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    The last few hours of peace and tranquility on NSC


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    Assuming the minor off season kerfuffle will be resolved tomorrow, today will be the last day of serenity on NSC.

    How do you intend to spend the last PBD? (pre binfest day)


    I shall be eagerly awaiting Motogull's L2B bike ride review.

    It seems like only yesterday, our little boy came into the geek family, all wide eyed and innocent.

    Now we have helped him, clothed him, trained him, spent a few hundred £££'s of his money, got him playing fantasy cycle, and today our little boy goes over 50 miles, for the first time, and becomes a man.

    It's enough to make a grown man cry.
    “Melancholy is incompatible with bicycling.” James E Starrs
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      You're talking rubbish, it's not going to be a binfest. Idiot.
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      Re: The last few hours of peace and tranquility on NSC


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      Assuming the minor off season kerfuffle will be resolved tomorrow, today will be the last day of serenity on NSC.

      How do you intend to spend the last PBD? (pre binfest day)


      I shall be eagerly awaiting Motogull's L2B bike ride review.

      It seems like only yesterday, our little boy came into the geek family, all wide eyed and innocent.

      Now we have helped him, clothed him, trained him, spent a few hundred £££'s of his money, got him playing fantasy cycle, and today our little boy goes over 50 miles, for the first time, and becomes a man.

      It's enough to make a grown man cry.
      Can't wait for tomorrow. Discussion about next season has been pointless up to now, non-footy topics now far too civilised due to Google, sexist stuff moved to other stuff, God it' been dull.

      Bring it on Tony n Gus, ding ding!
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      You're talking rubbish, it's not going to be a binfest. Idiot.
      Calm down petal, did someone wake up on the wrong side of the bed?
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      You're talking rubbish, it's not going to be a binfest. Idiot.
      That is true the news could break, we could all study it, then move onto the next topic.

      Or we might not.
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      Just because the meeting is tomorrow, doesnt mean we will be privy to the outcome tomorrow does it?
      The guy that invented predictive text died today, his funfair will be next fryingpan.
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      If Gus goes tomorrow then we can wish him well, celebrate his achievements and move on with new hope. Minor binfest perhaps.

      If Gus stays, then I reckon we can still look forward to next season. There will be an almighty binfest, which will possibly only subside if we get into a top 2 position and stay there until the end of the season. Gus would really need to deliver quickly in my opinion.
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      Calm down petal, did someone wake up on the wrong side of the bed?
      (I was trying to start a binfest about a binfest)
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      As a new one I'm likely to adapt far better to the oncoming binfest. It never did strike me as too bin-orientated a discussion here, certainly when merely stalking the threads without so much as a password and username. There may be news on Monday. There may be a quick descent into froth-at-the-mouth jibber jabber, in my view.
      No, just no.
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      I hope we take a step forward tomorrow and are not left waiting any longer.
      All this limbo is soooooooooo tedious.
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