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Maesknoll Red

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  1. I had the same issue a few weeks back Mrs M was bemoaning that the washing machine was not working, my suggestion of taking the laundry down to the stream and beating it in rocks wasn’t well received. I had a look at the machine and there was nothing obvious, I have repaired others, nee drum bearings, motors etc. but this one was a control issue. Decided it wasn’t worth getting someone out, so bought a new one, used ao for the first time, good price, great service from the delivery guys.
  2. I hate Christmas, but it looks fun in this household, so it has to this one.....
  3. Different attitude over there perhaps? Elderly William over here aren’t going to have much sway in Romania.
  4. That was hardly a surprise, commentators have been predicting it all afternoon. Some talk of Moyes going back.
  5. Real shame, going to miss seeing him offering his considered opinion on the game. Just heard the radio commentary of his last wicket in the ‘81 game, Blowers on fine form describing a phenomenal bowling performance.
  6. The BBC do seem to have embraced it and some, the reporting used to make it in no doubt they were reporting in a women’s game, now you have to have your wits about you to tell what gender of the game they are referring to. It seems as if they are deliberately baiting sometimes, to wind people up.
  7. Personally, whilst I am looking fondly backwards to the ‘old days’ before Sky money skewed the game, I have enjoyed some of the Sky coverage, in the pub, or at home. What I won’t be doing is buying subscriptions to multiple platforms to watch football - I’m fortunate enough to say I won’t be paying, not can’t pay, to watch all the games now and going forward isn’t going to be cheap. I get the football authorities trying to maximise income, but there must be a tipping point and for me it’s been reached.
  8. Depends on the context, I really have no interest in women’s football, don’t click on the threads usually, so you could say I don’t give a shit about them. That said, I hope they enjoy what they do, if it encourages girls to get out and exercise and learn some lessons in life that team sports teach, then fine.
  9. Any thoughts on why? Tactics? Defensive frailties, improved attackers?
  10. Make up your own mind, here is an at a glance view of his record over the last few years:
  11. Excellent, a bit of repentance, glad you’ve seen the error of your ways.
  12. Second team..... no, just not right.
  13. Is that because no one went to work that day intending to cause such a tragedy? It was, as many tragedies are, a chain of events and circumstances, putting all of, or even the majority of the blame on one person is probably not right.
  14. I doubt taking on any of this in court would be an easy ride, or someone would have already done it, but with human rights and employment laws changing things over the last few years, I’m sure at some point one or more of the rules like this will be challenged legally.
  15. Is FFP restraint of trade? It’s not stopping anyone working, it’s mainly a wage control device, as wages are by far the biggest cost.
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