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  1. Another justification for positive discrimination is that it helps to overcome unconscious bias, which can easily affect the decisions of people who think they are being fair. There is a lot of training available these days (I've done some myself, as everyone at my level had to) but most of the evidence suggests that such training doesn't really change behaviour and can even backfire.
  2. I won't believe the OS is not there until I see it confirmed on the OS
  3. A draw pushes us down into 7th. Johnson out
  4. Early 70s, arrived at a new primary school, didn't know anything about Bristol teams but needed a football shirt. I chose red and my brother chose blue. At school, we were told that red is City and blue is Rovers. Such random events can open up a lifetime of joy or misery....
  5. Meanwhile, the BBC has a quote from Neil Harris that "The gulf between League One and the Championship is the biggest it has ever been and it is only going to get bigger." MIND THE GULF
  6. Yes, but we were very, very happy when Pompey poached him. Almost as good as winning promotion
  7. You mean like Bruce at Villa or Karanka at Forest? Those worked well
  8. I'd normally agree with the points about momentum, turning the corner etc. But ..... after today it's 18 days until the next game. So time for LJ to turn it round even if the worst happens tonight. And also time for the confidence to subside if we win.
  9. not us but Leeds fans, following their defeat at Loftus Rd, according to a Leeds-based journalist on the Radio 4 0825 sports bulletin this morning
  10. We did OK after the last time we lost three in a row!
  11. Perhaps you were in the bogs when Diedhiou left two Brum defenders on the floor to create that chance?
  12. Hopefully none of them will have anything to play for by that stage
  13. Could have easily been 4-2 or 3-3, fine margins. We're competing, and just need to keep focused. Would be great to squeeze either FLDC or Boro out of 6th place, then who knows....
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