Brexit - The Final

I'm ignorant? I'm just listing the concerns of the good doctor. You're the one going into gammon overdrive because you've been shown up repeatedly. Not in the mind of the gammons, mind.
You're the one who thinks 'if I don't get x there will be problems' = 'I'm an expert in me getting or not getting x'. Basic logical fail 'Doctor'.
 
You're the one who thinks 'if I don't get x there will be problems' = 'I'm an expert in me getting or not getting x'. Basic logical fail 'Doctor'.
Maybe delete this and then rewrite it a bit differently. Especially if you're going to start going on about logical fails.

Those in fictitious, gated grade two listed glass houses must not throw stones an' all that.
 
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Joe_Private

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My apologies, I dont pay close attention to your posts.
Did you mention you struggled to interact with civilians?
Nice to know you were at least paying some attention. I have no problems interacting with people, but I can't be bothered wasting my time with people with whom I have little or nothing in common with.
 
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Lucky you deleted that post saying I thought you're a prison officer before anyone saw it, eh?
 
Nice to know you were at least paying some attention. I have no problems interacting with people, but I can't be bothered wasting my time with people with whom I have little or nothing in common with.
I'm sure this is a problem you experience often.
 
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Joe_Private

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I'm sure this is a problem you will experience often.
I don't see a problem.

Do you feel the need to talk to random people, strike up a conversation with some bloke you don't know, in the gents perhaps? Cos I don't, but if you do, I'd suggest it's you who will be having the problems.
 
Maybe delete this and then rewrite it a differently. Especially if you're going to start going on about logical fails.

Those in fictitious, gated grade two listed glass houses must not throw stones an' all that.
Nah I'll just leave it up as it's perfectly clear. Fun as 'rewriting it a differently' would have been. Sent from my very pleasant listed home.
 
Nah I'll just leave it up as it's perfectly clear. Fun as 'rewriting it a differently' would have been. Sent from my very pleasant listed home.

That's one of the things I love about the UK - you don't need to be particularly intelligent or have any kind of gift in order to succeed.
 
That’s hilarious, really? Boris on dog training duties and the security staff mistaking it for a speech. How they must have laughed.
Still on the doom & gloom apocalypse mindset?

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If more top rated Universities existed in the north of England, I am sure you can attract a lot of people. A lot of overseas students generally tend to congregate around the higher ranked ones.
You are dead right there. I mean Durham Newcastle and Edinburgh universities are a right load of old rubbish.
 
Total respect for people who can run these distances.
She's not done it yet, but she has done quite a few 100 milers and just recently a 185 mile non-stop affair in just under 80 hours over some tough terrain (as opposed to easier multi day events) that has more climb in it than the Penine Way.

This is what she looks like with some slap on:

16179046_1232787340149570_2964659863568632103_o by Whey-Aye-Banzai, on Flickr

And this is what she looks like after she's ran 170 miles (with 15 still to go)...

IMG_7539 by Whey-Aye-Banzai, on Flickr

Maybe I'm not so rich after all! :eek:
 
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My house has nearly doubled in value since we purchased it. A large part of that is to do with high levels of migration (internal) due to the Severn Bridge tolls removal. It means Chepstow - where I live - has now become a suburb of Bristol.

We're planning to sell it and buy somewhere small and quiet, in deepest darkest Taff land, near some mountains.

We've a small mortgage, grown kids, we're self employed and don't work long hours and never more than four days per week maximum. We have almost total control over our work life, we can plan two years ahead (Wor Lass is going to run a 250 mile ultra marathon then (Lon Las Cymru ultra marathon)) and we have loads of spare time to indulge in doing the stuff we enjoy doing.

I am rich in many ways.

I hope you're not too disappointed.
Fair enough. But your laser beam like focus on foreigners stealing minimum wage jobs gives the impression of one who cannot compete with bottom feeders.

It reminds me of another posters obsessed with immigrants stealing mcjobs, yet apparently able to earn £10k per week at the drop of a hat.

Either liars or champagne socialists
 

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Chepstow is lovely, apart from all the Welsh and Bristolians...

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Sunday Times also recommends Ballycastle, a one family mafia built cultural backwoods stuffed with Game of Thrones fans looking for women and dragons. A road with trees running along each side, now collapsing under the weight of foreigners wondering what all the fuss is about.


So far they’ve recommended Holywood, possibly due to old timers wishing to relive the Saturday nights in the Railway Bar

That’s the thing, they also recommend one often best local bars, swerved and avoided by everyone and stuffed full of wet and baffled tourists.
Usually by the time the National press get there, everyone with any sense has bailed out.
 
Fair enough. But your laser beam like focus on foreigners stealing minimum wage jobs gives the impression of one who cannot compete with bottom feeders.
No, Baggy, I'm just in the fortunate position of being in AA, so I get to rub shoulders with the 'bottom feeders', though I don't usually use that term for them.

I don't see people just struggling to stay sober, I see people struggling to live.

Unlike the middle class - who've just started caring for the poor - I've been at it for a while now.
 
She's not done it yet, but she has done quite a few 100 milers and just recently a 185 mile non-stop affair in just under 80 hours over some tough terrain (as opposed to easier multi day events) that has more climb in it than the Penine Way.

This is what she looks like with some slap on:

16179046_1232787340149570_2964659863568632103_o by Whey-Aye-Banzai, on Flickr

And this is what she looks like after she's ran 170 miles (with 15 still to go)...

IMG_7539 by Whey-Aye-Banzai, on Flickr

Maybe I'm not so rich after all! :eek:


She looks like she's about to launch the plate at you in the second pic. Guessing she was in no mood to have you dancing around with a camera?

Good for her btw - sounds like quite the achiever. :)
 

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