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stelfox

Member since Jul 2014 • Last active Dec 2019
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  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    Mine arrived yesterday and I live in-constituency.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    We are about to complete and went on a 2 year rather than 5 year for exactly the reason of eventually moving to Ireland, the main reason we’re in London is she’s in a great position with work.

    Keep the Camberwell place and rent in Ireland? My partners parents moved back from the US last year to Galway, it took them better part of a year to find a suitable house, and they were well positioned with cash from selling their house - they got their place by being local. So, my guess is that even without the blockers you have, with the shortage of supply over there you might have a hard time finding what you want anyway?

    You’re right it’s a different kettle of fish to over here where Brexit is pushing prices down. I can only imagine full brexit is going to screw Dublin and the suburbs even more with supply moving to address to the higher end for misplaced finance people.

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Ah. Thanks

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    The brevet insulated jacket is in the sale - that has been great for me the last few weeks

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    Pro team kit - I got the thermal long sleeve yesterday. What’s the little stretchy tab with a french swear on it in the rear left pocket?

  • in Bikes & Bits
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    The T-shirts feel good and thick. Might cop

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    Yeah I suppose so, do an Israel/ Spain. The idea seemed unthinkable not that long ago

    @Malaconotus thank you. I suspected almost as much (population density, more crossings) but 275 really does beggar believe.

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    I guess that’s a downside of seeming like you aren’t lying to gain power

    I know it seems toxic for Lib Dem’s to say they would coalition but it’s going to be odd if they do given their stance. It is a bed of their own making though

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    It is a lot more difficult. Part of the GFA balancing act is to respect the identities of the communities involved. Easy travel and trade is part of that. Also the less physical signs of the British state the less things there are to attack.

    The physical border is another problem - an everyday journey may take on road(s) that criss cross it many times - I’d assume this would be similar on the Scots-English border?

    Another issue with NI is the danger of unionist terrorists. Rangers fans aside I dunno if the Scottish unionist community had such a violent element as in NI, but I really don’t know so happy for someone to correct that.

  • in Miscellaneous and Meaningless
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    I've never used milk and find it fine

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