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kmpowell last won the day on September 11 2014

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  1. Context - In 1996 I started University, it was the age of the internet, forum, email etc etc. I did a BSC in Computing, so I have been around 'the internet' and worked in Digital Marketing/Social for nearly 25 years. In that time I have used, helped run, and even owned, many many forums, all of which have very high traffic levels. So I hope you can agree I have some knowledge in this when I make my observation of you.... I can put my hand on my heart and say that I cannot recall, not once, encountering a poster in a thread thread where their view is disagreed with by EVERY person who has replied to a thread so vehemently. There's not one message of support, not even a glimmer of anybody backing you up. Your posts/views have been argued with factually, subjectively and ultimately in a way that shows/proves you are wrong. Yet for some unfathomable reason you still continue with your path of blind ignorance. You remind me of my Grandfather, who came from a generation of stubborn minds & souls. He took thoughts & beliefs to his grave that his whole family could see were wrong, yet he vocally dismissed things. The 'joke' within the family was that if there was a white horse in a field, and my grandfather said it was black, no matter what anybody would say he would insist it was black, even if the damned thing was white and the owner was stood in the room telling him it was white.. It's 2019, there's no shame in being wrong and admitting you may have got things wrong, all you are doing here is dragging yourself further down a path of no return.
  2. No I’m Twentyman, and so’s my wife.
  3. Thats the difference between you as reasonable & decent person, and the pig ignorant dumb ***** who continually take flares into football grounds and/or condone it. As some of the cretinous replies on this thread show, you can’t educate pork
  4. Damn that tight-mouthed Larry, Or are you talking out of your bottom...
  5. If ever there was a photo that screams “conference level”, this is it.
  6. Brilliant, thanks OP! Done , and op & running in minutes.
  7. Speaking personally, I wouldn’t mind paying the prices if the t’s and polo’s had a slim/fitted option (not muscle tight fit, just something with some shape), and be of good quality, but they aren’t and at that price point they really should be. This new polo shirt is now the perfect example of something that can be worn without it looking too ‘football’. Something to wear day to day without any obvious football connotations but still subtle enough to show your support for the club. Think Fred Perry, think Ralph Lauren, £50-60, that’s where this polo should be competing. They could have done the same with the T’s, just subtle logos/detail, not just a big screen printed badge on the front of a generic t. I could forgive it in the first few seasons of BS whilst they were finding their feet, but they’ve not evolved/developed, and for what should have been an epic rebrand year on top of the supposed freedom to make things without constraints of a big brand manufacturers, the offerings are very poor indeed. Very poor and VERY expensive for what the items actually are. A few seasons ago they even stopped selling the slim/pro fit replica shirts much to my dismay. As an exile I’d happily have a some T’s, a couple of Polos, and also a replica shirt for lounging in, an easily £200-300 for the club. But none of it fits me (unless I like wearing shapeless tents) and as a result my money stays in my pocket instead. I can’t be the only one thinking this...
  8. Similar to me. Deep down I know it’s probably just me pissing £10 down the drain, but this season has been so full of surprises, you never know... All in or nothing. Positive vibes only.
  9. Watch them all run away as the police arrived. https://streamable.com/33t75 The spotty little oik at teh front in the orange t-shirt and black strap-bag was giving it out all game. Tragic.
  10. I’ll take it if it’s still available? I live in South London, so I can meet you there or in the boozer. Drop me a DM.
  11. Thanks, not sure how I missed that link.
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