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  1. YorkshireRed

    Kerry Katona did porn??? (NSFW, obviously)

    Kerry or the dog? Doesn’t really matter, both placed nowhere.
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    Kerry Katona did porn??? (NSFW, obviously)

    I saw Kerry Katona at a dog track in Manchester once. She didn’t detract me from putting my 50p each way on Trap 2.
  3. Hearing Leeds chants would never make me play better. Living where I do has made me loath everything about them. I do think that having some sort of noise in the stadium that the players can hear would be beneficial though. Certainly can’t hurt to try.
  4. Ah, probably should have read it in more detail. Assumed they were piping it out from the stands. In that case, I’m against it. It’ll be like canned laughter on a sitcom.
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    A suspicious type may suggest that every few weeks he’s going to arrange a meeting with one of his clowns, then get them to pretend to have Covid. He then fucks off for fourteen days to get pissed in the garden at Chequers before returning to announce to his adoring public that he’s going to allow them to do something most are doing anyway due to the Cummings debacle.
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    Potentially another fourteen days off for our esteemed leader/lazy cunt of a bollock (delete as appropriate).
  7. If it helps the players then why not give it a go. It’s going to be weird enough for many so if this means the games have even a fraction more edge to them then that’s better for the players and better for the fans.
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    Havertz, Werner or Sancho

    Voted Havertz for the first question as he may have the highest ceiling of the three. Wouldn’t say no to any of them though. Voted no for the second purely so I could pretend to have some knowledge of such things.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    I could be wrong but I think Ginger Productions came after Chris Evans became famous on the big breakfast. That programme was produced by a company I’m fairly sure was at least partly owned by Bob Geldof.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    I’ll check out the YouTube video. I think I admire him rather than like but he grew on me during the documentary. I think his production company was behind things like, The Big Breakfast, hence his loaded status.
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Dennis Mortimer was the most important person in the world to me (a slight exaggeration) for a few days. Then I finally swapped something for his panini sticker and moved on to someone else. In my head, I like to think that was Gary Shaw but it probably wasn’t.
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    Most hated Z list 'celebrity'

    Yes, Frank Skinner was also very good. Showed how drinking can become habitual without many people even realising it. For those functioning well enough in other parts of their lives, facing up to the possibility you may have an issue is a difficult and uncomfortable thing to do. I thought he did it very well.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    Citizens of Boomtown: The Story of the Boomtown Rats (7/10). Watched this last night. Recorded it previously but it may still be on the iPlayer. I guess how much you like this might be dependent on how much you like their music and/or your opinion of Bob Geldof. Age might come into it a bit as well. I’m 47 which makes me a little young to have been tuned in to their early stuff but beginning to get into music when they had their biggest hits. I think they were an ‘ok’ band but not as groundbreaking as is made out in the documentary. There are also claims that they played a big part in changing outlooks in Ireland which helped musicians that came after them. No idea is this is true or not. Geldof has obviously done a lot of great things. He’s also had a fair degree of tragedy in his life which makes me warm to him slightly. Not sure I’d fancy a pint with him though (nor he with me). As a music documentary it was so so. Some weird scenes throughout, depicting the rats as not even sure what, but I still found it an interesting enough watch.
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    Most hated Z list 'celebrity'

    I like him. Thought his documentary on his issues with drink was very real and showed that a ‘drink problem’ is a very broad label. He comes across as flawed (aren’t we all) but genuine.