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Re: Cardiff v Leeds - Team/Reports/Ratings

Post by Twiggster » Sun Nov 02, 2014 11:34 pm

eastyorkshirewhite wrote: Agree with the money and time now you may realise why we have decided to miss home games and have days out at other games where we get a enjoyable day out doing Crewe and Sheff Utd in the FA Cup next Saturday followed by Halifax v Bradford on the Sunday and both games admission price is less than one game at Elland Road.
You are obviously no longer interested in LUFC, so why not stop posing on a Leeds United message board? Go enjoy yissen with other clubs and stop posting here? :duno:

Edit: I see I wrote "posing" instead of "posting". Not correcting it. Best typo I've made this year! :roflmao:

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Post by Martyn » Mon Nov 03, 2014 12:53 am

He goes to many many away games - rather more than you or me Twiggster - so why the hell shouldn't he post on here?

You are no longer admin, this is not your private fiefdom.
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Post by faaip » Mon Nov 03, 2014 1:32 am

I don't care if EW never goes to another game..he has every right to post here...and if he's enjoying mixing it up a little then fair play...
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Post by Twiggster » Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:21 am

Guildford White wrote:He goes to many many away games - rather more than you or me Twiggster - so why the hell shouldn't he post on here?

You are no longer admin, this is not your private fiefdom.
ooh, get you, big boy. You are no longer a mod :clap: , so na na na - Mr. Supercilious :nahnah:
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Post by Twiggster » Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:22 am

faaip wrote:I don't care if EW never goes to another game..he has every right to post here...and if he's enjoying mixing it up a little then fair play...
Indeed. :tup:

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Post by Kyle_5351 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:55 am

1964white wrote:
Correct Kyle

To play three strikers in a game where you need to keep things tight was a ridiculous decision !
That wasn't the only issue. The fact we had Cook and Mowatt playing the wrong way round, where Cook was non-existent for most of the match was an issue.

Bellusci I have said for weeks is a liability at CB. I keep getting shot down for this, but as a defender myself, my mind boggles watching him. I personally think he is a good player, but the silly errors cost us constantly.

Morison doesn't cut it for me. Look like a duck out of water constantly.

I could go on, but lets face it; I am sitting behind a computer watching a TV. My points are invalid.

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Post by 1964white » Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:58 am

Twiggster wrote:
You are obviously no longer interested in LUFC, so why not stop posing on a Leeds United message board? Go enjoy yissen with other clubs and stop posting here? :duno:

Edit: I see I wrote "posing" instead of "posting". Not correcting it. Best typo I've made this year! :roflmao:
A very unfair comment Twiggs, EY travels all over the country watching Leeds United. Anyway we've always welcomed all football fans on this forum

Did you have one too many during you're celebrations :wink:

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Post by 1964white » Mon Nov 03, 2014 7:02 am

Twiggster wrote:
ooh, get you, big boy. You are no longer a mod :clap: , so na na na - Mr. Supercilious :nahnah:
Doesn't matter Twiggs whether GW is a mod or not you're comment was unfair & unacceptable so something had to be said mate !

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Post by 1964white » Mon Nov 03, 2014 7:12 am

Kyle_5351 wrote:
That wasn't the only issue. The fact we had Cook and Mowatt playing the wrong way round, where Cook was non-existent for most of the match was an issue.

Bellusci I have said for weeks is a liability at CB. I keep getting shot down for this, but as a defender myself, my mind boggles watching him. I personally think he is a good player, but the silly errors cost us constantly.

Morison doesn't cut it for me. Look like a duck out of water constantly.

I could go on, but lets face it; I am sitting behind a computer watching a TV. My points are invalid.
You're points are not invalid Kyle, team selection & playing players in their correct position is crucial for continuity & success to any team

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Post by Martyn » Mon Nov 03, 2014 8:21 am

Twiggster wrote:
ooh, get you, big boy. You are no longer a mod :clap: , so na na na - Mr. Supercilious :nahnah:
Edited three times and that's the best you could come up with? All these late nights trying to concoct "no end of" complaining emails must be sapping your creativity.

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Post by HarryofOz » Mon Nov 03, 2014 8:44 am

Enough for crying out loud.
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Post by eastyorkshirewhite » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:14 pm

Twiggster wrote:
You are obviously no longer interested in LUFC, so why not stop posing on a Leeds United message board? Go enjoy yissen with other clubs and stop posting here? :duno:

Edit: I see I wrote "posing" instead of "posting". Not correcting it. Best typo I've made this year! :roflmao:
I am still interested in United and will always support them just because me and some friends have decided to have a season off from home games does not mean we no longer have n interest in them we will attend all the away games its just we feel we have ploughed enough money into Elland Road over the past years and feel we are not getting value for it so we have taken it upon ourselves to travel the country visiting grounds and meeting other football fans.Would be interested to know how many live games you have seen over the past few years. :?

