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Can we have all the Brexit/ Eu threads in one thread?

Postby tommy525 » 29 Jun 2016, 02:44

So many doggone threads on the brexit/ eu thing. Can't we all lump it into one?
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Re: Can we have all the Brexit/ Eu threads in one thread?

Postby headhonchoII » 29 Jun 2016, 08:17

I don't agree, the case for a second referendum is a different topic of its own.
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Re: Can we have all the Brexit/ Eu threads in one thread?

Postby rowland » 29 Jun 2016, 10:12

This has facets and implications all over the place. No, it won't fit in one thread.
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Re: Can we have all the Brexit/ Eu threads in one thread?

Postby tommy525 » 29 Jun 2016, 23:55

Its all fine nuances of the same. Mister Rowland, if I may single you out, you have created a whole host of brexit threads to the point of ...would you like jam on that toast , marmalade on that toast, with an egg on top or with a piece of cheese on top? All of it is simply having a piece of toast.

Brexit , why , how when who what, relating to EU why how what who when. Its all the same.

Makes it harder for people to decide which thread to post something on. I can see maybe TWO threads on the topic, but its all really ONE topic is it not?

It's like if i were to post ten threads on Taiwanese girls:

Taiwanese girls where do they come from?
Taiwanese girls do they get along with other girls from the EU?
Taiwanese girls , are they racist and would leave you?
Taiwanese girls, are they better in a bundle?

etc, et al.
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