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Prat. Thought you were on an all expenses paid trip to france. Why are you going over the bored?

Or are you going to permaban me as well as jmk?

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Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
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The London clique are mobilising :o
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Justice for JMK26. :x
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Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
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Brazil wrote:Justice for JMK26. :x
I say allow him back on the weekend following the last of the 6N. :thumbup:
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fatcat wrote:The London clique are mobilising :o
I would suggest meeting up with hammers in balham, but south London has gone through enough recently.
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fatcat wrote:The London clique are mobilising :o
Terrorists in Iceland (the shop) cannot stop us. Nor can people who don't know what the word "tantalised" means.
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happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
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Don't you mean triuncalised?
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happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
I'll start on the banner now. He had better not delete the 'rock the world' thread.
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Werewolf in London. Crybaby in Paris.
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Jake wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
I read your article. I agree the jmk's points were akin to kicking a puppy, but you fùcking lay yourself open to this.

Gloating about a freebie, getting inside knowledge wrong and coming up with that shite is an embarrassment. The Dupont line was cringeworthy at best
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JM isn't permabanned though is he?
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Jake wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
Christ.

There's thin skinned and then there's you.
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Jake wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
Stephen Jones similarly brooks no criticism and he is universally respected. Nothing says strength, confident and self-assuredness like silencing dissent. Or satire.
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iarmhiman wrote:JM isn't permabanned though is he?
Try and click on his profile
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PlanetJake.
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What will the south africans think?
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henry wrote:
Jake wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
Stephen Jones similarly brooks no criticism and he is universally respected. Nothing says strength, confident and self-assuredness like silencing dissent. Or satire.
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Jake wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:Bloody hell Double H, what's got into you?
Jake just permabanned jmk for criticising his ritin skillz.

I started a thread, it got deleted.

Jake has history for this, the primadonna
Nope. I have had enough of JM's cheap shots. My call. Tough titty.
You should re-consider Jake. It's not a good look.
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JM2K6 wrote:
Jake wrote:
Torquemada 1420 wrote:
JM2K6 wrote: Still, I'm sure Jake will tell us how brilliant it was to have a lock at 6 and an openside at 8 and Ben "hopeless" Youngs at 9 and a clearly unfit Manu at 13 and and and and
Serious meejuh professional these days.
There ya go, bellends.


Brutal Physicality
; Eddie Jones was dead right about brutal power and physicality, but sadly very little of it came from England. Contrastingly, most of it came from France. To be blunt, the Rose were beasted in every point of contact with the Shaun Edwards inspired French second row and back row absolutely pulverising their opposite numbers and their half backs and midfield following suit. It’s hard to think of one English player, with the notable exception of Ellis Genge, who came off on top physically of his direct opponent. England’s woeful performance was summed when Antoine Dupont marmalised a little jink from Willi Heinz right at the end. When a 90 kg back is putting in hits like that it shows that France are a side to be reckoned with. England may have talked the physical talk, but France walked the brutal walk.

Blindsided: At the centre of everything France did was the magnificent La Rochelle number eight, Gregory Alldritt who put in a performance right from the top drawer. France pick an orthodox back row, players familiar in their positions and their assigned role. On the other hand, England played without a regular eight and with a lock shoehorned onto the flank. Indeed Courtney Lawes and Tom Curry’s defence of the short side was slow it could have been timed with a calendar and this, coupled with Ben Youngs’ slowness to sweep in defence, created so much space for Alldritt and Dupont that both players had an absolute field day and put in defining performances for their side.

French tide turning: For the first time in ages, France looked seriously organised. The pre-planned early kicking of both half backs tantalised and tormented both Elliott Daly and debutant George Furbank in the early exchanges and this was coupled with some fantastic and committed chasing from the towering French back row and three quarters. Their organisation of ruck management was outstanding, France allowing their opponents not an inch of gain, hitting them back hard but then only committing numbers to jackal when they had a clear chance of stealing. It’s clear that this is a side thinking hard about their rugby and with the likes of Fabien Galthie and Shaun Edwards at the helm, they’re only going to get better.

Use Gas: In the second half, when England played quick rugby, they looked amazing. Why then, is Jones focusing on talk of brute power when the side he has is best suited to pace and speed? To pick players of mobility like Underhill, Curry, Lawes, Daly and Furbank, and then ask them to play gain line rugby is as big a sporting folly as when England cricket asked Jason Roy to open the batting in a test match. Jones is dithering and falling between two stools in the vision he’s setting for his charges. England need either to pick power players and commit to that style, or commit to playing the pace that is more appropriate to the selections they’re making.

