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 vlad dracul
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"The idea that an independent Scotland will be able to negotiate its terms of entry to the EU is nonsense, the EU will tell it what the terms will be, assuming of course that they are prepared to accept their application, there's a lot of EU countries against the idea."


Exactly. There are to many gulag nations with areas which want separatism. Scotland would be told to shut up and take what's given to you. Being enslaved by brussels is not independence.......


"Scotland won't suddenly become much richer because Ireland is richer. Ireland's abuse of tax laws is already being clamped down on and for sure the EU does not want another tax haven in it's midst."


Correct. The european central bank, the imf and european court of justice will decree the way a Scottish parliament will be run. We will not be a nation.........


"Indeed by the time we get there I am sure the EU will be wanting to harmonise taxes across the bloc, bang goes Ireland's low rate of corporation tax."

"EU COMMMISION president Jean-Claude Juncker called for the bonds of Eurofederalism to be tightened yesterday in the face of Brexit.

Mr Juncker urged even further centralisation of powers to Brussels and the creation of a European armed forces tied to Nato.

But he admitted: “We have many unresolved problems,” blaming them on “galloping populism” from which Europe must be protected.

Turning to the thorny issue of an EU army, which Britain has always opposed, Mr Juncker insisted: “We must have a European headquarters.Together, we have to make sure that we protect our interests.”

Mr Juncker led last summer’s anti-democratic drive to force Greece to accept crippling austerity measures in return for a debt-restructuring bailout package, a deal that had already been rejected.

https://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/a-7282-juncker-demands-a-more-centralised-eu-1

So much for the eu not becoming a united states of europe eh?..........

"Yes, Scotland would be a part of a large trading bloc. I'm not sure who the greatest beneficiary of that would be and depending n the outcome of Brexit, Scotland could face a hard border with the rest of the UK."

A trading bloc which you can only join if you do what you are told. Citizens will have no say in anything except electing the next idiot who will line their pockets with euros. Just like kinnock.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/12/2018 10:54:07 AM
The last report I read about Scotland being in the EU post brexit wasn't that there were lots of country against it. Quite the opposite. It's not a given that Scotland would apply for eu membership anyway. It doesn't have to be full Eu membership. There's a long way to go before that decision is taken.

As for a hard border with the rest of the UK where has this been suggested? Do you have any evidence for this?
 duracell_bunny_one
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Posted: 1/12/2018 11:25:15 AM
^ ^ ^ As an avid non-reader of this thread
(thanks everyone who pm'd me, the cold is going)
Would a 'hard border' mean rebuilding Hadrians Wall?


 scareymush
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Posted: 1/12/2018 2:23:52 PM
Wait...there's only 5 million people living in Scotland and 60 million living south of the border!?

Time for the SNP to adopt the same tactics as the DUP I reckon....oh but they'd have to want to remain loyal to the crown then..

Vlad, I've mentioned to you before an Irish MEP called Luke Flanagan....he used to be known as Ming the Merciless and got into politics because he wants cannabis legalised in Ireland. He's been at this politics game for nearly thirty years now.

He's an independent and his current ticket is to reserve the rights of his fellow Roscommon people to cut the turf for heating and other purposes which the EU opposes because they want to preserve the bogs of Ireland because of the rare flora and fauna.

Anyway Ming is a gas man, very determined and fascinated by all that EU hubbedly bubble, so he has a face book page where he puts up videos of EU parliament proceedings...he's somewhat disparaging and his videos show an awful lot of empty seats during important discussions.

You might enjoy having a gander at his page

https://www.facebook.com/Lukemingflanagan/

It always seemed to me that when an Irish politician was made an MEP it was as if their party was literally putting them out to grass and that EU stuff was considered secondary to the real business at home.....you could suspect that there are powers that be within the EU who make all the decisions regardless of other less significant countries' input via their MEPs.
 vlad dracul
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Posted: 1/12/2018 2:44:48 PM
Scarey
"Anyway Ming is a gas man, very determined and fascinated by all that EU hubbedly bubble, so he has a face book page where he puts up videos of EU parliament proceedings...he's somewhat disparaging and his videos show an awful lot of empty seats during important discussions.

You might enjoy having a gander at his page

https://www.facebook.com/Lukemingflanagan/"

I certainly shall have a wee look in missus. Regarding the emerald isle has this below been in the media headlines ?


