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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by DavidL on Yesterday at 21:48:34 »
Hoe dare she say I never felt a part of Europe?
How very dare she  ;D
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Queensryche - Hear in the Now Frontier
not as bad as I remembered. in fact quite good really

Coheed and Cambria - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Volume 1.......
really like these guys - nearest thing to a 21st century Rush
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Literature / Re: So, what are you reading at the moment? Volume 6
« Last post by captainkurtz on Yesterday at 21:05:38 »
Van Halen Rising by Gregg Renoff. 
For a VH nut like me, this is manna from heaven...
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Nick on Yesterday at 20:09:39 »
Hoe dare she say I never felt a part of Europe?
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by NeilP on Yesterday at 17:48:10 »
Today's speech seemed to be about going to Florence and agreeing with Labour's proposal for a two year transitional deal.... my money is on a no deal/crash out and another election
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Football / Re: FC HALIFAX TOWN 2017/2018
« Last post by Matt2112 on Yesterday at 16:58:08 »
FC Halifax Town 2-1 AFC Fylde
Sat 2nd Sep 2017

The Shaymen gained a sweet revenge after twice being mugged by last season's big-spending National North champions Fylde.

After a scoreless first half that saw Fylde's usual tactics of trying to con the referee at every opportunity, it looked like history was going to repeat itself for a third time in the second half when prolific marksman Danny Rowe received the ball on the edge of the box on 54 minutes before drawing 'keeper Sam Johnson and cleverly clipping the ball over his as he dived at his feet.

However, this seemed to spur Town on and we equalised only two minutes later, a move down the right ending in a cross from which Adam Morgan looped his header against the bar, with big strike partner Tom Denton following in to nod home.

And a fully deserved winner arrived in the 77th minute after a delightful piece of interplay on the edge of the box between Morgan, Ben Tomlinson and Denton ended with the big man curling past the 'keeper, banishing the albatross the visitors had put round our collective necks in both last season's fixtures.

Mileage: 7
Accumulated: 446
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Football / Re: FC HALIFAX TOWN 2017/2018
« Last post by Matt2112 on Yesterday at 16:45:26 »
Gateshead 0-0 FC Halifax Town
Mon 28th Aug 2017

Town gained another useful away draw and clean sheet with a fine performance on Tyneside that many thought deserved all three points.

The only black mark on our visit was two yellow cards brandished to Matty Kosylo who would serve a one match suspension.

Unfortunately, your reporter couldn't make the game due to a busy Bank Holiday weekend spent gigging, so in a way a scoreless draw was something of a bonus.

Mileage: 0
Accumulated: 439
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Football / Re: FC HALIFAX TOWN 2017/2018
« Last post by Matt2112 on Yesterday at 16:39:25 »
FC Halifax Town 2-0 Guiseley
Sat 26th Aug 2017

The Shaymen recorded a very satisfying win against West Yorkshire neighbours Guiseley in front of the BT Sport cameras.

In a first half which Town shaded, the first goal came on 25 minutes when Matty Kosylo made a characteristic weaving run in from the left hand side toward the edge of the box before unleashing an unstoppable shot into the corner of the net.

The struggling visitors couldn't offer much in the way of danger up front and the win was sealed with 12 mintues left when centre back and captain Matt Brown rose highest at a corner to send a bullet header past the 'keeper.

Mileage: 7
Accumulated: 439
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by DavidL on Yesterday at 16:17:15 »
Speaking of which, it's not too late. Door isn't closed yet.  A sincere apology for all the hassle caused should do the trick!


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-majority-uk-british-people-stay-in-eu-not-leave-latest-poll-theresa-may-florence-speech-tory-a7960226.html
'Exclusive' survey for The Independent! Remoaner BS
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General Chat - English / Re: Brexit watch
« Last post by Slim on Yesterday at 16:16:13 »
I doubt we'd get a sincere anything from the EU, let alone an apology. Let's close that door, we're better off without them.
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