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  1. Red Shift

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Oh good. Point clarified.
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    All good valid points - but what the fuck is a ‘binding referendum’ ?
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    As an outsider, who knows sweet fuck all of the nuances of Brexit, I’ll keep it simple. The referendum was binding. What are the legal ramifications of not supporting a binding referendum? Surely the British Parliament had a duty to vote yes on the current Brexit with deal, because the EU already stated that this was the best deal on offer and certainly its a far more acceptable deal than a ‘no deal hard Brexit’ to all the leavers who voted? Parliament just shat on the voting public and their binding referendum. Does Parliament get to do that?
  4. Hmmm we don’t care about the Cup do we? I just realised 1965 was a long time ago.
  5. Mig in goal = giving it away to Wolves. clearly, the FA Cup is considered too much football. if its true its criminal
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    Vegetarianism

    Haha. Yeah I understand. I love potatoes, so it’s pretty easy to live on them for a couple of weeks ( he says, 5 days in ) but for me it’s about personal discipline. Finding emotional comfort from other things to break bad habits. I toyed with bananas only, as an alternative, when thinking this through. I definately decided to ‘mono’ for the 1st 2 wks of veganuary
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    The Who vs Led Zeppelin

    Gotta throw Paul Rodgers into the mix as well for that. Incidentally, with Free and Bad Company, he’s had more chart success than Zep. personally, I think Rodgers had a better voice than either Daltry or Plant. Subjective though ey?
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    Vegetarianism

    https://www.intelligenteating.org/blog/the-potato-diet
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    Vegetarianism

    I’ve been vegetarian for yonks, but became pre-diabetic, with high blood pressure (I’m 61) - basically, I’ve been addicted to cheese, Milk, Butter, and any type of vege oil, as well as salt. I started dabbling with a strict vegan diet most of the week, as well as restrictive eating, just letting go at the weekends. Trouble is, Monday Tuesday I felt like shit, but by Friday I’d picked up again - see the pattern? I’ve jumped right into Veganuary with the Penne Gillette all potato diet, that halved his weight and got rid of his high blood pressure. I’ve Already dropped 3 kg and feeling much better after 5 1/2 days. steamed spuds with skins on. That’s it. No meals. Eat when hungry, but I can now predict dropping energy levels prior to getting hit with hunger, and snack accordingly. Even love cold spuds straight out of the fridge, as resistant fibre. in another week I’ll get into more diverse food - banana spinich smoothies etc, salads with flax for omega 3s and broccoli for the sulfurfane. still taking a b12 ‘drop’ that I pop into my water canister.
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    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    So. Looks like we’re in a Title race. Isnt it fucking brilliant?!?!? We’re a better team than the one that failed under Rodgers. we can do this. Love you Redmen. Can’t live without you.
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    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Was willing to take that at the start. COME ON U RED MEN
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    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    I’m sticking by my 2-2 prediction. Shaq to get it.
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    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    I’d be absolutely ecstatic with a nil nil result. A clean sheet and no points gap reduction. Is that fantasy? More than ever this season we’ve shown how strong we are at the back. However, City are capable of scoring one, possibly even two against us. I’m confident that we’re just as capable too, so, 2-2 it is then. Happy with that.
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    Great Documentaries

    Well, I grew up like everybody else, assuming that VE Day was the end of not only the conflict, but the process of WW2. I never gave a thought to the aftermath - the sheer volume of the tragedy, reprisals as hunters became the hunted, necessary repatriation and rebuild.
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