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|Question about iFollow|
at 11:50 27 Jan 2020
You can deffo buy days in advance, I've done it, so yes afaik.
|Coronavirus - v - the motor car|
at 18:02 26 Jan 2020
I've got an even better example for you, fuel poverty versus terrorism. Also worth comparing government spending on both.
|Who's our best player?|
at 14:38 24 Jan 2020
I'd say Huws, but I also think if Will Keane ever gets up to full speed and fulfills his potential (as daft as that sounds given his age) he won't be far behind him.
|Stupid use of |
at 12:09 24 Jan 2020
Connor Salmon may have been more useful too.
I'll get my coat.
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|Stupid use of "League" in the name of divisions|
at 11:47 24 Jan 2020
Yeah I got that, it's just an attempt to make the top division sound more exciting by giving it a silly name, thereby us lower down the pyramid end up with our division being named something which is in no way representative of it's status.
at 09:32 24 Jan 2020
So if you want a quick turn-around on your passport, now is the time to do it, as all the rabid brexiteers will hold off until the last moment in the hope of getting a blue one.
|C of E on being gay... Just going to leave this here|
at 09:26 24 Jan 2020
I've always thought the protection from criticism that religion would otherwise receive, simply because people who have faith feel so strongly, is absurd tbh.
From the modern irreligious viewpoint of the majority, most religions are laughable nonsense. Invisible deities, immaculate conception etc. Completely ridiculous. And yet we are not allowed to say so because people have "deeply held beliefs"?
If I chose to believe I have a magical invisible unicorn called Dave who lives in my bumhole, can shoot lazer beams from his eyes and fart impressive renditions of the entire REM discography, you'd think I was a cupcake short of a sixpack and laugh me out of town. Those beliefs are demonstrably nonsense. But call it a religion and suddenly we all have to leave well alone?
|Where to live in the UK?|
at 15:59 23 Jan 2020
I've got friends who have moved to Edinburgh and Manchester and they both seem to love their adopted city. No direct experience though.
Really liked Bath when I visited. I grew up in Cambridge and that's a really nice city closer to these parts, expensive place to live though.
at 12:10 22 Jan 2020
Maybe he now posts under a different account? I've never understood the phenomenon, which in my experience is unique to TWTD, of people people creating new accounts, often without revealing their former identity? But it seems to happen.
So many lost souls, tractorgirl, oldgit, callumgaryschemer or whatever his name was...
|Not a bad courtesy car...|
at 16:56 21 Jan 2020
As Coastalblue pointed out, footballers sell cars it would seem and have done for some time. It's a courtesy car, which in itself is at their discretion. They're unlikely to give out R8s to everyone who needs a bit of work done, but probably will to someone who earns enough to put serious money their way in the future and has the social media profile to attract further business. I'm far from championing capitalism here, but it's naive to think Barry is going to get the same treatment and a waste of time being upset about it imho.
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