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How far do you live from Villa Park?

How far do you live from Villa Park?  

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  1. 1. How far (roughly) do you live from Villa Park?

    • Less than 1 mile
      1
    • Between 1-5 miles
      24
    • Between 5-10 miles
      32
    • Between 10-20 miles
      27
    • Between 20-50 miles
      20
    • Between 50-100 miles
      16
    • Between 100-200 miles
      44
    • Between 200-500 miles
      13
    • Between 500-1,000 miles
      12
    • Between 1,000-2,000 miles
      6
    • Between 2,000-3,000 miles
      1
    • Between 3,000-4,000 miles
      11
    • Between 4,000-5,000 miles
      9
    • Between 5,000-6,000 miles
      4
    • Between 6,000-7,000 miles
      3
    • Between 7,000-8,000 miles
      0
    • Between 8,000-9,000 miles
      0
    • Between 9,000-10,000 miles
      1
    • Between 10,000-11,000 miles
      6
    • More than 11,000 miles
      3


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16.2 miles to be exact live on the edge of halesowen very close to dudley my area is swarmed with chair breakers so it gives me much pleasure when we beat that scum twice in a week not trying to offend anyone either but tesco bags vs villa is a much bigger derby for me as it is a lot more personal. Don't get me wrong though i still love a proper derby against SHA.

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What's the furthest anyone could be away?

 

Birmingham to Dunedin is 11, 859 miles, may well be the furthest.

 

Does any Villa fan live there and does anyone claim further away?

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36 miles as the crow flies, thought it was more

Wish I was a crow

Dunno you could be a RAVEN lunatic!
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So it's looking like 10% live within 5 miles, while 15% live over 3000 miles away. Maybe we should plot where everyone lives and work out the optimum place to move VP

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What's the furthest anyone could be away?

 

Birmingham to Dunedin is 11, 859 miles, may well be the furthest.

 

Does any Villa fan live there and does anyone claim further away?

 

Farthest possible is about 12,500 miles, after which you start to get closer.

 

If you could dig a tunnel at Villa Park to the other side of the earth, you would -- after being vaporized by molten metal and crushed by atmospheric pressure, I suppose -- hope to emerge somewhere in the ocean south of New Zealand. Where you would drown.

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Farthest possible is about 12,500 miles, after which you start to get closer.

 

If you could dig a tunnel at Villa Park to the other side of the earth, you would -- after being vaporized by molten metal and crushed by atmospheric pressure, I suppose -- hope to emerge somewhere in the ocean south of New Zealand. Where you would drown.

 

 

Lies. Everybody knows if you dig through the earth you end up in China.

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What's the furthest anyone could be away?

 

Birmingham to Dunedin is 11, 859 miles, may well be the furthest.

 

Does any Villa fan live there and does anyone claim further away?

 

Farthest possible is about 12,500 miles, after which you start to get closer.

 

If you could dig a tunnel at Villa Park to the other side of the earth, you would -- after being vaporized by molten metal and crushed by atmospheric pressure, I suppose -- hope to emerge somewhere in the ocean south of New Zealand. Where you would drown.

 

 

Build your ship out of unobtainium, like in 'The Core'. 

 

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5,781 miles here in sunny Hanoi. 

 

I'll probably be back home in Stourbridge by year's end though. Actually writing that has filled me with panic, dread and sadness. 

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If you could dig a tunnel at Villa Park to the other side of the earth, you would -- after being vaporized by molten metal and crushed by atmospheric pressure, I suppose -- hope to emerge somewhere in the ocean south of New Zealand. Where you would drown.

 

Obviously that might have been a preferable option to watching another match with Lambert at the helm but not so necessary now Timmy has turned our season round.

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