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Old 30.10.2017, 20:50
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Education reduces the ability to think for yourself..
Naw, just depends on how stubborn one is

Whether some people feel worthier than others, maybe those who paid a lot for their degrees, feel like they bought some imaginery value.

You are far from thick, especially if you were able to retire at 52.

Back to Brexit - I have a hard time with the logic of the anger some people feel there, for "being misled". Isn't it again an issue of being able to think for oneself? Nobody was mislead. People wanted to believe something, so they did. Better own up to it instead posing for victimes of the media..politicians, etc. People voted, so be it. At least they realize they have power to change things with their vote.
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