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571Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sun Sep 22 2019, 22:54

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@karlypants wrote:
@Angry Dad wrote:I'm convinced Boris will take us out on  time without a deal and i for one will be ecstatic.
If not I will be voting for Mr. Farage’s Brexit Party and I will be first in line to start giving remainers a crack round the chops. :biggrin:

Are you sure that wasn’t you ranting at that Polish woman karly?

572Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Sun Sep 22 2019, 22:55

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@xmiles wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@Angry Dad wrote:I'm convinced Boris will take us out on  time without a deal and i for one will be ecstatic.
If not I will be voting for Mr. Farage’s Brexit Party and I will be first in line to start giving remainers a crack round the chops. :biggrin:

Are you sure that wasn’t you ranting at that Polish woman karly?
I knew you would bite at that. So predictable. Very Happy

573Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 08:42

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
So the forum going down the pan and being dead in the water has absolutely nothing to do with you eh Sluffy?  Rolling Eyes

574Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 11:30

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
@Norpig wrote:So the forum going down the pan and being dead in the water has absolutely nothing to do with you eh Sluffy?  Rolling Eyes

Well if you wanted a forum that resembled Bolton News comments section full of multiple accounts from the same people, not knowing if you are having a conversation with someone with a real view or a fake one just to troll you and wind you up.  A forum which is abusive and intolerant of those not in the clique,  one that ridicules people behind their backs on private parts of the forum yet is twofaced to them on it, that deletes anything it doesn't like and bans posters on a whim, that doesn't treat people as equals or allow them their say - then yes, I'm as guilty as charged for stopping that happening.

Nuts as always been open and honest with everyone and no one is bigger than the site.

Maybe my principles are old fashioned and outdated in this age of social media?

How would you deal with people that troll you, whilst at the same time you see them publicly confessing to having mental illness issues elsewhere on social media?

How would you have run it any better then?

575Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 12:53

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Life's too short to go over this again Sluffy, i've told you many times that i think you fan the flames on here when you have an issue with particular posters and don't like anyone's opinions other than your own.

576Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 13:18

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
@Norpig wrote:Life's too short to go over this again Sluffy, i've told you many times that i think you fan the flames on here when you have an issue with particular posters and don't like anyone's opinions other than your own.

So in your view it's my fault and it's ok for Bread and Wanderlust to personally abuse me for three years before they were banned?

Why did they abuse me - well Bread wanted someone he didn't like (Scott) to be banned and I wouldn't do it and Wanderlust was emphatic that Anderson was going to rape the club for his own personal benefit which the forensic accountants have up to now found no trace of (and not to mention his blatant lying and deliberate trolling about how he actually voted for Brexit!)

Both were wrong - yet you're making out I'm the bad guy here?

Maybe you'd prefer it if they each came back and abused me for another three years more?

..dunno..

577Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 13:32

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm biting, not sure why though. Lusty wasn't the only one to have the same views about Anderson and at the end of the day that's his opinion. A forum is meant to be a place where you can have an opinion and others will either agree or disagree.
My main issue with you is that you just can't see that you have made it personal with the likes of Lusty.Granted he did take it too far some times but it became almost a personal battle on here between the two of you and that is why people have stopped posting and new members don't feel they can contribute.
People got so fed up with the constant back and forth between you two. Maybe i'm reading too much into it but maybe it's time i looked for another forum to post on as you will never change and this site will descend into a long painful and slow death.
Keep fiddling Nero.

578Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 14:06

Sluffy

Sluffy
Admin
@Norpig wrote:I'm biting, not sure why though. Lusty wasn't the only one to have the same views about Anderson and at the end of the day that's his opinion. A forum is meant to be a place where you can have an opinion and others will either agree or disagree.
My main issue with you is that you just can't see that you have made it personal with the likes of Lusty.Granted he did take it too far some times but it became almost a personal battle on here between the two of you and that is why people have stopped posting and new members don't feel they can contribute.
People got so fed up with the constant back and forth between you two. Maybe i'm reading too much into it but maybe it's time i looked for another forum to post on as you will never change and this site will descend into a long painful and slow death.
Keep fiddling Nero.

Ok, I'll bite back!

I've got plenty going on in my life shortly and was going to step back for a while in a few weeks anyway but I'll do it now instead.

I'll unban Wanderlust, Breads already free to post and you can do whatever you like without me being around - you can also deal with any solicitor letters we receive too when the 'opinion' of some is seen to be libellous - yes it does happen.

As it's me that's apparently fucked up the forum I've no doubt you'll soon have it busy and fun again in my absence.

Over to you now.

579Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 14:23

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
In all fairness Mr. Pig, I got more than my fair share from Bread and they both came on in the early hours pissed posting abuse on many, many occasions.

580Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 14:48

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Sluffy, you often make a rod for your own back. The trick to beating abuse is not to bite back. Not only you fall into the trap, a few others do the same.
Abusers hate being ignored, or made fun of. I treat Nuts like a playground. Some posters I'll get on with more than others, due probably to a similar sense of humour or outlook, but to the outside eye it might look like a clique, though this isn't intentional.
I've given you stick myself, but I've always tried to do it with as much humour as possible, and with tongue firmly in cheek, and you've always taken it in the spirit it was intended.
My own view is that if people want to post abuse, let them do it. In the end they'll be found out by other posters, who'll get thoroughly sick and tired of it.
Biting back once or twice is all well and good, but if it continues it simply becomes a sausage machine, with the abuser happily turning the handle, and the abused supplying the meat.
Ignore them, or laugh at them, and they'll soon get tired of it.
As I've said before, Nuts is very much the Bash Street Kids in forum form, with you our long suffering teacher. If you leave us, what might happen?
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581Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 15:11

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Is he still here?

