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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:33:34 PM   
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Steiner, in Ambroses' 1954 ground breaking expose on rubbish games: Rubbish Games America Invented But The World Didn't Want, Ambrose forcefully made the case, and ultimately proved beyond doubt, that BPB only took hold in America because your average American needed something, anything, to take their minds off the mind numbing tedium that is Baseball, American Football and the other one......er...basketball. Fact - cos Ambrose said so - so there, ya boo sucks to you matey.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:36:29 PM   
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So were the game any good?

I tried to watch but I fell asleep after the first quarter. Woke up just as the half time break began. Fell asleep almost at once. Woke up about two minutes after the game ended. Go figure.

Why can't you Americans have the Super Bowl at a decent time of day.
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Orm, you falling asleep has nothing to do with the time of day the SuperBowl was screened. If it was shown first thing in the morning after you had just had 10 hours sleep, you would still have nodded off as soon as the game started. Try watching proper football

I tend to sleep very well when watching English football.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:40:03 PM   
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Oh dear - that is serious; you fall asleep watching Football AND American Football. Orm, you are definitely a bloke aren't you?

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:44:10 PM   
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Steiner, in Ambroses' 1954 ground breaking expose on rubbish games: Rubbish Games America Invented But The World Didn't Want, Ambrose forcefully made the case, and ultimately proved beyond doubt, that BPB only took hold in America because your average American needed something, anything, to take their minds off the mind numbing tedium that is Baseball, American Football and the other one......er...basketball. Fact - cos Ambrose said so - so there, ya boo sucks to you matey.


OOOOOHHHH. You just put me in my place - NOT.

As Ambrose wrote in The True History of the World's Gayest Sport - Soccer, "Soccer didn’t always suck. About a thousand years ago, natives on the American continent played a sport that was prophetically named pasuckuakohowog–we’re not making this up–which featured teams of up to 500 people apiece playing on fields one mile long. Players kicked balls toward a goal just as they do in modern soccer. Unlike modern soccer, however, they wore warpaint and committed atrocities upon their opponents, using weapons and breaking bones as a matter of routine. Whatever your feelings were about atrocities, there was one thing you had to admit about pasuckuakohowog: it was interesting to watch. Something happened during the games.

For scientific purposes, I tried to watch the Austria-Cameroon match last weekend. At halftime, the two teams were locked in a fierce 0-0 tie. I shut it off and spent the rest of the night staring out my window.

The following day, Bulgaria and Paraguay played to a thrilling 0-0 tie. Belgium and the Netherlands followed up the next night by renewing their heated rivalry in exhilarating goalless fashion


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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:46:57 PM   
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Never cared for Madonna much. Nice voice but her style is both infantile and vulgar. .
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Excellent summary Max 86. Her voice is very nice, if a little weak - she couldn't do justice to the old Wembley stadium for example. I know nothing about her anti-Americanism but if Steiner is not happy, then I'm not happy

Do you want me to have a word next time she visits Englansville Steiner?

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:48:47 PM   
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Never cared for Madonna much. Nice voice but her style is both infantile and vulgar. .
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Excellent summary Max 86. Her voice is very nice, if a little weak - she couldn't do justice to the old Wembley stadium for example. I know nothing about her anti-Americanism but if Steiner is not happy, then I'm not happy

Do you want me to have a word next time she visits Englansville Steiner?


Yeah, tell her to get the damned hell outta Uttoxeter on a damn fast plan. Tell her to live in Liberia.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:54:22 PM   
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Oh dear - that is serious; you fall asleep watching Football AND American Football. Orm, you are definitely a bloke aren't you?

It is a side effect from watching English football when I was growing up. Thew only football shown on TV back then was one English match per week so since I wanted to see more football I eagerly sat down and begun to watch the match. And most often they didn't play on grass. Instead they played on a muddy field. And they kicked long balls at every oportunity. And run. And tackled. And run more. Just kicking the ball as far upfield as you can do not make a football game in my book. Hence I fell asleep. I would probably have stayed awake if they had picked some interesting teams to show for the weekly match. Bah!

Nowdays, most premier league matches are fun to watch. Fast paced games and good ball control. Fun.

Note that football from southern Europe, back then, were not that fun either. Huge difference from what it is today.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 7:57:01 PM   
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Steiner, in Ambroses' 1954 ground breaking expose on rubbish games: Rubbish Games America Invented But The World Didn't Want, Ambrose forcefully made the case, and
ultimately proved beyond doubt, that BPB only took hold in America because your average American needed something, anything, to take their minds off the mind numbing tedium that is Baseball, American Football and the other one......er...basketball. Fact - cos Ambrose said so - so there, ya boo sucks to you matey.


