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General Discussion Area / Re: annoying drivers
« on: Today at 15:41:42 »
Its now getting rare to see  car driven well, by a competent and confident driver. The sights I see going to and from work, make me despair.
It ranges from the simply moronic to the downright dangerous, every day.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 15:39:18 »
That's exactly what they have done in any other member state which gave the wrong answer in a referendum, and what they are determined to try and do in the UK.
They wouldn't recognise Democracy if they tripped over it.
Its pathetic to se how that some British people are actually falling for the trick, despite the history of happening within the last decade or two.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 12:13:20 »
A question for anyone who wont accept that we are leaving the EU, due to the result of the biggest vote in our history.

If we were to have another referendum, and the result was still that we should leave the EU. What exactly do you think should / will happen then ?


 On a slightly different note - Mayhems agreement isn't going to happen. She caved in a long time ago and agreed to give the commons a vote on what she came back with.  The commons is not going to vote this through.
Her only hope is that she can somehow persuade Labour to abstain. If they do this, it proves they don't actually want to be in Government at the moment.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Word Association.
« on: Yesterday at 22:34:18 »
Salad

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General Car Chat / Re: If Tilbo gets bored...
« on: 15 November 2018, 18:34:41 »
6 grand for a 16 year old Merc, built in time when they were heavy into penny pinching.  :-\

Lot of car, but suspect a lot of bills and lot of DIY time.  :(

It was 115 grand new, has a V12 engine and over 500bhp. If it went wrong after a while and you had to sell it at a loss, you wold still have the memories for ever.  :D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 17:49:23 »
Anyway, Appeaser Mayhem has called a news conference for 5pm. Hopefuly she is finally going to throw in the towel, although Im not counting on it. She has poor political instinct but has a very strong survival instinct.
Matters not who is at the helm.  We can't stay (that's undemocratic), we cant no-deal leave (that's financial suicide), so we have to have something half-arsed.  Irrespective of who's in.

That's reality.


It would meaning dealing with the EU on WTO terms (for a while at least) which is exactly how we deal with much of the world and have done for a long time.
Please explain how that is financial suicide.

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Omega General Help / Re: M.o.T.
« on: 15 November 2018, 16:34:23 »
Or no air filter at all during the test.  ;)

Got mine booked in for next Tuesday. Only thing Im aware of needing to do is replace the eml bulb and clear the code before the test.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 16:33:18 »
Anyway, Appeaser Mayhem has called a news conference for 5pm. Hopefuly she is finally going to throw in the towel, although Im not counting on it. She has poor political instinct but has a very strong survival instinct.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 16:31:38 »
18 months of negotiations. About as much success as trying tohaggle with the automated checkout at Asda. Now if we had that candidate offthe Apprentice wecould have got a cent off .

You are right Sir Tigger to rejoin now the EU we never left would ensure The UK would be subservient forever. This is how it works. Once a naughty child aleays viewed as one. I havent found a sngle Spaniard who can understand why anyone voted to leave. Why would they when the EU has dragged them out of poverty and helped create enviable transport links. Theyconveniently
overlook the euro crisis which has hit hard for ten years


The folk calling for a referendum rerun havent thought it through either. For example what would they do if the result was the same i.e. a narrow leave.? If the t hreshold was set at a min of 65% to be meaningful ( a criticismlevelled After thevote) , what if thevote is 64%?

That's Ireland too.
They are a mile beyond ecstatic over here in that their pillow biting immigrant son PM fu**ed the Brits by all but threatening the bomb and bullet again if they even thought about drawing a line on a road.

I have watched and listened to this with horror over the last two years. It is nothing short of sick, and imo the UK should never forgive or forget this.  >:(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 14:13:32 »

My reply that the EU would screw us even more if we try to backtrack, IE the rebate would go, they'd try and force us to take the Euro, and all the opt out's and vetoes would go as well, (all of which would have evenually happened anyway had we voted to remain,) clearly hadn't occurred to him.

I don't think it has to most remain minded people either.  :-X

I believe, when the boot was on the other foot, that kind of talk was labelled "Project Fear".  ;D

Nice try Jimmy!  ;D

Senior EU policitions have already told us that we can remain, but 'it will be a different Europe' for us if we do. So more like Project Reality.....  :P

Ahh but you're forgetting, no facts, evidence, expert opinion or counter argument trumps typing Project Fear, PROJECT Fear, PROJECT FEAR!!!!

Much like "You lost, get over it" - its the internet trump card of our times.  :-*

I contend that if we were to back out now, the EU would be so grateful to have us back in the fold that the rebate will grow, they'll allow us to control EU migration and there will be an EU supplied unicorn for every household.

For anyone to state otherwise or claim I am being unrealistic is just scare mongering Project Fear nastiness, and I shall have no truck with it.  :y

Cameron ask for those things (apart from the unicorns) and they laughed at him and told him to far cough. They assumed we wouldn't have the audacity to leave.
If we somehow decide to stay,the British army will in the future be just a part of the EU army, and ultimately, under the control of the Germans!
They live on a different planet in their own reality, and still believe they will rule us come what may.
Time will tell.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 14:09:54 »
Esther McVey has now gone, with Gove tipped to be next.
Appeaser Mayhem could be gone before the weekend.  :)
It looks like Gove will be replacing Raab.

An untrustworthy little shit if ever there was one.

Absolutely.  :y

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General Car Chat / Vauxhall info site.
« on: 15 November 2018, 11:47:57 »
Some interesting stuff on here.
http://vauxpedianet.uk2sitebuilder.com/

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 10:49:01 »
She's a disgrace .
Get her to f**k.
She and her cretinous ,devious and incompetant playgroup should hang their heads in collective shame and be pilloried for eternity by the MAJORITY of British people who asked only for the right to govern their own country without external unelected influence.
You don't take a knife to a gunfight , you take some silver doubles and a shotgun .

And as for a GE and Corbyn ... well maybe that's just what the country deserves .

Ive just listened to her statement to the house and now listening to Corbyns response. He is actually making more sense than she did.
You couldn't make this sh1t up.  :o
She is John Major in a skirt.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 10:46:54 »
Esther McVey has now gone, with Gove tipped to be next.
Appeaser Mayhem could be gone before the weekend.  :)

So we can have a GE and Corbyn?

No. Governments last five years, unless two thirds of MP,s vote to dissolve them and hold an election.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: 15 November 2018, 10:01:39 »
Esther McVey has now gone, with Gove tipped to be next.
Appeaser Mayhem could be gone before the weekend.  :)

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