Bostik Bailey

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  1. If the rumours are to be believed, then the Iranian billionaire at Everton wants to build a 50+K seater on Trafalgar dock,(just to the north of the the Liver Buildings and about 10-15 min walk from the centre. If this goes ahead (and the pitch is the right size) the I can see this being a regular stadium for RL, and Ideal for Magic (By Ideal I mean Ideal for me)
  2. Those who can, do. Those who can't teach.
  3. Anyway after Ragnorak, the earth will arise again and a human couple Lif and Lifthrasir will step forward from the branches of Yggdrasil. Life will begin afresh without the taint of evil. This is another concept that Christians have stolen from the true religion, along with Yule celebrations for 12 days( when the sun stops), and Eorster for the arrival of spring.All the Abrahamic religions have the traits of a Loki trick. Come on tell someone to sacrifice his only son, then just say only joking. The trouble is Loki always took a trick too far and always stands in the way of the other gods who want to bring order and calm. But Loki is a poor God to follow if you think of the triats of the Abrahamic god the more Loki fits the discription.
  4. Oh well I think they should both be kicked out and let their previous opponents take their place
  5. You should always choose your battles carefully
  6. Let's face is these doctors are on £100,000 a year, and work ~60-70 hours a week, but they are just being greedy, they are just taking money from the country. Where's the wealth that they create, were are the jobs that they create(on mimium wage obviously). With this work ethic they have they should be running companies and creating wealth and jobs, not wasting time saving the lives of benefit scroungers, making old people better, They do not contribute one penny to this country, indeed by making all these people better, it puts more strain on schools, infrastructure etc.
  7. Liz

    It just goes to prove, the good die young
  8. That is one cancer causing thing away from a full house
  9. I think this is a very good summing up of the issue In this the writer does not argue for a total ban on tackling in junior rugby, which let's face it the letter doesn't either, the suggestion is to ban it in schools. If we let the clubs, with the properly trained,insured and affiliated coaches to teach tackling etc, this is they way forward. This way playing tackle rugby is a voluntary option. The issue is that in school the P.E teacher will probably only have the basic level of rugby coaching and they will not have the personnel to look after any suspected head injury. All this 'rugby creates character',' it's good for you rhetoric' is just smoke and mirrors. The issue is banning tackling as part of the school curriculum, where people may not have a choice (or peer pressure may remove that choice), not banning tackling in the junior level of the game at clubs.
  10. Good if that's the case then, this letter will allow informed choice for parents. All that I know was in my day Rugby was compulsory, no other sports option was available and that was a state comp.
  11. You have to direct all questions to the judge and they will give guidance on it ( in otherworlds answer it). If you feel somthing is missing or someone was unclear, tough, you can only decide on evidence given to you in court, and you must us you judgement to decide the verdict. It's not perfect but it is the best system there is
  12. I wonder how people would react if boxing was compulsory at schools
  13. I the irony here is that people are using a pointless and costly waste of time and money (the discovery that light behaves as wave, enabling the telecommunications system we have today) to point out that these discoveries are pointless and a waste of time and money..