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No Brexit deal Urda (ID: a16f45)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid:   242426

Oy it is hard to fook up something this badly.

May is definitely a keeper.Herr Junker might be a tad pissed though.

(ID: 88dd06)Country code: tux.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242515

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>>242426
Hey merica, wanna take bets on how bad brittan screws the pooch now that their supply line to tea is cut off?

(ID: 07ba7a)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242520

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>>242515
they should be fine, i think

although it's pretty dumb they arent going fully through with brexit
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Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242524

>>242520

But we are. No deal is the automatic opinion should we reach the 29th.

The 'deal' is dead. The EU will no longer negotiate and while our parliament cries and shouts about not wanting no deal all they can do to stop it is ask the EU for an extension.

Which the EU will no doubt laugh at beacause there is no point to a extension when nobody in parliament knows what they want one for.

Well, other than to try and stop brexit but less said about the government working against what it's people want the better.

(ID: 07ba7a)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242526

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>>242524
are you though

i keep hearing about how the deal is done and keeps getting struck down

you guys have a right sovereignty

i just wonder when it is going to happen

a lost pony !piNKiEPie. (ID: 046cf7)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242528

>>242524
Theres still the option to cancel entirely? Keep the status quo?

Or is EU tossing y'all out regardless now?

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242541

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>>242526

Oh trust me, our political system is unique. Probably one of the oldest systems of goverment still active.

Doesn't make it any less confusing.

>>242528

We voted to leave. We shall leave.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242546

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>>242528
>>242526

Just as a little extra, in case you did not know our government just prior to the vote sent out a goverment leaflet to every single house in the United Kingdom.

Taxpayers money went into making and sending it.

The leaflet itself was nothing more than a propaganda leaflet begging people to vote remain in order to save David Camerons job. (And was mostly seen as free toliet paper by myself and many others)

I would like to point out a few things in the leaflet, image related, being the text from the leaflet.

'Once in a generation decision'

'The goverment will implement what you decide'

We decided to leave in a once in a generation vote.
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Anonymous (ID: c2ee0c)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242566

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I gave up on trying to figure out this situation. All that's left is for the final foot to fall and England becomes independent once again.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242567

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>>242566

>UK leaves the EU

>Northern Ireland rejoins Ireland and becomes a United Ireland
>Scotland becomes Independent
>'united' kingdom is now just England and Wales
>DON'T YOU BE GETTING ANY IDEAS WALES
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F!FFFFFFbcDc (ID: 86a5c2)Country code: ponychan.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242568

>>242541
>our political system is unique

Can you please tell me why it is still acceptable to always scream, shouting when others tries to talk and throwing around stuff, it is like a giant kindergarden.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242569

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>>242568

Because it's fun.

There's the answer. There are many others but that's the real honest answer.

Thankfully however we do have the Speaker, who tries to keep order.

Currently John Bercow, who as many know is an absolute roasting savage, gif related.

Mk17 (p-hone) (ID: b27620)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242571

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>>242546
Is this recent?

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242576

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>mfw Nigel Farage goes on PragerU to spread propaganda

AustroSpike (ID: 32568f)Country code: at, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242580

>>242569
Next guy should be someone going
OOOORDEEEER REEEEEE FUCKING MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT

EMF Crossbow Pone (Thread Pet)!.MinxyTeTI (ID: fecd74)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242583

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Apparently a hard Brexit is going to hurt the people who voted for Brexit the most.

Which is good, because if you thought this was a good idea you're actually retarded.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242585

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>>242583

>Wanting independence is a bad thing

>Looking at France on fire, wow gee EU doing great there
>Look at Greece what a great economy nice job EU
>My I wonder how the Polish goverment and it's people feel about the EU bet they love it

You're right, we should surrender all our national sovereignty to Germany. I mean, Germans are the good guys right? They would never try to take over Europe.

F (ID: 86a5c2)Country code: ponychan.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242588

>>242585
...you want freedom because of problems that were caused by EU not micromanaging enough, which is only solved by EU giving each country less freedom?

Zeke Roa (ID: d840a3)Country code: stallman.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242589

>>242583
>going to hurt the people who voted for Brexit the most.
How?

