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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    You're an idiot and you can't read.
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    Like I said, you're an idiot and you can't read.
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    (but you're an idiot and you can't read),
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    But you're an idiot and you can't read.
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    But you're an idiot and you can't read.
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    and idiots still won't understand them anyway.
    At times I'm a sucker for statistics, and couldn't help it.

    I typed'harrybarracuda' and 'idiot' into the search function
    He does fancy calling other posters 'idiot'
    it's not personal
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    Looks more like harry is sulking.

    Does not in the least involve him so just ignore it altogether.
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    To each his own but I think most arguments lodged by attacking others by calling them idiots and suggesting a lack of reading skills say more about the claimant than anyone else.


    Are you fucking serious?

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    ^However, such posts are loved by mods as they are the most visited, increasing the number of clicks.

    Who cares about facts, they are so boring and sometimes not convenient to read.

    So, better to learn who is "an asshole", "idiot", "moron", etc...

    Actually, who is such, we learn of the author of such posts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Who cares about facts, they are so boring and sometimes not convenient to read.
    At least you make up your own or get them from some right-wing nutjob site! <thumbs-up>
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    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    I typed'harrybarracuda' and 'idiot' into the search function
    He does fancy calling other posters 'idiot'
    it's not personal
    Of course it isn't.

    And a swift correlation of the posts will tell you who the idiots are. I think there's a club.

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    Guaido urges unity government backed by loans to fight virus

    Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó is calling for the creation of a "national emergency government" of diverse political leanings to fight the spread of the coronavirus with the assistance of $1.2 billion in international loans

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    29 March 2020, 09:15

    MIAMI -- Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó called Saturday night for the creation of a "national emergency government" of diverse political leanings to fight the spread of the coronavirus with the assistance of $1.2 billion in international loans.

    Speaking in a video released on Twitter, Guaidó said the unity government would not be headed by Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela's socialist leader who was indicted this week in the U.S. on narcoterrorism charges.

    “Those who surround Maduro need to understand the gravity of the accusations,” Guaidó said. “It’s absolutely impossible under his usurpation to have any type of solution for the country or our families.”

    But in a show of reconciliation, Guaidó, who is recognized as Venezuela’s lawful leader by the U.S. and almost other 60 countries, said opponents of Maduro need to be “realistic” and be prepared to share power.

    As an incentive to members of the military and Venezuelans who still support Maduro, he said international financial institutions are prepared to support such a power-sharing arrangement with $1.2 billion in loans so Venezuela can fight the pandemic. He said the loans would be used to directly assist Venezuelan families who are expected to be harmed not only by the spread of the disease but also the economic shock from a collapse in oil prices, virtually the country's only source of hard currency.

    “The consultations we’ve already made allow us to affirm that this is absolutely possible if we form an emergency government,” Guaidó said.

    The International Monetary Fund recently rejected a similar $5 billion request from Maduro, saying there was a lack of clarity among its 189 members on whether Maduro or Guaidó is the legitimate leader of Venezuela.

    Guaidó last September made a similar gesture, proposing a transitional government headed by neither him nor Maduro. The proposal went nowhere.

    But with the already bankrupt country running out of gasoline and seeing bouts of looting amid the coronavirus, calls have been growing for both the opposition and Maduro to set aside their bitter differences to head off a nightmare scenario.

    There was no immediate comment from Maduro about the video. But in recent days he has said he is willing to work with the opposition, if not Guaidó specifically, to address the coronavirus emergency.

    "You say you don't recognize me,” Maduro said. “I don't care that you don't recognize me. What matters to me is that we work for Venezuela toward reaching an agreement for the benefit of Venezuela."

    The United Nations said Venezuela could be one of the nations hit hardest by the spread of the coronavirus, designating it a country for priority attention due to a health system marked by widespread shortages of medical supplies and lack of water and electricity.

    The coronavirus has so far claimed two victims and left another 119 people infected in the South American country.

    Guaido urges unity government backed by loans to fight virus - ABC News

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    Maduro is such a twat. His deals to pay Putin and the chinkies in oil are in tatters when it's hovering at $20 a barrel ( and that heavy Venezuelan shit isn't even worth that ).

    Russia has now sold its Venezuelan assets while they're still worth something.

    And Rostec has also pulled out over unpaid bills.

    I wonder when they are going to start to wonder if Guiado gives them more chance of getting something back from their investments?

    Major Russian defense contractor pulls out of Venezuela - MarketWatch

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