View Poll Results: 10 days left, what'll it be?

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  • Hard Brexit (crash out)

    45 48.91%
  • No Brexit (Remain by revoking A50)

    24 26.09%
  • Withdrawal Agreement (after a new session is called)

    0 0%
  • Extension + Withdrawal Agreement

    3 3.26%
  • Extension + Crashout

    9 9.78%
  • Extension + Remain

    11 11.96%
  1. #19141
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Be interesting to have a snapshot into Earth-XXXX where she won the leadership campaign back in '16.
    It's likely a world where the wet dreams of mother's who think giving birth makes them experts of everything get to make the rules.

    Doctor: Your child has measels
    Mother: I think it's just a cold. As a mother that means I am right under Leadsom rules.

  2. #19142
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ilkshake-attac

    Nigel is now terrified to get off a bus if someone is spotted holding a drink nearby...

    LOOLOLOOLLLOL

  3. #19143
    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojo202 View Post
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ilkshake-attac

    Nigel is now terrified to get off a bus if someone is spotted holding a drink nearby...

    LOOLOLOOLLLOL
    Nah, he's not scared. He's just playing the "attack" up as much as he can to make it worse.

  4. #19144
    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisto View Post
    It's likely a world where the wet dreams of mother's who think giving birth makes them experts of everything get to make the rules.

    Doctor: Your child has measels
    Mother: I think it's just a cold. As a mother that means I am right under Leadsom rules.
    I might be misrremembering the exact words; but wasn't she esentially saying "I'm a mother therefore I'm more invested in the future of the country than someone who isn't" rather than "I'm a mother therefore I know better than someone who isn't" and I'll admit now there isn't a huge margin between the two statements, but nevertheless...
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Damnit hubcap, you are such a retard.
    Quote Originally Posted by mojusk View Post
    Oh, and stop being a "didn't do that in vanilla"-police. If we're doing something now that we didnt do back then, it's not because we had some sorta unwritten moral code back then, it's because we hadn't thought of it yet.

  5. #19145
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Nah, he's not scared. He's just playing the "attack" up as much as he can to make it worse.
    I mean, he can try - but there's only so many ways you can make a milkshaking look as bad as shooting an MP or driving someone down with a car.

    I for one am just relishing all these pictures of Our Nigel looking like a sad weasel.

    Delenda Est.

  6. #19146
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    I might be misrremembering the exact words; but wasn't she esentially saying "I'm a mother therefore I'm more invested in the future of the country than someone who isn't" rather than "I'm a mother therefore I know better than someone who isn't" and I'll admit now there isn't a huge margin between the two statements, but nevertheless...
    Pretty much. But she also made the comment whilst directly comparing herself to May. That's commonly known as being a bit of a bitch right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojo202 View Post
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ilkshake-attac

    Nigel is now terrified to get off a bus if someone is spotted holding a drink nearby...

    LOOLOLOOLLLOL
    This is getting genuinely funny now. "Assaulting" politicians you don't agree with is bad, we should be united in that. However playing it up like he's some kind of Vampire (and that's not to say he isn't) and milkshakes are his own personal cross/garlic/holy water replacement that he must be defended from at all costs.....

    Well that's just a gift lol. I can't wait to see his campaign shut down by protesters ringing him in with milkshakes like this is a Hammer Horror and he's Christopher Lee.
    Last edited by Kronik85; 2019-05-22 at 08:33 PM.

  7. #19147
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Nah, he's not scared. He's just playing the "attack" up as much as he can to make it worse.
    He can surely only milk (lol) this so far... there is only so long before crying wolf wears thin and just starts annoying people...


    No doubt his fanatics will stay on his side, nothing is going to change that though.

  8. #19148
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    This is getting genuinely funny now. "Assaulting" politicians you don't agree with is bad, we should be united in that. However playing it up like he's some kind of Vampire (and that's not to say he isn't) and milkshakes are his own personal cross/garlic/holy water replacement that he must be defended from at all costs.....

    Well that's just a gift lol. I can't wait to see his campaign shut down by protesters ringing him in with milkshakes like this is a Hammer Horror and he's Christopher Lee.
    The Milkshakes Came At Midnight

    Delenda Est.

  9. #19149
    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojo202 View Post
    He can surely only milk (lol) this so far... there is only so loNng before crying wolf wears thin and just starts annoying people...


    No doubt his fanatics will stay on his side, nothing is going to change that though.
    A normal person would get tired of it, yeah. But the second like about his fanatics is exactly why he's doing it.

  10. #19150
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    A normal person would get tired of it, yeah. But the second like about his fanatics is exactly why he's doing it.
    Then he's almost certainly overestimating the number and influence of those idiots. If he alienates reasonably normal people by whining like a little girl then he won't win anything.

    That said, I think winning is one of the worst thing that could happen to him.




    Oh. For the record. I don't think throwing a drink over someone reasonably counts as assault.
    Last edited by mojojojo202; 2019-05-22 at 08:42 PM.

  11. #19151
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    Pretty much. But she also made the comment whilst directly comparing herself May. That's commonly known as being a bit of a bitch right?
    Oh, absolutely yes, sorry rereading I might have come across as trying to defend her, my bad.
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Damnit hubcap, you are such a retard.
    Quote Originally Posted by mojusk View Post
    Oh, and stop being a "didn't do that in vanilla"-police. If we're doing something now that we didnt do back then, it's not because we had some sorta unwritten moral code back then, it's because we hadn't thought of it yet.

