WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



terry-h 8:37 Wed Sep 7
Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Can someone please tell those two cunts Harold and Markle to stop trying to upset her and fuck off back to California instead of prancing about Europe this week.
I thought they wanted privacy.

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Side of Ham 3:56 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Surely Svender spent it in Walkabout practicing his bestest Fauxstralian accent in preparation for his retirement return there.......

Lee Trundle 3:49 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
What did you do on Monday for your day of skiving, Sven?

My bet is that you were glued to your TV set for the funeral, but we both know you'll never admit to it.

Sven Roeder 3:42 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
The King decreed a further 7 days of mourning (aka SKIVING) for the Royal Family so not done yet

Any figures on viewers in ENGLAND of the Euro Final v the Queen Final?
Can imagine a lot of Scots, Welsh & NI dodged the Euros because they didnt want to watch England maybe win something.

13 Brentford Rd 2:59 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
I heard the women's Euro final attracted 10 billion viewers...

Mr Kenzo 11:22 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Time to lock this thread, 10 days of mourning is over now, lets get back to normal

Northern Sold 11:20 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
https://www.theguardian.com/media/2021/jul/12/euro-2020-final-attracts-estimated-31-million-tv-audience-in-uk-diana-funeral

Euro Final 31m

https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a41298571/queen-funeral-viewers-ratings/

Queens funeral 37.5 m

Close but no cigar my fine Republican Anti Monarchist friend...

legrandefromage 10:07 Wed Sep 21
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Fewer UK viewers than the Euro 2020 final then. Less that half the population

Northern Sold 1:08 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
What’s your daily paper of choice kenzo son?? I’ll see if there is an article in there as well…. Honestly I have never known so many paper snobs in one place…

Mr Kenzo 12:55 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
The Good old Daily Mail

Northern Sold 12:50 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Couple of superb pieces...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11228783/Not-Queen-imagined-occasion-rich-music-beauty.html

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-11228625/Sarah-Vine-Suddenly-country-wavelength-incredible-legacy.html

ted fenton 11:03 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Too Much Too Young 8:02 Mon Sep 19
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III

A day of extraordinary magnificence.

Your post say's it all TMTY

Auntie Thermite 10:03 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Anyway
Let's hope Charles only continues her great work...

Auntie Thermite 10:02 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
On the ball, 14 hours eh?

Bwahahahaha, the funniest part is she held you in more contempt than I or any other sentient being would.

Auntie Thermite 10:01 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Probably just a simple self-evident statement of fact, classed as a wild conspiracy theory by those who depend on medical intervention to stop them from being all sad face.

On The Ball 10:00 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Side of Ham 9:52 Tue Sep 20

*other people's views

Northern Sold 9:59 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Has anyone actually ever looked at a link that Golden Oldie has put up in here?? Nope.... thought so.... what a fucking loon.

Auntie Thermite 9:54 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Just need one of your empty epithets that massages your own childlike delusions to top it off there coffee.

Side of hamed
Yeah imagine being so completely in control of your own emotions and thoughts that you aren't entirely governed by the latest BBC news editorial into a kneejerk panicked response to lock up your grandma.

Side of Ham 9:52 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
I’ve never seen anyone conrolled so much by their views as Auntie Thermos…..

Coffee 9:46 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Auntie Thermite 9:27 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Can't wait to see what ol Charlie has got in store for the serfs, if the last 70 years is anything to go by, and things continue as they are, there is no future for any one of those who took time out to pay their respects yesterday.

https://www.voanews.com/a/175311/p2.html

Mike Oxsaw 6:35 Tue Sep 20
Re: Her Majesty died today. 1926 - 2022. God save the King Charles III
Well, that's another true bit of history we have all lived through, whether we like it or not. Coronation to follow with more of the same.

Given that all monarchs receive the same, I suspect any celebration/respect involved is more for the continuity of the monarchy rather than the post-holder, obliged, as he/she is to follow a fairly strict set of rules & conventions for the duration.

I've not had a bad life, living under a monarch and with a little more effort on MY part could have made it several degrees better.

I've seen no evidence that - at my level in society - that life would be/have been any different were the UK a Republic.

If it ain't broke, don't try and "fix" it; concentrate your efforts on improving stuff that can be improved, bringing real benefits to fruition.

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