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White Hart Danes 22:21 - May 8 with 2129 viewsProfessor

Today has been long and surreal. From the plane full of Danish scousers,
to meeting Laudrup. Anyway, watching Ajax v Spurs and over we go to Trine with the ‘ White Hart Danes’ in a Copenhagen bar.
About 200 Danes going mad in Spurs shirts.

Christ........
They now have Jamie Carragher on!
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White Hart Danes on 00:07 - May 9 with 1759 viewsbuilthjack

It's like Welsh people wearing Liverpool, ManUtd etc shirts in the bars of Swansea

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White Hart Danes on 09:03 - May 9 with 1603 viewsLeonWasGod

Sounds like a superb day! I love Copenhagen; years back my missus did a post-doc out there and we had some great times. Being there for the release of the winter beers was always a favourite.
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White Hart Danes on 10:22 - May 9 with 1537 viewsProfessor

White Hart Danes on 09:03 - May 9 by LeonWasGod

Sounds like a superb day! I love Copenhagen; years back my missus did a post-doc out there and we had some great times. Being there for the release of the winter beers was always a favourite.


Doing a PhD viva today. Nice to have a quick look yesterday. Back tonight to multiple projects to mark across several different years using stupid online systems. Takes three times longer than paper and pen
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White Hart Danes on 10:51 - May 9 with 1519 viewsJack_Brel

There's an 'Arsenal pub' here as well, Southern Cross, where I was once aggressively surrounded and told to leave by a bunch of Danish hard Gooner wannabees for celebrating a winning Swans goal. It was the Arse game under Carvalhal when we beat them 3-1. I was delighted, as we seemed to have turned a corner after also beating Liverpool the previous week and suddenly looked to be in with a chance of staying up.

I mean, I'm a Danish glory-hunting Swans fan myself, but I have a sense of perspective about it and don't pretend to be something I'm not. And probably unlike most of them, I've actually been to see the Swans many times, home and away, most recently at Blackburn on the weekend.

Anyway! ... what are you doing in town, Prof?
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White Hart Danes on 11:40 - May 9 with 1485 viewsmonmouth

White Hart Danes on 10:22 - May 9 by Professor

Doing a PhD viva today. Nice to have a quick look yesterday. Back tonight to multiple projects to mark across several different years using stupid online systems. Takes three times longer than paper and pen


I'm doing that too. I've just said the same thing about paper and pen. I've told them to shove their procedures where the sun dont shine, printed them and marking them with a pen. I'll record quick summary comments on line and told the students they can pick up their scribbled drafts from me if they want. None ever do, which shows what a waste of time all this obsession over 'feedback' is.

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White Hart Danes on 11:49 - May 9 with 1469 viewsNotLoyal

White Hart Danes on 10:51 - May 9 by Jack_Brel

There's an 'Arsenal pub' here as well, Southern Cross, where I was once aggressively surrounded and told to leave by a bunch of Danish hard Gooner wannabees for celebrating a winning Swans goal. It was the Arse game under Carvalhal when we beat them 3-1. I was delighted, as we seemed to have turned a corner after also beating Liverpool the previous week and suddenly looked to be in with a chance of staying up.

I mean, I'm a Danish glory-hunting Swans fan myself, but I have a sense of perspective about it and don't pretend to be something I'm not. And probably unlike most of them, I've actually been to see the Swans many times, home and away, most recently at Blackburn on the weekend.

Anyway! ... what are you doing in town, Prof?


Being surrounded by a bunch of cnts in a pub is Christmas day. I take it you told them to fck off.

Everyone thinks someone is a cûnt, even those who they don’t thinks are cûnts are cûnts to someone else.
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White Hart Danes on 12:49 - May 9 with 1426 viewsNeath_Jack

Isn't it funny how some posters on here lord the fact that we have supporters from all over the world, yet when another team has them, it's take the piss out of them time.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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White Hart Danes on 13:13 - May 9 with 1392 viewsJack_Brel

White Hart Danes on 11:49 - May 9 by NotLoyal

Being surrounded by a bunch of cnts in a pub is Christmas day. I take it you told them to fck off.


Told them they were in a pub in Copenhagen, some 800 miles from North London, and to get a grip, basically.

Then a nice Welshwoman who was in there bought me and my mate a pint for being the only two people in the pub supporting the team from her home country - she wasn't a Swans fan as such.
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White Hart Danes on 13:30 - May 9 with 1359 viewsNotLoyal

White Hart Danes on 13:13 - May 9 by Jack_Brel

Told them they were in a pub in Copenhagen, some 800 miles from North London, and to get a grip, basically.

Then a nice Welshwoman who was in there bought me and my mate a pint for being the only two people in the pub supporting the team from her home country - she wasn't a Swans fan as such.


All ends well.

