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  1. [quote user="WeAreYellows49"][quote user="South West Canary"] This seems to happen nearly every other game, but is anyone having problems with canary player? In the past there have been a few times where commentary has cut out, but there isn''t even a play option on my account at the moment. Has really been worth the money so far...   [/quote] Used to do that to me when I had a really poor internet speed, maybe it could be that. [/quote] I used to always have trouble until i stopped using internet explorer, and changed to firefox
  2. Also, enjoyed the interview, but why didn''t you ask the ''fat Annie Lennox'' question?
  3. Are we not getting a review for the QPR game? Have been looking...........
  4. Did the interview with Ash today, will try and have it up before Friday,I''m sure you''ll all enjoy it,great bloke with some honest answers. Hucks   Hi Hucks, Its Friday..........., where is it?
  5. sorry, should have added, if they are going that way!
  6. Having driven club cabbage coaches a few years ago, I can confim that coaches stop wherever the drivers get free food (ie the farm shop on A17)
  7. his gardener is arther whittle???   No wait, thats sh!tting bull
  8. also, just a thought. As a student, will your political views change if you land a £100,000 pa  job?
  9. [quote user="John"][quote user="essex canary"]I was pleased to see young Ed get in and finally see (hopefully ) the end of a rightwing labour party. My parents and I all voted for him so we are happy although I can understand your concerns. Here is hoping to a better future, it can''t after all get much worse[/quote] Tell me about it. The close proximity David enjoyed amongst the key figures in New Labour clearly showed how he had been nurtured for the role. The staggeringly disproportionate backing he received in the build-up to the Labour leadership candidacy only served to emphasise his role as part of a cog in the New Labour machine, and the reaction of both Harman and David was of great personal enjoyment to me, and one i''ll certainly be savouring. I think voters both left, for all the improvements we believe we''ve seen during their tenure, perhaps most notably in an economic sense, and right, for all the abysmal faults they believe they''ve seen, perhaps also most notably in an economic sense, can find some common ground in the fact that Labour over the past 13 years has been one that is both deceptive and dishonest to it''s routes. A bit of a dirty affair in a lot of respects. And alongside the mistaken perception that the Lib Dems stand as the most outwardly left major party (prior to now one would assume), the integrity of left wing politics has been on a major decline ever since. This is while the majority of the nation still seemingly persevere, and align themselves on that side of the barrier of politics. The mission Ed is on is to be the one to cast the net over middle England, whilst acquiring his stance as the beacon for centre-left politics in drawing the crowds in, with the kind of dignity that has distinctly been lacking in the newest generations of the 3 major parties. In my mind, if he were to be successful in doing so, it would hail a new era in British politics, and at that a positive one, rather than the continuation as another branch of ''Blairite'' politics. Though i''m not counting on it. And as a student, i''m a little desperate to keep the Tories away from so much as an ounce of power. Not that it''ll matter in ''5'' bloody years time. Mind you, to quote an old senile woman the beeb decided to interview in the aftermath of the elected leader of the opposition, "if he can baaackstab his own brutherrr, there ain''t no tellin what he could do". Scary stuff. Scary stuff indeed. [/quote] Was about to get on my soap box until I read that again! Good intelligent post. Like I said, Here''s hoping........
  10. [quote user="pennywise "][quote user="Mr. Chops"][quote user="Shyster"][quote user="Bobert"][quote user="GJL Mid-Norfolk Canary"] This is just brilliant.  I''ve despised Liverpool for 30 years of watching football for one reason or another and to see them in this position is fantastic. For the first time in my lifetime I can ,with certainty, finally be able to say that Liverpool are genuinely a sh!te team!!! brilliant. [/quote] I remember Liverpool being in the second division of the Football League and its the fans you have to feel sorry for. Its sad really as there is not a lot going for Merseyside except their humour and the football clubs. The days of cotton and slaves that brought prosperity are long gone. They should never have knocked down the terraced houses and built the vast Council House Estates.[/quote] They had to build vast council estates to accommodate the huge increase in population caused by fathers & sons shagging their daughters & sisters respectively. [/quote] Says the Norwich City fan! They actually built large council estates after Liverpool was extensively bombed by the Luftwaffe, being a pivotal port and manufacturing industry and Britain''s then second largest city.  Fast forward forty years and the Tories achieved what the Luftwaffe couldn''t by ripping the heart out of the manufacturing industry, causing widespread unemployment and the associated rises in crime and social disadvantage that being raped by Thatcher''s rabid free market economic "philosophy" brought to many northern towns. [/quote] no sympathy here .. as far as i''m concerned  the luftwaffe  should have tried harder  [:D] [/quote] I realise thats supposed to be funny, but to be honest its quite sick
  11. I was pleased to see young Ed get in and finally see (hopefully ) the end of a rightwing labour party. My parents and I all voted for him so we are happy although I can understand your concerns. Here is hoping to a better future, it can''t after all get much worse
  12. hi hucks, when are you doing the dean ashton interview? am looking forward to  that. also, have you contacted roeder for interview???
  13. [quote user="Mr. Chops"][quote user="Shyster"][quote user="Bobert"][quote user="GJL Mid-Norfolk Canary"] This is just brilliant.  I''ve despised Liverpool for 30 years of watching football for one reason or another and to see them in this position is fantastic. For the first time in my lifetime I can ,with certainty, finally be able to say that Liverpool are genuinely a sh!te team!!! brilliant. [/quote] I remember Liverpool being in the second division of the Football League and its the fans you have to feel sorry for. Its sad really as there is not a lot going for Merseyside except their humour and the football clubs. The days of cotton and slaves that brought prosperity are long gone. They should never have knocked down the terraced houses and built the vast Council House Estates.[/quote] They had to build vast council estates to accommodate the huge increase in population caused by fathers & sons shagging their daughters & sisters respectively. [/quote] Says the Norwich City fan! They actually built large council estates after Liverpool was extensively bombed by the Luftwaffe, being a pivotal port and manufacturing industry and Britain''s then second largest city.  Fast forward forty years and the Tories achieved what the Luftwaffe couldn''t by ripping the heart out of the manufacturing industry, causing widespread unemployment and the associated rises in crime and social disadvantage that being raped by Thatcher''s rabid free market economic "philosophy" brought to many northern towns. [/quote]   Very very good post Mr. C. Impressed. Are you happy with young Edd???
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