ronky

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ronky last won the day on December 18 2016

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  1. But he's been very busy in those games so he's been able to impress, if he'd been playing for a great team then he'd have had nothing to do and wouldn't have been able to showcase his skills 😃
  2. And who of them was signed as a teenager by a top tier club, played in a domestic and European cup final and has managed to balls up his career despite earning a fortune? It's all about his current attitude which we should have been able to gauge.
  3. He might not be expected to play on the wing, he's probably lost his pace so he could be the creative central midfielder?
  4. He's been training with us so hopefully CB has been able to gauge his current state of mind and fitness, a luxury we didn't have with either Healy or Eagles (or even some of our summer signings) so hopefully this will be more of an educated signing rather than a championship manager style shot in the dark. Maybe he's finally realised what a privileged position he's in.
  5. Propaganda - a genuine male goose
  6. Miliken, MacPherson Paints, Birthdays, Nationwide.....
  7. Truly shocking that Jon Voight is now referred to as Angelina Jolie's dad, as distressing as hearing Janet Ellis and Keith Allen referred to as their offsprings' parent rather than their own celebrity.
  8. The winning goal at the Macron will be my favourite even if it is a Nugent distance strike 🙄
  9. Come on you lazy good for nothing mods, we want a "do not dislike" button!!!
  10. Maybe I was being a bit pedantic but to me full of suggests the majority to me. The vast majority of MEPs are not Eurosceptic and whilst they may be frustrated by the UKIP style groups they are certainly not being prevented fro action by them. How many Euro sceptics were there at the turn of the century? The rise of UKIP is down to the rising power and control of the EU rather than a feeling of nationalism in my book, if the EU had responded sooner then the rebels would not have grown so much I think most Brexiteers, though certainly not all, want cooperation with Europe.
  11. Is it not HP who sent software updates to their printers to stop them working without official HP cartridges? Also the annual cost is without factoring the cost of the printer into it, I'm not sure what the average life span is nowadays.
  12. It is most definitely not full of nationalists, maybe we would have seen more reforms if it did have more such people. The EU has shown no willingness whatsoever to reform, look at Cameron's pitiful renegotiation attempt. I believe that countries do want to cooperate with each other, and it appears to be the EU, saviour of peace and cooperation, who are breeding squabbling with their attitude towards Brexit. If the EU had agreed to look at reform then I am convinced Remain would have won and we'd have remained a member for a generation (a proper generation not a Krankie generation) but the problem is that no one in power believes that there is anything significantly wrong with the EU except for its lack of control in certain areas.
  13. More facts in one post than in pretty much every piece of referendum literature. It's amazing what having a neutral slant on things can have
  14. Ali G, Borat & Bruno (who's movie I took my mum to see 😶) suggest he's not a one trick pony. He's a very smart guy and able to improvise very well (I do know not all is improvised) As for Miranda please could you tell me what her one joke is as despite having seen her numerous times I am yet to witness this phenomenon
  15. Oh no he wouldn't!