What Brexit Deal would be acceptable to you?

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
Which was the post after you stepped in to the response I gave to another poster..

A simple, “sorry I was mistaken” would do.
I did think that "AV Forums" gave a clue to the site.

"forum" - A situation or meeting in which people can talk about a problem or matter
especially of public interest.

I'm not actually aware of a rule where people can't post after someone else does.
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
I did think that "AV Forums" gave a clue to the site.

"forum" - A situation or meeting in which people can talk about a problem or matter
especially of public interest.

I'm not actually aware of a rule where people can't post after someone else does.
You’re hilarious, and possibly even 10 years’ old . First you use the same emoji I did, with no relevance, then you go back and mark a previous post of mine as ‘sad’, because I marked yours as such. Do you ever have your own thoughts or just copy everyone else’s because you’re so delicate?

As for your post, the first one that you quoted me, was I wrong in suggesting that our Government, and the party that props them up, should have keeping the union together as a first priority?
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
You’re hilarious, and possibly even 10 years’ old .
Yep, you too.

First you mark emojis as "funny" but get offended if it's done to you. Now you mark them as "sad" and get offended if it's done to you.

You honestly don't think I find your posts "funny" or "sad?"

Honestly?
Do you ever have your own thoughts or just copy everyone else?
Do you? Try posting them rather than posting emojis and then getting upset when it's you.
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
As for your post, the first one that you quoted me, was I wrong in suggesting that our Government, and the party that props them up, should have keeping the union together as a first priority?
Shouldn't democracy be the first priority?

If the Scottish referendum had come down for Scottish Independence, what is the priority, keeping the union together or honouring the vote?

We voted to leave the EU, are we ignoring it because of what might happen?
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
Shouldn't democracy be the first priority?

If the Scottish referendum had come down for Scottish Independence, what is the priority, keeping the union together or honouring the vote?

We voted to leave the EU, are we ignoring it because of what might happen?
Leaving the EU didn’t include breaking up the Union in the process, which was the point. The fact you voted to leave bears no relevance on that.

Also, the Comres poll you shared the other day, showing a 44/54% agree result for Brexit by any means, also showed a majority percentage for cancelling Brexit if it risked impacting Ireland. I guess some people who voted Leave considered things outside themselves?
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
Yep, you too.

First you mark emojis as "funny" but get offended if it's done to you. Now you mark them as "sad" and get offended if it's done to you.

You honestly don't think I find your posts "funny" or "sad?"

Honestly?
Do you? Try posting them rather than posting emojis and then getting upset when it's you.
I’m not getting offended?

You’re the one that appears to get upset over emojis, then accuse others of it. Come on, at least be honest about it. I really don’t care if you mark every one of my posts funny/sad retrospectively (lets be honest, you probably will), it just looks a bit pathetic but I guess it’s not exactly life or death :)
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
Leaving the EU didn’t include breaking up the Union in the prices, which was the point. The fact you voted to leave bears no relevance on that.
I assumed we would all accept the vote and be behind it. It seems that some people refuse to accept it and they are prepared to stay in the EU at any cost, regardless of it being a UK vote.

The UK was in the EU, the UK voted to leave.

Either all of the UK accepts the result or we leave and those who don't accept it will be the ones who are breaking up the UK.
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
I’m not getting offended?

You’re the one that appears to get upset over emojis, then accuse others of it. Come on, at least be honest about it.
Says you who keeps being upset by it, let's be honest about it.
I really don’t care if you mark every one of my posts funny/sad retrospectively (lets be honest, you probably will), it just looks a bit pathetic but I guess it’s not exactly life or death :)
Then you won't be upset by it again. :)
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
I assumed we would all accept the vote and be behind it. It seems that some people refuse to accept it and they are prepared to stay in the EU at any cost, regardless of it being a UK vote.

The UK was in the EU, the UK voted to leave.

Either all of the UK accepts the result or we leave and those who don't accept it will be the ones who are breaking up the UK.
What are you on about? The conversation was discussing whether or not a hard border would be erected in Ireland. The other poster suggested that it was Ireland’s problem, and the “UK” should be the priority.

The conversation had nothing to do with the vote itself, what leaving meant or what you wanted.
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
What are you on about? The conversation was discussing whether or not a hard border would be erected in Ireland. The other poster suggested that it was Ireland’s problem, and the UK should be the priority.

