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Thursday, 28 January 2016

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Duffers - we don't need to ask for any favours. The route to Brexit is relatively straightforward in actual fact. We announce we are leaving as provided for under article 50.

There follows a two year negoatiation period as the terms are hammered out but as it is in everybody's interest but especially Germany's that we remain part of the single market that is what happens.

There are of course masses of other details but the outlines are those.

There is no economic armagheddon and the messy divorce scenario smacks more or MSM BS than useful information.

However it quite possibly won't come pass at all because I think the British people too chicken to vote to leave and the British governmental too craven and uninterested to look out for the British people's best interests, which is of course to leave.

However it is also possible that this year's crises once they start kicking off in earnest might be enough to make it fall apart of its own volition or at least make the Leave decision less stressful.

But, Cuffers, "The route to Brexit is relatively straightforward in actual fact" but 'Dim Dave' does not want to exit. And if the Eurocrats don't get their way they will exact their revenge - remember, they are deeply, deeply stupid!

The wild card in all this are the border crossing hordes of Islamic "culture enrichers".

"as it is in everybody's interest but especially Germany's that we remain part of the single market that is what happens."

The trouble with this is that it assumes rational behaviour by the participating governments. Hands up all those who think the German government is rational?

From my wife\s quilting group:

A man wakes up in the hospital, bandaged from head to foot.
>>
>> The doctor comes in and says, "Ah, I see you've regained consciousness.
>> Now, you probably won't remember, but you were in a pile-up on the motorway.
>> You're going to be okay, you'll walk again and everything, but...
>> Something happened. I'm trying to break this gently, but the fact is, your
>> willy was chopped off in the wreck and we were unable to find it."
>>
>> The man groans, but the doctor goes on, "You've got £9,000 in insurance
>> compensation coming and we have the technology now to build you a new willy that will work as well as your old one did - better in fact! But the thing
>> is, it doesn't come cheap. It's £1,000 an inch."
>>
>> The man perks up at this. "So," the doctor says, "It's for you to decide how
>> many inches you want. But it's something you'd better discuss with your
>> wife. I mean, if you had a five inch one before, and you decide to go for a
>> nine incher, she might be a bit put out. But if you had a nine inch one
>> before, and you decide only to invest in a five incher this time, she might
>> be disappointed. So it's important that she plays a role in helping you make the decision."
>>
>> The man agrees to talk with his wife.
>>
>> The doctor comes back the next day. "So," says the doctor, "have you spoken
>> with your wife?"
>>
>> "I have," says the man.
>>
>> "And what is the decision?" asks the doctor.
>>
>> "We're having granite worktops".
>>

"we should not expect any favours"

So, nothing new there, then.

BOE, I might have to join Mrs. BOE's quilting club, they have a much better standard of jokes than you will ever find here!

Not only do they have no vacancies, there is a waiting list! I do pass on your jokes to them on Wednesday's.

Well, if you tell 'em I'm dead good looking as well as a jokester that should jump me up the queue!

David that might be a bridge too far.

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