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By *ella and Jack OP   Couple 2 weeks ago

Westcliff on Sea

All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking

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By *mmabluTV/TS 2 weeks ago

upton wirral

No it is not hypocracy it giving an opinion not based on party politics,they havr criticised the tories a lot recently to.

This is not a political matter and people who think it is do not realise how serious this virus is,what will it take to convince you?

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By *ionelhutzMan 2 weeks ago

liverpool

I feel like getting a shower after just looking on the website.

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By *bernathCouple 2 weeks ago

Gloucestershire


"No it is not hypocracy it giving an opinion not based on party politics,they havr criticised the tories a lot recently to.

This is not a political matter and people who think it is do not realise how serious this virus is,what will it take to convince you?

"

They have been critical, but now lockdown is easing its back to scheduled programming.

A political matter? The decisions been made are purely political, they have been made to keep people like yourself placated so when the next election happens you will be voting for them or some other right wing party as usual.

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By *ella and Jack OP   Couple 2 weeks ago

Westcliff on Sea


"No it is not hypocracy it giving an opinion not based on party politics,they havr criticised the tories a lot recently to.

This is not a political matter and people who think it is do not realise how serious this virus is,what will it take to convince you?

"

I'm well aware how serious it is, just funny that they want to take the EU's lead. If you can't see the irony in that..

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking"

Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

"

Soon you will be able to converse as an equal with patrick on one of his many profiles

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By *ionelhutzMan 2 weeks ago

liverpool


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

"

Aye.

A paper that lauded Hitler is something that demands respect and admiration.

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By *ella and Jack OP   Couple 2 weeks ago

Westcliff on Sea


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

"

Erm, I tend to look at all newspapers. You might want to try it....

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By *olishcouple77Couple 2 weeks ago

Near Birmingham


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

Soon you will be able to converse as an equal with patrick on one of his many profiles "

Are you the sun reader?

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By *ust-AndyMan 2 weeks ago

Preston


"All of a sudden it's good to follow the EU on something.....when it suits them.

Ah, the hypocrisy.... breathtaking Hi. The article to which you refer simply refers to experiences of opening schools in other European countries . It also remarked on how obstructive teachers unions have been to reopening schools.

Hyorcrisy does not even enter the equation . It is simply a comparison with other European countries.

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

Soon you will be able to converse as an equal with patrick on one of his many profiles "

Ahh Patrick, the most banned member of FAB, ever

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By *mmabluTV/TS 2 weeks ago

upton wirral


"No it is not hypocracy it giving an opinion not based on party politics,they havr criticised the tories a lot recently to.

This is not a political matter and people who think it is do not realise how serious this virus is,what will it take to convince you?

They have been critical, but now lockdown is easing its back to scheduled programming.

A political matter? The decisions been made are purely political, they have been made to keep people like yourself placated so when the next election happens you will be voting for them or some other right wing party as usual.

"

Rubbish and anyway the next election will be fought over the economy not the virus most likely.

Also your assumptions arfe wrong I have voted labour in my time,and saying people like you is offensive to say the least.You have no idea what my views are I am 100% certain

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

"

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?

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By *ionelhutzMan 2 weeks ago

liverpool


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?"

And a bit racist

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?"

. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) .

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) ."

So your arguments are:

It's good because it's popular, just over 1 million a day. Most of the rest of us, 65.5 million, would suggest that those 1 mil are confused.

And that there is nothing wrong with being dim and having dodgy views.

Bizarre.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) ."

I am seriously beginning to question whether this is some kind of sexual perversion that Pat is indulging in here - the relentless pursuit of deluded notions and the humiliation he receives from it are a bit obsessive - perhaps he is missing some regular visits to his local dungeon?

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) ."

Increasing share of a diminishing market suggests to me that the readers of the mail are perhaps older and less flexible and perhaps struggle to read tablets - a couple more years of coronavirus might change the mails market share drastically - especially given youth unemployment is skyrocketing at the moment but I am sure you cannot even begin to contemplate where that is heading (I will give you a clue - a moderate labour leader and a disgruntled but well educated mass of young people - what does that Herald?)

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) ."

So is that an admission of dimness ? I must go and check your other five profiles for similar indications Patrick.

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By *ella and Jack OP   Couple 2 weeks ago

Westcliff on Sea


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) .

I am seriously beginning to question whether this is some kind of sexual perversion that Pat is indulging in here - the relentless pursuit of deluded notions and the humiliation he receives from it are a bit obsessive - perhaps he is missing some regular visits to his local dungeon? "

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?. Hi. Would that matter ? Any keyboard warrior can type what they consider to be insults. What actually matters is what you do in real life, not insults typed on a computer screen.

.I buy the newspaper in a number of different locations and to date no newsagent has ever refused to sell it.

An indication of the success of the Daily Mail is that fact that they have managed to increase market share in a declining market. In any event to use your terminology there is nothing wrong in being dim and having dodgy views ( whatever that is supposed to mean) .

Increasing share of a diminishing market suggests to me that the readers of the mail are perhaps older and less flexible and perhaps struggle to read tablets - a couple more years of coronavirus might change the mails market share drastically - especially given youth unemployment is skyrocketing at the moment but I am sure you cannot even begin to contemplate where that is heading (I will give you a clue - a moderate labour leader and a disgruntled but well educated mass of young people - what does that Herald?) "

. It would be interesting to know what research you undertook before writing your comment. Any business that has increased market share in a declining market would consider it to be a good result. The only point that might require further investigation would be the operating margins and the reasons for any material movement in it.

The Daily Mail has existed for a very long time and it is inevitable that readers will die. They are simply replaced by readers from a younger generation. . This is what has happened for at least 50 years, why should it be any different now.

The Daily Mail can also be subscribed to in tablet format. Why would the older generation be unable to use tablets- lots do. ?

In addition the Daily Mail website is the most visited newspaper website . This tends to indicate to me that they are doing most things right.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Any business that has increased market share in a declining market would consider it to be a good result.

"

You know that this just means that their decline is slower than the others. IE it's still on the decline?


"

In addition the Daily Mail website is the most visited newspaper website . This tends to indicate to me that they are doing most things right. "

Are you familiar with the term "click bait"? The Daily Mail are very good at it. This is not the measure by which to suggest that the Daily Mail is a good news paper.

Here's an interesting article that demonstrates that popularity does not correspond with quality. (Quality based on academic judgements of accuracy and based on the number of complaints)

http://www.humantruth.info/uk_newspapers_comparison.html

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By *ouple in LancashireCouple 2 weeks ago

Near Chorley

Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind..

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind.. "

Hi. I guess you must be confusing me with another poster. Any compensation claim or complaint is a matter for public record so there would be no point in denying it. However the number of cases is very small and these are isolated exceptions. There are other newspapers with a higher number of complaints than the Daily Mail

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By *ouple in LancashireCouple 2 weeks ago

Near Chorley


"Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind.. Hi. I guess you must be confusing me with another poster. Any compensation claim or complaint is a matter for public record so there would be no point in denying it. However the number of cases is very small and these are isolated exceptions. There are other newspapers with a higher number of complaints than the Daily Mail "

No pat, no confusion..

One of your multiple other profiles a couple of years back..

And just like then your talking drivel..

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By *mmabluTV/TS 2 weeks ago

upton wirral


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?"

