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Re: FEV Sunday Wed Jun 02, 2021 5:54 pm  

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I am 100% with faxlore its idiots in society who seem to have lost the ability for humility or common sense . Witnessed a farmer confronting idiots marauding across his soon to be mowed hay meadow last weekend even though a very clear public footpath existed 50 yds away . Their reply...oh there are no signs mate to say we cant walk here so we can do what we want it's the countryside !! ....at which point the farmer completely lost it . It's just the attitude of it's not us that's wrong it's always someone else's fault . Anyway the farmer won .!
Re: FEV Sunday Thu Jun 03, 2021 10:25 am  

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jeffvickers wrote:
Russell didn't deserve a place Sunday, however was guaranteed it as part of the loan agreement.

However, I expect Grix at 1, Woodburn-Hall at 4, Russell at 7 and Barber at 12 for next week.

Woodburn-Hall and Borough can feel a little peeved being moved about to make way for players that haven't earned their way in

I agree. Fans on Facebook disagreed with me when I questioned the signing of OR. He's been sent here to get game time for the giants, no more no less.
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Re: FEV Sunday Thu Jun 03, 2021 1:30 pm  

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Ohmetoe wrote:
I am 100% with faxlore its idiots in society who seem to have lost the ability for humility or common sense . Witnessed a farmer confronting idiots marauding across his soon to be mowed hay meadow last weekend even though a very clear public footpath existed 50 yds away . Their reply...oh there are no signs mate to say we cant walk here so we can do what we want it's the countryside !! ....at which point the farmer completely lost it . It's just the attitude of it's not us that's wrong it's always someone else's fault . Anyway the farmer won .!

If its the its the idiots in society thats at fault why didn't he have a go at the fans in the east stand not following the rules he wasn't even following the rules himself no face covering no social distancing and shouting and swearing in peoples faces before they even had a chance to speak
Re: FEV Sunday Fri Jun 04, 2021 8:14 am  
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Hudd-Shay wrote:
I agree. Fans on Facebook disagreed with me when I questioned the signing of OR. He's been sent here to get game time for the giants, no more no less.


He wasn't due to play Sunday but Bourough was struggling with the broken nose he picked up at Newcastle. The fact that Grix had been trying to sign a scrum half before this deal does suggest that it was a position that he was actively looking at so the deal itself makes sense and with Robinson now out for a few weeks its worked out pretty well. That and Russell looking lively on Sunday given the short prep work it looks a promising signing.

"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."― Albert Einstein


"Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense." ― Gertrude Stein


"Don't believe everything you read on the internet" ― Abraham Lincoln
Re: FEV Sunday Fri Jun 04, 2021 10:13 am  

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Greg Florimos Boots wrote:
He wasn't due to play Sunday but Bourough was struggling with the broken nose he picked up at Newcastle. The fact that Grix had been trying to sign a scrum half before this deal does suggest that it was a position that he was actively looking at so the deal itself makes sense and with Robinson now out for a few weeks its worked out pretty well. That and Russell looking lively on Sunday given the short prep work it looks a promising signing.

Fair comments. Let's hope the signing is a success for our club. I still say loan signings should be 4 weeks minimum with no call back clause. Up The Fax! :D
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Re: FEV Sunday Fri Jun 04, 2021 11:37 am  

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terry silver wrote:
HI will be in the south stand on sunday you tell me when and where and you can show me the error of my ways to my face


Do you not see the irony? p.s what is the manner they observe in Seville that you quote? :lol:
Re: FEV Sunday Fri Jun 04, 2021 3:04 pm  

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Sideshow Bob wrote:
Do you not see the irony? p.s what is the manner they observe in Seville that you quote? :lol:

do you not see the irony in a so called director breaking the rules then having a go at others for doing so and ignoring people in the east stand also breaking the rules but doing nothing about it why is that you think. Let me make one thing clear to the cowards on hear who like to keep insulting me from the safety of hiding behind a screen any time you want to do it to my face just let me no sunday would be fine by me i am happy to debate with anyone on here who wishes to do so without resorting to insults
Re: FEV Sunday Sat Jun 05, 2021 8:42 am  

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Just like to say that we need to stick together as a club and fans, it’s been a poop year or so and now at least some fans can get in to watch a match, Be sensible, follow the rules regardless of how dumb you think they are as the club could be locked down again. And less insults regardless of what people write on here, we all have our own opinions but let’s respect others.
Re: FEV Sunday Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:18 am  
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@ Mr.Silver,presuming you are a man as the way you spell your name. I am not here to criticise you persay, however I am also going to make a presumption you were born and brought up in the U K. As such every one born here is entitled to an education free of charge. I am also sure you no (know) this, and you read comments on hear(here) does that highlight your errors, unless you are taking the proverbial.
I wood (would) offer you help to correct your English grammar and spelling, however I am some 8000 miles east of you and several time zones ahead.
Might I respectfully suggest you take advantage of free English websites on search engines i.e. google on the internet.I would not have mentioned this but for Faxlore doing so earlier on this thread. Should you wish to consult me as an English teacher I am available for 25 GBP per hour. ( I am a fully qualified and registered teacher)
This is written without prejudice, and with the best intentions of helping you have a better command of basic grammar, as you can articulate some of the time.

Sincerely
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Re: FEV Sunday Sat Jun 05, 2021 4:34 pm  

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[quote="the fax in asia"]@ Mr.Silver,presuming you are a man as the way you spell your name. I am not here to criticise you persay, however I am also going to make a presumption you were born and brought up in the U K. As such every one born here is entitled to an education free of charge. I am also sure you no (know) this, and you read comments on hear(here) does that highlight your errors, unless you are taking the proverbial.
I wood (would) offer you help to correct your English grammar and spelling, however I am some 8000 miles east of you and several time zones ahead.
Might I respectfully suggest you take advantage of free English websites on search engines i.e. google on the internet.I would not have mentioned this but for Faxlore doing so earlier on this thread. Should you wish to consult me as an English teacher I am available for 25 GBP per hour. ( I am a fully qualified and registered teacher)
This is written without prejudice, and with the best intentions of helping you have a better command of basic grammar, as you can articulate some of the time.

Sincerely
the fax in Asia[/ hello mr asia and thank you for your concern in my grammar however i will turn down your offer 25 pound a hour i am in the wrong job but more importantly i am happy as i am a uneducated underclass socialist animal lover for me i don't care how people write as long as i can read it isn't it more important what someone says rather than how they say it for me it is one of the biggest problems not just on here but in society in general is people when they cant or wont debate with someone they try to change the subject and turn the blame onto someone else i think its called deflecting after all am i the only one on here who makes spelling mistakes but am the only one getting belittled for it even you have made some in your post to me do i care about that not one jot it is not how i judge people and just look at how the government of the uk behave constently deflecting blame so it should be no surprise when that behavior drips its way into society
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