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garhkal
06-24-2016, 05:18 AM
Well, the Exit of the UK from the EU will happen.. Vote is almost done and its 52 to 48 for leave.. BUT the part that made me scratch my head, was one of politicians speaking said, it won't kick in till around 2019???

Mjölnir
06-24-2016, 10:32 AM
Well, the Exit of the UK from the EU will happen.. Vote is almost done and its 52 to 48 for leave.. BUT the part that made me scratch my head, was one of politicians speaking said, it won't kick in till around 2019???

There is a two year negotiation period to allow a phased withdrawal vice an instant pull out.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 10:34 AM
Smartest thing they could have done. Their economy hasn't been as good since they joined the EU.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 12:15 PM
There is a two year negotiation period to allow a phased withdrawal vice an instant pull out.

And now the money changers will crash the market, trigger a recession and blame it on a small country voting to take back its sovereignty from a bunch of socialist bureaucrats in far away lands

Rainmaker rates your claim: TRUE

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 12:20 PM
Smartest thing they could have done. Their economy hasn't been as good since they joined the EU.

Rainmaker don't follow British politics. But, Does this mean they can send back all the Moslem rapefugees?

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 12:58 PM
Gotta love the hypocrisy: the UK colonized half the world, yet is bitching about immigrants. One thing is for certain... Brexit definitely has some implications for how the election in the US might turn out. The US is for more conservative than the UK, so the question of Trump being elected is no longer a question of possibility, but one of probability.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 01:03 PM
Rainmaker don't follow British politics. But, Does this mean they can send back all the Moslem rapefugees?They should have far more say in how many, and which ones, they accept.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 01:05 PM
Gotta love the hypocrisy: the UK colonized half the world, yet is bitching about immigrants. Not really hypocrisy when there are several generations separating the current Brits and the colonizers.
One thing is for certain... Brexit definitely has some implications for how the election in the US might turn out. The US is for more conservative than the UK, so the question of Trump being elected is no longer a question of possibility, but one of probability.How so? Don't forget, Hillary is 100 times for conservative than England's most conservative politician.

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 01:25 PM
Not really hypocrisy when there are several generations separating the current Brits and the colonizers.

The British Empire lasted until 1997, when Hong Kong was given back to China. Zimbabwe didn't become independent from the UK until 1980. Several generations? Yeah, okay.


How so? Don't forget, Hillary is 100 times for conservative than England's most conservative politician.

Because Hillary is not the one threatening to build a wall on the border with Mexico or put a moratorium on the immigration of Muslims.

I don't think it's unrealistic to say there's a stronger anti-immigrant sentiment in the US than in the UK.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 01:42 PM
Zimbabwe didn't become independent from the UK until 1980.

Rhodesia = breadbasket of the continent of Africa
Zimbabwe= economic basket case that can't even feed themselves

Rainmaker rates your claim: TRUE

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 01:49 PM
I don't think it's unrealistic to say there's a stronger anti-immigrant sentiment in the US than in the UK.I'm gonna disagree, and that's from living in an English community for 8 years. I know what the government preaches, but the people aren't happy about any of the immigration. British are far more racist than you might think.

Have you seen the Jaguar commercial that says "Being British, we don't boast"? That's a bunch of crap, too. Very boastful, just not on an international level. Don't buy in to what the media tells you. If England could build a wall, they would.

As far as 1997 for the British Empire, I think you know that's a pretty good exaggeration. The British Empire has had zero power for 100 years anywhere other than England.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 02:14 PM
The British Empire has had zero power for 100 years anywhere other than England.

The Brits ran the world when they had the pound-sterling as the reserve currency backed by gold. On the brink of collapse in WWI (and unable to feed their army and to avoid surrender) England had to take out loans from the Jewish world Congress. In exchange for the money, the Brits had to agree to:

1. Ditch the gold standard

2. Issue the Balfour declaration to Warren Rothschild (declaring Palestine as the historical home of the Jewish People) and

3. allow them to use their lobbying influence to bring the traditionally Isolationist Americans into the war against Germany.

