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  1. 2 points
    Its not funny anymore Gary, the lunatics have taken over the asylum and they think they are the reasonable ones.
  2. 1 point
    When we had 10 games remaining I predicted that the teams we'd most likely trip up against were Wednesday, Rotherham and Millwall. As Dorset says, they've had some decent results lately. Plus they're fighting for survival. Will be a lot tougher than some are predicting methinks. The one we need to desperately win is Bristol.
  3. 1 point
    The mind boggles. Somebody may correct me here but aren't the UK the fifth biggest economy in the world? Ok some corporate firms may build there cars elsewhere and it may drop slightly but why the f*ck should we pay into a pot to sort other countries out before our own. Look at the struggles of the NHS etc and towns and cities around the country that have nothing in the way of jobs.
  4. 1 point
    02/04/2019 : The majority of Labour and many Tory MPs are anti-Brexit, despite standing for election in 2017 on manifestos that stated they would implement the result of the 2016 Referendum. All the manouverings in Parliament reflect their inability to agree on an alternative to remaining in the EU and none of these alternatives are what they truly believe in anyway. The only thing they do agree on is blocking a 'No Deal' Brexit. No Deal is the legal default the MPs have themselves set and which they are trying to avoid. If the EU refuses a further extension to Article 50, understandable if it will only give time for more dithering, this will leave the MPs staring at the 'cliff edge' of No Deal. In that situation I reckon the Government will Revoke Article 50, as this will be the only option left in their control. There are strategic benefits to this, namely, we retain the Rebate, our Opt-outs from the Euro and Schengen and retain our representation in Brussels. It will mean no Brexit for now, but not forever.
  5. 1 point
    f*ck me, who would run celtic then?
  6. 1 point
    My overseas teams are - Barcelona AC Milan Dortmund Fernehbace River Plate Feyenoord Benfica Santos I would love to go to see each of them play in their own stadia.
  7. 1 point
    What a fantastic weekend! The Dortmund fans were once again very welcoming as they took over Berlin!
  8. 1 point
    You clearly know f*ck all about the early history of the islands or the Spanish and Portuguese colonisation of South America and seem to have even less of a clue about the war or the sort of people running Argentina at the time, suffice to say more than 200 British men died to spare the Islanders the same fate that had befallen countless 1000s of Argentinian civilians, many of whom still have families searching for information about their fate. I fear that there are now so many ignoramuses who have had all the privilege of been born into a democracy who like you have been taught to hate it that we are finished, I think at some point in the not too distant future you will get to live under people very much like all those mass murdering dictators you so admire...enjoy.
  9. 1 point
    Oh and the IRA were all saints. justice for the 21
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