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  • Richard Dean 13th Jul '12 - 2:11pm

    Yes indeed, the Balls particle has always seemed to me to be somewhat “bosonic”!

    Mind you, the entire Labour Party seems to be made of very strange quarks. Tories seem to be highly toxic, possibly radioactive, definitely something best seen only in deep underground chambers.

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