Britain sort of stumbled along as the de facto leaders of the "free" world for the next 30+ years until the near the end of WW2. When the $ became the world's reserve currency at Bretton woods, and the Banking cartel packed up shop and transferred their operations from London to NYC.


Rainmaker rates your claim: MOSTLY TRUE

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 02:44 PM
The best thing our leaders can take from Brexit is this: If you don't like the way the people vote, resign. It's not about the politicians, it's about the citizens. I guess the same can be said if you don't agree with SCOTUS decisions as well.

USN - Retired
06-24-2016, 02:47 PM
We should "exit" NATO and the UN.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 02:53 PM
We should "exit" NATO and the UN.

I'm with you. They serve no purpose for us. All they do is veto everything us and England want to do anyway. Let's just have our strong alliance with England and we'll be fine.

What I'm finding ironic is that England had all that hype about wanting to ban Trump, yet this vote basically say that they are on board with most of the stuff Trump is saying.

And just so you know, from speaking with my English friends who were "leavers". They are now being labeled bigots and racists for voting to leave the EU.

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 03:00 PM
I'm with you. They serve no purpose for us. All they do is veto everything us and England want to do anyway. Let's just have our strong alliance with England and we'll be fine.

From an economic perspective, this is actually going to hurt our relationship with the UK. When American companies export products to the EU, the UK is typically the entry point and everything moves from there to the rest of the EU. Even goods manufactured in the EU for American companies have bases of operations in the UK. Well, with the UK no longer being part of the EU; we can't do that anymore. We're going to have to find another country. I'm not sure if the UK is the entry point for Japanese and South Korean goods, but if it is... then they are going to have the exact same problems with the UK... would could have further economic implications for Brexit.

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 03:28 PM
Have you seen the recent articles of Brits googling "EU?" Yep, these fuckers don't even know what the EU, and they voted to leave it. And Brits say we're stupid or don't know anything about the rest of the world? Oh, man...

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 04:03 PM
Have you seen the recent articles of Brits googling "EU?" Yep, these fuckers don't even know what the EU, and they voted to leave it. And Brits say we're stupid or don't know anything about the rest of the world? Oh, man...

That's why I don't let it bother me when other countries call us out on shit. Brits are much more isolationist than we are. Think about it this way...they all live within an hour or two of at least 5 countries that speak 5 different languages, yet most of them only speak English...we get criticized for not speaking several languages and our country is bigger than the entire continent of Europe (minus Russia).

We're an easy target. Hell, talk to actual Canadians about how much they pay for their prescriptions...I promise you their medical system isn't "free" like they'd like everyone to think.

So worrying about our "image" in the world community is a waste of time.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 04:17 PM
this is actually going to hurt our relationship with the UK.


It's true that The EU has a bunch of socialistic hoops you have to jump thru in order to bring a product to market (so that the crony elite can skim money off the top). The stock market's going to correct (probably 20-30%) and cause a recession. But, the big money's already hedged against the risk.

There will be all kinds of threats & cries that The Sky is falling! The Sky is falling!.... We'll see a campaign for another referendum Titled ]"See Britain you're so stupid for voting to Leave your EU Masters".

Temporarily This situation will persist until President Trump negotiates a Bilateral Trade deal with the UK.

Rainmaker rates your claim: TRUE, BUT MISLEADING


these fuckers don't even know what the EU, and they voted to leave it. And Brits say we're stupid or don't know anything about the rest of the world? Oh, man...



While no one can understand the 22,398 EU laws currently in effect....What they can know is that jobs are being offshored and they're picking up the tab for their country being flooded with 3rd worlders that will never assimilate and hate them for being "Privileged"(Much like American's with NAFTA).

Britain's biggest trade deficit is With the EU! As the world's 5th largest economy they have all the leverage and Only the EU bureaucrats need the EU to sustain their parasitic existence. Which is why all the Socialist Establishment Politicians (like Hillary and Obama) support it.

Rainmaker rates your claim: TRUE, BUT MISLEADING

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 04:35 PM
One thing is for certain... Brexit definitely has some implications for how the election in the US might turn out. The US is for more conservative than the UK, so the question of Trump being elected is no longer a question of possibility, but one of probability.