Learning from defeat:
With the season one game old and a Grand Slam dream already shattered, England now have the opportunity to learn and change things. Ellis Genge did enough in 28 minutes to show his explosive potential, whilst George Kruis ironically showed all the mobility that Eddie Jones hoped Charlie Ewels would bring. In the back division, the focus needs to be on speed of foot and swiftness of pass; Willi Heinz’s ability to deliver quick ball from the base changed the way England played and perhaps it’s time to put Ben Youngs out to pasture. Above all, the team need to learn to pick specialists for specialist positions.

Shoehorning positional compromise over tactical unsurety can only result in one thing; losses. Today may have done England a favour and taught them to remain true to their strengths and the players they have available.
I appreciate your commitment to writing like England played. A excellent parody.
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Crash_12 wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Jake wrote:
Torquemada 1420 wrote:
JM2K6 wrote: Still, I'm sure Jake will tell us how brilliant it was to have a lock at 6 and an openside at 8 and Ben "hopeless" Youngs at 9 and a clearly unfit Manu at 13 and and and and
Serious meejuh professional these days.
There ya go, bellends.


Brutal Physicality
; Eddie Jones was dead right about brutal power and physicality, but sadly very little of it came from England. Contrastingly, most of it came from France. To be blunt, the Rose were beasted in every point of contact with the Shaun Edwards inspired French second row and back row absolutely pulverising their opposite numbers and their half backs and midfield following suit. It’s hard to think of one English player, with the notable exception of Ellis Genge, who came off on top physically of his direct opponent. England’s woeful performance was summed when Antoine Dupont marmalised a little jink from Willi Heinz right at the end. When a 90 kg back is putting in hits like that it shows that France are a side to be reckoned with. England may have talked the physical talk, but France walked the brutal walk.

Blindsided: At the centre of everything France did was the magnificent La Rochelle number eight, Gregory Alldritt who put in a performance right from the top drawer. France pick an orthodox back row, players familiar in their positions and their assigned role. On the other hand, England played without a regular eight and with a lock shoehorned onto the flank. Indeed Courtney Lawes and Tom Curry’s defence of the short side was slow it could have been timed with a calendar and this, coupled with Ben Youngs’ slowness to sweep in defence, created so much space for Alldritt and Dupont that both players had an absolute field day and put in defining performances for their side.

French tide turning: For the first time in ages, France looked seriously organised. The pre-planned early kicking of both half backs tantalised and tormented both Elliott Daly and debutant George Furbank in the early exchanges and this was coupled with some fantastic and committed chasing from the towering French back row and three quarters. Their organisation of ruck management was outstanding, France allowing their opponents not an inch of gain, hitting them back hard but then only committing numbers to jackal when they had a clear chance of stealing. It’s clear that this is a side thinking hard about their rugby and with the likes of Fabien Galthie and Shaun Edwards at the helm, they’re only going to get better.

Use Gas: In the second half, when England played quick rugby, they looked amazing. Why then, is Jones focusing on talk of brute power when the side he has is best suited to pace and speed? To pick players of mobility like Underhill, Curry, Lawes, Daly and Furbank, and then ask them to play gain line rugby is as big a sporting folly as when England cricket asked Jason Roy to open the batting in a test match. Jones is dithering and falling between two stools in the vision he’s setting for his charges. England need either to pick power players and commit to that style, or commit to playing the pace that is more appropriate to the selections they’re making.

Learning from defeat:
With the season one game old and a Grand Slam dream already shattered, England now have the opportunity to learn and change things. Ellis Genge did enough in 28 minutes to show his explosive potential, whilst George Kruis ironically showed all the mobility that Eddie Jones hoped Charlie Ewels would bring. In the back division, the focus needs to be on speed of foot and swiftness of pass; Willi Heinz’s ability to deliver quick ball from the base changed the way England played and perhaps it’s time to put Ben Youngs out to pasture. Above all, the team need to learn to pick specialists for specialist positions.

Shoehorning positional compromise over tactical unsurety can only result in one thing; losses. Today may have done England a favour and taught them to remain true to their strengths and the players they have available.
I appreciate your commitment to writing like England played. A excellent parody.
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“Unsurety”
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I'm hearing news of HH and Henners being perma-banned as well. :shock:
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iarmhiman wrote:
Crash_12 wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Jake wrote:
Torquemada 1420 wrote: Serious meejuh professional these days.
There ya go, bellends.


Brutal Physicality
; Eddie Jones was dead right about brutal power and physicality, but sadly very little of it came from England. Contrastingly, most of it came from France. To be blunt, the Rose were beasted in every point of contact with the Shaun Edwards inspired French second row and back row absolutely pulverising their opposite numbers and their half backs and midfield following suit. It’s hard to think of one English player, with the notable exception of Ellis Genge, who came off on top physically of his direct opponent. England’s woeful performance was summed when Antoine Dupont marmalised a little jink from Willi Heinz right at the end. When a 90 kg back is putting in hits like that it shows that France are a side to be reckoned with. England may have talked the physical talk, but France walked the brutal walk.

