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  1. viRdjil

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I’ll raise you....
  2. viRdjil

    Intellectual Dark Web

    I understand them, I just disagree with them. You keep ignoring the fact that they were specifically talking “sexual harassment” for some reason. I don’t see how “chatting up a girl at a club” has anything to do with it. You go to a club, get a few of pints in, then switch to G&T, hit the df, decide whether you want to get high or get laid, if the latter, approach a girl who returns your smile, engage her in a convo, if she doesn’t seem interested, move on. If it’s 3 am, and still no luck, drag your mates back to the flat for some beak and Pro Evo sesh until the sun’s up. Done. It’s really not difficult not to commit sexual harassment. Parklife!
  3. viRdjil

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47779783 Hundreds of current Labour MPs voted for Common Market 2.0?
  4. viRdjil

    Intellectual Dark Web

    Chatting someone up at a night club is not sexual harassment. Following said girl around the club, whilst refusing to take no as an answer would be widely seen as harassment. Not sure where you get this sexualised atmosphere business. He was very precise in his interview. Fast-forward to 9m:28s, he said he truly believes that a ‘serious’ woman who doesn’t want to be objected to sexual harassment at work, is being hypocritical if she turns up to work wears make-up. “I don’t see how you could not think that”. It’s disgusting backward stuff.
  5. viRdjil

    Other Football - 2019/20

    Come off it, xenophobia my arse. I dislike Spain NT for the same reason as to why I hate the likes of PSG, Barcelona, Napoli, etc. I like football played fairly and sportingly.
  6. viRdjil

    Other Football - 2019/20

    Spain are down 1-0, suck shit cunts.
  7. viRdjil

    New International Draft - Rules & Selection Thread

    John 102 1. Messi (Argentina) 2. Manolas (Greece) 3. Eriksen (Denmark) 4. Finnan (Eire) 5. Cannavaro (Italy) 6. Cole (England) 7. Sammer (Germany) .  . . .  MegadriveMan  1. Ronaldo (Brazil/Argentina) 2. Samuel Etoo (African)  3. Petr Čech (Croatia/Poland/Czech Republic) 4. Nuri Şahin (Turkey etc) 5. John Arne Riise (Sweden/Denmark/Norway) 6. Paolo Montero (Uruguay etc) 7. Paolo Maldini (Italy)  8. Xabi Alonso (Spain) 9. Patrick Vieira (France) 10. 11. Alex_K 1. Roy Keane (Eire) 2. Sadio Mane (African)  3. Virgil van Dijk (Holland/Italy) 4. Luka Modric (Croatia)  5. Diego Godin (Uruguay) 6. Luis Figo (Portugal) 7. Ronaldinho (Brazil) 8. Manuel Neuer (Germany)  9. Alan Shearer (England) . .  viRdjil 1. C Ronaldo (Portugal) 2. Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly (African) 3. Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgaria)  4. Paul Lambert (Scotland) 5. Lilian Thuram (France)  6. Ivan Córdoba (Colombia) 7. Fernando Redondo (Argentina) 8. Jaap Stam (Netherlands) 9. Marek Jankulovski (Czech Rep)  . .  Lee 1. Luis Suarez (Uruguay) 2. Gheorghe Popescu (Romania)  3. Zvonimir Boban (Croatia) 4. Kalidou Koulibaly (Africa) 5. Seamus Coleman (Eire) 6. Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark) 7. Phillip Lahm (Germany)  8. Manuel Rui Costa(Portugal) 9. Andrea Pirlo (Italy) . .  Dynamite 1. Steven Gerrard (England) 2. Xavi (Spain) 3. Robert Lewandowski (Poland) 4. Alessandro Nesta (Italy) 5. Arda Turan (Turkey) 6. Thomas Helveg (Denmark) 7. Alexis Sanchez (Chile) 8. John Collins (Scotland)  . . .   Stig 1. Andy Robertson (Eire/Scot) 2. Dan Petrescu (Rom/Bul/Tur/Gre) 3. Didier Drogba (Africa) 4. Dan Agger (Den/Swe/Nor) 5. Wojciech Szczesny (Pol,Cro,Czech) 6. Thierry Henry (Fra/Ger) 7. Arturo Vidal (Chi/Col/Uru) 8. Rivaldo (Bra/Arg) . .  .  Elite 1. Nedved (Czech) 2. Zidane (France) 3. Essien (Africa) 4. Ibrahimovic (Sweden) 5. Kieran Tierney (Scotland)  6. Stiliyan Petrov (Bulgaria)  7. Cafu (Brazil)  8. Rio Ferdinand (England)  . .
  8. viRdjil