That is the view of the ignorant probably cannot read propably lol

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind.. Hi. I guess you must be confusing me with another poster. Any compensation claim or complaint is a matter for public record so there would be no point in denying it. However the number of cases is very small and these are isolated exceptions. There are other newspapers with a higher number of complaints than the Daily Mail "

It would be interesting to know if you ever research anything using any other source than the daily mail.....somehow I doubt it!

Steve Bell did a lovely cartoon of a vox pop interviewer asking peoples opinions of the daily mail to which the interviewee said....the daily mail? I wouldn’t let my dog wipe his arse with it! (It still tickles me to this day!)

Back to your dungeon Pat

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind.. Hi. I guess you must be confusing me with another poster. Any compensation claim or complaint is a matter for public record so there would be no point in denying it. However the number of cases is very small and these are isolated exceptions. There are other newspapers with a higher number of complaints than the Daily Mail

It would be interesting to know if you ever research anything using any other source than the daily mail.....somehow I doubt it!

Steve Bell did a lovely cartoon of a vox pop interviewer asking peoples opinions of the daily mail to which the interviewee said....the daily mail? I wouldn’t let my dog wipe his arse with it! (It still tickles me to this day!)

Back to your dungeon Pat "

. There are many sources of information in life , How about the BBC news or listening to the radio when driving. ? Amusing as your comment is , you have quoted one person's opinion. I would think that the 1,134,184 readers ( as at Feb 20 ) have an entirely different opinion. They are handing over their hard earned cash to pay for the newspaper and keep journalists in jobs.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes

Not much of a paper reader myself but for the benefit of those that do maybe you all could let us know what papers you will be ok for us buying. Ones that you approve and the contents are 100 percent true

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?

That is the view of the ignorant probably cannot read propably lol"

Love how you use broken English to insult people who don't read the daily mail as people who "probably cannot read properly".

You won today's competition for most ridiculous post on fab.

Congratulations.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Pat won't have anything like the truth said about his beloved Bible, daily mail..

I have laid out in detail before of cases where they have paid compensation out of court, been sanctioned by the pcc and ipcc and of cases that went to court and the had to apologise and pay out..

But pat refused to accept saying it was all false and his usual bizarre thing of anything we read on sites like this is not real..

Zealotry is blind.. Hi. I guess you must be confusing me with another poster. Any compensation claim or complaint is a matter for public record so there would be no point in denying it. However the number of cases is very small and these are isolated exceptions. There are other newspapers with a higher number of complaints than the Daily Mail

It would be interesting to know if you ever research anything using any other source than the daily mail.....somehow I doubt it!

Steve Bell did a lovely cartoon of a vox pop interviewer asking peoples opinions of the daily mail to which the interviewee said....the daily mail? I wouldn’t let my dog wipe his arse with it! (It still tickles me to this day!)

Back to your dungeon Pat . There are many sources of information in life , How about the BBC news or listening to the radio when driving. ? Amusing as your comment is , you have quoted one person's opinion. I would think that the 1,134,184 readers ( as at Feb 20 ) have an entirely different opinion. They are handing over their hard earned cash to pay for the newspaper and keep journalists in jobs. "

Well I suppose if those.... erm.... journalists get sacked for theIr lies then they could always apply to be the next tory PM

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By *artygalWoman 2 weeks ago

London

My son's reading economics at a Russell Group uni. He's 19. He said he'll vote Labour on his way up then switch to Tory when the time's right. Out of the mouths of babes...

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago

I would think that the 1,134,184 readers ( as at Feb 20 ) have an entirely different opinion. They are handing over their hard earned cash to pay for the newspaper and keep journalists in jobs.

There has been a 1 million loss of readership over the last 10 years however

The Daily Fail.

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By *uninlondon69Man 2 weeks ago

London

In 2017 the mail was removed from a list of trusted news sources by Wikipedia because it was "generally unreliable"

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By *bernathCouple 2 weeks ago

Gloucestershire


"In 2017 the mail was removed from a list of trusted news sources by Wikipedia because it was "generally unreliable" "

Makes sense,

It is right winger’s crack, they go into withdrawal if they don’t get theur false equivalence fix.

Typical story examples

“Ooh a lefty bought a car, I thought they were communist, they are hypocrites!”

“Science is doing something good, or is it?”

“immigrants are bad”

“I hate meghan because...”

“They are taking out freedom away because....”

“Climate Change fact, but we actually think its fiction”

“Let’s do an article which makes the tories do our bidding”

And many more, shit hits!

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By *heBirminghamWeekendMan 2 weeks ago

Here and there

According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

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By *ionelhutzMan 2 weeks ago

liverpool


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

"

No accounting for taste.

The rag was the best selling paper for years but seems to have lost its mojo.

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By *anejohnkent6263Couple 2 weeks ago

canterbury


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?

That is the view of the ignorant probably cannot read propably lol

Love how you use broken English to insult people who don't read the daily mail as people who "probably cannot read properly".

You won today's competition for most ridiculous post on fab.

Congratulations.

"

makes a change for someone else to have won it ...as I thought you had a permanent hold on the trophy

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By *ella and Jack OP   Couple 2 weeks ago

Westcliff on Sea


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

"

Nothing to be proud of...

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

"

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

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By *mmabluTV/TS 2 weeks ago

upton wirral


"

However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?

That is the view of the ignorant probably cannot read propably lol

Love how you use broken English to insult people who don't read the daily mail as people who "probably cannot read properly".

You won today's competition for most ridiculous post on fab.

Congratulations.

"

Allways good to be a winner but easy against a bunch of losers

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"In 2017 the mail was removed from a list of trusted news sources by Wikipedia because it was "generally unreliable" "

However information published in Wikipedia is not necessary reliable either . The Daily Mail actually proved this when a relation of one of the journalists submitted spoof information . Wikipedia still published it ( and it took six weeks to have the incorrect information removed )

Information published in newspapers such as the Daily Mail is checked and the newspaper is governed by the various press regulatory organisations ( unlike the internet where you can literally type in anything you like , regardless of whether it is true or false .

The article below is the result of an experiment on the accuracy of Wikipedia.

To add to the debate, Life's Little Mysteries carried out its own, albeit small, test of Wikipedia's accuracy by consulting experts from two very different walks of life: theoretical physics and pop music. Life's Little Mysteries asked Adam Riess, professor of astronomy and physics at Johns Hopkins University and one of the scientists credited with proposing the existence of dark energy , to rate Wikipedia's "dark energy" entry. "It's remarkably accurate," Riess said. "Certainly better than 95 percent correct." This is not true, however, of the page about the indie pop band "Passion Pit," according to its drummer, Nate Donmoyer. Donmoyer found 10 factual errors on his band's page ranging from subtle to significant. Some information even appeared to have been added to the page by companies or organizations in search of publicity. "It's kind of crazy," Donmoyer told LLM. "I don't think I can trust Wikipedia again. The littlest white lies can throw its whole validity off." It may make sense that Wikipedia would have more reliable articles about academic topics than pop culture ones, considering that the latter are more prone to rumors and hearsay. On the other hand, there's no Passion Pit entry at all in Encyclopaedia Britannica. With more than three million English-language entries, Wikipedia very often wins our preference by default

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail. "

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

Nothing to be proud of..."

Increasing your share of the market in one which is declining is a result of which most organisations would be proud of . The only reservation might be if market share was gained at he expense of heavy discounting ( and as a result operating margins were lower ) .