=J= (ID: 560eeb)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242593

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>>242588
Generally speaking, larger governments tend to compound the inefficiencies of all their constituent parts, and almost inherently result in less personal freedom as a result. More management of local things from on high results in more problems than less management, while more local management tends to do the opposite.
Decentralization is the only answer.

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242602

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>>242589
>We find that voting Leave is associated with older age, white ethnicity, low educational attainment, infrequent use of smartphones and the internet, receiving benefits, adverse health and low life satisfaction. [1]

Leaving the EU will very likely result in property value going down, which is beneficial for rich people looking to grow their wealth.

Import goods will get more expensive. Exporting will also be more expensive and a lot of jobs will be lost. Economic growth has already slowed to a crawl.

---
1. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0176268018301320

F!FFFFFFbcDc (ID: 86a5c2)Country code: ponychan.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242603

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>>242593
Or more punishment for the freedom lovers.

=J= (ID: 560eeb)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242604

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>>242603
...smaller tyrants dealing harsher punishments than larger ones?...

Zeke Roa (ID: d840a3)Country code: stallman.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242608

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>>242602
Yikes.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242682

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So for all your outsiders looking in I have decided to sum up tonight's events

We no longer have a Prime Minister.

Well we do but in name only. The Goverment is also on the verge of collapse. Nobody can agree to anything, not even to disagree.

So to sum it up image related

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>>242682
>UK has a government shutdown

Anonymous (ID: 857d02)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242771

>>242682
>The Goverment is also on the verge of collapse.
Holy shit, is it really that bad? That's like Venezeula-tier catastrophe. Will other countries invade you and install a new government?

(ID: b49c72)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242780

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>>242682
>Nobody can agree to anything, not even to disagree.
sounds like a normal day in politics

Mythix(element of psychological warfare)!wG1CV58ydQ (ID: c9bb40)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242783

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>>242682
But can they agree to how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop?

Anonymous (ID: 12e400)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242798

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>>242682
So you miss David Cameron?

That is ok I miss him too.

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242806

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>>242798

Not really. Nobody does.

Although compared to May at least Cameron was in control.

I kind of miss Gordon Brown really.

Which is funny given he was Labour and Scortish

Still that's the last time I felt like we had a Prime Minister that the majority of people in the country respected.

Urda (ID: 12e400)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242808

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>>242806
Do you want May to be kicked out?

Anonymous (ID: 6f4cf8)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242817

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>>242524
>No deal is the automatic opinion should we reach the 29th.
isn't yesterdays vote against no deal the compelte oposite though. Why aren't these politicians being tried for treason

Anonymous (ID: 6f4cf8)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242818

>>242602
all these claims are extremely short sited though. id imagine most who voted knew it would be damaging in the short term but this isn't about the short term it's about the future of britain. we will recover

Anonymous (ID: 6f4cf8)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242819

>>242568
it's fun to watch though desu, especially when the politicians completely btfo eachother

Maroon Auburn!QEUQfdPtTM (ID: fd880a)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242824

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>>242817

Last nights vote was symbolic and non legally binding.

However it's result should be a clear and obvious message to all 17 million who voted leave that the goverment does not wish to listen to the people nor do they listen to the result of democratic votes of the public.

Shit's pretty fucked.

>>242808

Would be nice, but not going to happen. May is unbreakable. She would never leave her position as PM unless she was dragged out kicking and screaming.

We need a pro brexit and anti EU PM who can just say

'You know what, fuck it. The people voted to leave. Leave we shall.'

Now wouldn't that be nice? Just a fantasy sadly.

After all, would require a general election which we don't have the time nor do the vast majority of people even want to be Prime Minister.

At least if there is one thing I can respect May for is that she is the Prime Minister during a time in which nobody wants to be Prime Minister.

She may be useless but she does have that going for her at least.
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Anonymous (ID: 780d06)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242828

>>242818
That poster is the very definition of dunning-kruger Don't listen to it.

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242829

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>>242818
with what fucking leverage? how does this benefit britain from this?

>id imagine most who voted knew it would be damaging in the short term

absolutely not, on the basis that they were low educated people with no time to research more than what the populists tell 'em

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242832

>>242828
feel free to combat specific points instead of shouting "ur dumb" from the sidelines

Anonymous (ID: 780d06)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242833

>>242832
I only point out the obvious. I can't be bothered to deal with people who can't see their own incompetence. That would be a huge a waste of time.

