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16:03 27.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> P. S. Something strange is happening, my flag disappeared, even though I didn't change anything in my profile — still Automatic flag display. How weird.
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It didn't, nothing really changes

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> Got to go now for my appointment, speak later.
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20:40 27.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Here they call them Russian wedding bands. I once asked a jeweller «Why do you call these rings Russian wedding bands? Wedding bands in Russia are simple yellow or white gold or platinum bands, just like here.» He said «I have no idea love, this is what they are called».
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I just remembered Helene Fischer

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23:40 27.03.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> It didn't, nothing really changes
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I know, but none of my posts on the previous page have a flag, honestly.


Actually - the flag just reappeared, but this particular post doesn't have a flag. I think it is some sort of bug on the forum. Immi and Aska can see my flag as well.
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23:48 27.03.2019
It disappeared again, look



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23:59 27.03.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
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> https://twitter.com/kompolk/status/1110213693487...
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> Well, at least she was honest
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You shouldn't be so happy about having a weak opposition.

Here in the UK it is bad as well at the moment. Because May's deal was rejected, the Remain Parliament is trying to seize control of Brexit and to stop it and push for the second Referendum. Jacob Rees Mogg, Johnson, etc. — hardline Brexiteers now said they would vote for her deal, otherwise Brexit will be lost altogether. However, in return they want her to resign and be removed from the next stage of the negotiations with the EU. The WA (withdrawal agreement) is nothing but the very beginning, they are hoping to renegotiate, but at the moment for them it is about just saving Brexit. And May agreed to resign. Look https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/03/27/...
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00:34 28.03.2019
P. S. The hardcore Tory voters are very pissed off with this turn of events — both with the Parliament seizing control of Brexit and the fact that Rees Mogg and Johnson are buckling under pressure and want to vote for May's deal now to save Brexit in principle. DUP (Irish Unionists) said they wouldn't vote for it unless the backstop arrangements are changed. But they might abstain. Anyways, the Telegraph is full of hateful messages from the Tory voters — like this

Roland Bonlett 27 Mar 2019 9:26PM


I wouldn't urinate on the Conservative party if it were on fire at this point. A pox on the lot. I desire their utter obliteration.
I hate them even more than I hate Labour now, and believe me that's quite an achievement. In fact I think this country actually deserves Labour more than ever. Nothing to the left of Pinochet will ever get my vote again.
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10:08 28.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> You shouldn't be so happy about having a weak opposition
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I"m not happy, but it's funny they openly admit that people see them as freaks. At least she looks like a decent human being.

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> It disappeared again, look
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Other people see it


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10:12 28.03.2019
Woke up this morning — it all changed again. Duncan Smith, Mogg and Johnson changed their minds again and will not support May's deal, cause DUP are not going to abstain, but vote against it, so there are not enough votes for it to go through anyway. But they feel quite pleased with themselves and smug — as they managed to plunge the knife into May's back — she announced her resignation last night.

The Parliament which is supposed to have seized control of Brexit — is also dysfunctional. Yesterday — 8 indicative votes were held — including revoking Article 50, second referendum, Norway style deal (that is not good, cause they have the freedom of movement, part of the Customs Union, they pay fees to the EU, but have no say in how it is run, it is worse than the deal we have with the EU at the moment), no deal, etc. — there was no majority on any of the outcomes. All 8 indicative votes were No — s, everything rejected.

The EU gave the UK till 12th of April to determine the intentions and what direction we want to take. And we are still in limbo. I think that the Brexiteers are trying to run down the clock and get us to crash out with the No deal.
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10:17 28.03.2019
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> I wouldn't urinate on the Conservative party if it were on fire at this point. A pox on the lot. I desire their utter obliteration.
> I hate them even more than I hate Labour now, and believe me that's quite an achievement. In fact I think this country actually deserves Labour more than ever. Nothing to the left of Pinochet will ever get my vote again.
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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Woke up this morning — it all changed again. Duncan Smith, Mogg and Johnson changed their minds again and will not support May's deal, cause DUP are not going to abstain, but vote against it, so there are not enough votes for it to go through anyway. But they feel quite pleased with themselves and smug — as they managed to plunge the knife into May's back — she announced her resignation last night.
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So this is this what this guy is talking about?
https://twitter.com/archiebland/status/111098835...
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10:26 28.03.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> So this is this what this guy is talking about?https://twitter.com/archiebland/st atus/111098835...
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I got to run now mate — I mean — have to go, I can't open your twitter link and the forum is so slow and the flag ain't here again. My husband says it is all a disgusting circus, the businesses need clarity and these clowns make it impossible for everyone else and we are a laughing stock for the whole world. He also seems to think that Mogg earned millions out of Brexit and is far from an innocent lamb. There are rumours in the City about Mogg right now, which are a bit iffy. I don't understand anything anymore to be honest. Got to go, have a lovely day).
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10:27 28.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> got to run now mate — I mean — have to go
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Have a nice day
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01:28 29.03.2019
Grin (25771),

Thank you — I had a fantastic day, both at work and at home, life is great.

Tomorrow or next week they are going to vote for May's deal again, but only the part of it that doesn't involve the backstop. It is getting grotesque now, cause it is like — the British Parliament is doing one thing, the EU is doing another. But as they say here — hope springs eternal. On a serious note, there must be some resolution to this Brexit crisis - one way or another.
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09:40 29.03.2019
Grin (25771),

Look, a very funny picture by Banksy related to Brexit — they put it out in the British Museum. He is so spot on — the picture is called «Devolved parliament». Devolved means — it is on its own, separate from the Government, but it can also mean «going backwards» (as opposed to "evolved", "evolution" - play on words, and as they are all fighting amongst each other over Brexit (each with their own agenda like chimpanzees) and can't come up with any solution -it is quite funny cause he portrays them as chimpanzees (going backwards). Banksy is a brilliant artist,



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10:32 29.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Look, a very funny picture by Banksy
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10:34 29.03.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Devolved means — it is on its own, separate from the Government, but it can also mean «going backwards» (as opposed to «evolved», «evolution» — play on words, and as they are all fighting amongst each other over Brexit (each with their own agenda like chimpanzees) and can't come up with any solution -it is quite funny cause he portrays them as chimpanzees (going backwards
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I heard Mays is going to resign. Who will become her successor — Rees Mogg or Tory will have to «step down»?
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