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      The Post Brexit Unicorn Thread.

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      althebest1
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      Reply #200: Mar 13, 2020 06:55:55 pm
      I also have the f**king right to take the piss you crying tw*t.

      And it's *you're not your.

      You're welcome!
      Calm down.

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      Reply #201: Mar 13, 2020 06:58:26 pm
       :cool-smiley-027:
      I'm calm, very calm in fact I'm positively  :cool-smiley-027:
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      Reply #202: Mar 13, 2020 07:35:13 pm
      It doesn't say that! FFS it was challenged in the court and defeated for that very reason. Read it with an open mind!!
      I am not a WUM I am just defending my corner. You can't believe I support LFC because I wanted to leave the EU? f*ck me grow up.

      To be fair this is a club built on the socialist principles you seem to detest.

      I'm not sure you can be fully emersed in the club when you turn your back on the foundations it was built upon.

      For me at least the politics and the football go hand in hand and in the case of this club at least are intrinsically linked.
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      Reply #203: Mar 13, 2020 07:51:37 pm
      :cool-smiley-027:
      I'm calm, very calm in fact I'm positively  :cool-smiley-027:
      I’ll toke to that!
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      Reply #204: Mar 13, 2020 07:54:56 pm
      To be fair this is a club built on the socialist principles you seem to detest.

      I'm not sure you can be fully emersed in the club when you turn your back on the foundations it was built upon.

      For me at least the politics and the football go hand in hand and in the case of this club at least are intrinsically linked.
      I am a socialist more than anything and have always voted Labour, but I’m a socialist who wanted to leave the EU institutions, there was no choice, if Labour had stuck to their manifesto pledge I would have voted for them. They f*cked up.
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      Re: The Post Brexit Unicorn Thread.
      Reply #205: Mar 13, 2020 08:53:14 pm
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      You think everyone who voted to leave believed what was written on the side of a bus?
      It didn’t say we can spend 350 million a week on the NHS.
      Still can’t get over it and let it go can you.

      If the winning margin was large, you could say it had no impact. As it was a very tight swing in favour of leave, you can argue with some justification that the message on the bus was what swayed, if not decided a significant number of votes. It was a very catchy and effective slogan. Political junkies on both sides would know it was a pipe dream. The average couch potato, slumped in his armchair, covered head to foot in lager, and whose interest in current affairs basically extends to the odd headline on a BBC News bulletin, would see the slogan and make up his mind based on it. Unlike elections, all votes in referendums from all sections of society, count equally in deciding the outcome.

      In any case, now is a great time to find some of that money to fund the NHS. Considering the "Sing The National Anthem" medicine that was recommended last week, didn't quite work out as planned.
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      Reply #206: Mar 13, 2020 09:10:08 pm
      If the winning margin was large, you could say it had no impact. As it was a very tight swing in favour of leave, you can argue with some justification that the message on the bus was what swayed, if not decided a significant number of votes. It was a very catchy and effective slogan. Political junkies on both sides would know it was a pipe dream. The average couch potato, slumped in his armchair, covered head to foot in lager, and whose interest in current affairs basically extends to the odd headline on a BBC News bulletin, would see the slogan and make up his mind based on it. Unlike elections, all votes in referendums from all sections of society, count equally in deciding the outcome.

      In any case, now is a great time to find some of that money to fund the NHS. Considering the "Sing The National Anthem" medicine that was recommended last week, didn't quite work out as planned.
      That’s probably true but you only look at it from one side that’s your problem. Maybe couch potatoes on the remain side thought they were going to lose their job and planes would stop flying. Take the blinkers off and think about both sides of the campaign.
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      Reply #207: Mar 22, 2020 08:30:30 pm
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      Reply #208: Mar 23, 2020 02:34:56 pm
      So the original tweet is from an ardent remainer about another remainer being stupid. That’s about right   ;D
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      Reply #209: Mar 23, 2020 07:31:10 pm
      So the original tweet is from an ardent remainer about another remainer being stupid. That’s about right   ;D


      Not arsed, he's still a b***ard for other things he's said.
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      Reply #210: Mar 23, 2020 07:38:24 pm
      Not arsed, he's still a b***ard for other things he's said.

      Your wrong, he's just a b***ard end of
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      Reply #211: Mar 23, 2020 07:46:40 pm
      Not arsed, he's still a b***ard for other things he's said.
      What’s he said? Must have missed it or it wasn’t that important.
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      Reply #213: Mar 24, 2020 03:15:56 pm
      Yes he’s a misguided old man but I think b*stard is probably a bit strong. Harvey Weinstein is a b*stard and so was jimmy saville but I wouldn’t put Stanley in that bracket for saying those things.
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      Reply #214: Mar 24, 2020 04:25:13 pm
      I remember 20 years ago I was seeing a girl from Bradford and her family originated from Kashmir, both her mother and father were doctors (no surprise there) and were of muslim faith. We were in love but kept the relationship secret from her parents. The first time I took her to see my father he said “ and what are you dear?” . It’s the generation he was born into, he wasn’t being racist or unkind and nor was he a b*stard.
      It’s easy for people behind a keyboard to write whatever they like without putting much thought into it the same as some of the older generation don’t think before they speak ( and even then they don’t understand what the fuss is about).
      If you don’t like what someone says or does that’s fine but when every post is he/she is a b*stard or a c*nt it shows you in a bad light and borderline idiotic. Remember these people have families, children, brothers and sisters etc have a bit of common sense and just a bit of understanding, be the bigger man.
      Of course it’s a way of getting a plus 1 off each other   ;)
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      Reply #215: Mar 24, 2020 04:55:31 pm
      So basically you're a wool trying to tell scousers what to do?

