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Rugby League World Issue 400 - Out Now!

RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD MAGAZINE - ISSUE 400 - OUT NOW!
84 pages, 38 years of history from Open Rugby to the present day.
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#21 Crown Flatter

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Posted 02 December 2012 - 06:44 PM

Thought you might just be joking BSJ, but it seems you aren't - which is sad, because while I might not I agree with all your posts, they tend to have a valid point and stimulate discussion - and they are usually presented with good humour and the old fashioned cynicism which typifies the older and often long suffering supporter. As for the question of whether the site should be used to promote commercial ventures such as the Geoff Lee books - well I guess everybody will have a valid opinion. I haven't read his books, and aren't likely to, but then again I haven't read "this sporting life" either, and hey, what would I know, I didn't think shakespear's plays were as good as his films. It's a subject everybody will agree to disagree on, but i'd be disappointed if you gave this forum the heave ho as a result of it.


Grumpy, I reckon BSJ will still be reading this even if he has decided to no longer contribute to the forum.
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#22 Blind side johnny

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 08:25 AM

Grumpy, I reckon BSJ will still be reading this even if he has decided to no longer contribute to the forum.


Quite right, I am. Internet reception in the Nepalese foothills is even worse than Huddersfield, mind.
Believe what you see, don't see what you believe.


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#23 grumpyoldram

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 02:17 PM

Quite right, I am. Internet reception in the Nepalese foothills is even worse than Huddersfield, mind.




You are forever swanning off to exotic locations BSJ - haven't worked out yet whether you are david attenborough, michael palin or karl pilkington. :)

#24 STEVE P

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 08:10 AM

Quite right, I am. Internet reception in the Nepalese foothills is even worse than Huddersfield, mind.


So you were only kidding. Pleased to see that you were. Not everybody agrees with all that you say, but the forum would be a poorer place if you weren't here to say it.

#25 Blind side johnny

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Posted 05 December 2012 - 01:04 PM

You are forever swanning off to exotic locations BSJ - haven't worked out yet whether you are david attenborough, michael palin or karl pilkington. :)


I leave that for others to judge!


Just seen a big rhino but it was prettier than the one at 'Fax. :o
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