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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
33%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
50%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
15%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
3%
  



Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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JGW1 3:22 Sat Jul 21
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Haha nice try ... sort of why I stopped posting before the referendum. I see few things change in the evangelical certainty of belief of posters on here.

Mike Oxsaw 3:11 Sat Jul 21
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JGW1 2:57 Sat Jul 21

Let me help you:

1. (A) remainer scours the darkest corner of the internet for something that absolutely proves why the UK must (MUST) stay in the EU, and posts it up here.

2. A Brexiter (any one, they are a disparate - but not desperate - collection of individuals despite remainers trying to label them as a single entity) demolishes within 30 seconds what was posted in Step 1.

3. Remainer sulks a bit, has a hissy fit, then attacks the poster, not the post, often claiming that the words they use have attributed to them a special meaning only the intelligent can understand.

4 Go to Step 1.

As it was, as it will always be - remainers HATE any sort of change (except loose change, which can be sent to Poland, especially if it's yours, not theirs).

JGW1 2:57 Sat Jul 21
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Nearly 50k posts on the thread and I’ve struggled to read the first page and stay sane

Willtell 2:50 Sat Jul 21
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Coffee
There's a reason I name myself 'will tell'. It's because I always will tell the truth however much it hurts. Tossers don't do that! The snide posters do though....hth

Coffee 2:47 Sat Jul 21
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:-)

Tosser.

Willtell 2:45 Sat Jul 21
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Hammer and Pickle 2:05 Sat Jul 21
How can you be so right about Coffee yet so wrong on everything else? Just luck I guess?

Coffee 2:28 Sat Jul 21
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Hammer and Pickle 2:05 Sat Jul 21

Thanks.

Mike Oxsaw 2:16 Sat Jul 21
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Johnson 2:03 Sat Jul 21

Don't encourage it early - the sky's already scheduled to fall the very second after the UK leaves the EU.

If you had obtained your education from a proper university, you wouldn't need to be told that FACT.

Johnson 2:08 Sat Jul 21
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No, that’s definitely your anti-democratic mate comma, Thickle.

Coffee treats you with as much as the rest of us, that’s all.

Hammer and Pickle 2:05 Sat Jul 21
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I must say Coffee, you are probably the snidest, two-faced little invertebrate on this site by some margin.

And that takes some doing.

Johnson 2:03 Sat Jul 21
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*whistles, looks to the sky innocently*

Coffee 1:58 Sat Jul 21
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Johnson 1:56 Sat Jul 21

You do realise that is precisely an invitation to ramble further?

Johnson 1:56 Sat Jul 21
Re: EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
I don’t think I’ve ever been to Tewkesbury Thickle so I’ll have to take your word for it.

I’d like to explore this idea about Poland further please.

Given that Poland are currently receiving the second MOST amount of poncing after Greece, which is properly fucked, why do you think importing millions of Muslim refugees and economic migrants will turn you into one of the world powers?

Maybe a high level 10 step plan? I’d hate to dismiss your ramblings as that of a drunken madman so convince us you’re not please.

Coffee 1:50 Sat Jul 21
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Tewkesbury is a lovely place.

Mike Oxsaw 1:47 Sat Jul 21
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Pickled could always do what thousands of Poles have already done, and that's up sticks and decamp to the UK, where he and his family can meet more muslims than they can shake a stick at.

I suggest relocating to somewhere like Rotherham, or Bradford - that sort of area.

Hammer and Pickle 1:46 Sat Jul 21
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In your world Johnson, the perfectly sane and rational are mad.

Tewkesbury must be like Swindon or perhaps even ......

....... Clacton, but without the sea.

Johnson 1:38 Sat Jul 21
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Your post of 1.30 is the work of a madman, Thickle.

Funny though.

Mike Oxsaw 1:37 Sat Jul 21
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In the real world, the result would be a Poxit, which sounds like it has already happened in 2 of the 3 donor nations of the EU..

Hammer and Pickle 1:33 Sat Jul 21
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Or rather, they would certainly get the vote of the Brexiter nutjobs.

Hammer and Pickle 1:30 Sat Jul 21
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Poland lost approximately 6 million civilians in the Second World War of which around half were from one specific ethnic minority. If it had politicians with an ounce of vision and awareness it would receive half the 2015 migrant wave without breaking stride and be in the very top three in the European political league today as a major world player. Instead it has cowards and shysters fucking up its legal system to please arseholes who are frightened of Muslims they have never even met. The Brexiter nutjubs on this site would certainly get their vote.

Mike Oxsaw 1:08 Sat Jul 21
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If they are NOT a burden, then I'm sure Poland will be more than happy to accommodate them all - starting first thing Monday morning.

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