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  1. Imagine seriously suggesting Diego Simeone as a replacement for Puel if he comes to the PL it will be to someone like Man Utd
  2. Both of us have been creating a lot of good chances without taking them in recent weeks, so I'm going either 0-0 (that continues) or 3-3 (it doesn't).
  3. Exactly the same as tomorrow. I get man city weren't confirmed as finalists when they first arranged it, and aren't in the semi finals yet, but if they're moving a fixture it should be one that is guaranteed to be happening that weekend, or if they want to risk it, then have a blank slot if that game then needs rearranging rather than screwing over more fans. Talking less that three weeks notice for Arsenal, like tomorrow, and how are Newcastle fans supposed to work out traveling?
  4. Right, but that's really not a counter argument against Puel saying he's got potential but needs to demonstrate it, you're closer to saying the exact same thing. As I said, what Puel has said is what every critic of Gray repeatedly says, just in a more supportive and tactful way (almost like he's Gray's boss or something). People taking issue with it, when it's an opinion they've voiced, are showing they're not interested in reasoned positions and criticism, they start with hating Puel and work backwards from that to justify it.
  5. But he's right? What he's said is Gray has potential ("all the qualities for the future") but needs an end product and to impact games more ("he needs to learn to have calm, to have the right touch, to finish" and "he needs to have the clinical edge because a striker or winger needs to score"). It's pretty much exactly what every city fan says about Gray and why they criticise him (he's had potential for a while but stalled and not fulfilled it). This is literally people disagreeing purely because Puel said it.
  6. So, where in the article do they actually argue that "universities should be punished for giving black students lower grades". You could maybe argue that suggesting that gold TEF not be attainable if a vast swathe of your students are underachieving but that seems fairly reasonable?
  7. the difference between mean, median and mode is taught in primary school.
  8. Only if you're looking at the mean - that can be skewed in either direction by the extremes. Median is far better for this sort of discussion, and the median salary is £28,600 gross (£550 per week - https://www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/peopleinwork/earningsandworkinghours/bulletins/annualsurveyofhoursandearnings/2017provisionaland2016revisedresults#main-points)
  9. A piece that is utterly full of shit let's be quite clear. There's no actual evidence of collusion involving Hillary (unlike say, Trump Jr and Manafort). It's not being ignored any more than the teapot orbiting Jupiter is being ignored
  10. And the department of justices probe, a non-partisan one with greater depth and scope, is still going while having found enough to bring out a record number of indictments... Let's do a quick bias check shall we? https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/southern-poverty-law-center/ So, not actually particularly left and strongly factual in their reporting. This might be the single most stupid comment I've ever seen. What anarchists were involved in the Obama administration?
  11. Imagine if maybe people hadn't taken kindly to a black president and had kicked out like petty children? Imagine if that had maybe been fronted by a campaign lying about his place of birth, maybe popular with a certain failed billionaire who seemed determined to give his daughters daddy issues by telling the national press that he'd shag them if they weren't related to him? But of course none of that could possibly have happened...
  12. The collision is clear as day, and we all know Mueller is just putting together a watertight case demonstrating trump knew of the collusion (collusion from his campaign manager is already established: http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/02/manafort-lying-collusion-russia-protect-trump-mueller.html). Odds are quite good that the bastard child of Caligula and the sugar puffs monster will leave office to die in a jail cell. As for claiming SPLC is leftist you've swallowed the kool-aid well and truly, that's just a nonsensical talking point from those weird shitheads who want to pretend that discrimination doesn't exist anymore (usually by claiming it's illegal therefore doesn't happen)
  13. Seems an odd dig when you support Brexit, a policy that is genuinely about sinking the entire country because we don't have to be equals in a successful union like we are on the surface world
  14. This is only a difficult question to answer if we acknowledge that most presidents were racist. If we're just referring to Trump: www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2009/racist-backlash-greets-president-barack-obama https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2016/11/01/u-wisconsin-criticized-over-response-costume-depicting-lynched-obama https://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/presidential-campaign/305749-republicans-employ-double-standard-to-discredit America has a long history of heavy racist elements in its electorate, and the election of Trump was a backlash from those troglodytes for Obama's crime of being president while black - which is why even though he was your standard American war hawk, they still consider him a traitor (something they oddly don't extend to Trump, a president who blatantly colluded with hostile forces to get elected)
  15. We've left our party because of it's racist leadership, now let us introduce our new party with it's racist leadership.
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