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nitron wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

2. Has Flaresy been officially retired and assume Nitron has been asked to tone down his Flares madness?



You can't be for real. Seriously.


Just to clarify, I haven't received one single PM about being 'Flares' the entire time I've been on this board. Not from any Mod or member of the forum. Even the remtards who go on and on and on and on about it every day like the boring schleps they are. Even you BF. Despite all your blathering about it in public, even you don't see enough worthiness in it to PM me for a friendly chat.

So do us all a favour - particularly me - and just shut the hell up. You can see the name on the side of each post. It's Nitron. The name I signed up with long before you ever sloped on here to bore us all senseless. I don't have or need an alias. My forum name is Nitron. For today, for tomorrow, for evermore. Okay, pal?


PS. Apologies to the Mods - not trying to be confrontational on purpose but the boy needs telling. It's time we moved on.

Remtards is definitely confrontational though

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Is Smashdad banned?  What for?!!

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liquitech1 wrote:

Sorry, Grant, that's what I'm picking up from your posts just as you picked up the closed-mindedness from mine...don't hate the player, hate the game..

I think I'm just going to move on from here.

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liquitech1 wrote:

So in a nutshell;

"Look, I read the newspaper there the other week and it had something in there about cost and extraction or something like that, anyway, you've no idea what you're talking about as you don't read the newspapers so you can't have an opinion in this thread, you must not be as open minded as me otherwise you would know about all the stuff the No campaigners are saying and writing about, and you're Irish, so fuck off."

charming.

I'm saying nothing like that, what on earth are you talking about?  That's all pretty offensive to be honest.

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liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

Grant, for a start you know f**k all about me to judge whether I'm open minded or not. Secondly, there's really no substance in any of those sound bites you've given. The "cost versus extraction issue", wtf is that? please tell me you have some serious links to this erroneous shite that can be coroborrated by several sources..

'yeah, look we can't extract our own oil, the costs of getting to the oil far outweigh the massive potential profits, scrap that idea' lol...

You say you're open-minded, but it doesn't come across in your posts, is that better?

You're imlpying that because I don't take Cameron, Clegg & Miliband at face value, I'm close minded. Righto..

..let's just agree to disagree and leave it at that. As you've mentioned, we're both arguing potential outcomes, let's just wait and see.

edit: Like I say, send me the info on the "cost versus extraction" bit. I'll gladly take on board.

It's from the Sunday Times from 7th September - I've tried to find it on their website, but it's just pages and pages of other referendum stuff.  It was the main story lead.

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liquitech1 wrote:

You're imlpying that because I don't take Cameron, Clegg & Miliband at face value, I'm close minded. Righto..

Eh?  Am I actually implying that anywhere?

You're right though, happy to agree to disagree etc.

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mr rossi wrote:
Grant wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Do you have a jockanese twang going down, Grant?

I've lived in London most of my life, so no.  I was born in Bathgate and brought up in Broxburn til I was 8, my dad's side of the family still live in Broxburn and the surrounding area, I'm up there half a dozen times a year.

Why the fuck I'm justifying the validity of my opinion for LT, I don't know

We're not allowed to vote are we.Only residents who have registered can I believe.

I'm just pointing out that I have a vested interest in what's going on.

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liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:

My key concern, as I've mentioned in this thread a couple of times are the financials - they don't work.  The currency issue, the oil revenue versus cost of extraction issue, the EU issue are huge and everyone seems to think these things are all going to be fine - well, they aren't.

Grant, for a start you know f**k all about me to judge whether I'm open minded or not. Secondly, there's really no substance in any of those sound bites you've given. The "cost versus extraction issue", wtf is that? please tell me you have some serious links to this erroneous shite that can be coroborrated by several sources..

'yeah, look we can't extract our own oil, the costs of getting to the oil far outweigh the massive potential profits, scrap that idea' lol...

You say you're open-minded, but it doesn't come across in your posts, is that better?

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Big Fella wrote:

Do you have a jockanese twang going down, Grant?

I've lived in London most of my life, so no.  I was born in Bathgate and brought up in Broxburn til I was 8, my dad's side of the family still live in Broxburn and the surrounding area, I'm up there half a dozen times a year.

Why the fuck I'm justifying the validity of my opinion for LT, I don't know

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liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

This thread can be summed up by the following;

No Scots were involved in the debate, just one Irishman. #VoteNo

I'm Scottish.  As are all my family.

You're about as Scottish as Mike Myers..

That's a little rude, don't you think?

