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24 June 2016 00:54 Post ID: #472176 - in reply to #471037
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I got a bttle of JD and 24 proplus pills i found in the cupboard looks like im gonna be wonky shortly
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24 June 2016 00:56 Post ID: #472177 - in reply to #471037
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Gotta wait and see what the big population centres like manchester and birminghamistan vote.
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24 June 2016 01:07 Post ID: #472178 - in reply to #471037
Loads of predicted OUT verdicts ahead. I was prepared a couple of hours ago that REMAIN was going to win but now im not so sure. When I get up in 6 hours, it'll all be over but i cant call it. At a guess, ive swung to the OUT side as my prediction.
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24 June 2016 01:27 Post ID: #472179 - in reply to #471037
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not like you to to swing?
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24 June 2016 02:04 Post ID: #472180 - in reply to #471037
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The remain camp starting to panick now
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24 June 2016 04:39 Post ID: #472181 - in reply to #471037
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Fuck me ive never seen so many worried tories since may 1997
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24 June 2016 05:05 Post ID: #472182 - in reply to #471037
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jobs now fecked watch the entire EU collapse and rightly so the bent robbing bastads.
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24 June 2016 05:07 Post ID: #472183 - in reply to #471037
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what a night of tv watching will remember it till my last day.just shot a woodie off me sprout plants also.
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24 June 2016 05:09 Post ID: #472184 - in reply to #471037
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Marvellous result quite gripping its been.
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24 June 2016 05:09 Post ID: #472185 - in reply to #472182
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BlackBob - 24/6/2016 05:05

jobs now fecked watch the entire EU collapse and rightly so the bent robbing bastads.


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24 June 2016 05:29 Post ID: #472187 - in reply to #471037
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Watched history from start to finish.
time to get aboard the rollercoaster of life.
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24 June 2016 05:56 Post ID: #472188 - in reply to #471037
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It shouldn't be a roller coaster of life. It should be progression, onwards and upwards.
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24 June 2016 06:19 Post ID: #472189 - in reply to #471037
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One of the worst decisions that we have ever made. 43 years of continuing peace and freedom, has come to an end. Total sovereignty is to be returned to the Tories.

When it comes down to it, we will be remembered as the country who turned our backs on everyone else. I'm actually ashamed, and sorry for everyone else who shared and understood the wonderful unity that the EU brought. It's going to be an interesting two years to say the least. Time to roll back the frontiers of social equality.

Great Britain, don't make me laugh.

Let's take our country back. The back is in the past and we have nobody to take it from. The referendum should never have been called.

Although I'd love to know where the tin foil hats and pens have gone.
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24 June 2016 07:46 Post ID: #472190 - in reply to #472189
Officemonkey - 24/6/2016 06:19

One of the worst decisions that we have ever made. 43 years of continuing peace and freedom, has come to an end. Total sovereignty is to be returned to the Tories.

When it comes down to it, we will be remembered as the country who turned our backs on everyone else. I'm actually ashamed, and sorry for everyone else who shared and understood the wonderful unity that the EU brought. It's going to be an interesting two years to say the least. Time to roll back the frontiers of social equality.

Great Britain, don't make me laugh.

Let's take our country back. The back is in the past and we have nobody to take it from. The referendum should never have been called.

Although I'd love to know where the tin foil hats and pens have gone.


The total control of the UK back to a single government is my big worry as well but there's no denying that this has been shit with many lives cut short by the continued mix of corruption, greed and neglect of cuts.

The revolving doors that have allowed many foreigners in to claim benefits is another avenue that has crippled the country because it's this that has created the anti-feeling and I still think this is the decision that the tories really wanted anyway.

Cant vote for change for 4 years either but those that have seen the many changes to their lives and have had to add depression, anxiety and continued misery to the list of medicines they take will have a little spring in their step today and good on them.

The future may be uncertain but what isn't is that people power can still work and with that thought, maybe a better Britain does lie ahead, we wont know for at least ten years though.
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24 June 2016 08:40 Post ID: #472191 - in reply to #471037
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The only reason the Tories will remain is if the British voters keep them there. It's got fuck all to do with the EU as the Germans, French etc. can't vote at our elections. It's time for labour to ditch Corbyn and get a leader who can lead the country in what could become a bright future. Yes, there's uncertainty but we've now got a chance to shape our own future and it's now down to the politicians to get their fingers out. The current crop of MP's don't fill me with hope, but if we can emulate the new parties springing up in Spain, like Podemos, a young socialist party, there's maybe some hope for the future.
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24 June 2016 08:48 Post ID: #472192 - in reply to #472190
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Bye bye Dave. Boris and ids will be chomping at the bit.

