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1  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: JUSTIN TRUDEAU BLACKING UP on: Today at 10:26:07 AM
Nothing wrong with blackface, however the fact that the most woke person on the face of the earth has been caught doing it is funny as fuck charles

I would still suggest avoiding Black face, I think even when league of gentleman did it, it was part of the grotesque nature of pappa lazarou, and in little Britain it was as a way of pushing boundaries and satirizing British society.

BUT if there has to be a high profile victim of call-out culture on the left before we can get back to normality, I can't think of a better hypocrite.
2  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: JUSTIN TRUDEAU BLACKING UP on: Yesterday at 05:28:33 AM
It's fuckng hilarious.

I know this was Canada, but I would think most people (teenagers included) in 2001 knew not to turn up to a party in black face. Can you imagine rocking up to a fancy dress like that
:basil:

Saying that, you had 4 Australia Doctors all in Black-face doing a Jackson 5 tribute on Australian Prime-Time TV back in 2008.




Still it's funny seeing him being held to the same ridiculous standards he has been happy to support in the past.

This Paul Joseph Watson video is funny:
https://youtu.be/VZBntuxFQwo
3  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: The elite is guilty of treason on: Yesterday at 01:14:24 AM
Listened to about half of it. Everything he says about parliament and their contempt for the people is entirely correct. Our so called democracy is a total sham and we need new constitution with proportional representation, elected upper and lower houses and get rid if these leeches who've been sucking the blood out of our country for far too long

However, leaving the EU will solve none of this

He has an interesting pont about Proportional Representation, expanding on what he said if elections of MPs are to be based on what I assume is a percentage of the public vote, what would be the mechanism for voting out MPs?

The only way I could see of not breaking the connection of MPs to their constituents would be to increase the number of sitting MPs.

I can't say I've given PR much in-depth thought. So, any ideas on that?
4  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: NIGEL BENN.... on: September 18, 2019, 06:03:06 PM
At least Oliver McCall at 54 has the sense to limit his activity to house fights against no hopers.

Benn is likely to get seriously hurt by Bika
5  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / The elite is guilty of treason on: September 18, 2019, 05:51:27 PM
Decent podcast
David Starkey being interviewed by Brendan O'Neill

 https://youtu.be/jUxV6SvQHc0
6  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Musical instruments on: September 18, 2019, 05:48:31 PM
I USED TO PLAY THE DRUMS   


CRACKING 6  PEICE PEARL SET I HAD  WITH 2 CRASH SYMBOLS   :homer:

Did you have a second floor-tom?
7  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Fury - Wallin on: September 16, 2019, 07:18:40 AM
Liddle do you accept that Fury should have won when he fought Wilder if not for bent scorecards?


I DON'T NO......IF YOU GET KNOCKED DOWN  LIKE HE DID AND NEARLY COUNTED OUT   :like:   YOU HAVE TO DO A LOT MORE THAN HE DID TO TAKE SOMEONES BELT ESPECIALLY ON THEIR SOIL.....HE MIGHT HAVE LANDED MORE JABS AND PUNCHES....BUT MOST OF THAT FIGHT HE WAS BACKING AWAY FROM WILDER....HIT AND RUN......TRUE CHAMOS CAN DO THIS.....BUT THEY CAN ALSO FINISH A FIGHT TOO WITH A KNOCKOUT PUNCH OR FLURRY....JUST LIKE ALI  COULD OR SUGAR RAY COULD......FURY IN MY EYES IS ONE BIG PIKEY FRAUD......HE WAS LUCKY HE WAS NOT STOPPED VERSES WILLAN COZ THAT CUT WAS NASTY AND IF IT WAS ON WILLANS FACE THAT FIGHT WOULD HAVE BEEN STOPPED   :like:

In the 10th round against Wilder after suffering a flash knock down in the 9th Fury put on a masterclass:

In round 10 wilder landed 3% of his thrown punches: A single jab
Fury landed 2 jabs and 8 power shots.

Credit to wilder he wasn't put down, but if you are looking for a one sided 10-8 round, you won't find many better examples in boxing.

The scoring in that fight was criminal
The British judge was clearly giving bias to Wilder as the champion, and finding any excuse to give him rounds, but the Mexican judge clearly didn't give a shit and had already filled out his score card before the fight.

