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Norbert Rassragr last won the day on June 2 2018

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  1. Norbert Rassragr

    "donald"

    You mean the drone attacks that were used in areas George Bush II had his expensive wars? You know like Iraq which became a haven for IS, those lovely guys who used the power vacuum there created by the kind of actions you are criticising Obama for? He was continuing long standing US tactics, which is wrong but don't pretend it's a new strategy he invented. And what about the role your precious Russia has had in Syria and Ukraine? The former has had barrel bombs and air strikes left right and centre against civilians, whilst the latter has been invaded, and had puppet presidents who've had their entire election campaigns directed from Moscow. Oh I forgot, this sort of thing is fine as long as if it is Trump, the Republicans, Russia or China doing it. They get a free pass on ethnic cleansing, human rights abuses and vote rigging.
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    Olivia Meets her Match

    Nope, it will only encourage them.
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    Politics

    The housing market in the Exeter/Exmouth market is quite expensive. Not London prices, but for a flat the size of a shipping container, or slightly bigger, I could rent a 2 bedroom terraced house in Coventry. It's probably the same sort of scale nowadays (I've lived in Coventry for about 10 years). The job market down there is smaller as well with fewer 'decent' jobs as the bigger companies are located in Bristol which is miles away.
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    Coventry v ROVERS

    Been in Coventry for about 4 or 5 years now. They were at Wycombe, and about 1 hour from extinction, then someone bought them and moved them to Coventry as the Ricoh was up for sale, and no stadiums in London were.
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    Coventry v ROVERS

    A very long story Exiled Rover. In short, Wasps own it after buying out the two owners (the council and a charity called the Alan Highs trust). The owners of City tried to buy one half of it using some holding/shell company that was going into receivership. Then they fell out with Wasps and refused to pay the rent when the contract was up. There's been court cases, speculative talk of other sites (e.g. the now abandoned speedway track) but nothing has ever happened.
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    Coventry v ROVERS

    Not missing that much. The Ricoh, where they used to play is near a scrap yard and a load of warehouses. And before that Highfield Road was slap bang in the middle of Hillfields, where the prozzies and drug dealers hang out.
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    Coventry v ROVERS

    I want Coventry City to do well, but I hope we win 10-0 now.
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    "donald"

    I may be wrong, but he was let off the impeachment because Mitch McConnell and the Republican senators blocked and impeded any questioning of witnesses and/or some other tricks to shut down the process. The Mueller report led to several figures close to Trump going to prison, and said there was not enough evidence, but Trump's team, and the Republicans were as in co-operative as possible, so it was not conclusive. Again, kind of acquitted but not quite. Anyway, why does it matter when you don't believe in a democratic process, human rights or scrutiny of leaders?
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    Coventry v ROVERS

    It's a must win game already, as a loss could mean another of those long winless runs that end the season.
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    Politics

    Starmer seems to be a bright man who can analyse a situation, and isn't so driven by ideology that a pragmatic solution is rejected out of hand because it doesn't fit. Corbyn had no guile, no awareness that sometimes you have to tone down your politics and play the game to achieve power. The Momentum cult also damaged Labour's chances by trying to hound out anyone who wasn't one of them, in an effort to achieve 'ideological purity'. I would rather Starmer be PM even if he is another Tony Blair type than the bumbling, useless, crass, stupid, corrupt, arrogant and disgusting shower of vermin we have in government now.
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    Brexit

    I bet Nigel will be off to live in New York, France, Germany or somewhere as soon as it goes wrong.
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    Politics

    "My parents worked 75 hours a week for 30p........." That graft is commendable, but why not say that such conditions are inhuman and wrong? Why not try and make life better for the next generation? Why should someone have to work so hard just so they can afford to exist, whilst the money goes into the hands of the likes of Phillip Green, Jeff Bezos and so on? Why must we go back to the worst of Victorian society with a few privileged families with all the money and power telling the serfs they're feckless and lazy from their sedan chairs en route to some brothel in Soho with trafficked adults and children?
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    Coronavirus

    I know I'll still be working if there is a 2nd lockdown.
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    "donald"

    Russia? Obvious joke, but he might not get extradited if he still has a hotel in Moscow, and criminal proceedings start over some issue. His Scottish golf club might be a bit risky. If he does get hammered in the election, he'll inevitably say it is fraud, or some sort of conspiracy and not that he's an unpleasant mental case who ballsed it all up.
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    Nottingham Forest Home

    Pretty much my view. The new players might provide the extra 10% needed to win games like this and Cardiff. It's annoying to lose in the last few minutes, but the season is long. Let's see how the new players fit in.
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