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#34244 Apr 21, 2014
tallyho wrote:
what a lovely basket there El, Easter ..... just tease r a very nice feline
HA HA! Aw don't go hurting Dai's feelings there, lol

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#34245 Apr 21, 2014
Hope everybody has an awesome day..Be careful and safe!!!

“near Halloween.”

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#34246 Apr 21, 2014
Princess Hey wrote:
Hope everybody has an awesome day..Be careful and safe!!!
Thanks El.
And TRUE never can advise enough on safety..

FYI

Read that BRYAN CRANSTON has a dog
Named SUGAR that he homed from
an animal shelter..

Also 'twas mentioned that he> Bryan and 'Jesse' are
Very close friends in real life..

“near Halloween.”

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#34247 Apr 21, 2014
Hi Tally and Princess Hey

Hope you are both enjoying the laid back days of Easter.

Regards also.... to the regulars who write here.
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Munith, MI

#34249 Apr 21, 2014
bazinga

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Liverpool, UK

#34250 Apr 22, 2014
I expect it was inevitable.....feel dreadfully sorry for this man, David Moyes.
He has been sacked this morning.
Here is an excerpt from 'The Telegraph' about his treating the squad to a
vacation in Australia in order to get to know each other.

"Having left behind the frenzy of Bangkok on the first-leg of United's summer tour, Moyes had decided to take his squad on an impromptu trip to Bondi - a stroll around the beach to stretch the players' legs after training.

On a similar summer trip to Sydney with Everton, Moyes had taken players on the same bonding session and it passed without incident.

But this was United, and while an Everton squad containing Australia international Tim Cahill went unnoticed in their club tracksuits among the surfers and sandcastles, Moyes's new team were mobbed and besieged by supporters to the extent that the manager had to hide his players in the rooftop bar of a nightclub until security arrived to restore order.

It was akin to a supply teacher taking a group of unruly sixth formers on a day out, with the leader's authority undermined from the outset.

United's security staff and local police usually work in tandem when such trips are planned, but Moyes was unaware of this and a tour which had already made him uncomfortable due to the demands of sponsors and supporters alike had just delivered a stark example of the monster he now managed.

Moyes failed to heed the lesson of Bondi, however, and as his disastrous reign progressed, he somehow walked into every pitfall that lay in his path.

Initially, Moyes was too reverential, too awestruck by his new surroundings, allowing himself to be caught on a microphone saying "wow" as a five-minute montage of United's glorious history was played to an audience at a 250-a-head dinner at Sydney's Westin Hotel.

Moyes also hinted at inner doubts about his suitability for the job, even claiming to being fearful of what he had taken on.

"I tell you, there's not one person who would turn around and say:'Taking over Manchester United, you think you can walk in there and breeze in and think you can do it easily?' Moyes said in Sydney. "Of course not. There has to be an element of fear that comes with managing a club like Manchester United.

"You would have doubt if anybody took over this job, but in my own way, I've got to say I feel it's the right job for me at the right time and hopefully I'll make it work."

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Liverpool, UK

#34251 Apr 22, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks El.
And TRUE never can advise enough on safety..
FYI
Read that BRYAN CRANSTON has a dog
Named SUGAR that he homed from
an animal shelter..
Also 'twas mentioned that he> Bryan and 'Jesse' are
Very close friends in real life..
Interesting.

'Morning Grace,

we touched on the supermarkets earlier, and I mentioned some time ago that the NHS
in the UK was in dire straits. I think this might hjave been confirmed this week, when
the Shadow Health Secretary commented that 'something's wrong when patients
are advised to go to the ASDA pharmacy in an emergency rather than A & E".!!!!!!!
Trust me, I don't make these claims up.

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Since: Jun 06

Liverpool, UK

#34252 Apr 22, 2014
Also...

on SKY News this morning..

a 1000 patients per month are dying in hospital unecessarily
of kidney related problems due to dehydration and lack of care.

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Liverpool, UK

#34253 Apr 22, 2014
To the cretin who iconed my post...it is neither funny or spam.

