I can predict what the comments will be. You’ll still see nothing but doom and gloom and I’ll still see nowt but hope and opportunity. It’s a fundamental difference in the way we choose to view the world, I suspect.
No, what we have is two people trying to derail the conversation when asked to back up their claims. At first there was no evidence to back up the claim that Britain is doomed, then when that failed to materialise it became all about me being aggressive and personally insulting, which, again, you were unable to back up with evidence, instead quoting something which was blatantly and obviously not aggressive or personally insulting. Now it’s being derailed further still.
I can speak more fluently with just my hands than most people can speak their mother tongue. You point being?
I have no need to, the written word has always been known to be one of my finer skills. However, I understand through the experience of people that I’ve met so far on life’s journey, that many will put whatever slant they wish on to what ever words you use and then attack you for that. It’s odd, strange behaviour but then I’ve learned as well over the years that people can say and do some odd things. I don’t let it bother me any more.
Now, if I was a bit more inclined to think like yourself or @aurovine then I could claim that you were being a tad racist by using stereotypical language to mock my British nationality. However, I’m not an idiot, I can’t abide the people who do that and so I’ll just say thanks
And since you’ve managed to utterly derail things away from Brexit conversation, I’m just going to throw this in here, for the sake of brevity. it seems the OECD have decided their doom mongering miserable predictions of the end of the British economy and the collapse of all things civilised was…well, wrong, basically.