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Post by Santi » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 02:46

Living in London, swapping Mayfair for Nine Elms (Battersea) does really sound like madness. I lived many years on Battersea, and while you have a few good bits, there are a lot of rough areas and it is not a prestigious part of London.

Mayfair is legend.
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Post by clakclak » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 03:00

BugMeister wrote:- the new US Embassy looks like a Borg cube..
- or is it just me..
I knew it reminded me of something. :D
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Post by Masterbagger » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 04:24

Who made that man a gunner?

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Post by Grim Lock » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 12:06

Masterbagger wrote:Good news mere 20% of the world and 37% of the us!

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/12/preside ... -exam.html

Healthy as a donkey.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcEc8zeNYxI

1 more year of insanity and decline of values and norms
There corrected it for you..
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Post by Bishop149 » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 12:14

Santi wrote:Living in London, swapping Mayfair for Nine Elms (Battersea) does really sound like madness. I lived many years on Battersea, and while you have a few good bits, there are a lot of rough areas and it is not a prestigious part of London.

Mayfair is legend.
Its on course to become the newest and most rapidly gentrified bits of London. They finally got permission to do something with Battersea Power station and I dunno if you've been there recently but they're building swanky multi million pound riverside flats for bankers and foreign millionaires like no ones business.
Actually, looking at the dates from a purely property speculation point of view the Bush administration made a damn good decision. But of course that wasn't the reason. The reason for the move was security, the US wanted a billion dollar high tech fortress and the old building was a) just unsuitable and b) listed so they couldn't change much.
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Post by muppetts » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 15:25

Masterbagger wrote:Good news everyone!

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/12/preside ... -exam.html

Healthy as a horse.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcEc8zeNYxI

7 more years!
Every post you make shows your stunning hypocrisy and you can't even admit it. If any of the actions committed by Trump were done by the Dems or HRC you would be on here frothing at the mouth but if Trump hires his family, lies 2500 times in 6 months, does nothing on North Korea after slamming Obama for the same, fails to engage Russia, fails to control China, apart from Jarad K caught red handed selling passports to the US for Chinese kickbacks, then by you it is ok.

Your a fake, like all Trump voters, you have no real interest in America, you only want to indulge a consistent, delusional rage, that everyone is against you and no one understands.

It's the attitude of a child, much like Trump
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Post by BugMeister » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 15:31

clakclak wrote:
BugMeister wrote:- the new US Embassy looks like a Borg cube..
- or is it just me..
I knew it reminded me of something. :D


- resistance is futile.. :lol:
- the whole universe is running in BETA mode - we're working on it.. beep..!! :D :thumb_up:

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Post by muppetts » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 15:35

clakclak wrote:
BugMeister wrote:- the new US Embassy looks like a Borg cube..
- or is it just me..
I knew it reminded me of something. :D
The Hague one is same, square block of grey concrete.
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Post by Masterbagger » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 17:42

muppetts wrote:
Every post you make shows your stunning hypocrisy and you can't even admit it. If any of the actions committed by Trump were done by the Dems or HRC you would be on here frothing at the mouth but if Trump hires his family, lies 2500 times in 6 months, does nothing on North Korea after slamming Obama for the same, fails to engage Russia, fails to control China, apart from Jarad K caught red handed selling passports to the US for Chinese kickbacks, then by you it is ok.

Your a fake, like all Trump voters, you have no real interest in America, you only want to indulge a consistent, delusional rage, that everyone is against you and no one understands.

It's the attitude of a child, much like Trump
It takes more effort to ask someone why they voted for him than making a mental caricature of what you think a Trump voter is but it's less unhealthy than projecting your own fantasy onto other people.
Who made that man a gunner?

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Post by Grim Lock » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 18:44

Pfffft most of us understand the reasons why people voted for him that's not the issue. It's your continued to be frank blind support that has most of the world baffled. If you support him you have to support his vile behavior, his constant lying and flip-flopping, his inability to surround himself with professonals, his inabilty to fil the position needed to run a goverment, his obvious racism and god-complex. And well we dont have to like people who embrace such low and disgusting standards, is that guy is who you look up to and tell your kids look i hope you grow up like him, it is perfectly fine for us to frown upon such values wether you like it or not.


