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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by realstock View Post
    Easy to dismiss if your intent in putting your head in the sand.

    The fact that Breitbart is American source and is not swayed by the media in the UK is a breath of fresh air, and more importantly are reporting the torrent of abuse being directed to Leave voters, Farage and his family, which is being conveniently ignored by the UK media.... hmmmm. Open your eyes!

    You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink.

    You keep on believing the media you prefer, makes no odds to me.
    Of course the FT, the BBC, The Grauniad, The Independent, The Mirror, the Mail and Sky news (to name but a few) are all part of conspiracy. Whereas right wing bloggers are in sole posession of the truth. Occams razor.

    You'll be calling us sheeple next.
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Just wish I exchanged my money before the referendum

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    If anyone out of this whole mess deserves abuse, it's Farage.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Godric View Post
    eh we (Scotland) will be leaving the UK we voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU 62% to 38% ... our place is in Europe and not the UK

    Saor Alba
    Another "once in a lifetime" vote eh? Lol.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by wazzickle View Post
    If anyone out of this whole mess deserves abuse, it's Farage.
    I did like his comment about most of the EU Parliament not ever having real jobs though haha

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    I though the guy behind him, who worked as a cardiac surgeon for six years, summed it up better with his face palm, .

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Indifferent. The vote won't affect me greatly in the short term.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by LHH View Post
    Indifferent. The vote won't affect me greatly in the short term.
    Just don't buy anything that's imported because of the £ dropping
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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur2 View Post
    Just don't buy anything that's imported because of the £ dropping
    Which is pretty much everything in the IT world

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by ultrasbm View Post
    Which is pretty much everything in the IT world
    Have to hope the Raspberry Pi 4 is a real corker then (Unless Wales goes for independence).

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by wayn3h View Post
    What a stupid, stupid thing to say.
    Not at all, it's entirely true!

    Quote Originally Posted by wayn3h View Post
    I'm from Cornwall. I voted out and I don't care if we lose our funding tomorrow.
    You will do in the not too distant future.

    Quote Originally Posted by wayn3h View Post
    Things our council asks for on our behalf =/= what the citizens are asking for.
    Well, you won't be getting either now.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Have to hope the Raspberry Pi 4 is a real corker then (Unless Wales goes for independence).
    Shame the chips are imported!!

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    I though the guy behind him, who worked as a cardiac surgeon for six years, summed it up better with his face palm, .
    I prefer to notice the lady sitting behind him, that had a knowing smirk on her face.

    Quote Originally Posted by ultrasbm View Post
    Which is pretty much everything in the IT world
    Most PC users generally aren't short of a few bob, if you have the money to build a PC which is a lot more expensive than a console, or tablet. Then I am guessing 10-15% price increase isn't going to break the bank. If this means that some people have to put off that upgrade, my heart breaks for you it really does.

    "Oh no that £500 quid brand new GPU that I want to buy is now £550" Boo ruddy hoo!

    Considering the huge amount of content already available to all PC gamer's, and other sources to purchase hardware through friends or auction sites, its hardly a hardship worthy of such impassioned complaints.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Shame the chips are imported!!
    Whilst true, having programmed British made Inmos Transputer chips in the distant past I can kind of see why we import them Also the apu on a pi can't be more than a fiver, so I can afford a bit of duty on that.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by realstock View Post
    Most PC users generally aren't short of a few bob, if you have the money to build a PC which is a lot more expensive than a console, or tablet. Then I am guessing 10-15% price increase isn't going to break the bank. If this means that some people have to put off that upgrade, my heart breaks for you it really does.

    "Oh no that £500 quid brand new GPU that I want to buy is now £550" Boo ruddy hoo!

    Considering the huge amount of content already available to all PC gamer's, and other sources to purchase hardware through friends or auction sites, its hardly a hardship worthy of such impassioned complaints.
    A simple 'you'll be alright mate' would have sufficed.

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    Re: QOTW: How do you feel after the EU referendum?

    Quote Originally Posted by wazzickle View Post
    A simple 'you'll be alright mate' would have sufficed.
    lol... yeah your right... I was probably a little over the top there.

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