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 rekirked
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Flossie you lose 20% VAT on a new car before you even drive off. Don’t fall for the ex demonstrator blag either, it’s technically a used car so zero rated but they’ll tell you 10 or 15% off list is a bargain when actually they’re making more than list price before VAT out of you.

Three to five years old is ideal, some other mug has paid the heavy depreciation before you.
 Jo van
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Posted: 1/9/2018 11:36:19 AM
Yeah, nice bit of editing there Vlad.
Presumably, you cut out selected sentences, because they didn't fit your narrative?
Like these:

Few demand that the country turn its back on Brussels, but with regard to domestic European ties, Warsaw has been behaving like a stranger within the EU family.

And

Social issues the West agrees on including equality, secularization and minority rights never made it to Poland, she said.

And

Poland and Hungary enjoy the EU as a money machine, but reject any kind of centralism emanating from Brussels. They also view Western Europe's multi-cultural aspects as a threat.

But I think the most significant sentence was one you did post:

Nearly unchecked, neoliberalism hit a society atomized by Communism, he said, adding that since there was no welfare state, and the unions were weak, capitalism moved in uncushioned.

"Racism" and nationalism and religious tribal dimwittery aren't the answer, these are all backwards moves, and won't improve any of the above,
but I think the EU might, but if they want to stay in, (and they do, because the EU gives them money, ) they have to be prepared to accept that it's a changing world.
That means that women, minorities, and gay people have to have the same rights as everyone else.
-And there's no such thing as "racial purity". There never was, and there never will be.
It's garbage.
Populism isn't always "right" Vlad.
See 1939, Germany.

Religions and demagogues like to whip up hatred of "others".
In poorer, less-well educated countries, like Hungary, both thrive, on ignorance, and fear.
It's easy, and brings results for politicians like trump.
-Tahts why a university is viewed with suspicion.
The tendency to refer to educated people as "elitist", regardless of their wealth, is symptomatic of a sort of "pol pot" mentality, where they executed people who wore glasses, assuming they were "intellectuals".
They love ignorance.
Education is the only "anti-venom" that works, but it takes time.

If they just keep acting like complete cvnts, I think the EU should kick them out, then they can be as "racist" and nationalist as they like, in their own poverty.
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 duracell_bunny_one
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Posted: 1/9/2018 12:26:18 PM
D'you know - if you totally ignore the Armchair Socialist,
the Scots raving separatist & the 'I'll do a great job for 50quid' ist,
it's quite like old times on here.............
ie fvcking dead

 vlad dracul
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Posted: 1/9/2018 4:57:44 PM
Josef
"Racism" and nationalism and religious tribal dimwittery aren't the answer, these are all backwards moves, and won't improve any of the above, but I think the EU might, but if they want to stay in, (and they do, because the EU gives them money, ) they have to be prepared to accept that it's a changing world.


Well the brussels gulag pays € millions to dictators to stop migrants getting into europe. So does that make the eu racist? Or does it only become racist when the "wrong type" of citizens say that migration is causing untold damage to nations enslaved in the eu gulag?..........

"That means that women, minorities, and gay people have to have the same rights as everyone else."

So how come a great many economic migrants who have flooded into europe since that stupid bint merkel invited the world to come in do not believe that?

Because a fair few of said economic migrants seem to think that women and homosexuals have no rights do they not? So what would be YOUR solution to economic migrants who adhere to a religious lifestyle choice which is anything but 'liberal' in outlook?

So when do said followers of the religion of peas who have flooded europe (well the ones the eu do not pay millions of euros to keep them out) realise it is a changing world?

Personally i think the poles and hungarians are doing a grand job. Perhaps they know that 'socialist firebrand' neil kinnock and his family made £10 million from the eu for doing nothing and chose to do the same?........

"-And there's no such thing as "racial purity". There never was, and there never will be.
It's garbage."

I never said there was.........


"Populism isn't always "right" Vlad."

So the populist wave london labour under st jeremy of corbyn are having with momentum? Is that the 'right' or the 'wrong' populism?

"Religions and demagogues like to whip up hatred of "others"."

Like the religion of peas?.........
 vlad dracul
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Posted: 1/9/2018 5:22:04 PM
"In poorer, less-well educated countries, like Hungary, both thrive, on ignorance, and fear."

Can you provide a link to show that hungarians are in the main stupid? And do you not think escaping the soviet gulag they may be a bit wary of the eu gulag?........

"It's easy, and brings results for politicians like trump."

Or st jeremy of corbyn?........

"-Tahts why a university is viewed with suspicion."

