Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


About tramaziboy

  • Rank
    Back-Up Player
  • Birthday 06/19/1976

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
  • ICQ

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  1. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    Its the utter hypocrisy of these un-elected little Hitlers as well... https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1105878/Brexit-news-UK-EU-Jean-Claude-Juncker-Donald-Tusk-Theresa-May-deal-vote-delay-latest 5million signed a petition against their new internet clampdown regulations... https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/03/eus-parliament-signs-disastrous-internet-law-what-happens-next And not a word. 5 million 'sign' a petition to revoke Article 50 and the unelected are all in favour... https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/mar/27/donald-tusk-majority-uk-stay-eu-article-50-brexit
  2. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    Oh, and there’s this as well... https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/03/eus-parliament-signs-disastrous-internet-law-what-happens-next
  3. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    I don’t use social media, never really have. eu to introduce speed limiters into all cars built after 2022 now as well... https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/03/26/every-new-car-built-may-2022-must-capable-housing-in-built-breathalysers/ They may as well microchip us all now and be done with it.
  4. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    The countries with the cheap labour you can slap with tariffs to make sure the work comes back to GB. You don’t want to buy a vacuum cleaner post 2017 anyway because of eu directive 5,672,446a banning vacuum cleaners over 1500watts...the new ones suck worse than merkels dance moves... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sv-0XjrBVT0
  5. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    That whole post is utter bollocks. I had a quick look and negotiations started in 2013 and stalled because of Trumps election win, who, btw, has already said he is willing to do a trade deal with us...but hey, it takes 20yrs planning according to you! What don't I like about the eu? Off the top of my head... They're not very democratic. Ireland, GB, Greece, France all been made to either re-vote until they get the outcome the eu wants, or the votes are just ignored completely. We have to pay BILLIONS of £££'s every year to be in the eu. Open borders and the influx of circa 500,000 immigrants NET every year. Unelected politicians and bureaucrats with their snouts in the trough. Neil and Gladys Kinnock FFS. The Lisbon Treaty. The fraudulent Target2 payment system. But the main point up there is the total lack of democracy. Are you really that blinkered that you cannot see what is happening here? If this vote had been 52/48 Remain then we would not hear anything more about it. Its a huge farce. The eu is a hypocritical, unethical shambles. Greece is a clustering fucking mess, as is Italy, Spain, Portugal...look at France right now...19 weeks of constant rioting now is it? If that was Ukraine/Syria then we wouldn't hear the end of it on the news and the eu would be wanting to drop weapons in to help the rioters. You need to wake up.
  6. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    None, because we're still in the cuntin' eu. Not only that, our remainer politicians dont want us to leave. How is it that after GB voted to leave, the eu did a trade deal eith Japan that didn't include customs unions, or the other bollocks we get tied to. They also dont have to pay quarter a billion quid a week. If they dont want to do a similar agreement with us then tell them to fuck off.
  7. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    It meant exactly how it was worded. It certainly didn't mean fuck about for 2.5 years and not leave.
  8. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    It's beyond a farce now. We're now being dictated to by these power hungry politicians on a local, regional, national AND international level. It needs stripping right back. Thousands of overpaid, useless idiots parading about introducing stupid law after stupid law. The 1997 Welsh Devolution Referendum was won by a margin less than 0.5%, on a piss poor turnout. Previous to this, the vote in 1979 was rejected by roughly 80% of the electorate. Soon as that 0.3% margin in favour crossed the line though, that was it...implemented. None of this messing around trying to overturn the vote when these leaches have the opportunity to get their snouts in the trough.
  9. tramaziboy

    The politics thread

    A very convincing vote FOR Brexit. for the record eU Referendum Results By Votes; 17.4million Leave : 16.1 Million Remain By Constituency; 406 Leave : 242 Remain By Constituency Party; Lab - 148 Leave : 84 Remain Con - 247 Leave : 80 Remain By Region; 9 Leave : 3 Remain BY MP; 160 Leave : 486 Remain Brexit isn’t the problem. It’s our MPs who are the problem. March 29th and we expect to be out. Leave means Leave and was voted for as above with a clear majority.
  10. tramaziboy

    Who do we want?

  11. Marty Cash’s finish was the beat. Fekkin superb pick up and finish. fact.
  12. tramaziboy

    Who we signed & who we sold

    Signed Michael Hefele from Huddersfield for £300k https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45132928 Last minute £5m bid from Blackburn for Brereton.
  13. tramaziboy

    Recommend a film

    Watched Hell of High Water last week and really enjoyed it. Also a music documentary called Never Make It Home... https://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/never_make_it_home
  14. tramaziboy

    Your workplace

    Haha. I was on the red in Italy, in the restaurants. I found an Irish bar serving Tennents super on tap....when in Rome and all that (I was in Milan). The rest is incriminating to a degree, allegedly, so I’ll refrain.

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.