There is no evidence to suggest that his was the case .

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?"

A very witty response to the post - wish I had thought of that .

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


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However congratulation on being a Daily Mail reader.You have made a very wise choice of newspaper . Well done.

You do realise that "daily mail reader" is a general insult for someone who is a bit dim and has dodgy views?

That is the view of the ignorant probably cannot read propably lol

Love how you use broken English to insult people who don't read the daily mail as people who "probably cannot read properly".

You won today's competition for most ridiculous post on fab.

Congratulations.

Allways good to be a winner but easy against a bunch of losers "

You appear to be labelling your non-Daily Mail readers as "a bunch or losers" for not posting ridiculous nonsensical messages.

There definitely seems to be a correlation between general levels of confusion and Daily Mail readership

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"In 2017 the mail was removed from a list of trusted news sources by Wikipedia because it was "generally unreliable"

However information published in Wikipedia is not necessary reliable either . The Daily Mail actually proved this when a relation of one of the journalists submitted spoof information . Wikipedia still published it ( and it took six weeks to have the incorrect information removed )

Information published in newspapers such as the Daily Mail is checked and the newspaper is governed by the various press regulatory organisations ( unlike the internet where you can literally type in anything you like , regardless of whether it is true or false .

The article below is the result of an experiment on the accuracy of Wikipedia.

To add to the debate, Life's Little Mysteries carried out its own, albeit small, test of Wikipedia's accuracy by consulting experts from two very different walks of life: theoretical physics and pop music. Life's Little Mysteries asked Adam Riess, professor of astronomy and physics at Johns Hopkins University and one of the scientists credited with proposing the existence of dark energy , to rate Wikipedia's "dark energy" entry. "It's remarkably accurate," Riess said. "Certainly better than 95 percent correct." This is not true, however, of the page about the indie pop band "Passion Pit," according to its drummer, Nate Donmoyer. Donmoyer found 10 factual errors on his band's page ranging from subtle to significant. Some information even appeared to have been added to the page by companies or organizations in search of publicity. "It's kind of crazy," Donmoyer told LLM. "I don't think I can trust Wikipedia again. The littlest white lies can throw its whole validity off." It may make sense that Wikipedia would have more reliable articles about academic topics than pop culture ones, considering that the latter are more prone to rumors and hearsay. On the other hand, there's no Passion Pit entry at all in Encyclopaedia Britannica. With more than three million English-language entries, Wikipedia very often wins our preference by default "

You deserve a little credit here for copy and pasting this from livescience. Which is not an alt-right website.

However you lose points because the article suggests that Wikipedia was good on science and poor on pop music. And they looked at two out of millions of articles. And their website has a number of other articles suggesting that Wikipedia is in fact generally accurate on the more established pages (IE not obscure pop bands).

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By *kstallionMan 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

A very witty response to the post - wish I had thought of that ."

Well it's important to know these things. I mean do I just wear an armband or the full regalia

They should put warnings on each paper so you know what buying different papers makes you (according to the self confessed experts)

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

A very witty response to the post - wish I had thought of that .

Well it's important to know these things. I mean do I just wear an armband or the full regalia

They should put warnings on each paper so you know what buying different papers makes you (according to the self confessed experts)"

Copycat lol

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

A very witty response to the post - wish I had thought of that ."

Yes Patrick as the forum comedian or buffoon you were slow off the mark there

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?"

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example."

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

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By *ouple in LancashireCouple 2 weeks ago

Near Chorley


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

A very witty response to the post - wish I had thought of that ."

Just a surprise that one if your other profiles didn't..

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?"

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"In 2017 the mail was removed from a list of trusted news sources by Wikipedia because it was "generally unreliable"

However information published in Wikipedia is not necessary reliable either . The Daily Mail actually proved this when a relation of one of the journalists submitted spoof information . Wikipedia still published it ( and it took six weeks to have the incorrect information removed )

Information published in newspapers such as the Daily Mail is checked and the newspaper is governed by the various press regulatory organisations ( unlike the internet where you can literally type in anything you like , regardless of whether it is true or false .

The article below is the result of an experiment on the accuracy of Wikipedia.

To add to the debate, Life's Little Mysteries carried out its own, albeit small, test of Wikipedia's accuracy by consulting experts from two very different walks of life: theoretical physics and pop music. Life's Little Mysteries asked Adam Riess, professor of astronomy and physics at Johns Hopkins University and one of the scientists credited with proposing the existence of dark energy , to rate Wikipedia's "dark energy" entry. "It's remarkably accurate," Riess said. "Certainly better than 95 percent correct." This is not true, however, of the page about the indie pop band "Passion Pit," according to its drummer, Nate Donmoyer. Donmoyer found 10 factual errors on his band's page ranging from subtle to significant. Some information even appeared to have been added to the page by companies or organizations in search of publicity. "It's kind of crazy," Donmoyer told LLM. "I don't think I can trust Wikipedia again. The littlest white lies can throw its whole validity off." It may make sense that Wikipedia would have more reliable articles about academic topics than pop culture ones, considering that the latter are more prone to rumors and hearsay. On the other hand, there's no Passion Pit entry at all in Encyclopaedia Britannica. With more than three million English-language entries, Wikipedia very often wins our preference by default "

I think your understanding of fact checking in the mail is purposely naive as the reality is that it is driven by a desire to infer the editorial stance of the owners by using information and twisting it to fit their prejudices. So it is actually about getting away with as much as they can within the law and hence the main fact checking they do is to run it by the lawyers before publishing! Honestly you really need to get a grip on reality you old dear.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?"

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

"

Thank you for allowing me to continue with my car.

as for the German car industry during the war they were busy working for the Nazi war machine instead. Also companies like thyssenkrupp which is in many fields in the UK from car parts to stair lifts were involved in the gas chambers. I guess we should avoid them too.perhaps if I put a copy of the gaurdian in my car I will be ok.

Maybe just maybe one day people will learn that insulting others is not the way to go.

Can live in hope I guess

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

Thank you for allowing me to continue with my car.

as for the German car industry during the war they were busy working for the Nazi war machine instead. Also companies like thyssenkrupp which is in many fields in the UK from car parts to stair lifts were involved in the gas chambers. I guess we should avoid them too.perhaps if I put a copy of the gaurdian in my car I will be ok.

Maybe just maybe one day people will learn that insulting others is not the way to go.

Can live in hope I guess"

German companies supporting German war industry.

British companies supporting British war industry.

German newspapers supporting German war effort.

British newspaper supporting German war effort.

See if you can spot the odd one out.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

Thank you for allowing me to continue with my car.

as for the German car industry during the war they were busy working for the Nazi war machine instead. Also companies like thyssenkrupp which is in many fields in the UK from car parts to stair lifts were involved in the gas chambers. I guess we should avoid them too.perhaps if I put a copy of the gaurdian in my car I will be ok.

Maybe just maybe one day people will learn that insulting others is not the way to go.

Can live in hope I guess

German companies supporting German war industry.

British companies supporting British war industry.

German newspapers supporting German war effort.

British newspaper supporting German war effort.

See if you can spot the odd one out."

You criticise people for choosing a paper to read. One criticism is the history during war. Using that logic I was simply saying if I apply that to a paper I need to apply it to other industries. Not pick and choose.

