Stevo985

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    Birkir Bjarnason

    DM is definitely his best position. He's actually had some half decent games in that position for us in the past. Everywhere else he's always been crap.
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    Birkir Bjarnason

    To be fair he's played there for us before and he was horrendous.
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    I get the nostalgia of looking back over old albums like that. But if you're only interested in listening to music, then what's the benefit of owning it? Just to say you own it? You probably pay more than 10 quid a month (or if you don't plenty of people do) to watch TV shows that you don't own. To me it's the same thing.
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    All New Funny Pics Thread - Clean Edition

    I have so many questions
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    Yep. As Xela said it's given me access to way more music than I ever would have listened to in the past. What's the benefit of owning the music?
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    I looked at this post for ages trying to get the joke. I thought it was some sort of clever joke about leasing cars, tied into the point about never owning music/films etc in the same way as you don't own a car if you lease it.
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    Leeds United

    Not that I'm particularly bothered by the spying thing, I don't think it's a massive deal, but the above really isn't the same thing.
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    Vegetarianism/Veganism

    I think you're probably right. I think the biggest thing going veggie has made me realise is: sausages don't taste of pork.
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    What you eatin' there then?

    I bet it's amazing for meat! Not tried it with Quorn, I doubt it would have the same effect! But with veggie chillis and curries it's been amazing so far
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    What you eatin' there then?

    I've heard about adding cornflour so may try that. Or another thickener. To be fair simmering it works fine. Maybe it burns off some of the flavour but everything we've made tastes great. But every time I pour it into a pan and simmer it I'm thinking "I shouldn't have to do this!"
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    What you eatin' there then?

    Need the help of the VT cooking elite. Recently started using a slow cooker. It's brilliant, we've made some really nice meals in it, especially some Vegan stuff this month. The problem I have is it's always so watery when it's cooked. My theory is that it's the steam that builds up, so i thought if I took the lid off for the last hour of cooking it would help. But it doesn't seem to make a difference. We've got round it by simmering off the whole thing once it's cooked. Plonk it in a massive pan and simmer for 1 minutes and get it to the right consistency. But I feel like I shouldn't have to do that. Is there anything I'm obviously doing wrong that's causing it? or an easy way to remedy it?
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    Vegetarianism/Veganism

    I'm probably not accounting for me being a fat word removed
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    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    I don't even know what any of that means, so safe to say it doesn't bother me
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    The Game's Gone

    To me it's the same as goalline technology. In terms of people appealing. When that first came in players and the crowd were still appealing goalline decisions as if it would make a difference. Now they've got use to the fact that it doesn't matter how much they shout at the ref, his watch tells him if the ball went in. he's not going to overrule that. So now when there's a goalline decision there's barely ever an appeal. And if there is it's just instinctive because they know the ref has made the right decision. Players and fans will still appeal decisions with VAR because they're not black and white. But I think appealing for the use of VAR will disappear.
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    The Game's Gone

    Of course it can. But my point is for VAR, the decision to review it comes from the Video Assistant Referee in his office in London or wherever he/they are. The referee at the game doesn't say "I want to review this with VAR". Again at least that was how it was supposed to work at the world cup. The VAR is the only one who can advise the referee if there is a decision to be reviewed, not the other way round. I don't think a team of referees in an office in London are going to be influenced by a crowd chanting VAR in a stadium in Manchester.