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ForzaDundee

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ForzaDundee last won the day on March 30 2015

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About ForzaDundee

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  1. Kazakhstan V Scotland

    Ban all England based players.
  2. Dundee v Celtic

    Minter from Lennon reacting like that against Dundee. We're a bigger club than the likes of Killie, Motherwell etc but still hardly a scalp.
  3. Dundee v Celtic

    Raging but at least we are a bigger club than Killie and also bigger than St Mirren and Hamilton combined.
  4. Dundee v Celtic

    If Celtic were up it would be 3 minutes added time so why have they added 6?
  5. Dundee v Celtic

    Hope Dundee win this but not bothered either way.
  6. All things Dundee FC

    What an honour to play Celtic on St Paddy's day and welcome the Irish diaspora to Dens Park to celebrate this special day.
  7. Anyone mind that #WeAreAllJimSpence
  8. All things Dundee FC

    Nelmsy's welcome fae tomorrow's edition of "The Dee", Dundee FC's official matchday magazine. Pick up your copy for only £3.
  9. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    Do you not think it's a bit weird saying there are "problems" with him. You might disagree with some stuff he says but how is this a problem? I often disagree with people but I never think to use that language, I just tell them I disagree and why. If everyone agreed on everything then we'd have problems because existence would be boring. (Would existence even exist? Like if we were just a hivemind of collective intelligence with no freewill or unconforming opinions would we even technically exist. Like Rene Descartes said "I think, therefore I am".)
  10. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    I don't think anyone has a defined role. People can dae whatever they please and make your own successes/mistakes. If your asking what is the role of women in the traditional family model, it's pretty obviously home-making and care-giving for children. If a women chooses to live like this (like many, many do) then they should be encouraged and supported in their choice as it obviously has great outcomes for the children. Women shouldn't feel pressured to keep a career if they don't want to and if the option to not work is available, then what's the point in working? Also men could also choose to do this role but obviously it's usually the women who have a biological advantage when it comes to care-given so it's usually best to play to that strength. It's unfortunate that Nicola Sturgeon wasn't able to have a child as I think she would've been a great mother. If I'm lucky enough to have a daughter I might suggest to my wife that she's named Nicola as I couldn't think of a better female role model.
  11. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    Well there might be some truth to that. Started listening to Joe Rogan almost immediately after I got banned from on here. I don't read the comments though.
  12. Pyramid 2019/2020

    There's amateur teams in Dundee who would do well in the Highland League. They'd do well in the Juniors too but that's not the point.
  13. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    I've changed the signature now. Time to move on.
  14. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    The quote was "He also said all he wanted was to get a job, get married and have kids and told me he was very traditional" She is making this out to be a bad thing for some reason. It is up to him to decide what he does with his life. If he wants to simply work and provide a happy life for his wife and kids then he should be allowed to look for this. It's not an us vs them thing like the women is making it out to be. Also it seems a pretty, down-to-earth and self-less life ambition. Perhaps it could be the most fulfilling life possible - hence why the topboys back in the day organised society in this way when they wrote the rulebooks (bible and quran etc.).
  15. The normalisation of the far-right continues

    Apologies, I logged on yesterday for the first time in 5 year as I've been banned for a long time. The signature is from Indyref/pre-2015 General Election. Simpler times, when all that seemed to matter was whether you were Yes or No. I still support the SNP but not in everything.
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