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General discussion / Re: Soccer child abuse scandals
« on: November 30, 2016, 01:33:12 PM »
Eric Bristow lost his job over some inappropriate tweets

I think that is ridiculous, he stated it badly, very badly but I get that if it had been him as soon as he got strong enough to hammer the head of the f**ker he would have, that said he has no idea what the players went through since he was never abused.

A suspension would have been appropriate, taking away his job to me is harsh and s,acks of political correctness, that said, he might want to think about what he is saying going forward.
And it wasnt just about sorting out his abuser, he called the abusers 'poofs' so saying that Pedophiles and homosexuals are the same thing. 

General discussion / Re: Things that make you go What the F**k?
« on: November 30, 2016, 09:11:46 AM »
Married teaching assistant jailed for sex acts on boy aged 15 during flight

A married teaching assistant who performed a string of sex acts on a 15-year-old boy during an international flight has been jailed for 32 months.
Jill Meldrum-Jones, 37, also committed further offences against the boy while on a school trip after becoming "consumed with lust" and losing her grip on reality, Coventry Crown Court was told.
Meldrum-Jones, from Kineton in Warwickshire, sobbed in the dock as prosecutor Stefan Kolodynski told how the mother-of-two performed oral sex on the boy three times while on board a jet returning to the UK.

The disgraced teaching assistant, who performed three other sex acts on the victim during the flight, pleaded guilty at a previous hearing to a total of seven charges of sexual activity with a child and inciting sexual activity.

Stumbled on this on google play a few months ago and can't stop listening to it
Buck 65 blood of a young wolf

General discussion / Re: Trolls/trolling
« on: November 22, 2016, 11:11:02 AM »
Surely it time the mods took some action action against the serial compulsive trolls though.

General discussion / Re: Poppy Watch
« on: November 22, 2016, 11:07:14 AM »
Britain's favourite columnist, Jeremy Hopkiss, weighs in with a searing demolition of the unpatriotic, non-poppy-wearing pinkos...



Remembrance Sunday. The Prime Minister stands with her poppy proudly pinned to her jacket in sombre remembrance of those who fought for our freedom, and who continue to fight for it today in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.

Beside her, the Leader of "the Opposition", one Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, stands there with a poppy lapel so tiny you'd need a telescope to see it. Corbyn bows his head as if he is saying prayers to the Muslim God of Allah. Once the last post has finished, Corbyn, thinking he is off camera, decides to do a little dance on the spot, presumably imagining he is dancing on the graves of our finest, bravest men.

This is what the fascist left thinks of Remembrance Sunday, this is what the fascist left thinks of the poppy, this is what the fascist left thinks of our armed forces, this is what the fascist left thinks of the wars we're currently fighting. It is shameful.

Why does Corbyn wear such a tiny poppy lapel? It's because he is the enemy within. He stands against every decent value the good, decent, hardworking people of this country stand for. If this is what he does in public, just imagine what he does at behind closed doors Labour party meetings where Godless communists and "pacifists" and "anti-nuclear" campaigners gather to plot a course towards their miserable fantasy idea of Britain, a nightmare for everybody else, which, if it does not have a stake ploughed through its rotten heart very soon, could well turn this country into another Soviet Union.

This, of course, is nothing new. The left hides behind the cowardly euphemism "freedom of expression". The hypocrisy is staggering, when these people would have the likes of you and me in their own versions of the gulag if they could have their sordid ways.

Contrast that sickening mental picture to the pride on show at the world's greatest stadium as British football united in grief and remembrance. Everybody who was at Wembley last Saturday to see our footballers put on a magnificent performance worthy of the proud nature of the occasion will never forget it. Britain remembered its fallen as one. England and Scotland stood proudly together, poppies on show for the watching world to see. The National Anthem was observed with a spine-tingling reverence.

