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Everything posted by RenegadeFurther

  1. What's got you flummoxed today?

    You still don't get it. It is truly remarkable.    Ulster is owned by the IRFU (Irish Rugby Football Union). Ulster players play for Ireland.  The Irish Rugby Football Union tells Ulster what players they can sign. In rugby terms Ulster is part of the Irish Rugby Football Union and part of the Ireland rugby community.    Let me highlight your cluelessness. You think that if Wales play England in the Rugby World Cup Final it would be perfectly okay to have an Engliah referee because Cardiff is part of the UK.   Or having an English referee manage a Scotland v England match because Edinburgh is in the UK.   Am I correct here in thinking that you don't have a clue?
  2. What's got you flummoxed today?

      Do you see the issue here? Do you see your contradictions?    
  3. What's got you flummoxed today?

      If you don`t know what you are talking about then please do not involve yourself . There is absolutely no reason whatsoever for you to comment here when it is very clear you do not know what you are talking about.   The team represents the IRFU Ulster Branch, which is one of the four primary branches of the IRFU and is responsible for rugby union throughout the geographical Irish province of Ulster, comprising Northern Ireland and three counties in the Republic of Ireland which are Donegal, Monaghan and Caven.   in rugby terms,   The Ireland national rugby union team represents the island of Ireland (including both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) in rugby union.
  4. What's got you flummoxed today?

      Regarding my "What got me flummoxed" from yesterday, here is the article,   Such a big call by the Pro 14.
  5. What's got you flummoxed today?

    You have a Pro 14 semi final on Friday between Glasgow v Ulster and you have an Irish referee .   When the Ireland Rugby national rugby team is represented by players from Ulster why would you have an Irish referee refereeing this match?  
  6. What are the legal implications here?   If samfromberlin gets a residency permit as he has been here for longer than 5 years but samfromMunich does not who has also been here for also longer than 5 years.   Is immigration not done at a Federal level or am I missing something?
  7. Brexit: The fallout

      This election was horrific for Labour, you have the worst Government in history and you still can`t make a net gain.    
  8. My new Job contract terms and conditions

    Do you have any other job offers? Do you already have a job?
  9. Bank no longer accepting my iTan numbers

      I pay 10 euros a month.   I suggest that rather than get angry maybe change supplier.   500 Euros a year what were you thinking.
  10. What's got you flummoxed today?

    Because they both live in a parallel universe
  11. Brexit: The fallout

    Jacob Rees Moggs seat in Somerset.   LIB DEMS: 67% CONSERVATIVES: 28% LABOUR: 5% The turnout was 54%   Looks like he is out next General election.
  12. Brexit: The fallout

    Another stunning result. Altrincham (Trafford) result: Grn: 61.3% (+49.3) Con: 27.3% (-26.2) Lab: 8.1% (-15.9) LDem: 3.3% (-7.3) Grn GAIN from Con.    
  13. Brexit: The fallout

    Labour MPs have already started saying, it is not Brexit but Corbyn.
  14. Brexit: The fallout

    Wow.   Darton East (Barnsley) result: LDem: 70.5% (+64.0) Lab: 21.9% (-28.5) Con: 7.6% (-12.5) LDem GAIN from Lab.   This is sensational considering Barnsley voted to leave by 68.3% to 31.7%.
  15. Bank no longer accepting my iTan numbers

    I do my online banking with a card reader. 
  16. Bank no longer accepting my iTan numbers

    I had this option and was told that every SMS the bank sent me would cost 10 cents. You should really check if this is the case in your case. I am not sure the bank would absorb this cost.
  17. Bank no longer accepting my iTan numbers

    Don't you have to pay something like 10 cent for every SMS sent?
  18. Bank no longer accepting my iTan numbers

    New EU regulation meaning after September the paper tan thing can no longer be used. Yes it is done at the EU level so affects every bank in the EU. You should have had a warning saying something like on the 3rd log in the itan can not be used. Strange you never had that.
  19.   I want to add something here. If people here do have tightening in their chest, PLEASE ask for a blood test. In my case, the ECG showed nothing, it was the blood test which showed that the muscle around the heart was dying. 
  20. Marriage in Germany - British citizens re-marrying

      I am not so sure why you are blaming the Standesamt here. I had to go through a 6-8 month process of getting my divorce recognized in Germany. The Standesamt made it very clear that even if I do get married abroad, i will still need to get my divorce recognized in Germany. There are no guarantees that the Finanazamt or any other German institution accept your foreign marriage without it first being recognised by the Standesamt and for it to be accepted by the Standesamt you will still have to submit all the documentation they are asking for.
  21. Marriage in Germany - British citizens re-marrying

      @Deutschland Debs, regardless of what the ridiculous posters on this thread say, getting married abroad will not solve your problem.    Your marriage and your previous divorce will still have to be recognized in Germany and you will still have to submit the same documentation.    There are no guarantees that the rentenversicherung will accept your foreign marriage as an example.   Unfortunately here there are no short cuts, what the Standesamt are asking for you should really just submit.
  22. Brexit: The fallout

    Brexiteers get a hard Brexit and she can tell the Remainers that she tried but the EU would not give an extension.
  23. Moving into a New Built Flat

    So, they are now going to fix the damage in the flat above with regards to the leakage caused by the faulty washing machine connection.. The noise levels with this work will be extremely high. Now if I had rented the flat i could have got some sort of rent reduction.   Does anyone know if homeowners can claim some sort of compensation from the developer?
  24. Moving into a New Built Flat

    So I soon move into a new built flat and the developer has asked whether I wish to do a formal or an informal inspection.   The informal inspection is that I see the flat with a surveyor and then 1 week  later I pick up the keys. The developer prefers this.   The formal inspection is that I also see the flat with a surveyor and if the surveyor decides there are faults then the developer has 2 weeks to fix the faults before handing over the keys.   The informal inspection (I can move in quicker) will happen earlier, while the formal inspection is that the faults will be fixed quicker.   I am thinking of going for the informal inspection as I have a 5 year warranty on the flat and I would like to move quicker.   Does anyone see a drawback going for the informal inspection ? 
  25. Brexit: The fallout

    Theresa May and the Brexiteers want Brexit but to blame the EU for it.   What a better way to say to the public when they crash out, it was the EU which did not give us an extension. I suspect May would want the EU not to give the extension as it would save her party.