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Sports and Gambling / US Presidential Election November 2020.
« Last post by Belker on February 23, 2020, 08:04:00 AM »
I was just reading the news report about Bernie Sanders getting a big lead in the democratic nominee and I thought to myself, even if he does get the democratic nomination then he still has to face Trump in the November election, and quickly did the betting in my head at about 1/5 Trump and 7/2 Sanders if'n he does manage to get the nomination to run.

Then I had a peep at oddschecker, Boyles are offering 8/13 Trump and plenty more 4/7 on offer ??
Are my predictions wrong ?
Taxi Talk / Re: Science and driving
« Last post by Octavia1 on February 23, 2020, 12:47:59 AM » 8)

Worse cnuts out there.....
Range rover ....absolute cunts lookin for a slapping....
Jaguar....owl cnuts livin in the past ...pacemakers an nappy....dont bother getting out yur car to give them a hiding....theyll die of a coronary....
Ford cnuts ....theyll shite ther pants aswell....
Hiace taxis an similar.....fukin knackers    ...get the dig in early....
Chrysler wanabees....stare the cnut out of it and wind the cnut up .....wind an piss merchant ...
Avensis old ....confuse the poor cnut ...
Prius carefully....cud have suicide vest ....
Passat / Audi home grown cnut .......criminal type ....batter the cnut without warnin then run away an hide for few weeks
Taxi Talk / Re: The Brexodus
« Last post by dalymount on February 22, 2020, 08:17:20 PM »
Great to hear Nigel Farage on a recent interview expressing the view that the days of companies availing of cheap imported labour is also going to be finished soon.I listened to the points he made very carefully,and basically what he said was,as long as companies can avail of this cheap imported labour,indiginous workers rights,and conditions are diminished,becaise companies can just pick from the foreign pool,and get their workers for half the price.I believe he is right.I seen the same thing here when I worked in the employment appeals tribunal .the nature of complaints years ago,were much more stronger substances then they were in latter years,because in latter years they did not carry the same weight as they use to
Taxi Talk / Re: The Brexodus
« Last post by dalymount on February 22, 2020, 08:06:13 PM »
Glad to hear somebody finally agrees with the feedback I hear from most Americans.any of them I have ever picked up had nothing but praise for president Trump
Taxi Talk / Re: The Brexodus
« Last post by silverbullet on February 22, 2020, 06:34:23 PM »
I'd have to disagree with the Erm on the subject of ordinary Americans. My cousin Michael owns and runs a small Lumber mill in New Jersey and is an avid supporter of Trump policies.

He believes that since Trump was elected his business has gone from strength to strength.

Unemployment in his area is virtually non-existent among those who want to work.

Taxi Talk / Re: The Brexodus
« Last post by dalymount on February 22, 2020, 06:00:06 PM »
But already the hole in funds left by the brits will ha e to be plugged.just suppose the brits go on to do really well outside the EU,and another major country or two see this and decide to leave also whathappens then. ? we could never afford to stay considering we would have to pay even more to plug that hole also
Taxi Talk / Re: Science and driving
« Last post by Shallowhal on February 22, 2020, 04:01:44 PM »
....and taxi drivers!!
Help and Suggestions / Re: one roof sign, more than one driver ...
« Last post by silverbullet on February 22, 2020, 03:07:47 PM »
Once the roof sign is on the vehicle in the normal fashion, you are deemed to be plying for hire.

Even if the sign is unlit.
A man ( for they are all men), from the NTA could fine you.
Then it's up to you whether you pay the fine or fight it in court.
Taxi Talk / Re: The Brexodus
« Last post by john m on February 22, 2020, 01:43:52 PM »
John it soinds to me like you think we should have left in conjunction with the brits ?

If we left we would be shit on .We Depend on the EU without them we would be wiping our arse with our bare hands then licking our fingers for nutrients .Look around you Dollymount apart from Butchers and Pubs most Business in Ireland are International or depend on international imports of Goods and services .Irish Farmers depend on EU handouts .We should remain in the EU but we shouldnt of allowed the Indian Halfwit play two sides against the middle .We now have both the EU and UK using us as a football to kick around to score points .Leo should of done a DUP just said NO to the EU and NO to the UK .As I said thousands of times Ireland's main industry is Tax avoidance any change in UK tax law or OECD recommendations and we go bankrupt .For years we hid behind the UK and their tax fiddle France/Germany every other country is fiddling but they are not preventing a free trade agreement with the EU and UK unfortunately Irish History is so expect the EU and UK to play tug of war with us by eroding our tax base until we comply or die as we are told .Im sure the EU would like to see the back of us but unfortunately we are in the Single Currency and they cant have a member of the Euro leaving and defaulting .I think Brexit ,Trump Trade Wars .The Euro Currency could collapse and take the EU with it .My best guess Irish government will agree to a Hard Border either in Irish Ports or on the Border .
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