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auntie doris

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  1. auntie doris

    ITV Trigger point

    Very good...easier to understand than Line of Duty. Half the met officers are black, in reality they only make up less than 4 % of the force.
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    60 most difficult sports....

    Doing alright at the moment though, GB World Champions. Briggo said Mauger and him had to succeed in Britain, travelling from NZ. The Poles and Russians had state sponsorship but not the same will to win as Briggo and Mauger.
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    Bath 7 Leinster 64
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    Speedway Star 1974 teams

    A map on Facebook from the Star showing the teams competing that season. 12 still running, 25 closed. Plus Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Redcar, Plymouth are now running. Hardly any southern teams left now. Oxford return.
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    What Offends Me And/or Gets On My .....

    You've obviously got the Cornish version
  6. auntie doris

    Football 2021/22

    As an ex-Arse fan have to agree. They have about 12 players out, only one with Covid. 4 are in Africa, 7 injured. They could still have fielded a strongish X1. If they hadn't have had to play Spurs and Liverpool in next week, and it was Norwich and Burnley instead they may have played.
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    60 most difficult sports....

    What a load of bollox...cheerleader for Borussia Monchengladbach, or Hamilton Academicals, Brighton and Hove Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Inverness Caledonian Thistle is very difficult..give us a I
  8. auntie doris

    Football 2021/22

    But Leeds had their full team out
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    Football 2021/22

    City 13 points clear of Chelsea, its all over now. Just shows what you can achieve with determination, skill, and billions of pounds of dosh. The Premier is too predictable Arsenal game at Spuds called off. Can't see Burnley surviving with Woody signing for Magpies. Good wins for local sides Swindon and Cirencester Town, now top of the table.
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    Meat Loaf has turned vegan..now known as Malt Loaf
  11. auntie doris

    Football 2021/22

    Chroist..Cambridge knock out Newcastle, in front of full house, and 5000 Cambridge fans! Kiddyminster shock Reading. Wood ko Wimbledon. Hart win battle of the pools.
  12. auntie doris

    Football 2021/22

    Good effort Town, scored against Mad City, something Mad United haven't done in last 4 games. 10 internationals playing but Cole Palmer was best on pitch. 15000 sell-out gives them about 400,000 quid. Feisty Souf London derby at The Den, Palace class too much for the Wall. Disgraceful homophobic chants aimed at Conor Gallagher.
  13. auntie doris

    Well Done Tony Blair

    Tory Blair won many middle-class voters over. But Corbyn lost working class voters. Hard to believe Swindon had 2 Labour Mps under Blair, solid Tory seats now.
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    Well Done Tony Blair

    Blair was a good P.M.but him and Brown opened the floodgates for immigration. Must have been the last time I voted Labour, poor leaders since for the red party. Churchill, Atlee and Lloyd George were better IMO.
  15. auntie doris

    Football 2021/22

    And some non-league players have to work over Xmas and still play a couple of games in 5 days over the festive period, for just a few quid. These fancy dan, namby pamby, spoilt Premier stars should get on with it, with their 150 grand a week salaries, personal chefs, and silly aircuts. Good to see some bumper non-league crowds.Fans are fed up with being milked by some league clubs.

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