No it is viewed with suspicion because venture capitalist george soros funds it. The same george soros who.......

"The UK
On September 16, 1992, Britain’s pound crashed out the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) with a thud that was heard around the world. Around £3.3 billion was wiped from the government’s coffers, exacerbating an already bleak recession. Britain was humiliated, the pound was weakened, and people’s livelihoods destroyed. The man behind it all? George Soros.

While this was legal, it was also immoral. Soros later said he’d made £1 billion that day selling sterling he didn’t own."

"Malaysia
If Black Wednesday was the warm up, then the devastating Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 was the grand finale. Governments collapsed, protests swept through capitals, and millions of people were thrown into a hideous economic death spiral. Care to guess who was on hand to turn all this human misery into profit?

Although Soros was not the worst, he was one of the speculators leading the charge, aggressively attacking the currency to inflate his own profits."

"Thailand
The crash of the baht made Soros a lot of money, but at what a cost. Millions of Thais were left unemployed and impoverished, while 600,000 foreign workers were forced to return home. Construction, finance, and real estate collapsed, ruining many lives."

"Hong Kong
Yam-kuen went on an unprecedented buying spree, sinking HK$118 billion into the stock market to block Soros’s currency manipulations. It trashed Hong Kong’s reputation among financiers and cost the government, but at least it kept locals safe from a full-blown meltdown. Soros, for his part, has never apologized."

"Elections
Advocacy groups that tried to influence elections, they became notorious for using loopholes to get around campaign contribution laws. When the Federal Electoral Commission (FEC) finally cracked down on them, the worst offenders received big fines. One of the biggest fines of all was handed out to a group funded by Soros."

Or this?.........

"Omar Abdel Rahman is one bad dude. A hate preacher jailed in 1995, he inspired the 1993 World Trade Center bombing that killed six and injured over 1,000. He has connections to the Egyptian terror group Al-Jama’a Al-Islamiyya. In 2000, he got his lawyer, Lynne Stewart, to secretly pass messages to the group, breaking US law. When it came to trial, Soros helped fund Stewart’s defense."

"Tax
As a big-time Democrat donor, Soros is fond of saying rich people should pay more tax. Except.

Soros managed this by deferring the taxes paid on fees by his clients, which he then reinvested, allowing them to grow. Bloomberg estimates he amassed a $13.3 billion fortune through deferrals alone.

Although this was legal, it was deeply unfair, which may be why the US government closed the loophole and ordered Soros to repay $6.7 billion. Soros responded by moving all the money in question to Ireland."

Or a wee bit of insider trading........

"1988, George Soros profited from inside knowledge of a takeover of Societe Generale, a French bank. Although the profits were relatively minor (around $2.3 million), the takeover was seen in France as yet another example of corruption under president Francois Mitterrand.

When Mitterrand bowed out in 1995, the French opened an insider trading case against Soros. In 2002, he was convicted. Since then, Soros has repeatedly lost appeals launched with France’s highest court, and the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). He continues to deny any wrongdoing and has been dragging his feet on paying the $2.3 million fine for years.

This is despite the ECHR determining he knew he was breaking the law and that, as an experienced investor, should have expected some legal consequences. He broke the law, and broke it unapologetically.

We can’t help but wonder if non-billionaires would get such lenient treatment."

Maybe the hungarians know something the brussels gulag does not? Soros is a cvnt. He destroys folks lives for money.........

Can you say the hungarians are wrong to distrust soros? He my friend is on par with the central bank and the imf. A fvckin leach who cares not who gets turned over as long as he gets HIS way.

And that sums up elitists. They only care about their world..........

"The tendency to refer to educated people as "elitist", regardless of their wealth, is symptomatic of a sort of "pol pot" mentality, where they executed people who wore glasses, assuming they were "intellectuals"."

Er nope. They get called elitist because they only see their world and tend to be a tad patronising. And we live in a society where certain thoughts are seen as 'criminal'. And to be honest mate you are your own version of pol pot where any mention of migration or questioning of a certain religion can get you branded as an 'istismophobe'.

"They love ignorance."

All politicians love ignorance. Because the beaten bovine citizens are easy to manage.........

"Education is the only "anti-venom" that works, but it takes time."

I agree education is important. But not everyone is cut out for uni. At one time youngsters who hated school could get an apprenticeship. That option is not there anymore........

"If they just keep acting like complete cvnts, I think the EU should kick them out, then they can be as "racist" and nationalist as they like, in their own poverty."

I would love the eu to kick them out. That would be the end of the nightmare forever. Why are they acting like complete cvnts? Because they do not want migrants? Neither does the eu. Hence the multi million euro payments to dictators.

