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PAUL  ANDREWS

dont be ill when you are 60 plus and they are still wanting you to work you pay into the system and they still want their pound of flesh i did the merchant of venice as a fresh faced youth of 17 for my G C E S THE KEY TO THE FUTURE i was told what a load of crap that was no work no future what a country its turned into made worse by a labour goverment under tory blair oops i mean tony i work for jp morgans blair now i am 60 i can look back with fading hope to a past age of work your guts out for sod all megre pay and we are promised a better tomorrow where have i heard that before so to the young and out of work and those who carnt find a job dont worry you wil live longer and enjoy the prosperity of a nation turning on itself and you might even live to 100 and be allowed to draw a pension in this demi paradise

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