Rejection of the Globalist order is a worldwide phenomenon.

The Don is playing the media like a fiddle. While the Hildabeast and her fanboi lackey's on CNN whine about him going to Scotland to check on his bidness in the middle of the campaign, He issues the following statement with a Castle in the Background.

"They Took Their Country Back, We Will Take America Back"- Donald J. Trump

It's Brilliant marketing.

Rainmaker rates your claim: TRUE

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 04:37 PM
Think about it this way...they all live within an hour or two of at least 5 countries that speak 5 different languages, yet most of them only speak English...we get criticized for not speaking several languages and our country is bigger than the entire continent of Europe (minus Russia).

Here's the thing: English, Spanish, and French are the world's "franca linqua" languages and, to lesser extent, you can sometimes throw in German and Portuguese.

As long as you can speak one of the first three languages - maybe even any of the five - there's really no need to learn another language. And if you are going to learn one, it should be one outside of these. That's why, in many parts of the world that have official languages outside of these, many people speak at least one of them.

You can get around the world just fine by ONLY speaking English, or ONLY Spanish, or ONLY French.

In my experience, when I was in various parts of Turkey... MOST of the people I tried to talk to spoke English. In Spain? Not the case. I had to use what I could barely remember in high school Spanish to get around. Spanish speakers, just like English speakers, don't need to learn another language.

efmbman
06-24-2016, 04:42 PM
I don't think it's unrealistic to say there's a stronger anti-immigrant sentiment in the US than in the UK.
That may be, but is that enough to tip the election in one way or the other? Yes - it is one of the issues, but other issues may sway different voters.

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 05:06 PM
LOL, there was once a joke about getting conservatives to eat yellow snow by having Obama tell Americans not to in a speech. If you didn't believe that there was any truth in that jest, here it is. Apparently, Brexit happened because Obama advised against it:

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/284790-nigel-farage-obama-helped-force-brexit

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 05:51 PM
Rainmaker can't find the post..... But, must give props to our long lost friend ACME_MAN who actually called this BREXIT result back in October when he foretold that the 'Royals' beating the ' NY Mets' in the 2015 world series had esoteric implications.

The money changers are absolutely shitting the bed right now fear mongering with predictions of doom and gloom!

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/06/24/alan-greenspan-says-british-break-from-eu-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg.html

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 06:02 PM
The money changers are absolutely shitting the bed right now fear mongering with predictions of doom and gloom!

Just the British ones. The only thing Americans ones are freaking out about is having to bail the fuck out of the UK and move their shit to another country in the EU.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 06:29 PM
Just the British ones. The only thing Americans ones are freaking out about is having to bail the fuck out of the UK and move their shit to another country in the EU.

British billionaire lives matter!

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 06:33 PM
British billionaire lives matter!

oh, shit! Have you looked the maps of how the voting went? Wales was split pretty good, but mostly for Brexit. England was almost all for Brexit, but some of the areas around London being against.

Northern Ireland and Scotland were dead set against this. To knowledge, Northern Ireland is (or at least was, I'm not sure now) pretty loyal to the UK, but with the independence movements that have been going on in Scotland for quite sometime... I'm wondering if the UK's very existence could be in trouble.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 06:41 PM
oh, shit! Have you looked the maps of how the voting went? Wales was split pretty good, but mostly for Brexit. England was almost all for Brexit, but some of the areas around London being against.

Northern Ireland and Scotland were dead set against this. To knowledge, Northern Ireland is (or at least was, I'm not sure now) pretty loyal to the UK, but with the independence movements that have been going on in Scotland for quite sometime... I'm wondering if the UK's very existence could be in trouble.
Scotland recently had a referendum on leaving the UK that narrowly failed.

Maybe our resident UK experts Sj or garkahl can weigh in. But, rainmaker'd suspect that given the historical dominance the English had over the Scots & Irish. They might like having a 3rd party in Brussels calling the shots for the UK?

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 07:31 PM
Scotland recently had a referendum on leaving the UK that narrowly failed.