You shouldn't have to knock out the champ to be the champ
It's a farse when two of three judges have already picked their winner


8  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Fury - Wallin on: September 15, 2019, 08:33:08 AM
HAD HIS FACE BUTCHERED BY AN UNKNOWN JOURNEYMAN  👍

TALKS A GOOD FIGHT THAT IS ABOUT IT !!!

Though I didn't think it should have been PPV.
Wallin isn't really a journeyman, he was a big youngish heavyweight with a 20-0-0 record.  He was probably around euro-level going into this fight.
Which is why is thought PPV was taking the piss.
Saying that if he was American rather than Swedish he would have a much bigger profile.
9  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Fury - Wallin on: September 15, 2019, 12:39:28 AM
Cheers
I might give it a watch, as it's on at a decent time here.

But only if I have nothing better to do this morning.
I like Fury, but you'd have to be a pretty big fan to not only get up at 3am, but shell out £20 for this one
10  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: WORLD HAS GONE MAD: NUMBER 23,634 on: September 13, 2019, 05:08:08 AM
I know genetics have an effect
But this body positivity movement is the height of decadence

It's like saying why should I have to eat at a sustainable level, let alone consider exercise.  Society should just accept and support me as I push for my unhealthy body type to come under the umbrella of not only none-of-your-business but that of sexy


11  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: The Bearded Lady on: September 10, 2019, 09:26:19 PM
BBC News - Trans and pregnant: How one man gave birth to his own baby
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-49596060

So beautiful. I like the part where he goes hurrrrrrrrrrr


How much did this abomination cost the British taxpayer?

£623,000?
12  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / The Bearded Lady on: September 10, 2019, 05:07:29 PM
BBC News - Trans and pregnant: How one man gave birth to his own baby
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-49596060

So beautiful. I like the part where he goes hurrrrrrrrrrr
13  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: THE 21 TORY TRAITORS..... on: September 08, 2019, 03:20:40 AM



 It's true though, Brexit is the wrecking ball of a wealthy sect who are using disenchantment of the EU to turn the UK into a free for all for the exploitation of British workers and to wreck the NHS and our welfare system.


It seems that corporations are quite happy exploting the imported work force as it is though.  Surely it is easier to exploit a working class European who doesn't fully understand our language and their working rights, than someone raised here.

I've linked an interview with a guy who went undercover at places like Amazon's warehouse, and I'm not sure how being the EU is helping these people...

If they were trying to exploit a British workforce in such a way, sure this would make the news. So wouldn't it be cheaper for them to exploit immigrants like this in the gig economy than naturalised Brits?


https://youtu.be/EkygW81dzd4
14  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Brexit Poll - Fight to the Death! on: September 07, 2019, 01:38:25 AM
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But I suspect it won't be a vote purely based on Brexit

Oh it will. Couldn't give a fuck if it destroys both parties as long as we are out.

Never thought I'd see the day when I resented Labour



I don't know if lifetime labour supporters would be able to hold their noses and vote Tory though.  Not on mass anyway.  Best bet is for the Brexit party to target the seats in the working class labour heart lands.

I suspect it would have to be a negative campaign rather than a positive one, highlighting which MPs have continued to support remain whilst "representing" constituencies that return large majorities for Leave
15  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Brexit Poll - Fight to the Death! on: September 06, 2019, 10:02:43 PM
Well that was a surprise (not)

92% in favour of option 1

and presumably Rids and Towz were the other %

Go  :nige:!

I am curious as to how people will actually vote.
But I suspect it won't be a vote purely based on Brexit.  Otherwise there could be a blood bath:

Of 650 constituencies, 408 are estimated to have voted leave

One example of a rather prominent MP recently is Jess Phillips whose constituents voted 60+% in favour of leave


Basically Brexit not only won the "popular vote" but based on constituency level estimates it was a bit of a landslide.

So I imagine there are a number of nervous MP who continue to vote their conscience

But I've already seen some vocal leavers, saying they would tactically vote labour because they hate the Tories (or words to that effect).  When push comes to shove, I'm confident Boro will remain labour for better or worse, as it always has and no doubt always will do
16  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: In this age of equality ... on: September 03, 2019, 09:29:12 AM
Fucking hell, she's had a tough paper round
17  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Boxing tonight then.. on: September 02, 2019, 02:34:36 AM
and how the fuck is the card theyve announced for 26th October a ppv, who the fucks going to pay for that

Josh Taylor vs Regis Prograis

Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker

Lawrence Okolie in a European title fight

Ricky Burns vs Lee Selby

Conor Benn

It's not so bad, a unification title fight between two of the top three Super Light Weights.
Both undefeated.

