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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Seen, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. ONEDUNME

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    My brother went to a comedy club in London last weekend. The three acts he saw were a Pakistani comedian, a gay comedian and the "star" act was some disabled bloke. He said he's no idea whether he was funny or not because he couldn't understand a fucking word he was saying.

    Hurrah for equality.
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  2. Seen

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    :mad: Funny how they don't seem to mind when the only men the camera pans in on are fat ugly fuckers with their tops off and bellies out, it's fine for these to be made in to figures of fun, but it's some kind of sex crime to appreciate a woman's beauty :ohwell

    https://www.rt.com/sport/432861-female-fans-fifa-sexism/

    No more ‘hot women’ - FIFA wants fewer images of attractive female fans in stadiums

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    FIFA's Head of Sustainability and Diversity Federico Addiechi has urged broadcasters to show less cutaways of beautiful women in the stands as part of efforts to tackle sexism in football.

    The world football governing body wants to get a more respectful image of female fans attending games as issues of sexual harassment during the World Cup were raised at FIFA media briefing on Wednesday.

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    FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) network which works in close cooperation with FIFA and monitors fans behavior at World Cup games said it documented more than 30 cases of women being “accosted in the streets” during the month-long tournament in Russia.

    Half of the reported incidents included female broadcasters being harassed while on air.

    Addiechi said that FIFA will ask national broadcasters to stop zooming in on attractive women in stadiums to prevent potential 'sexist' incidents.

    While racism was named Russia’s most problematic issue before the World Cup, no discriminative cases have been reported so far, said Piara Powar FARE executive director who praised the hosts of the tournament for giving a warm welcome to international guests.

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    "The Russian people played a magnificent role in making people feel welcome,” Powar said. “There were no issues to report on Russians inside stadiums. We hope that this World Cup will have a long-term impact on Russian society."

    "The Russian state together with the Russian Football Union did quite a lot of work in terms of ruling off individuals that there were concerns about. A number of individuals were denied their FAN IDs. All this combined led to quite a good tournament," he added.
  3. rcgills

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    Surely in that case they're now going to be insulting any women that ever appear on the screens, as they're basically saying they're ugly :duh

    On the subject of the fucked up world of FIFA, I see England have been fined £53k for some of their players wearing unauthorised socks. Which is obviously a far more serious offence than racist chanting by fans, which only got Russia a 22k fine. Although apparently racism isn't a major offence, as in the grand scheme of fines, it's considered less serious than letting a cat get on the pitch (Besiktas, 30k fine), although that one was UEFA rather than FIFA. Or of course wearing pants with a bookies name on them (Bendtner, 80k fine, UEFA again).
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  4. ONEDUNME

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    I'm totally against some of the shit that is chanted at football matches. The "ten German Bombers" one I find the most offensive I think, mostly because I look at some of the waste of space wankers who are singing it (bravely in a crowd of their mates) and wonder how they would measure up against the poor lads on any side who had to actually put their lives at risk during the war(s) and how those lads would view a world where their modern day counterparts can celebrate a football victory by punching ambulance staff. BUT, the song that's being quoted is "No surrender to the IRA". It's a song about not giving in to terrorists. If it was a song espousing the glory of a terrorist organisation I could understand it but it isn't.

    Should there be a banning of songs including lyrics about crushing rebellious Scots also be banned or are they going to continue to allow the National Anthem?
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  6. slick

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    Word of the day 'Espousing'.
    Never heard it before, where the fcuk did you get that from?

    I agree with what you say though, Shit bags jumping on the England Bandwagon acting the big 'I am' long after the horse has bolted, get on my tits too.
    They wasn't so hard when half a dozen Russian Ultras knocked fcuk out of them in Marseille, no wonder they bottled out going to Russia,never seen so few England fans at a major tourny in my life.
  7. Seen

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    Any time I see fat middle-aged blokes fighting in the street (at footy games or just out on the piss) I cringe like fuck. At least young 'uns have the excuse of being young and daft.
  8. Seen

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    Cunt of the month...

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-ne...=social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1531869283

  9. slick

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    Fucking hell...

    https://news.sky.com/story/teen-sentenced-to-life-for-murdering-parents-and-three-siblings-11467210

    Teenager sentenced to life for killing five members of his family

    Michael Bever, now 19, and his older brother Robert killed their parents and three siblings in a murder spree in 2015.

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    Michael Bever was 16 when he and his older brother, Robert, stabbed their mother, father, two younger brothers and five-year-old sister to death in 2015.

    Two sisters survived the attack, which was described as the worst single criminal event in the history of Broken Arrow city in Oklahoma.

    Now 19, Michael Bever was convicted in May of five counts of first degree murder for his role in the killings.

    The teenager's lawyers argued that he had been led astray by his older brother, who pleaded guilty to the killings in 2016 and was sentenced to life without parole.

    While prosecutors urged that the horrific nature of his crime merited a sentence without parole, the jury recommended Michael Bever was granted life with parole.

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    Officers were alerted to the 2015 killing spree by an "open 911" call, in which the caller did not speak.

    On arrival they were unable to get in through the front door of the house, but heard moaning and found the boys' injured sister before dragging her outside over fears the killer might still be inside.

    Commenting at the time, neighbour Patricia Statham said: "It certainly is shocking. I'm shocked. I feel so bad for everyone who walks into that house.

    "You can see it in the faces of the officers when they come out."

    During Bever's sentencing a lawyer read a letter from the adoptive mother of the injured sister and the two-year-old who escaped unharmed, describing how the girls would spend their lives "looking over their shoulders".

    The older sister, who still bears scars from the attack, "is terrified of that thought that her brother could possibly be paroled and what he might do to her," the letter said.
  13. slick

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    Him in the bottom picture looks like a fruit loop and the one above him looks a ringer but a few yrs younger without the acne.

    The article doesn't mention why they killed them does it, fcuk know's what was going through their minds.

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