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Post by super_realist Tue 1 Sep - 13:50

First topic message reminder :

It's more the leaving it to the last minute which is nonsense. It is appalling business practice for the buyer to do this, as the seller knows they can keep the price high.

What is the point in the window being open for two months if nothing gets done until the last day? Just make it a day long, the opposite of a DFS sale.

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Post by pedro Tue 6 Oct - 14:26

Klopp is perfect. After Suarez left they haven't had decent bite.

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Post by beninho Fri 9 Oct - 13:55

I'm no Liverpool fan but I do think the appointment of klopp is the most exciting thing happen in the premier league for ages.

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Post by pedro Fri 9 Oct - 20:34

'The Normal One' is a scoop. So delightful to see a EPL personality not up his own behind. Also think him and Stenson would be a fabulous comic act.

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Post by SmithersJones Fri 9 Oct - 20:40

So it seems from over here like the race for the republican nomination is a sprint to the bottom. Carson trying to out-d1ckhe@d Trump with holocaust comments.
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Post by kwinigolfer Fri 9 Oct - 20:48

Don't worry Smithers, plenty of candidates to outdo Carson and Drumf - though Carson's just nailed the hat-trick with the Holocaust nonsensity following confusion of Budget & Debt, and his assertion that the victims in the Oregon classroom shooting only had themselves to blame because they didn't rush the gunman, making themselves martyrs for the NRA.
Pretty difficult to top them, but you know that someone will.

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Post by super_realist Sat 10 Oct - 9:28

People always say it's an unfair stereotype to call Americans stupid. Seems like they actually might be. To even have people like that in a race in the first place, speaks volumes.

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Post by Be_the_ball Sat 10 Oct - 13:19

super_realist wrote:People always say it's an unfair stereotype to call Americans stupid. Seems like they actually might be. To even have people like that in a race in the first place, speaks volumes.

Jesus Super you can be so miserable sometimes, it can't be healthy. You were a breath of fresh air when you were at The Open earlier in the year, your enthusiasm and enjoyment really shone through. When you focus on the things you love you are a different person. It really suited you.

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Post by kwinigolfer Sat 10 Oct - 14:43

It's beyond unfortunate that the true idiots here (US) are not repudiated, either by other Americans or by World leaders.

Needless to say the anti-gun control yahoos were out in force in Oregon when President Obama visited the venue of last week's latest Community College massacre - gun purchases were up, sympathy for sensible gun control measures ridiculed. Common sense is being drowned out by the mantra of the statistically small minority.

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Post by incontinentia Mon 12 Oct - 19:01



I hope Rory didn't let this oaf use his driver picard
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Post by pedro Mon 12 Oct - 19:45

Kwini,
It's Oregun.

Inco,
I'm waiting for supers reaction, but in anticipation it can probably be explained by the distinctive Irish trait of having the eyes too close together.

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Post by westisbest Mon 12 Oct - 19:50

incontinentia wrote:

I hope Rory didn't let this oaf use his driver picard


Ha ha, stick to rugby Fitz.

Good man.

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Post by incontinentia Mon 12 Oct - 20:26

The waggles had me fooled! I thought he was gonna nail it. His eyes being so close together should give him superb depth perception though, there's just no excuse for that.
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Post by navyblueshorts Tue 13 Oct - 13:39

incontinentia wrote:The waggles had me fooled! I thought he was gonna nail it. His eyes being so close together should give him superb depth perception though, there's just no excuse for that.
Alas, I think having eyes too close together would yield worse depth perception than normal so maybe that was the reason? Run
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Post by lorus59 Tue 13 Oct - 18:07

Eyes too close together. Therefore having terrible depth perception. These Irish golfers who have won so many recent majors must be even more talented than we thought considering their physical disabilities.

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Post by pedro Tue 13 Oct - 20:07

Hey, nothing else to do in Ireland than playing golf and getting hammered.

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Post by westisbest Tue 13 Oct - 20:45

Sounds good to be, well the getting hammered part.


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Post by incontinentia Fri 16 Oct - 13:35

I think super should do a forfeit if Ireland win the rugby world cup. All those in favour?
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Post by super_realist Fri 16 Oct - 13:40

No chance of that happening. So I'll do it. Even though I've an Oirish heritage and an Oirish forename.

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Post by incontinentia Fri 16 Oct - 13:52

Great! Shall we say a week of praise for Irish society and culture, to include admiration of our ocular traits, diet, history and sporting prowess?

