Should the EU thread be closed?
Definitely not. It is my go to thread for (largely) grown up debate on the subject. Living out in the sticks and working alone I do not get much chance to hear other peoples views unless I go to the pub on the weekend. And you would swear everyone one in the pub is fed on a constant diet of the Daily Mail and “Farage TV”, so kind of not my scene really.
Appreciate it gets a bit samey but the level of debate that does come through (often between the lines I admit) is way up there compared to most forums I frequent. Here’s hoping for 2000 pages 🙂Posted 5 months agobikebouyMember
I say leave it open, you can’t “un-mod” it because it’s on a public forum and there are some folks that like entertaining themselves on it.
Also, if it was closed those forum members would take the argument to new/other threads and the forum would end up being cluttered with multiple same topic threads.
Also, despite the bickering in there, the topic is important to all. Some of the posters are both passionate and informed on thier point of view, you might not like what they have to say but let them speak. This leads me to believe that intelligent conversations on such divisive a subject should continue, with the obvious moderation considerations. (Sorry Mods)
Warnings have been issued and communicated, let the posters in there decide whether they want to follow the directive or not.
I vote to remain it being open 😆Posted 5 months agowrightysonMember
Do you care? I’d much rather post on here about getting to Twickenham as I did earlier in the week and got a raft of brilliant advice and offers. I just don’t bother reading such bore off subject matter, mainly because this little community we have here can have absolutely no influence on it whatsoever, where as me getting to Twickenham easily was something (yes I’m going to use that h word) the hive sorted in a flash. So in short, ignore it and hopefully it will go away, just like that headset one did eventually 😉Posted 5 months agodeadkennySubscriber
rOcKeTdOg – Member
Yep, yes or no to keeping the thread open
Only with a guarantee we can have another on just before the final action, just to be sure we truly want it open or closed.
And then based on that, a referendum on independence for the chat forum. Who needs all this talk about bikes after all? 😀Posted 5 months agocloudnineSubscriber
The price of chocolate will definitely go up.Posted 5 months ago
Does it ever go down?
Effectively due to wage stagnation, inflation and Brexit about to screw over the economy for the foreseeable future. Many people have less money and their money will be worth less (wage stagnation) if the price of imported food goes up. People will be thinking twice about buying cheap cadburys mush, yet alone some posh truffles. Just my opinion.
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