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|The Planet Swans BBQ thread|
by MrSwerve at 10:52 21 Apr 2019
Two in two days for me
Anyone got their BBQs lit this weekend? I’m a traditionalist myself, charcoal and a bog standard bbq. Anyone use a fancy gas one? Always thought that they wouldn’t taste the same as a proper one but never used one.
Do people generally have a classic burger and sausages bbq or a posher marinated meats and fish etc? Yesterday I had marinated salmon, lamb etc and today I’m changing it up with sausages burgers baps etc.
Bloody love a bbq and a beer.
by Pegojack at 16:55 20 Apr 2019
Brilliant point for Brighton at Wolves this afternoon. Now we need the Scoucers to do the business tomorrow.
by dickythorpe at 15:51 20 Apr 2019
"A night at the opera" is the classic album featured at 7pm on Sky Arts
|Murder in the Orient Express 1974 film|
by dickythorpe at 15:06 20 Apr 2019
Rachel Roberts is in it. She hailed from Llanelli, and did a lot of her early stuff in Swansea.
Anyone know more about her, had older family members who perhaps knew her?
by Big_Phil at 12:10 20 Apr 2019
Just playing golf and was talking with Ampadu (as you do)......... he is a jack thro and thro. Did suggest he joined us on loan next season ....... apparently we cannot afford the insurance let alone his wages!
Great Jonny Conforth stories (now even more of a Legend in my eyes)....... you can see now where he gets his football pedigree - not his old man!
|Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott|
by DwightYorkeSuperstar at 10:56 20 Apr 2019
Diane was pictured openly breaking the law on a train. She would be in charge of the police should Labour win the next General Election. She was caught drinking an alcoholic cocktail at 1pm in the afternoon on a train in London.
Susan Hall, who sits on the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee, said: “As someone who aspires to be Home Secretary, Diane Abbott should know better. How can she have any credibility if she’s willing to break the law? This is typical of a Labour politician; one rule for them and another for everyone else.”
Mick Neville, a retired Scotland Yard Detective Chief Inspector, said: “It’s shocking that she is breaching a law that was brought in to keep order on public transport."