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Cloudtag homophobe and ignoramus of the day - Greg Brittan

By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 8 December 2016

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Of all the Cloudtag (CTAG) lunatics out there, Greg Brittan has to be the stupidest and also the most homophobic.It seems quite common among Cloudtag supporters on twitter to label someone "gay" as a term of abuse but Greg is obsessed about the subject. Almost every other tweet refers to a homosexual act, someones anus or a claim that someone else is gay.

Clearly the chap is not entirely comfortable with his own sexuality and has also not twigged that it is 2016 not 1916 and nearly all of us, rightly, regard being gay as just the way some folks are. But not Greg.

As well as thinking I am gay which I am not but who cares, Greg also seems to think I own a restaurant. Thankfully I do not as is well documented. I bought a heavily loss making gaffee, turned it around and sold it at a profit. There is no disgrace in that is there?

Yet Greg spent much of last night trying to order a pizza from me on twitter and thinking that was funny. And then early this moring he tweeted the tweet below. I suggest Cloudtag holds is next AGM in a venue on Old Compton Street. that would really confuse poor Greg.

I wonder does Greg's employer know how he spends his day? 

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