Maybe our resident UK experts Sj or garkahl can weigh in. But, rainmaker'd suspect that given the historical dominance the English had over the Scots & Irish. They might like having a 3rd party in Brussels calling the shots for the UK?

I have no doubt that a Scottish referendum will pass, now. It was so close before that this is all they really needed.

It will be the end of the UK and, to be honest, the English will be just fine with that.

I'm not sure about Northern Ireland. Since they aren't part of Great Britain their stuff has always been kind of odd.

garhkal
06-24-2016, 07:41 PM
And now the money changers will crash the market, trigger a recession and blame it on a small country voting to take back its sovereignty from a bunch of socialist bureaucrats in far away lands

All markets aer taking a plunge right now. BUT since most of them rallied Earlier in the week, the loss is not as bad as it could be.. though the pound to dollar rate is the lowest it's been in 50 years according to one of the commentators.. 1.37 dollars to the pound..


They should have far more say in how many, and which ones, they accept.

Which is one of the reasons the exit was happening... TO many brits mad that the EU gets to tell us who we can accept, and if we can even kick them out..


The best thing our leaders can take from Brexit is this: If you don't like the way the people vote, resign. It's not about the politicians, it's about the citizens. I guess the same can be said if you don't agree with SCOTUS decisions as well.

That they should. BUT you just know our buttheads in congress won't.


And just so you know, from speaking with my English friends who were "leavers". They are now being labeled bigots and racists for voting to leave the EU.

Standard leftist bull.. Anyone not for a no borders one global world community MUST be bigots and racists..


oh, shit! Have you looked the maps of how the voting went? Wales was split pretty good, but mostly for Brexit. England was almost all for Brexit, but some of the areas around London being against.

Northern Ireland and Scotland were dead set against this. To knowledge, Northern Ireland is (or at least was, I'm not sure now) pretty loyal to the UK, but with the independence movements that have been going on in Scotland for quite sometime... I'm wondering if the UK's very existence could be in trouble.

Scotland imo gets MORE from being in the uK than they give.. Not sure on Ireland..

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 07:48 PM
I have no doubt that a Scottish referendum will pass, now. It was so close before that this is all they really needed.

It will be the end of the UK and, to be honest, the English will be just fine with that.

Are you sure about that? It's my understanding that Scotland's contributions to the UK's GDP are overrepresented, which is one of Scotland's major arguments for wanting independence. If this is true, then that means England would stand to lose from that move.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 07:52 PM
I have no doubt that a Scottish referendum will pass, now. It was so close before that this is all they really needed.

It will be the end of the UK and, to be honest, the English will be just fine with that.

I'm not sure about Northern Ireland. Since they aren't part of Great Britain their stuff has always been kind of odd.

That's swell sandsjames. Folks, This is just another example of how we can all learn from each other here on the Military Times Forums (Like the Commander reminded us in his stern lecture yesterday).

So, In keeping with that new found spirit of cooperation and if you wouldn't mind too much, would you be able to draw on your vast expertise, to answer just one more question?

....Following the Unprecedented Blood Moon Tetrads & In anticipation of the Super Shemitah Debt Cycle Jubilee (that's now clearly upon us) Rainmaker recently purchased a surplus MEP 12 generator for use at the Buggout location......

Q: How many gallons of Diesel fuel will be required for us to run it at 1/2 power for 1,260 days?

Thanks in advance//RM

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 08:09 PM
then that means England would stand to lose from that move.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLR190ZidBY

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 08:37 PM
So, In keeping with that new found spirit of cooperation and if you wouldn't mind too much, would you be able to draw on your vast expertise, to answer just one more question?

....Following the Unprecedented Blood Moon Tetrads & In anticipation of the Super Shemitah Debt Cycle Jubilee (that's now clearly upon us) Rainmaker recently purchased a surplus MEP 12 generator for use at the Buggout location......

Q: How many gallons of Diesel fuel will be required for us to run it at 1/2 power for 1,260 days?

