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David Shepherd

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David Shepherd last won the day on July 30 2018

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  1. Luckily, I'm sunning myself in Ibiza at the moment, but I understand that Ponte is looking delightful in the sunshine today Amazed you know what traffic lights are. Isn't it still 1876 in Cas and everyone's running around on horses and carts? Edit: Remembered that you've been transported to the penal colonies.
  2. If you like standing, then it's just the Post Office Road end, everywhere else is seating. I prefer sitting on the far side. For a big game like this, the away fans usually congregate at the railway end. As others have said, plenty of drink outlets. Blue Lagoon under the far side stand is good and has a great collection of memorabilia. There's a bar behind the main stand, at the POR end and there's the fan zone near the main stand, which iirc has the widest selection of beer/lager/cider other than the clubhouse. There's food behind the main stand and at the POR end. Sometimes when the larger teams visit they put a pop up bar on at the railway end. Not sure if this will be in play on Sunday or not. You can park in the club car park for £5, or if you're tight like me, there's loads of side streets off Station Lane that can be used. Have a great day.
  3. Some fine chippies in Fev Ian. Small wonder the queue is huge. You poor Cas lot can only gaze in wonder at what a decent stadium looks like, refurbished without the benefit of circa £2M a year in Sky money
  4. Swore blind I wasn't going to Blackpool again. I'm away on a work trip on Ibiza Saturday, feeling a bit gutted now and wish I was going. I'll find myself a northerner friendly bar and watch it. UTR
  5. I get the feeling I'm going to thoroughly enjoy Toronto on July 13th
  6. Talking to MC the other night in Ponte, to all intents and purposes he's our player to do with what we will. The only reason it's a loan is because of Visa issues if we signed him properly. MC reckoned there was no chance of a recall, so I'd guess we're free to play him too.
  7. Do you know that physical goods represent a tiny fraction of our exports? (One of the reasons why the CU argument is a bit of a red herring). Services are what we are good at. How is UK agriculture protected now? The CAP does not work for them, it exists to keep French farmers happy.
  8. They speak French in Quebec. The dirty beggars. - They speak Welsh in Wales, which is just as relevant Same laws? Some laws the same? - The same BASIS of Law i.e. Common Law Australia has some federal state system. Canada has territories. New Zealand has no upper house. - Scotland, Wales and NI have devolved Government. However, all are modelled on the Westminster system. Aye. Although not everyone in the dominions seems happy with that. - Yet none of them have yet ditched Lizzie Closer than any other selected group of countries in the world? - With the exception of The USA, yes. Always? I mean, I have no idea. Do these canucks not have minds of their own? - A bit of research into goings on at The UN would help you here Not really. Canada is big and icy, Australia remote and hot. New Zealand is miles away and Maori. - How does this prevent our interests being closely aligned? I'm not basing international diplomacy on the fact that we can beat Canada at cricket. - That is not guaranteed. I'd suggest family ties are significantly looser now than at any point in modern history. What with Australia ending the White Australia Policy, Canada being open to people from around the world, and New Zealand not being Little Britain. - And yet the top three overseas destinations for Brits sending Christmas Presents are Canada, Australia and NZ. This indicates there may well be significant family ties. Does identical GDP smooth the wheels or is it a pointless addition to the list? - It means than none of the 4 countries are likely to be swamped with migrants from the other 3. The reason free movement hasn't worked in The EU is that the economies of the outer countries are at nowhere near the level of the inner core. This has led to brain drains in countries such as Poland, Hungary, Lithuania etc.
  9. Can you point me to the relevant article that suggests that this is British Empire 2.0 It's 2019, not 1919. The British Empire is ancient history and utterly irrelevant to this idea. It's like some of the more looney Brexiteers claiming that The EU is essentially The Fourth Reich.
  10. Same Language? Same basis of Law? Same Political Systems? Same Head of State? Already tight and close defence co-operation. A record of always voting together at the UN Interests already closely aligned? Sporting Ties? Family Ties? Almost Identical GDP per Capita?
  11. Are you serious? That's one of the most offensive things I've read on this forum.
  12. Actually, it's because South Africa's (along with India, Pakistan etc) economy is nowhere near the level that these four are. One of The EU's myriad of problems is that it is nowhere near a union of equals.
  13. Slightly off topic, but in the event that those pesky politicians ever get around to letting us leave, we need to forge a new place in the world. Anyone heard of the CANZUK proposal? It's essentially a loose union of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and The UK. It includes free movement, defense, security and foreign relations co-operation and a free trade area. Personally, I think we'd be more at home here than in the EU. The four countries have lots more in common than the EU28 do. https://www.canzukinternational.com/
  14. Good one Kman, you're a true Rugby League fan. You're as one eyed as the rest of us In that spirit. I've not seen a recording of the game yet, but Bussey was definitely the victim and both Beswick and Simms need banning for at least eleventy seven games.
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