But the reality is Crawford cleaned up the Super light weight division and now campaigns at Welter.
Add to that you have another superstar in Lomenchenko fighting at Lightweight.
Mikey Garcia has just skipped over the division it seems...

As for the heavy weight, that is a very good undercard fight. They are both top 10 heavies for me.
And I think Whyte got some really fortunate refereeing calls that swung both fights in his favour where they took recent loses against him.

But yeah I do kind of agree that pay per view should be reserved for undisputed and big name fights
Parker v Whyte was the start of a slippery slope, even though it did good numbers

Would be a bit easier on the boxing fans of Britain are paying through the nose a bit, whereas in America they do pay a lot more for the big fights on showtime, but they have access to ESPN+ and DAZN

DAZN, being based in Britain really needs to put out a service ...
But I imagine they have some sort of an agreement with Skysports not to do so



18  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: JUST GOT NETFLIX on: September 02, 2019, 01:30:06 AM
What kind of shows do you normally enjoy

There is a hell of a lot of decent stuff on there

Also do you have a 4K HDR TV?
19  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: do you read the same book more than once. on: August 31, 2019, 05:30:43 AM
Do comic books count?

I mean, graphic novels
 :jowo4:
20  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Middle-class protests on: August 31, 2019, 05:27:34 AM
Our country needs a civil war

It might cut down on electric as they leave their keyboards
would be just the fillip for dairy farmers
 :milkshake:
21  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Your favourite portrayal of the devil.. on: August 31, 2019, 05:02:48 AM
Tim Curry, Legend
22  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Is this prorogation of Parliament really that unusual? on: August 30, 2019, 12:15:40 AM
Haha, i told you I was late to this. 3am to be exact

Prorogation, not porogation.  I'll edit
There were a few probations In there too
 mcl

Could be worse I suppose, I could be calling this a coup d'etat
 :nige:
23  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Voting intention on: August 29, 2019, 09:20:59 PM
Feel the same, I would vote in support of Brexit.

Personally I would prefer a GE after Brexit, so this doesnt become a single issue election, whereby the winning party can sneak in a load of other policies the public have no stomach for through the back door
24  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Is this porogation of Parliament really that unusual? on: August 29, 2019, 08:52:04 PM
On 7 May 2019 the current parliamentary session reached a striking landmark. It became the longest session by sitting days since the English Civil War (1642-51). It was already unusual, having lasted over three different calendar years, beginning on 13 June 2017. As of Friday (10 May 2019) it has run for 298 sitting days, and 2,657 hours and 56 minutes.

https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/parliament-and-elections/parliament/is-this-the-longest-parliamentary-session-ever/

25  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Is this prorogation of Parliament really that unusual? on: August 29, 2019, 08:51:10 PM
I'm a bit late on this one.  I read the melt down they were having on certain message boards, and I was curious what people's views were on this.

Apparently this will be the longest parliamentary prorogation since 1940s.

Though one thing I did notice was the BBC wrote that this session was longer than average as it had run about 3 years. This got me curious as a lot of the criticism seems to be:

1) The length of the prorogation
2) It being used to bypass parliament
3) All this being unprecedented

So, whether right or wrong, I don't have enough info to make a call on this yet, but a few things came up. But prorogation was used to bypass the house of lords in 1947. So this doesn't seem to be the first time in recent history.

On the length of the prorogation, I'm not sure it is quite as outrageous as being depicted by some quarters.The prorogation of parliament will last about 5 weeks (I thought 30 days, but it's just over a month), but it seems 3 weeks is not unusual. This parliamentary session, is long at over three years (most last one year).  But on top of that this has had the most sitting days of any parliament since the 1600s!

So is a lengthy prorogation really that unexpected?



