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Old 13.01.2020, 09:09
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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You do like to provoke donít you?! At least youíre not the only one! I didnít ďloseĒ any discussion for your information, I just refuse to engage with irrational bullies that have a mob mentality.

Brexit is a separate discussion yet it didnít stop a member bringing up Donald Trumpís name (which I suspect was merely another provocation). Much of what was said on the other discussion was such groundless, offensive nonsense that it just doesnít warrant any sort of response.

I have to keep reminding myself that the internet is not the real world, and some of the power users on this forum seem to be as far removed from that as one can imagine. There is hope though as is displayed on this discussion. There was a very similar atmosphere here before the General Election last year, with equally nonsensical arguments being made. Following the result however it became a lot more quieter, reasonable and more civil. Amazing what a dose of the real world will do for people!
People have probably backed off because theyíre bored of the endless groundless opinion and blinkered view you are attempting to dominate these threads with.

Itís pointless, boring and when someone points out that you are in fact, wrong, and backs it up with links and information you double down with your nonsense.

It was funny in the beginning. Now itís just tedious noise.

You should start a blog where you can listen to yourself unchallenged.
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