Hell that IS the weirdest thing, amongst who voted voted for Trump are many people that have always claimed they needed their guns in case they needed to rise up against their corrupt government. At this point i sooner see them take up arms to defend this corrupt government! Way to be critical of your leadership!

These are the kind of idiots are representing your country now:

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pete-hoeks ... fake-news/

https://nltimes.nl/2017/12/25/us-ambass ... e-news-row
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Post by clakclak » Sat, 13. Jan 18, 19:45

Masterbagger wrote:Good news everyone!

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/12/preside ... -exam.html

Healthy as a horse.

[...]
Sure if you don't count the fact that he is 50kg overweight. Than again if I was old and rich I would probably also be overweight, but that still doesn't mean it is healthy.
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Post by Masterbagger » Sun, 14. Jan 18, 00:33

clakclak wrote:
Masterbagger wrote:Good news everyone!

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/12/preside ... -exam.html

Healthy as a horse.

[...]
Sure if you don't count the fact that he is 50kg overweight. Than again if I was old and rich I would probably also be overweight, but that still doesn't mean it is healthy.
We use pounds around here. 'Merica.
Grim Lock wrote:Pfffft most of us understand the reasons why people voted for him that's not the issue. It's your continued to be frank blind support that has most of the world baffled. If you support him you have to support his vile behavior, his constant lying and flip-flopping, his inability to surround himself with professonals, his inabilty to fil the position needed to run a goverment, his obvious racism and god-complex. And well we dont have to like people who embrace such low and disgusting standards, is that guy is who you look up to and tell your kids look i hope you grow up like him, it is perfectly fine for us to frown upon such values wether you like it or not.
Who have you voted for and what sort of scandalous things did you personally endorse? If that's the way you want to argue it then no one who has ever cast a vote has a right to judge anyone else.
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Post by brucewarren » Sun, 14. Jan 18, 00:44

Really? There was me thinking you used dollars. :P

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Post by Observe » Sun, 14. Jan 18, 00:51

Grim Lock wrote:If you support him you have to support his vile behavior...
That says it in a nutshell for me. People who act as if Trump can do no wrong, are either blinded by cultural conditioning, or they are unconcerned about having a low-life degenerate in the White House.

I can see how a person may support some of Trumps policies. I admit, there have been one or two ideas which Trump has expressed, that even I, a tree-hugging liberal, have found myself in agreement with. I didn't agree with everything Sanders or Obama or anyone else said or has done either.

However, political and philosophical differences aside, there is no getting around the lack of moral character or even common decency, in this man who the citizenry should be able to look up to as a role model and as an inspiration.

I can respect a person who tells me that they agree with some, or even most of Trump's ideas; but that they too, recognize the man is of low character. That person I can respect; even as I may vehemently disagree with them.

In contrast, it is difficult to work with those, who lack the honesty to admit, or are devoid of the simple sense of morality, to recognize Trump's many blatant shortcomings as a human being and leader of a great nation.

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Post by Masterbagger » Sun, 14. Jan 18, 01:32

Observe wrote:
Grim Lock wrote:If you support him you have to support his vile behavior...
That says it in a nutshell for me. People who act as if Trump can do no wrong, are either blinded by cultural conditioning, or they are unconcerned about having a low-life degenerate in the White House.

I can see how a person may support some of Trumps policies. I admit, there have been one or two ideas which Trump has expressed, that even I, a tree-hugging liberal, have found myself in agreement with. However, there is no getting around the lack of moral character or even common decency in the man.

I can respect a person who tells me that they agree with some, or even most of Trump's ideas; but that they too, recognize the man is of low character. That person I can respect; even as I may vehemently disagree with them.

In contrast, it is difficult to work with those, who lack the honesty to admit, or are devoid of the simple sense of morality, to recognize Trump's many blatant shortcomings as a human being or leader.
Who did you vote for? Was your candidate a perfect saint? It's a hell of hypocritical position to take if your vote wasn't for Mother Teresa.
Who made that man a gunner?

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