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Nogbad the Bad

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Nogbad the Bad last won the day on May 27 2017

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About Nogbad the Bad

  • Birthday 21/05/1958

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    BS3. The deed has been done. Back in my seat for 2018/19
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    Lounging by a roaring fire in traditional Real Ale pubs, Striding coastal paths, Almost falling off ladders, Growing Runner Beans, Hedgerow management, Keeping unruly teenagers in check (even though they're no longer teenagers), Raging against Political Correctness.

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  1. Nogbad the Bad

    Why do we only get about five (dis)likes per day?

    There may be a few, some people seem to post alot but 4,000 is 11 posts per day, every single day of the year. If they miss a day they have to post 22 times the next day to make up for it, etc. Go on holiday for a week and they've got to do 70+ posts the first day back just to keep the rate up. Really can't see it, I doubt there are more than half a dozen who post 2k plus per year!
  2. Nogbad the Bad

    Why do we only get about five (dis)likes per day?

    If the idea is to nudge regular posters towards supporting the forum with their fiver then limiting them to 10 posts a day wouldn't achieve anything. I doubt there's anyone who posts 4,000 times per year, OTIB supporter or not. For instance, my near 20k posts are spread over 15 years.
  3. Nogbad the Bad

    Why do we only get about five (dis)likes per day?

    If you want to make more than 2 posts a day you are a big user of the forum and should be more than happy to contribute what is a very small annual amount to have no restrictions imo.
  4. Nogbad the Bad

    Why do we only get about five (dis)likes per day?

    Hardly forcing you into something - you'd still be able to post on the forum but not as much as those who pay to help to keep it going. I always assume high posting non OTIB Supporters like yourself must simply forget, and perhaps need a gentle nudge, but obviously not in your case. .
  5. Nogbad the Bad

    Why do we only get about five (dis)likes per day?

    Sounds reasonable. Something like initial 50 posts free to make sure you enjoy it. After 50 posts automatically invited to become OTIB Supporter and limited to 2 posts a day afterwards if you don't stump up? Don't know how practical that would be. Hard to imagine why anyone who posts regularly wouldn't be willing to put a fiver in to keep OTIB going.
  6. Nogbad the Bad

    FAO Maggie Lansdown

    Sounds level headed, shall we put you down as a freak then?
  7. Nogbad the Bad

    FAO Maggie Lansdown

    I did hear you were connected to a lunatic fringe, but I put that down to a wacky haircut.
  8. Nogbad the Bad

    FAO Maggie Lansdown

    Which one are you ZE? I'm a loony btw.
  9. Nogbad the Bad

    Have you ever noticed how much LJ looks like Buzz Lightyear?

    Euphoric of course, and not a little impressed. Going through all that agonising surgery in honour of your heart throb is one thing, but managing to perfect Baldock's simpering, smarmy grin is quite another.
  10. Publicity stunt for Spudwizzer iirc.
  11. Nogbad the Bad

    England fan detained on train to volograd

    2nd headline on the radio earlier too.
  12. Nogbad the Bad

    Former players turned fans

    The thing that interests me about this thread is not which ex-City players are seen at the ground for reunions, or doing hospitality, scouting p/t, or even getting the odd freebie, but how many ex players buy their own ST, or turn up regularly purely because they have gone on to become genuine fans of the club. Perhaps they were fans before signing for the club, or their young children/families became fans when they were players and they still go with them. I remember hearing Trevor Tainton and Andy Llewellyn fit this category of sitting (fairly) anonymously amongst ordinary supporters, and Colin Cramb has said on FB that he is a ST holder, but I wonder how many others have genuinely become regular match going fans after their careers finished for no other reason than they still love the game, and the club, and want to support the team? If a player stayed in the area after retiring, then unless they had a big fall out with the club why would they not become regular fans?
  13. Nogbad the Bad

    England fan detained on train to volograd

    The media just can't wait to have some incidents involving 'England fans' to report on, and exaggerate, even if they have to manufacture them.
  14. Got to be the robe in there surely.
  15. Oh well, they must be anticipating a very harsh Winter then.