26  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: The most arrogant comment Ive ever read on: August 28, 2019, 02:28:13 AM
Not sure who Martin Hall is, but seems a bit callous to give the guy shit for that. It was more than likely one of that lady's final wishes before passing
27  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: The most arrogant comment Ive ever read on: August 28, 2019, 01:01:16 AM
Apart from the obvious blowing smoke up his own arse.   I agree with the general sentiment.   And i actually agree with towz.

If we want a democracy we can take seriously we need politics at gcse as standard.    It's very difficult to deliver an unbiased curriculum that doesn't mean we should try.   At worst it would get young people thinking about politics and trying to form opinions and standpoints.

I'm a rwnj remainder for anyone interested.

I have always thought it would be good to have politics at GCSE level. It will always be difficult to remove teacher bias from the equation, but it's not like at university where a professor can throw out the syllabus to espouse the greatness of Marx for weeks on end behind closed doors.
28  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Players not playing for Woodgate on: August 27, 2019, 04:56:31 PM
Fuckng hell bit early for this like
29  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: WHAT IS RED NOSED ROBS JOB on: August 23, 2019, 04:57:25 AM
Project manager for Boro council?
30  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Does PJW read COB? on: August 22, 2019, 08:42:30 AM
I've been wondering who the lunatics were in the comments section :lids:
31  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: the corruption of the real working mans politics on: August 21, 2019, 02:55:50 PM
Probably looking to a politically savy homegrown independent.
The trouble is whether we like it or not party politics have a strangle hold on the system.  It's probably difficult to negotiate a better deal for the town if are a lone voice in the halls of power
32  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Time for a sexy image thread. on: August 18, 2019, 04:17:53 AM
33  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Owen Jones attacked on: August 18, 2019, 03:24:02 AM
Don't agree with this, but at the end of the day the far left thought it was fair game to "punch a nazi", so I imagine the far right thought it was fair game to "kick a commie"

#kickacommie
34  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Jeffrey Epstein on: August 12, 2019, 05:08:26 AM
I REKON TRUMP AD HIM TOPPED BEFORE HE COUND CHIRP

I think trump was counting on him chirping

Reckon so too.  There are stories of Trump kicking Epstein out of his club when he heard Epstein was being weird with young female staff.
Trump was the only one allowed to grab em by the pussy. 

Haha quite possibly mcl

I see the BBC have already got behind the "nothing to see here" narrative
35  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Best English Top Flight Achievement on: August 12, 2019, 04:15:25 AM
I'll go for Forest just beating out Leceister due to them doing it over a number of seasons.

I am just guessing, but I'm guessing Europe was a more competitive open competition back then as well, so getting through a knock out tournament would be particularly challenging
36  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Jeffrey Epstein on: August 12, 2019, 02:38:31 AM
I REKON TRUMP AD HIM TOPPED BEFORE HE COUND CHIRP

I think trump was counting on him chirping

Reckon so too.  There are stories of Trump kicking Epstein out of his club when he heard Epstein was being weird with young female staff.
37  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Jeffrey Epstein on: August 12, 2019, 02:37:08 AM
Prince A definitely as a lot of questions to answer but never will have to.

See itís now being reported the the CCTV wasnít working properly in the maximum security prison! And that the guards didnít follow the proper procedures.

I read he was in suicide watch as well

Definitely as case of being "suicided"
38  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: joshua vs ruiz rematch. on: August 10, 2019, 01:57:03 PM
Seems he's dropped some muscle mass so he's going for endurance /stamina over size and weight.

That could be the effects of just taking a vacation from training though.  I imagine it takes a lot of effort to maintain the size he is at

But think you are right in that it's the approach he should take
39  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: POOR LASS PROBLY DEAD NOW OR BEEN PAST ABOUT on: August 10, 2019, 12:33:17 PM
Not a pleasant story, but I wonder who were her guardians for this trip to the UK?  She was 15 after all.
40  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: joshua vs ruiz rematch. on: August 10, 2019, 12:30:06 PM
Yeah havenít changed my mind since the rematch was first mooted, will be along boring 12 rounder AJ will jab away using his reach, he wonít take any risks and it will be a comfortable points win.
He will fight like Lewis did in the Tua rematch, Use his reach and height and Ruiz wonít get near.

