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  2. Moo

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    And it was all going so well until your last sentence.
  3. Bjornebye

    War with Iran is it imminent

    It depends on the offence. Smuggling or hostile acts can be acted on right away. And if they find out beans are going on fry-ups in the galley then the naval ship can be blown up if it doesn’t drill a few missiles into the dirty bastards
  4. BeefStroganoff

    Dortmund (N) 20/7/19 Friendly

    Obvious more like.
  5. General Dryness

    Transgender stuff - what's going on?

    Some cunts always gonna take the piss. A product of the modern world, if you will.
  6. BeefStroganoff

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    This is peak Liverpool under these owners. I couldn't give a toss about the business side of things as long as we have a healthy cash flow for improving the squad. But the facts are clear - we only spend big after we sell big. Yet again it feels like a missed opportunity and I only say this because I've seen it so many times before. Theres also a weird self-congratulatory tone coming out of the Club which has never been the Club's attitude. Back in the 70's and 80's the lads were told to forget what had gone before and to get set for the next challenge - usually with a few new faces to keep everyone from getting too complacent. As for Origi - that just smacks of being cheap. We've been trying to give the lad away for two years and because of a mini flurry of crucial goals, he's now seen as the answer. And don't get me started on lallana. A good player on his day but he's hardly played for 2 years and Klopp comes out with some bullshit about him being a new signing again. And where was he last night? injured of course. I like Klopp, but I don't love Klopp. He still has moments that make no sense whatsoever.
  7. Daisy

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    The only acceptable reason for there not to be any money available is that they are going to confirm anfield road extension.
  8. General Dryness

    Have a rant thread

    Groove Armada. Or Albatross by Fleetwood Mac.
  9. kemskem

    Philippe Coutinho

    I still dream about him becoming captain and everyone singing: Cou led the Reds out Cou, Cou, Cou-Cou-Cou
  10. an tha

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    There has to be money available - haven't we just seen record revenues? If we don't spend money surely it is because Klopp thinks we don't need to, not because the money isn't there or he's been told he can't have any.
  11. AngryofTuebrook

    War with Iran is it imminent

    Serious question - who enforces the law in international waters? If a naval vessel witnesses a crime, do they have to sit back and watch the crime unfold, waiting for a court on the other side of the world to reach a decision? Or is the naval vessel authorised to intervene?
  12. Jairzinho

    Alisson Becker

    Well, not among our own fans. Fans of Atletico Madrid may beg to differ. He's clearly the best in the league. I don't think Ederson or De Gea are even close.
  13. 3 Stacks

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    I mean, this is absurd. Just taking your full back example from a prior post, you really think the reason we haven't signed a backup left back is because we couldn't even afford the 10m fee or whatever little amount that player would cost? Obviously not. He just doesn't want to sign one at the moment. His mind might change at some point, but it's not because there's no money.
  14. cloggypop

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Phil Max sounds like a porn star so I'm all in
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  16. sir roger

    Upcoming Films

    Needs that ex-Bank employee lady to throw it in the bin.
  17. Peter Cormack

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    What did you do on your holidays this year? I went to Wigan to watch Everton. It was great cos Dortmund beat the RS while we were away.
  18. sir roger

    War with Iran is it imminent

    I haven't seen anybody say that at all , I'm sure the Iranian ship was contravening regulations. What strikes me is that we have never been that bothered about rules being flouted for donkey's years , so it would take astonishing naivety to believe there is no correlation to USA's escalation in the area and us suddenly wanting to be the Straits of Hormuz policeman. Basically, I am sick of us being the fucking lapdog for USA , it's not as if we ever get anything back in return other than a pat on the head. The situation a few months ago was that everybody had a treaty with Iran , that although it was probably felt was favourable to Iran was worth the imbalance to keep the region a little bit more stable. In strides the mango-coloured cowboy with his size fives trashing the treaty for his own ends. We then have a simple question , do we stick with the rest of the world to try and get the treaty back on track , or do we do Trump's dirty work & get dragged into a very volatile situation which could easily compromise the lives of British citizens in future. Guess which way we jumped ?
  19. Juniper

    Upcoming Films

    The Cats trailer, with the music from the US trailer. It's actually an improvement. Cats looks absolutely awful. Safe to say I will never watch this film.
  20. Gnasher

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Well dont go on it then.
  21. Rico1304

    War with Iran is it imminent

    No, there’s international law. Courts can intervene. But imagine I create a law saying green ships are illegal in the uk and then board all green ships in international waters...
  22. Nelly-Torres

    Israel - A Rant

    Michael Lynk. Antisemite. https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=24817&LangID=E
  23. sir roger

    War with Iran is it imminent

    Surprise, surprise. The poodle has done well. The United States has authorised the deployment of military personnel and resources to Saudi Arabia, the Pentagon says, to provide “an additional deterrent” in the face of “emergent, credible threats” in the region. The move, agreed in conjunction with the kingdom, aims to boost regional security as tensions in the Gulf mount over Iran’s standoff with the US over sanctions and the 2015 nuclear agreement, and Tehran’s seizure of two British-linked vessels in the strait of Hormuz on Friday. Saudi Arabia’s defence ministry confirmed the deployment. “Based on mutual cooperation between Saudi Arabia and the United States of America, and their desire to enhance everything that could preserve the security of the region and its stability ... King Salman gave his approval to host American forces,” a ministry spokesman was quoted by Saudi state news agency SPA as saying. In June, the Pentagon said it would deploy 1,000 troops to the Middle East but did not say where they were going. Saudi Arabia has not hosted US forces since 2003 when they withdrew following the end of the war with Iraq. Gulf crisis: story began with UK's seizure of Iranian-flagged ship in Gibraltar Read more The US presence in Saudi Arabia lasted 12 years, starting with Operation Desert Storm in 1991, when Iraq invaded Kuwait. As many as 200 US aircraft were stationed at the Prince Sultan air base, around 80 km (50 miles) south of the capital at the peak of the Iraq war, and as many as 2,700 missions a day were handled by the headquarters in Saudi Arabia. But relations between the two countries were not always easy during the 12 years of cooperation, particularly following the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York which were orchestrated by Saudi-born al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Tensions in the Gulf increased further on Friday when Iran said it had seized two British-flagged tankers in the strait of Hormuz. Iran’s revolutionary Guard claimed to have taken the British-flagged Stena Impero into port after Iranian officials said it had infringed maritime regulations. The ship’s owners said the vessel had been “approached by unidentified small crafts and a helicopter during transit of the strait of Hormuz while the vessel was in international waters”. A second tanker, the Mesdar, which is Liberian-flagged but British operated, also made a sudden diversion from its course towards the Saudi port of Ras Tanura on Friday, and tracking data showed it moving northwards towards the Iranian coast before apparently turning off its tracking signal. Iran’s semi-official news agency, Fars, reported the ship was briefly detained in the strait of Hormuz and given a notice to comply with environmental regulations before being allowed to continue on its way. The incidents in the strait of Hormuz came as US President Donald Trump insisted that the US military had downed an Iranian drone that was threatening a US naval vessel, despite denials from Tehran.
  24. AngryofTuebrook

    War with Iran is it imminent

    So, if a vessel commits an offence in international waters nobody has the right to intervene? That's fucked up, if true.
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