OOOOOHHHH. You just put me in my place - NOT.

As Ambrose wrote in The True History of the World's Gayest Sport - Soccer, "Soccer didn’t always suck. About a thousand years ago, natives on the American continent played a sport that was prophetically named pasuckuakohowog–we’re not making this up–which featured teams of up to 500 people apiece playing on fields one mile long. Players kicked balls toward a goal just as they do in modern soccer. Unlike modern soccer, however, they wore warpaint and committed atrocities upon their opponents, using weapons and breaking bones as a matter of routine. Whatever your feelings were about atrocities, there was one thing you had to admit about pasuckuakohowog: it was interesting to watch. Something happened during the games.

For scientific purposes, I tried to watch the Austria-Cameroon match last weekend. At halftime, the two teams were locked in a fierce 0-0 tie. I shut it off and spent the rest of the night staring out my window.

The following day, Bulgaria and Paraguay played to a thrilling 0-0 tie. Belgium and the Netherlands followed up the next night by renewing their heated rivalry in exhilarating goalless fashion


Warspite1

Steiner, a game DOES NOT have to end 114-60 for it to be exciting. A game can be 0-0 and still be thrilling; witness the famous Austria-Cameroon match alluded to earlier. That was perhaps the greatest game I have ever seen! The greatest weekend in the English Premiership was that of 11th/12th October 1995 when all 10 games ended 0-0.
Fantastic.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 8:01:33 PM   
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Steiner, a game DOES NOT have to end 114-60 for it to be exciting. A game can be 0-0 and still be thrilling; witness the famous Austria-Cameroon match alluded to earlier. That was perhaps the greatest game I have ever seen! The greatest weekend in the English Premiership was that of 11th/12th October 1995 when all 10 games ended 0-0.
Fantastic.


Holy Sh*t. That has to be the most exciting thing I have ever heard of. I can just imagine watching 10 games that...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:13:09 PM   
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suprised that you have not mentioned grass growing yet

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:28:37 PM   
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suprised that you have not mentioned grass growing yet



Don't underestimate me. I was about to mention:

watching those 10, or any, soccer games is like watching grass growing and paint dryi...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:33:13 PM   
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thats kinda how I feel about golf...
different strokes...
Hockey on the other hand... awesome, game gets slow.. doubtless someones dropping the gloves for a little sanctioned ice boxing
too bad my team sux so badly...

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:39:30 PM   
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thats kinda how I feel about golf...
different strokes...
Hockey on the other hand... awesome, game gets slow.. doubtless someones dropping the gloves for a little sanctioned ice boxing
too bad my team sux so badly...


Feel the same way. But the point here is to make a point to those crazy soccer fans, well, really warspite1.

Once again we turn to Ambrose, who wrote in The True History of the World's Gayest Sport - Soccer,:

"there are dozens of competitive sports, ranging from basketball to tennis to volleyball, even to team handball or chess or even checkers, for God’s sake, where artistry is an ample visual substitute for force. But all of those sports have one thing in common: something happens during the games"



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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:40:34 PM   
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Steiner, a game DOES NOT have to end 114-60 for it to be exciting. A game can be 0-0 and still be thrilling; witness the famous Austria-Cameroon match alluded to earlier. That was perhaps the greatest game I have ever seen! The greatest weekend in the English Premiership was that of 11th/12th October 1995 when all 10 games ended 0-0.
Fantastic.


Holy Sh*t. That has to be the most exciting thing I have ever heard of. I can just imagine watching 10 games that...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Warspite1

I guess nothing reflects the gulf in what each side of the pond prefer i.e. Americans liking for high scoring games complete with razzamatazz, and Europeans preferring the subtle nuances of a game, regardless of ultimate scoreline, than the events that followed the 1953 FA Cup Final.

That year, the supporters of Blackpool and Bolton Wanderers descended on Wembley Stadium from their homes in the northwest of England, looking forward expectantly to the contest.

What were they greeted with? A tight, cat and mouse contest in which one goal separated the two teams? No, not at all. Instead, after the Wanderers took a 3-1 lead, Blackpool fought back to win 4-3. A seven goal thriller, a game that twisted and turned like a twisty, turny thing was what it was.