The pain starts now. Short term we have no choice, this lot are in until the next general election. Can you see a credible opposition being able to challenge by then?

Historic day. For better or worse

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24 June 2016 09:28 Post ID: #472193 - in reply to #471037
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Definitely for the worse.
The working class has voted for Blond Boris and Enoch Farage.

Cameron gone within hours says it all,this is what the whole charade was always about.

Good luck to anyone who really believes that a socialist government will be along any time soon.

On a personal level i'm screwed.
Fucked by Ashley without consent,now about to get it from some not so nice red cheeked ex public schoolboys.

Hope you are all stocked up on the ky jelly.
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24 June 2016 09:46 Post ID: #472194 - in reply to #471037
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terrible result for uk in this will trigger the break up of the united kingdom played right into the hands of scotish nationalists
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24 June 2016 09:51 Post ID: #472195 - in reply to #472193
PieMag - 24/6/2016 09:28

Definitely for the worse.
The working class has voted for Blond Boris and Enoch Farage.

Cameron gone within hours says it all,this is what the whole charade was always about.

Good luck to anyone who really believes that a socialist government will be along any time soon.

On a personal level i'm screwed.
Fucked by Ashley without consent,now about to get it from some not so nice red cheeked ex public schoolboys.

Hope you are all stocked up on the ky jelly.


I dont understand how people are screwed.

Yes, it's an uncertain future but at the very minimum we'll be part of a breakaway EU or something along those lines.

New trade deals will be made and if the worst came to the worst, this country would have to go back to basics and actually start to make things here again rather than ship them in from a far off land.

Prices may rise but there will surely be a better quality in the long run.

Once the dust settles and people realise that many of the issues we've seen are still there or had nowt to do with the EU the better although there's no problem in my eyes if this means that Britain tries to get it's identity back as an area where we do things slightly different to other countries in the continent.

Maybe that's part of the problem, some idea of a United States of Europe where we all have to do the same thing, then again, this may yet happen.
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24 June 2016 09:52 Post ID: #472196 - in reply to #471037
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monty python spring to mind
and the winner is the silly party ftang ftang ole biscuit barrel for
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24 June 2016 09:53 Post ID: #472197 - in reply to #471037
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we couldnt carry on as we were but i still believe we should have forced change in brussels rather than walk away, we have distablised the whole continent by leaving that will be felt for years to come, hopefully a new breed of politician will emerge but i doubt it, worrying times ahead if your millionaire but if your a tadesman who have seen your wages drop by 30% since 2004 or someone on the dole with nothing to loose anyway then it'll make not a jot of difference imo, i mean does it really affect a bloke with 4 kids on minimum wage that the dollar has fallen 10%? They have pushed the ordinary people around for far too long and now they have had the last laugh.
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24 June 2016 09:54 Post ID: #472198 - in reply to #472197
claud_ballz - 24/6/2016 09:53

we couldnt carry on as we were but i still believe we should have forced change in brussels rather than walk away, we have distablised the whole continent by leaving that will be felt for years to come, hopefully a new breed of politician will emerge but i doubt it, worrying times ahead if your millionaire but if your a tadesman who have seen your wages drop by 30% since 2004 or someone on the dole with nothing to loose anyway then it'll make not a jot of difference imo, i mean does it really affect a bloke with 4 kids on minimum wage that the dollar has fallen 10%? They have pushed the ordinary people around for far too long and now they have had the last laugh.


Concurred. All the news programmes in London have people on with faces like smacked arses.
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24 June 2016 09:57 Post ID: #472199 - in reply to #471037
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They're admitting to the lies already.

http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/24/farage-says-350million-nhs-pledge-was...

Slow clap.
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24 June 2016 10:02 Post ID: #472200 - in reply to #471037
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Just a thought, cameron gone by oct trump president and farage PM by november now thats a total heads gone.
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24 June 2016 10:13 Post ID: #472201 - in reply to #472199
Officemonkey - 24/6/2016 09:57

They're admitting to the lies already.

http://metro.co.uk/2016/06/24/farage-says-350million-nhs-pledge-was...

Slow clap.


To be fair, I presume most of us on here anyway, will not have taken the slightest notice in figures. My views were based on experience of being in the EU and it being shit.

Propaganda aside, I still couldn't agree on a side.
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24 June 2016 10:37 Post ID: #472202 - in reply to #472195
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Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 09:51

PieMag - 24/6/2016 09:28

Definitely for the worse.
The working class has voted for Blond Boris and Enoch Farage.

Cameron gone within hours says it all,this is what the whole charade was always about.