Or maybe you can stop criticising people for their choice of paper

You seem keen on history so learn lessons and stop making the same mistake time and time again

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. "

Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

Thank you for allowing me to continue with my car.

as for the German car industry during the war they were busy working for the Nazi war machine instead. Also companies like thyssenkrupp which is in many fields in the UK from car parts to stair lifts were involved in the gas chambers. I guess we should avoid them too.perhaps if I put a copy of the gaurdian in my car I will be ok.

Maybe just maybe one day people will learn that insulting others is not the way to go.

Can live in hope I guess

German companies supporting German war industry.

British companies supporting British war industry.

German newspapers supporting German war effort.

British newspaper supporting German war effort.

See if you can spot the odd one out.

You criticise people for choosing a paper to read. One criticism is the history during war. Using that logic I was simply saying if I apply that to a paper I need to apply it to other industries. Not pick and choose.

Or maybe you can stop criticising people for their choice of paper

You seem keen on history so learn lessons and stop making the same mistake time and time again"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

I dont believe any German car companies were printing newspapers in support of Hitler like the daily fail was so yes go ahead and support the great German car industry.

Thank you for allowing me to continue with my car.

as for the German car industry during the war they were busy working for the Nazi war machine instead. Also companies like thyssenkrupp which is in many fields in the UK from car parts to stair lifts were involved in the gas chambers. I guess we should avoid them too.perhaps if I put a copy of the gaurdian in my car I will be ok.

Maybe just maybe one day people will learn that insulting others is not the way to go.

Can live in hope I guess

German companies supporting German war industry.

British companies supporting British war industry.

German newspapers supporting German war effort.

British newspaper supporting German war effort.

See if you can spot the odd one out.

You criticise people for choosing a paper to read. One criticism is the history during war. Using that logic I was simply saying if I apply that to a paper I need to apply it to other industries. Not pick and choose.

Or maybe you can stop criticising people for their choice of paper

You seem keen on history so learn lessons and stop making the same mistake time and time again

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit."

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views.

Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? "

Excellent question, of course there is evidence, just read anything they print from Peter Hitchins, Katie Hopkins or Richard Littlejohn.

And for a view on their climate denial see, climatefeedback.org - a site where climate scientists rate stories in the press about climate change on accuracy.


"

My guess is that you do not read it "

Of course not, what kind of moron do you think I am?


"

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ? "

Not sure what to make of the rest of this rambling message, seems like something a Daily Mail reader would write.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing"

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit. "

Think your right about the confused daily fail readers

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit. "

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Think your right about the confused daily fail readers "

See just can't help it

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Think your right about the confused daily fail readers

See just can't help it"

Have your daily fail fix in the morning with some freshly squeezed mango juice and all will be well

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced ."

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Think your right about the confused daily fail readers

See just can't help it

Have your daily fail fix in the morning with some freshly squeezed mango juice and all will be well

"

Thank you your so kind and useful in supporting all be it unknowingly but every little helps as they say.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)"

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them"

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)"

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having."

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ? "

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person.

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views.

Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.?

Excellent question, of course there is evidence, just read anything they print from Peter Hitchins, Katie Hopkins or Richard Littlejohn.

And for a view on their climate denial see, climatefeedback.org - a site where climate scientists rate stories in the press about climate change on accuracy.

My guess is that you do not read it

Of course not, what kind of moron do you think I am?

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

Not sure what to make of the rest of this rambling message, seems like something a Daily Mail reader would write. "

You make a very interesting addmission. You admit not to reading the newspaper concerned yet pass judgement on it and would appear to suggest that those who read it are morons. If you do not read it , how are you in a position to pass judgement. ?

It is probably best to assume that you are part of a very small but vocal minority who promote a highly misleading view of the publication.

The fact that it is one of the UKs best selling newspapers speaks for itself.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views.

Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.?

Excellent question, of course there is evidence, just read anything they print from Peter Hitchins, Katie Hopkins or Richard Littlejohn.

And for a view on their climate denial see, climatefeedback.org - a site where climate scientists rate stories in the press about climate change on accuracy.

My guess is that you do not read it

Of course not, what kind of moron do you think I am?

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

Not sure what to make of the rest of this rambling message, seems like something a Daily Mail reader would write. You make a very interesting addmission. You admit not to reading the newspaper concerned yet pass judgement on it and would appear to suggest that those who read it are morons. If you do not read it , how are you in a position to pass judgement. ?

It is probably best to assume that you are part of a very small but vocal minority who promote a highly misleading view of the publication.

The fact that it is one of the UKs best selling newspapers speaks for itself. "

And thus your brainwashing is complete. You may now go out into the world to promote The Daily Mail as if it contained real news for real people.

Amen.

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By *abtastic999Man 2 weeks ago

manchester


"

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views.

Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.?

Excellent question, of course there is evidence, just read anything they print from Peter Hitchins, Katie Hopkins or Richard Littlejohn.

And for a view on their climate denial see, climatefeedback.org - a site where climate scientists rate stories in the press about climate change on accuracy.

My guess is that you do not read it

Of course not, what kind of moron do you think I am?

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

Not sure what to make of the rest of this rambling message, seems like something a Daily Mail reader would write. You make a very interesting addmission. You admit not to reading the newspaper concerned yet pass judgement on it and would appear to suggest that those who read it are morons. If you do not read it , how are you in a position to pass judgement. ?

It is probably best to assume that you are part of a very small but vocal minority who promote a highly misleading view of the publication.

The fact that it is one of the UKs best selling newspapers speaks for itself. "

On average , how many copies are sold daily?

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person. "

Your reply fails to address the issue of as to why any rational person would pass judgement on an individual based on the newspaper that they read. My guess is that you do not read the Daily Mail so you probably are unaware of its contents. A reader of a newspaper is unlikely to rely on one single source of information.

As you refer specifically to the Daily Mail, you will probably find that readers obtain information from multiple sources. How about Television , radio , wor colleagues , books, facebook , twitter, and various other forms of social media.

It is probably just as well we live in a free society where everyone can express an opinion. To use your terminology, what is blinkered and inadequate to one person is interesting and informative to others.

Luckily we live in a society where only a very small but vocal minority attempt to insult others. Those confident of the validity of their views would have no need to make posts that some people would consider to be derogatory.

As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.

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By *ethnmelvCouple 2 weeks ago

Cardiff & Winchester

“As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.“

How on earth do you make this leap of logic? A minority of people voted for this Govt. It is perfectly feasible that even those who voted for them have now changed their minds. A bit like BJ changing his mind on Foreign NHS visa fees. Who knows, you may not even have voted Tory, so how can you prove you are given the divine right to be right!?

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By *abtastic999Man 2 weeks ago

manchester


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person. Your reply fails to address the issue of as to why any rational person would pass judgement on an individual based on the newspaper that they read. My guess is that you do not read the Daily Mail so you probably are unaware of its contents. A reader of a newspaper is unlikely to rely on one single source of information.

As you refer specifically to the Daily Mail, you will probably find that readers obtain information from multiple sources. How about Television , radio , wor colleagues , books, facebook , twitter, and various other forms of social media.

It is probably just as well we live in a free society where everyone can express an opinion. To use your terminology, what is blinkered and inadequate to one person is interesting and informative to others.

Luckily we live in a society where only a very small but vocal minority attempt to insult others. Those confident of the validity of their views would have no need to make posts that some people would consider to be derogatory.

