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Killed off for good though? I hope not. The kids will always find a way. It could be going on right under our noses - we'd never know about it.
--------It's political correctness gone mad!
Still a thriving squat party scene in London if you can be arsed with dodginess of the people and the places.
Got a few more contacts recently with people who go to squat parties, it's just a case of being arsed, as you so rightly point out.
Managed to stagger on with the stella (got lots of funny looks) until 07:00.
I really couldn't see the attraction of dancing around in an overpriced bar all night though. Drugs or no drugs.
Of course, I never could though could I :).
Bring on the rawk.
Well done for going the distance though, I'm impressed.
Still don't want to muck about with psychoactives if you know what I mean. Stick to pickling myself I reckon.
Still, if you're not that bothered, don't bother...
When are you down in London again anyway? Fancy the Hope for the Paruguay match (next Saturday afternoon)?
It's funny seeing yourself through others' eyes. We're a strange lot.
Everybody still hates me in this city and I hate everybody.
Do you think immigration from Latin America has changed things at all?
sorry if i've misunderstood and you are actually from one of the only 4 countries that are actually better than the USA (5th)
USia comes about 15th by the look of it. You could make a killing in the betting market with your great understanding of the international game.
Also, your link is a well known site for trolls. Better content than adequacy, anyway.
Though for a bit of perspective you might want to consider that a lot of the teams in that top 20 haven't even made it to the World Cup.
So do you hit the frisbee with the stick things?
I don't play golf, but between 1966 and 1976 I caddied hundreds of rounds.She has effectively checked out. She's an un-person of her own making. So it falls to me.--ad hoc (in the hole)
Oh, you did make it each way at half-odds, of course. Didn't you?
£10 each-way on USA at 80/1 means my total stake is £20, with £10 being on the USA to win (80/1) and £10 on USA to get to the final (40/1).
So, if USA make the final but lose, I get £400 returns. If USA make the final and win, I get £1200 returns.
You'll find the same thing on say the grand national, except there your second bet will be at loer odds (quarter odds) but you'll win if the horse comes 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th.
It's a good thing to do if you're backing an outsider (and a shit thing to do if you're backing a favourite - you can win back less than you staked).
I'm going to look a right muppet at the bookies in Brixton later.
So if USA reach the final and lose, your returns are £5 * 40 = £200.
If they reach the final and win, your returns are (£5 * 40) + (£5 * 80) = £600
Wading through all the terminology on WillHill.com - Jesus it's complicated! I bet the wasters who hang around in betting shops all day could do a decent job of running the economy (if they didn't go and spunk it all on a horse that is).
I really ought to sign up. Ten again, maybe not. I can see myself playing the bookie on there too much for my own good. And my wallet's good.