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Jordan Peterson

Seemingly having his midlife crisis a few years late and has descended into full on crazy guy mode. What do people think of him? The intellectual of his generation or a guy who could do an hour long Ted Talk and yet say absolutely nothing original (or anything at all)?

His new show is legit hilarious in its lack of self awareness.

posted on 11/7/22

comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - Legacy Fan (U6374)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 4 seconds ago
It makes me sad.
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Yeah but also sometimes I love it. There is definitely a reality TV show in there somewhere.
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True, take Terry Munro right here.
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Some of us are savvy enough to know when we are being manipulated and don’t let it happen, the rest are like you, you will realise that eventually 👍

posted on 11/7/22

You really don’t.

comment by N2 (U22280)

posted on 11/7/22

comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 2 minutes ago
I think we can point to Brexit, Trump and Johnson to make the point for that.

That’s what historians will study in the future, and conclude how mental it was. Not woke moralists on Twitter.
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Moralists 😄

You do understand that if Labour get back into power it'll be by selling themselves out to the elite, so you won't see much difference. The elite were never letting someone like Corbyn win, simple as that.

posted on 11/7/22

I’m sure you’ll be able to work out that reference.

posted on 11/7/22

comment by RIP Terry Munro (U22874)
posted 4 minutes ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - Legacy Fan (U6374)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 4 seconds ago
It makes me sad.
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Yeah but also sometimes I love it. There is definitely a reality TV show in there somewhere.
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True, take Terry Munro right here.
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Some of us are savvy enough to know when we are being manipulated and don’t let it happen, the rest are like you, you will realise that eventually 👍

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“Here sheepy sheepy, fancy posting some woke moralstic nonsense on your Twitter and Facebook accounts so it will further drive a wedge between voters and embolden and strengthen the right wing vote?”

No problem, happy to help and here to be manipulated same time same place next week time

posted on 11/7/22

comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 56 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 4 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 30 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 29 seconds ago
Robbing and Welsh missing the point again.

The Tories may not be the most gay friendly group even though their party is full of homosexuals.

The point is they did something you'd expect Labour to do, and Labour did something you'd expect the Tories to do.
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Nope, not missing the point. Just explaining that your point is a figment if your imagination.

If it were left to the Tories, the bill would not have passed because more Tories voted against than in favour. At second reading there were 170 no votes and 136 of those were tory.

Over 200 Labour MPs voted in favour of gay marriage, compared to less than 130 Tories. Only 22 Labour mps voted against.

But yes, keep misrepresenting facts to make your argument.
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Yep, totally missing the point, probably on purpose.

I'm well aware more Tories are against it, but it was still brought in under their watch. And this is not something we would expect according to your black and white narrative.

You're also conveniently overlooking Labour's tuition fees as it suits your argument.
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I'm mot overlooking anything or even making whatever argument in your head you have decided I am making. I am simply correcting your deliberate misinformation that the Tories were responsible for hay marriage being legal. They aren't. The other parties were responsible.
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It was a joint effort, that's how the system works. Cameron is the one who came up with it, without that there would be nothing

Your hatred of them means you won't give them even a bit of credit.

Imagine calling that misinfo.
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David Cameron isn't "the tories". The tories voted against gay marriage. This is an undeniable fact that you kept trying to avoid for some bizarre reason. So yes, claiming the tories brought in gay marriage is misinformation because without the other parties it would have not been brought I because the tories were against it.

Imagine trying to claim that a party who voted against bringing gay marriage in were responsible for it coming in. Weird right wing propaganda.
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Holy fvk. This happened in 2013? A bit late to the game there.
It happened here a decade earlier brought in by a minority Liberal government and the following year the Tories won a minority government tried to reverse the decision only to be defeated by Parliament.

posted on 11/7/22

comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 44 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 8 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 4 minutes ago
comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 30 minutes ago
comment by N2 (U22280)
posted 29 seconds ago
Robbing and Welsh missing the point again.

The Tories may not be the most gay friendly group even though their party is full of homosexuals.

The point is they did something you'd expect Labour to do, and Labour did something you'd expect the Tories to do.
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Nope, not missing the point. Just explaining that your point is a figment if your imagination.

If it were left to the Tories, the bill would not have passed because more Tories voted against than in favour. At second reading there were 170 no votes and 136 of those were tory.

Over 200 Labour MPs voted in favour of gay marriage, compared to less than 130 Tories. Only 22 Labour mps voted against.

But yes, keep misrepresenting facts to make your argument.
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Yep, totally missing the point, probably on purpose.

I'm well aware more Tories are against it, but it was still brought in under their watch. And this is not something we would expect according to your black and white narrative.

You're also conveniently overlooking Labour's tuition fees as it suits your argument.
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I'm mot overlooking anything or even making whatever argument in your head you have decided I am making. I am simply correcting your deliberate misinformation that the Tories were responsible for hay marriage being legal. They aren't. The other parties were responsible.
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It was a joint effort, that's how the system works. Cameron is the one who came up with it, without that there would be nothing

Your hatred of them means you won't give them even a bit of credit.

Imagine calling that misinfo.
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David Cameron isn't "the tories". The tories voted against gay marriage. This is an undeniable fact that you kept trying to avoid for some bizarre reason. So yes, claiming the tories brought in gay marriage is misinformation because without the other parties it would have not been brought I because the tories were against it.

Imagine trying to claim that a party who voted against bringing gay marriage in were responsible for it coming in. Weird right wing propaganda.
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And how were these other parties going to bring it in if the Tories didn't propose it to begin with?

Like I said, joint effort.
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Any MP can propose a bill. It doesn't have to be the prime minister. The green party and the lib dems had pledged for gay marriage prior to the 2010 election.

You seem peculiarly unfamiliar with how our parliamentary system works.

posted on 11/7/22

comment by RIP Terry Munro (U22874)
posted 34 minutes ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - Legacy Fan (U6374)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 4 seconds ago
It makes me sad.
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Yeah but also sometimes I love it. There is definitely a reality TV show in there somewhere.
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True, take Terry Munro right here.
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Some of us are savvy enough to know when we are being manipulated and don’t let it happen, the rest are like you, you will realise that eventually 👍

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of course you are.

posted on 12/7/22

comment by United we win (U19958)
posted 2 days, 15 hours ago
If it wasn’t for men, there would be nothing. It’s men who have played a major role in building this world. It’s men who work in dangerous industries and put themselves at great risk. Stop with this men hating agenda. It’s a sickness and for men to fall for this feminist agenda is insane
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Classic stupidity. If it wasn't for women there'd be nothing too. Literally nothing.

posted on 12/7/22

comment by welshpoolfan (U7693)
posted 16 hours, 1 minute ago
comment by RIP Terry Munro (U22874)
posted 34 minutes ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 2 minutes ago
comment by Robbing Hoody - Legacy Fan (U6374)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by Darren The King Fletcher (U10026)
posted 4 seconds ago
It makes me sad.
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Yeah but also sometimes I love it. There is definitely a reality TV show in there somewhere.
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True, take Terry Munro right here.
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Some of us are savvy enough to know when we are being manipulated and don’t let it happen, the rest are like you, you will realise that eventually 👍

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The irony is that people who say this are often the ones being manipulated and them saying it is proof that the manipulation is working well.

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