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  1. bunbury61

    Do you believe Prince Andrew ?

    With all due respect - dont comment on the story then - simple You give the impression you think prince andrew was a bit of a lad - fair enough . But ,as I told you when all this first came out - this isnt that . This may be having sex with underage girls . The one girl was 17 , prince andrew would have been how old ? - that's bad enough . But allegedly 8 girls were taken to Epstein s private island for sex , and allegedly prince andrew was there . Epstein liked YOUNG GIRLS - NOT YOUNG WOMEN !
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    Do you believe Prince Andrew ?

    Sorry paul , that's absolute bs . Have you seen the interview . The accusations are that he was mates with a bloke who had a hankering for under age girls . Some of whom were trafficked for their pleasure . Epstein certainly had sex with women under 18, probably under the age of 16 . Did prince andrew know about this during their friendship ? Was he involved ?
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    2020 Prediction thread. 🔮🧛

    My wife had her picked from day one . My wife - Dont like her , theres something about her , she will split the family , and they will move to the u.s - and it wont last And I posted it a while back , And now it looks pretty accurate
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    Do you believe Prince Andrew ?

    I dont believe him , and that interview was a car crash - but I wouldn't be gleaning anything from the crown either to be honest
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    What do you wish you had but never will?

    So kind tony - but blues have never ever ever reached their potential- and it's probably gone now . We have a great solid working class brummie supporter base - but that's it . I dont know if the supporter base numbers are still there . The premiership doesn't suit us , unless we had some rich owners , like yourselves . I wonder how many city fans preferred the days of struggle with goater and dickov ? Theres a great documentary on sky about citys struggles in the 90s - and those 2 late goals at wembley that changed their destiny in the play offs against gillingham . One true story about city that I rely admire - they were struggling in the championship . They had some good players but they were shite - they came to st Andrew's in97 - 98 - 99 ? Just before xmas , in the cold and rain and brought 4,500 fans -unbelievable . What's the song " we are not , we are not really here " Around the same time utd were winning the treble
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    Returning to UK

    It's funny I was sat in company - 3 of us blokes having a beer after the crowd thinned out . And one of the lads I was with ,is all for leaving - upping sticks with his family and moving to spain or u.s or oz - but he is very close to his mom and dad As he was going on - I wanted to say ," mate you havent got a clue what is required " ," you cant pop around to mom and dads for a cup of tea when you are 12,000 miles away " - but I didnt say anything . Even if you are single minded and bloody selfish - if you are close to your family ,you will have a battle on your hands , making a go of it - and all respect to those that have
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    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    The germans are brilliant arent they ? Like the stuttgart 21 rail project - look it up Billions of euros over budget - a disaster , and still not finished- if this happened here there would be uproar - especially when we have succeeded with something similar , with crossrail . I have travelled extensively in germany , and I have seen nothing massively different or better than what goes on in britain . We were even involved in an accident on the auto bahn, and the way the scene was handled was vastly inferior to the way an accident would be handled here . Their vehicles are ahead of ours - but they would be . After ww2 the germans and the japanese couldn't re arm so they turned their attention to building cars - very good ones at that . At the same time the brits and americans took their eye off the ball , complacency reigned . Let's just get out of the e.u , and britain can find its feet and identity once again . In reference to Elon musk and his vehicles , the jaguar I pace is at least its equal . When all the major car companies switch to ev , Tesla s time may well be up . Every country in europe has something to offer , and britain has more than most. I love europe , but have never returned to solihull wishing I could live somewhere else in europe , especially germany .
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    What do you wish you had but never will?

    David Clifford, - best player in ireland - he was there last night - lovely bloke
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    What do you wish you had but never will?

    Good night last night - Some of the brummie/ irish lads had visitors over from ireland , and they had gone to cheltenham races , but it was called off - so this huge group of blokes come back to our local . Apparently 6 of these blokes weren't no ordinary blokes , but 1st team players for Kerry- who have just been in the all ireland final - against dublin ? This was a deserved break for them - plus in our pub , they were unknown , and left alone . Great craic last night - telling them to stop supporting man utd , celtic , villa or liverpool , and get behind the " peaky blinders" and follow the blues They were off to see the wolf tones, whilst this old boy was off to bed
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    What do you wish you had but never will?

    No no - I certainly wouldn't say that tony - I support birmingham city for a start bloody hell . You asked what do I wish I had but never will - nothing . I have spent the last 25 years in the tumble dryer of life mate , but during that , I have made the best of it , and done it all . Do I wish for a bigger house ,- no Do I wish for a Ferrari - no Do I secretly wish for another partner - no , my wife is so bloody pretty , and a great friend - as the lads say - I rolled a six when I met her . She has given me 2 stunning daughters - who are a pain in the arse - but I love them dearly . My life isnt " hollywood " BUT IAM EXACTLY WHERE I NEED TO BE RIGHT NOW , SOMETIMES THAT ISNT WHERE I WANT TO BE - BUT WHERE LIFE NEEDS ME TO BE AT THIS MOMENT . So I dont wish for anything , it's all coming to me anyway , so I will just put my feet up
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    It’s pouring!!!!!!

    That's the one thing we never have to worry about here ,- plenty of rain Lots of stuff on the news here from nsw and qld - it looks horrendous . We've got the other end of the scale - the flooding has been going on since last friday in the east midlands and yorkshire . My brother is a hgv driver , and I went out with him last thursday night , and we had a 20 mile detour near mansfield because of flooding . It could be worse , we could be in venice . Apparently we all better get used to it .
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    Returning to UK

    My post is probably different from anyone elses . Truth is , I could live in either place - 6 months a year in each would do me . Australia was very good to us , I have no issues there , whatsoever . I have another 2 siblings in australia - at one time we were all there - with 6 children between us . Mom and dad were in england , and didnt see any of us , as we were 12 ,000 miles away . We came back on holiday in 94 , and I could see what was coming . Our 4 parents were getting older with no support network - it just didnt sit right with me , and still doesn't. We came back , and have got landed with the full weight of responsibility . 3 of our parents have now died My mom is alive and in her 90s my wife and daughters were at my wifes sisters bedside in may , right at the end , when she died with stage 4 cancer , this year ,aged 56 . My wife cared for her every night for 4 months , as she didnt want to leave her home - So we have been through the mill - hammered emotionally and financially . But do I have any regrets - no I dont - as I said on one of Tony mans posts It's funny, as the youngest sibling , you are sort of overlooked - but who would have thought I would end up the strongest , physically and emotionally . The saddest part of all - I have no time for my siblings now - we used to be close - but that's a door shut , that will never be reopened On the upside , as I have mentioned many times ,the u.k has given my kids a fantastic education in solihull . We have been all over the world from the u.k ,- europe especially - and it's been bloody fantastic . You cannot buy the memories we have - that alone has made it worth it . We have lived our lives at the front end - spent the money and travelled whilst we were all fit and able . I didnt want to be shuffling around paris , Vienna or Budapest when I can hardly get about . So that's all in the bank now . Who knows what happens after mom dies ? But I look in the mirror every morning , and I can live with myself - I know my dad is up there , proud of me , and that's good enough .
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    UK General Election Predictor

    Bloody hell who cut her hair - Jim's mowing That could be our next chancellor of the exchequer