I'm intrigued as to your name super, could you be a Michael or a Patrick?

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Post by golfermartin Fri 16 Oct - 13:55

I've got Ireland in the sweep at work and they look like being the only northern hemisphere team in the semis!

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Post by McLaren Fri 16 Oct - 14:28

Super are you called Padraig?
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Post by super_realist Fri 16 Oct - 14:43

incontinentia wrote:Great! Shall we say a week of praise for Irish society and culture, to include admiration of our ocular traits, diet, history and sporting prowess?

I'm intrigued as to your name super, could you be a Michael or a Patrick?


Is Michael an Oirish name?

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Post by Davie Fri 16 Oct - 14:48

Well Irish jokes are usually about Paddy and Mick...

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Post by Bob_the_Job Fri 16 Oct - 14:55

super_realist wrote:No chance of that happening. So I'll do it. Even though I've an Oirish heritage and an Oirish forename.

I don't think Tw@t is specifically Irish Run

I'm thinking he's more of a Liam or Sean.

Also, I think "No chance" is a bit strong, but definitely not likely.
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Post by incontinentia Fri 16 Oct - 14:55

McLaren wrote:Super are you called Padraig?
laughing

Tadgh?
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Post by McLaren Fri 16 Oct - 15:56

Most popular Irish names 2014.

http://irishpost.co.uk/the-top-200-most-popular-baby-names-in-ireland-in-2014/




PS my name is on the list so I guess I am also Oirish.
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Post by Roller_Coaster Fri 16 Oct - 16:28

McLaren wrote:Most popular Irish names 2014.

http://irishpost.co.uk/the-top-200-most-popular-baby-names-in-ireland-in-2014/




PS my name is on the list so I guess I am also Oirish.

Better check again












to be sure

drumroll

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Post by incontinentia Fri 16 Oct - 17:08

McLaren wrote:Most popular Irish names 2014.

http://irishpost.co.uk/the-top-200-most-popular-baby-names-in-ireland-in-2014/




PS my name is on the list so I guess I am also Oirish.
So super could be called Muhammad?

What decade is your name in Mac? Mine's in the 120's

How about you super?
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Post by McLaren Fri 16 Oct - 17:28

It is in the group on 112. Changed by deed pole from Tiger. Wink
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Post by MustPuttBetter Fri 16 Oct - 17:46

Mac you're name is Oisin? Like the sauce you have with duck??

Inco - I've always thought of you as a Reuben
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Post by pedro Fri 16 Oct - 18:42

McLaren wrote:It is in the group on 112.  Changed by deed pole from Tiger.  Wink
112?

Rory McLaroy?

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Post by super_realist Fri 16 Oct - 18:48

Had to laugh at some of those names.

Just imagine a ginger headed bog trotter called Muhammed O Leary.

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Post by pedro Fri 16 Oct - 20:02

super_realist wrote: imagine a ginger headed bog trotter called Muhammed O Leary.
super, 50 years from now you won't be laughing.

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Post by super_realist Fri 16 Oct - 22:55

No I won't, I'll be dead.

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Post by kwinigolfer Sun 18 Oct - 13:40

Went to a Museum exhibit yesterday and saw references to Juan O'Gorman and Pablo O'Higgins.
You never know . . . . . . I certainly didn't, although both are apparently well known in their field.

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Post by navyblueshorts Sun 18 Oct - 15:03

Whoops! Looking like a Southern Hemisphere clean sweep for the RWC15 semis next week...
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Post by beninho Sun 18 Oct - 15:25

So basically the 6 nations is division 2, a the 4 nnations or whatever it's calledis ddivision 1.

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Post by westisbest Sun 18 Oct - 16:26

Very bad from Ireland.

Congrats Argentina.

Scotland doing well so far.

Hopefully they get the w.

Nothing to do with s h v nh.

Just cos they are they underdog.

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Post by westisbest Sun 18 Oct - 18:13

Hard luck Scotland.

My interest in RWC 2015 goes out the window after today.

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Post by navyblueshorts Sun 18 Oct - 20:12

Have to say, really liked what I saw from Argentina today - a far cry from their old 10-man approach. Could easily make the final.

