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#120484 to #120482 - akkere
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(1 hour ago) [-]
A company that unapologetically went home-to-home in areas the Pipeline would've been set-up to offer the residents a pittance on their houses and properties - believing they'd have eminent domain to back them up no matter what - has the gall to demand money in lost profit. Absolutely disgraceful.
#120467 - lotengo
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(8 hours ago) [-]
I made a lot of political comps in the last few months, some over 1000 thumbs, some barely got +200. my mentionlists keep growing slowely over time.
I often wonder, have I actually influenced the opinion on islam, Trump or Brexit of people?
Probably not a whole lot but surely a few. I hope

Tell me, has your opinion on a political matter ever changed after you saw something online, or debated a person online?
#120479 to #120467 - canyou
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(4 hours ago) [-]
Idk, I felt like your comps towards Islam were fair and balanced tbqhwu
#120471 to #120467 - thumbfortrump
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(7 hours ago) [-]
Definitely.
#120475 to #120471 - thumbfortrump
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(7 hours ago) [-]
To the first, not the latter.
#120470 to #120467 - pebar
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(8 hours ago) [-]
I'm a lot more critical of Islam than I used to be

you really had nothing to do with it though
#120454 - canyou
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(12 hours ago) [-]
What would be the results of a Brexit revote?
#120477 to #120454 - thumbfortrump
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(7 hours ago) [-]
Not much would change tbh.
#120460 to #120454 - kanadetenshi
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(11 hours ago) [-]
Britain will probably immediately start negotiating new trade deals and probably follow a Norwegian model. Things will be a bit shaky in the short term but will adjust pretty quickly. Immigration would probably follow more of an Australian style points system, we'll probably see more deregulation and decentralization as well.

What's more interesting is how this will change the European landscape, Scotland leaving is the UK seems very likely but them joining the EU not so much, a united Ireland seems very unlikely, some countries with support from Anti-EU parties like Netherlands, France, and Italy have a shot at getting their own referendum.
#120478 to #120460 - whatley ONLINE
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(6 hours ago) [-]
People will not go for a Norwegian model, it's more likely we'll trade under the WTO and stay out of the single market.
#120473 to #120460 - thumbfortrump
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(7 hours ago) [-]
Scotland joining the EU is extremely likely.
#120480 to #120473 - kanadetenshi
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(4 hours ago) [-]
Multiple countries such as Spain and Belgium already said they'd veto them.
#120462 to #120460 - canyou
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(11 hours ago) [-]
I mean I agree with you and I'm also excited, but people are really pushing his #Bregret thing, saying that there should be a revote cause nobody realized the immediate changes and blah blah blah. Anyways, they're trying to scare people into a revote.
#120466 to #120462 - kanadetenshi
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(9 hours ago) [-]
It's not called Project Fear for nothing.
#120458 to #120454 - sixmillionjuice
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(12 hours ago) [-]
Jo Cox times half the population of Britain.
#120457 to #120454 - anon
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(12 hours ago) [-]
most probably remain. enough people have been spooked by the temporary drop in the economy for it to go back.
#120447 - kanadetenshi
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(14 hours ago) [-]
What if nobody is listening to John Oliver anymore because it's no longer 2015?
#120481 to #120447 - anon
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(3 hours ago) [-]
Taking John Oliver seriously disqualifies you of having a legitimate opinion.
#120459 to #120447 - anon
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(12 hours ago) [-]
what year is it?
#120456 to #120447 - garymotherfingoak
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(12 hours ago) [-]
But it's still the current year
#120442 - canyou
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(15 hours ago) [-]
#120463 to #120439 - squalllionhart
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(9 hours ago) [-]
What a pervert
#120429 - sixmillionjuice
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(16 hours ago) [-]
And Every Single One Was Someone
and this is actually a real thing.
www.amazon.com/Every-Single-One-Was-Someone/dp/965
#120468 to #120429 - lotengo
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(8 hours ago) [-]
Its like only Jews died in the second world war
#120461 to #120429 - feelythefeel
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(11 hours ago) [-]
Of course it's the Jews making money from copy+paste x 6 gorillion.
#120440 to #120429 - joshlol
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(16 hours ago) [-]
lmao
#120424 - alimais
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(17 hours ago) [-]
Now that Cameron resigned
#120448 to #120424 - lotengo
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(14 hours ago) [-]
I hereby endorce Assad, praise Trump, Geert, Kek, Putin and Ba'al
#120404 - youregaylol
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(20 hours ago) [-]
#120446 to #120404 - kanadetenshi
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(14 hours ago) [-]
Of course some kid named Mudkipfucker has far more insight on socio-political issues than older people with far more experience and who have gone through much more issues regarding finances.
#120464 to #120446 - mudkipfucker
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(9 hours ago) [-]
and of course, every old person has a full knowledge of the economic situation and totally didnt vote out because they hate people with weird accents
no way
that would be silly
#120465 to #120464 - kanadetenshi
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(9 hours ago) [-]
Le xenophobic old people are evil, pls subsidize muh liberal arts degree so I can shitpost on Funnyjunk.
#120421 to #120404 - joshlol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
#120422 to #120421 - youregaylol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
1. age of consent laws
2. diet coke
3. those who oppose black on white male rape
4. youregaylol
5. god
#120423 to #120422 - joshlol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
what
#120425 to #120423 - youregaylol
Reply 0
(17 hours ago) [-]
Is god before me on the shitlist

