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  1. Absolutely loving the podcasts Stan. I'm a relatively new listener and now really look forward to the new episodes as well as catching up on 'A Cider With'. As an exile I miss conversations about City and its great to hear you guys annalise games and individual players in your own way. You make a long hack around Melbourne's motorways much more bearable. Keep up the good work and thanks again.
  2. I watched Australia women vs Chile women last night. It was fairly enjoyable although Chile were pretty awful skil wise, the work rate and commitment from both sides could not be faulted. I think the Oz women have recently been granted equal pay so I wouldn't be surprised if other countries follow suit?
  3. Rude Boys Outta Jail - The Specials
  4. Rude Boys Outta Jail - The Specials
  5. Got Your Money - Ol' Dirty Bastard
  6. Was Gerry good then? Got tickets to see him in Melbourne next month. Being supported by LG
  7. I thought he played well today. Very lively and good attacking intent.
  8. Hmmm, and not always legal challenges. I'm worried the ref will give a pen against him if he persists.
  9. The Sick Bed Of Cuchulainn - The Pogues
  10. I’m really not trying to ‘shoehorn’ anything, just stating fact. I genuinely can’t think of many British (1?) and French (2?) diesels of the time either and by Czech I presume you mean Skoda? After it was bought by VW. Anyway, here’s a couple of interesting links on the subject. Not from the daily express I’m afraid. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/sep/22/the-rise-diesel-in-europe-impact-on-health-pollution and if you have a spare hour https://enveurope.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/2190-4715-25-15
  11. I wasn’t referring to the price of diesel itself Robbo ( although the EC would have pressured governments to keep duty low) more the promotion of diesel powered vehicles in the UK and throughout Europe when the incentive should have been hybrid and electric. Everyone always knew that diesel was the dirtier fuel, up until VW’s atrocities anyway. The European Commission ignoring the dangers of NOx levels was a very happy coincidence for the German car manufacturers. So the big petroleum companies and giant car manufacturers sell us cancer causing monsters, then the big pharmaceutical companies sell us drugs to battle the illnesses. Oh, and the government tax us for the pleasure.
  12. I agree Mr Squirrel although I think most people are well aware of the dangers of derv and have been for some time. The problem is that diesel has been forced upon us by the Eu choosing to ignore NOx and concentrating solely on limiting CO2 emissions, therefore promoting the manufacture of diesel cars. We’ve been sold the lie for 20 odd years and now we’re being punished for it!
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