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Thursday 5th April, 2007 11:48 Comments: 2
An election pack issued by Bournemouth Borough Council stated that "lunatics and idiots" and "deaf and dumb persons" were disqualified from standing. Matt Pitcher, electoral services officer, said it was a mistake and that the terminology was allegedly taken directly from election law dating back to 1766 (although I can't seem to find anything using Google). The information pack has been amended and the council apologised for "any offence which may have been caused". Which is a shame otherwise it might have kept Fab out of office (have you seen his crazy driving?). ;)
Avatar Yamahito - Thursday 5th April, 2007 12:04
I think Fab's mouth is doing a fine job of keeping him out of office without any help from his eyes or ears :)
Avatar Fab - Monday 9th April, 2007 11:11
Hey that is what spokespersons are for!

Wait until I get an even faster car and then I will show you lunatic driving! lol
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