By Etaoin Shrdlu, in 'Non-Latin Talk', Feb 22, 2016.
How are you planning to vote in the upcoming referendum, or how would you vote if you could?
I'm not very versed in politics in general, so I'm not sure what I'd do.
Were I ſtill one of H.M's reſident ſubjects, I might be motivated to vote to leave, but the proceſs for a nonreſident would be too daunting for me.
Anyone staying up to hear the result? No, probably not.
Well, not much of a challenge for the more occidental among us.
I'll stick my neck out and say I know the result already. I predict a vote at least 2 to 1 in favour of remaining.
The unofficial exit pollster I saw said it was running 70% in favour at that particular station, for what that's worth. Not much, really.
Brexit right now looks like a statistical dead heat, almost like the Quebec independence referendum in 1995.
I'm actually feeling like there's a glimmer of hope here.
Things are leaning toward the leave side. Sterling's crashing. It's all kind of morbidly fascinating.
We've kept the right of having the option to send in the removal van every 5 years and that's great news for British democracy. We might even see a domino effect in Europe, I wouldn't be surprised if this spells the beginning of the end for the EU in its current form.
Misspells, more likely. It's the triumph of the knuckledraggers, and the future's fucked. But hey, we stuck it to the man, eh?
The Sun always gets it right.
Congrats for your independence.
Don't be silly. That's a privilege reserved for today for British scumsuckers. The pound in your pocket may be worth 90p now, but hey, who cares about things like that?
Paddy Ashdown tweeted this morning "God help us."
Those Project Doom guys are so dramatic.
God help any country where drivelling morons thrive. Though the lack of a god probably explains why they exist at all.
Anyway, nobody's going to be thriving in a few months' time. And I can't say I'll be the slightest degree sympathetic when the idiots start losing their jobs, and wondering what happened. Duh.
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