"Corporation tax harmonisation plans across the euro zone pose a bigger threat to Ireland than the departure of the UK from the European Union, the head of the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has strongly warned.

Speaking to the Oireachtas Committee on Budgetary Oversight, the chair of the council, Seamus Coffey, said Ireland could lose up to €4 billion worth of corporation tax if EU-wide tax rules for multinationals were set.

His warning came as European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker told MEPs that tax rules for Facebook, Google, Amazon and other digital companies should no longer be subject to veto by member states.

“Europe has to be able to act quicker and more decisively,” Mr Juncker told the European Parliament in Strasbourg, saying existing EU rules should be used to reduce the power of individual EU states.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/eu-tax-plan-is-a-bigger-threat-to-ireland-than-brexit-1.3220094

Just look for a moment at that last quote. The eu should reduce the power of nations. Ffs if that is not a statement of intent eh?..........
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/12/2018 3:25:42 PM
There is mention of it Vlad but it was mentioned last year....during August and September

I'll copy and paste this because of the Irish Times pay wall.....this appeared there today:


Corporate tax: A change of tone highlights risks

We simply cannot base new spending programmes on revenues that might come under pressure


The change of tone by the Government on the outlook for corporate tax is notable. Previously, ministers had relied on data from the Revenue Commissioners and a report by economist Séamus Coffey as indicating that the strong surge in corporate tax receipts in recent years was broadly sustainable. This is still the hope, certainly for the next couple of years, but Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe struck a notably cautious tone this week, warning that the reliance of corporate tax receipts on a small number of companies did create risks.

The growth of corporate tax payments in recent years, and their concentration on a small number of taxpayers, are both striking. Corporate tax has almost doubled in the past three years and now represents 16 per cent of total tax revenue. The top 10 multinational taxpayers account for 37 per cent of corporate tax revenue – and this amounts to 6 per cent of all taxes collected in the State. As the department puts it: “The public finances are, therefore, exposed to firm- and sector-specific shocks, as well as to potential policy changes elsewhere.”

The Coffey report, published last year, does provide some reassurance. Multinational restructuring, allied with rising business profits, seems to have been a factor in pushing up tax receipts here in recent years. Coffey felt that the revenues should be sustainable over the next three years, though it was impossible to be definitive. As the department said in its report on tax trends published this week, the experience of recent years suggests that caution is nonetheless appropriate.

We know from the economic crash that basing ongoing spending plans on transient revenues is a recipe – sooner or later – for disaster. Then, taxed based on transactions in the property sector, such as stamp duty and VAT on new homes, collapsed. Together with the impact of the collapse on overall tax revenues, this left a massive hole in the public finances.


Corporate tax revenues are unlikely to collapse so dramatically, but they could take a hit, either from some reversal in the fortunes of a few of the companies involved or the impact of changes in US or EU tax policy. A cooling in global growth over the next few years could also affect the growth of these revenues.

Against this backdrop, the message is clear. We simply cannot base new spending programmes on revenues that might come under pressure. There will be significant pressure to spend money on day-to-day and investment projects in the next few years – many of them worthy of more cash. But we need to be cautious, too, to keep our debt burden declining and create some room for manoeuvre in the years ahead. To end up having to cut spending and increase taxes again in the face of another slowdown would be unforgiveable mismanagement.

https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/editorial/corporate-tax-a-change-of-tone-highlights-risks-1.3352231


Previous articles:

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/eu-tax-plan-is-a-bigger-threat-to-ireland-than-brexit-1.3220094

https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/gavin-mcloughin-france-and-germany-planning-assault-on-irelands-corporation-tax-36009833.html
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 1/13/2018 2:35:23 AM
Hard Border comes with the territory Pauline. Assuming the UK leaves the EU what Scotland does next will determine what the trading relationship is between the two.

If Scotland stays in the UK, nothing happens. If Scotland goes independent and joins the EU then the UK/Scottish customs relationship will be the same as enjoyed by the UK with the rest of the EU. If it stays out of the EU then it would need to agree a trading relationship with the UK. Currently the negotiations with the EU would suggest a potentially hard border otherwise Scotland could be used as a murky interface between the EU and the UK 9and the rest of the world). It will not necessarily be a win/win for Scotland. (wishful thinking again).
 vlad dracul
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Posted: 1/13/2018 4:03:35 AM
The pro remainers who are having a 'kleenex' moment over nigel farages brexit 2 fantasy constantly tell us that "experts" on economic forecasts must be listened to.

