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Post  pooh on Thu 28 Jul - 10:48

I agree it has done JS for the local community, what will happen to the olympic village sure as hell wont be offered to the local residents, will be sold off to some yuppie or whatever they call themselves today, the stadium leased to a football team for a pitance. I heard casino's mention probably night club etc so more late evening problems.

Worst thing to happen to the UK.


PS Kitti was that an ordinary Mars bar or the extra large one.

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Post  wjk on Thu 28 Jul - 10:55

Panda wrote:Morning wjk

Apparently the transpost system in London will not be able to cope with the massive inllux of visitors, if you have ever travelled on the London Underground system you will know what I mean. I think Lioned will be better off watching events on the telly.

Morning Panda, hope your well.
God, no, never been on the London Underground. When I was on jury service I had to go on the Metro tram into central Manchester in rush hour, and that was bad enough.

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Post  Panda on Thu 28 Jul - 11:16

wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:Morning wjk

Apparently the transpost system in London will not be able to cope with the massive inllux of visitors, if you have ever travelled on the London Underground system you will know what I mean. I think Lioned will be better off watching events on the telly.

Morning Panda, hope your well.
God, no, never been on the London Underground. When I was on jury service I had to go on the Metro tram into central Manchester in rush hour, and that was bad enough.

I lived in London for six years and when you are younger you can tolerate the Tube system, but I was there a couple of years ago and felt completely
lost trying to find different undergroung Stations.

Pooh talking about the underground reminded me of a funny story that happened when I lived there. As I said ttravellers are squashed like Sardines.
This one day, I managed to have a seat and was reading a book and felt something hard against my leg.When I looked up, it was a Midget with an
erection............I kid you not.

He knew that I knew, but I couldn"t move my leg.

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Post  wjk on Thu 28 Jul - 11:47

Panda wrote:
wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:Morning wjk

Apparently the transpost system in London will not be able to cope with the massive inllux of visitors, if you have ever travelled on the London Underground system you will know what I mean. I think Lioned will be better off watching events on the telly.

Morning Panda, hope your well.
God, no, never been on the London Underground. When I was on jury service I had to go on the Metro tram into central Manchester in rush hour, and that was bad enough.

I lived in London for six years and when you are younger you can tolerate the Tube system, but I was there a couple of years ago and felt completely
lost trying to find different undergroung Stations.

Pooh talking about the underground reminded me of a funny story that happened when I lived there. As I said ttravellers are squashed like Sardines.
This one day, I managed to have a seat and was reading a book and felt something hard against my leg.When I looked up, it was a Midget with an
erection............I kid you not.

He knew that I knew, but I couldn"t move my leg.
OMG! Panda! I've got tears through laughing! It could only happen to you!

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Post  pooh on Thu 28 Jul - 11:53

wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:
wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:Morning wjk

Apparently the transpost system in London will not be able to cope with the massive inllux of visitors, if you have ever travelled on the London Underground system you will know what I mean. I think Lioned will be better off watching events on the telly.

Morning Panda, hope your well.
God, no, never been on the London Underground. When I was on jury service I had to go on the Metro tram into central Manchester in rush hour, and that was bad enough.

I lived in London for six years and when you are younger you can tolerate the Tube system, but I was there a couple of years ago and felt completely
lost trying to find different undergroung Stations.

Pooh talking about the underground reminded me of a funny story that happened when I lived there. As I said ttravellers are squashed like Sardines.
This one day, I managed to have a seat and was reading a book and felt something hard against my leg.When I looked up, it was a Midget with an
erection............I kid you not.

He knew that I knew, but I couldn"t move my leg.
OMG! Panda! I've got tears through laughing! It could only happen to you!

Bet that was hard to handle

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Post  wjk on Thu 28 Jul - 12:01

pooh wrote:
wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:
wjk wrote:
Panda wrote:Morning wjk

Apparently the transpost system in London will not be able to cope with the massive inllux of visitors, if you have ever travelled on the London Underground system you will know what I mean. I think Lioned will be better off watching events on the telly.

Morning Panda, hope your well.
God, no, never been on the London Underground. When I was on jury service I had to go on the Metro tram into central Manchester in rush hour, and that was bad enough.

I lived in London for six years and when you are younger you can tolerate the Tube system, but I was there a couple of years ago and felt completely
lost trying to find different undergroung Stations.

Pooh talking about the underground reminded me of a funny story that happened when I lived there. As I said ttravellers are squashed like Sardines.
This one day, I managed to have a seat and was reading a book and felt something hard against my leg.When I looked up, it was a Midget with an
erection............I kid you not.

He knew that I knew, but I couldn"t move my leg.
OMG! Panda! I've got tears through laughing! It could only happen to you!