As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year. "

A week is a long time in politics , the election was 5 months ago, a lot has changed. Get used to the fact that Boris isn’t up to the job, never was , never will be

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person. Your reply fails to address the issue of as to why any rational person would pass judgement on an individual based on the newspaper that they read. My guess is that you do not read the Daily Mail so you probably are unaware of its contents. A reader of a newspaper is unlikely to rely on one single source of information.

As you refer specifically to the Daily Mail, you will probably find that readers obtain information from multiple sources. How about Television , radio , wor colleagues , books, facebook , twitter, and various other forms of social media.

It is probably just as well we live in a free society where everyone can express an opinion. To use your terminology, what is blinkered and inadequate to one person is interesting and informative to others.

Luckily we live in a society where only a very small but vocal minority attempt to insult others. Those confident of the validity of their views would have no need to make posts that some people would consider to be derogatory.

As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year. "

It's amazing watching you argue that the moon is made of cheese.

I admire how impervious you are to information, facts and logic.

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By *ouple in LancashireCouple 2 weeks ago

Near Chorley


"“As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.“

How on earth do you make this leap of logic? A minority of people voted for this Govt. It is perfectly feasible that even those who voted for them have now changed their minds. A bit like BJ changing his mind on Foreign NHS visa fees. Who knows, you may not even have voted Tory, so how can you prove you are given the divine right to be right!? "

It's the arrogance of the deluded, nor even aware that they mean nothing and will be patted on the head as they are equally shafted..

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By *anejohnkent6263Couple 2 weeks ago

canterbury


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person. Your reply fails to address the issue of as to why any rational person would pass judgement on an individual based on the newspaper that they read. My guess is that you do not read the Daily Mail so you probably are unaware of its contents. A reader of a newspaper is unlikely to rely on one single source of information.

As you refer specifically to the Daily Mail, you will probably find that readers obtain information from multiple sources. How about Television , radio , wor colleagues , books, facebook , twitter, and various other forms of social media.

It is probably just as well we live in a free society where everyone can express an opinion. To use your terminology, what is blinkered and inadequate to one person is interesting and informative to others.

Luckily we live in a society where only a very small but vocal minority attempt to insult others. Those confident of the validity of their views would have no need to make posts that some people would consider to be derogatory.

As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.

A week is a long time in politics , the election was 5 months ago, a lot has changed. Get used to the fact that Boris isn’t up to the job, never was , never will be "

love that one number 1 returns...brexit is happening get used to it ...remoaners were never up to the task x

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"“As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.“

How on earth do you make this leap of logic? A minority of people voted for this Govt. It is perfectly feasible that even those who voted for them have now changed their minds. A bit like BJ changing his mind on Foreign NHS visa fees. Who knows, you may not even have voted Tory, so how can you prove you are given the divine right to be right!?

It's the arrogance of the deluded, nor even aware that they mean nothing and will be patted on the head as they are equally shafted..

"

Hi. I guess that most supporters of a party would be more than happy to be considered both deluded and arrogant based on the result of the recent election. Every single voter in the UK had the option to express their opinion on those that you consider to be deluded and arrogant. The result of the election is self explanatory.

In four years time the electorate will once again have the opportunity to express their opinion.

Some people would consider describing the voters of a winning party as being deluded and arrogant to be ill mannered . Luckily we live in a democracy where everyone is entitled to a view.

We can only conclude that the best party wins.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"“As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.“

How on earth do you make this leap of logic? A minority of people voted for this Govt. It is perfectly feasible that even those who voted for them have now changed their minds. A bit like BJ changing his mind on Foreign NHS visa fees. Who knows, you may not even have voted Tory, so how can you prove you are given the divine right to be right!?

It's the arrogance of the deluded, nor even aware that they mean nothing and will be patted on the head as they are equally shafted..

Hi. I guess that most supporters of a party would be more than happy to be considered both deluded and arrogant based on the result of the recent election. Every single voter in the UK had the option to express their opinion on those that you consider to be deluded and arrogant. The result of the election is self explanatory.

In four years time the electorate will once again have the opportunity to express their opinion.

Some people would consider describing the voters of a winning party as being deluded and arrogant to be ill mannered . Luckily we live in a democracy where everyone is entitled to a view.

We can only conclude that the best party wins. "

If you can only conclude that the best party wins then you're extremely narrow minded and don't take in the majority of information and factors.

But hey. You're a daily mail reader.

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By *abtastic999Man 2 weeks ago

manchester


"According to the available print circulation figures for March and April, The Daily Mail may be the UKs biggest-selling paper.

After a 50% fall in readership in 10 years and continuing to decline the future looks bleak

for the Nazi supporting Fail.

I don't buy paper's very much but have bought the mail before amongst others.

Does this mean I am a part time Nazi or because I have actually bought it more than once I'm a full blown Nazi?

No, as you were probably unaware of the Nazi history of the fail you can be forgive for your purchase but just beware of the daily fails history next time your tempted to purchase, there are far finer papers to read, the guardian for example.

Oh that's very gracious of you and there was me just about to order my uniform too.

Thank you for pointing out history too but I was aware. Germany has a slight relationship to the Nazis too (think history may have covered this as well) but I still drive a German car.

Is that acceptable or should I change?

Why are you asking people here what car to drive?

Anyone who chooses to purchase the Daily Mail is choosing to support a newspaper that prints misogynistic stories, climate science denying articles, transphobic opinion pieces and straight up racism.

As mentioned before, "daily mail reader" is a standard insult for people who are dim and who have dodgy views. Hi. Do you actually read the Daily Mail and would you have any supporting evidence to back up your statement.? My guess is that you do not read it and are simply repeating various criticisms made of the Daily Mail by a very small but vocal minority .

To describe Daily Mail readers as dim and having dodgy views is a reflection on the person making the statement, not on the Daily Mail readers. Any keyboard warrior can describe people as being dim.

In any event it now appears that the Daily Mail may now be the best selling newspaper in the UK.

It seems incredible that someone would attempt to judge someone by the newspaper that they read. If someone watch's the BBC instead of ITV are they also judged. ?

If you base your world view on a single news source, as you appear to be advocating, then you are effectively a propagandist for a cosy, blinkered, and prejudiced view of the world so it seems fair to judge that to be inadequate. If on the other hand you absorb and filter information from multiple sources and adapt your views as you learn then you are more likely to be open minded and an interesting person. Your reply fails to address the issue of as to why any rational person would pass judgement on an individual based on the newspaper that they read. My guess is that you do not read the Daily Mail so you probably are unaware of its contents. A reader of a newspaper is unlikely to rely on one single source of information.

As you refer specifically to the Daily Mail, you will probably find that readers obtain information from multiple sources. How about Television , radio , wor colleagues , books, facebook , twitter, and various other forms of social media.

It is probably just as well we live in a free society where everyone can express an opinion. To use your terminology, what is blinkered and inadequate to one person is interesting and informative to others.

Luckily we live in a society where only a very small but vocal minority attempt to insult others. Those confident of the validity of their views would have no need to make posts that some people would consider to be derogatory.

As this is a political forum the best test of the validity of someones views is the result on December 12 th last year.

A week is a long time in politics , the election was 5 months ago, a lot has changed. Get used to the fact that Boris isn’t up to the job, never was , never will be love that one number 1 returns...brexit is happening get used to it ...remoaners were never up to the task x"

Again, your not making any sense . I cant decipher your non sensical ramblings ? Can you repeat your point ?

