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 31 
 on: August 07, 2020, 05:37:10 PM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by Longines
I don't do Facebook so can't comment. I'm not sure Twitter will give you what you want, it's good for news, for following corporate stuff, for collosally niche weird stuff, for gawping at political loons but it doesn't (for me) have that community/shared history vibe of a forum.

Reddit can be good for some subjects and areas.

Personally, a lot of my forum time has migrated to pistonheads, it's essentially the blokes version of Mumsnet. High levels of traffic, lots of regulars/tropes/themes, threads on everything and anything <checks recent posts> such as the Beiruit explosion, the 1700 tons of high explosives 50 feet below the surface of the Thames, cars you didn't know existed, photography, DIY, lawn care, food, home brew and just about everything else. Full of grumpy old men so I fit right in. The news and politics threads are usually somewhat to the right of Genghis Khan and discussions on Gypsies and Travellers are horrendous but I just avoid those threads and enjoy the rest.

 32 
 on: August 07, 2020, 04:15:54 PM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by simonnatur
Thanks Boo.

My mate asked me what's so special about Yorkshire.

We are no longer friends, I can't cope with that level of stupidity.

I happened to watch an episode of the motorbike show last night which might appeal to you - it did a good job of selling Yorksire as a biking destination - on a modern Norton on a route through Otley I think

 33 
 on: August 07, 2020, 03:25:26 PM 
Started by horseplayer - Last post by bagel
great shout

all abourd the 6.20 express to wolverhampton

 34 
 on: August 07, 2020, 03:13:48 PM 
Started by mikeymike2 - Last post by Marky147
What a life!

As Matt says, take him for a couple Roulette sessions when the casinos open, and teach him quickly Cheesy

 35 
 on: August 07, 2020, 03:13:04 PM 
Started by zerofive - Last post by Marky147
Just about to head off for my 4th session of the week at 4, and glad it's the last one, as I'm in bits, lol.

My excessive takeaway use during lockdown has not done too much damage, and I only put on a stone between MyFitnessPal check-ins. I was 221 after Cheltenham in mid March, and 235 on Monday when I weighed myself.

I'm off to Turkey for 2 weeks next month, but won't be doing much apart from lazing around and working from the hotel.

My excessive mission to keep local takeaways afloat over the last 4 months has meant I've managed to concoct of dishes that aren't really cheats when eaten with an Uncle Ben's Basmati.

Deano living the dream as always, and not going to get run over in those trainers I saw the other day Grin

Hope you manage to get your hip sorted, Matt.

CBFitis is a thing, and I have it everyday when I wake up, lol. I'm sure once things return to some normality and you're not niggled it'll be better!

 36 
 on: August 07, 2020, 02:42:26 PM 
Started by horseplayer - Last post by bagel
6.20 Wolv. En Famille 9/2  - hoping to show improved performance on surface for which some encouragement from sire stats, trainer also has very good stats with visor (from a small sample)

2.55 Sandown small e/w bets on Delicate Kiss and Casement  16 and 22/1 currently

had a little dabble at 22 and 30

fingers crossed and thanks for posting

 37 
 on: August 07, 2020, 01:56:48 PM 
Started by zerofive - Last post by EvilPie
So I've done less since the gyms re-opened than I was doing before.

I'm really struggling to get back in to a routine and also got hampered by having a cold last week which meant I couldn't go. Also got my dreaded hip issue flaring up again to further reinforce the can't be arsed attitude.

I've been trying to do a few press ups and managed a little shoulder session in my garage but it's really not great at the moment.

I have to be honest if I didn't have a training partner there's zero chance I'd be going tomorrow. I desperately need to get back in to the routine as soon as I possibly can.

Hope everyone else is doing better than me.

 38 
 on: August 07, 2020, 01:52:23 PM 
Started by mikeymike2 - Last post by EvilPie
My GFS son brand new to poker has won 2-3 $3-$5 buyins $1200-$1500 wins
So he had an odd $20 n put on a slot $1 auto spins at tenth spin he won a scratch card n revealed $12855.52
$500 on a 5-1 sure fire ? Horse won by a neck
It’s all downhill from now
Fair play to him he’s cashed out $18 k


Probably the worst possible way to start a gambling 'career'.

Hopefully you can help explain the realities of it all to him.....

 39 
 on: August 07, 2020, 09:27:01 AM 
Started by horseplayer - Last post by simonnatur
6.20 Wolv. En Famille 9/2  - hoping to show improved performance on surface for which some encouragement from sire stats, trainer also has very good stats with visor (from a small sample)

2.55 Sandown small e/w bets on Delicate Kiss and Casement  16 and 22/1 currently

 40 
 on: August 06, 2020, 08:26:58 PM 
Started by mikeymike2 - Last post by tonytats
My GFS son brand new to poker has won 2-3 $3-$5 buyins $1200-$1500 wins
So he had an odd $20 n put on a slot $1 auto spins at tenth spin he won a scratch card n revealed $12855.52
$500 on a 5-1 sure fire ? Horse won by a neck
It’s all downhill from now
Fair play to him he’s cashed out $18 k

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