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Mister C

Member Since 05 Feb 2007
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#3207998 SL Grand Final must sell out

Posted by Mister C on 05 October 2015 - 09:21 AM

3 more tickets purchased. My 6 year old girls first game of Rugby!

#3168234 Calais: what to do.

Posted by Mister C on 31 July 2015 - 07:13 AM

Can anybody remember where they put all the stuff that they excavated from when the tunnels were dug out?
I've just had a great idea where we can put it.


#3078903 Rugby League at the Olympic Stadium London

Posted by Mister C on 26 February 2015 - 10:10 AM

Its certainly an easier sell to my non-RL mates, especially those who never made it to the Olympics. 6 tickets sold here coming from all over the country. I think the novelty factor of the new stadium will mean it will sell out

#3027484 Jimmy White's crack addiction

Posted by Mister C on 05 November 2014 - 10:32 AM

Sounds like he racked up quite a debt

Give it a rest

#3018412 Is this rugby league or rugby union? (footage from 1914-18)

Posted by Mister C on 23 October 2014 - 08:06 AM

Tony Collins has a bit of blind spot when he writes about the rugby codes. Not a great thing to have if you want to be considered a serious academic. 

Hello Duff Duff

#3014279 Andy Wilson - writes something worth reading!

Posted by Mister C on 15 October 2014 - 10:20 AM

Not wishing to hijack this thread but...

Could be worth starting a topic entitled "journalist with no previous interest in RL writes a piece not worth wiping your behind on"

i'll start with Paul Hayward and Oliver Pickup

#3014275 Andy Wilson - writes something worth reading!

Posted by Mister C on 15 October 2014 - 10:11 AM

Well well well!


Well done Andy. I think he's done a great job here.

FWIW I think he's been very good for about a year. since we used to hammer him on here for his general dourness he's been one of our more positive outlets!

#3002121 Unhappiest town in Britian.

Posted by Mister C on 25 September 2014 - 08:15 AM

The survey does surprise me somewhat. we have low crime and i'd imagine pretty decent employment rates plus you could be in the lake district in half an hour

its still a tough working class town with all the associated problems but there are quite a few places in the UK that would make me a lot less happy

that said i don't live here (not far away), just work here!

#2942773 Totalrl.com World Cup Sweepstake...Now up and running..

Posted by Mister C on 11 June 2014 - 07:06 AM

TT if Belgium make the semis can i have your copy of the DVD ;)

#2941809 FIFA World Cup Sweepstake on Any Other Business Forum

Posted by Mister C on 09 June 2014 - 09:47 AM

Perhaps we could use peoples "other" accounts to bump up the numbers?

#2905455 Cheapest way to see Catalans

Posted by Mister C on 25 March 2014 - 10:29 AM

Thanks to everyone who gave me advice. we went to the game on Saturday night. Not a bad choice :)

discovered that taxis and beer are expensive. food is reasonably priced and excellent!

but what a great weekend. we were sat outside a cafe on Saturday morning when the dragons were on their walk round town and had a chat with leon pryce

Everyone was really welcoming and the french old boys in the main stand thanked us for coming all the way from England to support Les Cats!

i'll be going back next year but i'll probably go when its a bit warmer!

#2868230 Cheapest way to see Catalans

Posted by Mister C on 22 January 2014 - 01:43 PM

Thanks for everyones help! RS Probably the Huddersfield game in March. Something before cricket season starts...!

#2863341 All the news that's fit to print...

Posted by Mister C on 13 January 2014 - 11:09 AM

Ex-wife of The Road writer Cormac McCarthy pulled silver handgun from her genitals during argument with boyfriend over space aliens.

i've not read it yet but where does emile sande fit in?

after all she gets everywhere

#2833286 Harold Jellicoe Percival

Posted by Mister C on 12 November 2013 - 10:40 AM

Amazing and splendid response.
Makes you think though about my own friends and relatives and others - why do we wait until the funeral to express support?

without wishing to divert anything away from a wonderful gesture

I have to agree with that last sentence. obviously what normally happens is that we honour/thank/reward someone when they are gone and when it matters not a jot to them!

At my club we just thanked the 80 year old president for his service to the club. I'd glad we said thank you when he can appreciate it (hopefully for many more years) rather than unveiling a small memorial or something when he's gone (which we'll probably also do)

#2832297 Cumbria for Super league

Posted by Mister C on 11 November 2013 - 10:31 AM

its easily dismissed but the world cup has also got me wondering if it can be done.

Could the Cumbrian Whatevers be at the top of the pyramid with Barrow, Workington and Whitehaven still existing at the level below?

Home games shared out between each club with a game at Carlisle and potentially something at Penrith as their new Football stadium looked very smart when i drove past!

i think the loss of each clubs identity would be the stumbling block

with proper planning the logistics could be overcome