ukclique > d-i-y

Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
> On Sat, 9 Feb 2019 08:20:10 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> You are on PAYG data then!
> See your therapist, he may donate a SIM card. The NHS might stretch to
> that if it's for self improvement.
> AB


gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
> That's a lot of bytes.
> How many burgers did you have to flip to send it?
> AB


gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp <nastii.snotgobbler> Wrote
in message:
[..]
> Sorry Jim, don't take offence.
> The offer to assist with your learning difficulties still holds BTW.
> AB


gABshite
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 10:35:44 -0800 (PST), tabbypurr wrote:
> Oh the irony. Within the EU we get *some* influence. Outside the EU
> we get *none*. So what is better, some influence or none???


At what cost?

> And I wouldn't trust the current shower (UK government) to organise a
> piss-up in a brewary.


Name one shower that could?

>>> In many cases veto
>>> something. Outside, not. And only the most blinkered Little Englander will
>>> think the EU will have no effect on this country after we leave.

>>Of course, it will just have less effect then.

> Oh Dear. The UK cannot really be isolationist. We rely on trade and,
> being in the EU, make this easier.


Isolationist?
Why should trade not continue afterwards?!? Without EU tariffs &
self protectionism?

You seem to be a new name on the UK DIY block? A rampant
remainer, proEU too...

Anyone we know by another nym? (Rhetorical Duhve)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"michael adams" <mjadams25> Wrote in message:
> <tabbypurr> wrote in message
> news:2c29
> Indeed, once we've finally broken free of European influence, from the French,
> the Germans the Italians etc the UK can finally gain her freedom and take her
> rightful place among all the truly autonomous nations of the World;
> such as Namibia, Rwanda, Djibouti, Chad, Peru, Guatemala,Papua New
> Guinea, Mongolia, Krygystan etc. etc.
> In fact with so much to look forward to, and all these new friends (there are around 120
> of them altogether) its a wonder nobody ever thought of leaving the EU before.


How did you choose those particular countries from the "around
120" m'lud ?

Bias perchance? Tut tut, rather weakens your arguments further
into desperation doesn't it?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 19:18:59 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> Very little, considering the benefits.


Convincing!

>>> And I wouldn't trust the current shower (UK government) to organise a
>>> piss-up in a brewary.

>>Name one shower that could?

> No. Figure it out yourself.


Thought not, you concede the point then.

> Huh! We will have other tariffs which will be less favourable.


Because?

>>You seem to be a new name on the UK DIY block? A rampant
>> remainer, proEU too...

> I have been posting here for years.


Strange I don't remember any "Mark" posting on UK.d-i-y for
several years?

Perhaps you've been posting under a different nym? So why change?....

>>Anyone we know by another nym? (Rhetorical Duhve)

> No. Are you Rodney?


Arf!
I think you are a nym shifter, such desperate remainer measures!
Ho ho ho :-)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"michael adams" <mjadams25> Wrote in message:
> <tabbypurr> wrote in message
> news:0e57
> So you consider the UK the equal of the US, Russia etc on the world stage then ?
> Its almost as if Yalta, Suez etc had never happened.


So you consider the UK the equal of Namibia, Rwanda, Djibouti,
Chad, Peru, Guatemala,Papua New
Guinea, Mongolia, Krygystan on the world stage then?

Time you got your EU passport renewed & a seat on Duhve's "das
move" bus booked...
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
TimW <tim> Wrote in message:
> On 09/02/2019 09:12, Adrian Caspersz wrote:
> I am going to buy some 10kg bags of rice, just to be safe.
> TW


Why not dig a grave & build a coffin too?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
TimW <tim> Wrote in message:
> On 11/02/2019 08:52, Jim K.. wrote:
> I already have a pre paid funeral plan. I don't understand the relevance
> ...oh, you're just trying to be nasty and provocative!


Says the "man" still predicting post EU apocalypse!
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019 20:18:43 +0000 (GMT+00:00), "Jim K.."
> <jk989898> wrote:
> Good.
> No. You're wrong.
> Do you really need your hand holding through all of this?


I suspect you're incapable so it's moot...

>>> I have been posting here for years.

>>Strange I don't remember any "Mark" posting on UK.d-i-y for
>> several years?

> Maybe you need to get a memory test?


Maybe you can point me to a uk.d-i-y thread from say 2017 where
you contributed as "Mark" ?

Should be trivial for someone like you?

Oh hang on wait for the bullshit excuses.... ;-)

>> Perhaps you've been posting under a different nym?

> No. Never.


You say...
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
TimW <tim> Wrote in message:
> On 11/02/2019 13:03, The Natural Philosopher wrote:
> And the Express is as unreliable as ever. It's an agreement to replicate
> existing arrangements into a transition period. Not a 'Brexit Victory'.
> We lose all the trade deals the EU has with the rest of the world if we
> crash out. I don't think there are very many new deals in place. What a
> balls up!
> TW


Dignitas?
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
"Jim K.." <jk989898> Wrote in message:
> Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> I suspect you're incapable so it's moot...
> Maybe you can point me to a uk.d-i-y thread from say 2017 where
> you contributed as "Mark" ?
> Should be trivial for someone like you?
> Oh hang on wait for the bullshit excuses.... ;-)
> You say...


C'mon "Mark"....
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
tabbypurr Wrote in message:
> On Monday, 11 February 2019 19:52:00 UTC, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp wrote:
> OK, now imagine you had no prospect of EVER voting them out, AND they progressively took more & more from this country to give to their own.
> Someone who /really/ doesn't understand the fundamentals there.
> NT


Perhaps "Mark" could shed some light on it for him...
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Mark <i> Wrote in message:
> On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 20:39:06 +0000, Archibald Tarquin Blenkinsopp
> <nastii.snotgobbler> wrote:
> Don't post that; some here might believe it ;-)


Not from either of you two! :-):-)
Jim K.. (01.01.1970, 02:00)
Tim Streater <timstreater> Wrote in message:
> In article <3i986elrhmrhm08talqsip05nh4lqghehg>, Mark
> <i> wrote:
> I repeat what I said: tax avoidance is legal, tax evasion is not.
> You definitely *are* a nasty snotgobbler.


He's a nymshifter aren't you "Mark"?

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