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  1. Star Wars Name of the Rose The Big Lebowski The Longest Day Groundhog Day
  2. the coiffured ref Roger Milford too. i didn't know this existed!!
  3. when was the last time we saw either of those things? I usually despair when you see a player rushing towards the keeper as it always seems so pointless, now however...
  4. i've seen pics of the singer or guitarist in a Gas shirt and read an interview where he talked about watching them relieved to see the drummer is City tho! - i can listen again now
  5. If it does happen, and thats still an IF, it will certainly pressure test the relationship between SL and his manager like never before.
  6. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/12124344/nigel-pearson-my-battle-against-covid-19-leaving-watford-and-desire-to-return-to-the-game
  7. brilliant coreography
  8. i would perhaps space them out a little more...:0 if you are struggling to get fully back on the first one, you don't want the second one too soon.
  9. not had my joints replaced Tone, but just had my second shoulder arthroscopy (much less) and it's bloody sore but so long as you follow the physio you'll be fine. My friend who had their knee replaced was in pain, and discomfort for sure, but it's a slow and steady recovery and now 6-9 months on they are taking long walks again. long term it definately works out, the pain that causes the operation is gone, and suddenley one day you notice that! when everything is working again.
  10. can't agree - he knows his stuff. Wiemann is dire, O Dowda not much better
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