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  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 3:05 AM · 2795 replies and 135537 views.
    ... (out of words)
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    Today, 3:01 AM · 23 replies and 242 views.
    Tolkien? Yes.Earl Grey? Ummm... About that?! Did you know bergamott is an american herb? :) - - - Updated - - - Okay...
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 1:54 AM · 4 replies and 60 views.
    (after logged out just to see what you written, i can only have one response...)
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 12:32 AM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    I guess that's the only thing what possibly can justify what they are doing.
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 12:23 AM · 23 replies and 242 views.
    Anyone else can tell what's the problem in there???
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 12:12 AM · 4 replies and 60 views.
    Is there a way to make new threads made by people in my ignore list disappear, without adding these threads to the list?
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Today, 12:06 AM · 23 replies and 242 views.
    Don't forget Pop. (Beatles!!!) & Terry Pratchett. :) Doctor who.
  • Adept's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:24 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    And if Le Pen becomes president, what do you expect then? Are you making the claim that Le Pen would be better for the EU than Marcon?
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:18 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    As usual Patric real face revealed.
  • FuzzySpider's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:41 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    I've explained, ad nauseum, why not voting does not preclude involvement in politics. Awkward? The rights of the British people to live, love, work, retire in 27 other countries binned, not to mention the economic damage which is being done daily. What have you gotten in return? The chance to say "I hate the EU!"? The ability to raise two fingers to Johnny Foreigner? Making the chant "two world wars and one world cup" great again? It is the Brexiteers who are being awkward, refusing to cooperate with foreign countries in spite of the advantages it brings.
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:23 PM · 14 replies and 151 views.
    By taken a closer look to this list i'd say it's far from complete. They had forgot about buddhist hindi, and islamic doomsday prophecies, and also did not mentioned quasi scientific mumbo jumboes. well? not all of them. :D But the prophecies of the last 17 years are still enough to make me look on them like this.
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    Yesterday, 9:37 PM · 14 replies and 151 views.
    And the year after. You know what folks? It's booorning! Waited soo long for a real proper end of the world, but it's never came but always promised so i don't belíve in anymore, and want to have something else for a change. So you know what? let me know when a new world created. But do not ever!!! Bug me with this nonsense lie.
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    Yesterday, 9:19 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    That woman is unhinged, and she appears to be leading a bunch of spoiled children. UK: "Brexit means Brexit!" EU: "Ok, we're sad to see you go, but Brexit means Brexit. Off you go." UK: "They're lining up to oppose us!"
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    Yesterday, 9:07 PM · 14 replies and 151 views.
    The end times are really here. Michael Bay confirms 14 more Transformers movies in development.
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    Yesterday, 8:50 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    What do you mean by "bosses"? Do you mean CEOs, or simply senior management? My GF is a "boss", and she does try to support employees even when it costs the business financially. I asked her why once, and she talked about the "psychological contract". You get more productivity, loyalty, and engagement out of people if you treat them well. Your implication that corporations and companies are just blood-sucking vampires of capitalism is as wrong and simplistic as the idea that the rich are all "job creators" and the poor are lazy.
  • Minonian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 7:25 PM · 14 replies and 151 views.
    Oh, it's the end of the world again... Wake me up when it's all over. Again. :P
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    Yesterday, 7:13 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    I wonder how people can claim that the Euro cannot work, and yet are fine with the USD. The variation between the American states, and even within individual states is really dramatic, yet everybody uses the same currency without the option to devalue their currency. This is not an inherently unworkable situation. Finland used to devalue the mark about once per decade, any time the export industries needed a competitiveness boost. That is a wealth transfer from the people and society in favour of the export industries, and I'm really glad that after joining the Euro this option has not been available for our governments.
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    Yesterday, 7:06 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    I take issue with laws telling women how they have to dress. Telling them they don't have the option to cover themselves is not freedom either. Now you're getting rather personal. What do you even mean? Employers will just pay less than minimum wage, regardless of the law? The criminal there is the business owner then, not the poor sap forced by circumstances to accept that crappy wage.
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    Yesterday, 5:07 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    This is a case of corruption, and a legal matter. I live in one of the least corrupt countries in the world (and the local stuff still sickens me), so to me the answer is obvious. everybody needs to play by the rules. Tax evasion, the gray economy, unfair structural incentives, it all needs to be brought into the open and tackled. The Tories don't want that (nor do quite a few of the wealthier Labour reps), and every country in Europe has one or more centre-right parties, working to keep the advantages that favour the rich and keep the systemic corruption going. If some workers don't play by the rules, they need to be investigated and prosecuted. I have no sympathy for cheating.
