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|Music in the park parking question|
at 12:10 5 Jul 2019
On music in the park day is it hard to find somewhere to park in one of the residential streets near the park or is it OK usually? Thanks.
(Gatwick is full, already checked).
[Post edited 5 Jul 12:10]
at 16:55 24 Jun 2019
Does anyone on here do it? I'm going to a class tonight and I have no idea what to expect, other than probably being sick at some point.
|How to get a job as a student|
at 11:14 20 May 2019
I'm in my mid 20s and almost at the end of the first year of a physiotherapy degree, having spent the last few years working in one of the emergency services.
I've applied for some part-time jobs in Colchester (mainly customer service/retail) in order to earn a bit of money over summer as I'd like to stay where I am living, but I've so far either been rejected or not heard anything back. (It's not like I don't even have any previous customer service/retail type experience; I have loads).
I remember seeing a post on here the other day suggesting that a lot of companies are looking for drones who won't think too much and will unquestionably just do what they're told.
So my question is, am I 'too qualified' to find such work? I'm also wondering if employers will be unlikely to consider me as they'll know that I'm not in it for the long term. If so then I'm not too sure what I could do; something like bar work wouldn't be an option as I have no previous experience.
It can't be that hard...
|I'm going bouldering|
at 11:08 17 Apr 2019
Is it hard? Any tips?
I'm 6'3 which I think will be an advantage in some ways due to better reach.
|Football Manager work permit question (FAO Joe/PK/anyone)|
at 16:09 13 Apr 2019
Surprisingly I can't find a definitive answer about this online so hopefully one of the board's resident FM experts can assist.
I'm playing as Ipswich (on FM 2018) and I've agreed to sign a 23-year-old Russian keeper from Wolfsburg for £11.5m, on a £75k a week contract. The scout report said a work permit would likely be granted upon appeal.
The initial work permit application was rejected as he hasn't played in enough recent fixtures for Russia (6 caps overall) and I got the usual 'without a WP player won't be able to play and would need to be loaned to a feeder club where he can gain a WP' message.
Appealed and he has now been granted a conditional UK work permit.
Does this mean that if I complete the transfer he will be able to play at least for the duration of his contract? I made the mistake of signing someone after an initial rejection in the past and he still can't get a WP, so I don't want to make the same mistake again.
at 12:08 24 Feb 2019
Would anyone like to revise their vote given what's happened this season? (Serious question).
|Dirty ignorant Farker|
at 20:18 11 Feb 2019
This really pisses me off and shows a complete lack of regard for anyone else.
Only today I saw someone leave the men's without washing their hands. I've even seen someone come out of the cubicle at the gym and then go out and start touching the equipment without washing them.
Some people are grim f*ckers.
|Countries represented by ITFC players|
at 20:40 17 Jan 2019
I thought this would be a fun exercise. Let's start by picking a country beginning with the same letter as your first name and naming a player from that country who has played for Town (loans are fine and they don't have to have been capped as we'll probably struggle anyway for most of them). If your first name isn't possible then use your middle name, then surname if you still can't name anyone.
I've started with Jamaica and I'll edit my original post some time tomorrow to update the list with the responses. How many countries have been represented in a Town shirt?
Antigua & Barbuda
Argentina - Mauricio Taricco
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria - Boncho Genchev
Canada - Jaime Peters
Central African Republic
China - Hong Kong / Macau
Congo, Democratic Republic of (DRC) - Toto Nsiala
Denmark - Jonas Knudsen
Finland - Shefki Kuqi
Germany - Moritz Volz
Hungary - Tamas Priskin
Israel and the Occupied Territories
Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire)
Jamaica - Kevin Lisbie
Korea, Democratic Republic of (North Korea)
Korea, Republic of (South Korea)
Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan)
Macedonia, Republic of - Veliče Šumulikoski
Mauritius - Kevin Bru
Mexico - Gio Dos Santos
Moldova, Republic of
Netherlands - Martijn Reuser
New Zealand - Tommy Smith
Norway - Vemund Brekke Skard
Papua New Guinea
Poland - Bartosz Bialkowski
Republic of Ireland - Daryl Murphy
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Slovak Republic (Slovakia)
Slovenia - Amir Karic
Sweden - Niklas Gudmundsson
Trinidad & Tobago - Carlos Edwards
Turks & Caicos Islands
United Arab Emirates
United States of America (USA)
Virgin Islands (UK)
Virgin Islands (US)
Wales - Jonny Williams
[Post edited 18 Jan 11:22]
|It's my birthday today|
at 20:05 8 Jan 2019
I was born in 1992, and I was talking earlier to my dad about how I feel lucky to have some (albeit distant) memories of the 2000/01 season, which was the first season that I had a season ticket at PR.
Things like Wilnis bombing on the overlap to score against Man Utd, and Armstrong's header against Inter Milan the next season.
It's sh1t now and realistically we will never see the likes of that again will we?
I feel sorry for those younger than myself who don't at least have memories of the most recent good times.
|Book recommendations |
at 12:57 6 Jan 2019
I have £30 in Amazon vouchers so I'm looking to purchase three or four new books.
Books that I've read and enjoyed most recently -
Hunting Evil - Guy Walters
The Hustler - Walter Tevis
The German War - Nicholas Stargardt
1984 - George Orwell
East West Street - Phillipe Sands
Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor E Frankl
To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee - Dee Brown
SPQR - Mary Beard
All suggestions most welcome!
|Best wishes one and all|
at 10:32 25 Dec 2018
Merry anniversary of the day that Father Christmas dropped the baby Jesus down Mary and Joseph's chimney in Egypt.*
*This may not be an accurate representation of the Christmas story.
|Username change |
at 08:40 30 Nov 2018
Jono8192 is no more.
I'll continue to post a forum comment approximately six times a year under my new ID.
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