Thanks in advance//RMWell, it burns 55 gallons per hour at full load (750kw) half would be 27.5 per hour. 27.5 x 24 = 660 x 1260 = 831,600 gallons. To be on the safe side I'd go ahead and plan for 850,000.

That's if I was planning for half, though. I'm required to always plan for full, no matter what, so double that number.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 08:44 PM
Well, it burns 55 gallons per hour at full load (750kw) half would be 27.5 per hour. 27.5 x 24 = 660 x 1260 = 831,600 gallons. To be on the safe side I'd go ahead and plan for 850,000.

That's if I was planning for half, though. I'm required to always plan for full, no matter what, so double that number.

People with true skills aren't dependent upon external forces like market volatility. When the day traders wives are selling their panties at the flea market to get bread. You might be ok.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 08:52 PM
People with true skills aren't dependent upon external forces like market volatility. When the day traders wives are selling their panties at the flea market to get bread. You might be ok.What?......

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 09:24 PM
Latest and greatest is that Dow dropped more than 600 points because of Brexit. The UK just fucked us all.

sandsjames
06-24-2016, 10:01 PM
Latest and greatest is that Dow dropped more than 600 points because of Brexit. The UK just fucked us all.

The sky isn't falling Rusty...we'll be just fine.

And why should they worry about us? The whole point of them doing this was to start worrying about themselves. I like it.

Hell, your party has been the one talking about how we need to be just like the UK with everything we do so I'm surprised you aren't backing this.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 10:06 PM
Latest and greatest is that Dow dropped more than 600 points because of Brexit. The UK just fucked us all.

See post #4 of this thread.

The stock markets are completely manipulated by the central banksters and have nothing at all to do with economic fundamentals.

Brexit is the cover story for the planned unwinding.

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 10:13 PM
The sky isn't falling Rusty...we'll be just fine.

And why should they worry about us? The whole point of them doing this was to start worrying about themselves. I like it.

Hell, your party has been the one talking about how we need to be just like the UK with everything we do so I'm surprised you aren't backing this.

Ahem, Scandinavia. And even if it was the UK, it would've been said before Brexit happened.

Rainmaker
06-24-2016, 10:19 PM
What?......

Nevermind. It's Friday. Rainmaker's goin to have another Long Island Ice Tea!

Rusty Jones
06-24-2016, 10:46 PM
Maybe after Scotland and Northern Ireland leave, the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland" will be forced to change their name to "Formerly United Kingdom of England and Wales," and the abbreviation will be FUKEW.

sandsjames
06-25-2016, 12:27 AM
Ahem, Scandinavia. And even if it was the UK, it would've been said before Brexit happened.

You seem pretty upset by this whole thing. I'm not sure why.

garhkal
06-25-2016, 05:51 AM
Latest and greatest is that Dow dropped more than 600 points because of Brexit. The UK just fucked us all.
The sky isn't falling Rusty...we'll be just fine.

And why should they worry about us? The whole point of them doing this was to start worrying about themselves. I like it.

Hell, your party has been the one talking about how we need to be just like the UK with everything we do so I'm surprised you aren't backing this.

And since iirc they went UP 4-500 the days BEFORE the exit cause all the polsters were saying "naa, ain't gonna happen" that 600 point drop is NOT that big of a drop after the 'raise up' before is taken off..

damnboy
06-25-2016, 06:49 AM
that's Smartest thing they could have done
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Rusty Jones
06-25-2016, 09:11 PM
Yeah, so smart, they didn't know what they were voting for.

Now that they realize after the fact, they petitioned Parliament for a do-over.

sandsjames
06-26-2016, 01:09 AM
Yeah, so smart, they didn't know what they were voting for.

Now that they realize after the fact, they petitioned Parliament for a do-over.

Some did, most did not. Many voted for leaving in order to send a message, assuming it wouldn't pass, but it did. And now they get to deal with it. As I said, I think it will be a very good thing for England and I'm still trying to figure out why you are freaking out so much about this.

What it's proving is that people are growing tired of the forced "diversification" of society. I think that Boris and The Donald are going to make quite the double-act.