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#34254 Apr 22, 2014
good day LADY EL /MADAME GRACE

one very well can not replace the team , so guess who goes ..... the way it is sorry to say business is business

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#34255 Apr 22, 2014
eleanorigby wrote:
I expect it was inevitable.....feel dreadfully sorry for this man, David Moyes.
He has been sacked this morning.
Here is an excerpt from 'The Telegraph' about his treating the squad to a
vacation in Australia in order to get to know each other.
"Having left behind the frenzy of Bangkok on the first-leg of United's summer tour, Moyes had decided to take his squad on an impromptu trip to Bondi - a stroll around the beach to stretch the players' legs after training.
On a similar summer trip to Sydney with Everton, Moyes had taken players on the same bonding session and it passed without incident.
But this was United, and while an Everton squad containing Australia international Tim Cahill went unnoticed in their club tracksuits among the surfers and sandcastles, Moyes's new team were mobbed and besieged by supporters to the extent that the manager had to hide his players in the rooftop bar of a nightclub until security arrived to restore order.
It was akin to a supply teacher taking a group of unruly sixth formers on a day out, with the leader's authority undermined from the outset.
United's security staff and local police usually work in tandem when such trips are planned, but Moyes was unaware of this and a tour which had already made him uncomfortable due to the demands of sponsors and supporters alike had just delivered a stark example of the monster he now managed.
Moyes failed to heed the lesson of Bondi, however, and as his disastrous reign progressed, he somehow walked into every pitfall that lay in his path.
Initially, Moyes was too reverential, too awestruck by his new surroundings, allowing himself to be caught on a microphone saying "wow" as a five-minute montage of United's glorious history was played to an audience at a 250-a-head dinner at Sydney's Westin Hotel.
Moyes also hinted at inner doubts about his suitability for the job, even claiming to being fearful of what he had taken on.
"I tell you, there's not one person who would turn around and say:'Taking over Manchester United, you think you can walk in there and breeze in and think you can do it easily?' Moyes said in Sydney. "Of course not. There has to be an element of fear that comes with managing a club like Manchester United.
"You would have doubt if anybody took over this job, but in my own way, I've got to say I feel it's the right job for me at the right time and hopefully I'll make it work."
Very interesting El.
Not to mention 'shocking'

Wonder what the 'fall out 'will be!

Don't worry re the iconer..
once I saw a post on this Forum here...
from a heartbroken relative talking about the passing
of a loved one..

It too got an 'FUNNY' icon too...(?)

That says it all! Doesn't it!

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Liverpool, UK

#34256 Apr 22, 2014
tallyho wrote:
good day LADY EL /MADAME GRACE
one very well can not replace the team , so guess who goes ..... the way it is sorry to say business is business
if only that were the case Sir Tally...but half the team are being replaced also.
Anyway, c'est la vie and all that. Like you say, business is business. He will
walk away with five million...okay his reputation has gone.
Thinking more on it and putting aside sentiment, he has asked for it and the
team have suffered due to his mistakes.
Hope your weather has picked up, have a great day.

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Liverpool, UK

#34257 Apr 22, 2014
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Very interesting El.
Not to mention 'shocking'
Wonder what the 'fall out 'will be!
Don't worry re the iconer..
once I saw a post on this Forum here...
from a heartbroken relative talking about the passing
of a loved one..
It too got an 'FUNNY' icon too...(?)
That says it all! Doesn't it!
Was that on this thread Grace. Now that IS disgusting....no
call for that.

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#34258 Apr 22, 2014
Mike Woodson had the Knicks on top of their division and in the second round of the playoffs, destinations that had become unreachable and practically unimaginable in New York.

A year later, he was out of job.

Phil Jackson fired Woodson and the entire coaching staff on Monday, making his first big move since becoming team president in March and saying in a statement that ''the time has come for change throughout the franchise.
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Munith, MI

#34259 Apr 22, 2014
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Munith, MI

#34260 Apr 22, 2014
what was pops point with this?

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/weird/T164T5E...
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Munith, MI

#34261 Apr 22, 2014
yep

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#34262 Apr 22, 2014
sorry LADY EL someone lost another thread
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#34263 Apr 22, 2014
tallyho wrote:
sorry LADY EL someone lost another thread
yes you are

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Liverpool, UK

#34264 Apr 22, 2014
tallyho wrote:
Mike Woodson had the Knicks on top of their division and in the second round of the playoffs, destinations that had become unreachable and practically unimaginable in New York.
A year later, he was out of job.
Phil Jackson fired Woodson and the entire coaching staff on Monday, making his first big move since becoming team president in March and saying in a statement that ''the time has come for change throughout the franchise.
Listening to an American Sports commentator speaking on Sky Sports News
at the moment. He stated that Manchester United FC are on a par with the
New York Yankees....both known all over the planet.
No disrespect to the 'knicks' but I don't know who they are.

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