Marty6

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About Marty6

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  • Birthday July 1

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    Kempten
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    Hobie 18 and Med bareboat sailing

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  1. Marty6

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Speak for yourself. No attention span at all
  2. Marty6

    Brexit WTF, WTF

    Never a good idea to limit the gene pool.
  3. Well, then you should take your large collection to a shooting range and train with it. Because if you need 20 round magazines you are a hilarious
  4. What do you need a 20 round banana clip for? Hunting? Defending your own home? If you are such a poor shot that you need 20 rounds then "God bless you".
  5. Marty6

    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    Drain the swamp
  6. Marty6

    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    The emperor has no clothes
  7. Marty6

    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    Nice set of nipples. Much better than anything her dad has to show.
  8. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    If not the black machine at least not Engeland
  9. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    Wouldn't count on it if the lamb-like march to the slaughter the last three years is any indication.
  10. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    They usually travel from Italy. And no surprise since Lazio has a well known fascist supporters section
  11. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    One would hope that those continuing extension would finally motivate the Remainers to go onto the streets in huge numbers. Last Saturday was a beginning put the pressure needs to continue and even get bigger over the coming weeks. Nifty EU tactic
  12. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    Spoiled child approach. If we don't do it my way we don't do it at all. What is the opinion of that Leaver mouthpiece from the last couple days regarding government doing the peoples will.
  13. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    The biggest problem still is, and was for the last 3 years, that there is no majority in parliament for any solution and only "No hard Brexit" has a majority. As could be witnessed when parliament took over control before the last extension. 4 different proposals and none got a majority. Starting negotiations without a clear idea what one wants and what of that is possible was the biggest mistake (and will be in any negotiation). Part of this is based on the opinion, which was also sold to the public, at the beginning of the negotiations that the EU would gladly allow the UK to cherry pick. All this is also a reflection of the close vote in the referendum. The MPs and even goverment are as divided a the voting public was. Also the constant "taking back control" argument specially in regards to product norms and regulations is complete BS. Sure, after a Brexit the UK can change all they want but products produced below EU standards will not be sold there. And where is the UKs biggest market? Even China produces products for the EU market according to Brussels standards.
  14. Marty6

    Brexit, WTF

    I think the black machine had something against this On a more relevant note: The comedy continues.