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levi said:rogifan_new said:I think this is bull. I highly doubt we'll see a new Watch every year. If Apple is planning to make this change next year then I doubt we'll see a new Watch this year.
SpamSandwich said:Perhaps Apple could get an even better deal than with the backstabbing Irish and move their European operations to England instead now? No more harmonized tax rates to abide by, I'm sure Britain will be eager to attract LOTS of big businesses (and with that lower priced Pound too)!
England would make a great base for European Operations.
One other positive outcome for Apple when the EU finally disintegrates, is no more ridiculous EU commissions or EU Jihads and EU lawsuits against Apple.
How could the UK now be the "great base for European Operations".
The UK just cut itself off from the Single Market.
For your own good, please educate yourself on the matter before posting any more idiocy.
blitz1 said:1) No it isn't. Not even remotely. You're no more than a vile person trying to justify your racist thoughts.2) With a 2nd referendum in Scotland, Northern Ireland to follow, they are indeed in extinction process
Here's a clue. The racist card didn't work out too well for you lot in the recent Brexit vote, but keep up the good work!
Being racist has somehow become socially acceptable again.
Actually, the racist card worked pretty well for the Brexiteers.
Mind you, that doesn't make you any less obnoxious... nor smarter
crowley said:Except that hasn't been part of the argument at all, the immigrant argument from the leave campaign has consistently been to "keep Britain British", nothing about terrorists, rapists, molesters, or simpletons (?!) at all. Plain, unadulterated xenoophobia. Which you'd know if you'd followed the coverage, which you appear to be claiming that you have.
And good for the UK people for not voting for their own extinction!2) With a 2nd referendum in Scotland, Northern Ireland to follow, they are indeed in extinction process