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liquitech1 wrote:

Grant, with all due respect, you've given no talking points to help the thread along, all you've done is question my views. I'm open minded on the subject, if you can convince me that Scotland are better off with the current situation, you might change my mind...I get the feeling you know everything about it so I'm all ears when you get the chance..

You aren't open-minded, any link that has been posted up has been rubbished by you as biased, or ill-informed.  Did you read last weekend's Sunday Times article?

My key concern, as I've mentioned in this thread a couple of times are the financials - they don't work.  The currency issue, the oil revenue versus cost of extraction issue, the EU issue are huge and everyone seems to think these things are all going to be fine - well, they aren't.

As I've also mentioned, the proof will be in the pudding, but by then it'll all be far too late

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liquitech1 wrote:

This thread can be summed up by the following;

No Scots were involved in the debate, just one Irishman. #VoteNo

I'm Scottish.  As are all my family.

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liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:

I think you're too biased to have a valid opinion on this thread to be honest.  You're ashamed to point your opinion out to me?  Something wrong with the world.

Politicians look down their noses at everyone, Scotland is certainly not special in that respect

haha, too biased to have an opinion?? I'll put it this way, when you don't have any stake in the outcome you can take a back seat, weigh up the arguments from both sides and make a judgement, that's what I've done. The NO campaign is an absolute joke and it's the same line they're giving the Scots now as Thatcher did herself. There's nothing wrong with supporting one or the other side even if you're not directly involved, what you're saying is nobody outside of England & Scotland can have an opinion, how daft does that sound?

...bottom line is, Scotland are NOT better off together.

You're right, you are completely objective and not biased in any way.  You definitely have taken a step back and weighed up both arguments equally.  I apologise.

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liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

I agree, Millsy, I never said they would be anyway but it would be better than the status quo, that's for sure.

Why?

...because the English politicians will always look down their noses at Scotland and won't have their interests at heart. Who in their right mind would like to part of a political system such as that? Being "led" by a bunch of pseudo-bankers who'd sooner see the people buried in poverty than implementing changes for improvement...I'm ashamed that I even had to point that out to you.

I think you're too biased to have a valid opinion on this thread to be honest.  You're ashamed to point your opinion out to me?  Something wrong with the world.

Politicians look down their noses at everyone, Scotland is certainly not special in that respect

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liquitech1 wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

The notion that an independent Scotland would in some way be bereft of corrupt politicians is a little bit more than romantic Liquitech.

I agree, Millsy, I never said they would be anyway but it would be better than the status quo, that's for sure.

Why?

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strummerjones wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Rio Ferdinand - great player for Manchester United, cunt of a man.

All the books needs to say.

More of a cunt than Terry? Always liked Ferdinand.

It's pretty close though.

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Fucking hell LT, you ever been to Scotland?  Racism is very much alive and well and certainly no better than anything England would have to offer.  Almost an LOL for that.

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Matt, why don't you see if you can get an Independent White London on the political agenda?

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liquitech1 wrote:

I'd imagine if there was an Irish referendum every shovel head in this thread would be piling in with their 2 cents even if it had f**k all to do with them...don't be offended when the shoe is on the other foot..

I'm not offended LT and neither was I trying to offend.

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liquitech1 wrote:

I can appreciate you questioning my interest. I agree with the Yes vote because of how Westminster works, Grant. It's as simple as that. No offence taken, mate...It's not really much of a stretch to feel good about watching another country trying to steer itself away from corruption in order to govern itself. Maybe it's romantic or something like that...I've no stake in the outcome at all..

..the dialogue has sparked political movements all over the place. Have you seen the Catalans protesting? I think it's a good thing. It means people are becoming pro-active about their democracies, that's a good thing..

A Scottish government would be no different to Westminster.  An independent Scotland sounds warm and fluffy and lovely, but it won't be, it'll turn into the same shit-show that everyone the world over is exposed to, but this time they'll be on the brink of financial ruin from the off.

People are kicking off because there's no fucking money, not because of some misguided political struggle

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I don't understand what it's got to do with you then LT (I'm not trying to be offensive)?  You'll have a massively biased view in the same way others in the UK will have the opposite biased view.

No will win, there's no question, I just hope it's not even close.  It'll be a right old mess to sort out the divisions that will have occurred as a result of stirring up all this nationalist shite.

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Are Scottish or Irish LT?

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Big Fella wrote:

I hope Grunt is going to thank Phil & Liqui for his first foray into a double digit thread.

His coming of age.

LOL

This might shock you to your core Loopy, but plain running shoes are widely available in a whole host of different brands. You'd look like a spastic in black running shoes, by the way.

LOL Glenn!