The same economic forecasters who never seen the last crash coming. "Experts" like these arseholes..........


"In a rare volte-face, the International Monetary Fund this week admitted that it grossly underestimated the impact of the austerity regime it advised Europeans to adopt.

A paper authored by IMF chief economist Olivier Blanchard found that every dollar that governments cut from their budgets actually reduced economic output by $1.50.

The IMF forecast originally that economic activity would be reduced by only $0.50 for every $1.00 fiscal spending cut. Now this is not the IMF’s official position, mind you. But Blanchard, as chief economist, makes the IMF look shame-faced. Indirectly, at least.

Predictably, this has given considerable ammunition to critics of the bitter austerity prescription that has characterised European governments’ fiscal policies.

Economics is known as the dismal science. But for the IMF’s critics, this egregious forecasting error — upon which so much policy advice was built — is more than a crime. It’s a mistake.

The fact is that economics is much more of an art than a science. Econometricians can factor in x amount of data into a model to show outcome y. Like actors, who are only as good as their scripts, economists are only as good as the data they

Blanchard calculated that the IMF utilised a multiplier of 0.5. In reality, it should have been 1.5. In the IMF’s defence, Blanchard argues that the Fund underestimated the extraordinary financial circumstances of the European economies. In other words, the IMF was too optimistic about the impact of austerity measures upon GDP, and did not expect the effect upon unemployment would be so severe.

https://theconversation.com/we-were-wrong-imf-report-details-the-damage-of-austerity-11533


And because of these arseholes the pro remainers try scare tactics to frighten ordinary citizens into remaining in the eu gulag. How refreshing to read this below from politico..........

"You wouldn’t know it from reading Brexit coverage lately, but the U.K. has far more leverage in Brexit negotiations than many would like to acknowledge.

Analysis of the cost to the regions of EU member countries — carried out by the EU’s Committee of the Regions — found that a no-deal scenario would be hugely damaging for the bloc.

The U.K. has no reason to feel unduly boxed in by the EU’s negotiating mandate. Inflexibility on the part of EU negotiators will cause member countries to wonder whether they are being properly represented in the negotiations. That’s a lose-lose for the bloc.

Current estimates of the cost to EU member countries of no trade deal are in fact a considerable underestimate of the total — given that these ripple effects would be considerable.

The fallout in Europe could be politically explosive too.

In Germany, the automotive industry will be significantly affected, with producers potentially losing around €2.2 billion to €7.6 billion in annual revenues, according to Legatum Institute research. This would translate into 8,600 to 29,400 jobs lost.

The dairy industry also stands to lose out. Similarly, the beef and dairy industries in Ireland could see their exports decline by 34 to 50 percent and 23 to 42 percent respectively.

Not only do the EU’s regions stand to suffer significant losses if both sides fail to conclude a successful trade agreement, but these losses will be focused on specific regions that are politically sensitive — such as Bavaria, northern Italy and Catalonia.

The concerns of specific EU regions make it clear that, far from being a supplicant, the U.K. in fact has considerable leverage in Brexit talks.

The European Commission will need to show its citizens that it can muster the flexibility needed to ensure that real people do not lose their jobs and won’t suffer as a result of Britain’s exit.

It’s only a matter of time until these democratic realities take hold in EU thinking and bring about a more flexible approach to the trade negotiations.

The U.K. must send a signal and come up with its own negotiating mandate. It is important that the U.K. does not open with its bottom line.

It’s looking increasingly dangerous for the EU to be intransigent in the negotiating process. If the U.K. pushes its agenda more vigorously, the Commission will have little choice but to be more compliant, resulting in a positive outcome for all parties.

https://www.politico.eu/article/brexit-no-deal-pain-is-uk-gain/
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/14/2018 10:12:24 AM
I remember the days when France insisted that French should be the official language of computer speak for those countries in the EU....funny.

Unfortunately for France Tim Berners-Lee who created the internet was a native English speaker....if only things had been so different.

Thank the Lord Jesus Christ it wasn't a Scot who invented the WWW.....we'd all have to be fluent in spelling words really badly then!


Oh yeah....forgot about those acronyms such as LOL etc. I hate that nonsense of speaking in code LMFAO
 10ky
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Posted: 1/15/2018 4:42:59 PM

Tim Berners-Lee who created the internet...


