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Totes emosh! Welling up here.

Wake up its time to die......

Dermatron wrote:

Absolute cunt fads. Never tried for England. Fuck knows why he chose to play for them. Not English in the slightest.

Imagine how good he could have been if he actually tried????

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(145 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

loopdokter wrote:

If I weren't knee-deep in piss, shit and lack of sleep, I'd happily help contribute to a technical solution of a replacement.

Old age gets to us all in the end!

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(145 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

The transition is going far more smoothly and orderly compared to Brexit. At least we may see a return of Flares!

Dr2DJ-(NR) wrote:

Brilliant night.

A S&D masterclass

Reminiscent of halcyon days seeing Sasha and John at Mecca (The Arches)

Wasnt there a massive Elephant down the staircase moment? Seems a lot of chatter about it over on Facebook.

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(145 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

We continue.....

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(4,120 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Can someone migrate this to the new board?

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You're clearly not a fan of long drawn out political drama then?

The Russia thing isnt just Trump though. You look what is going on in Syria, the EU etc. Its a volatile political period in our history and most of it seems to stem from Russian efforts to destabilise the West.

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(4,120 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Anyone following Seth Abramson on Twitter? Seems pretty clued. But, for all his knowledge the case on Trump is taking its time to come to fruition. When is the Mid-Season Finale?

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(13 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

We are shit, but if we fail to get out of a group containing Belgium, Tunisia and Panama we may as well give up the spot. No group of death to speak off so our chances of progressing past the round of 16 is unlikely.

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Riveting

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(4,120 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I was thinking that myself. It's a bit of a weak, in terms of the bigger picture, charge and will only lead to the assumption of a wider deal.

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I dunno, City have United the following week so might want to take it easy seeing as they have won the last two games due to deep into fergie time goals. Their luck has to falter at some point. The game against United will have the uncomfortable edge of everyone wanting a Mourinho teaming winning for a change!

Imagine that, wanting both Mourinho and United to win at the same time?

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I'm surprised Trump hasnt risen to the bait set by Joe Scarborough yet. This morning he must have mentioned Trump as being mental unstable, having pre-dementia, unfit for office at least a dozen times or so.

If this is the end game (and it sure feels that way, whether it be Trumps removal or War with NK), it will be interesting to watch Fox to see how they spin this in terms of their unwavering support.

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But, that is not a shit song?

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(834 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Henry Rindhoops wrote:
Dan Harwood wrote:

Welcome to 1970's Britain.

I do believe I referred the readers of this thread to Lynn Ramsay’s Ratcatcher film for a glimpse of the future/past.

High Rise has similar overtones but looking at it from a top down prospective rather than bottom feeder basis.

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You wont get many of the "Youth of Today" getting out of bed for £ 10 an hour (or less) to do a cleaning job. Expect the average price to have sky rocketed. Oh, this will also have a knock on effect on inflation that'll push up the prices of everything in the shops, which'll result in the Interest Rates having to rise to check inflation, then we'll have wage rise caps in the Public Sector bacause Labour fucked up with their 5% year on year rises, which will lead to the unions taking strike action and the return to the three day week!

I appreciate that Flares make a comeback every know and then, but a whole decade making a comeback? Welcome to 1970's Britain.

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So, Donald Trump is retweeting Britain First this morning?

Wow! Just Wow!

jamie wrote:

I can't see crypto currency completely replacing cash but I think it won't be long before we are all using it alongside legacy currencies to compliment where the technology is heading.

smallman1 wrote:

Cryptowingwang is what I'll be investing in next.

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Well, of course they are not going to cook them up to look bad, because the Brexiteers will cry foul, that they have been cooked, from the roof tops and that what do the experts know anyway, its going to be GREAT! If they are bad it gives the Remoaners fuel to cry from the roof tops that its exactly what we were warned of by Project Fear and the divisions grow even deeper.

Most Leavers wont believe them anyway.

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If the reports are damning, then obviously they have been cooked up to look bad. If they look amazing then we lose our hand at the big EU negotiating table, Nigel Farage gets a knighthood and Boris is the next PM.

It is a lose lose situation for the government.

smallman1 wrote:

Cryptowingwang is what I'll be investing in next.

You'll be late to the game once again, Smalls.

The players need to look at how Smith batted, as he was the difference in this match, to see what we have to do to be better. He pretty much left alone the short stuff and played within himself for large periods of his innings until we tired. Proper attritional test cricket but it won them the match.

We also had no luck with Ali being particularly unlucky with the line call when he looked set. However, some of the shots we got out to in the 2nd digs were uncalled for. We were 50 light in the first knock and probably another 50 shy in the 2nd. However, we lost by 10 wickets and that is a spanking when written down in the history books.

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My ball sack is a disgrace right now. I'm currently rocking a look from The Deuce down there.

Grant wrote:

Weather makes it a draw, but Smith needs getting out just in case

It's looking a bit indecisive on the weather front, but yes, get Smith out early and we have a chance of poking our noses in front. As good as this bowling attack is looking, Ali at No.6 shortens our tail somewhat if Woakes fails again like he did.