Are you aware that hungary cleared its national debt? Maybe we could learn a thing or two from hungary?.......

Hungary's central bank said today it had fully repaid a multi-billion-euro loan it took out in 2008 from international lenders to prop up its wobbling economy during the financial crisis.
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Posted: 1/10/2018 6:10:56 AM
Whaddya want Bunny? We've done a shed load of arses, tits, bums, willies, she said - he said. Don't think we've done "the average pubic hair length" or "have you had colonic irrigation?" yet?
 10ky
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Posted: 1/10/2018 1:17:04 PM
... and apparently, when we are not arguing on here, we are grumbling like a bunch of pensioners. Not sure what is best, frankly. lol.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/10/2018 5:30:47 PM
What baffles me about St jeremy of corbyn and his brexit position is that I continually see his views that he wants a jobs first brexit and that labour will negotiate this

They can't. They have nothing to do with brexit and the negotiations. I certainly don't think there will be a snap election any time soon.

It's just disingenuous as far as I'm concerned.

I'm more concerned about the 111 powers that Holyrood is set to lose. And the arse that's been made of it, because it's too late to table any amendments in the commons so it's going to the Lords where the snp have no representation.

That is crazy. Michelle mone has more say in these amendments than the snp mps.
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Posted: 1/11/2018 2:22:15 AM
Well the stupid name calling, misogyny, insults and puerile behaviour is most certainly not better quite frankly.

Back to the topic - the Times are reporting that led by the Germans, there is a move towards giving the UK access to the single market in return for a pile of dosh. That is probably in response to Junckers call to yesterday for all countries to make up the estimated 13 billion a year budget hole left by the UK leaving the EU.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/11/2018 6:50:58 AM
Brexit could see a £54bn hit to the economy by 2030, depending on the type of deal struck in the next year, according to the first set of taxpayer-funded impact assessments.

The mayor of London Sadiq Khan commissioned a set of economic studies of the impact of different Brexit outcomes on regions and nine key sectors after Brexit Secretary David Davis said the Government had not done such work.

The scenarios assessed range from leaving the single market, the customs union, leaving both together and failing to get a transition deal, described by the study as "hard Brexit".

The assessment, carried out by Cambridge Econometrics, says economic output across the UK could be on average between 3% lower by 2030 than it would if Britain were to remain within the single market and customs union. The hit to London is calculated at 2%.

Mr Khan said: "This independent analysis should help guide the Government to the best outcome for London and the UK.

"If the Government continue to mishandle the negotiations we could be heading for a lost decade of lower growth and lower employment.

"The analysis concludes that the harder the Brexit we end up with, the bigger the potential impact on jobs, growth and living standards.

"Ministers are fast running out of time to turn the negotiations around. A 'no deal' hard Brexit is still a very real risk - the worst possible scenarios."

The impact assessments could infuriate the Government, which has insisted such information could undermine negotiations. It has both refused to release such information and also suggested that such analysis does not exist.

Mr Khan justified the move, saying: "It's astonishing that the Government has failed to do any proper impact assessments on what Brexit could mean for our economy.

"Their complete lack of preparation is irresponsible leading to fears that they are putting party politics ahead of the national interest.

"I've released these impact assessments because the British people and our businesses have a right to know the likely impact of the various options the government are considering on their lives and personal finances.

"This new analysis shows why the Government should now change its approach and negotiate a deal that enables us to remain in both the single market and the customs union."

Last month the Government was obliged to release some Brexit sectoral analyses after losing a binding vote in the Commons.

The Treasury is believed to have carried out similar calculations, but it is unclear even if the Cabinet sub-committee responsible for overseeing negotiations have been shown them.

Some Cabinet ministers involved in the Leave campaign are known to dismiss such studies as "Project Fear".

Mr Khan's study indicates a serious hit to the economy in the event of a significant break with the customs union and single market.

But the hit is notably smaller than predicted before the referendum by the Treasury, which forecast a "hard Brexit" hit to the economy of 7.5% by 2030, compared to 3% in Mr Khan's study.
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Posted: 1/11/2018 6:51:20 AM
The calculations are in line with assessments done before the referendum by the IMF and the National institute of Economic and Social Research.

Already economists suggest that during 2017 the economy had grown about 1% more slowly, falling to the bottom of the G7 and major EU league table, after the impact on prices of the post-referendum slide in sterling.

However, the recession predicted during the referendum has not yet materialised.

This analysis suggests 500,000 jobs are under threat from a "no deal" Brexit by 2030, including 87,000 in London.

