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Bomber wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 12:51 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 9:14 am
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God is an Englishman wrote: Mon Sep 26, 2022 4:24 pm
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God is an Englishman wrote: Mon Sep 26, 2022 2:20 pm


What's happened in women's cricket?
Look up the ending of england v India. I'm sure you have the ability and capacity to find out.
You don't keep a dog and bark yourself.

Strange that you would avoid the question though, are you cooper and sunny in disguise?
The issue here is your selectiveness in pointing out whingeing in sport. england have been rampantly whingeing about something that happened within the laws of the game. So you haven't read any Australian or british sporting media over the last few days? If not, now is a time to catch up. If you have, suggest it's time for another optometrist appointment.
What's happened in women's cricket?
Involves your national team that you so highly look up to, so go on, look it up. Oh, wait a minute, such an action might show your lot up (to be whingers), so best deflect to the "can't answer questions" tactic. Hmmm, I'll let it linger a bit longer I reckon.
What happened in women's cricket?

Explain to me what happened and then I'll give you my opinion.
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Bomber wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 2:35 pm Lazy champagne

https://au.sports.yahoo.com/cricket-202 ... Ob_ztEPioS
Oh that, I assumed that something major had happened.

To Dean and England's credit, they still shook hands and congratulated India on the win, knowing that while frowned upon, the Mankad is a legitimate form of dismissal.
Heather Knight wrote:The game is over, Charlie was dismissed legitimately. India were deserved winners of the match and the series

So, can you help me find the whingeing?

My personal opinion is that whilst it's not in the spirit of cricket, it's a legitinate dismissal. Don't want to be run out, don't leave the crease.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 5:27 pm
Bomber wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 2:35 pm Lazy champagne

https://au.sports.yahoo.com/cricket-202 ... Ob_ztEPioS
Oh that, I assumed that something major had happened.

To Dean and England's credit, they still shook hands and congratulated India on the win, knowing that while frowned upon, the Mankad is a legitimate form of dismissal.
Heather Knight wrote:The game is over, Charlie was dismissed legitimately. India were deserved winners of the match and the series

So, can you help me find the whingeing?

My personal opinion is that whilst it's not in the spirit of cricket, it's a legitinate dismissal. Don't want to be run out, don't leave the crease.
You wanted to know what happened - I showed you. There were plenty english observers who spat it, or whinged, as you like to put it. Look up Piers Morgan, Stuart Broad, Jack Russell tweets to name a few. I'm sure you have the capability.
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Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 8:27 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 5:27 pm
Bomber wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 2:35 pm Lazy champagne

https://au.sports.yahoo.com/cricket-202 ... Ob_ztEPioS
Oh that, I assumed that something major had happened.

To Dean and England's credit, they still shook hands and congratulated India on the win, knowing that while frowned upon, the Mankad is a legitimate form of dismissal.
Heather Knight wrote:The game is over, Charlie was dismissed legitimately. India were deserved winners of the match and the series

So, can you help me find the whingeing?

My personal opinion is that whilst it's not in the spirit of cricket, it's a legitinate dismissal. Don't want to be run out, don't leave the crease.
You wanted to know what happened - I showed you. There were plenty english observers who spat it, or whinged, as you like to put it. Look up Piers Morgan, Stuart Broad, Jack Russell tweets to name a few. I'm sure you have the capability.

I found this. Seems you are backing up my comments that aussies don't actually understand the word "whingeing".
Stuart Broad wrote:I find the debate of the Mankad really interesting. So many views from either side. I personally wouldn’t like to win a match like that, also, very happy for others to feel differently
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He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.
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Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
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God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
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Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:05 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
The difference being - we're not suggesting we should have won. We're not blaming the refs/umpires.

Of the 3 names you gave me. Only one is whingeing, the paid to be controversial journalist.

You can do better than this.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:23 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:05 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
The difference being - we're not suggesting we should have won. We're not blaming the refs/umpires.

Of the 3 names you gave me. Only one is whingeing, the paid to be controversial journalist.

You can do better than this.
You don't have to whinge about the ref/umpires specifically to be whingeing - surely you can see that (if you choose to open the other eye).
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Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 2:58 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:23 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:05 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
The difference being - we're not suggesting we should have won. We're not blaming the refs/umpires.

Of the 3 names you gave me. Only one is whingeing, the paid to be controversial journalist.

