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Eddie Hitler

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  1. Willem II "kit and miss"

    Okay. Well personally I like that there is a link to Willem but don't claim to support them and my following of them is restricted to posts on OTIB which flag up any major achievements by them. But as I said it's not compulsory and certainly it doesn't mean that if you're a Bristol City fan then you should take an interest in Willem; though I like that some do and they have been over to watch them.
  2. Willem II "kit and miss"

    No, but do you not have a second club? If I lived in BS3 then I wouldn't but when I lived in London I also supported a London club and went to watch them. I guess this association started similarly: Willem fan working and living in Bristol if memory serves.
  3. Willem II "kit and miss"

    These informal club associations have a long history and are mainly founded upon small groups of keen fans from each team linking up. There have only ever been a small number of Chelsea fans visiting Rangers and vice versa but that makes the link. 90% of fans won't be involved but that doesn't negate the association. It's also an excuse for trips overseas and a bit of variety. You can't force these things but if the Sweden Bristol City fans mostly supported a particular Swedish team then you would see some City fans visiting to watch. It's good, all part of life's rich pageant, but it's not compulsory.
  4. Adriano Basso playing for the Red Rebels

    That sounds wholly genuine; he's a man with principles who refused to work for someone who deliberately lied to him. Top bloke; I thought I'd see him playing for Truro City but missed him by a couple of months.
  5. Thank you fellow Reds

    I do have second hand experience thereof and know sufficient to know never to get between two people in a relationship when they are having a go at each other. Erin Pizzey was brutally honest about the dynamics of these relationships and was mercilessly hounded for it. It happens time and time again that through noble intention a stranger steps in to defend the woman and then finds the man and the woman turning upon him. It is not worth the risk; I would always just leave them to it and would always advise any other bloke to do just that. I have tackled a mugger and was slashed with a knife for my pains so am not afraid to get involved but when it's a domestic I will just walk on by every time.
  6. Thank you fellow Reds

    Never ever get involved in a domestic. She's in that relationship because she likes bad lads and all the drama that goes with it; she doesn't want a white knight to rescue her so just leave them to it.
  7. Director of Football Required

    Isn't that exactly Mark Ashton's role? Not having a go at either but I thought it was very clear that LJ was first team coach rather than a traditional manager.
  8. Torquay United - worrying times ahead I think

    Can't see it happening tbh; they now want £6m of council money and it's in a stupid place; less Stadium for Cornwall more Stadium for Truro that nobody can get to unless they have a helicopter to beat the traffic. Pete Masters loses his co-chairman this summer when the five years of support promised run out leaving PM funding £250k of losses on his own so I can see him deciding that Torquay is a better bet. If you remember he "facilitated" the purchase of Torquay so his ambitions maybe lie in that direction; co-owner possibly.
  9. Can you help identify this please?

    No, after a lot of searches. My guess is that it is not a specific logo but one of those squiggles that tie manufacturers sometimes add on.
  10. Torquay United - worrying times ahead I think

    If the Council makes it clear that it will never sell the freehold of Plainmoor to Osborne, given that he was the one who bought Eastville and sold it to Ikea, then Osborne will lose interest, the likelihood is that it will then drift towards administration and then the administrators can sell it cheaply to a Supporters Trust who will take it over and continue to play at Plainmoor. The best thing the current fans can do is boycott the club with pickets and force it into administration so seeing the back of Osborne as quickly as possible. Edit: he makes the Al Qadis look like model owners!
  11. Katie Hopkins

    Well good luck to her with that; I keep applying and don''t even seem to merit the courtesy of a reply. The South African government doesn't like foreign journalists revealing facts that make them look bad so they hassle them; they're not the only country that does that but Zimbabwe, Russia, Saudi Arabia, China and North Korea are not good company to keep. "Detained" is a nicely vague word, airport security staff can sit you in a room for hours (happened to a relative in the US, mistaken identity) before letting you go with no need to proffer an explanation and thsi woudl not be classed as detention by the police.
  12. These new Bank Notes

    People seem to lose them more as their slipperiness makes them work their way out of pockets; I know several people who have found one on the pavement but had not previously found a bank note as the paper ones were much grippier. Maybe it's a crude method of wealth redistribution.
  13. Katie Hopkins

    The hype I referred to in line one is the hype about her. Surely that is obvious from what I posted.
  14. Katie Hopkins

    Why is she "vile"; don't believe the hype? Of course she plays up her views for better copy because that's what journalists do.
  15. Katie Hopkins

    Being stiff necked over not apologiisng for an incorrect tweet rather than her "views". Food blogger Jack Monroe has won £24,000 damages, plus legal costs, in a libel action against columnist Katie Hopkins after a row over two tweets. Ms Monroe sued the writer over two war memorial tweets she said caused "serious harm" to her reputation. Ms Hopkins posted tweets in May 2015 asking her if she had "scrawled on any memorials recently". Ms Monroe said that meant she had either vandalised a war memorial or "condoned or approved" of it. Mr Justice Warby also ordered Ms Hopkins - a columnist for the Mail Online - to pay an initial £107,000 towards the campaigner's legal costs within 28 days. He ruled that the tweets had caused "Ms Monroe real and substantial distress" and she was entitled to "fair and reasonable compensation". The final costs figure has yet to be assessed. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39234079
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