Financial and professional services would be the "worst affected key sector" with up to 119,000 fewer jobs nationally, the report says.

There could be 92,000 fewer jobs in science and technology, and 43,000 fewer jobs in construction.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/11/2018 6:53:45 AM
The Tories have made quite a few promises to Scotland on Brexit but none have been kept. Here are a few.

Theresa May pledged not to trigger Article 50 until there was a UK-wide approach - then triggered it without one. https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-scotland/may-says-wont-trigger-eu-divorce-until-uk-wide-approach-agreed-idUKKCN0ZU2QG …

David Mundell claimed an assessment on the impact of Brexit on Scotland exists – it doesn’t.
https://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/david-mundell-confirms-scotland-brexit-impact-study-exists-1-4595446 …

David Mundell pledges amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill so that it better respects devolution – then misses the deadline for lodging amendments.
https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/politics/1389078/promise-to-amend-brexit-deal-on-devolution-broken/ … 5/5
 Justanotherchap
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Posted: 1/11/2018 7:14:11 AM
Well, yes, they are all lying **stards.

Who cares whether the economy will be bigger or smaller than something or other. GDP in 2008 was 1.56 billion with each year since being 1.52, 1.57, 1.6 ,1.67, 1.74, 1.82, 1.87 and 1.94 in 2016. So in the last 8 years GDP has increased by about 24%. Are you feeling 24% better off?

The Guardian are pointing out that whilst May has not declared what her brexit plan is all the signs such as a soft border in Ireland point towards a soft brexit.
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Posted: 1/11/2018 7:17:49 AM


The Guardian are pointing out that whilst May has not declared what her brexit plan is all the signs such as a soft border in Ireland point towards a soft brexit.


I'd be astonished if that was the outcome the Conservative party wants.
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Posted: 1/11/2018 9:39:16 AM
Farage wants another referendum. This is apparently anti-"British" people unable to understand the first one which was a choice between a 300 year one called blighty (200 for NI)( lot longer Wales and England ...get on with it) and an almost nation state (fiscal union?) called nearly the United States of Europe. I blame the parents. Nigel is a charitable fellow helping out these poor benighted losers, fools, wretches and spivs. Delete as appropriate.


The Dollar index started today at 92.33....now 91.87...This is OK for the world needs a weak dollar to prop up things. But let's hope things don't get out of hand. To paraphrase James Carville... it's the debt ..stupid. .forumites we have to start looking at the global bond markets for clues to where we are going..four times bigger than global equities the global bond market is the daddy indicator.

Such is the fragility of the system over the Christmas/new year it looked like the yield curve was flattening and even inverting presaging a recession this November. Banks make their money by borrowing low from favoured banks and lending long. If the the long end of the yield curve comes down to meet the short end then bank profitability goes away and credit the life blood of our malevolent system gets withdrawn and recession or depression ensues. Until credit is restored ..which is the printing press. (adding digits to a computer)..The spread between the two year old U.S. treasury and the 10 has been just half a percent.


So officially we have a lovely bit of global synchronised growth. We are as a world expected to grow very well this year etc....etc....the government media is playing along....Then yesterday the Chinese wondered aloud if they will buy anymore U.S. debt... (they have back tracked today) and Bill Gross who the mainstream globalist...climate changing scum can't really label a crank comes out and calls the top of the 36 year old bond (debt ) bull market. Meaning he thinks interest rates are going to go higher for quite some time. He's unlikely to retract this call.

I know ..they can't because we would have to print more money to make the payments on the existing interest payments and all the new ones..Do you notice that all the economic problems all lead back to the printing press. Still obviously globalists were busy yesterday printing money and buying the most expensive bond market in history and manipulating interest rates down...increasing inequality as they go..and sitting above all legislation.

I think the U.S. 10 year reached 2.57 before falling back on fake money that's backed by global workers. Then I had a look today and it was 2.58%!! So there is some real heavy selling. This is worth watching. The 30 year treasury is at 2.91%...If it is the bottom then central banks will have to return to QE. or loosening mode They are all in QT or tightening mode..Or "recovery" mode at the moment. The bottom if Gross the ("bond king") is correct in the all important U.S. ten year was about 1.32% in Aug 2016. Vast credit gets priced off the ten year...

We shall see...

Just looked again globalists printers are buying again..
increasing inequality. .. 2.55%...No one would buy this
market unless they were made to .. it's a guaranteed loss on your money...
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Posted: 1/11/2018 12:17:14 PM
^^
Nigel is either "charitable" as you are saying or else he perhaps might be getting cold feet. Maybe he don't want to go down in history as one of the idiots who ruined their country out of sheer ignorant and ill-conceived nationalism; that same kind of nationalism which lead to the catastrophe of ww1 and ww2 and eventually the collapse of all of Europe - including both victors and losers.