Bet that was hard to handle

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Post  kitti on Thu 28 Jul - 12:39

I would off slapped his miniature erection with my book!!



Why is it, when you go on the underground and get on a tube....knowbody gives you eye contact, they are either reading a paper or making sure they DON'T give you eye contact.


They never look at you, they are always in a hurry and you could lie dead at the bottom off the escalater and they would step over you, that's how bad it is.


When I lived in Wales it didn't matter what time off day or night it was, they would acknowledge you with a good morning or evening, it took a while to get used to this and in the beginning I used to either think ....do they know me , what they talking to me for....but it wasn't THEM that were odd, it's other people.

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Post  kitti on Thu 28 Jul - 12:44

pooh wrote:I agree it has done JS for the local community, what will happen to the olympic village sure as hell wont be offered to the local residents, will be sold off to some yuppie or whatever they call themselves today, the stadium leased to a football team for a pitance. I heard casino's mention probably night club etc so more late evening problems.

Worst thing to happen to the UK.


PS Kitti was that an ordinary Mars bar or the extra large one.




I'd rather my pound being spent on the homeless ...and talking off homeless, they are going to try and clean the streets up off them BEFORE the visitors come, where they are going to hide them for two weeks is a mystery but straight after they will prob throw them back their in their cardbard boxes...poor sods.


It will be an EXTRA LARGE mars bar , the amount I'm paying!

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Post  pooh on Thu 28 Jul - 12:46

kitti wrote:
pooh wrote:I agree it has done JS for the local community, what will happen to the olympic village sure as hell wont be offered to the local residents, will be sold off to some yuppie or whatever they call themselves today, the stadium leased to a football team for a pitance. I heard casino's mention probably night club etc so more late evening problems.

Worst thing to happen to the UK.


PS Kitti was that an ordinary Mars bar or the extra large one.




I'd rather my pound being spent on the homeless ...and talking off homeless, they are going to try and clean the streets up off them BEFORE the visitors come, where they are going to hide them for two weeks is a mystery but straight after they will prob throw them back their in their cardbard boxes...poor sods.


It will be an EXTRA LARGE mars bar , the amount I'm paying!

Same place as Madeleine I guess at least they wont come back.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 28 Jul - 22:44

Well apart from all that i do enjoy the Olympics,particularly the Athletics and the Decathlon.

We are very good at moaning in this country and putting ourselves down.Yes that sebastion coe gets on my tits he's an oily git,and boris is a complete prat saying he aint got tickets,he'll go to whatever he wants,and the ticket distribution was a total load of crap.And the promised jobs many went to imported labour,and that sculpture thing is rubbish and its cost shit loads of money.Transport will be terrible but i've been to Wembley and that was terrible and i've worked in London and its always terrible.

Thing is i aint going to moan about it because we will make a good job of it and for a short period of time we will see people enjoying themselves and having fun and competing at a high level and what will be left afterwards will be a damn site better than the shit hole of an area that was there before.

Dont forget there is also the 'Paralympics' and i may have a go at a few events there as well.

Shame we dont spend a bit more money on facilities for the future and nurturing our young prospects rather than sending troops to places that are none of our business.

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Post  Badboy on Thu 28 Jul - 22:55

TODAY IS EXACTLY A YEAR UNTIL THE OLYMPICS

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Post  Lioned on Fri 2 Sep - 22:37

Applications for London 2012 Paralympic Games tickets open in just seven days’ time on Friday 9 September 2011!

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Post  Panda on Wed 26 Oct - 16:59

FA Plans Showpiece Olympic Football Games






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10:11pm UK, Tuesday October 25, 2011

Ian Dovaston, sports news correspondent

The Football Association is discussing a showpiece double-headed friendly
involving both men and women’s Olympic football teams next July.





The showpiece matches will be played as an introduction to
the 2012 Olympics



Two games would be played in one afternoon at one of the UK’s larger venues,
with the favoured dates likely to be July 14 or 21.

But the FA and the British Olympic
Association
(BOA) would have to steer clear of official 2012 venues
including Wembley, Newcastle’s St James’s Park and Manchester’s Old
Trafford.

Also ruled out are Glasgow’s Hampden Park and Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium,
though what are currently expected to be a largely English squads might hardly
get an ecstatic welcome outside of England.

It is likely to be the men’s and women’s second and final preparation game
before the Games’ football competition begins in earnest on July 25 in
Cardiff.



Wembley is a multi-sport official 2012 Olympic venue



The showpiece friendly matches would be "a really big platform for us," an FA
spokesman said.

The Team GB
football managers - Stuart Pearce and Hope Powell - will produce long lists of
players next month which will allow those chosen to declare their availability
or otherwise for the tournament.

