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By KevS
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To be fair, the last time I watched Roots, I wasn't sure if it was set in Maryland in the late eighteenth century, or 2019 Yeovil under the EU.
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I wouldn't blame the EU one iota if they cut us adrift tomorrow without any notice.
 
By Boiler
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Big Arnold wrote:
Thu Jul 04, 2019 6:18 pm
I've just realised that there is one upside to No-deal. These nutters won't be MEPs in November.
But, and I hate to reduce things to such base terms, isn't that a bit like saying "If I cut my cock off I won't get any STDs"?
 
By MisterMuncher
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I'm especially tickled by Widdecombe's comparison to leaving the EU with slipping of the yoke of imperialism. Fairly jaw dropping in the abstract, fucking hilarious juxtaposed with the sheer amount of nostalgia for the Empire driving Brexit.
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