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  1. SW3 Chelsea Tiger

    SW3 Chelsea Tiger Well-Known Member

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    I’ve only recently discovered the hull story & I think it’s great, I totally avoid the HDM site now
     
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  2. Quill

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    It's a paper I think Hull has desperately missed for a while. Lots of good writers who really give a **** about the local area involved. I hope it continues to thrive as it has done so far.
     
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  3. SW3 Chelsea Tiger

    SW3 Chelsea Tiger Well-Known Member

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    agreed. Feels very well put together, proper journalism not just click bait
     
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  4. TwoWrights

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    Oi ****ehawk, that was MY next line for whoever replied. :emoticon-0125-mmm:


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  5. TwoWrights

    TwoWrights Well-Known Member

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    I prefer a paper edition and rarely ever visit the HDM site. :emoticon-0125-mmm:


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  6. SW3 Chelsea Tiger

    SW3 Chelsea Tiger Well-Known Member

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    I don’t live in Hull so buying a paper copy is not an option for me
     
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  7. Tickton Tiger.

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    Read on line last nights exclusive. Fc bragging about strealing a player from Hull City's acedamy and their coach putting out a plea for more talented youngsters currently playing football in Hull to consider switching to rugby league.
     
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  8. TwoWrights

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    I live in Hull, the HDM site is mostly unreadable so it's not an option for me. :emoticon-0125-mmm:


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  9. Ric Glasgow

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    We used to buy it in the 60's...

    Location outdoor lavatory,cut or ripped into squares and held together neatly on a piece of string,dangling from a rusty nail in a brick wall...

    We've moved on!!!
















    The Glasgow Evening Times is so much softer on those gentle areas:emoticon-0148-yes:
     
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  10. TwoWrights

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    Aye, Glasgow Evening Times in one pocket, Tizer in the other. :emoticon-0125-mmm:


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  11. Baldrick's Cunning Plan

    Baldrick's Cunning Plan Well-Known Member

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    A piece of string,dangling from a rusty nail in a brick wall?.
    Luxury. We could only dream of having a piece of string,dangling from a rusty nail in a brick wall.
    We used to work 20 hours a day at mill, for a penny a month, and dad would beat us about the head and neck with a broken bottle, if we were lucky.
     
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  12. Ric Glasgow

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    Soft Dad then?:emoticon-0104-surpr
     
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  13. TwoWrights

    TwoWrights Well-Known Member

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    What?
    Oh sorry, I thought you said 'soft lad'. :emoticon-0143-smirk


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  14. Baldrick's Cunning Plan

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    Too soft. That treatment was on a good day.
     
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  15. Baldrick's Cunning Plan

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    No offence intended.
     
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  16. Phinius T Bookbinder

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    Must be struggling for talent if they are after players who’s build and skills suits football.
     
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  17. steverico

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    Like most things, newspapers, shops, dating women/men was much better before the internet came along
     
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  18. Cityzen

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    Get an ad blocker I don’t have any problems.

    Although given the standard of their supposed journalists the online and paper versions are both pretty unreadable.
     
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  19. Chazz Rheinhold

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