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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by Brianposh » 13 Mar 2020, 14:46

bristleposh wrote:
13 Mar 2020, 14:21
Why would anyone expect any different from somebody who obviously voted to stay and can’t bear the fact that his side lost
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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by trevormans » 13 Mar 2020, 16:00

or just maybe, you might be able to point out some of the wonderful tangible benefits of having left. But nobody ever does, because you were all taken in by the fibs and promises

I literally do not see any tangible benefits. That does not make me a poor "loser" , it demonstrates that I have maintained a consistent position.

If Posh fail to get promoted (ie making me a "loser" ) , it does not mean I should start to support Coventry . I will still support Posh

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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by Gaz_Miller » 13 Mar 2020, 16:52

trevormans wrote:
13 Mar 2020, 16:00
or just maybe, you might be able to point out some of the wonderful tangible benefits of having left. But nobody ever does, because you were all taken in by the fibs and promises

I literally do not see any tangible benefits. That does not make me a poor "loser" , it demonstrates that I have maintained a consistent position.

If Posh fail to get promoted (ie making me a "loser" ) , it does not mean I should start to support Coventry . I will still support Posh
There are no tangible benefits - I've asked time & time again, all over social media, and all I ever get is 'sore loser' comments.

It really is making people look very very simple.
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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by bristleposh » 13 Mar 2020, 18:11

The one and only benefit is that we will be governed by our own people and not by Johnny Foreigner. We ran an Empire and a Commonwealth and don’t need the assistance of any Europeans to tell us what to and what not to do.
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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by Gaz_Miller » 13 Mar 2020, 19:55

tangible[ tan-juh-buhl ]

adjective
capable of being touched; discernible by the touch; material or substantial.
real or actual, rather than imaginary or visionary:
the tangible benefits of sunshine.
definite; not vague or elusive:
no tangible grounds for suspicion.
(of an asset) having actual physical existence, as real estate or chattels, and therefore capable of being assigned a value in monetary terms.

noun
something tangible, especially a tangible asset.
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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by bristleposh » 13 Mar 2020, 21:45

Ok so you know the right answers, what tangible assets have we actually lost
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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by trevormans » 13 Mar 2020, 23:39

For starters and only for starters


£85 billion since the referendum

See
costofbrexit.netify.com

Apologies I dont know how to send the full link on my phone

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Re: Brexit strikes

Post by White G » 14 Mar 2020, 02:13

bristleposh wrote:
13 Mar 2020, 18:11
The one and only benefit is that we will be governed by our own people and not by Johnny Foreigner. We ran an Empire and a Commonwealth and don’t need the assistance of any Europeans to tell us what to and what not to do.
But this government and ones before us have sold much of our industry & infrastructure to foreign governments & businesses. We are not fully in control of things now any more than beforehand. No nation can manage by themselves in today's society, I'm sorry but that's just the way things are.

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