He created the internet yeah? Can you see that the harder you try to appear informed or clever, the more of a donkey you make of yourself? You don't even have a clue of what you are talking about. Imbecile!
 imanorangetiger
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Posted: 1/15/2018 6:10:43 PM
In your unending aim to prove yourself to be The Troll Supreme, you've also outed yourself to be a pedantic twat. Sir Tim Berners Lee may not have invented the internet per se, but he did more than most to find more practical uses for it and to turn it into what it is today. Stupid man.
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/15/2018 7:17:48 PM
hehe....


He created the internet yeah? Can you see that the harder you try to appear informed or clever, the more of a donkey you make of yourself? You don't even have a clue of what you are talking about. Imbecile!


What???????????????????


That made me laugh so much....

So, who is Tim Berners-Lee of Cern fame then?

Let's find out............

http://www.softschools.com/facts/scientists/timothy_john_bernerslee_facts/1913/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Berners-Lee

https://home.cern/topics/birth-web

You fvckin' idiot....I'm a web designer!

I've got my finger on the pulse, it's my business to do so....jaysus Mr PhD don't you even know the basics?

As far as I am concerned the 'World Wide Web' and 'The Internet' are interchangeable terms describing the same thing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Wide_Web

You stupid stupid person!

Bloody hell, well it's not news to me that you are as thick as sh1t but hopefully, this momentous faux pas of yours finally convinces others that you are totally ignorant and stupid....I know Pauline and Hostess will remain unconvinced but I hope those who gave you the benefit of the doubt previously, imagining your fake persona was satirical and some sort of misguided ugly horrible nasty parody that was clever-ish and hilarious because it shone a light on the absurdity of extreme sexism now know better....what an absolute gombeen of an amadan you are.....fvck me...it's a good laugh to see an NPD like you inadvertently make such a fool of himself .
 10ky
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Posted: 1/15/2018 8:22:44 PM
^^
(FACEPALMS)

Hello? All the links you've just posted prove you wrong. Can you at least see that, granny, or does it all fly right over your head? Imbecile!

-counsella
This is not being pedantic. This is apples and oranges, wee man. I kid you not. (shrugs)
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/15/2018 10:57:54 PM

As far as I am concerned the 'World Wide Web' and 'The Internet' are interchangeable terms describing the same thing.


^^^^ From my previous post.

unlike you :

Hello? All the links you've just posted prove you wrong. Can you at least see that, granny, or does it all fly right over your head? Imbecile


...........I know what I'm talkin' 'bout!

Ye cannae dinnae ken that?
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/16/2018 12:14:58 AM

Sir Timothy John "Tim" Berners-Lee, OM, KBE, FRS, FREng, FRSA, DFBCS (born 8 June 1955), also known as TimBL, is an English computer scientist. He is credited with the invention of the World Wide Web. He made a proposal for an information management system in March 1989.

http://www.softschools.com/facts/scientists/timothy_john_bernerslee_facts/1913/


Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee OM KBE FRS FREng FRSA FBCS (born 8 June 1955), also known as TimBL, is an English engineer and computer scientist, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Oxford.[3] He made a proposal for an information management system in March 1989,[4] and he implemented the first successful communication between a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) client and server via the internet in mid-November the same year.

Berners-Lee is the director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which oversees the continued development of the Web. He is also the founder of the World Wide Web Foundation and is a senior researcher and holder of the founders chair at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).[10] He is a director of the Web Science Research Initiative (WSRI), and a member of the advisory board of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence.[12][13] In 2011, he was named as a member of the board of trustees of the Ford Foundation. He is a founder and president of the Open Data Institute.

In 2004, Berners-Lee was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his pioneering work. In April 2009, he was elected a foreign associate of the United States National Academy of Sciences.[17][18] Named in Time magazine's list of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th century, Berners-Lee has received a number of other accolades for his invention.[19] He was honoured as the "Inventor of the World Wide Web" during the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, in which he appeared in person, working with a vintage NeXT Computer at the London Olympic Stadium.[20] He tweeted "This is for everyone", which instantly was spelled out in LCD lights attached to the chairs of the 80,000 people in the audience.[20] Berners-Lee received the 2016 Turing Award "for inventing the World Wide Web, the first web browser, and the fundamental protocols and algorithms allowing the Web to scale".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Berners-Lee


Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist at CERN, invented the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989. The web was originally conceived and developed to meet the demand for automatic information-sharing between scientists in universities and institutes around the world.

