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  Grin
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00:26 19.06.2019
Is it just me of the forum is barely working atm?
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  Redhead
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00:28 19.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> meat?
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Bingo, and you ARE smart and CAN think «out of the box» after all. Well done.
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  Grin
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Btw, what do you think is it okay for Ukrainian president to say «Ukrainian women are our tourist brand»?



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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Bingo, and you ARE smart and CAN think «out of the box» after all. Well done.
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As for me the second riddle was much easier)
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00:34 19.06.2019
Thank you for the riddles. It was really fun.
I got to go now. Have a lovely evening
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00:36 19.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Is it just me of the forum is barely working atm?
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The service on the forum is disgusting, takes ages to load, to post one poxy answer — it is quite dreadful, it isn't just you, it is the same here in London, England. Bad.

Anyways, I am off now — not running tomoz (tomoraa) — a break for one day from the usual morning runs with my running junkie friends, this is a very nice and very English song that I love to bits

Simon & Garfunkel — Scarborough Fair (Full Version) Lyrics
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09:06 19.06.2019
There was this huge debate yesterday on BBC re the Conservative leadership hustings. And there was another MP vote just prior to that — Esther McVeigh is out, Matt Hancock is out, Dominic Raab is out, Andrea Leadsom is out — but all their teams and themselves are throwing their support behind Boris. Cause it is BBC, the debate is not available on YouTube, just some of it here

Candidates get heated during Conservative leadership debate

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09:21 19.06.2019
Another development

Nigel Farage: Brexit Party pact with Boris would deliver 'massive majority' on no-deal election ticket

The Brexit Party could form an election pact with Boris Johnson aimed at delivering a «massive» Commons majority for a clean exit from the EU, Nigel Farage has signalled.
The former Ukip leader said if Mr Johnson became Prime Minister and had the «guts» to fight an election on a no-deal ticket, then there «is a deal that could be done» with his burgeoning party.
Mr Farage’s comments on Tuesday night, at Nigel Farage On Brexit: Live, an event hosted by The Telegraph, represented a boost for Mr Johnson, the front-runner to succeed Theresa May, after the MEP previously dismissed calls for his candidates to stand aside for Tory MPs committed to Brexit.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/06/18/...

P. S. I think ultimately, we will end up with the General election, cause the Parliament as is — ain't gonna allow any Brexiteer to push their agenda through. And it looks like the next PM will be a hard Brexiteer.
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09:35 19.06.2019
By the way, you know — in Switzerland — they want to end the EU free movement of immigration as well and Brussels is having a go at them to teach a lesson to Brexit Britain. Switzerland's financial operations are tiny — compared to the UK

EU prepares to cut off Swiss stock exchanges in warning to Brexit Britain

Brussels is increasingly likely to cut off Swiss stock exchanges from the EU's single market to send a «warning shot» to Bern but also to Brexit Britain.
Internal documents revealed that the European Commission is prepared to take a hard line with Switzerland to send a «crystal-clear» message to Britain that the EU is not prepared to compromise on its single market rules.
«We simply cannot accept further attempts at foot-dragging and watering down internal market rules, especially in what is probably the decisive phase regarding Brexit,» a document presented to today’s weekly meeting of all 28 EU commissioners read.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/06/18/...

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I think a lot of people are going to see the ugly side of the dictatorial EU now
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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> There was this huge debate yesterday on BBC re the Conservative leadership hustings. And there was another MP vote just prior to that — Esther McVeigh is out, Matt Hancock is out, Dominic Raab is out, Andrea Leadsom is out — but all their teams and themselves are throwing their support behind Boris. Cause it is BBC, the debate is not available on YouTube, just some of it here
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Thanks, I'll watch it in the evening
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Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> P. S. I think ultimately, we will end up with the General election, cause the Parliament as is — ain't gonna allow any Brexiteer to push their agenda through. And it looks like the next PM will be a hard Brexiteer.
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Is there any chance that Corbyn will be your next PM?)

Btw, have you seen Merkel trembling? I think she has some serious issues with her health. May be it's better for her to resign.
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21:26 19.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Thanks, I'll watch it in the evening
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I didn't watch it to be honest, but there is a lot of scandal about it today. Re the behaviour of the BBC. Basically, the questions put forward to the Tory leadership hopefuls were mainly from one anti-Semitic Imam (head of some Muslim church), claiming that Boris is Islamophobic and some coloured hard core Labour supporter. The presenter also hounded him like a dog with a bone. There wasn't one Tory supporter invited. People said it was disgusting.


BBC debate descends into shambles over 'anti-Semitic' Imam and Labour staffer who grilled Tory hopefuls https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/06/19/...


Today was the third round — Rory Stewart is out now — he was the only Remainer there and he wanted to make a pact with Michael Gove to «stop Boris» — cause Boris said we would be out — deal or no deal, Gove is a bit like May — wants a deal, even if it is shitty.
143 Tory MPs voted for Johnson today and 54 for Hunt and 51 for Gove. So — he has quite an impressive lead.
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21:27 19.06.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Is there any chance that Corbyn will be your next PM?)
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I hope not. He would be a dreadful PM, total disaster for the country. I bet you would love him though, he is quite pro Russian.
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21:29 19.06.2019
I am coming down with a flu or a cold, my throat hurts so much, I feel dreadful. Have a very important meeting at work tomorrow, I wish I could take a day off.
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Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Btw, what do you think is it okay for Ukrainian president to say «Ukrainian women are our tourist brand»?
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It is a bit cheap to be honest, tawdry.
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