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Fri Aug 19 5:52 pm  #1


Tomorrow.

They better frigging win!


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Fri Aug 19 7:51 pm  #2


Re: Tomorrow.

They will I wont be there, they always win when I do'nt go

Sat Aug 20 6:42 am  #3


Re: Tomorrow.

I wonder if I'll be pissed off at quarter to five?


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Sat Aug 20 7:06 am  #4


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No doubt Palace fans will show us what its like to back your team sing.....again

- even if the team go behind.

Sat Aug 20 10:37 am  #5


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37 fans from Macclesfield outsung the east stand when I was there I was appauled to be honest but I had a right good sing song at Leeds

Sat Aug 20 10:49 am  #6


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johnfirth wrote:

37 fans from Macclesfield outsung the east stand when I was there I was appauled to be honest but I had a right good sing song at Leeds

Your not wrong there, the Macc fans enjoyed themselves though.


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Sat Aug 20 11:25 am  #7


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I had a nice chat with Burnsey and Mike White at Humberside last week and they showed me around the studio, I'm expecting a shout out from them this afternoon

Sat Aug 20 2:49 pm  #8


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Thu Jan 9 10:47 pm  #9


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Fri Jan 10 10:11 am  #10


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Hmmmm. Very interesting that you're paynig at all. In Spain, internships are very badly paid, usually around 300 euros a month .will you be commissioning writers for sites, then?

Fri Jan 10 4:01 pm  #11


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Well, lets look at other countries that banend guns and see how well they did. Let's see, Hitler banend them in Germany. How did that work out for a few million people that got rounded up and executed? Numerous countries in the middle east banend them before certain regimes took over. Did that work out to the good of anyone? Guns are banend in Cuba. How are the people doing over there? Russia did the same thing. How are their peopel doing? Are ANY of these countries where  free people  live? Are / were there mass murders in these countries mostly done by the very government / officials running those countries and who banend those guns?The 2nd Amendment was put there for a reason. What is happening today IS tyrany. Why mass amounts of people don't arm themselves, ban together and storm the freaking white house to take it all back is beyond me. The Supreme Court FINALLY ruled that the 2nd amendment means INDIVIDUAL rights to keep and BEAR arms. It doesn't say in the 2nd Amendment that we get to keep and bear arms as long as they are unloaded or safely locked up and made completely useless, or we'll be arested. It doesn't say we can keep and bear arms as long as they don't have more than 10 round magazines. It doesn't say we can keep and bear arms as long as they aren't a threat to the government or out of control officials acting on bogus orders. It CLEARLY states that it is there to STOP a government from taking over. As long as we sit here ALLOWING them to beat us down and ILLEGALLY regulate our guns into useless pieces of iron, we might as well roll over and play dead. If we ALL banend together and showed them that we will NOT tolerate this shit any longer, they'll have no choice but to drop any and all regulations and bans ever instated. There are an estimated 44 or so million  reguistered  gun owners. this means there are probably two to three times more than that in reality. Why we only have 4 million NRA members is beyond me! It just shows how many people really care or are really concerned about this stuff. if you really want to make a difference, get all of the gun organizations together, including NAGR and join forces to get BIG numbers of people together for the same cause. The ONLY way we're going to be able to send a solid and undisputable message to Washington and change the laws is by having power in numbers by gun owners getting together and ENDING thenm this message.I mean really . we are ARMED and pissed off people, and we're going to sit here and continue to take this shit from those ass holes? WE run this country not them! They work for US! The Constitution guarantees us the right to use deadly force against a tyrant government. Taking away and regulating to death our 2nd Amwendment rights IS tyrany!

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Sat Jan 11 11:45 am  #13


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Sat Jan 11 10:45 pm  #14


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Sun Jan 12 5:50 am  #15


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As a former British cop (for 21yrs) and now a Permanent US<a href="http://pqyopjuwzb.com"> renedist</a> I feel I have a good perspective on this. Britain used to be a free country with gun laws that were restrictive but acceptable. Therein lies the danger. When I was a cop in the 70s and 80s the law required applicants for a firearms licence to obtain it from the police in his or her area. The police carried out a background check and stipulated the gun should be kept in secure storage. There was a restriction on the amount of ammo that could be held and amendments (Variations) were needed to change or add to the weapons held. This may seem draconian by US standards but it allowed for honest law abiding citizens to keep and use most types of firearm. The gun laws were gradually tightened first shotguns were subject to increased restriction, then semi auto weapons banned. The handgun ban introduced after the tragic school shooting at Dunblane was a typical political knee jerk reaction to a tragedy. The shooter would not have been able to carry out this crime with his weapons had the local police in Scotland carried out the checks they were required to. The only tangible result to the ban was of course the total destruction of our Olympic shooting team, and of course the huge surge in gun crime. The unrestricted flow of guns from Europe into the country, as a result of the EU open border policy also added to the problem.In a vain effort to keep the truth from the public. Further bans have followed including replica weapons. deactivated weapons and a new law which give a MINIMUM sentence of 5Year’s imprisonment to anyone in possession of a firearm. This law led to the arrest and conviction of a former soldier who found a weapon throw over his garden fence and unwisely handed it in to the police.Great Britain under its present liberal regime is a clear example of what is in store for the USA if the liberals get their way. The arguments they give for gun control are exactly those given in Britain were citizens are arrested if they use any kind of force to defend themselves. God bless America the NRA and the NAGR for standing firm against them your liberty was hard won and is worth protectingSteve Challis (Kentucky)

Sun Jan 12 11:31 pm  #16


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I was quite surprised too see his age. I knew he'd been aruond for a while but I didn't realise he was as old as he is, although for a spinner he still has 5 plus years left in him.I am very surprised that Pakistan didn't want him, if thats the case. I have to admit I don't know his story and how he came to end up playing for SA, except to say that it's obvious from his record that he has played a lot of his cricket outside of Pakistan.I also know that last year he was Warwickshire's bowling match winner, so it was a fair bet that he was going to be good enough to make the step up to international cricket.I don't know what PCB were playing at, I assume he would get into the current side? Maybe in the past they always thought they had better spinners so weren't too concerned at him deciding to play elsewhere. It's a strange one.

Mon Jan 13 2:08 am  #17


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Wed Jan 29 5:11 pm  #21


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Thu Jan 30 6:06 pm  #24


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