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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Do you know that some of those involved were not white themselves.
    Yes it was a disgusting attack but chances are that mob would have given someone a kicking that night because that's what they wanted to do.
    Too much drink/drugs.
    Haha that's okay then. Nothing to see here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder87 View Post
    Probably. It's a part of the English culture after all, going out, getting smashed and then smashing some innocent person's head in. Happens all the time in just about every city and town in the country.
    How do you know? Another generalisation!
    Why English culture?happens in Scotland and Wales too.
    Not to mention many European countries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    How do you know? Another generalisation!
    Why English culture?happens in Scotland and Wales too.
    Not to mention many European countries.
    What do you mean how do I know? I've seen it with my own 2 eyes.

    Funny, you call it a generalisation (what you've been doing in this entire thread about Muslims) and then say it happens in Scotland and Wales too.

    Let's call it a part of British culture then if it makes you happier. Guess it's OK as long as it's on a brown skinned immigrant though, then we can just blame it on 'poor integration'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder87 View Post
    What do you mean how do I know? I've seen it with my own 2 eyes.

    Funny, you call it a generalisation (what you've been doing in this entire thread about Muslims) and then say it happens in Scotland and Wales too.

    Let's call it a part of British culture then if it makes you happier. Guess it's OK as long as it's on a brown skinned immigrant though, then we can just blame it on 'poor integration'.
    Wow now you're accusing me of being racist. What a nice chap you are.
    Seeing as you've been to every town and city in the UK and seen all this violence there's no wonder you moved to Turkey......where it's common place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Wow now you're accusing me of being racist. What a nice chap you are.
    Seeing as you've been to every town and city in the UK and seen all this violence there's no wonder you moved to Turkey......where it's common place.
    I guess if that's what you inferred then obviously that says more about you think about yourself than what I wrote.

    And yet another false generalisation. You obviously haven't got a clue what Turkey is like. There's a whole world out there outside your little hate filled bubble you know, maybe you should go out and see it one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder87 View Post
    I guess if that's what you inferred then obviously that says more about you think about yourself than what I wrote.

    And yet another false generalisation. You obviously haven't got a clue what Turkey is like. There's a whole world out there outside your little hate filled bubble you know, maybe you should go out and see it one day.
    have I shown hate? who do I hate? my opinions are not hate. that's the trouble these days you have an opinion and if it's not politically correct then you have hate or some sort of phobia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    that's the trouble these days you have an opinion and if it's not politically correct then you have hate or some sort of phobia.
    This is about the only things we agree on - and even the Pope is fed up with all the whingers
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/us-pop...-idUKKBN19Z0XW
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysteron View Post
    This is about the only things we agree on - and even the Pope is fed up with all the whingers
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/us-pop...-idUKKBN19Z0XW
    we probably agree on loads.....you daren't admit it
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    we probably agree on loads.....you daren't admit it
    Haven't seen too much the last few weeks
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    seasonedtraveller reminds me of something which slips and slides in the way he answers things. Always has an excuse for the **** he is propagating.
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    Guy Verhofstadt says Jeremy Corbyn should take part in the negotiations ... http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7839746.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreams-come-true View Post
    Guy Verhofstadt says Jeremy Corbyn should take part in the negotiations ... http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7839746.html
    All the sounds are Davis & May have been chaotic & all over the shop so far in talks, it's already gotten silly, they really need to step aside sooner rather than later as they battle miserably to stay in power here & somehow negotiate Brexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    All the sounds are Davis & May have been chaotic & all over the shop so far in talks, it's already gotten silly, they really need to step aside sooner rather than later as they battle miserably to stay in power here & somehow negotiate Brexit.
    Doesn't look like they want to negotiate. Planning to just walk away I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Doesn't look like they want to negotiate. Planning to just walk away I think
    That isn't really a plan then is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoscoch View Post
    That isn't really a plan then is it?
    Why do you need a plan?
    The great explorers of this world didn't need one
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Why do you need a plan?
    The great explorers of this world didn't need one
    You used the word planning. This suggests a plan.

    Now you are asking why do you need a plan?

