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Offline rocket_scientist

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Re: Betting
« Reply #360 on: November 23, 2018, 10:57:15 AM »
Oh, it's my opinion.

Just a left wing little Englander instead of a right wing little Englander.

But rather than embark on a very long tirade I'll just say he's a cunt.

A very long tirade is not necessary nor would it be welcome.

A short bullet-point summation of his worst three aspects would be appreciated and more than likely interesting however.
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Re: Betting
« Reply #361 on: November 23, 2018, 11:07:31 AM »
* Fuckin
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* Arsehole

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« Reply #362 on: November 23, 2018, 11:11:11 AM »
He sees his future as leader of a left wing utopian English enclave.

Closer to the likes of Albainia of old or North Korea than anything seen in recent UK  history.

"The International" my arse.

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Re: Betting
« Reply #363 on: November 23, 2018, 11:43:06 AM »
Rock on Rico  :thumbsup:

The state of the oceans is probably the biggest blight on humanity in my lifetime.

And all the new European power stations being built by the Chinese, and powered by coal seems total nonsense to my inexpert mind. Surely some of you oil twats will have an opinion?

There was a question about the bet365 wifie on Question Time tonight. Now that is a free market - and it was good that there wasn't the same outrage on what she paid herself as I had heard elsewhere - but it was suggested that the company is registered in Gibraltar. Does anyone know the implications of betting companies being registered on the rock particularly?

Around 30 or so betting companies are set up in Gibraltar.
The main reason is Tax/VAT related. They market themselves to the tune of millions every month and a 20% saving amounts to millions saved over a year.
Corporation tax is also set at 10pc versus 20pc in the UK

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Re: Betting
« Reply #364 on: November 23, 2018, 08:26:05 PM »
Minijc, I've got Almere City HT/FT @ 12/5.

They scored right after I staked.

At 1-0 after 65 minutes, should I take the 2.72 cash out now or wait for the full 3.4?

Don't you understand how utterly stupid your argument was?

Never trust people who want to lift your leg.

Edit: red card means the cash out is now 2.04. How does this punter option favour the bookie?

Edit: an equaliser from Dordrecht means the cash out is less than 0.5. If I had cashed out, how would that have been a bad decision? And how can my having the option benefit the bookie?

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