That list will be shortened by next March, with the finalised squad announced
on July 8, before being kitted out by the BOA at Loughborough on July 16.

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney and the England manager Fabio Capello will shortly be
consulted about any appeal by the FA to Uefa against his European
Championships three-match ban.

The FA is still waiting for Uefa’s reasoned judgment
after European football’s governing body found the Manchester United player
guilty of assaulting a Montenegro defender.

That judgment must arrive at FA headquarters by latest 5pm on October 27.

They then have three days to lodge their intention to appeal and a further
six days to submit it.



Team GB's Hope Powell and Stuart Pearce will produce a
list of players



The FA, keen to back their manager and their player with a robust argument,
has lawyers working on the details of that appeal.

It is understood the FA may feel that a three-match ban in a 38-game season
may be proportional punishment, but that a similar ban in a potential six-game
tournament may not be.

The FA, meanwhile, has identified three options for its team base at next
summer’s European Championships, with the favourite being a city centre
location, among the restaurants and coffee bars of Poland’s second city,
Krakow.

The choice would be in sharp contrast with the monastic surrounds England
found under Capello in rustic Rustenburg for South Africa 2010, where the
players complained of being bored.

While it runs the risk that England’s footballers could over-indulge along
the lines of their rugby counterparts at the recent World Cup, there is a
recognition that the squad’s preparations for major tournament games had to
change.



The England team stayed in Rustenburg during the last
World Cup



FA officials visited Poland for the first time last year and will make a
decision from a number of options in the next few weeks.

The players, as well as being allowed to stray from their base between
training and games, would take part in coaching sessions with local
children.

‘We are trying to do things differently,’ said an FA spokesman.

‘It won’t be South Africa, put it that way.’

The FA has arranged for a new FA Cup winners’ medal to be struck for Peter
Reid, the former Plymouth Argyle manager who auctioned the original to raise
funds for the club that ultimately sacked him in September.

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Post  Lioned on Wed 26 Oct - 17:17

To be fair they are trying hard to shift them footie tickets,which have never been that popular at the Olympics.

Stewart Pearce and Hope Powell are good choices and popular for the managers.I would imagine Pearce will bring in Beckham somewhere and some reasonably big name players.

May actually start to get interesting.

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Post  Panda on Wed 26 Oct - 17:43

Lioned wrote:To be fair they are trying hard to shift them footie tickets,which have never been that popular at the Olympics.

Stewart Pearce and Hope Powell are good choices and popular for the managers.I would imagine Pearce will bring in Beckham somewhere and some reasonably big name players.

May actually start to get interesting.

Hi Lioned, when Britain bid for the Olympics there were mutterings about the cost, especially since unemployment was high and the cost
could be astronomical. There has only been one Country who made a Profit from the Olympics and that was the U.S.A., Greece was paying for years after. Now the World is facing a possible recession , the EU Countries even worse off than us and we have high unemployment and
high inflation. Do you really think the Games will be a success or measure up to the awesome display China put on.?

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Post  Lioned on Wed 26 Oct - 22:06

The games will be a success without a doubt and will leave some kind of athletics legacy for others to enjoy for at least a while and the kids (mostly in London admitedly) will love it.
It will bring in a lot of business for Hotels restaurants and the like (mostly in London admitedly).

I get fed up with people moaning about what its all cost,the money has been found and its all paid for as far as i know and rather that than spend it on stuff that will just disolve into nothing or on war torn third World rubbish.

What it has cost is not a fraction of the waste that is the Euro crap.

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Post  malena stool on Thu 27 Oct - 19:41

Shame the organisers couldn't see any further afield than London. Leicester, Nottingham or Derby would be a lot more central and give a lot more people, hotels and businesses chance of a bite at the cherry. But as we all know, just north of Watford a large black cloud descends to ground level and wild animals will often attack unwary travellers....

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Post  Panda on Thu 27 Oct - 19:52

malena stool wrote:Shame the organisers couldn't see any further afield than London. Leicester, Nottingham or Derby would be a lot more central and give a lot more people, hotels and businesses chance of a bite at the cherry. But as we all know, just north of Watford a large black cloud descends to ground level and wild animals will often attack unwary travellers....

Yes Malena , the Organisers forget there is more to Britain than London which is a congested City already without all the extra traffic the
Olympics will bring.

Was is the Empire games which left a huge Dome which no one knew what to do with after the Games? If I remember rightly it was eventually
sold to some entreprener ......don"t know what he did with it.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 27 Oct - 20:18

I'm afraid London is the Capital so thats where it has to be.There are other events/venues around the country,mostly footie,at Manchester,Coventry,Cardiff,Newcastle,Hampden Park and there is the Boat stuff down in Weymouth.