The first website at CERN - and in the world - was dedicated to the World Wide Web project itself and was hosted on Berners-Lee's NeXT computer. The website described the basic features of the web; how to access other people's documents and how to set up your own server. The NeXT machine - the original web server - is still at CERN. As part of the project to restore the first website, in 2013 CERN reinstated the world's first website to its original address.

On 30 April 1993 CERN put the World Wide Web software in the public domain. CERN made the next release available with an open licence, as a more sure way to maximise its dissemination. Through these actions, making the software required to run a web server freely available, along with a basic browser and a library of code, the web was allowed to flourish.

https://home.cern/topics/birth-web

Go jump in the Clyde you blithering idiot!
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/16/2018 12:32:45 AM
Addendum for the dumb-dumb


The World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or the Web) is an information space where documents and other web resources are identified by Uniform Resource Locators (URLs), interlinked by hypertext links, and can be accessed via the Internet.[1] English scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He wrote the first web browser computer program in 1990 while employed at CERN in Switzerland.[2][3] The Web browser was released outside CERN in 1991, first to other research institutions starting in January 1991 and to the general public on the Internet in August 1991.

The World Wide Web has been central to the development of the Information Age and is the primary tool billions of people use to interact on the Internet.[4][5][6] Web pages are primarily text documents formatted and annotated with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).[7] In addition to formatted text, web pages may contain images, video, audio, and software components that are rendered in the user's web browser as coherent pages of multimedia content.

Embedded hyperlinks permit users to navigate between web pages. Multiple web pages with a common theme, a common domain name, or both, make up a website. Website content can largely be provided by the publisher, or interactively where users contribute content or the content depends upon the users or their actions. Websites may be mostly informative, primarily for entertainment, or largely for commercial, governmental, or non-governmental organisational purposes.
 imanorangetiger
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Posted: 1/16/2018 2:24:33 AM

-counsella
This is not being pedantic. This is apples and oranges, wee man. I kid you not. (shrugs)


Wrong, chipfrya, you're still a pedantic twat. The internet and the world wide web are phrases that have become intertwined, but the fact is that the internet wouldn't be what it is today without the work of Berners Lee.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/16/2018 2:29:29 AM
A quick read at some peoples posting history shows that most of their posts are about Paul.

Odd that.

Chipfrya indeed.
 imanorangetiger
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Posted: 1/16/2018 3:58:53 AM
A quick look at your posts would show a similar pattern. When you're not going on about Scotland, that is. What's your point, apologist?


In order to maintain the highest quality forums you are restricted to having no more then 2 of the last 10 posts on a thread.
Since 2 of the last 10 posts are yours you can not post to this thread.
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 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 1/16/2018 5:10:38 AM
I wonder why that is Roxy? We do get interested and interesting people popping in but then for some strange unfathomable reason they decide to leave. What could possibly be the cause of that
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Posted: 1/16/2018 5:19:01 AM
I’m not sure either. There aren’t enough people contributing at the moment.
Then there’s the 4 horsemen deriding great pleasure from sniping each other.
Admittedly I’m not great with the political threads but I try to contribute on the others.
Last time I tried I couldn’t start a thread.
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 1/16/2018 7:05:23 AM
Drop me a line if you need a new thread starting.
 10ky
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Posted: 1/16/2018 7:19:57 AM
I tried to start a thread too about age-induced superiority complex and all I got was ma mong trolling me. It eventually got deleted for some reason. Can't post shite on here without having to deal with these crazy bstrds. (shrugs)

LMAOoOOOOoooOOO! Lunatic? Pot-kettle xD xD
vvv
 scareymush
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Posted: 1/16/2018 7:28:23 AM
I'm not taking the blame for what those two pennyante pissants post. I would appreciate not being included when really it is only those two mentalist trolls who are to blame for the state of the forums.

I have done a great job of damage control in the past by getting them to focus all their hate on me in the one thread which helped all of you post away freely on other threads and still you moaned.

I didn't post for a week until the other day and when reading the forums it was full of posts from the Motherwell lunatic....nearly a hundred posts without any substance, just ridiculous sh1t.....look to her and her immature child-sized boyfriend for the true culprits of the piece.

Don't lump me in with them anymore or I might get annoyed. You can see on this very thread where I made an innocent post only to be called names by an idiotic twonk...so please, next time you complain about the state of the forums, apportion the blame correctly.

Thank you.
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