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By *anejohnkent6263Couple 2 weeks ago

canterbury

Not much point because you are always right ...right

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Not much point because you are always right ...right "

Is everything okay with you?

Your stand alone statements seem more random than usual.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Not much point because you are always right ...right "

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

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By *abtastic999Man 2 weeks ago

manchester


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual. "

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission. "

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful"

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment "

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

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By *anejohnkent6263Couple 2 weeks ago

canterbury


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time "

not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined. "

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol "

Why do you ridicule people who choose to read about stuff other than football?

Do you know you have the option to learn about other things too?

Maybe then you'd be less confused and frustrated?

Just a thought.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined. "

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol

Why do you ridicule people who choose to read about stuff other than football?

Do you know you have the option to learn about other things too?

Maybe then you'd be less confused and frustrated?

Just a thought. "

One small point you may wish to consider. The gentleman to whom you refer runs a number of very success businesses. It looks like he has his priorities correct.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods."

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol

Why do you ridicule people who choose to read about stuff other than football?

Do you know you have the option to learn about other things too?

Maybe then you'd be less confused and frustrated?

Just a thought. One small point you may wish to consider. The gentleman to whom you refer runs a number of very success businesses. It looks like he has his priorities correct. "

You guys know eachother?

Maybe you want to check in on him, he doesn't seem to be coping.

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange "

The referendum was very straight forward. Each party presented their arguments and the electorate voted accordingly. Everyone knew it was a once in a lifetime decision.

When I voted I sat down at my kitchen table and thought about the pros and cons. I then voted accordingly.

As we were already members of the EU it is worth pointing out that the cards were heavily loaded in favour of the remain campaign.

Life has now moved on.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working."

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange The referendum was very straight forward. Each party presented their arguments and the electorate voted accordingly. Everyone knew it was a once in a lifetime decision.

When I voted I sat down at my kitchen table and thought about the pros and cons. I then voted accordingly.

As we were already members of the EU it is worth pointing out that the cards were heavily loaded in favour of the remain campaign.

Life has now moved on. "

It sure has, perhaps Patrick as an avid dail fail reader u can shine some light on when this mythical £350 million a week starts arriving. Apparently the fail was promoting it for months but now not a word,,,very strange.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

"

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange The referendum was very straight forward. Each party presented their arguments and the electorate voted accordingly. Everyone knew it was a once in a lifetime decision.

When I voted I sat down at my kitchen table and thought about the pros and cons. I then voted accordingly.

As we were already members of the EU it is worth pointing out that the cards were heavily loaded in favour of the remain campaign.

Life has now moved on. "

Do you actually believe this?

If so, you're so far gone that it's no longer worth replying to you. Even in jest.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange The referendum was very straight forward. Each party presented their arguments and the electorate voted accordingly. Everyone knew it was a once in a lifetime decision.

When I voted I sat down at my kitchen table and thought about the pros and cons. I then voted accordingly.

As we were already members of the EU it is worth pointing out that the cards were heavily loaded in favour of the remain campaign.

Life has now moved on.

Do you actually believe this?

If so, you're so far gone that it's no longer worth replying to you. Even in jest."

Me too please

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So you're happy that people were fooled into voting against the interests of the country to make a few rich pricks richer?

Strange The referendum was very straight forward. Each party presented their arguments and the electorate voted accordingly. Everyone knew it was a once in a lifetime decision.

When I voted I sat down at my kitchen table and thought about the pros and cons. I then voted accordingly.

As we were already members of the EU it is worth pointing out that the cards were heavily loaded in favour of the remain campaign.

Life has now moved on.

Do you actually believe this?

If so, you're so far gone that it's no longer worth replying to you. Even in jest.

Me too please"

You have made interesting points.

This other guys just seems to have lost the plot all together.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined. "

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined. "

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you."

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out."

How ?

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out.

How ?"

Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker"

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out.

How ?

Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

"

I think they're suggesting that people ridiculing Johnson for bullshitting the general public over brexit. Pushed more people to vote leave.

And that somehow that's a good thing.

Personally that seems like the weakest reason to vote leave I've heard so far.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago

Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer.

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By *anejohnkent6263Couple 2 weeks ago

canterbury


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol

Why do you ridicule people who choose to read about stuff other than football?

Do you know you have the option to learn about other things too?

Maybe then you'd be less confused and frustrated?

Just a thought. One small point you may wish to consider. The gentleman to whom you refer runs a number of very success businesses. It looks like he has his priorities correct.

You guys know eachother?

Maybe you want to check in on him, he doesn't seem to be coping. "

I do wish you knew me you may get a few shocks ....very successful....lol ....

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out.

How ?

Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

I think they're suggesting that people ridiculing Johnson for bullshitting the general public over brexit. Pushed more people to vote leave.

And that somehow that's a good thing.

Personally that seems like the weakest reason to vote leave I've heard so far."

Nope this has nothing to do with ridiculing or insults.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Not much point because you are always right ...right

Having a daytime tipple is fine but sometimes it can lead to looking a bit sillier than usual.

Ha, we shouldn’t be to harsh on him, it is a very scary and confusing time not confused at all ...just loving the crap and knowledge that people think they have ....some are just always right ....well done ...I'm surprised that they have time to be on fab ....as they must be so busy advising the governments of the world lol

Why do you ridicule people who choose to read about stuff other than football?

Do you know you have the option to learn about other things too?

Maybe then you'd be less confused and frustrated?

Just a thought. One small point you may wish to consider. The gentleman to whom you refer runs a number of very success businesses. It looks like he has his priorities correct.

You guys know eachother?

Maybe you want to check in on him, he doesn't seem to be coping. I do wish you knew me you may get a few shocks ....very successful....lol ...."

I have no preconceptions about your level of success in anything except being able to understand climate change or to post coherent messages on here.

You could be a formula one driver or a world champion chess player for all I know.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer. "

I'm kind of hoping you will work it out and giving you clues.

No worries though its good in a way for any future similar scenarios

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

How did it work on me ? I voted stay unlike you.

Ha ha ha of course you did but you helped the leave side so so much from the moment the bus came out.

How ?

Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

I think they're suggesting that people ridiculing Johnson for bullshitting the general public over brexit. Pushed more people to vote leave.

And that somehow that's a good thing.

Personally that seems like the weakest reason to vote leave I've heard so far.

Nope this has nothing to do with ridiculing or insults.

"

Then you'll have to spell it out.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda "

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer.

I'm kind of hoping you will work it out and giving you clues.

No worries though its good in a way for any future similar scenarios"

An empty vessel

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By *uninlondon69Man 2 weeks ago

London

In all conversations with any leave voter none have ever been able to give a coherent argument based on facts why they support brexit.

Yes, I get it's happening whether we like it or not but none of you have ever been able to tell me why. I want a reason to be wrong. I want to be persuaded that it isn't going to be a massive shit show. I don't like looking at the future and thinking Covid 19 might be the highlight of the next couple of years. Please persuade me with facts, not emotion or rhetoric. Tell me how life is going to be better.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer.

I'm kind of hoping you will work it out and giving you clues.

No worries though its good in a way for any future similar scenarios

An empty vessel

"

Music to my ears

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"In all conversations with any leave voter none have ever been able to give a coherent argument based on facts why they support brexit.

