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  1. Yellow Fever

    *****Official match thread v Saints*****

    This I totally agree with. If last year we painted the away dressing room pink to make them play like fairies then a grey strip is just depressing.... and so is our football. Fine margins yes but dump it we must. We played better in bright red!
  2. Yellow Fever

    *****Official match thread v Saints*****

    We looked better second half but need the creativity that Emi provided too late in the game. I'm not sure Cantwell provides that.
  3. Yellow Fever

    *****Official match thread v Saints*****

    Vrancic and EMI on half time. We can't lose this one. They have something to prove.
  4. Yellow Fever

    *****Official match thread v Saints*****

    I'm going to say it. Too many years ago I saw us go down 4:0 at the old Dell. Karma is a b***ch. Let's win 4:0 and Everton lose at Anfield 4:0. Out of the bottom three.
  5. Yellow Fever

    *****Official match thread v Saints*****

    Not a must win yet - but certainly a mustn't lose !
  6. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    I just find those that make casual anti-semitic comments about Corbyn should take a long hard look at themselves in the mirror. Anti-semitism is and was rife in Europe for centuries stemming from blaming the 'Jews' for the death of Christ (himself most certainly a Jew). It's been a long road since not helped today by conflation of criticism of the State of Israel and being anti-Jewish. Idiot people on both sides of that argument aren't beyond point scoring where no 'racism' was intended. Good, bad and sad people everywhere.
  7. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Keep going - its getting funnier and ever sadder. I don't want your comments removed - the disinfectant of public scrutiny is far more effective. Most of us know that the 'Socialist' in German National Socialist Party was nothing of the sort. Same as 'Democratic' as in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea does not make it Democratic (or the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) for that matter) Given your previous comments or 'epic fails' as somebody put it that's probably news to you - go and check it out! By the way - Has Corbyn personally made an anti-semitic comment ? Not that I'm actually aware of (that would be a gift to the rags). There are (or where) lots of people in the Labour party who have indeed made such comments and equally in other parties. The complaint against Corbyn seems to be he has not acted quickly or swiftly enough to get on top of it. Much the same could be made about Johnson's grubby comments and the Tories vs Islamophobia (and a few anti-semites there too).
  8. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Let's leave RTB comments up there for all to see. It show's how slippery the slope is back to his gutter. What will he come up with next? It's a warning to us all of how to go back to the 1930s. I know it's a knee-jerk response devoid of all intelligence or thought and worse attempts to smear anybody who doesn't agree with his very own interpretation of 'British' as somehow complicit in the acts of an evil and deranged man who the police correctly dispatched to oblivion in the circumstances.
  9. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    I'm Norwich South but same as you I'm not a Corbyn Labour fan. That said I don't want the Tories in by accident. Quite why some on here seem to think that anybody who doesn't believe in Brexit must be a Corbynista is beyond me. Tactical voting.
  10. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Comedy Gold is RTB. Some mothers do have them! Its not even difficult to look up !
  11. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Sounds exactly like the fact free Leavers to me. No the NHS is not for sale but the USA clearly wants a more market driven access to sell drugs at better more normal pricing. Same as agriculture. That's what a US trade deal is about from the US perspective. You dont have to believe in Corbyn for this to still be true.
  12. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    That comment is I think well beneath you Ricardo. I know you're a lot better than that.
  13. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Agreed. That's why I get angry about the smear tactics used on him by lesser folk. He is honest - too honest - hence he can never answer a simple yes or no with the clarity required - and hence has never learnt the art of being a politician or making difficult decisions & finds excuses for 'bad' peoples behaviour. He's just an idealistic protestor. Always has been and sadly I suspect always will be . A missed opportunity. Contrast with Blair (yes I know the Momentum lot can't stand Blair) but he did WIN three consecutive elections and implemented quite a lot of Labour policy at the time. Sure it went wrong in Iraq but it went right in Kosovo and Sierra Leone. 9/11 & Afghanistan was an issue nobody could dodge.
  14. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    Yes Boris is all of that - and with almost any other Labour leader - same policies except Corbyn - Labour would win by a country mile. It's doubts about Corbyn when it comes to defence - taking morally difficult but decisive decisions. His blame anybody else other than Russia over Skripal at first until he was dragged reluctantly to the same conclusion. It's an anti-West bias (a leftover from the 1970s). Even today we have him skewered on NATO - can't 'just say it's been an excellent alliance. That's why he's hopeless.
  15. Yellow Fever

    The Brexit Thread

    The issue though is that nearly all pensioners vote - youngsters not so much and also less stable as to location. That said - all the polls try to take these effects into accounts and modify their raw data accordingly - and that's why an unexpected 'Youth Quake' could easily make mockery of existing predictions. The polls are just polls and are best read as trends.
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