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#21 (permalink)      2/2/2020 3:11:41 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Andy.lion wrote:



Not as much as it will hurt when you, and perhaps your fellow brexitists, eventually realise that you can't even spell your own username correctly...



A case of fumble fingers, and if it bothered me I would have created another account. But you must be really desperate to have brought it up.
Your hurt is going to be with you every day - every time Brexit is mentioned. It can be seen in the despicable desire by some for the country to fail and for good people to suffer just because they lost. Even though most remainers are decent people who now just want the country to get on and make the best of it, there is a hard core of nasty, immature remainers who only want democracy when it suits them, and when it doesn't the usual bully boy tactics come out. Too late, no matter how much and how often you strike out like a spoilt child deprived of a toy – you lost. And I will never tire of saying that or tire of laughing at you and Vostok and all the other losers.

(Please feel free to point out any spelling mistakes in the above.)


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Patriotism takes many forms and not wanting media barons and a few entitled old Etonians to run the country into the ground by ruining trade and manufacturing is one form.
Calling all remainers un-patriotic, un-democratic people that want the country to fail to prove a point is either disingenuous or stupid and doesn't help anyone.

I said from the word go that I genuinely hope I am wrong, something I've never heard a leave voter even contemplate. So you, like many others, think this is the greatest thing that's ever happened to the UK but what if you're wrong?

I'm wrong, everything's gravy. You're wrong, economic disaster.

So hopefully I'll be proved wrong and then we can all watch everyone prosper, not just the ones that are already rich.



Meanwhile the Brexit celebrations around the UK didn't seem particularly good natured or reconciliatory, so much for going forward together.














"I saw a group of people holding up a flag and they tried to light it repeatedly with a lighter but failed.

"They were singing God Saves The Queen - but a few of them were struggling to remember the words.

"After it failed to light up they gave up and continued celebrating."



"On one side of the street a group of Brexiteers are heard chanting "you're not British anymore" while pointing at a group waving European Union flags.
The Brexit supporters then begin to sing, "whose streets? Our streets" towards the Remainers."


I mean, flag burning? Really?







It's a good job that the flag was made to EU standards about fireproof materials or someone could have been hurt...

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I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You both get dirty, but the pig likes it.” George Bernard Shaw
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Andy.lion wrote:

I wanted Jeremy Corbyn to run the UK into the ground..




The sooner he has been forgotten about, the better.

To accuse requires less eloquence than to excuse, such is man's nature, it more "resembles" justice
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Andy.lion wrote:

Patriotism takes many forms and not wanting media barons and a few entitled old Etonians to run the country into the ground by ruining trade and manufacturing is one form.Calling all remainers un-patriotic, un-democratic people that want the country to fail to prove a point is either disingenuous or stupid and doesn't help anyone.I said from the word go that I genuinely hope I am wrong, something I've never heard a leave voter even contemplate. So you, like many others, think this is the greatest thing that's ever happened to the UK but what if you're wrong?I'm wrong, everything's gravy. You're wrong, economic disaster.So hopefully I'll be proved wrong and then we can all watch everyone prosper, not just the ones that are already rich.



Brexit is not about who is right or wrong it is about different visions for the future.

As usual you miss the point and want to turn the discussion into a heavy weight boxing contest where there must be an outright winner.

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HELP FOR HEROES. SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.
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HELP FOR HEROES. SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.
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LOL

Seems one of the Discord trolls is trolling my Amz account again.

Periodically they go through and send me some questions that one way or another tells me its them.

Recently for a food item, I was asked how it wicked, or vaped. Or something along those lines.

M***s once called me by the name I use on the account.


Yesterday the latest asked me a stupid question, by the name of NicC4ve






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Andy.lion wrote:

Calling all remainers un-patriotic, un-democratic people that want the country to fail to prove a point is either disingenuous or stupid and doesn't help anyone.



If you'll read my post again, you will see I said “by some” remainers. So not disingenuous or stupid but a fact. One example should do.

Terry Christian, “Yes - virulent strain of flu. Oh dear i didn't mean for them to die ...just suffer, the way they've voted for everyone else to. Hope that helps you understand Jonny - now fuck off ...and die ....in your own time.”

That sort of shit has been going on for three and a half years and nearly all from the remain side. If there has been a reaction, is it any surprise?

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xandwhyisY wrote:
I'm outta the loop, but due to Brexit, are Europeans still allowed to go to Scotland to see the Unicorns?
The post has me a little confused. It's also really late here and at my age I should really be sleeping.There's only kelpies in Scotland.

btw VWV got his second channel strike. LOL.



You forgot the haggis that live in the moorlands with the pheasants there real I've seen loads of them lol

He's not really Scottish he's from a far away land of twats lol


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thing is richy the 'visions' in question are as a secure part of a trading bloc with a veto on anything they pass...or the shit sandwich that comes with being americas 'rule taking' gimp..

yay sovereignty
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Andy.lion wrote:

Meanwhile the Brexit celebrations around the UK didn't seem particularly good natured or reconciliatory, so much for going forward together.



And are threads like this your attempts at reconciliation?