Yes, I get it's happening whether we like it or not but none of you have ever been able to tell me why. I want a reason to be wrong. I want to be persuaded that it isn't going to be a massive shit show. I don't like looking at the future and thinking Covid 19 might be the highlight of the next couple of years. Please persuade me with facts, not emotion or rhetoric. Tell me how life is going to be better. "

Unfortunately your going to be waiting some time it's all waffle and no substance with most brexiteers, ask questions and they say You've insulted me it would be funny if it hadn't turned the uk into an irrelevance on the world stage.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer.

I'm kind of hoping you will work it out and giving you clues.

No worries though its good in a way for any future similar scenarios

An empty vessel

Music to my ears"

Think you'll find it's a scratching sound.

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By *ebbie69Couple 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"Think hun

Look back at this thread and others where its mentioned. More though think back to the time of the bus onwards

You seem to waffle on a lot but really u say nothing, I've yet to get a straight answer from a brexiteer.

I'm kind of hoping you will work it out and giving you clues.

No worries though its good in a way for any future similar scenarios

An empty vessel

Music to my ears

Think you'll find it's a scratching sound. "

Vipee back on form

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before"

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. "

Well I thought the forums were free for anyone to state their views. Your guy Pat may well get pleasure from being derided so I would suggest you allow him to post as he is entitled to and do not deride him. If your right then his source of pleasure will be ended .

So what's this about a hierarchy? Why would anyone have to sit on the side lines?

I look on here when I can and post sometimes. I don't expect all to agree with me but I can express my view without anyone's permission as long as its within the fab guidelines. Their does seem to be regulars here and very keen to slate anyone who does not agree with them. Oh and an Irish guy who turns any subject into a Boris subject regardless of what it is- maybe he has issues

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. "

. This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. . This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

"

Glad its not just me that thought it was an odd post.

It was very surprising to hear of a hierarchy here. Silly me thought we was all allowed to post our views without fear of abuse.

Like you say would they do this face to face in real life?. Do they act like this at their work place?.

Maybe I am to new to this as he says. Maybe I should learn my place

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. . This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

"

You sell yourself short Patrick, id imagine delivering the daily fail door to door is more than a small business.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


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A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. . This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

"

You have nothing to say that could possibly be of interest to me Pat but honestly regarding the feedback points.....coming from someone like yourself who is constantly hiding their Multiple identities behind a keyboard....have you even thought that one through to the logical conclusion?

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By *iltsguy200Man 2 weeks ago

Warminster

I’m reminded of this little gem from the independent on the occasion of the Daily Mirrors 100 birthday

It is one of the choicest pieces of journalistic dinner party general knowledge that the filthy right-wing Daily Mail was officially a fascist newspaper in the 1930s. The paper was burned on the streets after running the headline "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" and backing Oswald Mosley's plan to make himself Britain's equivalent of Adolf Hitler. No surprise then, so the conversational gambit goes, that the Mail is still beating up on asylum seekers today.

What is less well known is that the Mail's former stablemate the Daily Mirror was just as pro-fascist. On Monday, 22 January, 1934 the Mirror ran the headline "Give the Blackshirts a helping hand". The paper went one further than the Mail, urging readers to join Mosley's British Union of Fascists, and giving the address to which to send membership applications.

The link to the full article is attached

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

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By *inter and AutumnMan 2 weeks ago

Slough


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. . This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

You have nothing to say that could possibly be of interest to me Pat but honestly regarding the feedback points.....coming from someone like yourself who is constantly hiding their Multiple identities behind a keyboard....have you even thought that one through to the logical conclusion? "

Hi. Another interesting post. You state that none of the posts are of any interest to you but still choose to post a comment. Looks like maybe you scored another own goal. If the posts are of no interest to you it is probably best not to comment on them.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"I’m reminded of this little gem from the independent on the occasion of the Daily Mirrors 100 birthday

It is one of the choicest pieces of journalistic dinner party general knowledge that the filthy right-wing Daily Mail was officially a fascist newspaper in the 1930s. The paper was burned on the streets after running the headline "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" and backing Oswald Mosley's plan to make himself Britain's equivalent of Adolf Hitler. No surprise then, so the conversational gambit goes, that the Mail is still beating up on asylum seekers today.

What is less well known is that the Mail's former stablemate the Daily Mirror was just as pro-fascist. On Monday, 22 January, 1934 the Mirror ran the headline "Give the Blackshirts a helping hand". The paper went one further than the Mail, urging readers to join Mosley's British Union of Fascists, and giving the address to which to send membership applications.

The link to the full article is attached

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html"

I have to say I have not heard that before but its interesting.

I wonder did you get this approved by the hierarchy on fab before posting?.

Or have you already earned your spurs?

I am told who I should and should not take notice of and be on the side lines until I am accepted which I expect means support their views

Best of luck

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"I’m reminded of this little gem from the independent on the occasion of the Daily Mirrors 100 birthday

It is one of the choicest pieces of journalistic dinner party general knowledge that the filthy right-wing Daily Mail was officially a fascist newspaper in the 1930s. The paper was burned on the streets after running the headline "Hurrah for the Blackshirts" and backing Oswald Mosley's plan to make himself Britain's equivalent of Adolf Hitler. No surprise then, so the conversational gambit goes, that the Mail is still beating up on asylum seekers today.

What is less well known is that the Mail's former stablemate the Daily Mirror was just as pro-fascist. On Monday, 22 January, 1934 the Mirror ran the headline "Give the Blackshirts a helping hand". The paper went one further than the Mail, urging readers to join Mosley's British Union of Fascists, and giving the address to which to send membership applications.

The link to the full article is attached

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/revealed-the-fascist-past-of-the-daily-mirror-77871.html

I have to say I have not heard that before but its interesting.

I wonder did you get this approved by the hierarchy on fab before posting?.

Or have you already earned your spurs?

I am told who I should and should not take notice of and be on the side lines until I am accepted which I expect means support their views

Best of luck"

Sadly you quoted the wrong post but as you choose to take offence to my post then all I can say is good luck and enjoy making your input.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"

A lesson from history I've learned is not supporting traitors like the daily fail, the're still traitorous serving there own selfish interests, just look at brexit.

Oh traitors yes someone who supports the enemies of his country.Who does that remind me of I wonder

Maybe you should look closer to home when looking at brexit as the same mistakes were made then too.

Still for me you making the same mistakes over and over is good news if a little depressing

Hold on a sec, the Daily Mail was pro Brexit.

Yes I know

Maybe I was not clear. When I mentioned the same mistakes I referring to insulting anyone who does not agree with you ( not you personally)

All it did was drive people away from supporting remain. The leave group in public expressed outrage at it but in private rejoiced .

Oh I see, personally I don't care if anyone reads the daily mail, people who buy it are only reinforcing their already dodgy views.

Do you really think people flushed their future away because the perceived that some remainers were ridiculing them? (sounds like I am challenging your point, I'm not, but it surprised me)

In many ways that's the same for most papers/ readers as they all target a particular audience.

Yes yes yes it made a big difference. For me personally it was one of 2 main reasons I did not vote remain in the end. In many ways it done the leave sides campaigning for them

Sure I agree that people buy newspapers that reinforce their views.

And that seems crazy reason to vote to me. Both sides used dirty tactics (one used illegal tactics). Why didn't people just ignore the bollocks and vote in their own interests and in the interests of the country? (Rhetorical exhaserbated question)

Their was more bollocks about than at an orgy from both sides.