    Intellectual Dark Web

    Do you think the examples that he explicitly provided i.e. make-up, red-lipstick and high-heels, fall in the inappropriate work attire category? Because he said that if a women comes into work wearing any of those, then she shouldn’t complain if she got sexually harassed or assaulted. That to me is victim blaming. Even if someone wears something in appropriate to work, then it’s for the line manager or HR to deal with... it doesn’t give her colleagues carte blanche to sexually harass her.
  9. viRdjil

    Intellectual Dark Web

    Please play the ball NV rather than the man. I’ve always been respectful towards other posters irrespective of their views.
  10. viRdjil

    Intellectual Dark Web

    I don’t think there’s even a semblance of hypocrisy for someone to not wanting to be sexually harassed or assaulted at work, regardless of how he/she dresses up in the morning. That’s Saudi Arabia territory. I genuinely thought that line of thinking was behind us. I know this because I spend more than I should on clothing items and accessories, and I don’t ever want my boss to start fondling my balls in the urinals.
  11. viRdjil

    New International Draft - Rules & Selection Thread

    John 102 1. Messi (Argentina) 2. Manolas (Greece) 3. Eriksen (Denmark) 4. Finnan (Eire) 5. Cannavaro (Italy) 6. Cole (England) 7. Sammer (Germany) . . . .  MegadriveMan  1. Ronaldo (Brazil/Argentina) 2. Samuel Etoo (African)  3. Petr Čech (Croatia/Poland/Czech Republic) 4. Nuri Şahin (Turkey etc) 5. John Arne Riise (Sweden/Denmark/Norway) 6. Paolo Montero (Uruguay etc) 7. Paolo Maldini (Italy)  8. 9. 10. 11. Alex_K 1. Roy Keane (Eire) 2. Sadio Mane (African)  3. Virgil van Dijk (Holland/Italy) 4. Luka Modric (Croatia)  5. Diego Godin (Uruguay) 6. Luis Figo (Portugal) 7. Ronaldinho (Brazil) .   . . .  viRdjil 1. C Ronaldo (Portugal) 2. Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly (African) 3. Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgaria)  4. Paul Lambert (Scotland) 5. Lilian Thuram (France)  6. Ivan Córdoba (Colombia) 7. Fernando Redondo (Argentina) 8. Jaap Stam (Netherlands) .  . .  Lee 1. Luis Suarez (Uruguay) 2. Gheorghe Popescu (Romania)  3. Zvonimir Boban (Croatia) 4. Kalidou Koulibaly (Africa) 5. Seamus Coleman (Eire) 6. Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark) 7. Phillip Lahm (Germany)  8. Manuel Rui Costa(Portugal) . . .  Dynamite 1. Steven Gerrard (England) 2. Xavi (Spain) 3. Robert Lewandowski (Poland) 4. Alessandro Nesta (Italy) 5. Arda Turan (Turkey) 6. Thomas Helveg (Denmark) 7. Alexis Sanchez (Chile) 8. John Collins (Scotland) . . .   Stig 1. Andy Robertson (Eire/Scot) 2. Dan Petrescu (Rom/Bul/Tur/Gre) 3. Didier Drogba (Africa) 4. Dan Agger (Den/Swe/Nor) 5. Wojciech Szczesny (Pol,Cro,Czech) 6. Thierry Henry (Fra/Ger) 7. Arturo Vidal (Chi/Col/Uru) 8. Rivaldo (Bra/Arg) . .  .  Elite 1. Nedved (Czech) 2. Zidane (France) 3. Essien (Africa) 4. Ibrahimovic (Sweden) 5. Kieran Tierney (Scotland)  6. Stiliyan Petrov (Bulgaria)  7. Cafu (Brazil)  8. Rio Ferdinand (England)  . .
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