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Gender: male
Age: 19
Video Games Played: GTA, Skyrim, Zelda: OOT, CoD
X-box Gamertag: LouisF97
Interests: Films, Music, Video Games, Fishing etc.
Date Signed Up:11/24/2009
Last Login:6/26/2016
Location:Scotland
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#154 - 40 years ago isn't too long ago, in terms of political change,… 06/21/2016 on Vote leave, EU SUCKS 0
#142 - No, I cetainly didn't say that; but there was a time when wome…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Vote leave, EU SUCKS 0
#144 - rererererere (06/21/2016) [-]
thats a long time ago though, modern people now know what females deserve and can (and cannot do), although the feminist movement seemed to miss that class.

and i agree with you that i cannot see why anybody would wanna leave; yet.

I think if the EU will allow other shitty countries to join; while they clearly shouldnt; and the doesnt stop growing in a big ball of political circle jerk bullshit; i would wanna leave too... Take Greece for example; they fucked over the EU by not following basic tax rules; now the big countries that actually earned money had to pay for that. and why? because of EU circle jerk bullshit



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#154 - iFail (06/21/2016) [-]
40 years ago isn't too long ago, in terms of political change, our mothers were paid less than our fathers - but I see what you're saying; that change has long been accepted and would be unlikely to revert. And I agree, in an independent Britain, it would be impossible to legalise unequal pay. But, law is ever-changing, and if under new circumstances, a law should be made which would aggrieve, even just one, citizen - where is he going to go if the UK Supreme Court rules that it's fair? It's happened before, although appeals to the EU Court of Justice are increasingly rare, they still happen. I think we need that upper body, we can't run all our legal affairs internally without the risk of unfair decisions.

I'm mad at Greece too, but I don't want to leave the family just because Papa EU still funds crackhead brother Greece; I don't really believe that Turkey will join either. If anything, the Greece situation shows us how much of a safety net we have in the EU.
#126 - Why though?! For immigration reasons? I'm not going to bite my…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/21/2016 on Vote leave, EU SUCKS 0
#140 - rererererere (06/21/2016) [-]
''human rights directives, or, for example, equal pay for women. ''

you actually think normal western people pay women less?
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#142 - iFail (06/21/2016) [-]
No, I cetainly didn't say that; but there was a time when women were paid less, a few decades ago. And it was rectified by an appeal to the EU court - the case of Defrenne v Sabena (1976).
#144 - rererererere (06/21/2016) [-]
thats a long time ago though, modern people now know what females deserve and can (and cannot do), although the feminist movement seemed to miss that class.

and i agree with you that i cannot see why anybody would wanna leave; yet.

I think if the EU will allow other shitty countries to join; while they clearly shouldnt; and the doesnt stop growing in a big ball of political circle jerk bullshit; i would wanna leave too... Take Greece for example; they fucked over the EU by not following basic tax rules; now the big countries that actually earned money had to pay for that. and why? because of EU circle jerk bullshit



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#154 - iFail (06/21/2016) [-]
40 years ago isn't too long ago, in terms of political change, our mothers were paid less than our fathers - but I see what you're saying; that change has long been accepted and would be unlikely to revert. And I agree, in an independent Britain, it would be impossible to legalise unequal pay. But, law is ever-changing, and if under new circumstances, a law should be made which would aggrieve, even just one, citizen - where is he going to go if the UK Supreme Court rules that it's fair? It's happened before, although appeals to the EU Court of Justice are increasingly rare, they still happen. I think we need that upper body, we can't run all our legal affairs internally without the risk of unfair decisions.

I'm mad at Greece too, but I don't want to leave the family just because Papa EU still funds crackhead brother Greece; I don't really believe that Turkey will join either. If anything, the Greece situation shows us how much of a safety net we have in the EU.
#164 - This cringe comp was far too short. Enjoyable regardless. 06/21/2016 on On point +13
#56 - That's been done bro, we already voted to stay in the UK. Ther… 06/20/2016 on Brits vote leave! Get out... 0
#132 - In. My biggest concern is that I don't want to lose t…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/17/2016 on How many words you got?? 0
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#150 - lovot (06/22/2016) [-]
The EU is a mouse as well, and so far it doesn't seem to have any way to keep it's power in check.
#78 - I don't think it's a refusal to believe it was Islam, as such.…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/15/2016 on Slovakia brings the bantz +3
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#88 - vinskinator (06/16/2016) [-]
you are 100 percent correct sir. it's just a shit post pandering to the trump fan-base on this site. they are regurgitating his tweets and rants with no other source of information or reasoning.
#24 - I might be missing the point - but why do we give a **** about… 06/09/2016 on Dropping the Ball 0
#8 - I might be missing the point of your comment, but probably bec… 05/24/2016 on My best friend is dying 0
#160 - You're calling Quentin Tarantino an SJW, but you're complainin… 05/20/2016 on An Anon calls out an... 0