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LEAVE voters can't thank the Spanish enough for making the Brits dig their heals in.

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@MunkyBone made us all throw up with his dead Rudolf head picture. 🀒
@bob tried to come to our rescue with code advice but legged it quick when let off the hook far too lightly. πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
@Luke demonstrated that he really is a lazy scrote and wants someone else to host his dubious RSS feeds. πŸ—žοΈ
@xvilo revealed that he's a BSD self abuser (that's not self harming by the way) 🀯

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@dick_turpin @MunkyBone Just before I started a server migration... Tricky tricky

@xvilo @MunkyBone Oooh you Bugger! You slipped in the fall over after and before Monday when the collating begins. sneaky fecker

@dick_turpin Well I am going hunting tomorrow. There are coyote that are harassing the deer. And getting to close to the kids play area. I think others are going to clear those out. @xvilo

how many $ per kid are hunters paid?

@dick_turpin A good & hard Brexit is pretty much guaranteed now. Liam Fox had better be on the phone with Donnie Little Hands working on a β€œhuge” trade deal to ram through our Senate. Swap one market of 300 million for another really quick.

@alpacaherder Was there ever going to be "A Deal"? Lets be grown ups about this for a minute. The EU was always going to punish us for leaving no matter who negotiated. The UK nation as a whole has not helped either with all this arguing and bickering. No matter "what" deal was done large swaths of the UK would/will be unhappy. Here's a thought, next time someone says the deal doesn't give us we we want ask them what 'they' want and then piss yourself laughing at the impossible answer they give.

@dick_turpin It took a War for US independence and even then not everybody was happy. Most of those dissenters got run off north to what is now called Canada. The whole negotiating process was an exercise in futility as Arlene Foster will probably scuttle the deal nicely along with the crews of Rees-Mogg & Corbyn.

@alpacaherder Oh Labour fully intend to vote against it but only for selfish reasons. They figure that by torpedoing the deal the house (Parliament) will call for a vote of "No Confidence" in the government thus forcing a General election which sadly they WILL win but for all the wrong reasons just like the "Leave" decision really. I'd laugh if it was so crushingly depressing.

@dick_turpin Mr. Corbyn could easily snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

@dick_turpin As to swapping the USA for the EU in terms of having a 300 million person market, at the least the populace in the USA generally likes the UK. How many times did France veto the UK joining what is now the EU? Which country has politicians calling for a new Holy Roman Empire?

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