But what a disgrace that the only poppies that were allowed by FIFA and UEFA were on the players' armbands. International interference like this is why we decided to stand up and leave Europe. We knew it was the right decision at the time, but with every passing week it shines more proudly as a heroic act of patriotic defiance against the imperial European establishment. Our children and grandchildren will thank us for it in the same way we now thank those who fought for our freedom against Nazi tyranny, and continue to thank those who fight against Islam in the Middle East.

There should be no compromise, no surrender on the poppy issue. Next year, our teams will proudly sport one on their shirts, where they should be.

British football as a whole, with a few notable exceptions such as the vile, unpatriotic supporters of clubs like IRA-sympathising Celtic, the feckless Hibernian and the drunken murdering, unpatriotic scum of Liverpool, has stood up for our heroes. It's one of the great joys as a freedom-loving Briton to see our armed forces appearing at Premier League grounds in the weeks leading up to Remembrance Sunday and the giant poppy displays in the crowd are a wonderful, uniquely British tradition. These real heroes could teach the diving foreigners now polluting our football a thing or two about bravery, honesty, integrity and real fighting spirit.

But it sickens me that it's one of our British players who has brought the most shame to football. James McClean comes from Londonderry in Northern Ireland, right here in Britain. But McClean has chosen to disrespect his country, firstly by deciding to play for Southern Ireland, the deserting dunces of the Union, and even more importantly by outright refusing to wear the poppy on his shirt while playing in our domestic football. It's an act of disrespect which would make you weep for the good old-fashioned British values of knowing your place and doing your duty.

McClean, it will not surprise people to know, is an IRA sympathiser who has refused to face the Union Jack in the past. But years after the Army destroyed the IRA, McClean is committing his own atrocities on the pitch year after year which amount to nothing less than bloodless acts of terrorism. And equally disgracefully, McClean pathetically claims to be the victim of online bullying. The reality is, he's brought it entirely upon himself. Don't come to OUR country and disrespect OUR traditions and think you can get away with it, young man.

The fact that McClean scored a goal for Southern Ireland in a match on Remembrance weekend was the final insult to what our brave men fought for. They didn't fight for somebody to desert their own country. West Bromwich Albion should be ashamed of themselves that they continue to employ somebody who stands against the values that made this country great. The fascist PC left liberal brigade, unsurprisingly, supports him. One shall know a person by their friends.

And who else is an IRA sympathiser? That's right. One Jeremy Corbyn. The circle of disgrace is complete.

Jezza's Poppy Appeal:

Dear readers, sporting a poppy is one of our proudest traditions. But why is it just for two weeks leading up to Remembrance Sunday? Our armed forces fight every day of the year. So shouldn't we wear a poppy every day of the year? A poppy shouldn't just be for November, it should be for Christmas too, and all other times. So, come on everybody, come on Royal British Legion, let's get the word out there. Let's give the poppy the respect it deserves. Let's make it permanent.

That man needs a straightjacket, dude be outta his mind!

General discussion / Re: Home IT/Internet Set Up
« on: November 18, 2016, 02:50:43 PM »
For a start the fire stick is wireless only as I'm sure you know.

Is the android box / smart TV / skybox all in the one location?  If so an option would be to get a small maybe 5 port switch. The Ethernet cable from your powerline extender would go into the switch, and you would run 3 more Ethernet cables out of the switch into the skybox, android box and smart TV making them all hard wired connections.

If the boxes are in different locations, another set of powerline adapters should be able to pair into the existing network.
Cheers John, that is exactly what i wanted to know. i was looking at a 5 port switch on amazon but didnt know where it would fit .
Yeah knew that about the Firestick but still want to make sure it works ok so want to get best wifi signal possible.

General discussion / Home IT/Internet Set Up
« on: November 17, 2016, 04:52:39 PM »
Trying to sort out my home internet make the best use of all the gadgets that use the internet
Currently the broadband comes into the house away from where it is needed most. I have BT Powerline extender plugged into the socket and this feeds the Skybox direct. The rest of the TV stuff is off WIFI but not sure i am getting the best of out them ( i have Fire Stick, Android Box, Smart TV).
Should i be looking at getting some other type of kit so i can plug in direct to each of the boxes? Its not feasible to wire direct from the router to the TV

Serbia deports Russians suspected of plotting Montenegro coup

What the f**k is Putin up to now?