i imagine he'd be behind diet coke no matter what
#120426 to #120425 - joshlol
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(16 hours ago) [-]
god isn't on the shitlist
#120427 to #120426 - youregaylol
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(16 hours ago) [-]
after everything you've obviously been through i figured he'd be a shoe in
#120417 to #120404 - joshlol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
why have you made a script / stylebot to colour names red?
#120430 to #120417 - mudkipfucker
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(16 hours ago) [-]
>>#120419, isnt that my profile?
#120432 to #120430 - youregaylol
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(16 hours ago) [-]
no, you blocked me from yours after this so i had to screencap my comment history
#120419 to #120417 - youregaylol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
also thats my profile
#120420 to #120419 - joshlol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
O I C
#120418 to #120417 - youregaylol
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(17 hours ago) [-]
because im edgy
#120412 to #120404 - thumbfortrump
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(19 hours ago) [-]
He also blocked me
#120413 to #120412 - youregaylol
Reply -1
(19 hours ago) [-]
You think your shared grief at getting BTFO would unite you.
#120414 to #120413 - thumbfortrump
Reply 0
(19 hours ago) [-]
I've actually never talked to him, he probably just saw my profile pic.

Also I'm in a pretty weird spot on this one.
#120431 to #120414 - mudkipfucker
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(16 hours ago) [-]
nah you were spamming political shit so i blocked you
#120472 to #120431 - anon
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(7 hours ago) [-]
Seriously where did I spam political things, shitlord.
#120476 to #120472 - mudkipfucker
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(7 hours ago) [-]
if it means that much, ill unblock you
#120474 to #120472 - mudkipfucker
Reply 0
(7 hours ago) [-]
on funnyjunk
#120449 to #120431 - anon
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(13 hours ago) [-]
Burden of proof is on you.
#120433 to #120431 - youregaylol
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(16 hours ago) [-]
when will you block yourself
#120434 to #120433 - mudkipfucker
Reply 0
(16 hours ago) [-]
i block myself with my alt account
#120405 to #120404 - youregaylol
Reply +1
(20 hours ago) [-]
This was the pic lol
#120436 to #120405 - theism
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(16 hours ago) [-]
Why does not one ever try to actually argue this issue? It's all shit flinging and name calling.
#120437 to #120436 - youregaylol
Reply +1
(16 hours ago) [-]
bantz > policy
#120406 to #120405 - youregaylol
Reply 0
(19 hours ago) [-]
Then he blocked his profile so I couldn't respond

mudkipfucker, comment
#120407 to #120406 - mudkipfucker
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(19 hours ago) [-]
that has nothing to do with you, not everything is about you
#120428 to #120407 - lotengo
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(16 hours ago) [-]
Well it cant be about me, since you are on my friends list.

What else can it be about if its not about Lotengo or that other guy?
#120408 to #120407 - youregaylol
Reply -1
(19 hours ago) [-]
admit you're in love with me

we can have sex on the eu flag
#120409 to #120408 - mudkipfucker
Reply +2
(19 hours ago) [-]
**mudkipfucker rolled user admin **

im already doing this guy
#120455 to #120409 - garymotherfingoak
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(12 hours ago) [-]
ebin
#120416 to #120409 - whoozy
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(17 hours ago) [-]
Nice roll lol
#120410 to #120409 - youregaylol
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(19 hours ago) [-]
#120400 - redandgreen
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(20 hours ago) [-]
So, pro-Brexit people. It's all falling apart post- referendum:

Brexit camp now say immigration won't fall:
www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-36570120

Won't spend the EU contribution on the NHS (whether the inflated version or not):
metro.co.uk/2016/06/24/farage-says-350million-nhs-pledge-was-a-mistake-5963794/

And the UK will still have to accept EU rules to perform financial services anyway:
www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36628595
#120451 to #120400 - seniorawesomesauce
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(13 hours ago) [-]
>Immigration won't fall

According to Tory member Daniel Hannon: "People are grown up and they understand this isn't something that can happen tomorrow. No one has ever suggested there is going to be no immigration."

