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General Discussion Area / Re: Hard
« on: 20 January 2019, 15:29:18 »
I had a hospital appointment this morning and cycled there. It was a bit cold, but comfortable at -4degC where the exercise keeps you warm. :y As soon as I got into the hot hospital I started sweating buckets and the pads for an ECG kept falling off. ;D Anybody that knows Frimley Park Hospital knows it's cardiac outpatients is like playing Crystal Maze to solve the problem to understand their trail of cryptic signs. :-[ :-[ Fortunalely I arrived 15 minutes early and won where I ended up in reception with 2 minutes to spare. :) 8)

Didn't have to remortgage to pay for the parking either, presumably. :y

Correct and that is if you can find a parking space. Parking my bike is easy as the bike racks are always half empty. :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: 20 January 2019, 15:25:00 »
The reason it is a mess is because you have a remainer PM & MP majority determined to keep us in the EU. May's deal is deliberately so awful & locks us permanently into its crippling terms with the backstop so we are a vassal state at the mercy of the Brussels' dictatorship with no say on what they impose and we have to make a 39bn reparations downpayment for nothing. The deal also includes them taking control of our armed forces & what equipment they can procure.

The last time the French imposed such damning terms was at the Treaty of Versailles and it lead to the rise of Fascism, Hitler & WWII. May's BRINO deal will do the same, if passed, as the only way we can escape these terms in this international treaty will be through politics by other means, which is war. I would prefer my children & grandchildren not to be part of another decimated generation, but I don't see any other get out. As usual it will be us, the normal citizens, that will pay the price of the establishment's folly & personal EU enrichment at our expense.

UKIP has already been hijacked by the far right, so that is your new fascist party, Labour is your far left Marxist one & May is destroying her nasty party, where many people, including me, will never vote for them again. Corbyn's Marxist party now has a 3% lead in the polls. To date we have kept the far left & right parties as minorities but not anymore if BRINO happens. 17.4m Leavers voters who are being ignored by the establishment again and many will take direct action like the French Yellow Jackets until they aren't ignored.

A moderate senior Tory party member said Brexit was a safely valve where no UK political party now represents the working class & they have seen their wages & working conditions hammered through a combination of mass migration & globalization. Where their vote is ignored by the politicians they are now directly shouting at them like calling Soubry a Nazi & if they are still ignored civil disobedience and worse are next. Personally, I've never known such a large section of the electorate to be so angry even the attempted imposition of the Poll Tax was not as bad and we know what happened there.

So if the Remainers succeed in destroying UK democracy by ignoring a clear mandate from 17.4m leavers & handing control of the UK to Brussels so we are a province of the new German empire, we are not going to shrug our shoulders & say that's alright then. May & her grey suits are playing with fire.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Silly old duffer
« on: 20 January 2019, 01:24:27 »
Why not, I can't see him wanting to be in the tower, via traitors gate, with the commoner riff raff like Treason May, Dominic Grieve or Lord Opti's 'rough stuff bint' avatar. :-[ :-[ :-[

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General Discussion Area / Re: Hard
« on: 19 January 2019, 00:16:39 »
I had a hospital appointment this morning and cycled there. It was a bit cold, but comfortable at -4degC where the exercise keeps you warm. :y As soon as I got into the hot hospital I started sweating buckets and the pads for an ECG kept falling off. ;D Anybody that knows Frimley Park Hospital knows it's cardiac outpatients is like playing Crystal Maze to solve the problem to understand their trail of cryptic signs. :-[ :-[ Fortunalely I arrived 15 minutes early and won where I ended up in reception with 2 minutes to spare. :) 8)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Silly old duffer
« on: 18 January 2019, 22:00:19 »
That's right ban all the over 75's and as more older fitter people are alive they can cycle two abreast at 7mph, chatting to each other, so nobody in cars, vans or lorries can get past. :P Where they will be so fit and retired they can do that all day for the next 25 years. :P Beware of the hoards of the pensioners in lycra on their trick carbon framed bicycles. ;D

Now Phil the Greek has had a new hip, maybe it is time for him & his German wife to set an example by cycling everywhere together. :-X

Going back to his accident I read he had commented that he didn't see the car due to the low shining sun, which is an issue at this time of year for all drivers.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sick sick world
« on: 17 January 2019, 14:43:42 »
Government statistics show that immigrants are a disproportionately high percentage of people in prison. If you are an overseas criminal the UK is a very rich hunting ground and the chances of getting caught, convicted and then imprisoned are from very unlikely to never. Never getting a jail sentence if under 6 months will be a great recruitment advert to grow this sector of the unofficial economy and as they get more confident in there impunity so they can graduate to more and more serious crimes. >:( >:( >:(

Where the government use the tosh about reducing reoffending for going softer and softer on crime, the best way to stop it is to keep the criminals locked up. :y

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As STEMO is always telling us it shows how mighty reliable Omegas are like all Vauxhalls. :-X :-X :-X

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General Discussion Area / Re: Economy Energy
« on: 16 January 2019, 20:16:44 »
So the step daughter who bought a 6yr old Meriva for more reliability over the 20yr old stuff she used to run[and which then promptly broke]signed up to Economy Energy the day before they went bust :-X :-X I haven't a clue what happened to her as regards another supplier.

She'll be passed onto Ovo Energy like me Baza.  :y

Does Ovo stand for One Volt Only??? ::) :P ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Big vote tomorrow.
« on: 16 January 2019, 20:05:47 »
The crass ridicule meted out by micron and barnier on sky TV this morning was astounding.
" We know what the UK doesn't want ,but not what it does want..."

Well here's a clue , everything you said Nein or Non to.

