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    Anon reacted to 86 points in The Politics Thread 2019   
    I hardly think it's likely that the EU control your 'fiances' (sic) mate. Did they run off with Greek waiters or summat? Perhaps they were just not that into you? 
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    Anon got a reaction from i-Ram in Boro trying to sue us...   
    Apparently these bassless accusations stem from Adam Clayton.
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    Anon got a reaction from BramcoteRam84 in Boro trying to sue us...   
    I don't always agree with what Jordan has to say, but it's very interesting to have input from someone other than a former player, manager, or sports journalist. I think Jordan is very smart, but he's an arrogant git who certainly isn't afraid of giving his opinion. Perfect for talk radio really.
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    Anon reacted to BramcoteRam84 in Boro trying to sue us...   
    It’s beyond belief the levels Boro are stooping to here. Fact is whatever the FFP status their budget dwarfed ours and they failed miserably. Paying £15m for assombalonga and giving him £60k per week wages didn’t work!! 
    Leeds - well it’s in keeping with all their actions in the past 60 years!! I usually think Simon Jordan is an idiot but he was brilliant on talksport the other day. When Sam Matterface hit him with the Derby FFP question and mentioned Leeds were complaining about it, he said it was a legitimate option open to Derby and Mel Morris to do this and the Leeds chairman should be more busy questioning why his manager who they pay £4m a year didn’t get them promoted!! He also said Mel Morris is one of the best chairmen around and deserves promotion to the premier league.
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    Anon reacted to LauraH in Boro trying to sue us...   
    Poor Colin will be reading this wondering what he's done wrong. 
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    Anon got a reaction from maydrakin in 19/20 New Kits Thread   
    Am I the only one who finds this template thing massively disrespectful? These are huge companies with enormous design budgets and they can only be bothered to produce about three unique designs per season.
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    Anon reacted to ronnieronalde in John Terry: Aston Villa assistant and former Chelsea captain in talks to become new Middlesbrough manager   
    I know you weren't really that interested but I'm a storyteller and my story must be told.
    Carrying on quick 'cos I forgot to mention it. 
    She asked me to go swimming with her and I was such a poor swimmer I had to come up with a reason why I couldn't dive like Greg Louganis.
    I told her I was traumatised as kid when I was 10 and my little kitten fell into the pool. I had to jump in fully clothed to try and rescue it. After a struggle I managed to get him up on the side of the pool. I told her I gave him the kiss of life and he started breathing again, He went on to live a long and happy life, fathering litter after litter. Since then I've been too sad to dive into a pool again.
    "why would you be sad? You saved that little kittens life, you're a hero"
    Yeah but I forgot I had my baby hamster in my jeans pocket at the time 😞 😢
    I couldn't rely on looks alone that's for sure 😉
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    Anon reacted to SaffyRam in Sky sports 10pm   
    Linky thing
    https://www.sky.com/watch/title/series/93ffd385-8885-436a-82b6-f8480f01d8be/premier-league-world-93ffd385-8885-436a-82b6-f8480f01d8be/episodes/season-0/episode-2
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    Anon got a reaction from Steve How Hard? in Tom Lawrence bereaved   
    I know that we have several people on this forum who unfortunately lost their parents at even younger ages than Tom, but 25 still seems shockingly young to have to go through something like that. It shows great strength of character from him to continue playing.
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    Anon got a reaction from StivePesley in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon reacted to Needless in The Politics Thread 2019   
    Yes Stive. Everything is the fault of right wingers. Even the actions of left wingers.  🙄
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    Anon got a reaction from Paul71 in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon got a reaction from jimbo jones in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon got a reaction from Indyram in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon got a reaction from GenBr in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon got a reaction from ronnieronalde in UEFA, you really have dropped one this time   
    Football is no different to any other business and so they've realised that parroting various social justice talking points is a great source of free advertising. That's why we end up with ludicrous situations where FIFA tells everyone to put rainbow laces in their boots to encourage acceptance, whilst handing the world cup to a country where you'll be imprisoned for kissing your partner if you happen to be gay. The people that run these organisations are the worst mixture of avarice and cowardice.
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    Anon got a reaction from 86 points in Tom Lawrence bereaved   
    I know that we have several people on this forum who unfortunately lost their parents at even younger ages than Tom, but 25 still seems shockingly young to have to go through something like that. It shows great strength of character from him to continue playing.
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    Anon got a reaction from CHCDerby in Tom Lawrence bereaved   
    I know that we have several people on this forum who unfortunately lost their parents at even younger ages than Tom, but 25 still seems shockingly young to have to go through something like that. It shows great strength of character from him to continue playing.
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    Anon got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    The absolute state of that merch stand....
     - A Leeds fedora for neckbeards who aren't quite enough of an embarrassment to humanity already.
     - A Harry Potter Leeds scarf for people with a reading age of 12 and an emotional age to match.
    - A Leeds scarf featuring a bird with a hair lip with her tits out for only the classiest gentlemen.
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    Anon reacted to Anna in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    I've said 10 Hail Cloughs and let's pretend I didn't ask this question, okay!?
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    Anon got a reaction from i-Ram in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    The absolute state of that merch stand....
     - A Leeds fedora for neckbeards who aren't quite enough of an embarrassment to humanity already.
     - A Harry Potter Leeds scarf for people with a reading age of 12 and an emotional age to match.
    - A Leeds scarf featuring a bird with a hair lip with her tits out for only the classiest gentlemen.
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    Anon got a reaction from Andicis in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    Regardless of the context, you'll have something bearing the name and logo of Dirty Leeds in your house. Now you might be renting, or might not care about the value of your property, but I doubt your neighbours will be too pleased when house prices in the area take a nosedive due to the presence of such an unholy relic.
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    Anon got a reaction from Daaave in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    The absolute state of that merch stand....
     - A Leeds fedora for neckbeards who aren't quite enough of an embarrassment to humanity already.
     - A Harry Potter Leeds scarf for people with a reading age of 12 and an emotional age to match.
    - A Leeds scarf featuring a bird with a hair lip with her tits out for only the classiest gentlemen.
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    Anon got a reaction from ThePrisoner in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    The absolute state of that merch stand....
     - A Leeds fedora for neckbeards who aren't quite enough of an embarrassment to humanity already.
     - A Harry Potter Leeds scarf for people with a reading age of 12 and an emotional age to match.
    - A Leeds scarf featuring a bird with a hair lip with her tits out for only the classiest gentlemen.
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    Anon got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in Where can I get a Derby/Leeds play-off scarf?   
    The absolute state of that merch stand....
     - A Leeds fedora for neckbeards who aren't quite enough of an embarrassment to humanity already.
     - A Harry Potter Leeds scarf for people with a reading age of 12 and an emotional age to match.
    - A Leeds scarf featuring a bird with a hair lip with her tits out for only the classiest gentlemen.
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