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  1. West Ham (A) Match Thread

    I would hate to be a neutral. I can't remember the last time I felt this apathetic. I honestly couldnt give a shit
  2. Musical Maths Quiz

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 87/100 My Time 179 seconds  
  3. 80s Classics

  4. Man City Match Thread

    football is a cruel mistress
  5. Man City Match Thread

    It's been coming for about 20 mins. Have we got anywhere near their goal? Their goalie hasn't touched the ball yet. A good, well deserved goal. No real criticism of our play really. We all knew it was going to be like this & if we can avoid a cricket score, we haven't done too bad. I just don't want us getting our arses kicked & it effecting our confidence.
  6. Pitchfork

    I'm 46, the same age that Dawn would have been now. I grew up in Narborough, I went to school with her & was speaking to her in Narborough village the evening before she was murdered. Her murder was tragic. She was a popular girl & a lot of people would have been personally effected. For a long time, no girl/female was safe. My sister was 13 at the time & wasn't allowed to leave the house unaccompanied. Her best friend lived two doors away & either me or my Dad would have to walk her round or walk her back home - even in the middle of the day. There were wild rumours concerning the murders & what exactly had happened. Everyone was scared & suspicious. I don't suppose it was any different for any other household, but the police came to our house maybe 5 or 6 times......mainly questioning my Dad. I still remember, I was in the house & my Dad was in the garage doing some carpentry. Because we weren't in direct sight of each other, it felt like he was under suspicion - like he could have nipped out, murdered someone & nipped back without me knowing. The whole village felt terrorised. I would like to trust in the judicial system, but don't feel that he should be released. I have nothing but sympathy for the two families involved & it still saddens me remembering Dawn. That said, I don't believe for one second that he has expressed a desire to return to the area & I'm not going to lose my shit over it either. There were some ridiculous rumours going around 30 years ago & it seems they are still doing the rounds now. The authorities have a duty to protect the public & I hope they know what they're doing. I appreciate that there are some strong feelings among those that remember, but I find it a little ridiculous when people with no association whatsoever go out of their way to tell us what they would do if they got their hands on him. What purpose would that serve? Will it make it all better?
  7. Pitchfork

    To who has he expressed a wish to return to the area & how is this public knowledge?
  8. Won't be going to penalties then. That's O'Neill's Plan A out the window
  9. The crinkly music quiz no. 1

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 50/100 My Time 130 seconds  
  10. My Lovely Horse is a decent tune tbf
  11. What have Ireland ever won?
  12. Ireland only do shithouse. I can't remember them ever playing any other way......ever They'll try & shithouse a result in Dublin too
  13. I don't want either of these teams at the World Cup
  14. Let's have a TV shows thread.

    I missed the first couple of episodes, so will go back to the beginning when I get the chance. I did watch the rest though & it's fantastic. I have studied the Vietnam War quite a bit, but this is by far the best documentary on the subject I have seen. It's pretty graphic in places (e.g. full footage of Gen. Loan executing a Viet Cong soldier), but necessary. It's a complicated war, but it is well explained & compelling. A must see for anyone who is remotely interested in this kind of thing.
  15. How do you start your day...?

    Get up about 6.30 Make a cup of coffee & go into the garden for a cigar Have a shit Put the news on & put my feet up I actually prefer the mornings. It's about the only relaxation I get, where I haven't the missus going off in my ear about shit I haven't done, shit I've got to do or shit going down at her work.
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