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You know those TripAdvisor reviews that give a hole in the wall four stars...
at 23:31 25 Feb 2020

Get busy lads
Serious point, wash your hands - anything else you should wash at the urinals?
at 10:44 25 Feb 2020

Serious point, wash your hands - anything else you should wash at the urinals?

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Is it sexist to be concerned about the poor women?
at 08:01 25 Feb 2020

I feel a particular outrage about the way these vulnerable (due to the economics of the workplace as well as being put down socially) people have had their lives worsened and shortened since George Osborne and his successors came to the Treasury, more so than I do about men in the same position.

It's not just an English thing either (although no doubt the SNP say they have had their hands tied by Westminster):
Damn right I've got the blues
at 10:27 24 Feb 2020

As emotional support I doubt whether many would disagree that music is more reliable than football and I know we have a few blueshounds drop into TWTD from time to time so I thought I would recommend this watch. I f anyone has a couple of hours to spare in the next week:

If you do miss it I also noticed quite a few other programmes featuring venerable blues musicians on the Arena strand, but this one has Jack Black from The White Stripes using a sewing machine.

[edit] Meant to add that it is amazing to me that the amplifier has only been around on this Earth for less than one hundred and ten years. And the programme dates from 2016, missed it first time around but glad I caught it now.
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Bl00dy Jurgen Klopp going around being decent
at 07:16 21 Feb 2020

'we have lost games in the past and we will lose games in the future because that is football' - idea for something to scrawl on the next bedsheet protest?
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Social media and football make strange bedfellows, in Barcelona at least
at 19:12 17 Feb 2020

Player is commencing contract negotiations, owner uses third party organisation to launch demeaning messages, makes you wonder...
So, XR, there's mud in
at 18:17 17 Feb 2020

Digging up a university lawn in Cambridge and then carting the mud in wheelbarras to the nearest branch of Barclays is less extreme than trying to stop the city but does it help or hinder the cause?

It is to do with Trinity turning a farm in Trimley St. Mary into a lorry park for Felixstowe Port.
Mischievous Monday morning question - which Town player do think
at 08:45 17 Feb 2020

would celebrate too early?
A King Edward, that's're just a common tater
at 21:06 15 Feb 2020

Where the f is ericclacton these days? And, as Radio Suffolk did remember to flick the off switch and not broadcast beyond the county can someone tell me if Brenner behaved himself today?

Doesn't really matter, does it? We won and by a proper score.
I'm not saying that Lambert should get the push, but...
at 16:50 13 Feb 2020

What if Joe Royle could be persuaded to take him out on the lash tomorrow night, get him into the most positive of 'they score five, fine, we'll score six' moods. Then deposit the squad in a freshly dug earthen tunnel, actually make them dig it, and at ten to three on Saturday Royle drops Lambert off at the ground and Lambert goes to the mouth of the tunnel to start his team talk with 'Come on lads, we can win this'...
It has been mentioned elsewhere that El Mizouni scored tonight
at 22:22 11 Feb 2020

Goal! Scunthorpe United 0, Cambridge United 1. Idris El Mizouni (Cambridge United) from a free kick with a right footed shot to the top right corner.

but here's a blast from the past:

Substitution, Cambridge United. Reggie Lambe replaces Liam O'Neil because of an injury.
Yep, football can be cruel but at least it isn't snooker. There again, prog jazz
at 08:48 9 Feb 2020

I knew Steve Davis was into Magma but this opens up his interest even more surprisingly:

Might be a few years old, he recommends this new thing called MySpace.
Wonderful celebration of official leaving of EU from surprising source
at 13:17 3 Feb 2020
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
at 07:51 31 Jan 2020

Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
To the last syllable of recorded time,
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death.
Out, out, brief candle!
Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage
And then is heard no more: it is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.
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For the few of us who are keeping an eye on Iranian affairs
at 16:25 27 Jan 2020

With the usual caveat about where Al Jazeera's sympathies might lie I still found this an illuminating background piece to recent events.

As an aside, I was surprised to see an apparent joint effort by Putin and Merkel towards repatriation of the remains of those who lost their lives in the Ukrainian airliner reported here in Japan, not sure that got much coverage in the United Kingdom.
R I P Terry Jones
at 12:46 22 Jan 2020

BBC have just announced the death of one of the Python's leading lights.
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