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  1. Anubis

    Poverty in the UK

    Just watching that Dispatches clip I saw the tablet and mobile phone and my first thought was how many cunts out there will be pointing at them and squawking on about “we’ll if you can afford…” even though it’s a shitty tablet and a mobile phone is virtually a necessity these days, given how everything is moving online. There are so many cunts out there who think poor people should have nothing at all.
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    What's the story behind your username?

    A brave admission given the Transgender thread.
  3. Anubis

    What's the story behind your username?

    I’m the Egyptian god, Anubis.
  4. My favourite bit of his commentary was the fourth goal. As Salah tucked it away his tone was just completely flat. You could tell he was dead inside.
  5. CRapis7 is such a prick. If Ole had any balls he’d solve half his problems by fucking the preening little twat off to the U23s.
  6. Titans - Season 3 - 8/10. Nod to HBO Max for taking the show over but keeping the cast and adult tone of the series and giving us a really entertaining 13 episodes.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Being a bit harsh on me there. Although some might say fair.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Tremendous new addition to the cast of GOT. Born, not manufactured. Or one of you lot. The 'Hunt For The Top Four' thread. Boston Blue Sox Player Valuation: Free Transfer Today at 5:55 AM #1 Hi, all. An annoying yank toffee, here. I'm relatively new to following football and I'm even newer to supporting Everton. I don't have the bruises you all do; I haven't lived the anguish, I haven't experienced the heartache, and I haven't spent decades desperate to see this club win a trophy once more. In light of that, I certainly understand why you would be skeptical of anything I suggest on this forum (I sure as hell would be skeptical of any of your takes about the World Series). But I also think that new blood can be good. A new perspective can be good. Fandom that's not weighed down by the failures of the past can be good. So with that said, let me ask you all one question: can Everton really not finish in the top four this year? I started following Everton last season. Baseball was over and COVID had delayed the start of the NBA. I despise American football and I had enough English friends that I already had a working knowledge of the Premier League so I figured I'd finally dive in. Desperate for a team, I latched on to Everton for two reasons: (1) They weren't the RS. As a Red Sox fan disgusted by John Henry's ownership after the team traded its best player in generations for money, I wanted no part of the RS. Knowing that Everton was their chief rival was enough for me to be interested. And... (2) Everton looked damn good to me. This club was/is filled with exciting young players. The club was/is managed by one of the respected football minds in the world. The club was/is earning impressive results (if not mixed in with frustration). It looked like a fun club, a promising club, and I wanted in. Well, it's a year later and the club still looks promising and fun to me. And now I look at the table and I can't help but think: why not us? Yes, the Watford match was [Poor language removed] brutal. But as far as I can see, the fourth spot is wide open. United is a mess and they're about to undergo a managerial change. Spurs have a negative goal differential. Leicester, Arsenal, and Wolves look formidable but flawed. Brentford is due to fade. We've already beaten Brighton, and we could've beaten the Hammers with a full squad. I'm sure I'm a little on the naive side of the river, but I also see no reason to give up on a top four spot at this point. In fact, with United reeling and Newcastle still a couple of years away from being able to flex the financial muscles, this might be the best chance we have to slip into the Champions. And then once we're there and we get a slice of that TV money, who knows how long we can stick around? I'm sure this team is flawed in ways that I, as a football novice, still can't see quite clearly. But I can see the table pretty [Poor language removed] clearly, and it tells me that we've got a chance. Tell me I'm wrong.
  9. They also played canned applause over the shot of Keita being stretchered off, even though in reality there were few Utd fans clapping and quite a few booing him because Shithair had been red carded.
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