  12. #19152
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    I might be misrremembering the exact words; but wasn't she esentially saying "I'm a mother therefore I'm more invested in the future of the country than someone who isn't" rather than "I'm a mother therefore I know better than someone who isn't" and I'll admit now there isn't a huge margin between the two statements, but nevertheless...
    That was during the Tory leadership challenge. But during the brexit campaign she was pretty much answering every question in the debates with "As a mother." then going on with how that makes her more qualified.

  13. #19153
    Quote Originally Posted by AeneasBK View Post
    Oh, absolutely yes, sorry rereading I might have come across as trying to defend her, my bad.
    Whoa! Slow down there sport, I'd never accuse you of defending Leadsom! Now I feel like I should apologise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojo202 View Post
    Oh. For the record. I don't think throwing a drink over someone reasonably counts as assault.
    The Police arrested him on suspicion of common assault. Having just skimmed (hey hey!) the wiki on it then I can say with full conviction that I need to read it properly to understand what common assault really is. Provisionally I'd say it's an act which causes the victim to feel a credible promise of violence from the defendant (eg, throwing a milkshake at Farage made him feel the defendant about to kick his head in).
    Last edited by Kronik85; 2019-05-22 at 09:14 PM.

  14. #19154
    Quote Originally Posted by Shalcker View Post
    In fact the difference is easy to spot - being Russian, i'm pretty much ignoring articles outright.
    So is dribbles, just different kinds of articles.

    However, you cannot be dribbles, Pann is dribbles
    Last edited by Noradin; 2019-05-22 at 09:17 PM.

  15. #19155
    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    Whoa! Slow down there sport, I'd never accuse you of defending Leadsom! Now I feel like I should apologise.

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    The Police arrested him on suspicion of common assault. Having just skimmed (hey hey!) the wiki on it then I can say with full conviction that I need to read it properly to understand what common assault really is. Provisionally I'd say it's an act which causes the victim to feel a credible promise of violence from the defendant (eg, throwing a milkshake at Farage made him feel the defendant about to kick his head in).
    My reasoning would be that, if the same thing happened to pretty much any member of the public, the police would laugh at them and tell them to piss off.

  16. #19156
    Quote Originally Posted by Noradin View Post
    So is dribbles, just different kinds of articles.

    However, you cannot be dribbles, Pann is dribbles
    What if you're dribbles trying to throw us off?

  17. #19157
    Quote Originally Posted by mojojojo202 View Post
    My reasoning would be that, if the same thing happened to pretty much any member of the public, the police would laugh at them and tell them to piss off.
    For an altercation between me and you? Sure. With a prominent politician involved in a, let's say, a rather testy climate recently riddled with plenty of threats of violence and an MP being murdered in recent memory?

    Will have to see if this guys fate gets followed, but I wouldn't be all that surprised if the authorities wanted to make an example out of the guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisto View Post
    What if you're dribbles trying to throw us off?
    The next few pages are now dedicated to posters proclaiming that they are in fact, dribbles as if this was Spartacus. I'll start.

    No! I'm dribbles!

    Maybe we can finish on that GotG big feels moment, "We are dribbles".

  18. #19158
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeGin Tufnel View Post
    We're entering end game territory now.

    Does this make you happy, Mr D? (Whoever you are - Russian troll or 'patriotic' Brit)

    Tic toc. Only a handful of days until genuine conflict.
    Not really. This whole mess is on remainers who refused to accept the result of the referendum. If we had left on March 29th the Brexit party would have still been but a twinkle in someones eye.

    If Theresa and her remainer cabinet had been honest when she said "no deal is better than a bad deal" instead of lying through her teeth we would now be out and free of the tyrannical EU.

    But we are not and we are where we are only because of remainer led intransigence.

    The democratic fightback begins tomorrow. Let me introduce our saviour.



    Quote Originally Posted by Kronik85 View Post
    The next few pages are now dedicated to posters proclaiming that they are in fact, dribbles as if this was Spartacus. I'll start.

    No! I'm dribbles!

    Maybe we can finish on that GotG big feels moment, "We are dribbles".
    You are all dribbles? Well are you? No, there can be only one. Good luck tomorrow eurochums, you are going to need it.

    PS. Why do we have to wait until Sunday for the results? I mean in the UK at least there will be a huge pile of BXP votes on one table, and only one or two remain votes on another... hardly needs a proper count does it? Common sense would say we should know the results within 10 minutes of the polling booths opening.

  19. #19159
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    You are all dribbles? Well are you? No, there can be only one. Good luck tomorrow eurochums, you are going to need it.

    PS. Why do we have to wait until Sunday for the results? I mean in the UK at least there will be a huge pile of BXP votes on one table, and only one or two remain votes on another... hardly needs a proper count does it? Common sense would say we should know the results within 10 minutes of the polling booths opening.
    So that you don't go influencing the vote elsewhere. Germany, for example, votes on Sunday.

  20. #19160
    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    Not really. This whole mess is on remainers who refused to accept the result of the referendum. If we had left on March 29th the Brexit party would have still been but a twinkle in someones eye.
    None more vexatious than arch Remainers Mogg, Baker, Francois and their back up dancers in the ERG who have frustrated Brexit at every turn.

    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    If Theresa and her remainer cabinet had been honest when she said "no deal is better than a bad deal" instead of lying through her teeth we would now be out and free of the tyrannical EU.
    Hoisted yourself by your own pittard here lil d. You just admitted that No Deal is worse than the WA.

    Quote Originally Posted by dribbles View Post
    You are all dribbles? Well are you?
    One thing it seems other posters agree on in the thread is that you certainly aren't really the d-man.

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