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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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BRANDED 12:07 Fri Jul 19
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QED

Dwight Van Mann 12:00 Fri Jul 19
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BRANDED 11:59 Thu Jul 18


you was probably alive when that was written, you geriatric spaz

BRANDED 11:59 Thu Jul 18
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Pragmatism.

Pragmatism is a 19th century American philosophy.

What do the truths we know mean in real life? What is the cost or benefit of those truths? How do you respond to the knowledge you have in order to gain a better result due to the truths you know?
This is about how important you are as a person. If you are a low level cunt you’ll worry about immigrants. If you own or run businesses you’ll need to address each truth as it becomes available to you mitigating the worst effects or preying on the positive benefits. This only matters if you have any influence or power. If you have none you’ll just witter on like a child with minimal use of language and it’s application.
Only you know if you have the need for truths and how you might react to them but anyone who does have power or influence over their day to day lives will welcome any and all truths that might assist them.
A headline is enough for most people with power and influence to investigate and make judgements about actions they might make. Only those people would give a fuck about such pieces of information. Everyone else is purely a fist-fucked quimboy.
Every time anyone asks me the same stupid fucking question I’ll answer with the same fact just to try and drive home the simplicity of my process.

Dwight Van Mann 11:54 Thu Jul 18
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BRANDED 11:19 Thu Jul 18

"It wouldn’t make a blind bit of difference if I was 25 or 70 the implications of every single issue brought up by Brexit has to be addressed. "


of course it would. Lets be honest, at your age you won't have many years left to see the full fruition of us leaving the EU.
Whereas a 25yr old will have decades thanking the Leave voters for the opportunities they have without interference from an unelected foreign elite.

BRANDED 11:19 Thu Jul 18
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It wouldn’t make a blind bit of difference if I was 25 or 70 the implications of every single issue brought up by Brexit has to be addressed. I recognise most cunts on here have no responsibilities especially retards like ponceson but those that do might welcome the ongoing headlines regarding their lives. Not everybody is a fucking low level retard.

riosleftsock 10:59 Thu Jul 18
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Dwight, I mainly specialise in the ancient civilisations of Mesopotamia and Ur.

Not so up to speed on more contemporary matters.

Now I know, I probably like him a bit more.

Do not go gently etc

Dwight Van Mann 10:51 Thu Jul 18
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Rios, he posted about how old his dad was and a couple of other clues.
Wouldn't take a genius to work it out.
I did.

riosleftsock 10:46 Thu Jul 18
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Dwight Van Mann 10:37 Thu Jul 18

Really?

I knew we were all getting on a bit, but didn't realise he was that old. Fair play to him, still punchy at his age

Dwight Van Mann 10:37 Thu Jul 18
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BRANDED is man of almost 70 years of age.
Remind yourselves that when he's cutting and pasting headlines and posting in caps like a cunt.

BRANDED 10:28 Thu Jul 18
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Ponce. You have no fucking idea what I know. Stupid cunt.

Johnson 8:56 Thu Jul 18
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No, I’m asking you to do it. You rarely understand the stuff you copy and paste on here so here’s an opportunity for you to show you do.

BRANDED 8:53 Thu Jul 18
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Ponceson. Work it out yourself you fucking div.

ChillTheKeel 7:37 Thu Jul 18
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Nice one, dead bloke.

Gavros 6:50 Thu Jul 18
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Block 6:43 Thu Jul 18
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GOOD

FUCKING HAVE THAT!

Hammer and Pickle 6:49 Thu Jul 18
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Most educated people will tend to use spelled for the past tense of the verb and spelt as the past participle. But there is no rule and you have had your pants pulled down as usual.

Lee Trundle 6:44 Thu Jul 18
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Most BRITISH people will use "spelt", Pickled.

I know because I live here. You don't.

Block 6:43 Thu Jul 18
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FUMING

Someone has decided to die on the train line between BTOWN and SHENFIELD.

My trains fucking cancelled, the cunts.

Hammer and Pickle 6:42 Thu Jul 18
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The two are freely interchangeable in British English actually as you will find:

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/5712/spelt-vs-spelled

Block 6:41 Thu Jul 18
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If you're going to slag off my spelling, make sure you spell correctly yourself.

You can't even spell IT'S correctly, you fucking spastic.

Block 6:39 Thu Jul 18
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HAHAHAHAHA!

Lee Trundle 6:38 Thu Jul 18
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Gavros 6:26 Thu Jul 18

"Spelled" is used in the USA. We commonly use "spelt" in the UK.

Classic Divros.

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