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General discussion / Re: The Official Golf Thread
« on: September 23, 2018, 08:47:14 PM »
Roryís doing a lot better than most Irish men at golf at the minute though, will keep the bitters disappointed  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Predict the Premier League
« on: September 23, 2018, 07:54:21 PM »
You must have not saved it! Anyways this set up means you can be back quick enough  at the top

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: September 22, 2018, 07:34:26 PM »
The problem for Mourinho is they don't have the squad to deal with fixtures in the Champions League midweek and Premier League on the weekend!

They have a massive squad, easily 2 players for every position all over the field, whether they are good enough thatís down to Mourinho

The players have to take some responsibility for playing bad also? Yes he picks a squad and sends them out to play a style, which isnít great but by f**k lad, they are professional players who have the ability to pass a ball and shoot, the manager does not send a team out to draw or play below par at home!

There are a few who need to take responsibility here, displays like that donít just fall on the manager

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General discussion / Re: Running
« on: September 22, 2018, 01:13:53 PM »
Anyoneís Strava playing up? Iíve been out for few runs lately and itís recorded parts or added extra km or taken km off and itís all routes Iíve done in the past. Iíve been using the iphone for it, maybe not as accurate as the watch?

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General discussion / Re: 9/11 What really happened to WT7?
« on: September 21, 2018, 08:49:56 AM »
When the hijackers of Flight 93 realised the passengers were putting up a fight, they rolled the plane upside down and crashed it to the ground.

Do you, or anybody, know that for sure though?

No. The plane's black box data recorders were also in on the conspiracy.  ::)

you'll be telling me next that the Titanic was hit by a torpedo from a German U-boat..... or was it?

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: September 20, 2018, 07:42:23 PM »
2 nil Pogba and Ron gets sent off so he canít play against his old team and City are dung tonight!

One game automatic ban in Europe with it going to a panel for potential extra games...him acting like a child afterwards and not getting off the pitch might add to the suspension

Itís a funny old game! You can give a keeper concussion and rip someoneís shoulder out of its socket and not get a foul against you in the same game, but the minute you rustle someoneís hair youíll get 3 match ban!

Not sure which one is more funny though

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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: September 20, 2018, 01:38:06 PM »
Found this half way down third page.  Were have all the United fans gone? Maybe its the Mourinho effect.

It's the Seanie effect  ;)


Ya. I'm stopping everyone writing about all the great stuff that's happening.  ::)

Crucial result last night in the context of a sticky enough group. Rashford and Martial starting together - more of this please.

How effective did you think they played?

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: September 20, 2018, 08:54:59 AM »
second game i felt we got a goal at a vital time in the game to get in front. if im honest i thought we were lucky to win it.

A bit like that last league game between ourselves in Dunloy. got a draw when we should of got beat.

A free dropped short at the death! Small margins

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: September 19, 2018, 08:55:57 PM »
2 nil Pogba and Ron gets sent off so he canít play against his old team and City are dung tonight!

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GAA Discussion / Re: Violence in Adult Club Football
« on: September 19, 2018, 07:56:49 PM »


At Championship the ref usually has his umpires and linesmen with radio contact, and he's talking to them, an umpire will draw his attention to a foul or off the ball incident but the ref will let play continue and eal with it afterwards, some linesmen will let you know straight away and you may (if you chose) make a call there and then based on his call, Ive done it recently and I think its a great idea, the linesman let me know about a technical foul i didnt seen and i blew the whistle..


Interesting.  So a linesman could tell you that you missed a double bounce ,or a touch on the ground, and you could blow for the free, even though you missed it yourself?
Not sure I've seen that happen.  Only ever seem to see linesman involved when there is physical contact.

Did not know that either. Is that allowed under the rules or does it just happen in games?

http://www.gaa.ie/my-gaa/match-officials/linesmen

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One linesman patrols each sideline. They change sides at half-time.

What are the Duties of the Linesman?
The linesman indicates by flag signal:

  • When and where a ball crosses the sideline
  • Which side is entitled to the sideline kick or puck, and
  • Where the kick or puck is to be taken from

Powers of Linesmen
The linesman has the power to bring to the attention of the referee, during a break in play, any instances of foul play or incursions onto the field of play which have not been noticed by the referee. It is the duty of the linesman to report any such instances and his obligation is to do so by providing the factual situation regarding the instance.

He may choose, was what I had in brackets in my post. The technical foul that was brought to my attention was when the keeper kicked the ball from his goal and the defender was too close, there was no arguing over it either as Iíd positioned myself at the 45 to watch for the mark and my linesman was positioned on the 21..

Reason why I brought it up was Iíve sern and been involved where (in hurling) the ref can be caught out for square balls very easily, ball pucked downfield and ref just asks his umpires Ďis the man in his be square?í Job done!

There is absolutely no reason for games where they are micíd up that they canít use the lines man live. Iíve seen it at inter county games, Iíd say itís all unofficial but it productive rather than counterproductive.

Another one thatís not on that list Gab is telling the ref, from his position behind the ball from a free that it went over the bar or not,  as sometimes the umpire is not best positioned in certain pitches .