Good luck to anyone who really believes that a socialist government will be along any time soon.

On a personal level i'm screwed.
Fucked by Ashley without consent,now about to get it from some not so nice red cheeked ex public schoolboys.

Hope you are all stocked up on the ky jelly.


I dont understand how people are screwed.

Yes, it's an uncertain future but at the very minimum we'll be part of a breakaway EU or something along those lines.

New trade deals will be made and if the worst came to the worst, this country would have to go back to basics and actually start to make things here again rather than ship them in from a far off land.

Prices may rise but there will surely be a better quality in the long run.

Once the dust settles and people realise that many of the issues we've seen are still there or had nowt to do with the EU the better although there's no problem in my eyes if this means that Britain tries to get it's identity back as an area where we do things slightly different to other countries in the continent.

Maybe that's part of the problem, some idea of a United States of Europe where we all have to do the same thing, then again, this may yet happen.


The talking is over toony,wait and see how much Boris and co really care about you.

Lets hope that the right wing of the tory party have not being lying to working class people and that the real reason for an EU referendum was for our sake,not theirs.

See how that sounds when it's written down ?

Then again you still carry hope that Ashley cares about NUFC
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24 June 2016 10:47 Post ID: #472203 - in reply to #471037
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I love the one about new trade deals. 1 is hard enough to try and work out, let alone 60-70 at once whilst also re-writing the British constitution.

On a more pleasant note. I passed my masters degree last night with flying colours and that will really piss some people off. Every cloud.
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24 June 2016 10:49 Post ID: #472204 - in reply to #472202
PieMag - 24/6/2016 10:37

Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 09:51

PieMag - 24/6/2016 09:28

Definitely for the worse.
The working class has voted for Blond Boris and Enoch Farage.

Cameron gone within hours says it all,this is what the whole charade was always about.


Good luck to anyone who really believes that a socialist government will be along any time soon.

On a personal level i'm screwed.
Fucked by Ashley without consent,now about to get it from some not so nice red cheeked ex public schoolboys.

Hope you are all stocked up on the ky jelly.


I dont understand how people are screwed.

Yes, it's an uncertain future but at the very minimum we'll be part of a breakaway EU or something along those lines.

New trade deals will be made and if the worst came to the worst, this country would have to go back to basics and actually start to make things here again rather than ship them in from a far off land.

Prices may rise but there will surely be a better quality in the long run.

Once the dust settles and people realise that many of the issues we've seen are still there or had nowt to do with the EU the better although there's no problem in my eyes if this means that Britain tries to get it's identity back as an area where we do things slightly different to other countries in the continent.

Maybe that's part of the problem, some idea of a United States of Europe where we all have to do the same thing, then again, this may yet happen.


The talking is over toony,wait and see how much Boris and co really care about you.

Lets hope that the right wing of the tory party have not being lying to working class people and that the real reason for an EU referendum was for our sake,not theirs.

See how that sounds when it's written down ?

Then again you still carry hope that Ashley cares about NUFC


The football is completely different as we all suffer the same under Ashley.

The EU thing is something I feel that is based on an individual's view of their own, their family or friends or how they see the future not to mention which of the scare tactics they have believed.

Europe needs us just as much as we need them and there's a long way to go in our lives (hopefully), so things wont pan out the way we think they will.

As for anyone caring about me in politics, I neither care or were too blind to see plus I also never said which way I voted. I wont be saying either.
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24 June 2016 10:51 Post ID: #472205 - in reply to #472203
Officemonkey - 24/6/2016 10:47

I love the one about new trade deals. 1 is hard enough to try and work out, let alone 60-70 at once whilst also re-writing the British constitution.

On a more pleasant note. I passed my masters degree last night with flying colours and that will really piss some people off. Every cloud.


If anything, there'll be loads of jobs in the legal sector as this is going to be a long drawn out complicated saga with rich rewards for them. Ironically enough, that could be the silver lining.
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24 June 2016 10:59 Post ID: #472206 - in reply to #471037
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24 June 2016 11:05 Post ID: #472207 - in reply to #472204
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Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 10:49

PieMag - 24/6/2016 10:37

Toon_NoMatterWot - 24/6/2016 09:51

PieMag - 24/6/2016 09:28

Definitely for the worse.
The working class has voted for Blond Boris and Enoch Farage.

Cameron gone within hours says it all,this is what the whole charade was always about.


Good luck to anyone who really believes that a socialist government will be along any time soon.

On a personal level i'm screwed.
Fucked by Ashley without consent,now about to get it from some not so nice red cheeked ex public schoolboys.

