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Just keep walking don’t look behind you, don’t make eye contact.
Two boys impersonating policemen one man impersonating the leader of the opposition.
Warning signs to look out for:
• Recognize the signs of a Cunnlife about to strike. These are general, sometimes there may be a strike without these signs because a Cunnlife can bite from any position if needed:
• A Cunnlife in a coiled position — the coil permits the Cunnliffe to make its most effective strike
• The front end of its body (head) is raised
• Its ratter is shaking and making rattle sound
A Cunnliffe’s strike distance can be up to one third to one half of its overall length. It doesn’t pay to underestimate a Cunnliffe’s length, however, and a Cunnliffe might strike farther than you would expect. The strike of a Cunnliffe is faster than the human eye can follow.
One of the three people in this picture was described by Matt McCarten :
”There’s no doubt Cunliffe is a gifted performer. What is discomforting is his every nuance and action seems calculated.
With Shearer you can sense his real character. With Cunliffe, I can’t escape the feeling that he has the same phoniness as the Republican US presidential nominee Mitt Romney”.
Matt, remind me again why I’m walking around playgrounds with cardboard cutouts of toddlers in police gear taped to my hands? And weren’t you going to tell the printers to make sure they had smiles on their faces?