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 91 
 on: Today at 01:22:56 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by kukushkin88


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

wat?

It was in her manifesto, The UK as a whole voted to exit, Scotland didn't, where is the "haze of confusion"?



Lol wat? There wasn't a question about 'Scotland' in this referendum.

In fact if we analyse the data regarding the UK question put to the UK people we find there were MORE Scottish people who voted OUT or didn't vote at all than those who voted remain.

Yet in this new democracy that translates to Scotland voted to remain...even though that wasn't the question...and 33% chose not to answer the actual question. But meh let's just say Scotland voted to remain in the UK as an independent country. Democracy has been rinsed throughout this campaign and even more so now the result is in.

I know you are prob just trolling as usual but I'll say it again:

In the Scottish elections in May, the SNP said in their manifesto that if Scotland significantly voted to stay in the EU and the rUK voted out, they would ask for a second independence referendum.  I really don't see what you don't understand - she has to stand by the manifesto and has absolutely no choice other than raise the issue of another referendum.



Debating with Mantis Is a tough gig. He's the ultimate sophist, it all sounds good but never adds up. This is the man who used to try and teach Flushy how to play poker on PHA.

 92 
 on: Today at 01:21:08 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Doobs


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

wat?

It was in her manifesto, The UK as a whole voted to exit, Scotland didn't, where is the "haze of confusion"?



Lol wat? There wasn't a question about 'Scotland' in this referendum.

In fact if we analyse the data regarding the UK question put to the UK people we find there were MORE Scottish people who voted OUT or didn't vote at all than those who voted remain.

Yet in this new democracy that translates to Scotland voted to remain...even though that wasn't the question...and 33% chose not to answer the actual question. But meh let's just say Scotland voted to remain in the EU as an independent country. Democracy has been rinsed throughout this campaign and even more so now the result is in.

And where is the consistency between wanting to leave the UK, but not wanting to leave the EU?  I can understand those who want to do both, even if I think they are wrong, and I can understand those who want to be part of both.  

This is clearly just political opportunism for her party's own self interest.   At least poker broker is consistent in wanting to leave both. 

 93 
 on: Today at 01:17:52 PM 
Started by MereNovice - Last post by TightEnd
i see entries have to be posted on the thread, one entry max per category

wimbledon comp

mens

murray £15 e/w

womens

Keys £15 e/w

womens quarters

Q3 Keys to win £20

Q2 Bencic to win £10

mens quarters

Q3 Thiem to win £10


 94 
 on: Today at 01:14:16 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by doubleup


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

wat?

It was in her manifesto, The UK as a whole voted to exit, Scotland didn't, where is the "haze of confusion"?



Lol wat? There wasn't a question about 'Scotland' in this referendum.

In fact if we analyse the data regarding the UK question put to the UK people we find there were MORE Scottish people who voted OUT or didn't vote at all than those who voted remain.

Yet in this new democracy that translates to Scotland voted to remain...even though that wasn't the question...and 33% chose not to answer the actual question. But meh let's just say Scotland voted to remain in the UK as an independent country. Democracy has been rinsed throughout this campaign and even more so now the result is in.

I know you are prob just trolling as usual but I'll say it again:

In the Scottish elections in May, the SNP said in their manifesto that if Scotland significantly voted to stay in the EU and the rUK voted out, they would ask for a second independence referendum.  I really don't see what you don't understand - she has to stand by the manifesto and has absolutely no choice other than raise the issue of another referendum.


 95 
 on: Today at 01:13:56 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by TightEnd
i was heavily restricted anyway, tried for the lot

Under 3.5 Anthony Joshua v Dominic Breazeale Total Rounds
4/9
Total Stake: £56.25
Potential Returns: £81.25


http://www.oddschecker.com/boxing/anthony-joshua-v-dominic-breazeale/total-rounds is the link


Is 5625 really what you can get on with a clean account?  If we have embraced now moved from 10% to 1%, we may as well just empty the account. 



i asked for £400, got given £56.25

for ladbrokes, corals etc we are clean on major markets, 12X, outrights ante-post etc.

go to sub markets on nfl eg over/under passing yards, boxing rounds, top cricket scorer, first try scorer etc and we are 10% ish

totally clean accounts we have are very few. betvictor, william hill the two big ones that we would struggle to function without

 96 
 on: Today at 01:06:04 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by MANTIS01


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

wat?

It was in her manifesto, The UK as a whole voted to exit, Scotland didn't, where is the "haze of confusion"?



Lol wat? There wasn't a question about 'Scotland' in this referendum.

In fact if we analyse the data regarding the UK question put to the UK people we find there were MORE Scottish people who voted OUT or didn't vote at all than those who voted remain.

Yet in this new democracy that translates to Scotland voted to remain...even though that wasn't the question...and 33% chose not to answer the actual question. But meh let's just say Scotland voted to remain in the EU as an independent country. Democracy has been rinsed throughout this campaign and even more so now the result is in.

 97 
 on: Today at 12:47:51 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Doobs
i was heavily restricted anyway, tried for the lot

Under 3.5 Anthony Joshua v Dominic Breazeale Total Rounds
4/9
Total Stake: £56.25
Potential Returns: £81.25


http://www.oddschecker.com/boxing/anthony-joshua-v-dominic-breazeale/total-rounds is the link


Is 5625 really what you can get on with a clean account?  If we have embraced now moved from 10% to 1%, we may as well just empty the account. 


 98 
 on: Today at 12:45:23 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Doobs
this thing has over 1m signatories already

don't really agree with it, accept the result, moan a bit/a lot if necessary and then crack on

but here it is

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36629324

I have already replied on Facebook to this invite.

Not only is changing the rules of a democratic vote after it has happened an absolutely ludicrous idea, it sets a dangerous precedent for our futures. 

President Boris doesn't like the fact we have eventually seen through his cartoon exterior and seen the inner slime ball, but every time we vote him out, he changes the threshold.   1 million people would seemingly think this is a desirable scenario.

 99 
 on: Today at 12:40:13 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by booder
the top 40 of 400 who entered Event #42: $3000 Shootout No-Limit Hold'em won their tables to advance to day 2

Rhy Jones
Phillip McAllister
Stephen Chidwick
Daniel Merrilees

appear to be the four UK players still standing, better than they've ever been, true survivors and no doubt feeling like little kids


 Grin

 100 
 on: Today at 12:29:33 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by doubleup
The people voted out but the political establishment and EU want us in so they will be looking at options to keep us in?



The EU want us out as quickly as possible, the Tory careerists who never thought brexit would win are the ones trying to look for a way out of the mess.

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