Hope you are all stocked up on the ky jelly.


I dont understand how people are screwed.

Yes, it's an uncertain future but at the very minimum we'll be part of a breakaway EU or something along those lines.

New trade deals will be made and if the worst came to the worst, this country would have to go back to basics and actually start to make things here again rather than ship them in from a far off land.

Prices may rise but there will surely be a better quality in the long run.

Once the dust settles and people realise that many of the issues we've seen are still there or had nowt to do with the EU the better although there's no problem in my eyes if this means that Britain tries to get it's identity back as an area where we do things slightly different to other countries in the continent.

Maybe that's part of the problem, some idea of a United States of Europe where we all have to do the same thing, then again, this may yet happen.


The talking is over toony,wait and see how much Boris and co really care about you.

Lets hope that the right wing of the tory party have not being lying to working class people and that the real reason for an EU referendum was for our sake,not theirs.

See how that sounds when it's written down ?

Then again you still carry hope that Ashley cares about NUFC



The EU thing is something I feel that is based on an individual's view of their own, their family or friends or how they see the future not to mention which of the scare tactics they have believed.

:14:


Like I said mate wait and see.

As a pragmatist all I see this morning is Cameron gone.

If Boris throws his hat into the leadership ring, consider the possibility that it was always about a tory power struggle and nothing to do with the majority of people in our country.


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24 June 2016 11:07 Post ID: #472208 - in reply to #471037
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I'm delighted we left, and had the very great pleasure of telling my MP and County Cllr to get the fuck away from my door last night when they called to canvass for the Remain camp.

It just gets better and better.


52% of racists can't be wrong eh.

In my view it is the accusations of racism, xenophobia, being a little Englander etc etc blew up in the faces of those making the accusations. Perhpas if the Remain camp had engaged in more actual debate, rather than silly placard waving, foot stamping accusations of racism, then they might have won. As it is they set people's faces against the Remain camp.

Let's get on with building this country now, and those who imagine it is a race hate capital of the world ... you can always leave and move to the EU Zone.
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24 June 2016 11:09 Post ID: #472209 - in reply to #472203
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Officemonkey - 24/6/2016 10:47


On a more pleasant note. I passed my masters degree last night with flying colours Every cloud.


Excellent news

Please don't waste it by ending up working in chunky chicken.

Emigrate if you have too.
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24 June 2016 11:12 Post ID: #472210 - in reply to #472208
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52% of racists can't be wrong eh.



Tell that to the apartheid run South Africans of yesteryear.

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24 June 2016 11:15 Post ID: #472211 - in reply to #472208
OldLeazes - 24/6/2016 11:07

I'm delighted we left, and had the very great pleasure of telling my MP and County Cllr to get the fuck away from my door last night when they called to canvass for the Remain camp.

It just gets better and better.


52% of racists can't be wrong eh.

In my view it is the accusations of racism, xenophobia, being a little Englander etc etc blew up in the faces of those making the accusations. Perhpas if the Remain camp had engaged in more actual debate, rather than silly placard waving, foot stamping accusations of racism, then they might have won. As it is they set people's faces against the Remain camp.

Let's get on with building this country now, and those who imagine it is a race hate capital of the world ... you can always leave and move to the EU Zone.


The nail on the head is hit here in my opinion. We need to get on with building this country or rebuild, whatever we want to call it.

The amount of services and companies sold off is a disgrace, so if people on different land want to do what they do, we can use the skills we have and recreate the British spirit of getting on with it without them.

Be that clothing, ship building, steel works, coal mining, whatever. Whatever made us what we were when we were proud to be called British not afraid of the tag.
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24 June 2016 11:17 Post ID: #472212 - in reply to #471037
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Let's get on with building this country now, and those who imagine it is a race hate capital of the world ... you can always leave and move to the EU Zone.

here here.
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24 June 2016 11:21 Post ID: #472213 - in reply to #471037
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"The amount of services and companies sold off is a disgrace"

Classic,
remind me who sold them off.
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24 June 2016 11:21 Post ID: #472214 - in reply to #471037
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Regardless of political standing, we're all in it together. Whether we like it or not what is done is done and we just have to work alongside the racists and xenophobes as best we can.
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24 June 2016 11:25 Post ID: #472215 - in reply to #472214
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Officemonkey - 24/6/2016 11:21

Regardless of political standing, we're all in it together. Whether we like it or not what is done is done and we just have to work alongside the racists and xenophobes as best we can.


so nothing changes for you then? as those people you describe have always been there.
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24 June 2016 11:44 Post ID: #472216 - in reply to #471037
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Did i dream it all?
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