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    Yesterday, 4:02 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    This is exactly what I was talking about. You've fallen into the trap of thinking that democracy is voting. But democracy (Greek; Demos - people, Kratos - power) is not the same thing as voting. Democracy is supposed to be a way of representing the interests of a population, the entire population. Asking their opinion every 5 years and giving them basically two options is not that. You have a binary choice in this election. It's either Jeremy Corbyn on Theresa May. That's your choice. In reality, there is no choice. Pretty soon Theresa May is going to be returned back to government with an increased majority and I will have virtually no chance to do anything about it for 5 years. She will do as she sees fit in that 5 years. It doesn't matter that millions didn't want to leave the EU, it doesn't matter that people might have changed their minds, it doesn't matter that people are sick of austerity or many of their politicians. What matters is that people voted her, and so she is queen for 5 years. The...
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    Yesterday, 3:42 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    Very likely true. But the fact is that a vote was held. A campaign was launched. The UK showed the world what kind of country it has now become. Donations (which are now under investigation) were made. Virtually all of the nations newspapers (which are run by 4 very right-wing people, Murdoch, Desmond, Dacre, and Barclays) all ran constant propaganda stories and outright lies. People were led to believe things which were not true, were promised things that couldn't be delivered, and people made threats that could not be carried out. Someone wrote £350 million on the side of a bus, Boris Johnson had a spat with Dave over whether he or Georgey would get to rule the plebs next. Farage was invited on the BBC and other platforms to spout racist and dishonest nonsense whilst experts were put against him but given exactly the same weight by the media. It was like watching two clowns hit each other with sticks and pour jelly down each others trousers, then getting to vote on which clown will perform your...
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    Yesterday, 2:15 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    I actually see it the opposite way - if you vote, don't complain. If you vote for Labour but get the Tories, you're complaining that you lost. If you don't vote, but complain about the political direction of the government, you have a right to complain because you asked for neither them nor the system they operate by. In any case, people have a right to complain whether or not they vote. Voting is just one single and quite small part of what democracy should be. I think inflating the importance of voting diminishes the importance of protesting, speaking out, and other sorts of activism. Voting is becoming synonymous with freedom, and they really aren't the same thing. For the record, I never vote and never will while first past the post exists. The Birkenhead ward is Labours safest seat, and all votes here are wasted. Churchill, but he was quoting someone else.
  • Adept's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:30 PM · 365 replies and 6180 views.
    Tell me. If the woman in the picture has a husband (or male relatives) who won't let her go outside of she's not completely covered, do you want to restrict her to remain indoors? Why does it feel like your discomfort, your sensitive psyche, is what matters, rather than her ability to go outside, and learn about the society where she finds herself now? I'm all for empowering women, but your burgha ban doesn't do that. - - - Updated - - -
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    Yesterday, 12:16 PM · 699 replies and 14657 views.
    You're right. We should reject fruit like grapes, oranges, bananas etc and live in a staple diet of peas. One big problem - I really don't like peas. The UK can't supply all the food it consumes. Not only that but it can't produce a lot of the type of food it consumes. If you're now suggesting the nation adjust its eating habits because of Brexit then you're telling a sizable lump of the population they have taken back so much control the State will tell them what to have for dinner. And that's just food. A production economy is not any more resilient than a service economy. Particularly an economy which produces few to no resources of its own. Everything the UK produces is made using materials procured from other places. That means things will cost more to make. If you're going to argue that the UK is completely dysfunctional economically and societally then I totally agree. But Europe was not the cause of that, continual corrupt governments, placed there on the words of propagandists who...
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    Yesterday, 11:52 AM · 675 replies and 11814 views.
    Theresa May doesn't know where she is, literally. https://twitter.com/RossCrombie/status/857710963818156034
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    Thanks for the rep ! Commander

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    Thanks for the rep FuzzySpider.
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    Thanks again for Rep Cmdr FuzzySpider
    Fly safe : fly sober
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    Can we have your old avatar back, please? It was so much better.
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    Thanks for the Rep Cmdr Fuzzy
    But really just agreeing with your sound thoughts, lets hope these changes dont take place
    until then : Fly safe
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    Thanks for starting a very good thread , with some very defining points.
    + Rep of course
    Cheers
  7. Thanks for the rep, shame that thread is getting derailed by the obvious you know what.
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    Thanks Commander.

    Fly safe
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