General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: November 02, 2016, 12:59:46 PM »
Its all becoming a little clearer.

Seamus ............ James............ Jim........... Corr????

General discussion / Re: Android Boxes
« on: October 26, 2016, 01:41:30 PM »
Sportsmania is a paid subscription add-on with access to all the sports channels you'll ever need around the world.

All 3pm kick-offs, box office, live sports etc etc.  You also get movies and boxsets or whatever.

It's cheap too.

Various options.... 12 for a month, 17 for 3 months, 27 for 6 months.  50 for a year or whatever.

It's the only thing I ever use.
Sportsmania really is the dogs bollix and its got Rte 1 & 2 as well for those away from the motherland

General discussion / Re: The Ched Evans Thread
« on: October 18, 2016, 02:09:07 PM »
I see some papers writing at the weekend that Evans is guilty of being a sleazebag etc, and how he should offer the woman some of the compensation when he gets it - really?  He is the one who has had his career ruined and ended up doing a full jail stretch because of this false allegation.

As for Jessica Ennis, she was quick enough to hop on the band wagon before about Evans but I doubt she will be as quick to apologise.
This is what Ennis said at the time 'I believe being a role model to young people is a huge honour and those in positions of influence in communities should respect the role they play in young people's lives and set a good example.

"If Evans was to be re-signed by the club it would completely contradict these beliefs."

The fact he has had the conviction overturned doesnt really change what she said.

General discussion / Re: TV Show recommendations
« on: October 18, 2016, 09:39:15 AM »
Anybody watch Beck, a Swedish cop show on BBC4? ive really enjoyed it, they have only shown the last 2 series but it started about 20 years so not sure if they will be showing the earlier series.

General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 18, 2016, 09:35:29 AM »
That may be the case but its what it was, not everyone knows about transferwise or currency fair etc.

GAA Discussion / Re: The neglected club player
« on: October 18, 2016, 09:09:06 AM »
There was a club game in Division 1A of the Mayo league cancelled at 4 hours notice last saturday.
One of the lads posted this on facebook.

"Cancelled a wedding last night to go to the game. Joke"
"Turned down a weekends work in Galway"
"Halfway up from Limerick"
"Sold two tickets for the Connacht game this evening"
Just some of the messages (censored) flying in on Kiltane Gaa Whatsapp page having heard the news that today's Senior League Division 1A game versus Chalrestown was cancelled with only 4 hours notice.
Another one bites the dust. County Board have outdone themselves with this one. Anyone who had plans to travel to Charlestown thIs evening for our Senior League Division 1A match fixed for 5 p.m this evening, well dont as we have just discovered it has been postponed. On Monday last, we were surprised to learn that our final league match with Charleston was due to go ahead today at 5 p.m. We believed all the final league matches usually go ahead at the same time with other matches in the league, to avoid foul-play or handing other teams an advantage, we prepared ourselves for battle in Charlestown. As we are in a precautions position in the league we needed a result to guarantee our Division 1A survival. We were informed at training on Tuesday that Charlestown had approached the County Board and had requested the match off. That was fair enough but Wednesday, Thursday, Friday had passed and no information was forthcoming. To leave it until 4 hours before the game to make a decision or transfer the news to our club is absolute madness. No reason was given as to why the game was cancelled either. Again this is an absolute total lack of respect for club players, managers, officials, and supporters. After a good result in the championship last week, people were talking about and looking forward to this game all week. Now we are left in limbo and do not know when this game will go ahead. On a personal level I'm infuriated and as I booked the weekend off work for the game, I'm heading for the the high stool!!

General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: October 18, 2016, 08:47:33 AM »
How is 1 to 1.10/11 below parity?
After commission and fees, i was coming through Gatwick at the weekend and the currency exchange was 98c to the Pound.

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