Then I must be imagining that the multitude of pages in this thread do not exist. The posts and the words they contain - every single one of them - are all in my head.<quoted text>
You have the imagination that insists they do, SuperFAG.
Is that the case? Is this thread only a few posts long? Do they only contain the posts you do not ignore? Tell me - just how does reality function in Barefootland?
"No one" living soul is surprised that you have never shown where a bet was agreed.<quoted text>
No one living soul is surprised you Britished out of the bet, SuperFAG.
You avoid this like the plague despite giving lectures about the importance of providing quotes.
That is because, manchild, you are lying through your teeth about a bet taking place. And you know it just as much as everybody else.
Yet you refuse to let go of this scant victory and address the point that both words are meant to convey.<quoted text>
You are a m/r c/s liar, SuperFAG.
As I said... from unanimous... it becomes "popular".
You know full well what the point was, and how it, along with the other points (Macmillan being a Conservative, an MP) all demonstrate that your claim that Macmillan's appointment as PM being a blow to British democracy is laughable.
Yet you, with the one meagre pawn, still declare victory.
"Okay, I know you took my bishops, my rooks, all my pawns, my knights, my Queen, and cornered my King with a check-mate, but I took your pawn so nyeh, I win!"<quoted text>
Funny how that is, SF.
Review: Macmillan was the unanimous choice of the sitting Conservative cabinet; he was duly appointed the new PM.
But of course, no one here would expect anything less of someone who tried to Britished his way out of a bet.
Same old Barefoot, being deliberately obtuse to avoid the argument.