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  1. But with your mates belting out Mr Brightside....
  2. UTC for once I couldn't agree with you more.
  3. Standing: £71.50 Seats: £49.50 - £93.50 Ouch. Will still sell out easily mind.
  4. That is class. They absolutely nailed it at Glastonbury. I'm in.
  5. I do love it when that happens - on rare occasion touts will overestimate demand and end up screwing themselves.
  6. They're showing their respects, just re-branding it slightly to make it more relevant to themselves. There are ****tons of sticks to beat them, this isn't one of them. A classic example of people choosing to be offended here imo. They're remembering the fallen, and they're paying respect to them, that's what matters.
  7. I do agree we shouldn't change history, but let's say for some weird reason we had 'Hitler Bridge' or something daft like that , would you be in favour of keeping it? With the Colston Hall I think both sides have quite a good case.
  8. Their wage/turnover ratio is almost identical to ours. No self-awareness whatsoever.
  9. Probably worth bearing in mind we might have spent more because of those sales. So that's a bit disingenuous, but yeah we're probably struggle to make a profit otherwise.
  10. You could apply the same to Catholicism, and plenty of other religions. Yet these knobhead 'freedom fighters' and 'heroes' seem to only focus on one religion. I don't know the reason why, except that it's definitely not racism.
  11. Yeah fair point that. The lack of exclusivity probably drives his salary down then.
  12. People love to sensationalise this but chances are he could earn over double that if he went elsewhere. If the BBC don't get top presenters in, people say they're wasting their money. If they do, they say they're spending too much. There's lots you can criticise the BBC for but here they're damned if they do and damned if they don't.
  13. So by that, you mean Aluko? Fair enough. As I said above, it's impossible to directly pin it on racism, but a successful female black footballer, over 100 caps for England and legally trained... it's a perfect target for certain sections of the gutter press. As was Sterling. As it happens I agree with you about Sterling by the way. I used him as an example as to why controversy can seek certain people, rather than follow.
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