You have to admit Jingo's fcuking with the threads has produced bugger all wins for us. When I do it alone we at least win.
As with the threads went the match. Absolutely horrible in the first half to go with the phony thread. A huge turn around in the second with my masterpiece. We also almost sh!thoused it because we were awful up until the footballers came on. Mir couldn't get the ball because it was hoofy von hoofy. After Grabban and Lolley and even to a small extent the super slow body gone but still has a bit of a mind Adomah came on we actually passed to feet.
We are fooked without Grabban and we are fooked with Ingo messing with the flow.
I hope the magic hasn't gone due to a disruption in the force...
Chicago: Happy to have escaped without a sore neck.
You would assume this is MIR’s last stand. If he doesn’t do something here I am guessing he will he replaced in January. Jingo buggered up the team sheets so I hope we can pull it out of the bag. Dawson for the headers is a good move.
I was actually going to do the thread today but this prick is really cocking things up. What should I do Gentleman? Should I wade in and try and turn the tide or accept that Jingo has torpedoed all chances with promotion and Sexy Sabri will fcuk off to Watford?
There is some match thread sh!t-housery going on here. It must be eliminated.
I condemn violence from anyone that costs innocent people their lives. My Great Grandad fought the British because they were evicted and starved by them and we're refused ownership of land they grew up on. The modern IRA are just thugs and gangster's. The early IRA fought for Catholics to have the right to land and jobs. I certainly don't condone using violence randomly such as bombing recklessly to make a point. That's why I have no time for the Hong Kong demonstraters who petrol bomb and loot. That's not protest but thuggery.
The pro democracy marches in Hong Kong are generally the opposite. They demonstrators haven’t hurt anyone. China and the H.K. government have sent in thugs to hurt the threat to Chinese power with guns and weapons. The Chinese are cnuts and it’s not even the same situation. It will he though if the Chinese army move in. I wonder if made up Donny watches the news at all? Jeff have a word!
His personal experience - from his posts is extremely emotional and if what he wrote is true - not disbelieving him as such, then he has a genuine beef against the British Army. All I asked is if he condemned the IRA as well
I am British (I don’t consider myself just English which I am) but it doesn’t mean I am proud of some of their (The British army), behaviour in Northern Ireland. My late step father was a soldier there and his hatred for the IRA and his mistrust of the locals set him up with some personal confrontations that had unforeseen consequences. Obviously in latter life he regretted it but never really got into why he was shot only that it wasn’t a military operation.
Markus is against all violence. It’s pretty obvious from his post. He just understands that in war no-one is the good guy and his family were caught in it and he wanted it to end.
There is a book that he recommended (I think it was him), called “Say nothing”. I highly suggest you read it.
There is no black and white in this world. Anyone who perpetrates violence for a cause where innocents are injured or killed should be condemned.
Although I find it amusing that nowadays (unless he moved) he lives in Glasgow which is known for it’s aggro... The anarchist!
Chicago: Walking between shades.
PS: I am not sure this thread is pleasing me though..
The two that stand out are Booksmart and the Art of self defence. Both are clever comedies (is the latter a comedy?). Jessie Eisenberg is the kind of bloke who you know would be annoying in real life but the roles he picks in films are very well chosen. Anyway, the Art of Self defence had me roaring with laughter because it is so wrong. Booksmart is very funny because it doesn’t try to be a female Superbad. It’s better written than that..
Both of the above have lots of beans on Toast with creamy butter and cheddar.. (Or w@nky dinosaurs if you so choose).
Spider man far from home is charming and fun and passes the time. Shazam. I liked it because it was silly and pushy but like most DC universe films devolves into bonkers CGI conflict. It’s better than most because it’s coherent and I like Zachary Levi because he was Chuck...