Re: Ways not to win in court, no.94:'threatening dire consequences to national business' if you lose
Aaaand you win tonight's star prize for wheedling a F*cking Brexit reference into a Post Office story. Dickhead.
32 posts • joined 16 Jul 2018
"mostly voted out so they could kick out anyone called Mohammed"
Mostly because in the 1975 referendum we were told it was a simple trading agreement. Then Major signed the Maastricht treaty which basically converted the EEC "trading agreement" into the EU, forcing it through with a three line whip and no mandate from the people. Then Bliar promised a referendum on the EU Constitution/Lisbon treaty then didn't hold one.
The 2016 referendum was the first time the people had been given a vote on membership of "ever closer union" and the majority of those who voted said no.
Maybe if Major or Bliar or even the 1975 referendum had been a bit more honest with the people then we wouldn't be in this mess.
"Just stop using Amazon. It is that simple."
Oh if it were that simple. I spent a few hours a couple of weeks ago trying to buy mothballs (for clothes moths). I tried all the big brand supermarkets in town (we have all 4) plus diy stores & the "we sell everything" stores. No luck, I might as well have been trying to buy leopard's fanny batter.
Ended up going to Amazon.
Basically if the shops don't sell it we can't buy it.
I concur with that. Reminds me of 2 or 3 years ago whe the MD of the company I was working for ordered top of the range MacbookAirs for all the directors at around 2k a pop (plus dongles). Within the month all but him and his trusty sidekick had handed them back in and asked for their old laptops back.
£90 a month on a personal computer????
You must be mad, or renting it. I'd wager that "most of us here" built our own computers for about £90 total, probably a number of years ago.
And if I were stupid enough to pay £1500 for a phone I would expect an all risks new for old swap out lifetime warranty.
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