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stephenkibby.

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  1. 8 hours ago, Delta said:

    We are not your rivals.

    Just because we took Kodjia off you doesn't mean there is a rivalry, other than in your bitter heads.

    You just worry your pretty heads over Bristol Rovers and Bath City and leave the big boys to contest big boy rivalries.

    Haven't read any further on in this thread but imagine you have all the bites you require.

    The only thing that springs to mind is why? Oh what joy you must have you piss taking supremo.


  2. 2 hours ago, 22A said:

    I've just had a look at one of the books written by David Woods. "Reporters at the game timed the goal as six seconds, but the Referee insisted it was nine seconds".

    Jim Fryatt of Oldham holds the league record at six seconds. The quickest ever recorded was Derek Dougan of Wolves. The ball was knocked forward at kick off and he lobbed the keeper. Just two seconds, but as this was in a friendly, it doesn't count.

    Ah Jim Fryatt, can remember him playing up front for Torquay  alongside Robin Stubbs.


  3. 1 hour ago, joe jordans teeth said:

    I’m afraid it’s the culture of the benifits system and that’s a government fault by both parties,I know people who haven’t worked a day in their life and will never do because it’s cushty who have popped down Devon because it’s cheap as hell now 

    **** me these people must be incredibly intelligent. where are they off to for the summer, Bigbury ,Prawl point Salcome. ?

    Maybe not probably can only afford Dawlish.


  4. 12 minutes ago, RedM said:

    Oh I fully understand, I really do. All the best to you and stay safe. It’s easy to be sucked into the manic world that is food retail right now and exhaust yourself mentally and physically. 

    Good point about the availability of the specialised delivery vans, I admit I know little about this service as I have never used it and don’t deal with it.  What’s the earliest/latest slots normally available, maybe these could be extended  an hour or two each end of the day, and have two shifts for drivers? Maybe if most people are off the roads the traffic situation will be much easier, making the runs quicker, so a couple more deliveries could be added each day?

    As I said I don’t have the answers but if home delivery is to be relied on going forward it has to be reworked somehow. 

     

    The vans go out first at about 08.00 but it takes a while to scan and load all the tote box's of coarse. I think the 2nd shift of drivers are out to 21.30,22.00.

    The main problem with getting stuff out much earlier  is that we would have to be picking through the night when all the isles are full of people stacking shelves and pallets everywhere witch makes it slow and difficult to get round.


  5. 7 hours ago, RedM said:

    Yes, of course. I just assumed that was a given. More online slots should be made available and processed quickly. I think people are finding though that there are no slots, or a long wait for one and having to physically shop anyway, and many online orders are missing the vital things people need

    I work as a picker in Asda.   Manic now as you would imagine, starting at 4 or 5 in the mornings. don't think it's possible to have any more slots as were picking 20,000 items a day in the store as opposed to a norm of probably 7 or 8,000.   Plus we don't have the vans to cover anymore slots, it's not like you could hire any old van to do the job.

    As for keeping the shelves full it's impossible The store opened a 8 this morning to give us a chance, a lot of idiots were waiting outside before six!!!

    Once in they had stripped the chilled section of Chicken, Mince and Pork within two hours.

    Still feeling pretty protected now as the ****** maniacs come charging in as my  wife ordered me a box of latex gloves😷😮


  6. 1 hour ago, Kid in the Riot said:

    I'm in full agreement with you, and I say that as a "younger" person. From the media to the man/woman on the street there seems to be this horrible attitude that old people are simply "expendable" in a pandemic.

    Even sadder, the same people that are so dismissive of the older generation will certainly start to care a whole lot more about the virus when the global economy inevitably tanks and they can't afford their mortgage repayments/rent because they can't go to work. 

    We are in a new "me" generation, unfortunately. A lot of people don't know the true value of what's really important. 

    Strange. I was led to believe that it was only us older folk that were selfish and cared only about themselves. Ummm.


  7. 3 hours ago, havanatopia said:

    I never got higher than 7th in the inter house cross country at school. Yr in yr out, twas my glass ceiling no matter what I tried. Always peeved me some kiddie used to beat me regular and he was always smoking behind the bike sheds.

    I hope City have not reached their ceiling under Johnson. Come on lads nine cup final efforts and don't let Lee's rants get you down. Do it for the fans not for him. 

    hahaha that was me, ok not in your school but smoked at 13 won the cross country twice and lowest finish was 4th.

    Did me a lot of good mind  as I never got any promotion!!!

    Anyway win at Blackburn and game on, talk about up and down, 3 weeks ago I had accepted the fact were not making the play offs, made me more relaxed.  Now with everybody else ****** up it's game on.

    Cum on!!!!


  8. 12 minutes ago, Sniper said:

    Much prefer that result today as Derby have a brutal run-in.

    They could take a lot of points off other teams and actually do us a favour!

    Ouch!

    Millwall A
    Reading H
    Preston A
    Forest H
    West Brom A
    Brentford H
    Cardiff A
    Leeds H
    Birmingham A

    Yeah good luck with those fixtures. They need to put a run of results together and if they make the play offs after that run in, would be favourites to go up.

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