I can only speak for myself and what I have learnt from friends but I have to confirm the attitude towards potential voters was a big reason.

As I said before every time this happened the leave side publicly expressed outrage but privately were rubbing their hands as they could see the effect it was having.

Really all it shows is a lack of backbone.Im not going to vote in my countries best interests in my own best interests in my family's best interest because the stay campaign booooo to the leave traitors. Truly amazing admission.

Oh supper a new insult to add to the list. Not heard that one before in regards to brexit but they all help.

Your very helpful

I understand from your posts you voted for brexit and poverty because you were insulted by the stay campaign.

Do let me know when the £350 million a week starts arriving and hope your not insulted by that comment

Still helping out at every chance I see - your so good

I was suprised some had not learnt from the past regarding insults but even more suprised they still falling for the bus ploy.

Just to note I am on another thread where this come up and as you will see I thought it was wrong to do. I have discovered since it was a ploy that worked better than anyone ever imagined.

So now your saying u regret being led up the garden path by nigel and his ilk ? It's like saying the stay people insulted me what can I do, oh I know I'll get a shotgun and shoot my foot that will teach them a lesson, to be honest a lot of people were fooled by the £350 m and a long list of other falsehoods.

As I said I did not think it was a good idea maybe I should have explained better I did not think it was a good idea putting a figure on it.

I was not lead up any paths. I ignored the bus and dismissed it for what it was - a ploy that apparently is still working.

So u didn't think they should have put the figure on the bus cause it was a lie ? Apart from being insulted by the stay campaign I'm struggling to see why u voted brexit, maybe u were always a brexiteer.

I did not see how it would help as whatever figure was used it would cause a stir. As said it turned out to be a ploy that as you are proving worked better than can be imagined.

I remember that lol. Hook line and sinker

You know Pat, my last post was an exercise in patience and an attempt to engage with you and see if there was any depth to your posts but quite honestly I cant find anything in your response that is worthy of me devoting any more of my time and effort on you....you are a lost cause and frankly you come across as a rather boring, pedantic and shallow chap with very little empathy for your fellow man so I shall bow out of this now and leave you to your little englander ways. Enjoy your propaganda

Is that directed at me?

I don't recall speaking with you before

You’re new here Leroy and although you appear to be conservative in your posts I have no axe to grind with you. So, one of the first qualifications of this fab forum is that most of the regulars know who Pat is, and have seen him reappear in many guises over the years. He has a very predictable and extremely dull and repetitive method of expressing his views and appears to get some sort of satisfaction from being an object of derision and whether that is sexual or not I can only wonder. Anyway, welcome aboard but be prepared to be sitting on the sidelines as its a difficult party to join in with although once you get some more experience of it you will be able to judge the levels of heirarchy more easily. . This is a very strange post . You appear to be implying that posters on these forums are unable to form their own opinions on other posters and that you need to do it on their behalf . It would be interesting to know what qualifications you have that enables to to do this ?

The internet is simply cyberspace and any keyboard warrior can type comments . ( in many cases a keyboard warrior would not dare make their comments in rreal life ) . Imagine going into a pub and insulting a group of people drinking - most people are fully aware of the likely consequences .

Feedback on internet forums is probably meaningless . What is crucial is the feedback that you receive in real life from real people , not that from those who choose to hide behind a keyboard .

I get feedback daily from care workers / cleaners / agents and weekly / monthly from Doctors and nurses . Feedback is also received from clients of a small business which I run and from work colleagues when in full time employment .

In ranking of importance

a. Feedback from those who hide their identity behind a keyboard . Nil .

b. Real life feedback . Very important

You have nothing to say that could possibly be of interest to me Pat but honestly regarding the feedback points.....coming from someone like yourself who is constantly hiding their Multiple identities behind a keyboard....have you even thought that one through to the logical conclusion? Hi. Another interesting post. You state that none of the posts are of any interest to you but still choose to post a comment. Looks like maybe you scored another own goal. If the posts are of no interest to you it is probably best not to comment on them. "

Its an open forum Pat and I post because I have the right to do so! If I choose to refute your cut and paste ramblings because I find them ridiculous that is my choice. The fact that you are responding to my posts is interesting in itself

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"I judge Pat from my experience of reading his posts for the last six years I have been part of fab. He has had many different guises in that time (most recently tractors and trailers, also scania man) and I understand that he gets regularly banned for his obnoxious posts, and has to reinvent himself to get back on here, which is a pretty peculiar thing to have to do so hence my question about his motivation.

The heirarchy I refer to is the one which includes people like fabio or poi lucy who have been fabbers for years and dont post very often but when they do, they are always worth listening to! You are new and have yet to earn your spurs on this forum Leroy, so dont take it personally as it was advice and guidance given without malice.

To fab moderators and any other experienced forum users : is the above true(not the bit about the one known as Pat).

I was unaware I or anyone else had to earn their spurs here. I thought no one had to be on the side lines and that all can take part as and when they choose.

He does state it is without malice which is go on so it makes me think he maybe correct and I am not abiding by the rules

Oh for gods sake...dont be so literal! My post was to try and explain to you that people come and go on here and from my own experience I spent a long time being outside of the conversations which were taking place snd that you might be a bit surprised to find that some regular posters on here have multiple personalities. At no point did I ever imply you were restricted or had to pass some kind of test to post. Think of it more as comparable to your first day at school or in a new job where you have to learn the relationships between different factions. Do you understand that this was not personal?"

Is this everyone else's view too?

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago

This is beginning to look like a fishing trip to me

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"This is beginning to look like a fishing trip to me "

I'm just asking others opinion on this.

I have yours and thank you.

so am asking if it is a common opinion by asking others.

The question is for others to answer if they so wish.

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"This is beginning to look like a fishing trip to me

I'm just asking others opinion on this.

I have yours and thank you.

so am asking if it is a common opinion by asking others.

The question is for others to answer if they so wish."

How do you feel about your derailing the thread though?

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By (user no longer on site) 2 weeks ago


"This is beginning to look like a fishing trip to me

I'm just asking others opinion on this.

I have yours and thank you.

so am asking if it is a common opinion by asking others.

The question is for others to answer if they so wish."

Leeroy my comment would be if you've something interesting to say fire ahead, playing the victim is old hat.

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By *eroy1000Man 2 weeks ago

milton keynes


"This is beginning to look like a fishing trip to me

I'm just asking others opinion on this.

I have yours and thank you.

so am asking if it is a common opinion by asking others.

The question is for others to answer if they so wish.

Leeroy my comment would be if you've something interesting to say fire ahead, playing the victim is old hat. "

I was asking a question after the other gent gave me advice on here and pointed out certain things. I have to say I was unaware of these things so I put the question out to others.

I am not sure how that is playing the victim. To me its asking a question after someone who is not a moderator makes such a statement / advice is sensible

I see your advice about if you have something interesting to say fire away.

That's not easy to judge as what I may find interesting you may not or visa versa.

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By *ugby Does MFMCouple 2 weeks ago
Forum Mod

O o O oo


"I judge Pat from my experience of reading his posts for the last six years I have been part of fab. He has had many different guises in that time (most recently tractors and trailers, also scania man) and I understand that he gets regularly banned

"

Seems it is catching

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By *ugby Does MFMCouple 2 weeks ago
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O o O oo

OK back to the OP, ignore the posts Leroy, everyone is welcome on the forum ( except permanently banned people ). There is no pecking order

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