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About zippycar

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  1. Are Blackburn saying that there is only OTIB? Just out of interest and to those in the know, do the opponents of the Slags (is this term still politically correct, as Sags used to be!) just refer to our city, or do they acknowledge their pirate heritage?
  2. This Plus the millions and millions that the Bristol economy has specifically benefited from through his diverse local investment . Give it to the Government to be frittered away supporting all sorts of undeserving benefits cheaters or keep it local. It's at times like this that people like Steve and to a much lesser extent myself, who have made huge sacrifices to get to where we are by saving, investing and pure hard work, are now expected to bail out those who were too busy having a good time and living the high and making absolutely no provision for these rainy days and mont
  3. And to finish The problem was, neither did he
  4. Sadly a lot of us, including myself, have experienced dementia at first hand and which has been brought about by many contributing factors. But it amazes me that people are still unwilling to put two and two together and acknowledge that dementia in professional football players is at least three times that of the rest of the population. I know it’s from the dark side, but Stuart Taylor, of whom I have local connections, is a case in point. I’m totally against the nanny state, but at least on a youth level we should consider the implications of kids heading the ball and that it
  5. Most of the audience too young to get this but a laugh out loud from me. Why can't i type laugh out loud (abbreviation) without it changing into a laugh - gerrrr Which reminds me of the joke What's black and white and flies through the air with no legs? Douglas Badger
  6. Surely all smoke and daggers, it can't be real. It's just an artists' impression and some clever computer animation work. Oh and just to upset some there is a misplaced apostrophe.
  7. Let's not forget they all say right not best for the job. Also thought SL didn't look that well
  8. Hasn't someone posted that he could leave for nothing?
  9. It's surprising just how many more people you can squeeze in when standing versus seating and yes it was a crush but weren't we all slimmer in those days
  10. Didn't they sell it around 1938 because the directors saw a quick buck for themselves? Nothing changed then
  11. Isn't some of the debt still owed to the old owners?
  12. Has everyone gone to sleep around the world?
  13. I’m of an era when I saw the likes of Norman Hunter and Jo Jordan on their way down from what is now the Premier League. Off the pace (if they ever had it!!) but with intelligence and experience way above and beyond their Championship piers and rivals. Sadly something that we will never see again, as the Premiership “gods” have no need to play out their careers in the lower leagues, just to make a living. So back to the topic, Williams was probably a good punt in today's market, but as you rightly question, should he be a first choice?
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