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# 166 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 03:33
 
 
Well, well, well. Look whats happening.
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# 167 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 04:26
 
 
Fucking dopes.
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# 168 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 04:27
 
 
Someone said :
I think Shaggy's comment about bottle was completely right. Better the devil you know.

Why did I say this?
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# 169 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 04:34
 
 
Pretend you were on the bottle last night.

Someone said :
If I've paid any attention? Yes, I've followed it pretty closely since it was a Conservative party election promise. The Leave needed to build a strong momentum and at least get 10% ahead of Remain in the polls for Brexit to happen. It hasn't happened and thus Brexit isn't going to happen.

Meanwhile, I'm looking forward to the reply of the above astute political observer who rubbished my post predicting for leave yesterday.
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# 170 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 04:53
 
 
Given that we are facing into the second recession a generation you maybe shouldn't gloat.
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# 171 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 05:18
 
 
A paradigm shift.. Will there be another one before the End..??
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# 172 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 05:26
 
 
Mixed emotions.. Not sure if I'm happy or sad about it.. time will tell.. We wake up to a very different Europe tomorrow..
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# 173 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 05:31
 
 
Someone said :
Given that we are facing into the second recession a generation you maybe shouldn't gloat.

I think im allowed just in relation to my personal prediction.

But on a serious note, yes surely difficult and unknown times lie ahead, to what degree its hard to say.
As weve seen tonight though, beware of the soothsayers. Vast majority of predictions were wrong. A political and professional class so out of touch and mistrusted by those they govern.
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# 174 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 05:36
 
 
Someone said :

I think im allowed just in relation to my personal prediction.

But on a serious note, yes surely difficult and unknown times lie ahead, to what degree its hard to say.
As weve seen tonight though, beware of the soothsayers. Vast majority of predictions were wrong. A political and professional class so out of touch and mistrusted by those they govern.

You remind me of the Fool from Robin Hobb's Farseer trilogy..
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# 175 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 05:55
 
 
Oh my nerrrrrrrrrves
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# 176 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 06:02
 
 
Oh

The £ and to a certain degree the € has gone mental.

Last night €1=£0.76 it's not €1=£0.83

£ and € have fallen big against US and Aus $
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# 177 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 06:35
 
 
President Trump next then
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# 178 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 07:02
 
 
Final result

51.9% vote leave

72.2% turnout
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# 179 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 07:22
 
 
UK Kip. Frog face farrage's fear mongering fools foolish folk, good luck with that.
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# 180 : Friday 24-6-2016 @ 07:27
 
 
Someone said :
UK Kip. Frog face farrage's fear mongering fools foolish folk, good luck with that.

Farage admitted lying about the 350m that could be going to the NHS
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