You can do better than this.
You don't have to whinge about the ref/umpires specifically to be whingeing - surely you can see that (if you choose to open the other eye).
Number 1 - I've never said the English don't whinge, merely the aussies do it more.

Number 2 - those English comments (aside from a paid controversial journalist) are accepting the win but suggesting rule changes. The rule change is to match the centuries old convention.

It's no surprise you can't see this. Your bias is too obvious.
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oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
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Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:09 pm oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
We clearly didn't master it.

We also don't focus on it.

Both of these are the aussies.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:16 pm
Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:09 pm oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
We clearly didn't master it.

We also don't focus on it.

Both of these are the aussies.
yet you bring it up over and over , your obsession with it is overwhelming
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Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:21 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:16 pm
Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:09 pm oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
We clearly didn't master it.

We also don't focus on it.

Both of these are the aussies.
yet you bring it up over and over , your obsession with it is overwhelming

That's because I highlight when aussies do it as aussies re obsessed with the fact that everyone does it but them.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:16 pm
Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:09 pm oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
We clearly didn't master it.

We also don't focus on it.

Both of these are the aussies.
Glad you admit your a Pom. :clap:

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eagleboy wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:54 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:16 pm
Just Dave now wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:09 pm oh the whinge police is out again , the poms invented it mastered it and love to focus on it , like some sort of status symbol.
We clearly didn't master it.

We also don't focus on it.

Both of these are the aussies.
Glad you admit your a Pom. :clap:
Pretty obvious that to you lot I am.

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God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:00 pm
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 2:58 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:23 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:05 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:19 am He also added: “A terrible way to finish the game.”

Jack Russell - "I still find it pathetic that you would want to win a match by Mankad running out someone.. the rules need to change to allow a warning... if you been warned, fine, stop taking advantage....captain could have warned non-striker"

TV personality and avid cricket fan Piers Morgan quickly took to Twitter after the decision.
He tweeted: “Absolutely pathetic way to ‘win’ a cricket match. The whole India team should be ashamed of themselves."

Noticeably, GIAE adopts the ABC media approach to quote only the bits that support their bias.

As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
The difference being - we're not suggesting we should have won. We're not blaming the refs/umpires.

Of the 3 names you gave me. Only one is whingeing, the paid to be controversial journalist.

You can do better than this.
You don't have to whinge about the ref/umpires specifically to be whingeing - surely you can see that (if you choose to open the other eye).
Number 1 - I've never said the English don't whinge, merely the aussies do it more.

Number 2 - those English comments (aside from a paid controversial journalist) are accepting the win but suggesting rule changes. The rule change is to match the centuries old convention.

It's no surprise you can't see this. Your bias is too obvious.
Talk about pot/kettle. But dont despair - it is well known that those who feel the need to constantly point fingers with such accusations of whingeing are usually the ones who have the biggest trouble with it from within, and by doing so, are merely whingeing (more) themselves.
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Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:31 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 4:00 pm
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 2:58 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:23 am
Bomber wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 11:05 am
God is an Englishman wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 10:55 am


As the saying goes, you don't keep a dog.... so thanks for providing the quotes.

That was a direct quote from his twitter feed. I have not see the rest of his quote. However, it's not exactly a great way to finish is it?

Piers Morgan is paid to provide controversial opinions.

Jack Russell's is hardly a whinge here either. Suggesting that the convention of issuing a warning be written into the laws, how is that whingeing?
Maybe you need to look up the definition again. Or is it a case of people in glasshouses.......??

Bottom line - if Australia lose a game (technically within the rules) and apportion some blame elsewhere, its a whinge, according to you.
However if england dare "complain" about the manner of a sporting loss (again, technically within the rules), it's suddenly "they are paid to" or "its not really a whinge" etc etc.
Too obvious.
The difference being - we're not suggesting we should have won. We're not blaming the refs/umpires.

Of the 3 names you gave me. Only one is whingeing, the paid to be controversial journalist.

You can do better than this.
You don't have to whinge about the ref/umpires specifically to be whingeing - surely you can see that (if you choose to open the other eye).
Number 1 - I've never said the English don't whinge, merely the aussies do it more.

Number 2 - those English comments (aside from a paid controversial journalist) are accepting the win but suggesting rule changes. The rule change is to match the centuries old convention.

It's no surprise you can't see this. Your bias is too obvious.
Talk about pot/kettle. But dont despair - it is well known that those who feel the need to constantly point fingers with such accusations of whingeing are usually the ones who have the biggest trouble with it from within, and by doing so, are merely whingeing (more) themselves.

