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#1260 - #offtofighttheinfidel 22 hours ago on Are you really human? 0
#1259 - Nice shirt 22 hours ago on Are you really human? 0
#1258 - I'm the one in the middle. 22 hours ago on Are you really human? 0
#67 - There is no doubt that much of the support for the Conservativ…  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on Scotland 0
User avatar #68 - inquisition (22 hours ago) [-]
That's a very sweeping statement, and voting for conservatives in England has no bearing on the Scots votes for the SNP. Labour also promised not to coalition with the SNP, so any fears would be baseless.

Around 10 in my immediate area, one of whom spends most of his time sitting outside his house drinking and browsing the internet on his laptop. 3 of whom are mothers who I can only assume are living on child benefit, seeing as they don't leave the house for work either. One guy spends his paycheck on at least 3 four-packs of strongbow every week. They also "homeschool" their kids, when they're really having their kids do manual labour, but that's a different kettle of fish.

I don't know how I can be any clearer. If your net worth is seriously so low that you can't afford your rice and other bulk cheap food, or you seriously can't afford the difference between greasy chip shop chicken and a can of beans or soup from the supermarket, then what the fuck is the matter with you. A chicken and chips at my local shithole corner kebab place is £3. For the same price you can buy four cans of heinz soup. Granted, you can't live on heinz soup, but it's definitely more healthy than the alternative, and you can use the money saved to buy real food. There's no excuse for being unhealthy.

There's nothing "technical" about it. Tax avoidance is not a crime. Money gets reinvested and share prices rise, so not only will they be putting some of the money directly back into their company (staffed by British people), it will also be good for investors. Businesses aren't just evil faceless villains out to steal government money.
#40 - So what's the secret to falling down stairs? 23 hours ago on stories from a stunt man! 0
#168 - Believe it or not it's the Unionists you have to watch. Their … 23 hours ago on title +2
#65 - Obviously not, that's why it's good that we've got an SNP dele…  [+] (3 new replies) 23 hours ago on Scotland 0
User avatar #66 - inquisition (23 hours ago) [-]
You said we were " scared of a strong Scottish voice in Westminster". No one not living in Scotland will vote for more Scottish involvement in Westminster. "Us Southerners" voted in David Cameron because we thought he'd be best for leading the country, and our vote has no effect on Scottish leanings and certainly doesn't demonstrate "fear of a strong Scottish voice". It's your responsibility to get your voice into parliament.

By working hard and being ambitious whilst taking advantage of your education, No one owes you anything, and the welfare system as it stands makes people lazy and entitled. You're going under the assumption that everyone on benefits is working as hard as they can and allocating all of their funds efficiently but still can't manage anything better than a minimum wage job, which just isn't the case.

Fast food is expensive as fuck when compared to whole foods that can be found in supermarket. You said people buy food on a "day to day basis". That's the problem. Buying food like that increases the overheads instead of buying a large amount of (substantially healthier) food and eating it over time, it's part of correct fund allocation.

Local economy, no, national economy, yes. And I did google that and found no "dozens of results". Furthermore, tax avoidance isn't a crime, tax evasion is a crime. And it's possible to contribute to an economy through other ways, not just tax.
User avatar #67 - thegamegestapo (23 hours ago) [-]
There is no doubt that much of the support for the Conservative party came out of fears that the SNP would be the partner in a Labour coalition.

I don't know what planet you're from but I know it's not one where the usual rules apply. How many people on benefits do you personally know who are "lazy and entitled"?

I don't know how to say this any clearer. Buying a larger amount of food is cheaper in the long run but requires more cash in hand at the time of purchase. When you do not have enough to buy the large amount, you have to buy the smaller amount. Seriously, try to live off a minimum wage budget, you might learn something.

Please explain how it contributes to the economy. You're correct, tax avoidance is technically not a crime but my point was that the money is not going back into the economy through BAE systems, it goes into the coffers of a multinational corporation.
User avatar #68 - inquisition (22 hours ago) [-]
That's a very sweeping statement, and voting for conservatives in England has no bearing on the Scots votes for the SNP. Labour also promised not to coalition with the SNP, so any fears would be baseless.

Around 10 in my immediate area, one of whom spends most of his time sitting outside his house drinking and browsing the internet on his laptop. 3 of whom are mothers who I can only assume are living on child benefit, seeing as they don't leave the house for work either. One guy spends his paycheck on at least 3 four-packs of strongbow every week. They also "homeschool" their kids, when they're really having their kids do manual labour, but that's a different kettle of fish.

I don't know how I can be any clearer. If your net worth is seriously so low that you can't afford your rice and other bulk cheap food, or you seriously can't afford the difference between greasy chip shop chicken and a can of beans or soup from the supermarket, then what the fuck is the matter with you. A chicken and chips at my local shithole corner kebab place is £3. For the same price you can buy four cans of heinz soup. Granted, you can't live on heinz soup, but it's definitely more healthy than the alternative, and you can use the money saved to buy real food. There's no excuse for being unhealthy.

There's nothing "technical" about it. Tax avoidance is not a crime. Money gets reinvested and share prices rise, so not only will they be putting some of the money directly back into their company (staffed by British people), it will also be good for investors. Businesses aren't just evil faceless villains out to steal government money.
#163 - Yeah, big time in Scotland. We quite often pretend it…  [+] (2 new replies) 23 hours ago on title 0
User avatar #164 - Gandalfthewhite (23 hours ago) [-]
While we're on the topic, how's the Anglophobia going up there anyway?
#168 - thegamegestapo (23 hours ago) [-]
Believe it or not it's the Unionists you have to watch. Their predominantly the psycho Orange Order types.

This is a picture from the day after the referendum. Who the hell riots when you win a n election.
#286 - It's just a name, like "Beautiful Ones". It… 23 hours ago on Interesting Facts 0
#160 - Artisans got the vote in Britain largely because they showed m…  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on title 0
#167 - yodawgiheard (23 hours ago) [-]
kwanzalord and I had a discussion on the topic in the posts below. You're not wrong, but neither am I.

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User avatar #6 to #5 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
You "heard" me?

geddit? Heard/herd? amiright?
#7 to #6 - murrlogic has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #8 to #7 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
I'm sorry, do I know you?
User avatar #9 to #8 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
Nope.
User avatar #10 to #9 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
Do I get any explanation at all?
User avatar #11 to #10 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
What is there to explain?
User avatar #12 to #11 - thegamegestapo (05/22/2015) [-]
Who are you? What are you doing? Why me? Is there an actual correlation between number of pirates world wide and the rate of climate change?
User avatar #13 to #12 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
>Who are you?

Murr

>What are you doing?

Looking for people to talk to

>Why me?

why not?
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