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Re: Next season options

Posted: 11:36 07 May 2020
by xmastree
IJN wrote: I do apologise for those who intended to read this Argyle related thread for it to YET AGAIN turn into political bollox.

The new system means it is so difficult to split a thread when it gets bigger.

So with that in mind, certain posters should be aware they could be booted into the other forums by being stopped from using this one if this carries on.

Many many things are being allowed on our Main Forum BUT politics are not allowed on here and quite a few have complained about these mini hijacks.

Please be warned.

Thanks


I certainly won't miss the political input on here, and can certainly do without it. I am, however, pretty surprised that "quite a few" see fit to complain about content on a website for which they are not paying, and on which they have total freedom to read what they like and not read the remainder. Yes, of course I can understand complaints for more extreme content - significant personal abuse, bullying, anything obscene etc. - but to try and dictate what content is allowed simply because a topic is not to your taste seems excessive to me. Crying to the MODS about opinions you don't share or topics that are not of interest (but which are posted in a reasonable manner) is a little reminiscent of school sneaks running to teacher. Perhaps someone who thinks differently might explain (rather than complain to the MODS about THIS post!).

I most enjoy Pasoti when there are decent well-argued debates, in which different viewpoints are explored. Hearing the opinions of those who think differently to myself is, in my opinion, much more stimulating than having a load of people agree with my viewpoint by saying exactly the same thing.

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:04 07 May 2020
by Devongreenowl
themightykeithfear wrote: Germany has a similar population density to the U.K. and more cities. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks! About 20th in Europe, many Spanish and Italian cities are much more densely populated and ageing population with pensioners living with family, which must have contributed to their high death rate


I’m sorry TMKF. That’s almost up there with your North Korea comment. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks. Seriously?

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:07 07 May 2020
by Devongreenowl
Devongreenowl wrote:
themightykeithfear wrote: Germany has a similar population density to the U.K. and more cities. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks! About 20th in Europe, many Spanish and Italian cities are much more densely populated and ageing population with pensioners living with family, which must have contributed to their high death rate


I’m sorry TMKF. That’s almost up there with your North Korea comment. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks. Seriously?


Or maybe you cheekily meant the square mile? I’m sure it’s pretty quiet there now.

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:17 07 May 2020
by themightykeithfear
Devongreenowl wrote:
themightykeithfear wrote: Germany has a similar population density to the U.K. and more cities. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks! About 20th in Europe, many Spanish and Italian cities are much more densely populated and ageing population with pensioners living with family, which must have contributed to their high death rate


I’m sorry TMKF. That’s almost up there with your North Korea comment. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks. Seriously?


I’m talking facts mate , unfashionable I know but google it. 21st in Europe. Have you ever been to London, more parks than just about any other capital city I can think of

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:30 07 May 2020
by The Doctor
Kersie wrote: It wasn’t you


Ha ha! Lockdown-induced paranoia must be setting in!

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:32 07 May 2020
by Devongreenowl
themightykeithfear wrote:
Devongreenowl wrote:
themightykeithfear wrote: Germany has a similar population density to the U.K. and more cities. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks! About 20th in Europe, many Spanish and Italian cities are much more densely populated and ageing population with pensioners living with family, which must have contributed to their high death rate


I’m sorry TMKF. That’s almost up there with your North Korea comment. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks. Seriously?


I’m talking facts mate , unfashionable I know but google it. 21st in Europe. Have you ever been to London, more parks than just about any other capital city I can think of


Lived there in the early 90's. It was a nightmare then. I don’t think it’s any less densely populated now. Apart from all the holiday homers and luvvies who’ve legged it.

Re: Next season options

Posted: 12:49 07 May 2020
by themightykeithfear
Me too for 10 years, London’s parks and open spaces contribute to the great city London is. As I said not particularly densely populated compared to most European cities, but don’t take my word for it look it up. Or Maybe if you “believe” strongly enough it will change the reality

Re: Next season options

Posted: 13:36 07 May 2020
by Balham_Green
Devongr6eenowl wrote:
themightykeithfear wrote:
Devongreenowl wrote:
themightykeithfear wrote: Germany has a similar population density to the U.K. and more cities. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks! About 20th in Europe, many Spanish and Italian cities are much more densely populated and ageing population with pensioners living with family, which must have contributed to their high death rate


I’m sorry TMKF. That’s almost up there with your North Korea comment. London is not that densely populated, lots of parks. Seriously?


I’m talking facts mate , unfashionable I know but google it. 21st in Europe. Have you ever been to London, more parks than just about any other capital city I can think of




Lived there in the early 90's. It was a nightmare then. I don’t think it’s any less densely populated now. Apart from all the holiday homers and luvvies who’ve legged it.


Did you measure it?