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    Have you ever faced unemployment or long term unemployment before?

    in General Discussion 22 minutes ago

    I lost my job just as the Great Recession hit its peak. Tough times. Despite being almost 30, holding a college degree, having procured excellent references, and having a resume proving steady employment for almost 10 years with a single employer in a respectable field requiring professionalism I literally couldn't get an interview with McDonalds. I was hustling for work with as many as four...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 22 hours ago

    MrWayne said: NightlyPoe said: As noted many times, the border will not close if the backstop is removed. Not automatically but there is a good chance that the border will be closed. I don't understand, why do you think the backstop is not necessary? Well, for one, because there's a better than good chance there will be a border specifically because of the...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 1 day ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: Just for clarification: While I said the backstop by itself is not legally mandated, closing the border to NI is a legal breach to the GFA. So there would need some mechanism or another needed to keep that border open. As noted many times, the border will not close if the backstop is removed....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 1 day ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: Do you not understand the issue? Yes, completely.  Please stop repeating the premise over and over.  It gets us nowhere. It is not directly legally mandated Thank you.  That is your answer to the question and all you had to say from the start. I now await Scoobes's answer as perhaps he knows something I don't....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 1 day ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: The backstop is meant to avoid a hard border in Ireland. Without the backstop there will be a hard border incoming, which would go against the Good Friday Agreement. Hence why Ireland is so adamant about it. That doesn't make the backstop legally mandated.  You've only reiterated the issue again.  I'm asking for a source that actually says that it's...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 1 day ago

    Scoobes said: You didn't answer the question. What realistic alternative/amendment would you send back to them? The UK (May) picked the UK's red lines knowing full well they weren't compatible with the UK's lawful commitments to the GFA. It's not EU intransigence to ensure international law and agreements are upheld. And as I said before, the backstop was the UK's idea, not the...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: That depends on what the UK has to sell them, if they need that and if they can get it from another source cheaper or better. There ain't very much anymore that the UK has to offer for other countries, so chances are they won't be too interested into trading. And if they do, then rather on their terms than on the UK's terms. That still doesn't mean people...

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    Official 2020 US Election: Republican Party Discussion

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    The Mueller investigation seems to be a dud. Hard to see how Trump even faces a realistic challenger....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    JRPGfan said: There needs to be regulation since the UK will have differnt rules & regluations than the EU.As long as Ireland is part of the EU, there will need to be a boarder because of this. No one is debating that's the issue.  Not sure what point you're even making....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: Because compared to such economic blocks like the EU, the UK alone is insignificant in that regard these days. In fact, the whole world is uniting into such economic blocks: The EU, the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union around Russia), AESAN (South-east Asia), BBIN (Buthan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal), The Caribbean Community, the African Union (still working on the free...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Scoobes said: I'm still not seeing how anything you suggested would put the ball back in the EU's court. They would simply refuse until the UK came up with a suitable insurance policy or a genuine solution to the border issue that didn't break the GFA and international law (which is basically what the EU have been saying all along). The onus would be back on the UK as the party that...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: The transition period will only come if there is a deal ready before April 12. And? And such a deal needs to have a backstop or other such mechanism to be accepted by the EU. You don't understand that the backstop (or any replacement of it) must be part of the deal and that one must be accepted by the UK parliament before April 12, or there will be no...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: That's where you got it all wrong. The reason it would only come into effect in 2021 is that during the transition period the UK would effectively still be in the customs union, hence no need for the backstop until then. Without the transition period the backstop would have come into effect the moment the UK would leave the EU with a deal. Umm, no. ...

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: Removing the Backstop would automatically lead to a hard border in Ireland anyway. The Backstop was the British solution to avoid a hard border there, so removing it without replacing it with something else doesn't solve the problem at all, it ensures the problem. That's simply incorrect.  The backstop doesn't come into effect until 2021 at the earliest...

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    Sony will no longer allow retailers to sell digital codes for games, add-on cards and PSN$ cards will remain

    in Sony Discussion 2 days ago

    shikamaru317 said: https://twitter.com/Wario64/status/1109210884486754304 Seems like a good way to piss off retailers, who already hate the push for digital games as is.  I'm guessing that they don't sell many digital games with retailers anyway.  So retailers might well end up pretty neutral....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    MrWayne said: How would that solve anything? The EU would never accept this "new deal". Why not?  If the only point of contention is the Irish border, then surely continuing negotiations where neither side is actually interested in creating a hard border is better than having a hard border up in three weeks. Like I said, the ball needs to go back to the other court. ...

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    Cadence of Hyrule announced for Switch (Official indie developed Zelda spinoff)

    in Nintendo Discussion 2 days ago

    KrspaceT said: NightlyPoe said: Funny, I just assumed that comment was about Tokyo Mirage Sessions. I was refering to Tokyo Mirage Sesssions. Yay me for being perceptive....

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    Brexit

    in Politics Discussion 2 days ago

    Here's the core of Britain's problem and it's a simple negotiating dillema: The ball is staying in Britain's court. Basically, May's negotiating on behalf of the EU instead of the UK by trying to force her country into a completely unacceptable deal. And, furthermore, it's the EU asking a concession from Britain that's causing the hold up. So, why aren't they just stripping the unacceptable...

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    LABO VR Kit - Video Overview released

    in Nintendo Discussion 3 days ago

    curl-6 said: Video overview released: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOjcbdAU5Gw Why NOT package it with Pokemon Snap and sell 5 million units?  They're so close to the dream....

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    Was an announcement cut last minute from the Nindies Showcase?

    in Nintendo Discussion 3 days ago

    Bofferbrauer2 said: Quite possible. Not only was it too short, the ending was pretty abrupt imo - as if the last one was cut out. Hmm?  Naw.  They were already doing the fake wrap-up when the music hit.  Cadence of Hyrule was definitely planned as the "One last thing" announcement to close out the show and let everyone walk out smiling. If something got cut is was...

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