>Contributions on the NHS
He literally said there's 10 billion pounds that have been freed up annually. He's not promising an exact 350 billion pound payment to the NHS every week. It could be 300 billion, 250 billion, it could be anything, but the point was that it was money that wasn't being sent to the EU.

>EU rules to perform financial services
The biggest problem with contributing to the EU was the thousands of regulations that they had on products within the UK. There are tariffs that might have to be paid to perform transactions with the EU, but it's better than literally thousands of regulations covering bread and Milk.
#120452 to #120451 - seniorawesomesauce
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(13 hours ago) [-]
Im sorry I meant 350 million pounds, also 300 and 250 million.
#120396 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(21 hours ago) [-]
The whole world united under one government. The current government that leads it is decided by a free for all brawl (No weapons) between the leader of each country. Discuss.

Personally my money is on Queen Elizabeth, despite not being the proper leader anymore, because I am of the belief she is in fact some sort of ancient creature. Wielding power untold, she is waiting for her chance to take control of our pitiable world, to usher in torment and darkness eternal, the punishment for our millennia of sin.
#120441 to #120396 - pebar
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(15 hours ago) [-]
a one world government is one of the only times I would support rampant violence

that is something I genuinely fear
#120444 to #120441 - marinepenguin
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(15 hours ago) [-]
Why?
#120445 to #120444 - pebar
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(15 hours ago) [-]
it would never answer to anyone and if it resembled democracy in any way, cultures areound the world are so different it would just be a big mess of people enforcing rules on others they don't want

I am a huge proponent of the concept that governments should only exist with the consent of the governed. That will not exit in the slightest with a one world government

To maximize this, government should be as local as possible; the polar opposite of one world government
#120435 to #120396 - asotil
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(16 hours ago) [-]
Putin would form an alliance with the queen, him for the brawn, her for the dark rituals of the lord Shgruth'ntug turning the blood of her enemies into oversweetened tea
#120397 to #120396 - lotengo
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(20 hours ago) [-]
this guy will slap you so hard you don't know what the current year is.

I got my money on either Putin or Obongo
#120398 to #120397 - EdwardNigma ONLINE
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(20 hours ago) [-]
My actual answer was gonna be Putin.
Being ex-KGB and seemingly still being in pretty decent shape.
#120438 to #120398 - theism
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(16 hours ago) [-]
Putins shirtless horse pics are looking pretty pudgy.
#120391 - asotil
Reply +1
(06/25/2016) [-]
>Germany tries to control Europe through currency
>Europe goes with it, what's the worst that could happen
>Raves on and on about both a united European people and certain ethnicities possibly being better than others
>Russia starts doing the Russia quietly in the distance now that the heat is off of it
>Britain gets tired of it and tells Germany to fuck off
>Germany throws a fit and starts getting angry that others disagree with its ideologies
>Starts making threats about what will happen should you not comply with what Germany wants you to do

Are we about to see Germany go for the 3-In-One-Century play?
#120387 - anon
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(06/25/2016) [-]
so why is britain leaving the EU a good thing? is it just about sandniggers immigrating and the idea that it might slow down if britain leaves, or is there more to it other than circlejerk maymays?
#120394 to #120387 - thumbfortrump
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(22 hours ago) [-]
It's not.
#120399 to #120394 - Shiny
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(20 hours ago) [-]
I'm surprised you of all people would think
#120411 to #120399 - thumbfortrump
Reply -1
(19 hours ago) [-]
I think I've written it since the referendum was announced. I know it contradicts Trump's view, however I do agree totally with him and the British people on the immigration issue.
But the economic gain from the EU far outweighs the economic burden of immigrants read "refugees" not moving laborers .
The British people how have to figure out what they're going to do with two thirds of their export which goes to EU member states.
#120392 to #120387 - Shiny
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(22 hours ago) [-]
It has the potential to help the UK gain more control of its own economy, but this will likely be a wasted opportunity because UKIP are retarded and Labour are a bunch of liberal wieners. The economy will either shift control to the US or crumble in some Austrian "economic" farce.

Though it was amusing to watch Corbyn try to hide his power level.

