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88 Energy Share Chat (88E)



Share Price: 2.025Bid: 1.95Ask: 2.10Change: 0.175 (+9.46%)Riser - 88 Energy
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 7.69%Open: 1.85High: 2.125Low: 1.775Yesterday’s Close: 1.85


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5ftwobblyperson
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RE: A journeyman
Today 23:35
Thanks but sometimes useful to see what trolltastic nonsense is being chatted
 
Islayman
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RE: ??
Today 23:31
Well spotted, Stalin. It's because it's our old 'friend'. He's using at least three names today at least, easy to spot. Anyway, let's concentrate on the real issue and not puerile, ill-intentioned drivel. I think we might get an RNS tomorrow morning, but of course could be wrong. I don't attribute today's rise to that, I just feel it might be time for it. Which way it might go, if indeed it does appear, no one knows. But I'm sure we're all hoping for the best of news.
Reaper666
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RE: A journeyman
Today 23:29
Hi 5ft. If you wish you can be efficient and just filter one and the same :-)
messyaffair
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Anyway politics is for pubs...
Today 23:16
Here we talk of parties....
messyaffair
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RE: Frankie Boyle Facebook today
Today 23:13
in this case....
5ftwobblyperson
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RE: A journeyman
Today 23:13
Disco I think we have met before welcome to my ignore list just you and the T line chappy
messyaffair
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RE: Frankie Boyle Facebook today
Today 23:13
Funny really as it was the Obama admin.. that dropped the ball in relation to NK. I am not a fan of Trump - Apart from his choice in women. But the blame can be left at the doorstep of the democrats i this case...
LifeOReilly
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Frankie Boyle Facebook today.....
Today 23:12
.........pressing the send button a couple of hundred times a day.

Trump isn’t a military man, and salutes troops in a way that makes Benny Hill look like Stalin. I hate the way that “draft dodger’ is thrown at Trump as an insult. I mean, if you want to insult a guy who looks like God twisted some haemorrhoids into a balloon animal, why pick one of the few moments that he behaved rationally? Some take comfort in the fact that a triumvirate of US generals have essentially annexed military policy. In many ways, the concentration of power into the hands of Generals Mattis, Kelly and McMaster is the only thing worse than Trump.

It’s impossible to have been in an institution like the US army your whole life without having internalised a worldview that believes complex international relationships are best handled through the medium of high explosives. In their own way, their worldview will be as limited as those priests who live in the catacombs under the Vatican who can see in the dark and have five hundred words for a child’s bottom. The US military view is one that sees existence as a permanent war for resources. A huge reason for elite climate change denial is that it collapses the American worldview. If you allow that climate change is real, the war for resources is two dying men in a locked room fighting over a live hand-grenade. It’s also a worldview of permanent escalation. In the aftermath of a college shooting, we always laugh at the wing-nut who calls for more guns on campus. Yet that’s actually a pretty tight metaphor for US foreign policy, one where the US is both the wing-nut, and the shooter.

If I might make one suggestion to the North Koreans, please don’t drop bombs indiscriminately upon the USA. There are specific targets you should hit that would upset the President the most and, luckily for your bombing crews, they’ve all got his name written on them in fifty foot high letters.
LifeOReilly
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Frankie Boyle Facebook today
Today 23:08
Gone off script but....

'' It’s impossible to imagine what it’s like to be killed in a nuclear explosion, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try. I think it will probably involve being blasted over quite a large distance, and at a surprising height, while simultaneously having all your skin burnt off. I know we think of it as being an instant death, but there’s every chance that there will be a few seconds where you’ll be sailing out of your local school catchment area, at a height of about a hundred feet or so, as some sort of screaming skeleton. Maybe you will get to see your family melt before the blast picks you up, and your final memory will be of their faces devolving into cubism. Or maybe it’s more like being smashed to pieces by a wave of rubble. After all those years of driving into town to go to work, or go shopping, your city centre will finally be coming to you, moving at several thousand miles an hour, and hotter than Venus in July.

Donald Trump got himself into yet another war of words with North Korea after they test fired a missile that went over Japan. In a war of words you do not want to be on Trump’s side: a man who speaks like he’s on shuffle and has a smaller vocabulary than an upturned calculator. It’s incredible to see the US take the moral high ground about, of all things, nuking Japan. Bear in mind that Japan is a country that specialises in wooden buildings with paper walls. It’s odd to think that as millions of people hunkered down in their paper houses during a potential nuclear attack, they were still safer than the many thousands of people in the UK living in high rise social housing.

Trump is like a fat bee bashing around inside a greenhouse repeatedly failing to understand why the world doesn’t work as he thought it did. The chances of this unrepentant lunatic starting World War III are surely very high. Often, when I hear Trump talk even the most egregious garbage about wanting to strip people of their healthcare, or exile children, I’m actually just glad that he’s talking about the future, weighing his words like I would those of a possible suicide.

This is a man who obsesses over winning, and uses success as his single metric for evaluating humanity, who has become the key player in a game which it is impossible too win. Who would win in an all out conflict with North Korea? My best guess is a guy in Tokyo who knows how to catch and roast rats, who owns a shopping trolley and has the entrepreneurial flair to get out into the smoking rubble of his city and begin trading his rodents on sticks for essential items. A UN expert at the European Council on Foreign Relations told the media that Trumps latest intervention on sanctions was, ‘an exceedingly silly thing to say’. We can only assume he’s had that statement prepared for the last two years and since writing it has thought about pressing the send but
discombobulation
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RE: A journeyman
Today 23:07
Panama,

I know I'm filtered and that you won't read this but I just have to say your post was superb.

Most enjoyable but very, very far off the mark.

You might care to read my post in response to the devilish Reaper.

Dark room? Wet flannel ?




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