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  1. That was substitute teacher Mr Chowdury Terry, he was always rumoured to be reading the Kama Sutra inside whatever text book he was teaching from.
  2. Mr House taught me Religious Education and was my rugby coach along with Mr Fisher at Ashton Park. As everyone says he was larger than life and loved his sport. condolences to his wife Rosemary. R.I.P sir, you made a lasting impression on this former pupil.
  3. I remember that weekend well as I was flying home from Orlando. When I got on the plane we were 4-2 down
  4. Lacatus is one of their greats
  5. Just read the AGM thread on asschat and in one post Wael is quoted as saying that for every £100 they spend £97 on wages. I can’t see how that is possible as there is a ruling you can only spend 60% of turnover on wages. Have they been cheating or is Wael lying?
  6. The problem is that despite how much we apologise for this behaviour it allows the sags to do what they do best which is play the victim card. It suits their inferior psyche
  7. Totally agree, there is no need for it. A tiny minuscule minority make the majority of us look bad
  8. For my sins I have been on asschat and it looks like some of our “fans” paid a visit to the Minimal Ground and did some decorating. All I will say is thankfully it wasn’t the gates this time
  9. I kept hearing the commentators say that this was the last domestic final Lords. What is happening next season?
  10. Could I suggest that he takes a voluntary job? The two year gap is putting employers off. If he can show he is volunteering whilst looking for paid employment it goes a long way to show you are willing and committed. This website is good https://www.voscur.org/jobs
  11. Thanks Rich, I will order it on Amazon. Just checked The Doors of Stone Book 3 has a release date of August 2020 Thanks for the recommendation. I will check it out
  12. Awesome thanks, it’s not often I get to talk books. I really must read Erikson now. I tend to read on the way to work and on my lunch so I have good reading time. I have a couple more suggestions for you. Jim Butcher - The Dresden files. Great series about a wizard in modern day Chicago who works alongside the police. They made a TV series but it was only half a season. Tim Powers- Two books really, The Anubis Gates and On Stranger Tides. The later was used roughly for a Pirates of the Caribbean movie. I have been struggling to find new authors lately
  13. The Black Company were the first fantasy novels I ever read. I adore Glen Cook. His Garrett novels are very good. I have not heard of Bakker so thanks for that. Steven Eriksons books are on my to read pile. some recommendations from me Steven Brusts Vlad Taltos series Robin Hobb - Farseer novels about an assassin called FitzChivalry Roger Zelazny the Amber series Terry Goodkind
  14. Love your take on gritty :laugh:. I started reading fantasy after I used to read war novels. The fantasy I enjoy has protagonists who will do bad things to get the job done. Despite him supposedly being a hero. Rand al Thor will do bad thimgs
  15. This loony will continue to read books in the hope of finding the next great series
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