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 on: Yesterday at 16:59:36 
Started by Deepcut Cobbler - Last post by singcobb
If you are that bothered about the balance of the news you are fed seek out other news sources a make a balanced viewpoint of your own.
We live in a age that is conrolled by the media, this is why there will always be a political agenda from every source available.
I read pretty much anything I come across from the Loony Left to the Reichstag Right, from those in Kaftans to those in Foil Hats.
I always come back to the usual conclusion and accept none of what I hear or read, and half of what I see.

 72 
 on: Yesterday at 16:44:54 
Started by sussexcobbler - Last post by singcobb
Joining forces with the Saints to explore building a new 20,000 capacity shared Stadium would be the ideal way forward. Hand the keys for Sixfields back to the Council and move forward, its becoming apparent the Cobblers future is not at Sixfields.

Ntfc have a contract and I'm certain that the council will insist on that contract being honoured and force Ntfc to continue with the upkeep until the end of the lease period. Also note that at the end of the lease period any remedial work must be done by the tennant or it will be charged to the tennant by the owner.
We need to keep Sixfields as the training ground when we are in the Championship.

 73 
 on: Yesterday at 16:38:27 
Started by sussexcobbler - Last post by Melbourne Cobbler
Um, two of my least favourite places in the country have flyovers. Luton and Coventry. Both sh1tholes. Add to that, Hammersmith, Newport, where the M4 goes past your bedroom window, and I cannot see why anybody would want to live near one. Or 75.
Don’t worry kid, they’ve planted some flowers in front of them. Also on the plus side they now haven’t got to put up with clanging bells every 15 minutes morning noon and night, every cloud.

 74 
 on: Yesterday at 16:34:03 
Started by The Rauldinho - Last post by Manwork04
Sweet Jesus, I think I might give the posh game a miss, it’s going to get very ugly.

 75 
 on: Yesterday at 16:30:24 
Started by Deepcut Cobbler - Last post by Manwork04
I noticed you've not included the left wing biased media from your list so for balance...

Channel 4 news - I watch this every night, I like the presenters, even though its politically VERY left wing. I guess its a bit like a Cobblers fan listening to the away commentary on iplayer!
The Guardian - hate mongering rag, on an absolute par with the Daily Mail but the other extreme/agenda. 'Intelligent' nutjobs read it.
The Mirror - thick people who find the Guardian a little bit too complicated.

Id consider myself a centrist, in some ways I'm right of centre, others left of centre. I haven't bought a newspaper for at least 15 years. Used to buy the Sun, read it back to front. Always found the sport an easy read whilst having lunch in my Mondeo when I was a sales rep. Rest of it was utter nonsense lol. Wouldn't feed it these days though, I've become more principled as I've got older!  Grin

Id consider voting for Labour if they got rid of the Corbyn element, which they are no where near to achieving. Find more of their prominent MP's despicable than I do Tory ones.

A solution for me would be for the momentum seeking lefties to fcuk orf and build their own unelectable party, and then Labour could provide a decent viable alternative. Labour would get far more voters like me than they would lose voters who are Momentum sympathisers. They can take Abbot, Corbyn and McDonnell with them, of course. As things stand, Id only vote Tory out of the three main parties in a general election because for me they are the least bad of the three options!!


Good lad Drilling, keep the blue flag flying high.👍👍👍👍👍👍
Nothing boils my p1ss like kneeling for Black Lives Matter.

 76 
 on: Yesterday at 16:27:05 
Started by sussexcobbler - Last post by Manwork04
Why would the Saints want anything to do with us? They are a successful commercial venture in their own right, with fantastic brand identity and existing excellent facilities.

Imagine how many of the cards they would hold in any business negotiations. They have a ground and the land it sits on for a start. Plus thousands more season ticket holders. Huge corporate entertainment and conferencing facilities, and endorsements that make ours look paltry. Where’s we have a ground and facilities worth a quid. Other than that, I’d imagine they’d bite our hand off 😜😜
So it would be good for NTFC then 😉

 77 
 on: Yesterday at 16:16:59 
Started by sussexcobbler - Last post by Terryfenwickatemyhamster
Why would the Saints want anything to do with us? They are a successful commercial venture in their own right, with fantastic brand identity and existing excellent facilities.

Imagine how many of the cards they would hold in any business negotiations. They have a ground and the land it sits on for a start. Plus thousands more season ticket holders. Huge corporate entertainment and conferencing facilities, and endorsements that make ours look paltry. Where’s we have a ground and facilities worth a quid. Other than that, I’d imagine they’d bite our hand off 😜😜

 78 
 on: Yesterday at 15:59:56 
Started by Deepcut Cobbler - Last post by DrillingCobbler
Of course you’re right Manny - now sky is owned by the Democratic Party supporting Brian Roberts, it has changed - for the better for me! So it’s moved away from the ultra right wing Murdoch influence. Which probably makes your point very well.

It also makes the point for the BBC. Who do you think gives more unbiased views:
1) A political motivated individual American (Comcast)
2) A political motivated Australian (Sun and Times)
3) 2 political motivated British brothers (Telegraph)
4) A political motivated British Viscount (The Mail)
4) The BBC

Gotta say I’m enjoying this political thread- can we please rename it mods? Just call it Political Jousting?
Can we start a chat on Cameron and if his latest gaffe shows him not only to be the most inept PM in history but now one of the most corrupt?

I noticed you've not included the left wing biased media from your list so for balance...

Channel 4 news - I watch this every night, I like the presenters, even though its politically VERY left wing. I guess its a bit like a Cobblers fan listening to the away commentary on iplayer!
The Guardian - hate mongering rag, on an absolute par with the Daily Mail but the other extreme/agenda. 'Intelligent' nutjobs read it.
The Mirror - thick people who find the Guardian a little bit too complicated.

Id consider myself a centrist, in some ways I'm right of centre, others left of centre. I haven't bought a newspaper for at least 15 years. Used to buy the Sun, read it back to front. Always found the sport an easy read whilst having lunch in my Mondeo when I was a sales rep. Rest of it was utter nonsense lol. Wouldn't feed it these days though, I've become more principled as I've got older!  Grin

Id consider voting for Labour if they got rid of the Corbyn element, which they are no where near to achieving. Find more of their prominent MP's despicable than I do Tory ones.

A solution for me would be for the momentum seeking lefties to fcuk orf and build their own unelectable party, and then Labour could provide a decent viable alternative. Labour would get far more voters like me than they would lose voters who are Momentum sympathisers. They can take Abbot, Corbyn and McDonnell with them, of course. As things stand, Id only vote Tory out of the three main parties in a general election because for me they are the least bad of the three options!!


 79 
 on: Yesterday at 15:40:56 
Started by The Rauldinho - Last post by Winslow Lee

Well that’s any last little bit of hope gone!

 80 
 on: Yesterday at 15:30:04 
Started by sussexcobbler - Last post by tcobb
Joining forces with the Saints to explore building a new 20,000 capacity shared Stadium would be the ideal way forward. Hand the keys for Sixfields back to the Council and move forward, its becoming apparent the Cobblers future is not at Sixfields.

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