The conversation had nothing to do with the vote itself, what leaving meant or what you wanted.
And I've posted several times on what the EU would do. Do we need their views again?
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
And I've posted several times on what the EU would do. Do we need their views again?
Who’s quoting the EU?

It’s the UK as a whole union that was being discussed, not the EU. Not all posts need to lead back to the big bad mean EU or what you personally want.

And yes, I funnied your post. Before there are more tit for tat posts, I funnied it because I don’t think you even see how you come across on here, even when it’s plainly pointed out to you. But thanks for reinforcing my previous statements. I’m guessing, “you too” is coming up next.
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
Who’s quoting the EU?
I did.
It’s the UK as a whole union that was being discussed, not the EU. Not all posts need to lead back to the big bad mean EU or what you personally want.
And not all posts are about what you personally want. This is a Brexit thread in a Brexit forum.
And yes, I funnied your post. Before there are more tit for tat posts, I funnied it because I don’t think you even see how you come across on here, even when it’s plainly pointed out to you.
And you to.
But thanks for reinforcing my previous statements. I’m guessing, “you too” is coming up next.
And thanks for reinforcing my statements. You are unaware of your own posts when they are pointed out to you.

You defend the EU and Labour on everything. Everything. Hence why I call you a spin doctor. Someone posts something critical and you have to jump in to defend them. Every time.

You post as a series of questions and once you run out of things to say you start "funnying" posts, if it is done to you you get upset by it.

If I post then it's "a rant."

If I funny your post "I'm immature," if you do it, it's because you find it funny.

Having being pointed out to you, that you do it, you changed it to "sad," if it's done to you, you get upset, because nothing you post could ever be "funny" or "sad" to anyone else.

Seriously, look at your own posts and what you do, and how you get if it's done to you.
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
Seriously, look at your own posts and what you do, and how you get if it's done to you.
You’re a poet
And you didn’t know it.

Anyway, as I was saying, Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, so the Government responsible for the entire Union should be considering the best outcome for all members, not just those on the mainland.
 

Bl4ckGryph0n

Distinguished Member
You’re a poet
And you didn’t know it.

Anyway, as I was saying, Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom, so the Government responsible for the entire Union should be considering the best outcome for all members, not just those on the mainland.
There was a democratic vote and the majority wants to leave. It is that simple.
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
Oh no you weren't...There were two involved, no need to pretend to be innocent.
There’s no pretending to be innocent.

I’m sure you read my posts and could see me explaining my point, whilst trying to understand why the topic was moving back to the vote/what leaving meant. In fact, it’s what you’ve just done too.
 

Bl4ckGryph0n

Distinguished Member
Again, I wasn’t denying that, the post was simply talking about Ireland being part of the UK geographically!
Northern Ireland you mean? But that wasn’t the key point. There was a referendum where ALL including Northern Ireland voted and the UK had a majority direction. That is what the government should implement. It’s a shame for those who didn’t want that, but hey you can’t always get what you want. You get what you need :)
 

weaviemx5

Distinguished Member
Northern Ireland you mean? But that wasn’t the key point. There was a referendum where ALL including Northern Ireland voted and the UK had a majority direction. That is what the government should implement. It’s a shame for those who didn’t want that, but hey you can’t always get what you want. You get what you need :)
Please show me where I said anything about leaving not being implemented, denying the vote took place, suggesting a second referendum etc etc

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The geographical fact that (Northern) Ireland is part of the UK was the entire point of my post. I was then accused of “picking spots”, and I responded by suggesting why I would have thought that the two “Unionist” Parties running our Government might have keeping the Union together higher on their agenda.

Even in the Brexit thread, every post doesn’t have to come back round to “we won, you lost, get over it”
 
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Willem55

Standard Member
Acceptable for me would be any exit from the one miss May made to a hard brexit, as long as UK pick up their share of the tab on all the money committed the by the EU when they were a part of the EU, otherwise do what you got to do and go prove it was the best thing for the UK.
Just don't expect a free lunch from the EU no more community to the East. bye bye
 

Panavision

Active Member
A concrete deal with the EU that addresses all the issues and then a legal confirmatory vote. I know many people who have changed their mind. Remain to leave, leave to remain.
 

Willem55

Standard Member
I believe that ship has sailed.... with mrs May.
Only thing to do now is buy a Guy Fawkes mask and go to Westminster on Halloween.
 

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