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  1. jonnyp

    Fulham (A) 17/3/19

    I like it that Virg and Millie are taking turns to take the blame for their goal.
  2. jonnyp

    Fulham (A) 17/3/19

    Me heart cannae tek it cap’n!
  3. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Job done some positives and some things to work on.
  4. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Naby goal today.
  5. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Thought Mo had been greedy there and ballsed that up, but it was a good last ditch tackle on him, plus Mane was marked out of the cross. Good following up by Bobby.
  6. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Yeeeerrrsssss!
  7. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Not TAA’s best day
  8. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Wind ain’t stopping VVD playing 60 yard cross field balls.
  9. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Where did TAA leave his crossing boots?
  10. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Yeeeeeerrrrrssss!
  11. jonnyp

    Burnley (H) 10/3/19

    Yeeeerrrrrrssssssss!
  12. New 3 v Eve 2 Is it a questionable that your posting came after today’s results?
  13. jonnyp

    ISIS - To Attack or Not?

    Mate, it’s a tough one, especially with an unborn child involved. Would you prefer it if I simply said, her name is an anagram of She Has A Minge Bum, deny her entry?
  14. jonnyp

    ISIS - To Attack or Not?

    I thought the “It’s a conundrum” made it clear that it is indeed hard to distinguish the right course of action. My post certainly didn’t draw any conclusion on the matter, it merely highlighted some of what many will be considering. Don’t be so quick to penalize me for not aligning to your way of thinking, as the irony it would pose on a thread such as this may be lost on you.
  15. jonnyp

    ISIS - To Attack or Not?

    She left to join, support and a play a role (no matter how small) in a murderous, hate fueled group’s ideology, that is opposed to her own home country’s way of life. A way of life she now wishes to embrace and shield her and her innocent unborn child. All without showing any remorse for her actions and even in admitting atrocities such as beheadings didn’t faze her, which radicalization or not, is not the sort of moral compass any society should be too welcoming of. Saying I hate everything about you, would be happy to see your culture and way of life annihilated, whilst showing you zero compassion, room to negotiate or any mercy leaves little room for ambiguity. However, professing that as your raison d’etre, yet caveating it with a plea for understanding that certain aspects of my own choices aren’t working out, so could I have my NHS back please, could make many people raise an eyebrow. Considering radicalisation, easy lead people and the human hope for second chances, none of which by the way are considerations that would be reciprocated, do we open our doors in the hope that people can change? Or will we simply be inviting a viper back into the fold? The scales of justice viewing her appeal are not finely balanced due her own actions, recent statements and apparent self serving desires. Sadly any desire we may have to take a moral high ground, display a greater human understanding and level of forgiveness that would approach saintly, is sadly the very same way of life that they want to destroy. It’s a conundrum.
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