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  1. Ehm... Did you miss Citys win against Crystal Palace...?
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  2. Love his recent comments about Moses being under appreciated. That is one of the most important things about being a coach: being able to develop players & also being creative enough to try new things. Have a lot of respect for this guy now. Not ashamed to say I was very wrong about him with some of my comments earlier in the season.
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  3. We're neighbors, and I've met plenty of African Americans who have feared for their lives in this city. You are right the police are insane, and the narrative that black people are criminal prone plays a big role in the interactions. My mom used to work near the Dome(Vine City) and the black crime was an issue, and cops would come near the part of town in a different mindset than they would elsewhere, and it would cause EVERYBODY to fear for their lives. Cops are on edge when they come to black areas, so its only natural for parents(and teachers) to have this conversation with them
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  4. Speaking of strikers, Conte also had a few really nice words about our current starting trio of forwards. “Pedro? He has qualities of absolute excellence. He’s perfect for the 3-4-3.” “As for Diego Costa, Diego is one of the best strikers in the world. For us it’s not just important that he’s a goalscorer, but that he works for the team. The progression in his behaviour is thanks to his application. He realised he had to grow in terms of his temperament.” “Eden Hazard? Eden’s talent is beyond question, he’s a world class player and a great lad. He has a surprising maturity for his age. H
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  5. As long as we realize this 3-0 score of this picture it's okay
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  6. https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/new-images-of-chelsea-s-proposed-stamford-bridge-redevelopment-offer-a-glimpse-into-the-future-of-the-london-derby-115034609.html
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  7. A couple of ideas I came up with for the gates competition:
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  8. I actually heard of this guy based on his missionary work in Indonesia, which I would imagine could be dangerous considering its the most populous Islamic nation on earth. I know he is Australian, but he doesnt look like he could be indonesian to me. Almost looks hapa. As far as his prophecy teachings it definitely is an interesting viewpoint. I cant say that I, even as a christian in my youth,can say I ever bought in or put too much thought in that type of Evangelism. I must admit I was more of a nice Joel Osteen/motivational speaker type of Christian. Do you think this pastor is
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  9. That isn't true. The thing about anime is that people project their own ethnicity onto the characters. Most Japanese viewers will state that Goku is Japanese, while most Westerners will say he is white. @Sir Mikel OBE I consider institutionalised racism to be laws (not private entities) that target people of specific races. The last I checked Jim Crow was done. I don't really consider things like Hamilton or the Ghost in the Shell incident sincere institutionalised racism (Mitsurugi is a human that has had her brain placed into a machine, she can look whatever ethnicity necessary,
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  10. The major difference is the vast majority of BBC dramas star white Actors in starring roles. The very few Asian lead roles are almost exclusive recast with white actors, and then Asians are used a backdrop characters to feel up space like they are part of the scenery. So while such Changing as you will see in "Ethnic" classics or a hamilton are more of a novelty, the systemic removal of Asians from lead roles in western roles are the norm and accepted. In all honesty the only, normal, Asian-American male I can think of as a character on American TV/media is Glenn from the walking
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  11. Personally like 'Moth into flame'. That's a really good one. Mid-tempo but some of the most enjoyable riffs. Really appealing if you've enjoyed their slower tracks like those from the Black album [media] [/media]
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  12. If you think about it not as a Blue you have to say Conte has done a great job. His part in our turnaround is nothing short of magic. As A Blue when we were going thru the back end of Mou theres no doubt we was in a mess. We was being linked to every manager in the world whether he was working or not. I remember MOST of us were hoping for Allegri and all the reports said hed got the job. But with his club now playing shite in the league even tho they beat Celtic arent you all bloody chuffed now we got Conte! He himself is suprized how fast and well the lads have cottoned onto the 3-4-3. Bu
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  13. I agree mate it's a shame mourinho sold him ffs
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  14. Needs to raise his game massively before even thinking about this. I have watched every game he has played for Alanyaspor, and whilst he has had some good games he has also been very shaky for the majority and also for Nigeria too.
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  15. Many Metallica fans here ? Their new record is growing inside day by day, however, the two below are the best tracks, really some of the heaviest riffs they've made for years.
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  16. Haha, that's definitely one of the better J-Pop songs I have heard Only a few K-Pop groups go the happy, colourful, girly style like this one though. Didn't know you were Japanese?
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  17. @Barbara @Rmpr @Henrique Have you guys seen this?
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  18. Oh, I don't don't disagree with you, I just don't like the actual image, not the text. Rather than portray a reality that most people, particularly people in poor crime ridden areas shouldn't be cautious and respectful of the police, it portrays that the average upper-middle class black family should fear white police. If you look at the picture, they are dressed well, have nice furniture, not exactly the socio-economic class of black people that are getting shot in record numbers. The man that dresses and speaks like a hood rat has much, much more to fear than a man of the look and behaviour
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  19. I live in Atlanta (second blackest city in America), I've literally never encountered a black person that feared for their lives or the lives of their family because of the police. I've had many black people tell me they've been profiled by the police, or been pulled over by the police because they were black, but never an actual issue with police. Not saying it doesn't happen. That image is total nonsense and perpetuates the myth of the scary white police officer killing blacks for no reason. Yes people do get killed but not because they are black it is because police are fucking insane
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  20. Good lord, let's hope we do not have a 40+ year old Terry and 35+ year old Ivanovic playing for us 5 years from now in 2021!
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  21. When we made this hire, I had high hopes. But in no way could I have imagined such a quick turn around. The attacking prowess right now is magic. Six consecutive PL clean sheets! SIX! It seems to be as simple as freeing Hazard to roam freely, get Hazard and Pedro inside the wingbacks going forward, insert Moses on the right wing, Alonso on the left wing, insert Luiz at CB and switch to a 3-4-3. Oh, and remove Ivanovic, Terry, Oscar, Fabregas and Willian from the starting XI. See, it was that simple all along Seriously though, Conte not only figured out the above formula, he waited b
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  22. “I could see his potential from the first days of the summer training camp. Moses has important qualities: technique, physical strength, the ability to cover seventy meters of the pitch.” “I find it incredible that someone like him has been underestimated.” -Antonio Conte; source: Gazzetta dello Sport via Football Italia
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  23. Teacher near the student
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  24. The more Conte stays as a Chelsea manager the more I look like an utter idiot for doubting him. Long may it continue.
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  25. One thing to consider is the Spurs have a very important away game vs Monaco on Tuesday, its pretty much a must win so you can bet they will be employing a high press in that one. They don't really have the squad to compete on both fronts so I would imagine they press against Monaco and switch to 3-4-3 against us on saturday.
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  26. Nobody will penetrate our system. But we, we will fuck every team & turn their managers to cuckolds.
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  27. His Name: Victor Moses. After three years in hell, he have come home with only one goal: to save his Chelsea Covered 62 sprints,74 touches, 54 passes, 80% accuracy, 5 crosses, 3 shots ,10.39km
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  28. David Luiz being praised. Funny. I've seen almost everything now.
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  29. yeah kenedy is. I would like to bring him back in january for cover
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  30. Uh oh. Polo has caught the TermX syndrome!
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  31. How are people complaining about his defensive skills when we literally haven't conceded ONE goal with him in the side.
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  32. Haha X-Factor, for sure Yeah, I understand this kind of music has very limited audience and probably no-one here likes this, it's difficult to find anyone who has the same taste. It is their earlier work however, they have made some more mainstream-sounding pieces that may appeal to the MTV generation.. for example currently listening to this and it is something that I can imagine being played on radio. The video is awesome too
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