I've never heard that so not very well known. Did you make it up yourself?
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^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.
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Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:
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Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:16 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:

I thought it was spelt correctly but the phone suggested that spelling. Maybe I've spelt it wrong in the past so it went with that.

Why would I need to fend for myself? You have stated something, I have asked you to back it up. That's your job, not mine.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 3:33 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:16 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:

I thought it was spelt correctly but the phone suggested that spelling. Maybe I've spelt it wrong in the past so it went with that.

Why would I need to fend for myself? You have stated something, I have asked you to back it up. That's your job, not mine.
You have asked, doesn't mean I have to do (anything). You have a choice, either accept my word, or look it up yourself if you have any issues with it.
How did you ever pass spelling at school, assuming you did actually pass? The number of times "spell check" or "fat fingers" excuses are wearing thin.
At least if you were pissed, you'd have a decent reason.
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Re: Four nations - Rugby

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Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:11 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 3:33 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:16 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:

I thought it was spelt correctly but the phone suggested that spelling. Maybe I've spelt it wrong in the past so it went with that.

Why would I need to fend for myself? You have stated something, I have asked you to back it up. That's your job, not mine.
You have asked, doesn't mean I have to do (anything). You have a choice, either accept my word, or look it up yourself if you have any issues with it.
How did you ever pass spelling at school, assuming you did actually pass? The number of times "spell check" or "fat fingers" excuses are wearing thin.
At least if you were pissed, you'd have a decent reason.
There was no spell check on neither my English Literature or English Language exams.

As suspected, make something up and then fail to back it up. It's the "aussie" way.
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Re: Four nations - Rugby

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God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:20 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:11 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 3:33 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:16 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 10:57 am ^ you need to get out more often. Just because you aren't aware of it, is not my issue, but be thankful I picked it up and illustrated it for you. Your recent research skills have been well below par of late, so I am not that surprised.

You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:

I thought it was spelt correctly but the phone suggested that spelling. Maybe I've spelt it wrong in the past so it went with that.

Why would I need to fend for myself? You have stated something, I have asked you to back it up. That's your job, not mine.
You have asked, doesn't mean I have to do (anything). You have a choice, either accept my word, or look it up yourself if you have any issues with it.
How did you ever pass spelling at school, assuming you did actually pass? The number of times "spell check" or "fat fingers" excuses are wearing thin.
At least if you were pissed, you'd have a decent reason.
There was no spell check on neither my English Literature or English Language exams.

As suspected, make something up and then fail to back it up. It's the "aussie" way.
I'm not your lackey. You need to start doing your own homework (for many reasons) for a change.
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Re: Four nations - Rugby

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Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:23 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:20 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 4:11 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 3:33 pm
Bomber wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 1:16 pm
God is an Englishman wrote: Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:42 am


You don't keep a dog and bark yourself....


Perhaps you could direct me to this non existant research.
Its time you started to fend for yourself, or get a real pet (and learn to spell). :wave:

I thought it was spelt correctly but the phone suggested that spelling. Maybe I've spelt it wrong in the past so it went with that.

Why would I need to fend for myself? You have stated something, I have asked you to back it up. That's your job, not mine.
You have asked, doesn't mean I have to do (anything). You have a choice, either accept my word, or look it up yourself if you have any issues with it.
How did you ever pass spelling at school, assuming you did actually pass? The number of times "spell check" or "fat fingers" excuses are wearing thin.
At least if you were pissed, you'd have a decent reason.
There was no spell check on neither my English Literature or English Language exams.

As suspected, make something up and then fail to back it up. It's the "aussie" way.
I'm not your lackey. You need to start doing your own homework (for many reasons) for a change.
I'm with you on this one, I couldn't find anything to back you up either.
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Proof will be the next time you pipe up with (in your eyes) an Aussie whinge. Your obsession with it knows no bounds.
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Bomber wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 8:29 am Proof will be the next time you pipe up with (in your eyes) an Aussie whinge. Your obsession with it knows no bounds.

Still can't back it up I see.
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God is an Englishman wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 9:19 am
Bomber wrote: Fri Sep 30, 2022 8:29 am Proof will be the next time you pipe up with (in your eyes) an Aussie whinge. Your obsession with it knows no bounds.

Still can't back it up I see.
You whingeing again?
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