Yeah think that has to be the game plan.  Think they will have to get in a referee that is a bit of a spoiler too. Hopefully not though, as I want to see the best fight possible, rather than a referee preventing any Ruiz inside work
41  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Sirius Minerals New Mine on: August 06, 2019, 05:55:42 PM
I really hope no one lost out too far beyond what they could afford
I remember all the posts a year or so ago on fmttm encouraging people to strike while the iron was hot, and how it was a sure thing based on insider knowledge etc. etc.

I'm sure someone up the chain made a killing
42  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Dylian white on: August 01, 2019, 10:34:46 PM
Latest is both fighters passed the drug tests before the fight.  

I believe it is both fighters passed the VADA tests taken before and after the fight

But the issue is that UKAD took a sample which they found something in.  Now UKAD isn't talking, the only information out there in the public is from an anonymous whistle blower who gave details to a respected boxing journalist.

You then had Warren making claims that he had inside information , this video has since been removed. And yet WBC have suspended Whyte, based on claims in  a website article. That is a problem in itself, given WBC use VADA for its clean boxing program

And WBA have also removed him from their rankings

Guess we will be waiting a while on UKADs B-sample or whatever court case is probably underway
43  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Total pricks from songs on: July 31, 2019, 10:15:11 PM
Big Jim from Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts sounds like he got what was coming to him
44  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Dylian white on: July 31, 2019, 07:44:26 AM
I have brought up many times on here that they're all at it. The drug testing in all levels of Boxing is pathetic.




You thinking that Whyte is being singled out is laughable.

Think you've misinterpreted my words there. I said he is just unlucky to get caught, not that he has been singled out. But if he has rolled the dice, he takes the chance

My conspiracy theory was clearly a bit of a joke, as how would Al Haymon have any influence over UKAD... My point was more that Wilder is a tit

45  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Cliches about the BBC on: July 31, 2019, 01:13:34 AM
I wonder how dark they will be willing to go regarding repurcussions the character would face
46  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Dylian white on: July 30, 2019, 10:56:52 PM
Just for context of current ring magazine top 10 heavyweights
4/10 have had suspensions due to adverse findings
It was 5/10 when Miller got caught...
47  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Dylian white on: July 30, 2019, 10:22:05 PM
Haha, funny timing though

When Wilder gets a tough mandatory his opponent pops dirty (see povetkin) and Wilder will be up in arms on social media about how disgraceful it all is
Despite the fact he seems very willing to fight someone like Ortiz (who failed twice) and his brother recently got done as well

But I think it's part of the territory that the other heavy weights have to come out and condemn Whyte (or Miller as it was)

Anyway innocent until proven guilty for Whyte.  But it doesn't look good.

My assumption is he is one of the unlucky ones to get caught, rather than the top level of heavy boxing being particularly clean.  



souey    souey    souey

You think with all the potential TUEs kicking about that the top heavy weights aren't on anything?
I imagine there is an unnaturally high rate of asthmatics in boxing for example (whether performance enhancing or not)

WBC have just announced a provisional suspension
https://www.boxingscene.com/wbc-suspends-dillian-whytes-position-interim-champ-mandatory--141319
48  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: BORIS HAS WIPED THE FLOOR WITH LABOUR.... on: July 29, 2019, 04:49:56 AM
Not surprised

Too much copy-and-pasting and not enough reading beyond the Google results page goes on over there

Now if you were looking for some low iq hot takes...


Leave COB out of this Barnesy

 mcl :basil:
49  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: BORIS HAS WIPED THE FLOOR WITH LABOUR.... on: July 28, 2019, 10:42:25 PM
Not surprised

Too much copy-and-pasting and not enough reading beyond the Google results page goes on over there

Now if you were looking for some low iq hot takes...
50  ComeOnBoro.com / ComeOnBoro.com Message Board / Re: Dylian white on: July 27, 2019, 04:28:44 AM
Haha, funny timing though

When Wilder gets a tough mandatory his opponent pops dirty (see povetkin) and Wilder will be up in arms on social media about how disgraceful it all is
Despite the fact he seems very willing to fight someone like Ortiz (who failed twice) and his brother recently got done as well

But I think it's part of the territory that the other heavy weights have to come out and condemn Whyte (or Miller as it was)

Anyway innocent until proven guilty for Whyte.  But it doesn't look good.

My assumption is he is one of the unlucky ones to get caught, rather than the top level of heavy boxing being particularly clean. 
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