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Winding up the Mrs
at 15:41 12 Feb 2020

This is something I like to do as often as possible.
In fairness she’s fairly gullible and has fallen for some right corkers in the past.


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CBT
at 13:31 11 Feb 2020

Just had a chat with my mates Mrs.
I know he’s struggled in the past with depression and it looks to be getting a grip on him again.
I’m nieve on mental illness, I’ve never really been exposed to it or had to deal with it.
His Mrs said he’s in a bad frame of mind, he’s been to the Drs, been prescribed medication and has been referred for CBT.
I’ve read a little on it, but really don’t have any first hand experience.
I’ve heard it mentioned on here, so thought I’d ask.
I’d like to support them, even in a small way.
But I really am lost at how to approach it.
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Physio recommendation
at 14:00 7 Jan 2020

Be grateful if anyone has a physio recommendation.
Struggling with back and leg injuries that need some professional help.
Used to go to Simpson just off the London rd but not sure he’s there any more?
Cheers in advance.
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Fallon Sherrock
at 15:55 27 Dec 2019

Deserves a mention.
Playing really well in the darts.
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Watford v Man U
at 16:05 22 Dec 2019

Perfect example of the new manager ‘bounce’ that we missed out on.
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Chelsea v Bournemouth
at 13:53 15 Dec 2019

Unfortunately missed the loss to Bristol yesterday as had the chance to take oldest son to Chelsea.
He’s always had a soft spot for Bournemouth, so when the tickets came up I couldn’t refuse.
Was a real trek, left at 1100, decided to drive in, probably a mistake but it gave me a chance to show my 15 year old son some of the sights as we zig-zagged across the city.
Using my tried and tested method we found a parking spot half a mile away and walked in.
Missed the first 7 minutes!
Beautiful stadium, a lot different to how I remembered it, lots of helpful stewards, lots of police around.
We were in with the home fans, good spot in the Matthew Harding lower.
The first thing you notice about the game is the quality of the players, ball control, pass accuracy, movement, it all looked so much easier than our own boys in blue.
The speed with which the game is played is also so so noticeable.
The game was a bit of a stalemate, Bournemouth playing compact and deep and looking to break, Chelsea trying to pass through them but the frustration was showing with long diagonal balls that we often see at Portman Rd.
Have to say the atmosphere was non existent, maybe frustration at the lack of success for the home side. The crowd were no less demanding than our own with lots of criticism being voiced.
Had my first real life experience of VAR, no one in the stadium has a clue what’s going on, there’s no explanation or indication other than the screen. There was lots of speculation, lots of shouting, lots of arm waving but everyone is just glued to that screen waiting for someone miles away to make a decision.
Game deserved a draw, was a big win for Bournemouth.
Walked back past some of the most expensive houses in the country, couldn’t help but check Rightmove this morning!
Got home at 2030. The boy thoroughly enjoyed his day out.
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If I hear.......
at 13:08 6 Dec 2019

The words ‘ Get Brexit done... ‘ one more time, I’m going to kick myself in the nuts.
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Man takes clown to redundancy meeting in NZ.
at 13:58 14 Sep 2019

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/sep/13/new-
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Bolton bid.
at 15:24 12 Jul 2019

I don’t confess to being any sort of expert on football finances, I run a business but football finances baffle me. The majority outside the Premier league seem to run at a loss.
So, with that in mind, what will someone like Laurence Bassani actually gain from buying Bolton for £25m?
Is it to borrow against? Is it to further strip of anything that the pawn shop might take? Is it for a wage?
He failed at Watford but left a trail of mystery and dodgy dealings behind.
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Norwich Silverware
at 21:53 4 Jul 2019

Not had any NCFC based threads lately, so...
Just a small reminder that Norwich do indeed have something rather special in their trophy cabinet.
The Mr Clutch Cup.

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Iker Casillas heart attack
at 19:52 1 May 2019

During training this morning.
Truly great goalkeeper, hope he makes a full recovery.
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Partridge fans
at 21:58 22 Feb 2019

New series starts Monday night.

In the meantime, a little quiz.

https://www.radiotimes.com/quizzes/2017-12-27/alan-partridge-quiz/
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Highlight of today's match...
at 17:51 22 Sep 2018

Who painted the horse with a scarf on a pillow case?
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It’s now beyond a joke...
at 17:05 15 Sep 2018

.....


Next doors dog just shat on my front lawn again.
I’m seriously annoyed.
[Post edited 15 Sep 2018 17:08]
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Netflix
at 21:10 7 Jun 2018

First series of White Gold now on Netflix.
Well worth a watch.
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Spotify
at 21:11 17 May 2018

How clever is Spotify.....
Out for a run tonight, bit of 'All out 80's'.
Last km and on comes The Final Countdown followed by Eye of the Tiger.
Best time this year.
🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️
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Quiz
at 12:23 12 Apr 2018

Bit of fun.
Sorry if its already been posted.

https://www.sporcle.com/games/EADT_Sport/name-all-of-mick-mccarthys-ipswich-town
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Gleeson tackle.
at 21:39 27 Jan 2018

Looked spot on to me.
Are we now at the stage where you can't make a tackle if it's likely to knock the opposition off their feet?
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Google search
at 19:10 7 Jan 2018

For those in the mood for a little nostalgia, search 'shoot focus on' and go to images.
I remember reading about these when I was a kid.
Interesting to note that Phil Thompson, captain of the all conquering Liverpool side of the 70's & 80's, drove a Ford Granada. Not just any Granada, a bloody Granada GL.
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