Yes they're not looking so smug this morning are they?  ::)

And I bet your mates down the local aint so cock a hoop either!  ;D

I think that those MPs that voted against the deal and who represent constituencies that voted to leave shoud probably start updating their CVs before the next election.

Not at all as no sane Lever wants May's BRINO which locks us into the EU forever through the NI backstop until we are forced to join the EUSSR in the 2028-30 timescale as planned by May and her grey suits, who see this as an opportunity to lock us into the EU forever with no escape without breaking this International Treaty. The Conservative women's website describes it here in detail. https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/has-may-been-plotting-a-return-to-the-eu-all-along/ May's consistently giving the EU far more than they were asking for then starts to make perfect sense. This is probably why May's plan B ,C,D,E,,,,Z will basically be the same, where she will try to wear MPs down and get her deal. The elephant in the room is that we leave with No Deal on the 29th of March, unless this is passed before then and that date can't be changed without a law superseding it, which is a lengthy process, so there is probably not enough time as it would take a minimum of 40 Commons/Lords sitting days. Commons Motions cannot change this where statutes take precedence.

Karma is that the default No Deal and the leaving date were written into this law as a result of amendments made due to Gina Millers' Supreme Court victory. Thankyou Gina where you have made proper leaving much easier and more likely. :y ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: French Yellow Jackets
« on: 13 January 2019, 02:17:30 »
As per usual where there is a chance to create chaos, Russian active measures are stirring things up. >:( >:( >:( Where I'm being very vocal on Twitter at the moment over #Brexit I'm also getting a lot of Russian Bots following me on there. :(

Sod all to do with Russia. People are just fed up with the globalists (May, Macron and Merkel) ignoring them. They have seen how Trump is draining the US swamp and would like to see the same in Europe. So would I.  :y

Like I stated where chaos can be created RU active measures are there from Ukraine since 2014 to the US elections & illegitimate election of Trump who special council Robert Mueller III is steadily uncovering, to many personal RU troll attacks I've suffered from actively supporting Ukraine against their invasion by Russia, which I'm old enough, ugly enough & know how to use psyops to see off, so don't bother trying to teach me to suck eggs. >:( >:( >:(

Oh, please. Do you think that millions of Americans had their brains rewired by the Russkies to vote for Trump? No. It was the start of the world rejecting globalism and the Deep State. There was no collusion, though your Russophobia seems to make you unable to accept that.

 

Again you are not the brightest bulb in the box of lighthouse floodlights. You clearly have no idea how the US voting system & electoral collage works. Government Intelligence services are called this where they employ the brightest & the best. I've got a grudging & great respect for Russian intelligence services of the GRU, FSB & SVR where they are the best in the world.

You don't need to millions of votes as the special investigator Robert Mueller is uncovering, you do this...

https://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/mueller-vote-rigging-scheme-nailed/15236/

It took swinging & gerrymandering of 80,000 votes. Where mobster Trump has been a Soviet/Russian asset since at least 1984 the time was right to leverage this asset where they squeezed him to stand as President. This is classic mafia tactics. 1. Exploit weakness (bankruptcy/give loans). 2. Own. 3. Squeeze :( The good news is that after this major corruption clearout of Western democracy will be much stronger & better for it. :y :y :y

BTW about 90% of Christopher Steele's raw intelligence report has now been verified & two Russians implicated as sources have died in unexplained circumstances. :-X :-X :-X

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General Discussion Area / Re: Wingeing, pathetic git.
« on: 13 January 2019, 01:15:43 »
As a 'neutral'.... ::) ::) ::)

Intensely dislike gunting morons with a wooden framed, gut strung bat in their hands & also dislike English hating winger Murray, so good riddance. :y :y :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Xmas
« on: 13 January 2019, 01:07:58 »
Personally, I don't believe in superstitions, so look on the bright side. SWMBO has had a major operation, without complications (a friend was in a coma for 6 months after his triple bypass). She has avoided having a heart attack and the damage that can cause. You have had a very tough Christmas, so now help SWMBO recover and enjoy the New Year & your future life & happiness together. :y :y :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Rejoice...rejoice.....rejoice.
« on: 09 January 2019, 21:17:07 »
Regarding the Giulia Quadrifoglio, the sales guy said the car would (according to his research on Autotrader) lose about 13000 over the two year period of the PCP deal I was considering.

Over those same 2 years I would pay 30000 in the form of a deposit and monthly payments. Doesn't seem like a good deal to me.  :-\

I'm aware of the 'potential equity' within the car but there is no guarantee of this.

The only answer, then, is to dip your hand into your pocket and fork over 60,000. Job done, best possible deal... ;)

This is the Vauxhall Omega forum.

 Owning an Omega and having 60000 in loose change is an unlikely combination. :)

Really ?

I wouldn't call it Loose Change, but 60K is what I have available sitting in various accounts saved up for a deposit on a BTL - Includes the tax, and Fees and General TLC that will be required if we could find anything my wife actually "likes" enough to commit to taking a BTL mortgage out on.

The idea of wasting it on depreciation had fleetingly crossed my mind, but nah.

I get the impression Lord Opti has a fatal weakness for acquiring expensive new t*ts or wheels when in the vicinity of either. ::) ::) ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 09 January 2019, 21:08:17 »
IMV May running with the hares while hunting with the hounds has badly damaged the Tory party long term, only Corbyn have kept her poll ratings acceptable. As per usual her complete incompetence has produced her utter confusion which will be followed by another of her total clutterfu*ks.

Where she has made such a mess, we might if we're lucky run out of time so we leave on, a far from ideal, No Deal.

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