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242839

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>>242833
of course

Anonymous (ID: 780d06)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242840

>>242839
Lmao your posts are r/iamverysmart worthy atleast.

Anonymous (ID: 6f4cf8)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242843

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>>242829
>with what fucking leverage? how does this benefit britain from this?

the eu is a sinking ship and we no longer benefit from it if we leave we are open to trade with the whole world on our own terms, and we can still trade with the eu. We also have tonnes of leverage since we buy a whole lot from the eu if they give us a bad trade deal after leaving on wto terms then we will take our business else where. money is leverage and we spend a whole lot on eu imports
>absolutely not, on the basis that they were low educated people with no time to research more than what the populists tell 'em

dont use that as an argument i could say just the same about people who voted remain. It's not an argument

(ID: ffbe2a)Country code: mlpchan.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242854

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Someone was talking about #brexit to me, who tried to find out why Britain was leaving by searching on Google. What they found was that a minority of British racists hated brown people from Syria so much, they wanted to ban them from the country, and the EU is so noble and humanitarian, that the evil Brits could not do this under the benevolent guidance of their betters. So they stuffed the vote, and now the EU must liberate the foolishly complacent majority from their own folly.

Of course I heard it was about national sovereignty, self-determination, and the dangers of centralized totalitarian control by an increasingly corrupt, corporation controlled supernation. But I'm sure historians will dismiss that as crazy talk. When the EU crushes Britain and uses it as an example to press a European income tax on everyone, it will totally be for aggressions that the UK started, out of their hatred for brown people.

Mint horse (ID: 217304)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242857

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Tony Blair ‘secretly advising French president Emmanuel Macron to keep Britain in the EU

French sources said the former prime minister told Emmanuel Macron to “hold firm” over a Brexit deal, so Parliament will be forced to accept a customs union or even call for a second referendum, sources in Paris have confirmed. Mr Blair has denied this is the terminology used but admitted he has told European leaders how to persuade Britain to stay in the EU. But furious Brexiteers have hit out at Tony Blair over his interference, with ex-Labour MP George Galloway taking to Twitter to say: “This is treason!”

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/uk.news.yahoo.com/amphtml/tony-blair-secretly-advising-french-020600856.html

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/03/11/tony-blairs-collusion-macron-harmful-unpatriotic-completely/amp/

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/03/11/despite-admiration-tony-blair-latest-interference-goes-far/amp/

I'm moving this here because the mods have the big gay.

You're welcome Chewy!

Anonymous (ID: 6f4cf8)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242869

>>242857
these cunts should be arrested for treason.

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242871

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>>242843
>on our own terms
Which will be better than what the EU can offer because..? "We'll build great deals and make them pay for it." At 'best' these beneficial deals will fuck over third world countries, which the EU tries to avoid.

>we can still trade with the eu

At the very best nothing changes, and more likely trade will get more expensive. In either case you're still probably conforming to EU regulations.

>we will take our business else where

just a quick trip to the other side of the world, no biggie

>dont use that as an argument i could say just the same about people who voted remain.

You could do that, but I backed my claim up with data, and you would need to do the same or disprove the methods used in said study.

>It's not an argument

I'm sorry I used statistics to try and counter your claim. I'll stick to anecdotes which will surely move us closer to the truth.

Mk17 (p-hone) (ID: 5b8a6d)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242872

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>>242829
>on the basis that they were low educated people with no time to research more than what the populists tell 'em
>>242871
>I'm sorry I used statistics to try and counter your claim.

Seems like a solid statistic to me. When did you have time to collect all that data anyway?

Or are you saying that peer reviewed research shows that over half of english citizens are low educated people who only do what populists tell... 'em.

Or maybe you just read it in a news article, and believed what it told you.
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Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242874

Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242877

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>>242872
I should add that just because voting leave correlates with certain individuals, doesn't mean that everyone who votes leave shares these features, or that everyone who shares these features votes leave. I shouldn't have to clarify this.

Maybe I should've been less hyperbolic and confrontational in my statement, but around these parts it results in being viewed as a limpdicked cuck.

Mk17 (p-hone) (ID: 5b8a6d)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242879

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>>242877
>around these parts it results in being viewed as a limpdicked cuck.
I've never had that issue.

