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I used to go on the treadmill

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Regiments / Re: 15th Yorkshire "The Snappers" mk.3
« on: September 07, 2018, 11:28:55 pm »
After my leading the other week, the 15th YR leadership have agreed that I will take over command of the regiment indefinitely.

Good luck Toffee!
Thankyou

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The Mess Hall / Re: Football thread v.2
« on: September 07, 2018, 09:25:55 pm »
Okay

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The Mess Hall / Re: Football thread v.2
« on: September 07, 2018, 09:20:17 pm »
Okay

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Regiments / Re: 15th Yorkshire "The Snappers" mk.3
« on: September 07, 2018, 05:24:51 pm »
After my leading the other week, the 15th YR leadership have agreed that I will take over command of the regiment indefinitely.

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The Mess Hall / Re: Football thread v.2
« on: September 06, 2018, 11:21:58 pm »
Okay

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 05:54:46 pm »
It’s not my fault that you all want to live in a society where some men making a stand for something that they believe in is a despicable act. But none of you get outraged when a black man is shot dead in the street. It’s a fucking embarrassment and you should all be ashamed.

Gordo loves to rant on about how Trump is the greatest thing since sliced bread but doesn’t realise that his approval ranting is tanked and he even lost the popular vote to begin with. I know my posts include a lot of emotion, but that’s not a bad thing when I believe something to be right. At least I can stand up for something that is good.

I haven't seen a meltdown this embarrassing since the days of Gluk and Nipplestockings.

You are legitimately a social justice warrior.
Okay Gordo, whatever you say mate. I'm just not gonna interact with you anymore. It's clear we both disagree.

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 05:39:44 pm »
In regards to Gordo, we're quite clearly not going to agree on anything and all this is leading to is an annoying insults match. I won't post here anymore since it's a bit of a waste of time.

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 01:27:05 pm »
They’re rich because they play the game professionally, that doesn’t mean that a lot of them don’t come from deprived backgrounds. Colin Kaepernick was born to a single mother and was given up for adoption as a child.

Whilst he is conveying his political views, it is not without just cause  but rather in response to the idea that he must stand for the anthem. He feels that he should not have to stand for something that he does not support. Based on this, you could argue that it isn’t his fault that he feels like kneeling, but rather something that is brought about by the tradition of having to stand for the flag/anthem.

It’s easy for you to sit and talk about how you don’t support that society, but by not calling those who do out on their bullshit, you’re allowing the process to continue. Sometimes it takes acts from individuals with great influence to push for positive change.

Again, I’ll remind you that my argument has been based on fact. My original point was Trump trying to quash the expression of said individuals, and I even quoted a law that would apply to him if his stance had been official party policy. These men are trying to encourage change in their country, it’s often difficult when they’re prevented from doing so by some weird nationalist tradition of forcing people to stand for the flag but we should encourage them for doing their best to inspire change for a more equal society.

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 01:01:54 pm »
Fuck off Riddlez I gave him facts backed up with sources. I haven’t pulled them out of my ass at all. These guys were peacefully protesting against an injustice and Gordo and his goonies act like they’ve just shot the president. Everyone is talking about the issue now; meaning they achieved exactly what they wanted to.

What about my argument is ridiculous? Don’t chat shit and not explain yourself. You all just ignore the fact that I literally quoted US law and how close Trump came to breaking it.

It’s not my fault that you all want to live in a society where some men making a stand for something that they believe in is a despicable act. But none of you get outraged when a black man is shot dead in the street. It’s a fucking embarrassment and you should all be ashamed.

Gordo loves to rant on about how Trump is the greatest thing since sliced bread but doesn’t realise that his approval ranting is tanked and he even lost the popular vote to begin with. I know my posts include a lot of emotion, but that’s not a bad thing when I believe something to be right. At least I can stand up for something that is good.

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 10:02:11 am »
The act got them on the front of CNN which got people talking about the issue - which is exactly what they wanted. The fact that you can’t see that is funny. The entire point of a protest is to shed light and gain publicity for an issue. Their protests have become an international talking point which is exactly what they intended.

The NFL does reserve the right to fire and might technically be within their rights to ban or fine players, but for the president of the USA to try and interfere by advocating for their firing when he is supposed to be a guardian of people’s rights to express themselves, sets a dangerous precedent of a member of government overstepping the mark. Trump does actually come close to breaking the law, as its illegal for a government official to attempt to influence a private entity’s employment decisions. The only thing that stops this code from applying is the partisan political motive, considering criticism received from within his own party for his comments. I’ll include he link to the code for reference.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/227

You just repeat the same argument over and over again with added hyperbole. 5000 posts, no fucking wonder.

For example, saying that social science has no use to society when it underpins the very rights you enjoy today.

I did not say that Toffee, I alluded to people studying for degrees that have no use to society.
Because my argument is right and you’re not doing anything to disprove it. I just gave you enough reason to prove that Trump shouldn’t be tweeting about this stuff but you can’t accept the fact that you’re wrong as usual.

I literally provided you with a code of the US law that Trump came within a technicality of breaking. Then when you know you can’t defend your ridiculous stance anymore, you start talking about random stuff like my post count. There is no hyperbole, only the truth and facts. But we all know the real reason that you don’t like the kneeling. Because somebody is willing to stand up against the kind of discriminatory America that you would love to live in.

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The Mess Hall / Re: Warband Pro Circuit - News & Awards
« on: September 06, 2018, 02:44:55 am »
Imagine arguing over a draft with fake money
imagine being british and losing to a whole bunch of farmers.
I hope that you will reread this and think back a few decades.
It's something we inherited from you.
Sorry about that

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Off Topic / Re: The General Political Thread - Brexit poll (#FSEXIT)
« on: September 06, 2018, 02:44:32 am »
Context matters, which is why the president needs to clarify. He made a generalised statement without specification and he’s being punished for it. It’s not everyone else’s fault that his goons like you follow and pick up all the shit he leaves lying about.

The act got them on the front of CNN which got people talking about the issue - which is exactly what they wanted. The fact that you can’t see that is funny. The entire point of a protest is to shed light and gain publicity for an issue. Their protests have become an international talking point which is exactly what they intended.

The NFL does reserve the right to fire and might technically be within their rights to ban or fine players, but for the president of the USA to try and interfere by advocating for their firing when he is supposed to be a guardian of people’s rights to express themselves, sets a dangerous precedent of a member of government overstepping the mark. Trump does actually come close to breaking the law, as its illegal for a government official to attempt to influence a private entity’s employment decisions. The only thing that stops this code from applying is the partisan political motive, considering criticism received from within his own party for his comments. I’ll include he link to the code for reference.
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/227

And please don’t try and patronise me. You spend your time thinking you’re better than everyone else but fail to understand a lot of basic concepts. For example, saying that social science has no use to society when it underpins the very rights you enjoy today.

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The Mess Hall / Re: Warband Pro Circuit - News & Awards
« on: September 06, 2018, 01:56:07 am »
Imagine arguing over a draft with fake money
imagine being british and losing to a whole bunch of farmers.
I hope that you will reread this and think back a few decades.

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The Mess Hall / Re: Warband Pro Circuit - News & Awards
« on: September 06, 2018, 01:51:17 am »
Imagine arguing over a draft with fake money

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