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The Lounge / Re: The Funny/Stupid Pics Thread
« Last post by Askold on June 17, 2017, 10:53:30 am »
I can't help but think that the actual Nazis would've sent him straight to the gas chamber for wearing a fake vaguely German-looking officer's hat with eyeliner.

If you mean the picture in the lower right... That's from some sofcore Nazi-porn. Someone one Reddit tracked down that picture because they had a hunch that she wasn't wearing any clothes other than the hat in the full picture, and they were correct.
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The Lounge / Re: The Funny/Stupid Pics Thread
« Last post by Art Vandelay on June 17, 2017, 10:43:14 am »
I can't help but think that the actual Nazis would've sent him straight to the gas chamber for wearing a fake vaguely German-looking officer's hat with eyeliner.
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The Lounge / Re: The Funny/Stupid Pics Thread
« Last post by Askold on June 17, 2017, 10:27:39 am »



I was not aware that you could be 1/16 a Nazi and 15/16 something else. I suppose it could mean that he only agrees with 1/16 of the National Socialist agenda or that he is a member of the first company 16th battalion of Nazis? Because otherwise he seems to consider Nazism something you inherit, like the Yanks who say that they are 1/8th Irish or something.
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The Lounge / Re: Things That Annoy You
« Last post by Svata on June 17, 2017, 09:16:39 am »
So, I may have caused a bot in discord to queue an entire album instead of a song that shares the album's name. I just made people listen to the whole Ride the Lightning album. I am a bad person.
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You can spin it any way you want, but fact is she wanted more seats, and she wound up with less.

Yes, you can spin it any way you want.  This is how you lot have managed to turn a party that got nowhere near a majority or even a plurality into the victors on the grounds that they "got more seats than last time".  By that logic we should should be putting that non-entity from the LibDems on a pedestal for turning things round after the 2015 hilarity...oh wait no lol.

It's even more amusing when you think that this "glorious victory" for Jeremy Corbyn where the tories got absolutely "crushed" to use Lt Lenin's words is probably just going to result in a Tory government with some DUP hangers on.  The DUP being a party you lot are already SCREECHING about due to their old fashioned homophobia.

If that's what you call a victory for the progressive side, I think you may have a bit of a disconnect with reality.

Let me repeat and summarize. Theresa May called a snap election that she didn't have to when her party was up 17 points in the polls (to put this in perspective, the Tories won 330 seats, just over a majority. with a popular vote of 36.9-30.4 over Labour). Winning by anywhere nears 17 points would greatly improve her party's control of Parliament. But, over the course of several weeks, May bungled her party's lead in the polls, closing its lead to an average of 6.4% (a polling shift of 10.6%). Come election day, May's party further under-performed, winning only by 2.4% of the popular vote (a total shift of 14.6% over fifty days).

I repeat, she lost her party's majority, her main opposition gained seats, and all of that could have been avoided if she hadn't called a snap election or if she would manage to hang on to a 6.9% popular vote win with a head start of 17%. It's not that Corbyn and Labour "won," (although, they are the main beneficiaries of May's bungled gamble): it's that May made an obvious gamble that was safe, albeit unnecessary, and shit the bed in a way that left her party noticeably worse for wear.

But hey, continue crying because your glorious leader couldn't hold onto 330 seats. Salty much?
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Last I heard Corbyn's Comrades were still in a distant second.
And last I heard that second was so not-distant that May was forced into an unwieldy alliance with the DUP!

But don't let reality get in the way of your Tory bloviating!

As above.  Glorious victory for left wing voters, having a coalition of the Tories and DUP in government.

But hey, I hope you enjoy Corbyn's victory as much as I will :)
The DUP may be so socially conservative as to be actually fundie but they don't favor a hard Brexit, or Tory economic austerity it seems.

The most enjoyable part for me Conty? Your Thatcherite  policies are getting arsefucked by flag-waving sectarian fundies who parade around in bowler hats just like your avatar. Well, bowler hats are actually more British than stovepipes.

Oh and "Brexit lite" is, ""just like being in the EU-but without a say at the table". Cheerio!
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Last I heard Corbyn's Comrades were still in a distant second.
And last I heard that second was so not-distant that May was forced into an unwieldy alliance with the DUP!

But don't let reality get in the way of your Tory bloviating!

As above.  Glorious victory for left wing voters, having a coalition of the Tories and DUP in government.

But hey, I hope you enjoy Corbyn's victory as much as I will :)
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Politics and Government / Re: A Vote for Jeremy Corbyn is a vote against the Jew
« Last post by Askold on June 17, 2017, 06:07:04 am »
Well, the Tories went from being able to run the government all by themselves to being forced to compromise to get the DUP to play team.

And seeing as even DUP opposes hard BREXIT (at least publicly) it may be that May has to settle for soft-BREXIT, aka "the same deal as the one Norway has."

And now that France mentioned that they would not oppose if Britain were to cancel BREXIT things are not so good for Tories.

If the Labour gets to the government before BREXIT is over the entire trainwreck may be canceled, meaning that all that came from it was Britain losing their face and a lot of tax payer money spent for nothing. If on the other hand Tories have to go for a soft-BREXIT Britain will have to pay the same taxes to EU that they have paid so far and obey all the laws and directives of EU with no official way to influence those laws.
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Last I heard Corbyn's Comrades were still in a distant second.
And last I heard that second was so not-distant that May was forced into an unwieldy alliance with the DUP!

But don't let reality get in the way of your Tory bloviating!
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Politics and Government / Re: A Vote for Jeremy Corbyn is a vote against the Jew
« Last post by dpareja on June 17, 2017, 04:27:38 am »
"Theresa May lost and Jeremy Corbyn didn't win."
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