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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Dr.Stanley O'Google, HCFC, Nov 20, 2015.
75 years (in June) since the death of this man whose inventions we still get the benefits of today. Ashamed to say I wasn't aware of his contributions to stereo and TV before being killed in the service of his country. Some people pack a lot into their relatively short lives.
We certainly have produced, for a relatively small country, more than our fair share of people who invented things which changed our lives.
Someone whose passing deserves more attention than a vacuous celeb.
What a different generation. After what he suffered 2 weeks leave and back to work. Compare that to nowadays. Puts us to shame. Then to lose your wife after 2 years to cancer. So glad he found someone else to spend so many years with.
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BREAKING: Liverpool football club have banned The Sun over the paper's notorious coverage of Hillsborough under the headline The Truth.
That took a while...
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I genuinely don't get this
I agree with it mind you...but why now?
Apparently, they've been coming under increasing pressure to do this, since the outcome of the inquest.
Should have done it straight after the inquest though
That's shocking - what about the children and those there just for the football? I see points being deducted, and hopefully, banning orders handed out. Not at my club, thank you very much.
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How many died because of inhaling fumes? How many were hospitalised due to respiratory problems? How many died due to the conflagration caused by these smoke flares? How many were crushed to death in the stampede to escape? We need to know.
Meanwhile one flare at a City game and fans have a nervous breakdown and Inspector Pantsdown spends hundreds of man hours and a fortune tracking the culprit down and getting them banned, even at an away game when the home team's coppers aren't bothered.
Bit late in the day, but Meat is Murder by The Smiths came out 32 years ago today.
Is this the same Sagbo we knew.
JT's first car, not bad for his first one.
So, it turns out that £160 per week wasn't his wages, but his insurance quote.