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    Not really. They just look across the aisle and...

    Not really. They just look across the aisle and think "Well, it could definitely be worse":

    https://i.imgur.com/VXFEKaN.png
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    Which is a pity because a Johnson premiership...

    Which is a pity because a Johnson premiership almost certainly leads to a GE within a few short weeks.

    Coincidentally the summer recess starts almost immediately after the new PM takes over and...
  3. Right, but XFS has been the default in RHEL land...

    Right, but XFS has been the default in RHEL land for like six years now. It's been in the kernel for almost two decades. It's hardly cutting edge development. Red Hat spend almost no resources on it....
  4. I wouldn't read too much into this. If you're sat...

    I wouldn't read too much into this. If you're sat there comparing filesystem features or hand-building arrays measured in 10s of TBs you're no longer Red Hat's target market. We shifted to doing this...
  5. Only if it's a FIPS one in which case serves you...

    Only if it's a FIPS one in which case serves you right for buying a FIPS device.
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    centrists presided over the largest transfer of...

    I don't care if we have a Labour government if it's centrist. What's the fucking point of the party if it isn't representing the interests of labour over capital?

    I'm a leftist, not a tribal...
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    Recession time! Project fear!

    Recession time! Project fear!
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    Is Crosby running Boris's campaign? Promising a...

    Is Crosby running Boris's campaign? Promising a 10bn giveaway to the richest in society paid for from a pot of money that just doesn't exist? That's got his grubby antipodean fingerprints all over...
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    The truth matters. The circumstances matter. The...

    The truth matters. The circumstances matter. The context matters. Just like when we're talking about so-called "crypto" fascism we can't just look at the literal meaning of the words put forward to...
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    He's such a miserable cunt I bet he's one of the...

    He's such a miserable cunt I bet he's one of the few human beings who becomes more interesting after he's done a couple of lines



    thanks, twitter



    Why not? I'm generally swayed by local...
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    You can't repeat a localist campaign on the...

    You can't repeat a localist campaign on the national stage. That said if the numbers were replicated the magic of FPTP could return an overwhelming leftish majority while destroying both the tories...
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    Required rate is pushing 9. It'd be an absolute...

    Required rate is pushing 9. It'd be an absolute knock and a half.
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    Nice calm day today then

    Nice calm day today then
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    Could well be a Hermes missile, which is 100%...

    Could well be a Hermes missile, which is 100% definitely not just a V-2 shipped over from Peenemunde along with the engineers and reassembled in New Mexico to see how they worked.
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    Labour's attempt to redefine antisemitism while...

    Labour's attempt to redefine antisemitism while ignoring the opinions of any actual Jewish people on what might be offensive to them as a group came long, long after this disgusting saga started....
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    Oh look, Peter Willsman. I'm sure everyone will...

    Oh look, Peter Willsman. I'm sure everyone will be entirely shocked to discover he's ranting about Jewish conspiracies without evidence again. I'm sure we'll all be likewise shocked when internet...
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    Well, yes, but we rejected the one system that is...

    Well, yes, but we rejected the one system that is actually worse than FPTP.
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    That's not right. It's not a straight swing.

    That's not right. It's not a straight swing.
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    Went from "ooh this is good", to a bit nervy, to...

    Went from "ooh this is good", to a bit nervy, to outright terrified to full on "it's coming home" status in the space of a couple of hours. Sterling stuff.

    And that bloody catch man
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    Corbyn's just gone full lexiteer. Still wants a...

    Corbyn's just gone full lexiteer. Still wants a deal of his own making (i.e. the fantasy land one) and believes any referenda in the future should not include remain as an option.

    Wonderful...
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    Careful now Rodj, Ed Miliband is the new Saviour...

    Careful now Rodj, Ed Miliband is the new Saviour of Corbynism. Criticising him will lead to your immediate ejection from the one true church of the left wing.

    And then presumably a review two days...
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    The EHRC investigation relates to institutional...

    The EHRC investigation relates to institutional issues, not any single issue. There's a difference between an organisation of racist people and a racist organisation. Have you ever read the...
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    No, it's equivalent to being charged. Did you...

    No, it's equivalent to being charged. Did you bother to read the act you're supposedly now an expert in or are you just making this up as you go along?
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    Being investigated is being whacked. It's a...

    Being investigated is being whacked. It's a near-last-resort act of enforcement. To get to this point the EHRC has to receive sufficient evidence to cross the bar of reasonable suspicion, at which...
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    Fine, if you prefer to split hairs it's the...

    Fine, if you prefer to split hairs it's the exercise of an enforcement power rather than an enforcement action. Those are some mighty fine hairs you've got there.
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