Fair enough though, ill read that when i get to a PC. But im guessing it will be heavily based on a survey with a small sample size. Surveys themselves being anicdotal evidence, as is the issuse with social sciences.

Nezi!Neziwi/5.M (ID: 7e8ff2)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  242880

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Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242884

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>>242879
Surveys that are based on objective questions and sample sizes in the 10k+ range?

How likely is it that people lie about whether they have a job or a higher education? I think it would be more likely that this kind of survey results in more false positives because of the stigma of voting leave. This is of course my liberal ass giving my opinion.

🐈🐈Dodger🐈🐈!FGiFL0Ecls (ID: b330a3)Country code: windows9x.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  242894

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>>242877
You're a limpdicked cuck if you only do one or the other. Alpha males tell you why you're wrong and make you really feel it at the same time.

Urda (ID: bde623)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243142

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Well it looks like Maroon Auburn doesn't have a functional government.

Oh well Cheers:ANGELS & AIRWAVES - SOUL SURVIVOR (... 2012) [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]

Mk17 (ID: 86d745)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243187

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>>242884
>Surveys that are based on objective questions and sample sizes in the 10k+ range?
Well it sounds like there were more questions than that on the survey, i only read a little so far but it sounds like it was more than "did you vote for or against brexit" to me. I would like to see the actual questioneer, maybe its in there and i havent gotten to it yet.

But yes, considering 33 million people took part in the vote, i would call 10k a small sample size. Its only 0.03% of people who actually took part in the vote. I wouldnt say you could draw any serious conclusions based on a survey of 0.03% of participants, which is why stuff like this always tends to be wrong. If survays like this worked, and you could draw actual data of how people think and feel from them, then Hillary would be president of the US and the UK would have overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU, since surveys like this projected that to happen.

>How likely is it that people lie about whether they have a job or a higher education?

Decently likely, but i would assume they would lie toward the positive end of things if they did. I dont think enough people would lie about something like that to really throw off the results though.

>I think it would be more likely that this kind of survey results in more false positives because of the stigma of voting leave. This is of course my liberal ass giving my opinion.

No, you are 100% right on this. You need to take into account the social stigma of something, especially something like this, when considering a survey like this. For months after the vote, the news was dominated with pundits asking "what went wrong" and front page articles talking about how only stupid people voted to leave, and a lot of doom and gloom. I mean, just searching for "how many people voted in brexit" brought up a bunch of articles about "Why people want to change their vote" and "Why people regret their vote for brexit" and my favorite "Show this chart to anyone who thinks brexit is 'the will of the people'!". Then you get a phone call from a stranger asking you how you voted, its very likely that someone would recast their vote on the fly in that situation to save face.

I mean, the survey results dont match the actual referendum by almost 10%... (43% said they voted to leave i think i read when 52% voted to leave in the actual vote). That is a huge factor that "social scientists" should understand just by their namesake. Its hard enough for people to admit to having voted for Trump, and the media blasted brexit just as hard.

Think about it this way, if you took a survey of people in Germany in 1945-46 and asked them if they voted for the Nazi Party... do you think they would have won again?
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Anonymous (ID: e49204)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  243300

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>>243187
>Well it sounds like there were more questions than that on the survey, i only read a little so far but it sounds like it was more than "did you vote for or against brexit" to me. I would like to see the actual questioneer, maybe its in there and i havent gotten to it yet.
The questions are literally in the first table. Examples include "are you over 60" and "do you have a job".

>i would call 10k a small sample size. Its only 0.03% of people who actually took part in the vote.

A sample size of 13k from a 33M population results in a confidence interval (error margin) of 1.13 with a 99% confidence level.

>I mean, the survey results dont match the actual referendum by almost 10%

This makes the predicting ability of the study even stronger since some of the people who voted leave create excess false positives. It seems to me that you think that just because numbers don't match makes something discreditable, when in this case it's actively trying to obstruct the wanted outcome but fails.

>Think about it this way, if you took a survey of people in Germany in 1945-46 and asked them if they voted for the Nazi Party... do you think they would have won again?

What is the relevance of this question? Nice nazi card btw.

Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243305

>>243300
>The questions are literally in the first table. Examples include "are you over 60" and "do you have a job".
Thats not the questioner, thats a list of variables.