Blindsided: At the centre of everything France did was the magnificent La Rochelle number eight, Gregory Alldritt who put in a performance right from the top drawer. France pick an orthodox back row, players familiar in their positions and their assigned role. On the other hand, England played without a regular eight and with a lock shoehorned onto the flank. Indeed Courtney Lawes and Tom Curry’s defence of the short side was slow it could have been timed with a calendar and this, coupled with Ben Youngs’ slowness to sweep in defence, created so much space for Alldritt and Dupont that both players had an absolute field day and put in defining performances for their side.

French tide turning: For the first time in ages, France looked seriously organised. The pre-planned early kicking of both half backs tantalised and tormented both Elliott Daly and debutant George Furbank in the early exchanges and this was coupled with some fantastic and committed chasing from the towering French back row and three quarters. Their organisation of ruck management was outstanding, France allowing their opponents not an inch of gain, hitting them back hard but then only committing numbers to jackal when they had a clear chance of stealing. It’s clear that this is a side thinking hard about their rugby and with the likes of Fabien Galthie and Shaun Edwards at the helm, they’re only going to get better.

Use Gas: In the second half, when England played quick rugby, they looked amazing. Why then, is Jones focusing on talk of brute power when the side he has is best suited to pace and speed? To pick players of mobility like Underhill, Curry, Lawes, Daly and Furbank, and then ask them to play gain line rugby is as big a sporting folly as when England cricket asked Jason Roy to open the batting in a test match. Jones is dithering and falling between two stools in the vision he’s setting for his charges. England need either to pick power players and commit to that style, or commit to playing the pace that is more appropriate to the selections they’re making.

Learning from defeat:
With the season one game old and a Grand Slam dream already shattered, England now have the opportunity to learn and change things. Ellis Genge did enough in 28 minutes to show his explosive potential, whilst George Kruis ironically showed all the mobility that Eddie Jones hoped Charlie Ewels would bring. In the back division, the focus needs to be on speed of foot and swiftness of pass; Willi Heinz’s ability to deliver quick ball from the base changed the way England played and perhaps it’s time to put Ben Youngs out to pasture. Above all, the team need to learn to pick specialists for specialist positions.

Shoehorning positional compromise over tactical unsurety can only result in one thing; losses. Today may have done England a favour and taught them to remain true to their strengths and the players they have available.
I appreciate your commitment to writing like England played. A excellent parody.
Jake's pride hurt
Jake - I'm sure I remember you thinking Roy's selection was a good call becasue he was so talented.......................
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Banh mi!
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I'm going to try and pretend I didn't read that article.

Anyway, can we do some sort of hostage swap for JM? Reinstate him and ban another English poster instead? Maybe Henry for sh1ts and giggles... or Bimbo
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It’s the nightly time of the long not-forks
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Crikey Jake, bloody grow up!!

Are you trying to get rid of all the posters who stand up to you, like Southern Softie. And now JMK. And god knows how many others.
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Who knew a solo human centipede was possible....
Well done Jake, once again you might benefit from stepping away from the keyboard and demonstrating some level of maturity.
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So la defence isn't that much fun then, clearly.
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I've never heard of such injustice, not even in nazi Germany.
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JMK and Henry banned? OK, I can see that. Dreadful bastards.

But happyhooker?!!!

You’ve lost it Jake
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Lady P wrote:JMK and Henry banned? OK, I can see that. Dreadful bastards.

But happyhooker?!!!

You’ve lost it Jake
Lady P- HH has a very civil message waiting for him which he hasn't read. Pls ask him to read his FB inbox.
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My favourite Jake deletion escapade was the time he started a thread about Brian Lara dying in a car crash as he'd seen it on some clearly bogus story on Twitter. Promptly deleted.

Seriously though. How thin does your skin have to be to ban someone for that.
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Jake wrote:
Lady P wrote:JMK and Henry banned? OK, I can see that. Dreadful bastards.

But happyhooker?!!!

You’ve lost it Jake
Lady P- HH has a very civil message waiting for him which he hasn't read. Pls ask him to read his FB inbox.
Pretty sure he can read
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Can’t believe my Year 9 teacher warned me off a career in journalism because I was insufficiently thick skinned.
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Lady P wrote:Can’t believe my Year 9 teacher warned me off a career in journalism because I was insufficiently thick skinned.
Probably a good thing. Someone in your house needs to be on at least 80k.
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Oh is Henry banned too? :lol:
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