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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    By not having the option of a no-deal, it's like giving your gun to armed bandits and trying to negotiate with them how little of your money you'll give them.

    But anyway, both the EU and the UK want a deal but if we are unable to come to a deal that both sides can accept, then both sides shoud have the option of walking away without one. It would be madness not to.
    The UK is the entitled princess in a high maintenance relationship, she tells her long time devoted husband she wants to leave so she can pursue her socialite career in solo so she can fuck younger men and have fun. The husband tells her to go ahead. However, the divorce settlement is not as great as she expected, ad her expensive lifestyle is going to stop. No more prestigious gala diner, expensive restaurants and hotels. And she might have to work for a living. In the meantime, husband (EU) found a new younger wife (Macron), cheaper lifestyle, and is happy to have found love again

    The bitchy entitled wife (UK) solution to take back control of her divorce terms: Hold a gun to her head and threaten to pull the trigger


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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    If you haven't noticed by now the only thing simple Sybil has an opinion on is other posters
    but this post of yours is not that kind of post, righto?

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    Ad hom to him is like catnip for tiddles.

    The stench of his hypocrisy is acrid.

    Next is the stream of obscene insults...

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    that's Betty, no wonder he is a big Apple fan, he believes in miracle and fairy tales

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    "The rules are the rules, you cannot change the rules (except when Frau says change/ignore the rules)!" - Verhofstadt



    Mogg grills, Verhofstadt squirms.

    Illegal bailouts? They're only allowed when Frau says bail out Deutsche Bank while Napoleon hops around for attention in the background since French banks are also at her mercy.

    Quite simply, Mediterranean EU states are insolvent, eastern members frustrated with the waste, abuse, corruption and direction, caught in the Venus fly trap, with the spectre of PIIGS rising while France and Germany build a totalitarian Empire whihc they will fight over later. Well, not quite fight, more like repeat history.

    And for those of our cheerleaders with no coherent response, I suggest you pick up on the glaring spellink errors or talk about piss and nappy rash.
    Good find and absolutely correct analysis. You won't get a reasoned response from the one-eyed crowd who believe the EU is all roses and the likes of Verhofstadt are heroic liberals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post


    Ad hom to him is like catnip for tiddles.

    The stench of his hypocrisy is acrid.

    Next is the stream of obscene insults...
    but he does have a point, you are a boring tedious twat, and I think the consensus across the entire forum is quite clear on your character

    think of yourself as Jeff 2.0

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    ^^Doubling down on your bs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    By not having the option of a no-deal, it's like giving your gun to armed bandits and trying to negotiate with them how little of your money you'll give them.
    So after years of negotiations and using the threat of no-deal as leverage, would you say its been successful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    but he does have a point, you are a boring tedious twat, and I think the consensus across the entire forum is quite clear on your character
    think of yourself as Jeff 2.0
    .....some kids are going to get low grades for the effort they put in over the weekend....

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    While the 'input' of you and buttplug is highly valued and has earned you great respect of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    While the 'input' of you and buttplug is highly valued and has earned you great respect of course.
    Ouch, that hurt...Still keep plugging away for that much coveted respect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Perhaps you'd like to offer up some actual opinion of your own about the accuracy of JRM's comments on the Maastricht treaty and how it relates to the bank bailouts, jabir?
    Oh, I often do refer to the EU's Office of Illegal Bailouts, and I'm sure you haven't noticed that none of you Europhiles have once opposed the tag, which gives me pause to wonder why.

    That you have the gall to accuse others of lacking coherence is extraordinary.
    Others? Oh you mean you!

    Perhaps you had a liquid lunch?
    Surely you can do better than the Belgian, go on, try.

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    ^^ Quite the zinger in reply, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrel View Post
    ^^ Quite the zinger in reply, too.

    Don't need zing for you, just a bit of patience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^^ Quite the zinger in reply, too.

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    Well I'll let you have the last word now, so you won't need to rack up another utterly pointless century before dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Well I'll let you have the last word now, so you won't need to rack up another utterly pointless century before dinner.
    OK you've moved from picky to rhetorical....got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    You won't get a reasoned response from the one-eyed crowd who believe the EU is all roses
    That's because none of that crowd is aboard here, idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    While the 'input' of you and buttplug is highly valued and has earned you great respect of course.

    doubling down on your tedious twatness

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    "It was never really possible to negotiate..." - right, so has it finally sunk in, a few weeks before Brexit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    "It was never really possible to negotiate..." - right, so has it finally sunk in, a few weeks before Brexit?
    The British government had no other option than to try to negotiate, to go through the process, and still that is their only option at the moment, but at some point in time the plug has to be pulled and we leave the EU without an agreement if necessary.

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    please tooth faiiry, make them leave without an agreement

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    Oddbins has announced it's going into receivership, again, with the threat of 550 job losses. The blame has been put on the uncertainty caused by brexit.

    It's going to be a tight few months for a few companies of this size category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Oddbins has announced it's going into receivership, again, with the threat of 550 job losses. The blame has been put on the uncertainty caused by brexit.

    It's going to be a tight few months for a few companies of this size category.
    You're so full of shit. The primary reason they have gone into administration is because of the deterioration of the high street, due to high rent and rates and people shopping online.

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