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582Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 15:17

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@karlypants wrote:In all fairness Mr. Pig, I got more than my fair share from Bread and they both came on in the early hours pissed posting abuse on many, many occasions.
i remember and am sorry that happened to you KP, you certainly didn't deserve that.

I just get annoyed with Sluffy and his rubbishing of the site (which he owns) and that he takes no responsibility for any issues that hes been involved in that have lead to the site being so much quieter than it used to be.
The site could run very well with



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583Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 15:19

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Sluffy wrote:
@Norpig wrote:I'm biting, not sure why though. Lusty wasn't the only one to have the same views about Anderson and at the end of the day that's his opinion. A forum is meant to be a place where you can have an opinion and others will either agree or disagree.
My main issue with you is that you just can't see that you have made it personal with the likes of Lusty.Granted he did take it too far some times but it became almost a personal battle on here between the two of you and that is why people have stopped posting and new members don't feel they can contribute.
People got so fed up with the constant back and forth between you two. Maybe i'm reading too much into it but maybe it's time i looked for another forum to post on as you will never change and this site will descend into a long painful and slow death.
Keep fiddling Nero.

Ok, I'll bite back!

I've got plenty going on in my life shortly and was going to step back for a while in a few weeks anyway but I'll do it now instead.

I'll unban Wanderlust, Breads already free to post and you can do whatever you like without me being around - you can also deal with any solicitor letters we receive too when the 'opinion' of some is seen to be libellous - yes it does happen.

As it's me that's apparently fucked up the forum I've no doubt you'll soon have it busy and fun again in my absence.

Over to you now.

Do as you see fit Sluffy just wish you would open your eyes to the problems you've helped create.

As for libel, i'll take that with a pinch of salt if you don't mind unless there is actual proof you've received a solicitors letter.

584Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 15:57

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I've registered on WW today just to see what's happening there seeing as our glorious leader thinks it's better than his own site.

585Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 16:09

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:I've registered on WW today just to see what's happening there seeing as our glorious leader thinks it's better than his own site.
I've joined the WI.

586Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 16:12

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Bake us a nice cake then boncey. may calm us all down  Very Happy

587Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 16:17

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Norpig wrote:Bake us a nice cake then boncey. may calm us all down  Very Happy
I'm dealing with it.
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588Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 16:29

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Looking forward to Breadman's comeback post.

589Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Mon Sep 23 2019, 16:33

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
You've been very quiet Nat. I know you were upset when you had to give in to the elasticated waist, but all women spread out a little when they reach a certain age. Have a look through the Ambrose Wilson catalogue, it's full of good stuff for the fuller figure.
I'd lend you mine but the pages are stuck together.

590Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 10:46

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Supreme court ruling goes against Boris.

591Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 11:58

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Hopefully he'll resign and let the grown ups take over now then.

592Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:15

xmiles

xmiles
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
@boltonbonce wrote:Supreme court ruling goes against Boris.

Just more evidence that he is a congenital liar but evidence means nothing to brexiteers.

593Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:42

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
He's already increased his lead in the polls, I think people see it as the "establishment" ganging up on him.

594Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:48

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
@Natasha Whittam wrote:He's already increased his lead in the polls, I think people see it as the "establishment" ganging up on him.

Where's your evidence for this?

595Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:50

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:He's already increased his lead in the polls, I think people see it as the "establishment" ganging up on him.
A 'gang' of Supreme Court judges. Something needs to be done.

I'm sick of them hanging around on street corners, smoking cigars, and necking bottles of port.

One of them knocked his pipe out on my head last week. It's a national scandal.

596Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:56

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:He's already increased his lead in the polls, I think people see it as the "establishment" ganging up on him.
He is the establishment, which is a big part of the problem with all the Eton toffs like BoJo and Cameron who have never had a real job and end up PM.

597Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 15:56

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I think people are getting sick and tired of all this nonsense.

What has today achieved? Will this sort out Brexit once and for all? Of course not, it just gives MP's a platform to continue telling us what they don't want. They've been doing that for 3 years.

If they're so against Boris and they think he's weak then surely they should be all for a General Election?

598Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 16:05

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
None of the parties are covering themselves in glory to be honest, Labour can't decide what they want to do and are sitting on the fence, the Tories are still at each others throats and the Lib Dems have said they would revoke article 50 which will go down well with the 17.4 million leave voters.

Boris did try and pull a fast one and prorogue Parliament, it's madness that Parliament could have been in effect closed just before the biggest decision this country has had to make since World War 2.

599Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 18:12

T.R.O.Y


Andy Walker
Andy Walker
I think the Labour position is easily the most pragmatic and sensible now. Get a new deal then put it to the people to decide.

The Lib Dem’s and Tories are as bad as each other, Swinsons revoke article 50 is indefensible. It’s a lack of compromise which has got us into this mess.

600Brexit negotiations - Page 20 Empty Re: Brexit negotiations on Tue Sep 24 2019, 19:54

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:I think people are getting sick and tired of all this nonsense.

What has today achieved? Will this sort out Brexit once and for all? Of course not, it just gives MP's a platform to continue telling us what they don't want. They've been doing that for 3 years.

If they're so against Boris and they think he's weak then surely they should be all for a General Election?
I think it's hilarious especially the bit where Boris's puppetmaster Cummings actually made a mistake for once in assuming that Labour etc would fall into the trap of going for an election before a deal was struck or a people's vote took place. He was so confident of railroading no-deal through as well.

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