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BS2 Red

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  1. I'd love to blame autocorrect.....
  2. There's an interesting podcast called "Hit Parade" (in depth stories on the American chart) that did a two part episode on Steinbeck last October, called "Turn Around, Bright Eyes". I'd never heard of him before that, but he was a fascinating man. RIP.
  3. Best they can do is equal points with Wigan. It's only 7 goals so if they win every game and Wigan lose every game, they'd overtake them. Everyone else in the relegation spots would also have to lose. So possible. But no real chance of that happening.
  4. BS2 Red

    NASA

    Mars does have "air", it's just really thin. This is an old article but describes the problem. I guess the answer to how they solved it comes down to "bloody clever NASA boffins" "Like a helicopter, an Earth-bound drone is kept aloft by directing air downward, the resulting thrust counteracting the force of gravity. The good news is that the surface gravity on Mars is barely one-third that of the Earth, so the rotors don’t have to work so hard to combat its effect. The bad news is that the Martian atmosphere is far more tenuous than that of Earth, with a density 60 times lower. So for a g
  5. PSG to lift the CL trophy on Friday night. And join the ESL on Monday.
  6. It'll end up the same as when Boris said he'd lie down in front of the bulldozers at Heathrow. All talk and zero action when it comes down to it.
  7. Agreed, it is hilarious to see the likes of the Premier League trying to take a moral high ground. The greed was always going to end up causing a situation like this. The PL was the first step in clubs eventually breaking away from all of the traditions of football.
  8. Yep, this is only about cash, it has nothing to do with how good the clubs are playing on the pitch.
  9. The greed in football has been there for decades and it's no surprise that the super rich clubs want even more money. The FA, UEFA and FIFA have all allowed the rich clubs to take the piss for years, all that pandering is now coming home to roost as the greed overtakes what the governing bodies can provide.
  10. I'd love FGR to go up. FGR being the best Rovers in the west would be amazing.
  11. Never underestimate the ability of Rovers to **** things up.
  12. This. Plus Swindon being bottom would be a decent consolation prize.
  13. Yeah there's no way they are going to manage it. I think Wimbledon are safe now and so they'll need to catch Wigan (and hope Northampton & Rochdale don't win!), which looks beyond any possibility. Wigan's final games: Shrewsbury, Burton, Hull and Swindon Gash's final games: MK Dons, Portsmouth, Crewe and Blackpool Wigan will not be playing anybody that needs points, Hull will be up by then, Swindon will be down. Whereas Portsmouth and Blackpool are both pushing for play off spots. The 15ers might get a shock win against one of them, but there's no way they'll beat
  14. Ok my pessimism has gone. They are screwed.
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