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harry94 last won the day on June 5 2013

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  1. All things Dundee FC

    James McPake literally destroyed them with that equaliser.
  2. Dundee United 2018/2019

    That video is sensational. I've never seen a club endorse an opinion that boils down to 'uninspiring on paper and might be shite as his last club hated him but might be guid'.
  3. All things Dundee FC

    The majority of these players aren't really at a stage where they go from youth football to top-flight football in an instant, usually they go further down the leagues first. Nesbitt was very similarly described and rated but his loan to Thistle showed he wasn't near mature enough. I think we've got a lot of youth anyway so I'd rather we focus on what we have and then look at some experience to bring up the age of the squad. I still think we're missing an experienced versatile clogger tbh - we've not really had one since McAlister.
  4. What is the point of Labour

    By hiding from the argument of single market access and being too scared to have an intellectual debate with their base; they will ensure that we'll be entering the second quarter of the 21st century with potentially record amounts of poverty and more pressure on public spending. The clock is ticking and they certainly have the numbers to force through a move like this but they are choosing to sit it out and are scared of telling people they are wrong.
  5. What is the point of Labour

    It's not really up for dispute that Scottish Labour was running on a 'stop indyref 2' campaign and I think it's not unfair to consider that this feeds into the idea of Labour being relatively light on the Conservatives'. I maybe wouldn't have gone as far as what the poster has said but when you are aligning yourself in this way and telling your supporters that this is a number one issue, it's not an outrageous implication.
  6. What is the point of Labour

    What is a British nationalist?
  7. What is the point of Labour

    I'm certainly not a Corbyn fan but you're just resorting to infantile namecalling. He's expressed on multiple occasions that if the Scottish people want a referendum, he thinks Westminster should not object. He's certainly in favour of retaining the union and argues that with the current plans the Scottish people will be poorer, even than under the most right wing Conservative government. This is a very common point raised by the no campaign that must be countered in a factual way and it's no use just equating everyone you don't like together because these are the points that really need to be addressed.
  8. All things Dundee FC

    I'm not saying it's fair but Paul McGowan isn't employed to educate children in an academic environment. He's got economic worth as a footballer and will do until his ability drops or the club are otherwise impacted (such as when movements are often made against clubs that attempt to employ sex offenders who are generally associated with having particularly high levels of victim impact and also carries that additional emotive human instinct). If you're working in a specialised area and your skills are in demand, you will always be given that bit more. I can think of in the financial sector in particular where it seems quite common for people to be jailed or convicted of serious crimes but keep their jobs. If they've got a contact book, that alone could be enough to keep them on board. He's a thick wee p***k who maybe has an undiagnosed condition or two but there is a reason he's not went to jail (the victim impact has never been considered high beyond having to pay a few hundred pounds in compensation). Compared to the debate about the moral argument of the likes of Declan Gallagher to play football (who had a huge impact in inflicting life-altering injuries to his victim), it's a different universe entirely. I personally do think there is a line where this sort of stuff is untenable to continue with but I think McGowan falls far short of this tbh.
  9. andriod boxes / Kodi

    Don't bother with IPTV; it's more trouble than it's worth and it costs money as well. PTP using plexus is where it's at. Just go on Reddit or something around kick off time and you'll get dozens of links for any sporting match. Just set up some app so you can control the box using your phone and paste one of the links in. The first time setting it up is a bit annoying but it's definitely worth it. I have a pretty shitty internet connection and it's always been HD quality which is pretty remarkable for something that is free. When it does lag which is very occasional for me, the app doesn't do the annoying thing where it jumps about; it just takes a pause and then continues.
  10. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    It would be true Theresa May style if she intentionally supported these amendments to lose and made an arse of it somehow. I wonder where the missing Labour MPs were. The one good bit of progress that the government made in at least having a plan with some bits of realism in it (enough to have the Irish government and EU in general talk constructively about) and they've just killed it in a matter of days. Mental.
  11. Next Tory leader /Prime minister

    May will hold on IMO. Her biggest strength is no one else actually wants to do the job and the party are such a clusterfuck that 159 Tory MPs would not unite against her.
  12. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    I always think that the best way to preserve the democratic process is to elevate an unelected official, who is being investigated as a person of interest as susceptible to corruption in relation to foreign interference, to the highest office in the land.
  13. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    Probably not but it still is the only plan that is actually actionable and it's quite likely a majority of MPs are in favour (even if their constituents aren't which is a problem I'll concede). It wouldn't be a huge surprise to me if this did make an appearance again with some new branding (i.e. calling it a transition).
  14. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    They'd never ever vote against a confidence motion of the government itself, that'd be batshit crazy even by their standards. They'd be held responsible for an election which could put Corbyn in power. The only way the government collapses before the general election is voluntarily (which is unlikely after the last debacle) or by-election defeats. It's just not happening. May might go and there may be multiple PMs but the Conservative government will stay in power in one form or another.