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  1. Re: Would Rob Page make a good Cardiff City manager?

    He said post match that he had had no intention of playing Moore, and when we went down to 10 men he only eventually brought him on because his coaches told him to. He didn't want to do it.
  2. Re: Would Rob Page make a good Cardiff City manager?

    They're masquerading as a 9, but its all false!
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    Re: Working from Home.

    For someone who until lately have barely posted on here you are an offensive little git aren't you?
    Reminds me so much of another poster, or should that be posterS?
  4. Thread: No new roads

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    Re: No new roads

    Its introduction only vital when it suits them. It's vital that they improve the public transport system massively before they deny cars access to the city completely, but that doesn't suit their...
  5. Thread: No new roads

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    Re: No new roads

    You are quite right but the gas boiler in your house will be useless when there is no gas to fire it and the change to hydrogen hasn't happened because the welsh government won't do anything...
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    Re: No new roads

    I know 3 people who have either worked for or close to him, and they would agree with blue tit 100%. The words used describing him were dictatorial uninterested in opinions stubborn and the like....
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    Re: No new roads

    Expert = An ex is a has-been and a spurt is a drip under pressure. Experts generally are only interested in trying to demonstrate how clever they are. In actual real time work they are less than...
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    Re: Working from Home.

    No, I'll leave that to you.
    I disbelieve what you say about your circumstances because the change so often, I don't believe you would treat people working for you as you say you would in the event...
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    Re: No new roads

    I agree with your basic point, but you have to have some kind of quality road system to encourage enterprise to set up in these regions. Imagine company wanting to set up in south wales, they may...
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    Re: No new roads

    Definitely!! total dictator. :hehe:
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    Re: No new roads

    so are you suggesting that the poorer areas should be cut off from all the other areas so the stay at the same level of poverty?
  12. Thread: No new roads

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    No new roads

    The Welsh Government has now stopped all new road building.
    The seem determined to turn Wales into a country park or something. We'll all be riding round on Bullock carts soon, and all the...
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    Re: John Bercow defects to Labour.

    That's a plan. I never thought of that. :hehe: What coloured do you think? Red for serious, blue for humour (alleged humour and black for normal? Or would you suggest something else.
    But I'm not...
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    Re: Working from Home.

    I think that is total bullshit mate
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    Re: Cardiff sign Mark McGuinness from Arsenal

    888 is a betting site. That's all I can tell
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    Re: Working from Home.

    Of course it isn't. You know.
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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    Bugger!
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    Re: Working from Home.

    Only :fishing: :hehe:
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    Re: Working from Home.

    And there was me thinking all this time that you're a self-employed plasterer.
  20. Re: Hammering for Conservatives in Chesham and Amersham.

    Summary of the 5 May 2005 House of Commons of the United Kingdom election results
    (parties with more than one seat; not including N. Ireland)
    Party Seats Seats % Votes % Votes
    Labour...
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    Re: Boiling Water Taps ?

    So you turn the tap on with one hand, push the red button with the other hand, what do you hold the cup with?
    Or is it a device to get people closer together? I'd vote for that.
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    Re: John Bercow defects to Labour.

    Traditionally no one stands against the speaker in elections.

    From Wikipedia:
    On the resignation of Michael Martin in June 2009, Bercow stood successfully in the election to replace him as...
  23. Re: ITALY v WALES. ko 5pm

    Well done Jon. you did well to pull that one out and lay it to rest before someone brought it up to berate you.
    Nice one!! :thumbup: :hehe:
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    Re: John Bercow defects to Labour.

    I agree it does, but his continual using of 'libertarian' as an insult leads me to think his real politics are at the opposite end of the spectrum.
    He continually praises hard left wing policies...
  25. Re: Jobsworth stops Alex Ferguson parking at Wembley

    Seems like you know the chauffeur :sherlock: :hehe: :hehe:
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