Were the crowd happy? No. there were riots and skirmishes both inside and outside the ground. Both sets of fans were desperately unhappy to see so many goals conceded in such sloppy fashion. Indeed, the Football Association were considering making a rule that in future, only one goal could be scored in a final and both Bolton and Blackpool were threatened with censure.

Speaking at the enquiry into the debacle, Justice Ambrose said "This was a most unsavoury affair, both teams were playing like they were on Peanut Brittle. This is not the Goldfish bowl or whatever our American cousins call there little shindig - THIS IS THE FA CUP FINAL. Shameful".


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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:45:03 PM   
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Were the crowd happy? No. there were riots and skirmishes both inside and outside the ground. Both sets of fans were desperately unhappy to see so many goals conceded in such sloppy fashion. Indeed, the Football Association were considering making a rule that in future, only one goal could be scored in a final and both Bolton and Blackpool were threatened with censure.


See my post #43

I can approve rioting, but as for the rest of what you wrote - are you trying to actually kill me?? How can someone with your great wit, wonderful writing ability and quick brain be so, so, so...

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:52:48 PM   
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Were the crowd happy? No. there were riots and skirmishes both inside and outside the ground. Both sets of fans were desperately unhappy to see so many goals conceded in such sloppy fashion. Indeed, the Football Association were considering making a rule that in future, only one goal could be scored in a final and both Bolton and Blackpool were threatened with censure.


See my post #43

I can approve rioting, but as for the rest of what you wrote - are you trying to actually kill me?? How can someone with your great wit, wonderful writing ability and quick brain be so, so, so...
Warspite1

No, I am not trying to kill you, I just have no idea what I am talking about


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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:54:57 PM   
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Were the crowd happy? No. there were riots and skirmishes both inside and outside the ground. Both sets of fans were desperately unhappy to see so many goals conceded in such sloppy fashion. Indeed, the Football Association were considering making a rule that in future, only one goal could be scored in a final and both Bolton and Blackpool were threatened with censure.


See my post #43

I can approve rioting, but as for the rest of what you wrote - are you trying to actually kill me?? How can someone with your great wit, wonderful writing ability and quick brain be so, so, so...
Warspite1

No, I am not trying to kill you, I just have no idea what I am talking about



Finally, one of us broke down and admitted the truth. LOL.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 9:59:31 PM   
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Were the crowd happy? No. there were riots and skirmishes both inside and outside the ground. Both sets of fans were desperately unhappy to see so many goals conceded in such sloppy fashion. Indeed, the Football Association were considering making a rule that in future, only one goal could be scored in a final and both Bolton and Blackpool were threatened with censure.


See my post #43

I can approve rioting, but as for the rest of what you wrote - are you trying to actually kill me?? How can someone with your great wit, wonderful writing ability and quick brain be so, so, so...
Warspite1

No, I am not trying to kill you, I just have no idea what I am talking about



Finally, one of us broke down and admitted the truth. LOL.
Warspite1

Mrs Warspite is a good judge in these situations, and as she often says to me:

Warspite you are a complete t***er.



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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 10:05:30 PM   
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Mrs Warspite is a good judge in these situations, and as she often says to me:

Warspite you are a complete t***er.


I have to believe she says topper.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 10:09:18 PM   
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Mrs Warspite is a good judge in these situations, and as she often says to me:

Warspite you are a complete t***er.


I have to believe she says topper.
Warspite1

Yes, I like to believe that too, but when you hear the malice in her voice, the venom in her delivery and the anger on her face, you know...


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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/6/2012 10:10:58 PM   
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Mrs Warspite is a good judge in these situations, and as she often says to me:

Warspite you are a complete t***er.


I have to believe she says topper.
Warspite1

Yes, I like to believe that too, but when you hear the malice in her voice, the venom in her delivery and the anger on her face, you know...



Yeah, I know. I get the same attitude from Brunhilda Steiner.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/7/2012 8:58:06 AM   
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Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.




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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/7/2012 8:04:02 PM   
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Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.



Warspite1

Not a classic by any means, but enthralling if you support Liverpool or Spurs. I thought Suarez was a very lucky boy to stay on for that kick at poor Scotty P (he really takes some punishment) - mind you - so was a strangely out of sorts Gareth Bale, who could easily have walked for pushing Agger.

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/7/2012 8:07:40 PM   
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Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.



