm impresed that you actually made an animated gif, what did you use to make it?




    :rofl: I didn't know we were allowed to fight dirty :ninja:




    Someone else made it, I wouldn't know where to start lol!
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Give me the sweets and I won't slash your car tyres.




    Our Lib Dem leader has






    Good effort in making up that many posts in such a short time. You probably did hella trolling to get there though
    I don't drive ;]
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    (Original post by joe3469)
    Hey that's a bit unfair :P
    95% + were legit and not trolling/spam
    You joined a party?

    I'm not saying you should join Labour, but should definitely come get involved
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    Anyone know how we're doing compared to last time? 124 votes in the first 2 days isn't particularly encouraging, especially since voting decreases as the days go on. I still say we should have a mass admin PM to all TSRers.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    You joined a party?

    I'm not saying you should join Labour, but should definitely come get involved
    I'd like to join a party and be involved more in this. If I were to join one it would probably be socialist. How left is the model HoC labour party because I do have a love for Old Labour though (Nye Bevan, Michael Foot, Tony Benn etc) but since the Blair/Brown era they have become sell outs (even though in a real election I would still vote for them just to keep out the tories)
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    Anyone know how we're doing compared to last time? 124 votes in the first 2 days isn't particularly encouraging, especially since voting decreases as the days go on. I still say we should have a mass admin PM to all TSRers.
    I totally back my right honourable friend in terms of a mass admin PM to all TSR users! Love the banner!
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    (Original post by joe3469)
    I'd like to join a party and be involved more in this. If I were to join one it would probably be socialist. How left is the model HoC labour party because I do have a love for Old Labour though (Nye Bevan, Michael Foot, Tony Benn etc) but since the Blair/Brown era they have become sell outs (even though in a real election I would still vote for them just to keep out the tories)
    Each individual member is different, and the party is accepting of people as long as their opinions are broadly compatible. We have some people who would claim to be socialists and some who are clearly Newlabour so you would fit in fine. You may well find that the socialist party is more to your taste though and I'm sure you would enjoy it in there as well. Stricof is my ex-bf you see.

    Your best bet is probably to look at the legislation both parties have produced (you can do this by going to the HOC subforum) and see what you agree with more. You can also ask specific questions on where we stand in "ask the..." threads. Finally you should come and post in our chat thread as well "The Commons Bar" where you will often find me, in the corner, pissed.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    and some who are clearly Newlabour.
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    He's already signed up for us. :coma:
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    Stricof is my ex-bf you see..
    :laugh:
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    (Original post by Stricof)
    He's already signed up for us. :coma::laugh:
    Awesome, glad to have another member who will hopefully be active

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    go labour!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
 
 
 
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