Mjölnir
06-27-2016, 01:10 PM
Between Fri and this morning, now is the time to invest in some sections of the market ... if you are able.

Rainmaker
06-27-2016, 08:38 PM
I think it will be a very good thing for England and I'm still trying to figure out why you are freaking out so much about this.
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What is there to figure out? Rusty is self-avowed socialist and socialists always favor distant elite rule and centralized government. The idea being that the common fools are not capable of making important decisions for themselves, and the power needs to be in the hands of faceless bureaucrats, who will make sure that everything is redistributed under the guise of "fairness"

“The most puzzling development in politics during the last decade is the apparent determination of Western European leaders to re-create the Soviet Union in Western Europe.” ― Mikhail Gorbachev

ACME_MAN
08-17-2016, 09:49 PM
Rainmaker can't find the post..... But, must give props to our long lost friend ACME_MAN who actually called this BREXIT result back in October when he foretold that the 'Royals' beating the ' NY Mets' in the 2015 world series had esoteric implications.

The money changers are absolutely shitting the bed right now fear mongering with predictions of doom and gloom!

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/06/24/alan-greenspan-says-british-break-from-eu-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg.html

ACME_MAN LIVES!! Just returned. Thanks for the kudo, Rainmaker. : )

Rainmaker
08-18-2016, 07:39 PM
ACME_MAN LIVES!! Just returned. Thanks for the kudo, Rainmaker. : )

Welcome back. Rainmaker's standing by for your next clairvoyant prediction!

Rainmaker
08-22-2016, 02:43 PM
Brexit Armageddon was a terrifying vision – but it simply hasn’t happened

"Project Fear predicted economic meltdown if Britain voted leave, so where are the devastated high streets, job losses and crashing markets?

Unemployment would rocket. Tumbleweed would billow through deserted high streets. Share prices would crash. The government would struggle to find buyers for UK bonds. Financial markets would be in meltdown. Britain would be plunged instantly into another deep recession.

Remember all that?"

But it is obvious that the sky has not fallen in as a result of the referendum, and those who said it would look a bit silly.


https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/aug/20/brexit-eu-referendum-economy-project-fear?CMP=share_btn_tw

MikeKerriii
08-22-2016, 05:15 PM
Brexit Armageddon was a terrifying vision – but it simply hasn’t happened

"Project Fear predicted economic meltdown if Britain voted leave, so where are the devastated high streets, job losses and crashing markets?

Unemployment would rocket. Tumbleweed would billow through deserted high streets. Share prices would crash. The government would struggle to find buyers for UK bonds. Financial markets would be in meltdown. Britain would be plunged instantly into another deep recession.

Remember all that?"

But it is obvious that the sky has not fallen in as a result of the referendum, and those who said it would look a bit silly.


https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/aug/20/brexit-eu-referendum-economy-project-fear?CMP=share_btn_tw

Since nothing has been done to implement BREXIT saying that is has done no harm yet is a case of "duh" at best. They have not even started negotiations or formally told the EU they are leaving.

When they separate or even take the first steps toseparate then we will see what happens

Mjölnir
08-22-2016, 05:51 PM
Since nothing has been done to implement BREXIT saying that is has done no harm yet is a case of "duh" at best. They have not even started negotiations or formally told the EU they are leaving.

When they separate or even take the first steps toseparate then we will see what happens

Done no harm? I think it has done some good. The funds I bought into the day after the vote have profited very well ...

Nothing going on but the rent.

sandsjames
08-22-2016, 06:25 PM
Since nothing has been done to implement BREXIT saying that is has done no harm yet is a case of "duh" at best. They have not even started negotiations or formally told the EU they are leaving.

When they separate or even take the first steps toseparate then we will see what happens

The sky is falling, the sky is falling!!!"

giggawatt
09-21-2016, 02:19 PM
This whole Brexit thing was funny to watch from over here. They stay voters lost their shit and had a meltdown and threw a temper tantrum even going so far as asking for a do over. On the other side, it came out that a lot of exit voters simply didn't know what they were voting for or the implications.

The doom and gloom was certainly to be expected. Brexit may, however, just make English football great again.