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  1. In Topic: The USA politics thread -

    Yesterday, 11:47 PM

     Primateus, on 17 January 2019 - 09:24 PM, said:

    Is...is that really his signature? I mean, really?

    I've seen a lot of bad signatures, but this one? it's just doodles. Sure, lots of signatures are just doodles, but at least they look like something.



    It's like a twelve year old trying to draw a black metal logo.
  2. In Topic: Cause - The Malazan Yank visits London?

    Yesterday, 11:44 PM

    He's not that tall anyway. Mainly bell shaped, and Ben isnt even his real name.
  3. In Topic: Brexit or bremain

    Yesterday, 01:01 PM

    What baffles me still is that so many Labour MPs, including their bloody leader, are still in favour of Brexit. Surely, if you see the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Reese-Mogg supporting it, you *know* it has to be a terrible idea for 95% of the country bar a few rich folk? It is painfully stupid.
  4. In Topic: Cause - The Malazan Yank visits London?

    16 January 2019 - 02:23 PM

    View PostCause, on 16 January 2019 - 01:43 PM, said:

    I want a Guinness! The bubbles sink! Its magic. Okay its just physics. Its physics magic. Ill probably hate the taste.

    You think you know rampant poverty? You merely adopted it. I was born into it, molded by it. I didn't know it was possible to stop at a traffic light without a beggar until I was already a man in the united states. (This meme kind of doesn't work here).

    So come on. What does on do in London. Good restaurants? Where does one Chav watch? Fish and chips?



    Seriously. Do not have a Guinness in London. Guinness should only be consumed in Ireland or in the north of the UK. It genuinely tastes much worse down south than it is supposed to. I suspect it is due to Guinness licensing different breweries to produce it and whomever does it in the south makes it taste bad.

    What do you hope to get out of London? The standard sight seeing or the more niche stuff? It very much depends on what you are into. I always love visiting Camden Town. It is very 'alternative', lots of street markets, music, etc. But if you want something more standard then you can just go for a walk along the Thames, visiting Westminster and Buckingham Palace, and have a stroll through one of the many parks (Hyde, Regent, etc).

    Then there are tons of museums. The beauty is that all museums in the UK are completely free of charge (although most art galleries do charge an entry fee). The standard choice is the British Museum, but if you want something more eclectic I can strongly recommend the Science Museum and the National History museum. These two museums are located next door to each other and you can easily spend a full day visiting the two of them. I can strongly recommend those if that is your thing.


  5. In Topic: Brexit or bremain

    16 January 2019 - 02:12 PM

    View PostCause, on 16 January 2019 - 01:44 PM, said:

    This is embarrassing.

    Is there even a remote chance that the UK will just cancel brexit? Surely the news agencies are doing polls about the peoples wishes?


    Just straight out cancelling it seems unlikely. I don't think any politician in Westminster has the balls to do that. They have been shouting so long now that the vote of the people matters, that the backlash would be huge. The 'chicken' way out would be to have a 2nd referendum and then use that as a justification to cancel Brexit if people massively vote in favour of remain. But as RBB rightly says, I suspect that it might end up even more in favour of leave now. If only because people are fed up and just want the politicians to stop politicking and actually get their heads screwed on. And even if it would be a remain victory, you'd then have the Brexiters crying that it now is 1-1 and we should have a 3rd referendum to decide which of the two referenda was the accurate one. It is a downward spiral. That chapter is closed.


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