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Post by Twiggster » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:39 pm

eastyorkshirewhite wrote: I am still interested in United and will always support them just because me and some friends have decided to have a season off from home games does not mean we no longer have n interest in them we will attend all the away games its just we feel we have ploughed enough money into Elland Road over the past years and feel we are not getting value for it so we have taken it upon ourselves to travel the country visiting grounds and meeting other football fans.Would be interested to know how many live games you have seen over the past few years. :?
Re your last sentence - if I was able to go to watch United live, as you are...I would be at every game home and away.
Is why I replied to you above on this.
YOU have the possibility to go to every Leeds game. There are many of us on here who live abroad or can not go to watch and cheer on the club we love. YOU refuse to do so.
That grinds mate...especially when you post on here you would rather watch other teams play, instead of cheering on LUFC at any game.
Appreciate the effort you have put in with your support in the past....
I wish I had the means to do it every game. You do.

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Post by eastyorkshirewhite » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:47 pm

Twiggster wrote:
Re your last sentence - if I was able to go to watch United live, as you are...I would be at every game home and away.
Is why I replied to you above on this.
YOU have the possibility to go to every Leeds game. There are many of us on here who live abroad or can not go to watch and cheer on the club we love. YOU refuse to do so.
That grinds mate...especially when you post on here you would rather watch other teams play, instead of cheering on LUFC at any game.
Appreciate the effort you have put in with your support in the past....
I wish I had the means to do it every game. You do.
Always thought people could follow a team but still enjoy watching other games we are only having a season off then we will be back next season no matter what division we are in.

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Post by Twiggster » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:56 pm

eastyorkshirewhite wrote: Always thought people could follow a team but still enjoy watching other games we are only having a season off then we will be back next season no matter what division we are in.
Good to hear mate! :tup:

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Post by danhirons » Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:39 am

eastyorkshirewhite wrote: It,s not just the football its the days out and mixing with other fans and sharing there views on the game.
Good point actually, thought you were staying away from ER for good too sorry buddy, saying that I lived in Oxford the last four years and went to see Oxford United a few times - though they never seemed to perform when I went to see them :( - moved to Bristol this year and am quite keen to watch Bristol City - if only David James was still in goal for them! :twisted:

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Post by rab_rant » Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:04 am

Guildford White wrote:He goes to many many away games - rather more than you or me Twiggster - so why the hell shouldn't he post on here?

You are no longer admin, this is not your private fiefdom.
The problem here is that Twiggs and perhaps you too is that you both take an Aristotelian
philosophical approach to all things Leeds and perhaps to life.That is to say it is a Right/Wrong,
Truth/Lie, Up/Down, Inside/Outside, Thesis/Antithesis, outlook in that it has to
be one or the other.

Needless to say all wars, conflicts and upheavals are spawned from having such
strict dogmas and a move away to non-Aristotelian logic as espoused by
Alfred Habdank Skarbek Korzybski which deals with probabilities rather than certainties
would help you both to expand your world view and be more inclusive and more accepting
of other peoples Ideas and or opinions.

I propose Korzybski's Law that can be invoked when when the Aristotelian mindset
takes over in a forum... much the same as Godwin's law which asserts; that
"As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1" that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or
later someone will compare someone or something to Hitler or Nazism.

To invoke Korzybski's Law in a forum discussion and bring to an end to any Aristotelian
mindset that can not even stretch the imagination to include a Hegelian synthesis from the
thesis/antithesis hypothesis, I would suggest that any forum member just has to say WIBBLE
and the thread then has to engage in a NUll-A conversation as A. E. van Vogt so succintly put it.

WIBBLE
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Post by SUPERLEEDSUNITED » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:11 am

WIBBLE[/quote]

WOBBLE JELLY ON A PLATE
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Post by Martyn » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:19 am

I'm not so sure about the Hegelian synthesis personally, I think you have to go back to the Marxist dialectic from which he derived his ideas.

And as a student of quantum mechanics, I naturally regard the whole of reality as having no certainties, merely probability functions
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Post by rab_rant » Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:34 am

Guildford White wrote:I'm not so sure about the Hegelian synthesis personally, I think you have to go back to the Marxist dialectic from which he derived his ideas.

And as a student of quantum mechanics, I naturally regard the whole of reality as having no certainties, merely probability functions
Now that is a quantum leap in logic to believe that Hegel derived his ideas from Marx :-)

Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, social scientist, sociologist, historian, journalist, and revolutionary socialist. Wikipedia Born: May 5, 1818, Trier, Germany

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a German philosopher, and a major figure in German Idealism. His historicist and idealist account of reality revolutionized European philosophy and was an important precursor to Continental philosophy and Marxism. Wikipedia Born: August 27, 1770, Stuttgart, Germany
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