Brexit: The fallout

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4 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

 

Always remember, you never know with whom you're chatting on the web.

 

Very true. But what has this to do with the topic at hand as opposed to any other topic?

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2 minutes ago, Kommentarlos said:

I do not discount that Brexit could be the best solution for the UK as a whole moving forward. I am a tively looking at ways to make Brexit my best personal solution moving forward.

 

The one indicator you need to watch globally is the price of gold, secondarily silver and bitcoin. When gold hits 2000 dollars an ounce will be the signal.

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10 minutes ago, Kommentarlos said:

 

Very true. But what has this to do with the topic at hand as opposed to any other topic?

 

Report it. See where that gets you. By the way, this is rich from you after you couldn't resist your chatty post on the Vent being total crap to another poster for no good reason. Join a new brass band indeed. Ah, but I see that got pulled. Sort yourself out, bud.

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17 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

@El Jeffo lots of people say lots of things as though witnesses and screenshots don't exist.

 

Always remember, you never know with whom you're chatting on the web.

 

If you're trying to sound menacing, it is not working.   I'm laughing.  :lol:

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1 minute ago, balticus said:

 

If you're trying to sound menacing, it is not working.   I'm laughing.  :lol:

 

Nope, just saying. If you felt like you had to jump back at me when I wasn't talking to you, well, that's on you and your mindfulness.

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23 minutes ago, balticus said:

Brexit (depending on the implementation)

 

"depending on the implementation" is exactly the point here isn't it?

The "implementation" to fill individual pockets seems the norm.

 

But look on the bright side: we don't have the NRA in the UK!

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18 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

 

Always remember, you never know with whom you're chatting on the web.

 

Very true. But what has this to do with the topic at hand as opposed to any other topic?

 

3 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

 

Report it. See where that gets you.

 

You seem to have misunderstood the question. Why is this particularly relevant for the Brexit thread in your opinion? 

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1 minute ago, dom said:

 

But look on the bright side: we don't have the NRA in the UK!

 

That is something I appreciate.

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Just now, dom said:

 

"depending on the implementation" is exactly the point here isn't it?

The "implementation" to fill individual pockets seems the norm.

 

But look on the bright side: we don't have the NRA in the UK!

 

Balty's position is that everyone is corrupt and awful so everyone is justified in being corrupt and awful. Honor, integrity, faithfulness to the public, and veracity never entered his...erm, her mind.

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10 minutes ago, Kommentarlos said:

 

 

You seem to have misunderstood the question. Why is this particularly relevant for the Brexit thread in your opinion? 

 

The exact same thing your snotting off on the Vent had to do with that thread. Good for the goose...uhm, gander. You can keep it coming and keep getting the same answer. Retort or report, as the saying goes.

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9 minutes ago, dom said:

 

"depending on the implementation" is exactly the point here isn't it?

The "implementation" to fill individual pockets seems the norm.

 

The implementation dependency  in question is "hard Brexit" or "negotiated Brexit".   

 

If both the EU and the UK do not soften their positions there will be pain on both sides.  

 

Petty corruption happens on all sides.   It is not right, but there is no sense getting hung up on it.    Anyone who liked U2 before the Panama Papers were released probably still likes U2.    

 

9 minutes ago, dom said:

But look on the bright side: we don't have the NRA in the UK!

 

What does that have to do with our discussion?   

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There it is: Both sides are bad. All sides are bad. Nothing you do matters. Don't vote.

 

And balty wonders how we track him from account to account. The forum handles change, but the bullshit never does.

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26 minutes ago, hooperski said:

You're stockpiling bodybags and medicine, but hey, cheap booze and fags

They obviously expect the excessive smoking & drinking, brought on by brexit, will increase the death rate... :rolleyes:

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27 minutes ago, murphaph said:

As suspected, that 6 page "report" is a very short executive summary really. The detailed stuff has NOT been released by HMG who are playing games again...

 

It could be a disaster. urgent supplies of Bratwurst to the UK could cease, meaning no more Eurosausage and we have to survive on British sausages.

 

 

 

8 minutes ago, balticus said:

Anyone who liked U2 before the Panama Papers were released probably still likes U2.    

 

Actually if you look into Paul David Hewson's dealings, especially in Africa, you might find he isn't St. Bono.

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2 hours ago, balticus said:


 

If the 4.5 billion is actually trillion, then the short position of these funds is around twice the market cap (2.2 trillion) of all the stocks on the FTSE.    

 

The market cap of all FTSE stocks in aggregate is more than 2.2 billion pounds.  

 

No scenario relying on a mix up would make sense. 

 

Why do you write 4.5 and 2.2 instead of 4,5 and 2,2 if you are a European?

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41 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

Retort or report, as the saying goes.

 

But there is nothing to retort. I thought you were making a relevent point on the topic at hand (Brexit) I stand corrected. A shame perhaps but I am fine with that.

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46 minutes ago, AlexTr said:

 

The exact same thing your snotting off on the Vent had to do with that thread. 

 

6 minutes ago, Kommentarlos said:

 

But there is nothing to retort. I thought you were making a relevent point on the topic at hand (Brexit) I stand corrected. A shame perhaps but I am fine with that.

 

Well, yeah, asked and answered. I felt exactly the same way about your now removed post on the Vent.

 

Don't start none. Won't be none.

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