Alas, it is you call willy bond mate. These are the quirks of democracy. A hoard of easily-impressed sheep lead by the nose by misguided shepherds such as our beloved brother-in-downfall, Prof. Nigel Farage.

(walks out)
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Posted: 1/11/2018 12:30:52 PM
Farage obviously has no idea about a referendum.
'We' voted out - that's it 'n' all about it mate............
(tuff at the top ennit)

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Posted: 1/11/2018 12:45:28 PM
^^
Event that is arguable but the point stands nonetheless: you voted out and in but you are totally incompetent to make any decision on the matter. This was not something that average joey on the street is able to understand the repercussions of. On top of that, you have been totally misguided by the people who were supposed to have your well being and that of the country at heart.

In any case, I'm bailing, so it's up to you ... (shrugs)
 rekirked
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Posted: 1/11/2018 12:52:42 PM

one of the idiots who ruined their country out of sheer ignorant and ill-conceived nationalism; that same kind of nationalism which lead to the catastrophe of ww1 and ww2 and eventually the collapse of all of Europe - including both victors and losers.


Oh i see what you've done there, you've attempted to align anyone who voted leave with nationalism and then Hitler. Do you call your new GF a nazi for being a scottish nationalist?


These are the quirks of democracy. A hoard of easily-impressed sheep lead by the nose by misguided shepherds


I hear you're not from this country, the country that welcomed you in. If you don't agree with the way the majority of my countrymen voted i suggest you fcuk off back under the rock in the $hithole you hail from, pal.
 Paulineandsalem
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Posted: 1/11/2018 12:52:51 PM

>Nigel is either "charitable" as you are saying or else he perhaps might be getting cold feet.


I don't think it's either of these things.



This was not something that average joey on the street is able to understand the repercussions of.


You could say exactly the same thing about the 2014 referendum. Some people are very politically aware, this is not a decision, irrespective of the outcome that should be imposed on people.




In any case, I'm bailing, so it's up to you ... (shrugs)


Up to who exactly?
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Posted: 1/11/2018 1:05:10 PM
Farage is a self-promoting pr*ck
He is Yesterdays Man (Chris Andrews - Youtube)
I grow bored with the press space given to these
wank*ers

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Posted: 1/11/2018 1:18:26 PM
-kirkowitz


Oh i see what you've done there, you've attempted to align anyone who voted leave with nationalism and then Hitler. Do you call your new GF a nazi for being a scottish nationalist?


I didn't mention uncle Adolf did I? I said nationalism and every "major" European country was guilty of that at the turn of last century inc. fascist Germany and imperial Britain. When I hear arguments about colour of passports and outright ignorant xenophobic comments about Slavs and other people, I cannot but think that we are relegating back to that mentality.

No, Pauline is not a NAZI for being nationalistic. In fact, I voted for an independent Scotland too and the Brexit vote confirmed that I did the right thing. When you see the will of the Scottish people trampled over because of a bunch of uneducated English farmers, one cannot but be pro Scottish independence.


I hear you're not from this country, the country that welcomed you in. If you don't agree with the way the majority of my countrymen voted i suggest you fcuk off back under the rock in the $hithole you hail from, pal.

As predictable as the clock!
For one thing, the "shitehole I hail from" is full of low-life, English scumbags like you and I do not go around telling them to go back to the miserable swamp they hail from. Secondly, if you read above, you will see that that is exactly what I plan (and have always planned) to do... I have no intention of staying here for longer than I have to. Thirdly, the country that welcomed me is SCOTLAND and that is not England. The Scots are not your countrymen and the Scots did not vote out either. Fourthly, if you had some common sense in your empty head, you'd realise that any country in the world needs people like me but I certainly do not expect you to understand that. Lastly, historically speaking, the "country I hail from" has been through some real shite because of your empire games. You owe us a lot; but then again, I do not expect an imbecile like you to understand that either, so, might as well not have even mentioned it.

(shrugs)
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 10ky
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Posted: 1/11/2018 1:31:48 PM
^^
Typical. When he's lost the argument and you show him that he's as dumb as fu.ck, he plays the troll card. (shrugs)


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.
 rekirked
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Posted: 1/11/2018 1:40:15 PM
It's not about winning, it's about who's the biggest cvnt, and you've got unbeatable form. I can't even be bothered to read your paragraphs of shyte, i just assume it's was a load of bollox strung together by someone clueless.
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