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john culverwell

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19/04/2017 at 19:53

Good programme coming tomorrow night by our two princes on mental health. Who's watching it?

Many footballers suffer from mental health.

I've also been recommended:

http://www.hullcityindependent.net/?page= forum&forum_id=8&thread_id=20024

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Neg_Dupree

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20/04/2017 at 18:26

Operation Keep The Royals Relevant.

Plenty of people have mental health issues. These unelected sponging cunts will try and get involved in anything to keep morons fawning over the monarchy.

12 Big Macs, 8 Cheeseburgers and some fuckin Diddy Donuts. 

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Longrakingballs

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20/04/2017 at 18:48

Get off the fence Neg  

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Neg_Dupree

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20/04/2017 at 18:59

I'm nowhere near buckingham palace. 

12 Big Macs, 8 Cheeseburgers and some fuckin Diddy Donuts. 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/04/2017 at 07:02

Everyone is a victim these fookin days.

No parents, three parents, gay parents, depression, anxiety, brown shit, spice, spice girls reunion, OBE for Victoria.... the list is endless.

You used to just feel shit for a day or two, now it's a virus called intercontinentalnovoherpesclapthingyshit. As a mate once said, have a couple of pints and a good shit and you'll feel better. Amen to that.

If you have an illness fair enough, but the rest just get off the bandwagon.

I'm voting Neg_Dupree in the election btw. 

Bunkers Hill - See you in the next life 

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normantony

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21/04/2017 at 09:13

'Make it look like a car crash' - alleged famous royal quote from that time, although uncredited  

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21/04/2017 at 10:35

Sounds like the new 'bad back' to me.

Another to add to the list after

1) Would you like to be gay?
2) Would you like to change sex?

To those with GENUINE problems hope you get all the help you need, to those using it as your latest excuse, RAUS. 

Fuck the short term we will build a 1000 year Hull City Reich 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/04/2017 at 14:34

Nice one Imp.

Surely there is some lie detector test you can run through people at stage one, e.g.

Look at patient directly and ask, are you a moaning fucker with nothing else to dream up, having not turned out to be a shifty transsexual Corbyn fan?

If the answer is yes, treatment. If no, they are a moaning fucker with nothing else to dream up, having not turned out to be a shifty transsexual Corbyn fan.

Piece of piss this NHS stuff. 

Bunkers Hill - See you in the next life 

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essexgull

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21/04/2017 at 16:40

Quote Quote by RichardCheatham - City AFC on 21/04/2017 at 07:02
Everyone is a victim these fookin days.

No parents, three parents, gay parents, depression, anxiety, brown shit, spice, spice girls reunion, OBE for Victoria.... the list is endless.

You used to just feel shit for a day or two, now it's a virus called intercontinentalnovoherpesclapthingyshit. As a mate once said, have a couple of pints and a good shit and you'll feel better. Amen to that.

If you have an illness fair enough, but the rest just get off the bandwagon.

I'm voting Neg_Dupree in the election btw.


It's not about being a victim, it's about suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorders after the unexpected violent death of a parent.

Suicide is now the biggest killer of UK men under 40 now, so clearly it's not just 'gay, transgender' types inventing problems for the NHS to solve...

150 years ago, viruses and bacteria were relatively unknown killers because they couldn't be seen by the human eye or easily explained by medical science at the time, so there's no reason why mental disorders and brain chemical imbalances won't have a direct physiological reason to be discovered and examined in the near future.


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Neg_Dupree

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21/04/2017 at 19:00

I wouldnt have a problem with the monarchy if they paid their own way but they take millions off the taxpayer when they don't have to.

Parasites. 

12 Big Macs, 8 Cheeseburgers and some fuckin Diddy Donuts. 

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22/04/2017 at 04:53

Quote Quote by Neg_Dupree on 20/04/2017 at 18:26
Operation Keep The Royals Relevant.

Plenty of people have mental health issues. These unelected sponging cunts will try and get involved in anything to keep morons fawning over the monarchy.



Lots of people feel stigmatised by mental health problems. They shouldn't. I know there are normal things that are, what's the word... erm, erm, can't remember - made into illnesses when they're not (what's that bleeping word???), but that's not the point; having a member of the Royal family admitting to such difficulties - much like when Dean Windass told the press about his problems - can be a great help in getting people to see help they need. 

>>>>> 11th season in exile <<<<< 

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22/04/2017 at 08:58

Quote Quote by Neg_Dupree on 20/04/2017 at 18:26
Operation Keep The Royals Relevant.

Plenty of people have mental health issues. These unelected sponging cunts will try and get involved in anything to keep morons fawning over the monarchy.



Lots of people feel stigmatised by mental health problems. They shouldn't. I know there are normal things that are, what's the word... erm, erm, can't remember - made into illnesses when they're not (what's that bleeping word???), but that's not the point; having a member of the Royal family admitting to such difficulties - much like when Dean Windass told the press about his problems - can be a great help in getting people to see help they need.

As for the monarchy, its downsides are as nothing compared to the downsides of having a president as head of state. 

>>>>> 11th season in exile <<<<< 

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22/04/2017 at 13:27

Quote Quote by Neg_Dupree on 20/04/2017 at 18:26
Operation Keep The Royals Relevant.

Plenty of people have mental health issues. These unelected sponging cunts will try and get involved in anything to keep morons fawning over the monarchy.



Lots of people feel stigmatised by mental health problems. They shouldn't. I know there are normal things that are, what's the word... erm, erm, can't remember - made into illnesses when they're not (what's that bleeping word???), but that's not the point; having a member of the Royal family admitting to such difficulties - much like when Dean Windass told the press about his problems - can be a great help in getting people to see help they need.

As for the monarchy, its downsides are as nothing compared to the downsides of having a president as head of state. 

>>>>> 11th season in exile <<<<< 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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23/04/2017 at 00:11

Apparently, Princess Kate can empathise and understand how Harry feels regarding his depression as she too "comes to terms with being a mother"

Hmmm... try coming to terms with it while having to hold down a job on minimum wage, no prospects, no holidays and the gas bill having just arrived you patronising twat.

As for that unexpected death... I'm sure he noticed the difference, having lived under a different roof mostly while she was bobbing about in the Med on a luxury yacht or three.

Not a nice thing that happened to her but FFS, life isn't a daily grind for the fella. Never was. Needs to grow up. 

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23/04/2017 at 08:56

Quote Quote by theotherphantom on 22/04/2017 at 13:27


Lots of people feel stigmatised by mental health problems. They shouldn't. I know there are normal things that are, what's the word... erm, erm, can't remember - made into illnesses when they're not (what's that bleeping word???), but that's not the point; having a member of the Royal family admitting to such difficulties - much like when Dean Windass told the press about his problems - can be a great help in getting people to see help they need.

As for the monarchy, its downsides are as nothing compared to the downsides of having a president as head of state.


Pathologising?

Hull has its own sudden elegancies. People are slow to leave it, quick to return. And there are others who come, as they think, for a year or two, and stay a lifetime, sensing that they have found a city that is in the world yet sufficiently on the edge of it to have a different resonance 

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