>A sample size of 13k from a 33M population results in a confidence interval (error margin) of 1.13 with a 99% confidence level.

According to what?

>This makes the predicting ability of the study even stronger since some of the people who voted leave create excess false positives.

How?

>when in this case it's actively trying to obstruct the wanted outcome but fails.

Elaborate.

>What is the relevance of this question?

Taking a survey about something that people would have an apprehension towards admitting.

>Nice nazi card btw.

Are you 13?
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Anonymous (ID: 2b0697)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  243571

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>>243305
>Thats not the questioner, thats a list of variables.
I'm not sure what you want. People were surveyed these yes or no questions along with their vote.

>According to what?

Do I have to walk you through an intermediate statistics course next and give you a proof of a binary sample size equation? Use any sample size calculator.

I do hope that you realize that the sample size required reduces as a percentage when the sampled population grows. Example. 2 balls out of a 100 won't be a very good indicator of whether half the balls are blue and half of them red, but 200 balls out of 10 000 is.

>How?

It dilutes shared variables.

>Taking a survey about something that people would have an apprehension towards admitting.

Yeah, I got that. What is the relevance of a similar situation in a different proportion to the validity of this survey?

>Are you 13?

Ye, I bet you feel stupid now.

Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243594

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>>243571
>Ye, I bet you feel stupid now.
I do, for having tried having a constructive conversation with a complete asshole.

Go back to where people call you a limped-dick fuck.

Anonymous (ID: 2b0697)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  243611

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>>243594
>I do, for having tried having a constructive conversation with a complete asshole.
you did, I hope
or are you gonna ignore everything I said because I made fun of you bringing up a strawman

­Tr­­­a­­­c­er B­­ull­­­­e­t (ID: bbcae1)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243613

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>>243611
Should go 'huh?' instead, shit's funny.

Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243614

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>>243611
Yup, congratulations your abrasiveness has paid off.

I dont wish to continue a conversation with you.

Anonymous (ID: 2b0697)Country code: jsm.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  243619

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>>243613
well heck me, I guess I get complimented on my humor only when I'm not trying to be funny

­Tr­­­a­­­c­er B­­ull­­­­e­t (ID: bbcae1)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243620

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>>243619
Such is life.

Mint horse (ID: fdefc3)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243721

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>>243614
>>27459
>Maybe i think this kid is worth that battle

Thanks, that's the first time I've smiled in a good few hours. Hopefully I'll be worth the battle for you in the end.

I think that this is a nice place to close things off.

I hope that you can forgive me in future.

The mods locked the thread literally seconds before I posted this.

Just tell me what you think and then we'll end it.

Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243742

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>>243721
Yeah, i actually made a thread about it to contact you, because i didnt know how else to do it.

I'm not going to feel good until we talk this out and actually get our points across to each other.

But others were right, it was getting out of hand, and honestly having a bunch of other people jump in didnt help, (they didnt do anything wrong, its a public space but defending your points on 3 fronts is never conducive in a situation like that) so meet me in that thread in /trash/ tomorrow and maybe we can actually talk it out, and make our points clearer.

a lost pony !piNKiEPie. (ID: 046cf7)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243751

>>243742
>a lost pony isn't invited.

Hrumpf.

Srsly tho, awesome, MK. Hope its productive, and thanks.

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>>243721
By the way...

>Why is Toy the only one that's able to grasp this.


It's a thing I do. Most people don't get it either. Whenever I do it suddenly everyone says "Ooh! Do me!" like it's a party trick.

It's technical. I can explain it to you sometime if you want, but I'm not going to derail this thread with it.
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­Tr­­­a­­­c­er B­­ul­l­­­­e­t (ID: bbcae1)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243761

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>>243756
>Whenever I do it suddenly everyone says "Ooh! Do me!" like it's a party trick.
People want you to do them because you're a professional, hun.

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>>243761
I feel odd about you calling me hun. Not because I dislike it, but because it's so out of character for you that I don't know how to feel about it.

­Tr­­­a­­­c­er B­­ul­l­­­­e­t (ID: bbcae1)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243767

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>>243765
Just throwing you a curveball for shits and giggles.

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>>243742
>I'm not going to feel good until we talk this out and actually get our points across to each other

I feel the same way. I'm sure that we'll have a more constructive conversation about it tomorrow. I genuinely like you, and I don't want to fall out with you over something like this.

