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  1. TheGoogler

    Exceptional hardship....

    Seems this forum doesn''t like Safari either.

    Shyster: Actually, I would suggest you swap names with "Pinkun Role Model". The irony would be far greater.

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    Exceptional hardship....

    [quote user="Chip20"][quote user="TheGoogler"]As a criminal defence solicitor myself, Canarydan, I take great exception to that.

    You, I''m sure, wouldn''t know the difficulty of mounting a defence against improper charges against you as I''m sure you''ve never done anything wrong. We don''t lack "moral fibre", we don''t intend to keep killers off the street or "bereaved families starved of justice", we do a job and help ensure that the justice system is as fair as it can be.

    It''s one thing criticising the courts for allowing such arguments to be successful; it''s another thing entirely to criticise a man I bet you''ve never met before just because he''s doing his job. Grow up.[/quote]In what way is Canarydan''s expression of opinion not grown up? I''ll bet there have been plenty of times during your adult life where you have criticised politicians for their actions, despite not being one yourself. How is this any different?[/quote]

    The difference is quite simple. If I choose to criticise politicians for their actions, I criticise their actions, not question their intentions by saying they lack "moral fibre" and purport they seek to deprive victims of justice. That''s offensive, pure and simple.
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    Exceptional hardship....

    [quote user="Chip20"][quote user="TheGoogler"]As a criminal defence solicitor myself, Canarydan, I take great exception to that.

    You, I''m sure, wouldn''t know the difficulty of mounting a defence against improper charges against you as I''m sure you''ve never done anything wrong. We don''t lack "moral fibre", we don''t intend to keep killers off the street or "bereaved families starved of justice", we do a job and help ensure that the justice system is as fair as it can be.

    It''s one thing criticising the courts for allowing such arguments to be successful; it''s another thing entirely to criticise a man I bet you''ve never met before just because he''s doing his job. Grow up.[/quote]In what way is Canarydan''s expression of opinion not grown up? I''ll bet there have been plenty of times during your adult life where you have criticised politicians for their actions, despite not being one yourself. How is this any different?[/quote]

    The difference is quite simple. If I choose to criticise politicians for their actions, I criticise their actions, not question their intentions by saying they lack "moral fibre" and purport they seek to deprive victims of justice. That''s offensive, pure and simple.
  4. TheGoogler

    Exceptional hardship....

    [quote user="canarydan23"]He was being given legal advice from a man, and I use the term loosely, who appears to have little by way of moral fibre. A man who seems to rank keeping killers on the street and bereaved families starved of justice as a success. It doesn''t surprise me in the slightest that Simon Nicholls also involves himself with getting millionaires off speeding bans on the grounds of "exceptional hardship".[/quote]

    As a criminal defence solicitor myself, Canarydan, I take great exception to that.

    You, I''m sure, wouldn''t know the difficulty of mounting a defence against improper charges against you as I''m sure you''ve never done anything wrong. We don''t lack "moral fibre", we don''t intend to keep killers off the street or "bereaved families starved of justice", we do a job and help ensure that the justice system is as fair as it can be.

    It''s one thing criticising the courts for allowing such arguments to be successful; it''s another thing entirely to criticise a man I bet you''ve never met before just because he''s doing his job. Grow up.
  5. Vote for Lambert, now!

    http://www.sigames.com/news/14096/Nominate+your+Outstanding+Managerial+Achievement
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    Who am I ?

    [quote user="Gingerpele"]Culverhouse....[/quote]

    +1
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    Wilbraham

    I''d have him in the side ahead of Chrissy Martin. I know Chrissy is popular, but I think Wilbrahimovic brings  more to the team than Martin does.
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    Neil Adams Replacement?

    Paul McSmall would be a great choice. As would Dion Dublin or big Iwan Roberts.
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    Crystal Palace Match Chat

    We beat Wigan 3-2 and then lost to Colchester 7-1. Pre-season means nothing.
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    Crystal Palace Match Chat

    [quote user="norfolkbroadslim"]sheit 1-0 palarse, it''s going to be a long long season[/quote]Oh give it a fucking rest.
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    Missing - Presumed Sold?

    Actually I think we''ll have a better idea when we find out who''s off to Germany, I suspect those left behind are left behind to find new clubs.
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    Defender

    [quote user="Crofts Number 1 Wizard"][quote user="TheGoogler"]Not entirely sure Matthew Upson is the answer but I agree a defender is needed. I wonder if Sir Alex could be persuaded to also lend us Chris Smalling. I think Ferdinand, Vidic, Jones and Johnny Evans will all be ahead of him in the first team and I think he could do a very good job for us.[/quote]Smalling? He was there first choice centre half after Ferdinand and Vidic and Evans can''t get anywhere near the team. Do your research mate.[/quote]Christ, how sanctimonius are you! This is an internet forum, not an essay - I tend not to do research before every post. All credit to you if you have the time/inclination to do so. I have better things to do.Getting back on track, I happen to think Smalling could be available in the right circumstances. There''s no doubt in my mind as a developing player, Ferguson may want him playing regularly somewhere. I''m not saying it would definitely happen. I''m saying there''s no harm in asking.
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    New cheesy Grant Holt Chant?

    Love the banner idea. The song''s not bad too.
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    1st XI and 7 subs ,as it stands?........

    [quote user="Barnett is King"][quote user="AJ Wizard"]Interesting to see how many people are overlooking Fox at the base of the diamond - his range of passing will be crucial in the prem![/quote]I''d agree AJ. I''m not anti Johnson but why should he waltz in and take a place? [/quote]Because ultimately, Fox offers a cultured playmaker but not the protection the back four will require on occasion. I can see Fox playing against the Wigans of the word, but not the Manchester Utds where we''ll need more protection and fight.
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    Croft vs Pilkington

    Lee Croft was bought by Worthington, not Roeder. Roeder actually was the one who forced him into shape and did him a favour.
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