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Lxxx last won the day on November 26 2018

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  1. I'm not spoon feeding information to a 21 year old student on the internet. Try reading, I've got a business to run.
  2. Try reading a broader range of material and you'll find out.
  3. I just listen to different experts. No-one has a monopoly on knowledge.
  4. Which is precisely why I don't listen to your opinion.
  5. By giving us their opinion.
  6. Isn't that what opinions are though? We can go round and round in circles on here and no-one is any wiser what the future may bring.
  7. Lxxx

    The budget

    I thought that was the point of Nobles Hospital.
  8. You keep asking for things that no-one on this planet can give. On reflection I think it's probably a good move to leave the EU. To get back control of key aspects of our constitution at a time when the wealth of the world is pivoting east is a good thing, in my opinion. Could I be wrong? Absolutely. The more people talk about doom and gloom the more it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. It's why I choose to steer clear of negative people in my personal life. It's just as difficult to escape them online too, it seems.
  9. You're embarrassing yourself now.
  10. You're emotionally wedded to staying in the EU, I get that. It's a perfectly reasonable point of view. However you and others scour current events with your confirmation bias to try and find nuggets of news which reaffirm your core belief, or if it doesn't you'll twist it to suit. All the while overlooking anything else which doesn't fit your narrative on Brexit. No-one has a crystal ball. Whether we stay in, leave or agree on a halfway house there will be groups of people who will continue to claim it was the wrong decision.
  11. See, you make more sense when you bother to respond properly. All valid points, kind of, but you're not really selling the idea of Armageddon outside of the EU to me. You talk as if the UK is going to be suddenly set adrift in the atlantic once we lose our formal ties with the prosperous european economies. That land mass across the water that is predominantly in recession. Really, some people are too emotionally involved in picking a side on this to see the bigger picture clearly. There are always pros and cons in making any large decisions and in the short term there will be uncertainty and turbulence. Then the world turns and business finds a way of ironing itself out.
  12. No it's not, clearly. However if you want to just cherry pick six words from a bigger post which explains a lot more about the current situation then fire away. It doesn't do you any favours though.
  13. We used to rule the world. I think we may have some expertise in negotiating trade deals with the majority of the planet. You talk about the UK as if it's on a par with somewhere like Albania. We have one of the largest economies in the world, we have the centre of global finance here and the President of the wealthiest nation on earth is promising that they are going to do a lot more trade with the UK. There will be casualties along the way (although nothing compared to the steep decline happening across Europe) but the bigger picture is anything but Armageddon. It's clearly your choice to have an unhealthy obsession with all things negative around the coming years but you might want to focus on the good points of life again. Your sanity and probably your family will thank you for it.
  14. You got any other arguments other than the colour of a passport?
  15. Lxxx

    5G Network Radiation?

    To be fair to Manxy some of the videos of official government hearings do reference the scientific studies in question.