Scotland - unlucky and very impressive. Not sure how Joubert thought Maitland deserved a yellow and, having given accidental offsides twice earlier in the game for identical offences, why on Earth he thought the critical one late in the game was deliberate, only he'll know. Won't be refereeing the final though, that's for certain.
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Post by Davie Sun 18 Oct - 20:24

Was the decision on the late penalty for deliberate offside then? I was watching in a noisy pub so never heard the reason. It could have been for a dangerous challenge by the jock with the big beard.

To me though the travesty was a minute before that - the last challenge on the Scot full back(?) after he'd kicked the ball away. Penalty there - double penalty in fact - the pen would have been given where the ball landed. Scotland could then kick down to the corner, their own lineout ball and they could have run the match down.

Very unlucky Scotland - they could (should?) have won that. I wonder if Laidlaw's after match interview will be plastered all over social media the same way Mike Brown's was after the England Wales match

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Post by navyblueshorts Sun 18 Oct - 20:49

Davie wrote:Was the decision on the late penalty for deliberate offside then? I was watching in a noisy pub so never heard the reason. It could have been for a dangerous challenge by the jock with the big beard.

To me though the travesty was a minute before that - the last challenge on the Scot full back(?) after he'd kicked the ball away. Penalty there - double penalty in fact - the pen would have been given where the ball landed. Scotland could then kick down to the corner, their own lineout ball and they could have run the match down.

Very unlucky Scotland - they could (should?) have won that. I wonder if Laidlaw's after match interview will be plastered all over social media the same way Mike Brown's was after the England Wales match
Yep. Penalty was for deliberate offside.
Mitchell's(?) collision with Hogg looked bad and late but they didn't show any wide angle so was difficult to see if there was any mitigation - looked a bit like Ashley-Cooper(?) got in the way of Mitchell. Difficult. Hogg probably made it look worse than it was given his footballer performance the other day.
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Post by Mad for Chelsea Sun 18 Oct - 23:37

with Davie on this. Think it's Hooper and it looked like he actually changed the direction of his chase to make sure he ran straight into Hogg. Clear late challenge for me, and really displeased the TMO chose not to take it up with Joubert, having been so keen to do so on the Maitland incident earlier.

Really feel for Scotland, gave a very good performance, and deserved better.

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Post by Bob_the_Job Mon 19 Oct - 8:50

Ireland - poor against an excellent Argentina side. Really disappointed they didn't realise they were defending too narrow and their line speed in the first 20 minutes was pedestrian.

Scotland - feel for them. Being a regular rugby watcher, it's a game of imperfect refereeing but it normally evens out over a game. Don't think it did in this case and given there was only a point in it, then it was decisive.

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Post by navyblueshorts Mon 19 Oct - 9:13

Bob_the_Job wrote:...Scotland - feel for them.  Being a regular rugby watcher, it's a game of imperfect refereeing but it normally evens out over a game.  Don't think it did in this case and given there was only a point in it, then it was decisive.

True. Australia got pinged a number of times at scrummages for Scottish offenses. That said though, I think the Maitland yellow and the "deliberate" offside at the end, when he'd given two earlier as accidental, were.....harsh. The fact that Joubert ran off at the end is a) incredibly pathetic and b) suggests to me, at least, that he knew he might have dropped a clanger.
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Post by westisbest Mon 19 Oct - 10:08

Not surprised we lost to Argentina, they are a good side.

Just shocked by the 23 point margin.

Never saw them being 17-0 up at any time.

Would we have won if O'Connell, O'Mahoney, O'Brien and Sexton were playing, tough to say.

Would certainly have had better leadership on the pitch.

At 23-20, thought we may have come back and sneak a win.

Fair play to Argentina.

So another 4 year wait to see if we can ever make the semi's.



Very hard luck to Scotland, deserved the win.

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Post by raycastleunited Mon 19 Oct - 13:54

super_realist wrote:Had to laugh at some of those names.

Just imagine a ginger headed bog trotter called Muhammed O Leary.

I think the fact that Jakub sits much higher than Muhammed in this list says a lot about the origins of Irish immigrants.

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Post by super_realist Mon 19 Oct - 14:17

Jakub? Do the Irish have origins in illiterate bible thumpers?

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Post by raycastleunited Mon 19 Oct - 17:37

Why is Jakub illiterate?

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Post by JAS Mon 19 Oct - 21:03

RWC refs review committee conform that Joubert called it wrong and it should have been a scrum not a penalty...anyway too late now, time to draw a line and move on.

Not sure what's worse, getting pumped like France did or missing out due to a referee error.

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