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06-25-2016, 01:12 AM #31
White Ribbon call me
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I knew I didn't imagine that..

She is a blonde, soooooo...

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06-25-2016, 01:18 AM #32
White Ribbon call me
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(06-24-2016, 06:56 PM)Screaming Yellow Zonkers Wrote:  
(06-24-2016, 10:28 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  damned.gif I am absolutely floored. I really thought this was going to be business as usual.
A big hats off to Obama for pissing off enough Brits to make this happen. rofl.gif

So it IS his fault. Explain pls

When he came to the uk recently he gave a bully speech about the uk staying in the eu Union, that kind of shït doesn't work over seas..

06-25-2016, 03:56 AM #33
Octo Mother Superior
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Oh you mean it's not very popular to have an American president come over to bully you?

How novel blonde.gif
06-25-2016, 04:27 AM #34
White Ribbon call me
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we aren't as mind controlled as that..

what would the Finns do if he came there and made a speech about Finland not leaving the EU?

Imagine if david Cameron went to the US and addressed Americans in that way, Americans wouldn't put up with that either..
06-25-2016, 04:30 AM #35
Octo Mother Superior
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The Finns would be suspicious as fukk, but the press would be all kumbaya my lord kumbaya
06-25-2016, 04:34 AM #36
White Ribbon call me
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Australians would be ƒükkêd off and voice it all over the news..
06-25-2016, 04:39 AM #37
Octo Mother Superior
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Only if you read the comment section

And not all of the papers have them

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06-25-2016, 04:52 AM #38
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(06-24-2016, 05:46 PM)DiggerDawg Wrote:  


Give up we are too high to decipher music vids.

06-25-2016, 06:50 AM #39
misterbumps Member
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I'm late to the debate but boy am I pleased. The E.U is not the democratic system we are led to believe. The people don't vote the politicians in. It's an elite club run by people living in Luxembourg and Monaco and other principalities. I cannot believe we won it. Yes the U.K will struggle for a little while but it is no different to the financial crisis and we came through that fine plus the banking system is a lot tighter these days. As for trading America is still happy to conduct business with us and so will Europe although the tariffs may be higher. The pound dropping is not necessarily a bad thing for the moment. Also we can conduct our own trade deals with large emerging markets such as the BRICS nations. Now we can spend our money how we see fit. Hospitals, schools, infrastructure and affordable housing. As for David Cameron resigning good ğkking riddance. He promised the big society which never happened, claimed leaving the E.U would make us a terrorist dream (what happened to Nato?), stated that he would reduce the U.K deficit which is still growing, promised to bring immigration levels down to the tens of thousands within a year when it is actually an astronomical annual figure of three hundred thousand a year (The size of a small town) amongst other countless lies and fear mongering. I feel sorry for the immigrants but at the end of the day we are a tiny island with 65 million people on board and the N.H.S is over stretched, schools have far too big class sizes and blue collar work wages are the lowest in years. As for the firms, banks and businesses thinking of leaving; go! The loss of this trade will only result in more independent businesses and entrepreneurs. I hope to god George 'the weasel' Osbourne follows David out of the door. I'm no fan of Boris Johnson either but at least he stood up for the country. As for Scotland; they can go ğck themselves. Half of the them are drunks living in Glasgow and Edinburgh. All I can really say is thanks to all the middle Englander's, Northern shires and the Welsh for coming out to save the U.K on what was a truly momentous day. I'm throwing my hat in for Prime Minister...rant over!

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
06-25-2016, 07:08 AM #40
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(06-25-2016, 06:50 AM)misterbumps Wrote:  I'm late to the debate but boy am I pleased. The E.U is not the democratic system we are led to believe. The people don't vote the politicians in. It's an elite club run by people living in Luxembourg and Monaco and other principalities. I cannot believe we won it. Yes the U.K will struggle for a little while but it is no different to the financial crisis and we came through that fine plus the banking system is a lot tighter these days. As for trading America is still happy to conduct business with us and so will Europe although the tariffs may be higher. The pound dropping is not necessarily a bad thing for the moment. Also we can conduct our own trade deals with large emerging markets such as the BRICS nations. Now we can spend our money how we see fit. Hospitals, schools, infrastructure and affordable housing. As for David Cameron resigning good ƒükking riddance. He promised the big society which never happened, claimed leaving the E.U would make us a terrorist dream (what happened to Nato?), claimed to reduce the U.K deficit which is still growing, promised to bring immigration levels down to the tens of thousands within a year when it is actually an astronomical annual figure of three hundred thousand a year (The size of a small town) amongst other countless lies and fear mongering. I feel sorry for the immigrants but at the end of the day we are a tiny island with 65 million people on board and the N.H.S is over stretched, schools have far too big class sizes and blue collar work wages are the lowest in years. As for the firms, banks and businesses thinking of leaving; go! The loss of this trade will only result in more independent businesses and entrepreneurs. I hope to god George 'the weasel' Osbourne follows David out of the door. I'm no fan of Boris Johnson either but at least he stood up for the country. As for Scotland; they can go ƒück themselves. Half of the them are drunks living in Glasgow and Edinburgh. All I can really say is thanks to all the middle Englander's, Northern shires and the Welsh for coming out to save the U.K on what was a truly momentous day. I'm throwing my hat in for Prime Minister...rant over!