Warspite1

Not a classic by any means, but enthralling if you support Liverpool or Spurs. I thought Suarez was a very lucky boy to stay on for that kick at poor Scotty P (he really takes some punishment) - mind you - so was a strangely out of sorts Gareth Bale, who could easily have walked for pushing Agger.





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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/18/2012 7:59:02 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Orm

Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.



Warspite1

Not a classic by any means, but enthralling if you support Liverpool or Spurs. I thought Suarez was a very lucky boy to stay on for that kick at poor Scotty P (he really takes some punishment) - mind you - so was a strangely out of sorts Gareth Bale, who could easily have walked for pushing Agger.




Warspite1

FA Cup 5th Round this weekend Are you looking forward to it Steiner? Who is your tip for the cup this year?

I think we should invite people to guess the scores and see who gets the most right. 1 point for the correct result and 3 for a correct score.

Here's my guesses:

1 Liverpool v Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0
2 Everton v Blackpool 1-0
3 Chelsea v Birmingham City 3-1
4 Crawley Town v Stoke City 1-2
5 Stevenage v Tottenham Hotspur 1-1
6 Norwich City v Leicester City 3-0
7 Sunderland v Arsenal 0-0
8 Millwall v Bolton Wanderers 2-2


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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/18/2012 7:46:10 PM   
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Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.



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Not a classic by any means, but enthralling if you support Liverpool or Spurs. I thought Suarez was a very lucky boy to stay on for that kick at poor Scotty P (he really takes some punishment) - mind you - so was a strangely out of sorts Gareth Bale, who could easily have walked for pushing Agger.




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FA Cup 5th Round this weekend Are you looking forward to it Steiner? Who is your tip for the cup this year?

I think we should invite people to guess the scores and see who gets the most right. 1 point for the correct result and 3 for a correct score.

Here's my guesses:

1 Liverpool v Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0
2 Everton v Blackpool 1-0
3 Chelsea v Birmingham City 3-1
4 Crawley Town v Stoke City 1-2
5 Stevenage v Tottenham Hotspur 1-1
6 Norwich City v Leicester City 3-0
7 Sunderland v Arsenal 0-0
8 Millwall v Bolton Wanderers 2-2

Warspite1

Well with five games gone and three to go, its a good job no one played along with this. Out of a maximum 15 points I have precisely 1 point. Still, that's 1 more than anyone else - hussah!

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/18/2012 9:31:00 PM   
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pix above giving new meaning to the term "Free Kick" lol

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/18/2012 11:18:34 PM   
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Watched some real football. Liverpool versus Tottenham. And the game ended in a 0-0 draw. But do not let that fool you. A lot of things made this game fun to watch. The cat might have been the most exciting thing during the match. And Suarez seems to do a lot of things except to play football. How that could not have been a red card eludes me.

The cat: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGh0AV1eeY4

Suarez kick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxQhMKIe4I

See! Alot of stuff happens in proper football.



Warspite1

Not a classic by any means, but enthralling if you support Liverpool or Spurs. I thought Suarez was a very lucky boy to stay on for that kick at poor Scotty P (he really takes some punishment) - mind you - so was a strangely out of sorts Gareth Bale, who could easily have walked for pushing Agger.




Warspite1

FA Cup 5th Round this weekend Are you looking forward to it Steiner? Who is your tip for the cup this year?

I think we should invite people to guess the scores and see who gets the most right. 1 point for the correct result and 3 for a correct score.

Here's my guesses:

1 Liverpool v Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0
2 Everton v Blackpool 1-0
3 Chelsea v Birmingham City 3-1
4 Crawley Town v Stoke City 1-2
5 Stevenage v Tottenham Hotspur 1-1
6 Norwich City v Leicester City 3-0
7 Sunderland v Arsenal 0-0
8 Millwall v Bolton Wanderers 2-2

Warspite1

Well with five games gone and three to go, its a good job no one played along with this. Out of a maximum 15 points I have precisely 1 point. Still, that's 1 more than anyone else - hussah!

I was going to play along. I was just going to make a cup of tea first. Then things I needed to do just kept on comming. 14 hours or so later I am ready to continue with my originally planned day. A cup of tea and plazing my scores. Bah!

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/19/2012 8:42:17 AM   
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Orm - is this the real reason you missed the Superbowl?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17088173

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RE: seriously stupid at the Super B - 2/19/2012 3:59:32 PM   
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Are you looking forward to it Steiner? Who is your tip for the cup this year?


I am looking forward to it as much as I would a sharpened pencil through my right eye.

Tip? It helps if all your players have two legs. No charge for that advice.

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