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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9930 on: February 19, 2019, 06:36:22 pm »

"Here's a series of reasons why you're wrong, now let's look at wind turbines instead of continuing discussion."

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Okay then.
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9931 on: February 19, 2019, 06:42:12 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9932 on: February 19, 2019, 06:45:58 pm »

i mean, i still think i deserve at least some praise for smoothly transitioning from abortion to baby pollution
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9933 on: February 19, 2019, 06:50:30 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
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What we were doing definitely fulfils one or more of those criteria :P
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9934 on: February 19, 2019, 08:19:05 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
I'm pretty sure that's what discussions ARE, or at least ones aimed at changing someone else's opinion

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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9935 on: February 19, 2019, 08:28:50 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
I'm pretty sure that's what discussions ARE, or at least ones aimed at changing someone else's opinion
If donít think either person in this instance was going to change their stance, regardless what the other said.
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9936 on: February 19, 2019, 09:12:40 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
I'm pretty sure that's what discussions ARE, or at least ones aimed at changing someone else's opinion
If donít think either person in this instance was going to change their stance, regardless what the other said.
I think you're wrong. Here's why:
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9937 on: February 19, 2019, 10:03:32 pm »

You're not really discussing, more going "You're wrong, here's why" "no you're wrong, here's why" "but you're still wrong because" "ah but you're also wrong because"
I'm pretty sure that's what discussions ARE, or at least ones aimed at changing someone else's opinion
If donít think either person in this instance was going to change their stance, regardless what the other said.
I think you're wrong. Here's why: akshuli ur ryt Ďcause yur awsum
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9938 on: February 20, 2019, 12:27:22 am »

I would caution against the termination of one of the twins simply because of the uncertainty as to whether it is the evil twin or the other.
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9939 on: February 20, 2019, 12:42:23 am »

I would caution against the termination of one of the twins simply because of the uncertainty as to whether it is the evil twin or the other.
Just assess which one has a goatee beforehand. Should be simple
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9940 on: February 20, 2019, 02:05:42 pm »

I would caution against the termination of one of the twins simply because of the uncertainty as to whether it is the evil twin or the other.
Just assess which one has a goatee beforehand. Should be simple
But what if the evil twin sticks the goatee on the good twin?
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9941 on: February 20, 2019, 02:57:57 pm »

I would caution against the termination of one of the twins simply because of the uncertainty as to whether it is the evil twin or the other.
Just assess which one has a goatee beforehand. Should be simple
But what if the evil twin sticks the goatee on the good twin?
Terminate them both, just in case the evil is contagious. Alternatively, start long drawn-out story arc about how the evil twin fakes being a good twin until the good twin comes back and kills him, probably by accident while trying to save the evil twin.
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9942 on: February 20, 2019, 10:54:58 pm »

Sounds like the UK forgot about the isle of Guernsey, which is going to end up with the same freedom of movement issues the UK is so worried about for NI.

I wonder how many other island dependencies that are part of the British Isles but not part of the UK are getting hit like this. This appears to be, from my perspective, a little known or considered aspect of Brexit, it's effects on the dependencies.
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Re: The friendly and polite EU-related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #9943 on: Today at 05:50:45 am »

Yesterday, a British judge ruled the the EMA (European Medicines Agency) will still be bound to pay rent for their office in London, even when they have moved out to settle in the Netherlands.
The rental contract is set to run until 2039.
This will cost the EMA 560 million euros, unless they can find someone to sublease it to.
The EMA had claimed that the Brexit was an unforseen circumstance that would allow them to cancel the rent, but the judge ruled otherwise.
This ruling can have costly consequences for a lot of other companies with long term rental contracts that are leaving the UK because of the Brexit.
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