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Old 02-10-2013, 07:17
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Only last week she was ''renting in Stockwell''. So, is it Stockwell, or is it Brixton?

With Liz I suppose it's wherever's trendiest at the time of writing.
Chantrey Road is in SW9, so that would make it Stockwell. Brixton is SW2. This is according to Royal Mail postcodes.
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:13
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I'm afraid I have got very much out of the Liz Jones loop. What happened to her milk business, in which the male cattle would be kept as pets until their natural death? Is it still a going concern? In fact was it ever?

Edit: seems to be still around. http://www.farmaround.co.uk/shop.php?item=8 Only one farm though, so the tiniest of tiny niche markets.
Actually, both Jonesey's 'businesses' are now non-trading. Farmaround has Isobel Thing as director (plus one other) but not Jonesey. Net assets at last audit 700-ish.
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:42
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Actually, both Jonesey's 'businesses' are now non-trading. Farmaround has Isobel Thing as director (plus one other) but not Jonesey. Net assets at last audit 700-ish.
They obviously haven't updated their website then.

Here too.

http://www.goodfoodnation.co.uk/cow-nation.php

http://www.goodfoodnation.co.uk/hen-nation.php

'Available from Selfridges & Co' and at double the price of ordinary milk it's a niche market all right.
What do they feed them on? Gold plated grass and grain?
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Old 02-10-2013, 14:36
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Now Cow Nation is no more what of the fate of all those cows who were promised a home for life and a pension when their milk dried up? No doubt Liz will take them all in and care (!) for them along with her other 113 other animals. Truth is the poor things have probably already met another fate now they are surplus to requirements.
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Old 02-10-2013, 15:25
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Now Cow Nation is no more what of the fate of all those cows who were promised a home for life and a pension when their milk dried up? No doubt Liz will take them all in and care (!) for them along with her other 113 other animals. Truth is the poor things have probably already met another fate now they are surplus to requirements.
They've probably been transformed into a buttery soft leather jacket for her.....
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Old 02-10-2013, 15:35
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They've probably been transformed into a buttery soft leather jacket for her.....
Hehehehehe - cruel, just cruel
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Old 02-10-2013, 16:24
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They've probably been transformed into a buttery soft leather jacket for her.....
It's what they would have wanted
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Old 06-10-2013, 09:11
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It seems M Scrace's ex has been reading Digital Spy?

' Some of my previous status updates have mysteriously been deleted. How can this be so! Said posts were quoted in a forum online too? '
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Old 06-10-2013, 10:02
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The latest Dreary... I have but five words:

Shark well and truly jumped.
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Old 06-10-2013, 10:12
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She's managed to bring Hamzah Khans tragic death into her column not with sympathy but by comparing social services losing contact with his mother to her being 'hounded' by, amongst others, John Lewis - unbelievable
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Old 06-10-2013, 10:52
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No screwed up, uptight person of any sex goes from being bitter, twisted and nasty about the world, to someone who's all clouds and butterflies and speaking like a pre-pubescent Bunty reader.

She's also gone from someone who wouldn't let the erstwhile 'RSBF'see her naked to someone who's dropped her Hanro drawers after two dates.

Either a large bang on Liz's head has taken place or work experience girls are now writing this stuff.
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Old 06-10-2013, 13:32
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She's got a fairly large problem, though she may not realise it: Scrace is undeniably a real person and unless this current liaison is purely for mutual financial benefit - or even if it isn't - and he's as batty as his alleged texts indicate, there'll be tears before bedtime at some point.

Of course, the truly, truly horrific aspect of all this isn't the thought of Jones in the midst of passionate congress* (although TBF, it turns my stomach) but that this weeks pre-teen dribble was published at all in anything other than someone's blog or, as rightly stated above, an issue of Bunty.

[* - doubtless squeaking "memememememememememe" crescendo]
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Old 06-10-2013, 15:18
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I certainly hope there is some financial reward in it for Mr Scrace, seeing as he wrote about half of this week's so-called diary! We shall see, I suppose, in 3 or 4 weeks' time, whether he can stomach this kind of invasion of his privacy in publishing his texts in the national press? If they remain a couple, I for one will assume that either that he has no self-respect, or that it is merely a financial arrangement (and therefore that he has no self-respect).

Interesting though that he speaks in the same stilted style as the RS did, complete with the random segues: 'I love only you. I see only you. I want only you. I have only you. What's your stance on molluscs?' My personal opinion is that he has given his consent for her to use his name and then make up whatever old cr@p she chooses. Which let's face it, would be preferable to spending any actual time with her.
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Old 06-10-2013, 18:02
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Interesting though that he speaks in the same stilted style as the RS did, complete with the random segues: 'I love only you. I see only you. I want only you. I have only you. What's your stance on molluscs?' .
It's painful, isn't it? I almost had to read it with my hands over my eyes.

"If love is so wonderful, why do I hurt and feel sad?"

"I'm not just interested, I am captivated."

"Yippee: I already know what you will be wearing next year: a smile."

"Good morning, my intelligent, beautiful, sexy woman."

...And let's not forget that classic and entirely believable line about past lovers: "I, regrettably, can claim more but none better". Have you ever met a man who even SPEAKS in this way, let alone composes text messages in such a style?

Whatever this chap is getting out of this cringeworthy exposure, it can't possibly be worth it. How will he ever be able to look anyone in the eye again?
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Old 06-10-2013, 18:18
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It's painful, isn't it? I almost had to read it with my hands over my eyes.

"If love is so wonderful, why do I hurt and feel sad?"

"I'm not just interested, I am captivated."

"Yippee: I already know what you will be wearing next year: a smile."

"Good morning, my intelligent, beautiful, sexy woman."

