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 on: Today at 06:54:23 PM 
Started by mikeymike - Last post by arbboy
Worse casino I have ever been in and it is not even close was annabells in Leicester. Was privately owned in the 1990s til they sold out to Stanley's. I was a reg in the mid/late 1990s during my uni degen days and It was a great gambling den full of proper old school bundles of cash type punters but the standard of service and cleanliness was shocking beyond belief. Willie Thorne was a bit of a reg in those days as well.  In a back street in Leicester. No Idea if the place still exists. I would imagine it doesn't.  Stanley's never spent a penny on it to improve it when they bought it and I would imagine genting just closed it when they bought Stanley a few years ago.  

Any other blondes ever frequent the gaff back in the day? No poker back then just a spit and sawdust punting den.  Full of proper casino characters who have probably been on Jeremy Kyle over the past ten years.

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 on: Today at 06:50:28 PM 
Started by mikeymike - Last post by mikeymike
IMO -

The best casino i have been to for food is in Cadiz - in southern spain - great food - great staff and a generally good vibe - imo better than Barcelona.

Cant remember the name but the casino round the corner from the Bristol hotel in Vienna also had a great vibe.

The casion in Montreal i thought was pretty rubbish and without doubt the worst casino i have been to was on the Australian Gold Coast - the carpets were swimming in beer and the whole place stank - walked in - walked round - walked out.


 13 
 on: Today at 06:28:51 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by TightEnd
Ronnie now 3/1, Trump new favourite 5/2 fwiw

 14 
 on: Today at 06:16:49 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by AndrewT
Finished the 2nd Danny Baker book yesterday and, for me, it suffers a bit in comparison to the first one because he's told a few of the stories on his radio show before, so I was already familiar with them.

Tikay, you are right in that he writes exactly as he speaks.

 15 
 on: Today at 06:10:56 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by AndrewT
Dragonforce

They rose to fame in the mid noughties and were well known for their outrageously fast guitar sounds mixed with an electronic sound. As a young teen I fell in love with their music, and I'm sure if you've ever tried to play their songs on some of the old Guitar Hero games you'd have been left wondering how they managed to play with such speed on a real guitar, let a lone a 5 button playstation guitar!

I had never heard of Dragonforce until a few weeks ago, when someone sent me the link to this


 16 
 on: Today at 06:07:20 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by AndrewT
We shall have to agree to differ.

Seeing such civility makes me proud of Blonde.

 17 
 on: Today at 06:07:03 PM 
Started by toddswain - Last post by david3103
Agueroooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, it was one of life's perfect moments seeing all the scum fans celebrations turn to tears.

Predictable as ever.

Sad though, this preoccupation you seem to have. Must be years of being a Leeds supporter that has made you so sour.

 18 
 on: Today at 06:01:28 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by dakky
"A woman who set a "honey trap" for a professional gambler who was kicked to death for his winnings has been jailed for 16 years.
Leonie Granger from Gillingham, Kent, was sentenced at the Old Bailey having been found guilty of manslaughter.
Her boyfriend Kyrron Jackson, 28, and his friend Nicholas Chandler, 29, were found guilty of murder and jailed for life with a minimum term of 36 years."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-32495927

 19 
 on: Today at 05:59:46 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by david3103

Where do we see the flag of St George?

England football fans on tour. Hooligans. Yobs on holiday in Ibiza. People who you'd cross the road to avoid if they were walking towards you.

EDL marches. They drape themselves with the thing. Do a google image search of "EDL March" if you don't believe me.

It's got to the point when I see the Flag of St George flown outside someone's house, I assume they are a far right bigot.

The Union Jack hasn't quite got the same stigma for me. But it's headed that way.

My Father flew the St George Cross during the last couple of World Cups he was around for. He was as far from being a far right bigot as it is possible to be. Indeed, if the world had more people like my Dad it would be a far better place.

Making such assumptions about people based on the flag they fly isn't that far removed from judging people based on their skin colour or accent.

You're right of course.

But since I was little I have never really understood nationalism or patriotism.

People are quite entitled to feel proud of their or their families accomplishments, but why would anyone be proud to to be English or British?

I've always thought it is nonsensical.

It is purely an accident of birth where you are born, why be proud of that?

Are you proud of any of your heritage Keith?

My parents were both very loyal supporters of the Boys' Brigade and Girls' Brigade. They gave countless hours in providing a purpose for the young people in their care.
They were solid church going folk and spent a lot of their lives helping others.
Dad was still active in these regards into his eighties.
I'm proud of what they did.

I'm also proud to be part of the nation that gave the world so much.
Proud of Magna Carta, proud that our Parliament provided the model for much of the world.
Proud of Shakespeare.
Proud that our little country was the foremost innovator in the Industrial Revolution.
Proud of Churchhill and proud that this small nation opened it's doors to the world.


I'm proud to be British too. Proud of the part that the Scots played in creating so much of the modern world. Proud that the Irish played their part and the Welsh.

So why shouldn't the St George Flag and the Union Flag be flown by those of us who have that pride? Why shouldn't we reclaim them from the bigots, the racists and the thugs?


I'm proud of *my* heritage, yes.

And anyone is quite entitled to be proud of the good deeds of their parents/family.

But why would you be "proud" of the bolded bit? They hadn't nothing to do with you.

In the dictionary "proud" is defined as "feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one's own achievements, qualities, or possessions or those of someone with whom one is closely associated.".

I respect the work of Shakespeare, I'm impressed at the industrial revolution and although he was probably a bit of dick, I quite admire Churchill's leadership during the war.

But I am not proud of any of them.



We shall have to agree to differ.


 20 
 on: Today at 05:57:47 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Knottikay
Hawkins in a very nice groove at the moment against Robertson.

Been watching him on line while busy at work. Nice to see him playing now with no fear. I like how Robertson just potted his ONLY ball of the 2nd 4 frames after their mid session interval so it didnt appear a whitewash in points scored. Quality.

I agree that Ronnie doesnt look like a champion with his current moody swings....as per.

Mcgill still available at 16/1 e/w for the Championship......

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