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Bat Fastard

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Bat Fastard last won the day on March 23 2017

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  1. The Green brigade will not allow such a thing!!
  2. It went past our house! Bloody wonderful!
  3. I was so excited I had to take a heart pill! An exceptional fight by both men.
  4. Maybe this chap could have a pugilistic future? http://video.dailymail.co.uk/preview/mol/2017/04/28/74334497240170491/636x382_MP4_74334497240170491.mp4
  5. Bellew has no chance whatsoever - but will get a great payday - and a very sore head!
  6. I cannot help liking him! He was sometimes a wonderful fighter and sometimes he frustrated - but he was always his own man and unique. I can see that he must be a pain in the arse to deal with and that the promoters are used to dealing with pushovers and not a man who still carries the hurt of being short changed when he was an active boxer.
  7. That's bloody ridiculous - are you saying that he is not as fit as Ed Balls?
  8. There is a great player in there somewhere - I hope that Lee can work his magic and get the lad to rediscover his mojo. Nothing is 100% though, and it takes two to tango!
  9. I'm sure its best to let the club make a suitable judgement - they will know the risks and the potential rewards.
  10. Frankly I'm pretty shocked at this news. I expect the mayor is putting his mind to sorting out our matchday parking before tackling the arena!
  11. I sympathise with the clarity of your vision. Maybe that is why Russia keeps flirting with nuclear war - they could rebuild their cities with better infrastructure! Maybe the waterways in Bristol could be better adapted and utilised? Maybe some overhead system? Maybe better use of the very old rail network, which they seem to be thinking about? The problem is, how the hell would you integrate it?
  12. I dont pretend to understand the concept behind MetroBus, but it seems to be something that can carry 30 or so passengers every 15 or 20 minutes. Given that some of the seats would already be occupied, it would seem ill suited for the purposes of mass transit. Of course it may be that it could take that number every 2 or 3 minutes, in which case I should maybe apologise to George Ferguson. Even then it would not make a vast difference to a "sell out" crowd.
  13. I suppose that the roads in Bristol once used to take trams, so it might be possible to find routes. To help transport people for the Arena and the sports venues, it would need to take large numbers and the network would have to be far reaching. With the current cash situation, this won't happen anytime soon! I'm not sure how much traffic the Metrobus routes can take. The cannot (as far as I am aware) overtake each other, so may be prone to holdups through breakdowns. It seems unlikely that they could transport thousands to and from the Arena or Ashton Gate.
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