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General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: April 24, 2014, 09:35:26 PM »
Judging by the market it looks like Van Gaal is the strong front runner for the job which is a safe pair of hands in the short term. The problem he will face is that the sqaud needs a complete immediate overhaul. Those who aren't good enough to play for Man Utd are Rafael, Smalling, Anderson, Cleverly, Fellaini, Buttner, Nani and Young whilst Evra, Vidic, Ferdinand, Carrick and Giggs are past it.

But, but, these lads won a PL title last year pulling away, they don't become bad players overnight and now with Moyes gone, I'd expect these lads to flourish like they did under Ferguson and win the PL back next year with a good 10 points to spare.

Got to be saved for next year  ;D
Fcuk me ,but you are a gimp

General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: April 11, 2014, 03:42:03 PM »
Delighted to be a shinner this week. Things in britain are going nicely with the state visit and marty has proved a leader and statesman putting his country before his own feelings. Meanwhile at home mary lou continues to excell in the media on her public accounts role. Plus john o dowd understanding and handling of eduacation makes him the most popular minister with teachers.

Roll on the elections hope this good work translates into votes

Incidently did I read that greece have sold government bonds at a lower interest rate than ireland  so much for endas "great work"
 Greek 10-year bonds fell for the first time in thee days, with yields climbing five basis points to 5.94 percent after declining to 5.80 percent yesterday.
The Irish 10-year yield dropped three basis points to 2.92 percent after declining to 2.894 percent, the lowest level since Bloomberg began tracking the securities in 1991
Im sure you will be as quick to priase Enda for his 'great work'.

General discussion / Re: Man Utd Thread:
« on: April 03, 2014, 02:53:56 PM »
Lads what you're really missing about Fellaini is the Sky boys have said he's not a true Man Utd player,therefore for a large portion of fans that's Gospel unless Fellaini starts playing like Keane and Zidane rolled into one  ::)

Always say the same, it only takes one journalist or sky studio analyst to spout some crap and every Tom, Dick and Harry is forever quoting it.  Feilani was a player who was sought by Chelsea and United, he was a man who gave big performances for Everton when playing the big sides and so far has had a hard time due to a combination of injuries, price tag, Uniteds poor season and constant negativity directed towards him. playing shyte

Probably posted before but who cares worth listening to again..
I seen Eels last year and it was one of the best gigs i was ever at!

General discussion / Re: Death Notices
« on: March 11, 2014, 05:04:55 PM »
General secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union Bob Crow has died aged 52.
RIP. London will miss him

General discussion / Re: Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane.
« on: March 10, 2014, 12:17:28 PM »
It was confirmed that the luggage of the 5 people who didn't board was taken off the flight.

Maybe a tap on the shoulder and a quiet word in the ear made these 5 people not get the flight, just adding to the conspiracy theory!!!

All very sensational and not very likely. People miss planes all the time when they've checked in. I've no doubt we'll find out what happened, just a matter of when.

5 people ?

I've never checked in and missed getting  on board nor do I know anybody that has. But I would assume that on occasion, passengers do miss planes.
Its very common, you can check in online days beforehand and anything can happen on the day of a flight - sickness, traffic etc.

General discussion / Re: athlone child rapist
« on: March 10, 2014, 09:15:09 AM »
There is the mechanism in the UK legal system for full  life sentances but it doesnt seem to be used too often.

General discussion / Re: Neil Francis and gay sportspeople
« on: February 26, 2014, 01:10:55 PM »
So if you adopted a child and raised them as your own and they had kids ............ oh never mind

General discussion / Re: The OFFICIAL Liverpool FC thread
« on: February 23, 2014, 08:47:33 PM »
The title talk is amusing ;D

I,ll humour you, explain why?

Simply not good enough. Away form is average and now seem to be leaking goals at an alarming rate. I expect City and Chelsea will both take points out of Anfield. Liverpool are playing out of their skin to be in fourth while City and Chelsea are playing poorly yet are still ahead. If one if them find a bit of good playing form they will race away with the title. I expect City will. Liverpool may yet get 3rd but that will be it. Just my opinion of course which I realise holds little value here.
Just Here?

General discussion / Re: callans kicks
« on: February 22, 2014, 10:32:03 AM »
How sad when you start a thread and you end talking to yourself, tumbleweed.

General discussion / Re: Neil Francis and gay sportspeople
« on: February 21, 2014, 09:24:53 AM »
I think the point of gay pride and the 'coming out' business is for it to become so commonplace that in future we'll return* to a time when it'll be considered no big deal what your sexual preferences are. Nobody will have to 'come out' because they won't feel any pressure to be 'in' in the first place.  Gay pride parades are an act of defiance in cultures where homosexual or bisexual behaviour is or was suppressed, and I think the intention of them is to let gay people know that there's no need to stay in the closet.  It's like the atheist billboards doing the rounds in America at the minute reassuring atheists in religiously-dominated areas that it's okay to be an atheist and that they're not alone.

* Yes, return to a time when it's no big deal. The idea that there's something wrong with homosexual behaviour is a relatively recent invention. In ancient Rome and ancient Greece nobody gave a toss.

Bad choice off words.   ;D  Common place or not a man wanting another man is not a natural thing.
What about a womans ass or is that out of bounds as well?

General discussion / Re: Best time to buy Euro in sterling?
« on: February 18, 2014, 04:29:33 PM »
Thanks for the replies. Fairfx offering 1.19 rate on 10k at the minute

Giveherlong, for comparison I just got quoted 1.2087 on UKForex which on my commission gives spot rate of 1.2157. If FairFX are giving 1.19, then that is about 2.1% spread which I'd say is pretty hefty. First transfer I did was around same size and was little more than 1%.

Based on the 2 rates examples above (1.215 & 1.19), am i correct in working out the difference as 257 if changing 10,000?
1.215 x 10000 = 12,157
1.19 x 10,000 = 11,900

1.215 was the interbank rate - you wouldn't get that. In my example i could have dealt at 1.2087 so gotten EUR 12,087 or EUR 187 more than he was quoted by the other crowd.
I use this crowd and have rarely seen them beat for price, sometime they have managed next day pay.

General discussion / Re: Rotten republic..
« on: January 28, 2014, 12:33:35 PM »
Just call Saul

General discussion / Re: Bars to Watch the GAA in London
« on: January 23, 2014, 07:53:36 PM »
Not sure where the nearest club is, ,might be dulwich harps unless you go north.  Few pubs in Clapham show GAA, the Alex by Clapham common station shows all the games and there are a few Irish pubs off the beaten track , the coach and horses on Clapham park road is ran by a Dub and shows games. The swan is only open on fir and sat night but don't think they open the day. The big pubs in town are hit and miss and don't show every game and if they do often there is no volume. The marquis of granby was a gem but it's been done up and I don't know if the same fella runs it (mad cork hoor used to run it and they showed every game no matter what soccer was on)

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