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« Reply #25545 on: Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 11:49:04 »

but I bet as a fanbase we'd be the same if sitting in a relegation place, with a manager that inspires no confidence and no changes seeming forthcoming.

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« Reply #25546 on: Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 14:05:28 »

2 adult, 2 kid family season tickets for the Wildcats is 800 if we pay now, 930 if we pay in instalments before August. Head Hurts Ouch!
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« Reply #25547 on: Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 22:09:34 »

Overpaid footballers.
Oohh, I don't feel very well Arsene. Do you mind if I give tonights  game a miss.
Man up  Wellbeck you frecin bottler.
Apoiges for the spolling.
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« Reply #25548 on: Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 22:30:11 »

Judging by the score, he made the right call
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« Reply #25549 on: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 16:40:15 »

http://gizmodo.com/bbc-tells-facebook-about-child-porn-on-the-network-fac-1793033881?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

I was tempted to put it in the other thread it's so laughable.
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« Reply #25550 on: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 18:01:12 »

2 adult, 2 kid family season tickets for the Wildcats is 800 if we pay now, 930 if we pay in instalments before August. Head Hurts Ouch!

Have you tried burning all your Town memorabilia in an adolescent hissy fit?
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« Reply #25551 on: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 20:35:47 »

Not had a season ticket since my eldest was born, though he's now asking to go see Town again.
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« Reply #25552 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 15:51:50 »

It's up there with shorts and flip flops in winter, saw some bloke outside today wearing a vest  No
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« Reply #25553 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 16:07:25 »

It's up there with shorts and flip flops in winter, saw some bloke outside today wearing a vest  No

#sunsoutgunsout

Have never seen the attraction myself, it's still fucking cold out!
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« Reply #25554 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 17:06:49 »

That cunt Hammond

oh the self employed have had it too good what with their secure jobs, healthy pensions, massive sick benefit, great paid holidays, lovely paternity leave, lets tax them some more.  Lets not bother about those people deciding between holiday homes for their breaks lets go for the self employed.  They're all definitely living above the breadline and they've done nothing for us. 

Except kept themselves off the unemployment statistics so it falsely looks like were great. 

Fucking arsehead
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« Reply #25555 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 18:04:32 »

That cunt Hammond

oh the self employed have had it too good what with their secure jobs, healthy pensions, massive sick benefit, great paid holidays, lovely paternity leave, lets tax them some more.  Lets not bother about those people deciding between holiday homes for their breaks lets go for the self employed.  They're all definitely living above the breadline and they've done nothing for us. 

Except kept themselves off the unemployment statistics so it falsely looks like were great. 

Fucking arsehead

I would agree apart from one point, I suspect little of this can be dropped at Hammonds feet, May has shown herself to be a control freak who does not let ministers open their mouths without her say so (thus the total silence from many and the fact that good news from whatever department is delivered by her and her only), thus I suspect Hammond got the gig as he was prepared to operate in such a regime (power, even if only apparent power, is very enticing) and any budget decisions were not taken by him.
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« Reply #25556 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 18:24:47 »

I would agree apart from one point, I suspect little of this can be dropped at Hammonds feet, May has shown herself to be a control freak who does not let ministers open their mouths without her say so (thus the total silence from many and the fact that good news from whatever department is delivered by her and her only), thus I suspect Hammond got the gig as he was prepared to operate in such a regime (power, even if only apparent power, is very enticing) and any budget decisions were not taken by him.

Bit like being married for the fella then  Hmmm

Bottom line as ever with Tories is that they will look after their own class first. Hence tax cuts for mega business and corporate avoiders, and tax rises for the rest of us to fund it. Plus ca change plus c'est la meme chose.
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« Reply #25557 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 19:19:25 »

With a non-existent opposition they know they can do basically want they want and still sleepwalk to another election victory
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« Reply #25558 on: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 22:13:09 »

Given the recent rend, you can fully expect Labour to take some impact from organisations like UKIP and the SNP, so any failings to the Tories may have will be irrelevant because no opposition can mount a big enough land grab around them.  A few Tory seats could come under threat from UKIP nicking some of their vote, but they probably have enough safe seats to avoid most of the backlash voters are keen to dish out.  Bit like how the Democrats were able to lose over here - voice of the working people no longer seen that way  The oddity here was the Right Wing candidate managing to be both extreme Right and Left at the same time, almost the inverse of how politics played out for the past 20 years or so where the centre ground was important.  You have the fun now of watching a party argue amongst itself because a policy is both equally too  extreme and not extreme enough for them.
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« Reply #25559 on: Friday, March 10, 2017, 16:43:50 »

 Reading that Harry Kane attributes much of his success to going on loan to Millwall.... a deal brokered by Tactics Tim, whereas we got Ryan Mason.  The article can't even bring itself to say where Mason went, other than his spell was hampered by injury.

Would have been OK to have got Kane.
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