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  1. razor

    The Best A Man Can Be

    I have never bought a Gillette product and I never will. This is because the masculinity represented in its adverts - clean cut, safe, middle class, white American men - are exactly the people I hate. I've got news for them - they don't own masculinity. If you buy a product, you are basically buying into the message of "people like us use this product". I am not like Gillette men. I hate them. And I won't watch that advert either. It's bad enough I had to involuntarily watch them for years stuck on my television. The ones in which they have a "scientist" making the discovery that "Hey, what a break-through! What if we stuck another blade next to the others...!?" I bet Marti Pellow used Gillette.
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    Things that make you proud to be British

    Terry: Eddie, it's your turn! Eddie: I'll be there in a minute...
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I refuse to believe Genesis P Orridge is a bitter blue.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    All we are saying...
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    The Beatles

    I will play whatever you want me to. Whatever pleases you I will do.
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    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I have this book. "The demonisation of the working class - How the working class changed from being seen as the salt of the earth to being seen as the scum of the earth". Great read.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    This the phonetic record of exactly how Harry pronounces the word "thigh". The slobbering gimp. Definitely. It's all there to see. He's got everything. He can, er.... he can.... uhm, he..... Just joshing, surely?
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    Drums, drumming and songs with drums

    Speaking of funky beats, I only found out this week that JEFF BECK came up with the drum beat for Superstition by Stevie Wonder. He was playing it and Stevie ran in the studio and said, "Keep going!" and put the moog bass over the top. Well I did not know that...
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    Naby Keita

    Is he our "Fred"? When he got swatted off the ball late on for a Brighton attack, I winced. He's firmly in the "I'm sure there's more to come" basket. That basket is filed under "hope".
  10. razor

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I LOVE this lad!! Two highlights for me: His opening gambit of "Just having a look at their squad" like it was a casual glance to fill an idle hour rather than an all-consuming obsession. I would wager he knows the squad off by heart, their transfer fees, ages and various performance statistics. The second one is his repetition of being "worried" and "concerned" attempting to underplay his partisan, bitter, and jealousy-tinged opinions, viewpoints defined purely by envy.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    https://www.grandoldteam.com/forum/threads/liverpool-embarrassing-themselves-and-football-a-definitive-list.106009/page-13 Personally I think one of their most appalling episodes involves some some of their "greats" wearing T-shirts indicating that they wanted the team to lose to City. That reflects very poorly on the club. I am very confident Liverpool wouldn't do it, put it that way. The fact that in that game all but two of their players performed at a disgracefully low level is a moot point given their very limited overall ability. Probably a damning point in itself.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    ifithadntabinfortheobservablecurvatureoftheearth
  13. razor

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Yes, you remember conversations with Blues in the pub etc. I reckon it wasn't that bad because it was direct conversations. It's the age of the internet / social media. It is something that is also fuelled by phone ins, click bait articles on newspaper sites, (even the BBC website today!) and is swallowed by fans sitting at home, grouping with people with similar interests and further fuelling it in enclosed discourse. It is manifested in bitter, over the top bile that would never be said in a direct face to face conversation with another human being. That's what I always bear in mind when I read posts on here quoting other teams' websites. Evertonians I know range from sound to a bit cranky when they've had a few. None would spit bile about Heysel etc. I bet some of these quoted bluenose posters are the same. That said, I have witnessed the utterly appalling face pushes at Goodison, and heard some disgusting shouts, but they are the absolute minority.
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    Random musical chat.

    I lasted 1 min 4 seconds. The first 40 seconds of which were wondering if it was a poodle-head parody. This can be summed up in one disapproving phrase: "The 80s..." The woman's screech ended it for me. Long hair is de rigueur for metal bands and fans. Any top mettalers who avoided the uniform...? I go for Graham Bonnet. Brilliant in Rainbow, and although I thought it looked stupid because I was a little kid who thought he lacked "commitment", he clearly wins:
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