Now it's getting silly

yin ewe

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Co Antrim
No worries so my Irish mates say , we've got a warehouse in NI
Maybe it's a bit like the cattle house that straddled the border, went in one end NI came out the other ROI, or vice versa, depending on where the money could be made........................................allegedly.
 

Agrivator

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All the problems would be solved if Southern Ireland would leave the EU along with the UK.

And they could still send us their beef and dairy produce, work and vote over here, attend Cheltenham, watch our TV programmes. As far as I can see, they have enormous cultural ties with us, but hardly any with the rest of Europe.
 

Exfarmer

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Location
Bury St Edmunds
I have no interest in American politics, that is for Americans not myself.
I just report what is the truth.
The american manufacturing figures are what is reported by US data. At the lowest figure in ten years.
American job figures are as you say up, as UK job figures are.
I know transcripts when I see them, and fake transcripts are fake transcripts. If you see no , oh, no, um, no , uh uh, no sorry , no gap, its fake fake fake
 

Honest john

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Location
Fenland
All the problems would be solved if Southern Ireland would leave the EU along with the UK.

And they could still send us their beef and dairy produce, work and vote over here, attend Cheltenham, watch our TV programmes. As far as I can see, they have enormous cultural ties with us, but hardly any with the rest of Europe.
They watch Sky BBC etc etc.

Next year it’s German & France TV.

Buy there stuff in NI as it’s mostly cheaper.
 

Danllan

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Location
Sir Gar / Carms
I expect you have seen a fair number of phone transcripts, would you say I am not correct?
It is similar to his staccato speech pattern when he isn't reading a script, but I don't doubt it's been fixed.

But my point was not about that, it was that you don't always post the 'truth', as in objective fact; you often post opinion as well.
 

Exfarmer

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Location
Bury St Edmunds
It is similar to his staccato speech pattern when he isn't reading a script, but I don't doubt it's been fixed.

But my point was not about that, it was that you don't always post the 'truth', as in objective fact; you often post opinion as well.
I do normally like to make it plain in my posts when it is just my opinion
 

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