    Well...in order to be described as planning...you need a plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Why do you need a plan?
    The great explorers of this world didn't need one

    Actually more often than not, they did. Not that it has anything to do with leaving the single market. Just seem like cutting off your nose to spite your face to me.

    No notice is being taken of the different reasons people voted to leave, the vast minority of which would have wanted to dump the trade agreement we have, if any. Its suicide to support that stance even if you are a Brexiter. If a referendum was taken based on the current route I can guarantee it would fall flat on its arse, especially if prices were to sky rocket, which they would.
    Eat. Sleep. Rave. Repeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhoscoch View Post
    You used the word planning. This suggests a plan.

    Now you are asking why do you need a plan?

    Well...in order to be described as planning...you need a plan.
    You dont need to plan to walk away. Cheerio
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eloader View Post
    Actually more often than not, they did. Not that it has anything to do with leaving the single market. Just seem like cutting off your nose to spite your face to me.

    No notice is being taken of the different reasons people voted to leave, the vast minority of which would have wanted to dump the trade agreement we have, if any. Its suicide to support that stance even if you are a Brexiter. If a referendum was taken based on the current route I can guarantee it would fall flat on its arse, especially if prices were to sky rocket, which they would.
    All the financial consequences were laid out by the remain campaign, thats basically all they had. And like it or not people still voted to leave. Its hard to threaten people with financial scare mongering when most haven't really got anything to lose in the first place.

    So i doubt repeating the same "predictions" would make any difference to those who voted Leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    You dont need to plan to walk away. Cheerio
    You did say planning to walk away, to be fair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WirralRiddler View Post
    You did say planning to walk away, to be fair.
    Ok.....intending. hardly needs a plan apart from not being bothered about negotiating
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Ok.....intending. hardly needs a plan apart from not being bothered about negotiating
    ...intending. Hardly

    (Thank me later).
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Doesn't look like they want to negotiate. Planning to just walk away I think
    No its not that they don't want to negotiate, its that they can't

    They represent a shambles at odds with itself
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    No its not that they don't want to negotiate, its that they can't

    They represent a shambles at odds with itself
    Course we can negotiate but when they want too much what's the point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Course we can negotiate but when they want too much what's the point?
    Probably what they are thinking about us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    Course we can negotiate but when they want too much what's the point?
    Too much what?

    What are you talking about?

    We voted leave, we have to negotiate an exit, but such is the mess of government and the in house fighting yet again of the Tories, they can't even manage the basics in a negotiation for Brexit never mind moving onto the real crucial matters.

    All sounds are we're looking stupid at the negotiation table and its barely started. You seem to think we have some strategic no deal no dice thing going on, we don't, we are just useless and don't know what we need to do
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    Quote Originally Posted by welshypool View Post
    Too much what?

    What are you talking about?

    We voted leave, we have to negotiate an exit, but such is the mess of government and the in house fighting yet again of the Tories, they can't even manage the basics in a negotiation for Brexit never mind moving onto the real crucial matters.

    All sounds are we're looking stupid at the negotiation table and its barely started. You seem to think we have some strategic no deal no dice thing going on, we don't, we are just useless and don't know what we need to do
    So you think we should have stayed in the eu because we can't negotiate out of it?
    Europe do not want to give us anything...as David Cameron found out. Now we can't get out of their club?
    Then I say walk away
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    So you think we should have stayed in the eu because we can't negotiate out of it?
    Europe do not want to give us anything...as David Cameron found out. Now we can't get out of their club?
    Then I say walk away
    'I'm sick of my job, hate my manager, the pay isn't what I want and I don't like the hours. So I'm just going to quit and just live on streets.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasonedtraveller View Post
    So you think we should have stayed in the eu because we can't negotiate out of it?
    Europe do not want to give us anything...as David Cameron found out. Now we can't get out of their club?
    Then I say walk away
    No that's not what I think. You leaped to that conclusion somehow.

    Don't sweat it, it really is pointless trying to hold a discussion with you
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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder87 View Post
    'I'm sick of my job, hate my manager, the pay isn't what I want and I don't like the hours. So I'm just going to quit and just live on streets.'
    No you learn s trade and go self employed
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