Stroller
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Stroller

Well-Known Member, Male, 66, from Eastcote

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 25, 1954 (Age: 66)
    Location:
    Eastcote
    Brought up in Harlesden, so QPR my local club and a fan from early years. Early QPR memories: FA cup game at White City against Hinckley, winning 7-2. John Collins hat-trick against Hull City in 1965 (?) when we were behind three times. In the 60s, my grandfather, a retired policeman, worked at Wembley as security officer. He would sneak me and my brother into games and we would stand on the shelf above the players tunnel. Saw many England games as a kid including 9-3 v Scotland and all 1966 World Cup games. Best Wembley memory though was the league cup final in '67. Favourite all-time QPR player - Rodney Marsh. Nowadays season-ticket holder in SA Road with my son and some pals from Harlesden days.

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    The fact that the stupid person is often stubborn must not blind us to the fact that he is not independent. In conversation with him, one virtually feels that one is dealing not at all with a person, but with slogans, catchwords and the like that have taken possession of him. He is under a spell, blinded, misused, and abused in his very being. Having thus become a mindless tool, the stupid person will also be capable of any evil and at the same time incapable of seeing that it is evil. This is where the danger of diabolical misuse lurks, for it is this that can once and for all destroy human beings.