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  1. Ironic David Noble was bemused with you looking pissed
  2. My 2nd favourite match I've attended, after the palace semi-final. What a couple of seasons those were.
  3. Perhaps they could used the money saved to make ticket prices more affordable
  4. National day of mourning - when White lightning stopped being made
  5. Thanks a lot! Brightened up my lunch break. Only 18 correct though...
  6. Need answers! I'm too lazy to Google every one
  7. "I sometimes keep a lollipop there too"
  8. Sounds like I'm in the minority then. After being locked down for 2 weeks (living in Spain), I would love something to get excited about
  9. It'll be interesting to see how the government tackles the post-coronavirus tax problem. The Tories have historically always looked out for their own, which means tax cuts for the rich, but with so many people heading to unemployment, the money will have to come from somewhere. I don't think austerity will be a serious option either: if there are no jobs, you can't hammer the unemployed with ever greater cuts. We may see a significant change along the lines of introduction of universal basic income, where everyone gets paid a minimum salary. It'll cost a fortune of course, but it might be the best way forward
  10. Agreed. However as some mitigation, that was a hugely emotive and bitter issue. This is someone gleefully writing about elderly people dying to save money. There is a difference.
  11. I guess that's where all the panic shopped hand sanitiser goes
  12. Disgusting comment, although it is bemusing to read some of the comments on that article from people who would normally call others 'snowflake' for taking offence
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