       :lmao: good luck with that soft arse!!


      I’ve never felt the need to stick anyone on ignore but I’m afraid you’re like some child trying to be some scouse macho man, you are void of ideas, unable to debate because of low intelligence and a complete idiot. So off you pop on ignore

       xxxxx:action-smiley-065:
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      Reply #216: Mar 26, 2020 02:02:46 pm
      I remember 20 years ago I was seeing a girl from Bradford and her family originated from Kashmir, both her mother and father were doctors (no surprise there) and were of muslim faith. We were in love but kept the relationship secret from her parents. The first time I took her to see my father he said “ and what are you dear?” . It’s the generation he was born into, he wasn’t being racist or unkind and nor was he a b*stard.
      It’s easy for people behind a keyboard to write whatever they like without putting much thought into it the same as some of the older generation don’t think before they speak ( and even then they don’t understand what the fuss is about).
      If you don’t like what someone says or does that’s fine but when every post is he/she is a b*stard or a c*nt it shows you in a bad light and borderline idiotic. Remember these people have families, children, brothers and sisters etc have a bit of common sense and just a bit of understanding, be the bigger man.
      Of course it’s a way of getting a plus 1 off each other   ;)
       

      Like ya said,old people/relatives say stupid racist things but  it's just us that here it. Seems that johnsons dad is all over the telly spouting sh*t and him and his ilk are the cu*ts running the country,stiring up hate.So no the old and confused excuse doesn't work.And calling them cu*ts or hoping them ill on a lfc forum ain't gonna effect their lives in anyway.
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      Re: The Post Brexit Unicorn Thread.
      Reply #217: May 30, 2020 03:25:09 pm
      BREXIT



      SO LONG  ........................ ..........  AND WE'RE TAKING ALL THE FISH .     ;D
      « Last Edit: May 30, 2020 03:30:35 pm by MIRO »
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      Reply #218: May 30, 2020 05:36:48 pm
      BREXIT



      SO LONG  ........................ ..........  AND WE'RE TAKING ALL THE FISH .     ;D

      Just like the like great fish war.... Checks notes.... Which we lost to Iceland. And winning it this time means nothing, not when a lot of the rights are owned by mainland EU any way.

      But thanks for the lovely bit of jingoism.
      « Last Edit: May 30, 2020 06:15:40 pm by Roddenberry »
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      Reply #219: Jun 17, 2020 11:05:44 pm
      The transition deal ends in 6 months. The British Government are trying to negotiate a new trade deal in a few weeks, a process that usually takes at least 5 years.

      When you consider the limitations of the virus, summer holidays, and the time needed to ratify whatever is agreed by Westminster and Brussels, they could be in no deal territory again soon enough.
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      Reply #220: Jun 23, 2020 02:48:16 pm
      Boris Johnson's Dad applying for a French passport so that Boris's many kids can live and work in the European Union when they're older.

      A lovely story for us all
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      Reply #221: Jun 23, 2020 03:28:41 pm
      Boris Johnson's Dad applying for a French passport so that Boris's many kids can live and work in the European Union when they're older.

      A lovely story for us all

      On the same subject, a lot of Brexit supporters believe, if you weren't born here, you're not British, and you should "go home", well I learnt today, Boris isn't British, he was born in NY, he's a yank, following on from this, he only recently gave up his US citizenship as they were coming for his non payment of taxes.
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      Reply #222: Jun 23, 2020 06:20:55 pm
      Worth it?

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      Reply #223: Jun 23, 2020 08:01:02 pm
      The transition deal ends in 6 months. The British Government are trying to negotiate a new trade deal in a few weeks, a process that usually takes at least 5 years.

      When you consider the limitations of the virus, summer holidays, and the time needed to ratify whatever is agreed by Westminster and Brussels, they could be in no deal territory again soon enough.
      I know you are pro EU but why is it that there are only 6 months left to do a trade deal when the referendum was 4 years ago? Think about it.
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      Reply #224: Jun 23, 2020 09:40:50 pm
      I know you are pro EU but why is it that there are only 6 months left to do a trade deal when the referendum was 4 years ago? Think about it.


      Because the Tories are really after a no deal exit and their party funders have a sh*t load of money riding on it.

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