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Makingtrax

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New meaning to the words Greek tragedy. Jul 25, 2018

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    1. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Why do bathroom cleaners only kill 99.9% of germs? That 0.1% could be f***ing deadly! Gonna invent one that gets em all and make a killing!
      1. Vinci
        Vinci
        Germs strengthen your immune system, just lick that last 0,1% clean.
        Nov 25, 2016
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    2. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Couldn't believe the number of aggressive posts after Mata scored, calling Wenger a coward and worse. There's too much anger in the world.
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      2. Jury
        Jury
        He did act somewhat cowardly imo. This is not something I throw around at players or managers btw. But almost every action, or non-action to be more accurate, screamed of 'how can I distance myself from another humiliation'. That's how I saw it, and he has form for doing that. Its a flaw of his. None of us are perfect.
        Nov 22, 2016
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      3. Jury
        Jury
        I must say though, that this is way down on the list of reasons why Id love him to retire in the summer. WAY down.
        Nov 22, 2016
    3. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Saw Cohen in concert, short on jokes but long on pathos.
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    4. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Cohen, a great poet . . . and a heavy smoker and drinker who reached 82!! Some achievements.
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    5. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Wonder when Trump gets the nuclear codes and the white cat to stroke.
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    6. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Let's not forget that Hitler was democratically elected . . . by the disaffected, using anti immigrant rhetoric. That's how facism works.
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      2. American_Gooner
        Nov 10, 2016
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      3. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        Nov 10, 2016
      4. American_Gooner
        American_Gooner
        Some people thought that a tax dodging millionaire would look out for their interests, that worked out well
        Nov 10, 2016
    7. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Now there'll be hell toupee
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      2. Vinci
        Vinci
        I enjoy your profile posts, but your general posting is atrocious. :D
        Nov 9, 2016
    8. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Instead of punching through a glass ceiling the US has hit a rock bottom.
      1. American_Gooner
        Nov 9, 2016
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      2. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        :D Trumps a bit like a wolf . . . an orange wolf
        Nov 9, 2016
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    9. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Brexit, Trump, Syrian horrors . . . respectively show that human beings are selfish, stupid and violent animals.
      1. redwhiteAustrian
        redwhiteAustrian
        Exactly.
        And the sad thing is that all the years of opening up our societies, erasing borders and working together are now basically for nothing. 2016 has not only killed many humans, it has also killed many dreams.
        Nov 9, 2016
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      2. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        Already bought my canned goods, wire and shotgun after Brexit . . . now the nuclear shelter.
        Nov 9, 2016
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    10. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      All the Trump supporters seem to be dissatisfied blue collar workers. It's Brexit all over again. The rich guy who tells it like it is.
      1. Jury
        Jury
        Dissatisfied blue collar workers... who got up and off their arses and tried to change something, as opposed to sit on your arse and hope it all goes your way? Blue collar = Doers. What's that last line supposed to mean? Also https://media.giphy.com/media/7LG6PqAubrWBa/giphy.gif
        Nov 7, 2016
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      2. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        You're right, who tried to change 'something' . . . 'anything' in fact, just to express disatisfaction, because you've been drip fed garbage by rich guy with an axe to grind.
        Nov 8, 2016
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    11. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      The UK £ has rallied because of Trump jitters and new Brexit hopes.
      1. Gooner Zig
        Gooner Zig
        Still hasn't regained the ground it lost last week.
        Nov 6, 2016
      2. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        It's about 1.24 usd, Oct 31st it was 1.216
        Nov 6, 2016
      3. Gooner Zig
        Gooner Zig
        Sorry I meant to say last few weeks - GBP/CAD was ~1.70 a few weeks ago and plummeted to 1.63, now back up to 1.66
        Nov 6, 2016
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    12. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Sitting between your ears is a powerful pattern recognition engine that often flags up false positives, and yields meaning where none exists
      1. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        It's the basis of most paranormal belief and really bad science.
        Nov 4, 2016
      2. Vinci
        Vinci
        How do you sit between you ears?
        Nov 4, 2016
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      3. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        @Vinci, it's a strange expression. Probably got it from the Dutch :D
        Nov 4, 2016
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    13. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Respect to Gina Miller, fighting through the courts for Parliament to minimise the damage to the UK by Brexit.
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      2. Neo-Harambist
        Neo-Harambist
        It isn't going to achieve anything and Brexit will still happen.
        Nov 3, 2016
      3. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        It can't stop Brexit but if we can somehow maintain our trading links with Europe it might prevent the Armageddon that future historians will record as economic suicide.
        Nov 3, 2016
    14. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Brexit, the rise of Trump . . democracy is flawed, because today's issues are so complex that ordinary people can't make sense of them.
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      3. redwhiteAustrian
        redwhiteAustrian
        Lies are as good as facts these days, it's the sad reality we find ourselves in.
        Nov 3, 2016
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      4. Makingtrax
        Makingtrax
        We voted for 91% of EU directives since 2009 and have objected to a tiny few. In fact Germany have had more objections over ruled than us.
        He wanted people to think that Europe was governing us by taking this snippet out of context.
        Nov 3, 2016
      5. Godwin1
        Godwin1
        There were plenty of people at opposite ends of the spectrum who voted for brexit, lets not pretend the common denominator for vote stay was any different though.
        Nov 3, 2016
    15. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      I often wonder if woodpeckers get headaches.
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    16. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      Hate bad science. Watched a programme on Ley Lines, between ancient monuments. Human capacity for making up sh*te amazes me.
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    17. Makingtrax
      Makingtrax
      2nd out of 92!
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