Everyone thinks someone is a cûnt, even those who they don’t thinks are cûnts are cûnts to someone else.
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White Hart Danes on 16:56 - May 9 with 1262 viewsProfessor

White Hart Danes on 11:40 - May 9 by monmouth

I'm doing that too. I've just said the same thing about paper and pen. I've told them to shove their procedures where the sun dont shine, printed them and marking them with a pen. I'll record quick summary comments on line and told the students they can pick up their scribbled drafts from me if they want. None ever do, which shows what a waste of time all this obsession over 'feedback' is.


But it’s so important for the NSS. Would be far better if we spent some time teaching them something interesting, relevant or useful not what makes administrators life easier
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White Hart Danes on 17:24 - May 9 with 1235 viewswaynekerr55

White Hart Danes on 10:22 - May 9 by Professor

Doing a PhD viva today. Nice to have a quick look yesterday. Back tonight to multiple projects to mark across several different years using stupid online systems. Takes three times longer than paper and pen


You're obviously not using the feedback studio in Turnitin to its full potential, Prof!

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White Hart Danes on 19:18 - May 9 with 1169 viewsLeonWasGod

White Hart Danes on 16:56 - May 9 by Professor

But it’s so important for the NSS. Would be far better if we spent some time teaching them something interesting, relevant or useful not what makes administrators life easier


Don’t you just love league tables .

As soon as education was turned into a commodity, that was the end of common sense. Same with REF, just chasing those league positions.
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White Hart Danes on 19:27 - May 9 with 1153 viewsJacket

I must say it's something I have never myself understood, grown men getting so excited about a big club from a city they have no connection with. The joy they feel is so hollow and pointless when you think about it. They jump on the glory boat as kids and continue with their fixation from the comfort of their sofas many hundreds if not thousands of miles from 'their' team. And when that team does something like Liverpool or Spurs did this week they act as if they're a part of the success, like they're some footballing genious for supporting a bigger club than you. Hollow, plastic and above all, completely pathetic.
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White Hart Danes on 19:33 - May 9 with 1145 viewsAlberto_Swinglehurst

White Hart Danes on 19:27 - May 9 by Jacket

I must say it's something I have never myself understood, grown men getting so excited about a big club from a city they have no connection with. The joy they feel is so hollow and pointless when you think about it. They jump on the glory boat as kids and continue with their fixation from the comfort of their sofas many hundreds if not thousands of miles from 'their' team. And when that team does something like Liverpool or Spurs did this week they act as if they're a part of the success, like they're some footballing genious for supporting a bigger club than you. Hollow, plastic and above all, completely pathetic.
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I wholeheartedly agree.
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White Hart Danes on 19:53 - May 9 with 1130 viewswaynekerr55

White Hart Danes on 11:40 - May 9 by monmouth

I'm doing that too. I've just said the same thing about paper and pen. I've told them to shove their procedures where the sun dont shine, printed them and marking them with a pen. I'll record quick summary comments on line and told the students they can pick up their scribbled drafts from me if they want. None ever do, which shows what a waste of time all this obsession over 'feedback' is.


Au contraire Monny. How you do feedback and how its captured is key. You need proper educationalists driving your QSO

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White Hart Danes on 07:46 - May 10 with 984 viewsWarwickHunt

White Hart Danes on 10:51 - May 9 by Jack_Brel

There's an 'Arsenal pub' here as well, Southern Cross, where I was once aggressively surrounded and told to leave by a bunch of Danish hard Gooner wannabees for celebrating a winning Swans goal. It was the Arse game under Carvalhal when we beat them 3-1. I was delighted, as we seemed to have turned a corner after also beating Liverpool the previous week and suddenly looked to be in with a chance of staying up.

I mean, I'm a Danish glory-hunting Swans fan myself, but I have a sense of perspective about it and don't pretend to be something I'm not. And probably unlike most of them, I've actually been to see the Swans many times, home and away, most recently at Blackburn on the weekend.

Anyway! ... what are you doing in town, Prof?


That you, Jannik?
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White Hart Danes on 08:52 - May 10 with 946 viewsKGriz16

White Hart Danes on 19:27 - May 9 by Jacket

I must say it's something I have never myself understood, grown men getting so excited about a big club from a city they have no connection with. The joy they feel is so hollow and pointless when you think about it. They jump on the glory boat as kids and continue with their fixation from the comfort of their sofas many hundreds if not thousands of miles from 'their' team. And when that team does something like Liverpool or Spurs did this week they act as if they're a part of the success, like they're some footballing genious for supporting a bigger club than you. Hollow, plastic and above all, completely pathetic.
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You're attacking children for supporting the best supported clubs in the World? Yet you're on a thread with a Danish man who's a Swans fan? Why aren't you attacking him? Curious...
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White Hart Danes on 09:27 - May 10 with 928 viewsProfessor

White Hart Danes on 17:24 - May 9 by waynekerr55

You're obviously not using the feedback studio in Turnitin to its full potential, Prof!


