EU referendum, brexit and the aftermath

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  • Woah - that's some ignore list.

  • Page 2,000 ?

    Could it ?

  • ^^Or just a few verbose people.

  • Congrats @villa-ru


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  • wow the size of your echo chamber is measurable!

  • You know how to hurt a man, Will

  • Not you Rockefeller; I have to live vicariously through someone.

  • Bring it on. Says Richard burgon.

    A man who has singularly failed to prove he's anymore capable than Barry Gardiner.

  • Where are they keeping all the commemorative 31/10/19 Brexit 50 pence pieces?

  • Katie Hopkins also made a promise for if "we" aren't out 31/10.

    Like Boris' ditch, probably going nowhere.

  • Not sure anyone wants to see that without eyebleach though.

  • Apparently Corbyn discussing a new timetable for the WAB with Johnson. Not sure why he would do that? Surely now it's election time...Can't wait till Brexit is done, Tories would romp home. Delaying any longer will start to look as though they are scared.

    Publically say they'll call an election as soon as the EU confirm the extension, EU confirms and off we go.

  • Have you put me on ignore?

  • uwotm8?


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  • It is indeed the sort of stunt best witnessed through high quality blind-folds.

  • I think it will be good to expose the 'deal' for the sham it is, then have a GE. At the moment it sounds like all the brexiters can just vote for the Tories, but with a bit of scrutiny that we might not get in a GE campaign, people could do with seeing that BJ can't actually get a good deal.

  • Apparently Corbyn discussing a new timetable for the WAB with Johnson. Not sure why he would do that? Surely now it's election time

    Thats what he promised last night - defeated the timetable, then offered to discuss it.

    The talks have already ended with no solution - this was guaranteed as for Boris to back even a two week timetable to debate the bill, he'd have to die in his ditch and it would be amended such that it still wasn't passed at the end.

    Election imminent.

  • How can you have an election and Brexit by Oct 31 but not die in a ditch?

  • He'll plead that parliament asked for the extension, and parliament accepted it - not his decision.

    If he were to accept Corbyn's offer of a longer timetable, he'll be seen as complicit in missing the 31st deadline, which brings the ditch into play.

    It's just about his narrative, clearly its all his fault, but he doesn't want it to look that way.

  • BJ not following through on yesterday's threats makes him even weaker

  • How can you have an election and Brexit by Oct 31 but not die in a ditch?

    I hope this one has a good punchline.

  • As usual, short thread from Ian Dunt has the lo down.

    TL;dr - we're fucked. It's mad. No-one knows shit.

  • Woah - that's some ignore list.

    Somewhere I have some code that pulls down a thread and given the info in a pic like that it can try and guess who would need to be ignored for the page numbers to match up like that.

    It's much more accurate if there's a direct correlation between post numbers such as in ts's image.

    (*checks LFGSS robots.txt file* - still safe to run on lfgss, might give it another go although need to rate limit it to be kinder to the server on a 1000 page thread.)

    (I just use a mental ignore list.)

  • When you have a guesstimate list of who a user ignores, then what?

    Do you try and create "ignore networks"? So you've got This Person + This Person ignore That Person + That Person. Because This Person interacts with These People +vely, then Those People will be ignored?

  • Or do you generate a "most ignored person" top 10, dress up like Gary Davies and get drunk on Malibu and Coke before passing out in your pants in the front room, with Kate Bush and Jennifer Rush blaring away?

    obvs: you can edit this to be Dom Cummings, Jennifer Acuri, and BJ, for more relevant stuff.

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