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CrazyInWeston

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About CrazyInWeston

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  • Birthday 29/03/1988

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    Footy, Snooker, Call of Duty.

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  1. I thought Leeds missing their penalty was funny.
  2. Its now been changed to England win by a Super Over.
  3. This happened on the same street my sister lives on.
  4. Its a dead but mechanically alive thing when switched on. A clue there. @Gakoe No sorry.
  5. I propose a new game for y'all to join in. Its Eye Spy with Twenty questions combined. As a kid during junior school me and my friend on the school taxi run back would play this game. (This "friend" is also a member of OTIB I learned many years ago, but since being out of touch I have no clue what his username is, however I know he is a member on here due to the few times we've met since but hey, in case he is reading.... Hello Chris!) You spy something (can be anything) and you can ask questions for a clue and theres unlimited questions. We always used to say "congradulations" when one was right instead of congratulations. Lets start! I spy with my very eagle beaded eye, something beginning with O. (Lets see you guys get this one.) (Disclaimer: Chris if you're reading, This is how I remember the game was played, if you remember different, please let me know)
  6. Well I dont see why not. The amount of cameras watching the games. Make VAR like how it is in cricket, like 1 per half or 1 per game (would be better) It would then like today in cricket be the refs/umpires call like how it happened today with Roy and just bloody get on with it.
  7. So the simple answer, Fielding/Batting Its 1 review for the whole thing. Maybe VAR should be the same. At first you'll get teams asking at the first instant, but over time, the game will be as it has been for many years (controversial decisions going either way) but you get that one chance.
  8. Thanks @TomF and @hodge for your replies, makes it clearer a little. As for VAR. Dont wish to derail the topic, but I mentioned on the Football forum that its a joke ATM, some fouls blatently needed VAR yet ignored, yet that Eng womens penalty vs USA which was the softest touch ever went to VAR and we got awarded the penalty. Not to mention that vs Cameroon a STAMP on the foot was declared a NON penalty by that ref. Many things needed sorting out there, I'm surprised how bad it is. Back to Cricket, is that 1 review per ODI then? As in it carries from fielding to batting?
  9. Wouldnt calle them "comedies" but I agree they're worth a good watch, spesh Santa Clarita Diet.
  10. Hi guys, I profess to admit, I dont watch much of cricket. Watched todays game and whoop whoop we're in the finals. Although I need to ask, cos I cant seem to find why online (did a brief look, it wasnt obvious) So I'm asking if any of you knowledgeable folk know why reviews in cricket are limited? I am the UN-informative one after all, even in football IoI) If it was Football it would've gone straight to VAR and Roy wouldnt in the end be declared out. During the whole day of play, there wasnt really much call for reviews, so why is it limited? Thanks in advance. Edit: cant someone please change the "IoI" to just initially be the letters IoI? Instead of : laugh :
  11. Perhaps a mandatory resident housing permit for everyone in the country. Permits are per household. I know this would cost the government money but maybe only allowing 2 resident permit dumpings per month for white goods/sofas/coffee tables, and permits are checked by driver licence ID for those living in the household. Sure this itself could be open to some abuse, but surely, common sense would prevail that someone turning up with 5 fridge freezers and 3 sofas would be commercial waste. It would at least cut the fly tipping down. Or is this a bad/too simple idea?
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