By tomorrow I should be feeling a lot better, and I'm sure you will as well.

>so meet me in that thread in /trash/ tomorrow and maybe we can actually talk it out, and make our points clearer


That thread was unfortunately blocked. We can make a new one on /trash/ so we don't bother anyone. If people are genuinely interested they'll find us, and if they aren't we won't bother them.

>Yeah, i actually made a thread about it to contact you, because i didnt know how else to do it


Where is it? Because it's certainly not in /trash/.

Anyway goodnight! I'm looking forward to our conversation tomorrow.

>>243756
>It's technical. I can explain it to you sometime if you want, but I'm not going to derail this thread with it.

You can explain it in the /trash/ thread that me and Mk are going to make.
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Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243777

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>>243772
>That thread was unfortunately blocked. We can make a new one on /trash/ so we don't bother anyone.
Oh, it was locked too? Geez.
I feel weirdly accomplished by that haha.

>We can make a new one on /trash/ so we don't bother anyone.

Seems to be the thing to do.

>Where is it? Because it's certainly not in /trash/.

I deleted it because its need wasnt relevant do to this conversation.

Sleep well.

Mint horse (ID: fdefc3)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243791

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>>243777
>Oh, it was locked too? Geez. I feel weirdly accomplished by that haha.

I was literally seconds away from making my post before it was locked, kek.

>Sleep well.


I'm not going to bed, I thought you were because you posted a sleepy Trixe.

Mk17 (ID: da9a74)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243796

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>>243791
I am, momentarily.

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>>243796
What is that supposed to mean?

I'm lying in bed, but I'm far from sleeping.

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>>243772
>>243777
i'm watching you two
Also, the thread lock was due to me.

­Tr­­­a­­­c­er B­­ul­l­­­­e­t (ID: bbcae1)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243804

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>>243802
Dastardly.

Mint horse (ID: fdefc3)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243808

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>>243802
Don't worry, we'll play nice. I promise.

Also I know that you were the reason for that thread being locked, you said so I'm your post. I'm guessing that you reported it?

Hopefully we can get it unblocked, or we'll just start a new one.

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>>243808
It was locked due to too many cooks in the kitchen, so to speak.

Also, I did not report it but I'm glad there was some mod response anyway.

You wanna work it out? Do so either in another thread or via personal messages through another program... like Skype or Discord. Also Omegle works well if you both search the same word if one of you only has access to web pages and not applications.

Mint horse (ID: fdefc3)Country code: gb, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243811

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>>243809
We're going to settle things in /trash/ tomorrow. It looks like things have a really good chance of going well and getting resolved, which I obviously great.

You can post or just lurk there if you want to, whatever you feel like. As long as there's no antagonism and everyone can have an adult conversation where everything is resolved, rather than what happened today.

!XSAILBoatg (ID: 65d88a)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243867

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>>243777 I can't help but feel that many of the arguments you made against Mint are the exact same as ones I could have made against you in >>242801 thread. I was literally swapping words, e.g. "Nazi" with "police", and preparing to quote it to you, only to discover the thread was locked.

Mk17 (p-hone) (ID: 2de704)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243881

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>>243867
Go for it.

Because the police isnt an ideology, and my only argument was putting another random human being in a position to take your life for you is fucked up, selfish and cruel.

And to be honest, you were the cause of most of my anger, mints alignment with people who commit mass murder just pushed me over the edge.

Dont make your problems some random poor bastards problem, and ruin someone elses life, just because your under the delusion that cops are mindless automatons.
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!XSAILBoatg (ID: 65d88a)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243883

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>>243881 fair enough

a lost pony !piNKiEPie. (ID: 046cf7)Country code: us, country type: geoip, valid: 1  243892

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>>243881
>the police isnt an ideology

Macaroni !RevGiOKgRo (ID: fa4de4)Country code: pittsburgh.png, country type: customflag, valid: 1  244144

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>>243881
>the police isnt an ideology

I mean, not in-themselves, though they necessarily defend the power and structure of whatever state they work under. It doesn't make them automatons or robots, though as a collective part of the government, they cannot (typically) do much more good than whatever the government permits of them.
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>>244144
Yeah,why not.


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