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PostSubject: On Taking Sides - What Makes Us Do It?   Thu 03 Oct 2013, 14:59

In the broad or narrow community it is best for the independently minded to keep opinion veiled - by why should that be? Min is obsessively possessive about R111, as AR points out; I   once had a dog like that with a rag doll.

Now, for instance, Neil Kinnock is moved from the home-fan based seat to another when he had a rare opportunity to cheer  a Welsh goal. How sad is that? (The moving part, not being Neil Kinnock.) en group - he would not be duffed up for giving his political views in an alien mind set but football is a no go area and taking sides hallowed territory. Why must people take sides? having done so  of course the non committed are fit for wooing be it political or choosing a different broadband. trainer brand - and at one time VHF v Grundig systems could bring some almost to blows.  A few thoughts on this would be interesting.
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PostSubject: Re: On Taking Sides - What Makes Us Do It?   Thu 03 Oct 2013, 15:52

I've just seen this thread, I wish I'd read it before blethering on in PITT.
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