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8 minutes ago, Nelly-Torres said:

That's the closest that a Barcelona crest has ever been to their pitch. The daft cunts. Imagine never having played European greats like Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Kuusysi Lahti etc!

Yeah but they have links to Barcelona because they should have played them in the 1986 European Cup final, Juventus for constantly campaigning for justice for the 39 and Real Madrid for the amazing party in the Brick last year. Not sure about Kuusyi Lahti though.

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3 hours ago, Chip Butty said:

I thought it touching that when they positioned the holy trinity statue, they had the good grace to have Kendall facing in the direction of the nearest off licence.

 

How about a Howard Kendall sundial, where it's always whiskey o'clock.

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Just pissed off the Tiramisu Bitter on faceaids who put up a few photos of the Holy Trinity statue. Told him they look fuck all like Salah, Mane and Firmino. 

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10 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Just pissed off the Tiramisu Bitter on faceaids who put up a few photos of the Holy Trinity statue. Told him they look fuck all like Salah, Mane and Firmino. 

 

Howard Kendall must be Wholly Spirits.

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Remember when they said they were rich and had photoshops of Messi in an Everton top only to end up with Ashley Williams, Davey Klassen and Sandro?. Good times.

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The equivalent of a bloke with an ugly fat bird laughing at a guy who's just be dumped by a 10/10. They are comfortable in mediocrity.

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Messi wins a free kick by running into Fabinho and scores off it. "Messi is clever and knows how to draw a foul and his team gets a 3 nil lead. Genius"

 

Fabinho wins a free kick against Newcastle and Origi scores. "Fucking baldy cheating Kopite twat, Liverpool are spawny murdering bastards"

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10 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Messi wins a free kick by running into Fabinho and scores off it. "Messi is clever and knows how to draw a foul and his team gets a 3 nil lead. Genius"

 

Fabinho wins a free kick against Newcastle and Origi scores. "Fucking baldy cheating Kopite twat, Liverpool are spawny murdering bastards"

Messi should have been sent off.

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Article on conspiracy theorists - says it all....

”As researchers, the interesting question to us is not whether these theories are right or wrong, but why so many people endorse them in the face of overwhelming evidence. We think the answer lies in human psychology.

The brain did not evolve to process information about industrial economies, terrorism or medicine, but about survival in the wild. This includes a tendency to assume that unseen predators are lurking or that coincidental events are somehow related. Conspiracy theories reflect how we intuitively understand our world and, ironically, provide emotional reassurance. They are stories with good and bad guys, conflict, resolution and other narrative elements that have a natural appeal. In short, to adherents, conspiracy theories feel like the truth.

It is this that makes them problematic. By crystallising intuitions into incontrovertible claims, they limit possibilities for public discourse. This might not be a problem if the conspiracy involves aliens. But when it comes to important issues such as gun control or vaccinations, conspiracy theories impede our ability to sustain public debate.

Thus, rather than trying to argue or reason, the first step should be to empathise. After all, whether knocking on wood or wishing someone luck, we all engage in magical thinking. Only by appreciating the emotional tug of conspiracy theories will it be possible for us to communicate in a meaningful way with our neighbours in tinfoil hats.”

 

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