Again if common sense prevailed then it would run a lot smoother

Thankless job. Not made any easier by the fact that to be a ref you a) have to be failed player and b)obnoxious as fcuk

Great sweeping statement, have you a link to that? Or just made it up cause youíre a) an obnoxious Cnut or possibly b) a Cnut?

 ;D

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Hurling Discussion / Re: NHL 2020 proposals
« on: September 19, 2018, 07:50:58 PM »
Which county Ďproposedí those changes?

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Antrim / Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« on: September 19, 2018, 07:44:45 PM »
Why not MMS? Heís been very unlucky with Síneil being a dual club, seems a committed Gael whoís passionate about hurling. Was hoping for more interest as Antrim were very unlucky in a lot of games last year..

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GAA Discussion / Re: Violence in Adult Club Football
« on: September 19, 2018, 06:18:47 PM »


At Championship the ref usually has his umpires and linesmen with radio contact, and he's talking to them, an umpire will draw his attention to a foul or off the ball incident but the ref will let play continue and eal with it afterwards, some linesmen will let you know straight away and you may (if you chose) make a call there and then based on his call, Ive done it recently and I think its a great idea, the linesman let me know about a technical foul i didnt seen and i blew the whistle..


Interesting.  So a linesman could tell you that you missed a double bounce ,or a touch on the ground, and you could blow for the free, even though you missed it yourself?
Not sure I've seen that happen.  Only ever seem to see linesman involved when there is physical contact.

Did not know that either. Is that allowed under the rules or does it just happen in games?

http://www.gaa.ie/my-gaa/match-officials/linesmen

Quote
One linesman patrols each sideline. They change sides at half-time.

What are the Duties of the Linesman?
The linesman indicates by flag signal:

  • When and where a ball crosses the sideline
  • Which side is entitled to the sideline kick or puck, and
  • Where the kick or puck is to be taken from

Powers of Linesmen
The linesman has the power to bring to the attention of the referee, during a break in play, any instances of foul play or incursions onto the field of play which have not been noticed by the referee. It is the duty of the linesman to report any such instances and his obligation is to do so by providing the factual situation regarding the instance.

He may choose, was what I had in brackets in my post. The technical foul that was brought to my attention was when the keeper kicked the ball from his goal and the defender was too close, there was no arguing over it either as Iíd positioned myself at the 45 to watch for the mark and my linesman was positioned on the 21..

Reason why I brought it up was Iíve sern and been involved where (in hurling) the ref can be caught out for square balls very easily, ball pucked downfield and ref just asks his umpires Ďis the man in his be square?í Job done!

There is absolutely no reason for games where they are micíd up that they canít use the lines man live. Iíve seen it at inter county games, Iíd say itís all unofficial but it productive rather than counterproductive.

Another one thatís not on that list Gab is telling the ref, from his position behind the ball from a free that it went over the bar or not,  as sometimes the umpire is not best positioned in certain pitches .

Again if common sense prevailed then it would run a lot smoother

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General discussion / Re: 9/11 What really happened to WT7?
« on: September 19, 2018, 01:35:28 PM »
I watched a documentary on these theories and an apparent contradiction struck me.  A number of people were put forward as experts, with suitably grandiose titles.  I haven't the engineering, explosive or demolition knowledge to quibble with their theories.  However their focus was on Twin Towers and Pentagon.  When it came to Flight 93 though the conspiracy was that a fighter shot down the plane to stop it attacking Washington.

So is it that on the same day that the US/Zionists/whoever planned a false flag attack on two targets that another high-jacking occurred?  Was it another false flag operation that was in turn double-crossed?  Were the hijackers, speaking Arabic bona-fide terrorists?  Had they been turned?  Were they actors? 

All the calls from the plane were they faked? 

No mention was made of the accused hijackers either.  Did they exist?  Were working for US/Zionists?

As a layman I can't argue against either side when it comes to Thermite, building collapsing etc.. but what my instinct tells me is that if you are going for a false flag operation of such as sensitive nature you wouldn't go with 4 planes and targets.  It's too many moving parts. 

To get a number of people with a past history of Islamic activism to cooperate seems beyond possibility.   To get enough of people in on the act to pretend they were there is beyond possibility.  To fake that many identities and backstories is beyond possibility.

I think to create a conspiracy around this you would have to at least concede that these fcukers set out to do what they did of their own accord but that someone somewhere chose to turn a blind eye because they thought it would trigger a reaction....even that is pretty dubious.

I have heard various theories about each of the attacks but never something that fitted all together. 


/Jim.

Watched something the other week (which was why I brought the thread back, and considering the shite talked on it since, I wish I hadn't have bothered) and it was an interview with the fighter pilots that were scrambled for that Flight 93, they were scrambled without weapons I think he said, it was just to get up there and check out the plane. I'd have thought those things would have the weapons on them already to blast it out of the air.

Anyways he was confident that the Flight 93 went down of its own accord and even the witnesses on the ground said the same thing, as you have said Jim, it's got to many connectors to fix together and keep in place, only needs one of them to break and it will all come tumbling down

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General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« on: September 19, 2018, 01:16:47 PM »
Denis Norden aged 96

I thought he was long dead.

He never looked healthy, even going back to the early 80's

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