It's far inferior to using the review functions on word for research projects or other large pieces of work. Much easier to change typos (and frequent nomenclature issues for bacterial species and genes) using track and add in comments. I have less issue with it for smaller pieces of work and simpler first year assessment where the rubric has some use.

The problem with projects, and especially for life sciences here, is the petty rubbish of recording multiple meetings on Pebble Pad/Atlas. For an 8 week project this is 6 meetings far more frequent than actual research students, piecemeal assessment of little bits a pieces and less emphasis on the dissertation/thesis. This is idiocy as assessment in research is

1. A research degree-all on the thesis and viva
2. Peer-reviewed publication
3. Patents and commercial/societal impact
4. Income

These are poorly covered. Largely as the 'so called' educationalists in HE (In a Russell Group University too) have never been able to cut it in this sphere. Mediocrity driving mediocrity
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White Hart Danes on 09:55 - May 10 with 916 viewsNotLoyal

White Hart Danes on 09:27 - May 10 by Professor

It's far inferior to using the review functions on word for research projects or other large pieces of work. Much easier to change typos (and frequent nomenclature issues for bacterial species and genes) using track and add in comments. I have less issue with it for smaller pieces of work and simpler first year assessment where the rubric has some use.

The problem with projects, and especially for life sciences here, is the petty rubbish of recording multiple meetings on Pebble Pad/Atlas. For an 8 week project this is 6 meetings far more frequent than actual research students, piecemeal assessment of little bits a pieces and less emphasis on the dissertation/thesis. This is idiocy as assessment in research is

1. A research degree-all on the thesis and viva
2. Peer-reviewed publication
3. Patents and commercial/societal impact
4. Income

These are poorly covered. Largely as the 'so called' educationalists in HE (In a Russell Group University too) have never been able to cut it in this sphere. Mediocrity driving mediocrity


I didn't realise you were a pair of clever cnts.

Everyone thinks someone is a cûnt, even those who they don’t thinks are cûnts are cûnts to someone else.
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White Hart Danes on 10:03 - May 10 with 908 viewsMrSwerve

White Hart Danes on 11:40 - May 9 by monmouth

I'm doing that too. I've just said the same thing about paper and pen. I've told them to shove their procedures where the sun dont shine, printed them and marking them with a pen. I'll record quick summary comments on line and told the students they can pick up their scribbled drafts from me if they want. None ever do, which shows what a waste of time all this obsession over 'feedback' is.


Exactly what I do.

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White Hart Danes on 11:42 - May 10 with 882 viewswaynekerr55

White Hart Danes on 10:03 - May 10 by MrSwerve

Exactly what I do.


You rascals!

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White Hart Danes on 11:56 - May 10 with 871 viewsFireboy2

White Hart Danes on 08:52 - May 10 by KGriz16

You're attacking children for supporting the best supported clubs in the World? Yet you're on a thread with a Danish man who's a Swans fan? Why aren't you attacking him? Curious...


Bit different i think.

Hes attacking glory hunting tvvats, hes not attacking foriegn swans fans probably because they arent glory hunters and possibly because they are, well, swans fans.

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White Hart Danes on 12:47 - May 10 with 853 viewsNeath_Jack

White Hart Danes on 11:56 - May 10 by Fireboy2

Bit different i think.

Hes attacking glory hunting tvvats, hes not attacking foriegn swans fans probably because they arent glory hunters and possibly because they are, well, swans fans.


What have Spurs won in the last 20 years?

Is there some sort of hierarchy that is to be followed when supporting a team from out of your area, which makes it more acceptable?

Family from there? Relative played for them? Fancied their kit? Success? Once got noshed off whilst on a night out there?

As i said earlier, it's ok for us to have fans from away, but curse those other clubs that have them.

It's all a load of judgemental bollocks.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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White Hart Danes on 15:18 - May 10 with 806 viewswaynekerr55

White Hart Danes on 12:47 - May 10 by Neath_Jack

What have Spurs won in the last 20 years?

Is there some sort of hierarchy that is to be followed when supporting a team from out of your area, which makes it more acceptable?

Family from there? Relative played for them? Fancied their kit? Success? Once got noshed off whilst on a night out there?

As i said earlier, it's ok for us to have fans from away, but curse those other clubs that have them.

It's all a load of judgemental bollocks.


Noshed off on a night out

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White Hart Danes on 12:21 - May 12 with 651 viewsJack_Brel

White Hart Danes on 07:46 - May 10 by WarwickHunt

That you, Jannik?


Nope, you've got the wrong Dane - or perhaps you've got the name wrong? Were you stood by a Danish Swans fan at Blackburn by any chance?
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