...And let's not forget that classic and entirely believable line about past lovers: "I, regrettably, can claim more but none better". Have you ever met a man who even SPEAKS in this way, let alone composes text messages in such a style?

Whatever this chap is getting out of this cringeworthy exposure, it can't possibly be worth it. How will he ever be able to look anyone in the eye again?
Wasnt it absolutely awful? I cringed all the way through it. Now, whilst I can possibly believe that Mr Scrase doesnt read the Diary, I doubt this stance encompasses everyone he knows so many people will have. How can he permit this to be published? I dont know the guy, but surely no self respecting chap would allow himself to be exposed like this?

And what of the innocent people at the WAGFree Bakery? His business partner? Their staff? Who decided for them that they should be dragged into the reflected spotlight in this way? Beyond grim. I feel sorry for them.

Still, at least this week we were spared the actual gory details of ponytail pulling.

Run David! Run!
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Old 06-10-2013, 18:30
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Liz Jones' latest bunch of attention seeking tripe has left me feeling a tad murderous.
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Old 06-10-2013, 21:18
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Wasnt it absolutely awful? I cringed all the way through it. Now, whilst I can possibly believe that Mr Scrase doesnt read the Diary, I doubt this stance encompasses everyone he knows so many people will have. How can he permit this to be published? I dont know the guy, but surely no self respecting chap would allow himself to be exposed like this?

And what of the innocent people at the WAGFree Bakery? His business partner? Their staff? Who decided for them that they should be dragged into the reflected spotlight in this way? Beyond grim. I feel sorry for them.

Still, at least this week we were spared the actual gory details of ponytail pulling.

Run David! Run!
His adult offspring for instance.
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Old 06-10-2013, 21:39
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His adult offspring for instance.
I noticed a comment on the Diary a couple of hours ago about 2 kids. This gem had clearly passed me by in recent weeks, or maybe my eyes had glazed over in abject horror and I blanked it at the time.

I cannot imagine reading my fathers texts in a semi pornographic diary column. I would have to leave the country in shame. How awful is that for them? To read THAT?

*shudders*
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Old 07-10-2013, 06:44
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It's painful, isn't it? I almost had to read it with my hands over my eyes.

"If love is so wonderful, why do I hurt and feel sad?"

"I'm not just interested, I am captivated."

"Yippee: I already know what you will be wearing next year: a smile."

"Good morning, my intelligent, beautiful, sexy woman."

...And let's not forget that classic and entirely believable line about past lovers: "I, regrettably, can claim more but none better". Have you ever met a man who even SPEAKS in this way, let alone composes text messages in such a style?

Whatever this chap is getting out of this cringeworthy exposure, it can't possibly be worth it. How will he ever be able to look anyone in the eye again?
None better? Ha!

So we're expected to believe that she's gone from someone who refused to remove her top whilst in bed with the FRS to the best David Scrace has ever had?

Again - ha!
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Old 07-10-2013, 11:24
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I noticed a comment on the Diary a couple of hours ago about 2 kids. This gem had clearly passed me by in recent weeks, or maybe my eyes had glazed over in abject horror and I blanked it at the time.

I cannot imagine reading my fathers texts in a semi pornographic diary column. I would have to leave the country in shame. How awful is that for them? To read THAT?

*shudders*
From looking at his Facebook page it looks like David Martin Scrace's son is a (rather good looking compared with his raddled old dad) model for Abercrombie & Fitch.
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Old 07-10-2013, 12:30
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I certainly hope there is some financial reward in it for Mr Scrace, seeing as he wrote about half of this week's so-called diary! We shall see, I suppose, in 3 or 4 weeks' time, whether he can stomach this kind of invasion of his privacy in publishing his texts in the national press? If they remain a couple, I for one will assume that either that he has no self-respect, or that it is merely a financial arrangement (and therefore that he has no self-respect).

Interesting though that he speaks in the same stilted style as the RS did, complete with the random segues: 'I love only you. I see only you. I want only you. I have only you. What's your stance on molluscs?' My personal opinion is that he has given his consent for her to use his name and then make up whatever old cr@p she chooses. Which let's face it, would be preferable to spending any actual time with her.

Yes he did write the bulk of it. I wonder if I can get a columnist job just by reproducing all my text and whassup messages. Nice work if you can get it.
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Old 07-10-2013, 12:56
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I couldn't even be bothered to read this weeks drivel. Boring beyond belief, and I can't believe she is paid a fortune for just printing so called texts.
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Old 07-10-2013, 14:32
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Funny how all of Liz's relationships (official count 2 and a half) seem to be conducted almost entirely by text messages and in detailed flowing style prose including punctuation. At their age they would both be suffering from severe RSI after 5 minutes. Like the RS are they doomed never to be in the same place at the same time? I initially felt sorry for Mr Scrace but by now he knows exactly what he has let himself in for. My sympathy is now entirely for his work colleagues and family.
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Old 13-10-2013, 14:46
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He says he loves her apparently in today's bizarre offering:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/....html#comments
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Old 13-10-2013, 14:48
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And from the cafe's face book page ................ As some may be aware, one of us has recently taken up with someone from his past, who has since become a notorious columnist on a newspaper neither of us reads. Apparently she exposes her private life (and hence, David's) in her column in great detail.
But it has absolutely nothing to do with this business, which exists to provide great food to people - like David, who has coeliac disease - who can't eat wheat or gluten.

I don't think it's fair to our hard-working staff or to the many people who come here to find out about our bread, pies, cakes and pastries to hijack this page to make facetious comments about anyone, even obliquely. I will, therefore, delete such posts immediately. Although some of them have made me giggle.

(And in response to the rumour that has been reported to me, that the said paper has paid for our new production kitchen, all I can say is, "I wish....")
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