Naturally, some people believe that Brexit will somehow stop Islamic terrorism. This doesn't make any sense, but neither does banning the right to bear arms for a slight decrease in urban crime.
#120390 to #120387 - kanadetenshi
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(06/25/2016) [-]
Arguments for the UK out of the EU include.

- More sovereignty, the EU was supposed to be a free trade zone but has increasingly become more bureaucratic and has started turning into a federal superstate, individual nations are seeing their own laws being overriden by EU laws, furthermore these laws are generally created by the European Commission which is controlled by a body of unelected politicians unaccountable to the people.

- The EU has been stagnating the economy of Europe badly, growth is very slow, the Eurozone is a disaster, youth unemployment is massive, and it has put far too many countries in insufferable debts.

- EU regulations and bureaucracy have taken a strong hit on agricultural and manufacturing industries. The fishing industry it the one that was most used in this debate, which has been completely screwed over due to EU restrictions

- The UK would be able to negotiate free trade deals on their own terms and with emerging markets much faster. For example Switzerland has a free trade deal with China, but EU countries are not allowed to make those kind of deals themselves.

- The UK would save a lot of money that it would otherwise spend on the EU such a membership fees, annual contributions, bailouts, aid, ect.

- The UK would be able to set up a more rational immigration program. With the EU having done an extremely poor job at addressing the refugee crisis and with and increasing amount of "free movement" the economy especially for working class people have taken a hit.

Those are a few examples. I would recommend watching the Brexit and Lexit documentaries. Even though the referendum is over, it's still good to know what the EU is and does.
#120385 - whatley ONLINE
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(06/25/2016) [-]
Getting real tired of all these people freaking out about the pound dropping in value when firstly, it's not even a massive drop really, and secondly, it wouldn't matter much even if it was bigger.
#120386 to #120385 - anon
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(06/25/2016) [-]
it's already starting to recover.

same with the stock market, the exact same drop, hell it was even worse, happened with the oil but oh look, it went back up again.
#120403 to #120386 - redandgreen
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(20 hours ago) [-]
The FTSE 250 closed down 7%....
#120453 to #120403 - anon
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(13 hours ago) [-]
oh well I guess that's just how it's going to be from now on. it's not like it was worse in February or just as on the 16th.

Stock markets are notorious for just going along a flatline.
#120383 - anon
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(06/25/2016) [-]
No Apologies
#120393 to #120383 - Shiny
Reply -1
(22 hours ago) [-]
The narrator opens with a statement against feeling guilty for the bad things your ancestors did, then explains to the viewer why they should be proud of what they achieved. He sounds like an idiot.

It's also ironic how the abolitionist movement is mentioned; it was a collaboration of people of different races for the common good, not the achievement of one. If they lived in that time period they would vehemently oppose it. Which obviously wasn't an extreme point of view at the time, but that's beside the point.
#120380 - canyou
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(06/24/2016) [-]
#120401 to #120380 - youregaylol
Reply 0
(20 hours ago) [-]
The best part about Brexit is posting this whenever i see a remain fag
#120389 to #120380 - asotil
Reply +2
(06/25/2016) [-]
"Democracy should only count when it agrees with me, this isn't fair because different people with different opinions exist"

Generally what I've seen everywhere today
#120395 to #120389 - anon
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(21 hours ago) [-]
he's only saying he disagrees with the result, not having the vote retard
#120384 to #120380 - aceofshadows
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(06/25/2016) [-]
lel
#120377 - lotengo
Reply +5
(06/24/2016) [-]
Just had a discussion with a lib who told me to watch 'last week tonight' to educate myself
#120379 to #120377 - pebar
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
the only episode I enjoyed was his bit on drones
#120378 to #120377 - thumbfortrump
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(06/24/2016) [-]
kek
#120375 - anon
Reply +1
(06/24/2016) [-]
is this nigger for real
#120376 to #120375 - whoozy
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
He's not the brightest one
#120402 to #120376 - youregaylol
Reply -1
(20 hours ago) [-]
#120370 - anon
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Holy shit this site is full of circlejerkers. If you were to even ask them why they support Brexit most are all like "MUH FREEDOMS" and "FUCK EU". Barely anyone has a reason to support it besides this bandwagon effect coming from 4chin
#120371 to #120370 - canyou
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
That's a good point. Everyone goes straight to name calling on the internet when they see an opinion they don't agree with.
#120381 to #120371 - theism
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
To be fair, on the opposite side there are people calling the leave voters racist/xenophobic.
#120382 to #120381 - canyou
Reply 0
(06/24/2016) [-]
Yeah I know, but I don't know enough about the whole thing to make a judgement. I don't even know how to explain why someone would want to vote leave other than "unelected officials"