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#1 Posted by Jaytow (793 posts) -

@brendan: There is enough content but the only problem is that most of it isn't worth doing in year 3.

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#2 Posted by Jaytow (793 posts) -

@papercut: Tiffany can give me her mysterious brown liquid anytime.

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#3 Posted by Jaytow (793 posts) -

I feel the same way but I think it may have more to do with the quality of tripple a titles than a change in my tastes.

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#4 Edited by Jaytow (793 posts) -

@truthtellah said:
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(Via Twitter)

When are 3.5 million people going to lose their jobs now that we've decided to leave the E.U?

Still waiting for that to happen mate, the way the remain twats went on you'd think we'd all be dead by now

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#5 Edited by Jaytow (793 posts) -

"I don't support Britains continued membership the E.U"

Racist!!

"I don't support Scotlands continued membership of the United Kingdom"

You keep on going!! You keep fighting for your freedom!!

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#6 Edited by Jaytow (793 posts) -

For god sake guys I thought he had died for a second then, thanks for nearly giving me a heart attack. Thread seems a little dramatic, crying?

He is in good health, right? I hope so!

Good luck in the future fella.

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#8 Edited by Jaytow (793 posts) -

I'd like to see some statistics relating to internet death threats. I'd like to know what percentage of these threats have been followed through so we can all stop overreacting when someone gets told they're going to die on the internet. Either that or we'll realise that 15,000 twitter users have mysteriously disappeared each day since the website launched.

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#9 Posted by Jaytow (793 posts) -

Every month is a good month to switch from xb1 to ps4, microsoft just don't seem to have a desire to be in the console buisness anymore.

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#10 Edited by Jaytow (793 posts) -

@shivoa: "people choosing to do work with lower remuneration" Implying women may be willing to work for less money not that they choose to work less hours for personal reasons.

I am saying there should be a pay gap since men work more hours, yes.

The idea that we should pay people to raise children is a political opinion, I'm not discussing politics, I'm addressing the claim that women face institutional discrimination in the work place and are at a disadvantage because of it.