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2 hours ago, Anubis said:

There are no words. Imagine keeping track of this, let alone starting a thread on it.

 

https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/nine-years-ago-today.108374/

That's a bit of a rarity - it shows a reasonable level of self-awareness (about how poo Everton are) and a lack of knowledge of Liverpool's history (including 3 incorrect statements about the timings of the sackings of our managers).

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I think the comment regarding them celebrating like they'd won the European Cup because they won their first derby in 7 years back in the late 1970s sums up how small time they have always been.

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48 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I think the comment regarding them celebrating like they'd won the European Cup because they won their first derby in 7 years back in the late 1970s sums up how small time they have always been.

You mock, but look what they won!

 

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3 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

That's a bit of a rarity - it shows a reasonable level of self-awareness (about how poo Everton are) and a lack of knowledge of Liverpool's history (including 3 incorrect statements about the timings of the sackings of our managers).

Sorry, AoT, I think I'd have to take an Evertonian's knowledge of Liverpool over yours, any day!

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Studying a Health Science module on global health trends and infectious diseases is part of it.

 

Never heard the definition of infectious diseases naturally transmitted from animals to humans as 'Zoonoses' before. Apparently a common example is rabies. 

 

As it writes itself I'll just leave that there.

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1 hour ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Studying a Health Science module on global health trends and infectious diseases is part of it.

 

Never heard the definition of infectious diseases naturally transmitted from animals to humans as 'Zoonoses' before. Apparently a common example is rabies. 

 

As it writes itself I'll just leave that there.

 

"I thought you said your deurg doesn't bite!"

 

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Nil Clouseau Nisi Panther.

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4 hours ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

Sorry, AoT, I think I'd have to take an Evertonian's knowledge of Liverpool over yours, any day!

Haha, funny and true

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The weirdos are over there moaning about city’s Christmas fixture pile up and them only having 48 hours between games and saying it’s fixed for us to win. Not a murmur from them that we had exactly the same last year. I think klopp even mentioned it and he called a moaner and to get on with it. They’re fucking nuts. 

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31 minutes ago, Angie81 said:

The weirdos are over there moaning about city’s Christmas fixture pile up and them only having 48 hours between games and saying it’s fixed for us to win. Not a murmur from them that we had exactly the same last year. I think klopp even mentioned it and he called a moaner and to get on with it. They’re fucking nuts. 

Obviously they've take the CWC into account when talking of congestion...

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1 hour ago, Angie81 said:

The weirdos are over there moaning about city’s Christmas fixture pile up and them only having 48 hours between games and saying it’s fixed for us to win. Not a murmur from them that we had exactly the same last year. I think klopp even mentioned it and he called a moaner and to get on with it. They’re fucking nuts. 

What the fuck are they arsed for the little weirdos. 

 

Not to mention we have to fly off to play in the World club games.

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1 minute ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Never noticed this before but they have a jarg Jules Rimet trophy next to the cuckoo clock.

 

 

Thats a netball runners up trophy. 

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24 minutes ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Never noticed this before but they have a jarg Jules Rimet trophy next to the cuckoo clock.

 

 

Probably a copy given to all venues that held games in the 1966 World Cup

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3 hours ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Never noticed this before but they have a jarg Jules Rimet trophy next to the cuckoo clock.

You don't need to win the World Cup to have the etc

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4 hours ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Never noticed this before but they have a jarg Jules Rimet trophy next to the cuckoo clock.

 

 

You say it's jarg, but the original was nicked a few years ago and has never been found, so, you never know.

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I see they have another clock - directly above his head. And next but one to the left (as you look at it) is a model of the troglodyte from Sinbad & The Eye Of The Tiger. A curious collection in full.

 

 

x-plus-chess-piece-series-5-troglodyte-s

 

 

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2 hours ago, Anubis said:

I see they have another clock - directly above his head. And next but one to the left (as you look at it) is a model of the troglodyte from Sinbad & The Eye Of The Tiger. A curious collection in full.

 

 

x-plus-chess-piece-series-5-troglodyte-s

 

 

Only winners have the eye of the tiger,and the legs of a drunk.

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In the silver plate on the bottom shelf is the ghostly face of a small Indian boy. 

He's known by Goodison staff near the long forgotten trophy room as 'the slumdog of war'

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