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 on: Yesterday at 07:13 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by moonglow
I like 'God Save the Queen', Sex Pistols

That's ok Smile

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 on: Yesterday at 07:12 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Fiverings
I cannot believe the answer you have come up with. You obviously have never negotiated. Would you go into a meeting to negotiate a pay rise thinking you are the underdog. I don't think you would get any where. I have never regrettable voting Brexit but am very disappointed with my fellow countrymen who seem to have lost any patriotism
The point is that many of us thought it was a bad idea in the first place, and absolutely nothing has transpired to make us think any different.  So while a bad Brexit would help my country on the road to independence, it would be a bad thing for the UK, Europe and the world as a whole. I still hope that it can be turned around, but I am not confident.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:12 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by althusser
Every time I asked for a  pay rise I knew I was the underdog.     Otherwise I would not have had to ask.    I would have awarded me my rise.

Smile exactly

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 07:11 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by althusser
The Queen and the Royal Family are very important to me and I wouldn't want to be without them.  The Royal Family from many years ago are very interesting too and I have to say that I take time to read about them, including things on YouTube about Victoria et al.

I like 'God Save the Queen', Sex Pistols

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 05:16 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by moonglow
So we shouldn't ever examine evidence for decisions in retrospect?

Right now, Brexit looks a total mess and not worth it - unless certain nebulous concepts like 'taking back control' and 'sovereignty' (though parliament itself has admitted that it has always been sovereign) are important to you.

Yes we can examine evidence if you'd like to do that.
I do agree that Brexit is a total mess (it doesn't look a total mess - it is one)  It probably is worth it though because we have to go through all these discussions in order to make Brexit work.  So they have to go to Brussels and talk about it a lot - we have to try to get to March 2019 in a sensible manner.  Hopefully we can then achieve Brexit and everyone (or most of us) will be very happy .... (?)
................... The Queen and the Royal Family are very important to me and I wouldn't want to be without them.  The Royal Family from many years ago are very interesting too and I have to say that I take time to read about them, including things on YouTube about Victoria et al.

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 04:43 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Iluvandy
Would you go into a meeting to negotiate a pay rise thinking you are the underdog. I don't think you would get any where.

Every time I asked for a  pay rise I knew I was the underdog.     Otherwise I would not have had to ask.    I would have awarded me my rise.

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 04:03 PM 
Started by Allan - Last post by Tamaragl
Glad to see Heather getting a win! Seems as if it's been a very long time.

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 04:02 PM 
Started by AndyThiemShapovalov - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Cameron is playing in Las Vegas this week, where he is the second seed, and faces Roberto Ortega-Olmedo in the first round.

Current ranking is 110, and a title win this week could put him in the top 100.

Liam Broady and Jay Clarke are also playing, and could face Cameron later in the week.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:55 PM 
Started by Allan - Last post by amongsttheleaves
Heather won her first round in Luxembourg this morning. A strong performance against Yanina Wickmayer - erratic player who can often be quite tricky. Heather saved all four of the BPs she faced and broke Wickmayer four times to win 6-2 6-1.

She'll play Anett Kontaviet at 9am BST tomorrow.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:57 PM 
Started by althusser - Last post by Joe
We've had this conversation before.  Why do we have to say it all again?
Why are Leavers wrong - why are Remainers right?
I've sort of had enough of talking about it here.

So we shouldn't ever examine evidence for decisions in retrospect?

Right now, Brexit looks a total mess and not worth it - unless certain nebulous concepts like 'taking back control' and 'sovereignty' (though parliament itself has admitted that it has always been sovereign) are important to you.

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