Got to face up to the fact that all the Posh wives want to go shopping in London where the corporate entertaining is what they look for.And all the other sights as well.

And offcourse everyone wants to see where the Queen lives so there.

I live down in Kent but can get to the station in 20 mins and into London on the fast train takes 18 mins so its easy for me.

Anyway i am looking forward to the Beach Volleyball and afternoon tea in Horseguards parade.

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Post  Panda on Thu 27 Oct - 20:31

Lioned wrote:I'm afraid London is the Capital so thats where it has to be.There are other events/venues around the country,mostly footie,at Manchester,Coventry,Cardiff,Newcastle,Hampden Park and there is the Boat stuff down in Weymouth.

Got to face up to the fact that all the Posh wives want to go shopping in London where the corporate entertaining is what they look for.And all the other sights as well.

And offcourse everyone wants to see where the Queen lives so there.

I live down in Kent but can get to the station in 20 mins and into London on the fast train takes 18 mins so its easy for me.

Anyway i am looking forward to the Beach Volleyball and afternoon tea in Horseguards parade.

Did you win any other events in the bidding Lioned.?

I lived in Central London for 6 years a long time ago and every morning had to travel by tube to work sandwiched like a sardine. Nothing
changes, the last time I was there to see Cirque de Soleil and the same conditions applied. I pity the poor Tourists trying to find their way
around.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 27 Oct - 22:19

I really wanted to go to the Olympic stadium for an Athletics evening but didnt get it so only have the Beach volleyball which i only applied for as a bit of a joke but hope there will be some kind of 'swop shop' next year when we can maybe exchange tickets with other people,this is what i understand might happen anyway.

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Post  Panda on Thu 27 Oct - 22:38

Lioned wrote:I really wanted to go to the Olympic stadium for an Athletics evening but didnt get it so only have the Beach volleyball which i only applied for as a bit of a joke but hope there will be some kind of 'swop shop' next year when we can maybe exchange tickets with other people,this is what i understand might happen anyway.

I think what might happen Lioned is the Economic situation will result in a lot of tickets nearer the date being offered for sale on e-bay and
you might be lucky.

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Post  malena stool on Thu 27 Oct - 22:44

Lioned wrote:I'm afraid London is the Capital so thats where it has to be.There are other events/venues around the country,mostly footie,at Manchester,Coventry,Cardiff,Newcastle,Hampden Park and there is the Boat stuff down in Weymouth.

Got to face up to the fact that all the Posh wives want to go shopping in London where the corporate entertaining is what they look for.And all the other sights as well.

And offcourse everyone wants to see where the Queen lives so there.

I live down in Kent but can get to the station in 20 mins and into London on the fast train takes 18 mins so its easy for me.

Anyway i am looking forward to the Beach Volleyball and afternoon tea in Horseguards parade.
I would have liked to have seen some track and field but it would be like watching Lilliputians performing so I'll be content to watch it on the box with a glass of beer and some finger food.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 27 Oct - 22:57

Panda wrote:
Lioned wrote:I really wanted to go to the Olympic stadium for an Athletics evening but didnt get it so only have the Beach volleyball which i only applied for as a bit of a joke but hope there will be some kind of 'swop shop' next year when we can maybe exchange tickets with other people,this is what i understand might happen anyway.

I think what might happen Lioned is the Economic situation will result in a lot of tickets nearer the date being offered for sale on e-bay and
you might be lucky.

They will not go on sale on Ebay,that will be banned.There could be lots of 'corporate' seats left empty from what i hear which will be an embarassment for the organisers if thats the case.Some Hotel/event packages are still available with Thompsons i think if you want to spend loads of £££'s.

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Post  Panda on Fri 28 Oct - 3:42

Lioned wrote:
Panda wrote:
Lioned wrote:I really wanted to go to the Olympic stadium for an Athletics evening but didnt get it so only have the Beach volleyball which i only applied for as a bit of a joke but hope there will be some kind of 'swop shop' next year when we can maybe exchange tickets with other people,this is what i understand might happen anyway.

I think what might happen Lioned is the Economic situation will result in a lot of tickets nearer the date being offered for sale on e-bay and
you might be lucky.

They will not go on sale on Ebay,that will be banned.There could be lots of 'corporate' seats left empty from what i hear which will be an embarassment for the organisers if thats the case.Some Hotel/event packages are still available with Thompsons i think if you want to spend loads of £££'s.

No, I"ll watch it on the Telly.. Unless the Economy picks up though I think there won"t be that many big spenders among the Tourists.

I just wonder what the opening Ceremony will be like, the Chinese display was awesome.

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