Amazing what can be done when the people force, forces.
06-25-2016, 07:20 AM #41
misterbumps Member
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I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
06-25-2016, 07:54 AM #42
White Ribbon call me
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(06-25-2016, 06:50 AM)misterbumps Wrote:  I'm late to the debate but boy am I pleased. The E.U is not the democratic system we are led to believe. The people don't vote the politicians in. It's an elite club run by people living in Luxembourg and Monaco and other principalities. I cannot believe we won it. Yes the U.K will struggle for a little while but it is no different to the financial crisis and we came through that fine plus the banking system is a lot tighter these days. As for trading America is still happy to conduct business with us and so will Europe although the tariffs may be higher. The pound dropping is not necessarily a bad thing for the moment. Also we can conduct our own trade deals with large emerging markets such as the BRICS nations. Now we can spend our money how we see fit. Hospitals, schools, infrastructure and affordable housing. As for David Cameron resigning good ƒükking riddance. He promised the big society which never happened, claimed leaving the E.U would make us a terrorist dream (what happened to Nato?), stated that he would reduce the U.K deficit which is still growing, promised to bring immigration levels down to the tens of thousands within a year when it is actually an astronomical annual figure of three hundred thousand a year (The size of a small town) amongst other countless lies and fear mongering. I feel sorry for the immigrants but at the end of the day we are a tiny island with 65 million people on board and the N.H.S is over stretched, schools have far too big class sizes and blue collar work wages are the lowest in years. As for the firms, banks and businesses thinking of leaving; go! The loss of this trade will only result in more independent businesses and entrepreneurs. I hope to god George 'the weasel' Osbourne follows David out of the door. I'm no fan of Boris Johnson either but at least he stood up for the country. As for Scotland; they can go ƒück themselves. Half of the them are drunks living in Glasgow and Edinburgh. All I can really say is thanks to all the middle Englander's, Northern shires and the Welsh for coming out to save the U.K on what was a truly momentous day. I'm throwing my hat in for Prime Minister...rant over!

I'm so happy for you..

Scots being drunks? Like the English are any better?, they all a bunch of piss heads, especially the northerners.. Scotland needs to tell England now to go ğck itself, like they should have in the vote they had.. Northern Ireland should be reunited with Ireland..

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06-25-2016, 10:49 AM #43
misterbumps Member
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(06-25-2016, 07:54 AM)the white wabbit Wrote:  
(06-25-2016, 06:50 AM)misterbumps Wrote:  I'm late to the debate but boy am I pleased. The E.U is not the democratic system we are led to believe. The people don't vote the politicians in. It's an elite club run by people living in Luxembourg and Monaco and other principalities. I cannot believe we won it. Yes the U.K will struggle for a little while but it is no different to the financial crisis and we came through that fine plus the banking system is a lot tighter these days. As for trading America is still happy to conduct business with us and so will Europe although the tariffs may be higher. The pound dropping is not necessarily a bad thing for the moment. Also we can conduct our own trade deals with large emerging markets such as the BRICS nations. Now we can spend our money how we see fit. Hospitals, schools, infrastructure and affordable housing. As for David Cameron resigning good ƒükking riddance. He promised the big society which never happened, claimed leaving the E.U would make us a terrorist dream (what happened to Nato?), stated that he would reduce the U.K deficit which is still growing, promised to bring immigration levels down to the tens of thousands within a year when it is actually an astronomical annual figure of three hundred thousand a year (The size of a small town) amongst other countless lies and fear mongering. I feel sorry for the immigrants but at the end of the day we are a tiny island with 65 million people on board and the N.H.S is over stretched, schools have far too big class sizes and blue collar work wages are the lowest in years. As for the firms, banks and businesses thinking of leaving; go! The loss of this trade will only result in more independent businesses and entrepreneurs. I hope to god George 'the weasel' Osbourne follows David out of the door. I'm no fan of Boris Johnson either but at least he stood up for the country. As for Scotland; they can go ƒück themselves. Half of the them are drunks living in Glasgow and Edinburgh. All I can really say is thanks to all the middle Englander's, Northern shires and the Welsh for coming out to save the U.K on what was a truly momentous day. I'm throwing my hat in for Prime Minister...rant over!

I'm so happy for you..

Scots being drunks? Like the English are any better?, they all a bunch of piss heads, especially the northerners.. Scotland needs to tell England now to go ğck itself, like they should have in the vote they had.. Northern Ireland should be reunited with Ireland..

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thank you

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
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06-25-2016, 11:25 AM #44
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(06-25-2016, 01:18 AM)the white wabbit Wrote:  
(06-24-2016, 06:56 PM)Screaming Yellow Zonkers Wrote:  
(06-24-2016, 10:28 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  damned.gif I am absolutely floored. I really thought this was going to be business as usual.
A big hats off to Obama for pissing off enough Brits to make this happen. rofl.gif

So it IS his fault. Explain pls

When he came to the uk recently he gave a bully speech about the uk staying in the eu Union, that kind of shït doesn't work over seas..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LWDSdU-gV8&sns=em

Out of touch and irrelevant.
06-25-2016, 04:59 PM #45
Kreeper Griobhtha
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Politicians hide themselves away
They only started the war
Why should they go out to fight?
They leave that role to poor



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