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  1. They definitely cheated! I can't remember which documentary Visconti talks about it. The sound, I agree, is amazing.
  2. Absolutely! First album I ever bought - Live and Dangerous - although Visconti later said only the drums were - they overdubbed everything else...
  3. Not much! I was merely drawing attention to the fact that there were many leavers up there, too, and that, in a system where each vote counts, that was as decisive as leavers in Wales and England. London, as I said, can feel equally aggrieved - and probably does!
  4. If the whole of Scotland had indeed voted to remain, the referendum result would have swung the other way! 38% of Scotland voted to leave (1,018,322) so there were, in fact, more leavers there than in Wales (854,572). London could feel equally aggrieved as 59.9% wanted to remain. There was also a national turnout of only 72.2%. The 27.8% could have swung it for remain.
  5. If we're swapping him for any of our useless players (quite a few of those), I'm all for it, but he's 28 and not that great and I don't want to add another aging, useless player to the mix.
  6. We're absolutely crying out for one, aren't we? Unbelievable root and branch incompetence from top to bottom. Furious.
  7. Indeed! This may be of interest: Law 12 of the FA Rule book. Some changes were made in the Ferguson era, I think. Direct and indirect free kicks and penalty kicks can only be awarded for offences committed when the ball is in play. Or, in the case of Manchester United, when a ball is no longer in play and the game has ended. Direct free kick A direct free kick is awarded if a player commits any of the following offences against an opponent in a manner considered by the referee to be careless, reckless or using excessive force: charges jumps at
  8. Any chance of signing Var from United? His link-up play with Fernandes has been exceptional.
  9. Hancock shouldn't be boasting about anything but RL is also wrong. The lady behind the Oxford vaccine is Professor Sarah Gilbert. Pascal Soriot is the CEO of AZ. ‘You just get on with it’: The Oxford professor carrying the world’s hopes of a coronavirus vaccine | The Independent | The Independent
  10. If you're still on the board in 20 years' time, we may have a clearer picture for you, Mark. I don't think it will be 'over' for a good long while. Left and Right will be disseminating the 2000 pages and spinning it whichever way they want. The saddest part is the animus that has arisen from it (the conflict on the forum a stark microcosm of that). I don't think there can be any satisfaction derived from that.
  11. Are we trying to score? The midfield will get overrun and we have Cenk upfront - need Holgate or Doucoure in the middle, at least - and we have to play DCL, surely!
  12. In Gylfi's case, I guess that would be the reverse spacetime dimension, where he convinces himself he has both when he has neither.
  13. I'm not sure what to believe on any issue at the moment - so much misinformation around. But Fauci, at least, appears to be okay with the UK approach now- which is reassuring. Fauci apologises for saying UK 'rushed' vaccine - BBC News "I have a great deal of confidence in what the UK does both scientifically and from a regulator standpoint," Dr Fauci told the BBC on Thursday. "Our process is one that takes more time than it takes in the UK. And that's just the reality," Dr Fauci told the BBC. "I did not mean to imply any sloppiness even though it came out that way."
  14. Just seen an interview on the BBC News. He has rowed back on his original comments now.
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