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  1. OveFundinFan

    Quick Update...

    and I another one who doe not post, not done for a few months, in fact today is the first time I have spent more then a couple minutes, and that was the moto gp section. Not worth the hassle.
  2. OveFundinFan

    Moto Gp, 2 And 3

    Once again a shame John McPhee was taken out, 2 weeks in a row and neither his fault. If Acosta can get to the front of the pack from a pit lane start, and then make a break, I reckon John could make a break from a normal start, pull away, not be bothered again and get a win. He may as well try a different plan because he probably too far behind points wise, even now, never mind taking into account next weeks pit start plus a -10 seconds penalty. Its a pity he didnt get his promised Moto2 ride this year, its less cut and thrust then Moto3. But there again Jake Dixon might not of got a Moto2 ride this year. He wasnt doing too well, but then picked up mide season and got his ride. Valentino has been my favourite rider for so long, but he has outstayed his welcome. Seems the new machines and tyre sepecifications suit a fresh stle which the youngsters catch onto quickly. Last season was possibly one too many, this year is too painful to watch him.
  3. OveFundinFan

    Covid-19 Are we being told the truth ?

    Thankyou Kearva for voicing your opinion, but that is all it is - your opinion. Rather disrespectful to the "NHS workers at trhe absolute limit". Day after day, shift after shift they are on the frontline tackling a deadly virus. And you know what, Kedarva, they will be at the front line for you if you are unfortunate enough to get the virus badly, putting their lives on the line to look after you when you will be struggling for the air that you once took for granted is difficult to breathe. Of course, they wont know what you have said on this forum, not that it would matter, because they just get on with the task they are dedicated to. I am pleased for you that your job is guaranteed for the next 10 years, I hope you get to live them.
  4. OveFundinFan

    'the Donald' Trump

    I understand it was a similar situation when riots and looting took place last year when some black person died whilst being restrained by police. That was terrible but the looting and violence that followed should not of happened, they were mostly in republican areas but there was no denouncing of the events by any republican politician. The weakness of Joe Biden will be exposed. I would expect close trade ties with China as Joe Bidens son has business links with China I think. The uk is being criticised for trade talks with China considering the poor human rights in China , but human rights won’t matter when family are involved in business.
  5. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    You being silly again HA, it’s clear to see that “you lot” was not referring to a particular individual, but to Remoaners in general.
  6. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    You are just taking the Micky now Orion. That was another statement showing that Nissan REPEATEDLY WARNED that its Sunderland plant would not be viable if BoJo failed to secure free access to the EU market. Perhaps you should have gone specsavers, it is very clear that Nissan was saying they would shut down in those circumstances. Remoaners on here were gleefully pointing it out that brexit was going to shut down a major employer, Nissan. It’s time you remoaners moved on, like Nissan have done, and get on adjusting to the changes brexit has brought, get on making changes to be successful, just as Nissan has made changes.
  7. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Who knows HA, I don’t, and I presume you don’t either or else you would have told us, maybe. Maybe they were thinking like most people do....... “ I am happy where I am, why’s should I move”. But the reality hit them, uk is leaving the EU so we may as well settle down, admit uk leaving and move forward. In that moving forward they realised, in the long term, rather then importing EV batteries from Japan, it will make more sense in manufacturing them “just round the corner”. The Nissan management decide closing the factory down, after all the money, time, effort, they had spent building it up, would cost a lot of money, too much money, so they now look to the future with a positive mind set, the future is ahead, make a go of it.
  8. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    You see Orion, your statement is incredibly incorrect. Here is a copy/paste from a press quote recently linked to by one of you fellow remoaners. ”Before the Christmas Eve deal, Nissan had repeatedly warned that its Sunderland plant would not be viable if Boris Johnson failed to secure free access to the EU market.” So if there was no deal the Nissan Sunderland plant was deemed not to be viable. A deal was agreed, so that’s got to be better then if a no deal had been the result. Not only is the plant staying open, a battery manufacturing is being built, trade that would have continued with Japan. It’s a BIG win situation i appreciate you not happy with that, that the uk is going to prosper. That’s a shame. Move on and rejoice.
  9. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    You don’t want to get the reality. It’s not the same, imports from another country will stop, and manufacturing of that product will be in the uk. I know it’s hard for you remoaners, but you really got to face the fact. Plus remoaners are saying Nissan said they positive with the brexit trade deal. I will post Nissans quote once more. “Nissan's chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta told the BBC: "The Brexit deal is positive for Nissan.” LOOK, he said “the brexit trade deal is positive for Nissan”, he did not say “the brexit trade deal”. Got it yet?
  10. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Not going to go back through posts to see what you said, but more then a few on here were gloating that Nissan was going to pull out of Sunderland. What they have now said they will STOP IMPORTING FROM JAPAN and important feature of an electric vehicle ie THE BATTERY, and MANUFACTURE IT IN THE NORTH EAST. 22 days being out of EU and this announcement is made. Do you think that this decision has just been thought of last night and announced to the press today. I think it has been on the board room table, potentially for many months, while costings and other implications put together, for discussion at a major level both in the uk and Japan. Get a grip.
  11. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Your spin, your welcome to it, but why not rejoice that a manufacturing plant is not going to close (as often stated), but will stay open, securing 10’s of thousands of jobs both at the plant and supporting industries. Plus a EV battery plant will be built, technology for the cute. But no, remoaners like you don’t want to see the uk actually succeeding, just like Michel Barnier doesn’t want the uk to succeed outside of the EU. Get over it before severe depression overtakes you all.
  12. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Maybe you haven’t a clue what is going on behind the scenes, just like you never mentioned about a positive statement was due to come from Nissan. More then likely no one on the BSF is in the know. After 22 days I wasn’t expecting such a good report as issued by Nissan, so that’s a massive plus for me. No doubt what I just said will be turned around to a negative once again by the remoaners.
  13. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Where did Nissan say a major industry is being lost. You and others are putting a negative spin on a positive statement. he said “Nissan's chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta told the BBC: "The Brexit deal is positive for Nissan. Being the largest automaker in the UK we are taking this opportunity to redefine auto-making in the UK. Remainers need to come to terms that the uk is going to be successful outside of the EU. I appreciate it hurts you all to think that, but 22 days of leaving and a major manufacturer, is saying they are happy with brexit, they know they mange the situation for the betterment in the future. No shame if you all go into a corner in your home and have a cry. get over it.
  14. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    I read on the BBC News app this morning that production at the Sunderland Nissan plant is secure for the long term. The chief operating officer has said Brexit is a positive. Nissan, instead of importing electric vehicle batteries from Japan, will be investing in a battery manufacturing plant in the north east. The move means manufacturing of vehicles in Sunderland will meet the %age build rule of the EU, meaning export to the EU will remain tariff free. Electric vehicles is the future, and the government holds that view with 2030 the target date for no new petrol or diesel cars being sold in the uk. The government has said they will invest in new technology, looks like they keeping to that promise. The Nissan statement secure thousands of jobs, and will create new opportunities for businesses and workforce alike. Brexit is on the move, and UK is still only 22 days into freedom..... I will just wait for negative response from the stick in the mud Remainers.
  15. OveFundinFan

    European Union - In Or Out?

    But the customs situation will ease off as people get used to what is requires, whilst they money we give to EU wouldn’t have eased off.
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