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  1. Sky go

    I've got access to Sky go through my family. I wanted to watch the Barce game but I can't log on. It gives this message. Any ideas? Please update your system settingsIf you have recently upgraded to Windows 10 and/or are experiencing issues watching on Sky Go, you may need to update...
  2. Question Other languages

    As I listen to the Manics new album, there's a track with a German lady singing....and it's damn sexy. I've always loved the sound of German, even if I can't speak a word of it and sometimes in the gym there's some African chaps who speak (I think) Swahilil and it's like they're singing to each...
  3. Personal Statement

    I am looking to do a course in Computer Games Programming and need some help with my personal statement. Here it is at the moment : Thanks in advance :)
  4. Slipperduke

    Adams Better Off Out Of It

    How thin is the line that divides success from failure? Size zero model thin, if you're Tony Adams. With five minutes remaining in Portsmouth's weekend clash with Liverpool, the former Arsenal defender seemed to have turned the corner. His side were leading the title contenders and powering out...
  5. Harold Bishop Killer

    If The World Was A Village Of A 1000 People

    If we could reduce the world’s population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, the demographics would look something like this: The village would have 60 Asians, 14 Africans, 12 Europeans, 8 Latin Americans, 5 from the USA and Canada...
  6. C C Csiders

    British Sign Language

    My wife is a teacher and she is learning BSL as part of her job as a languages teacher, and the fact that her school is the local Hearing Impaired Unit for the area. Anyway, as an act of solidarity I'm learning with her and would just like to say: Sorry for any offence and I shall...
  7. Slipperduke

    Frank Rijkaard

    It's a sign of the times that two teams placed third in their domestic leagues can be led by managers under intense media pressure, but Barcelona's visit to Gelsenkirchen, home of Schalke 04, saw two halves of football that went a long way to explaining why. Frank Rijkaard has come in for...
  8. Slipperduke


    December is a busy time of year over here in England. There's Christmas shopping to be done, Christmas decorations to be arranged, Christmas trees to be purchased. In short, there's a whole lot of Christmas going on. Most of us spend these early weeks of the month constructing an enormous...
  9. Napster

    Lost in Translation

    from the guardian What football-related terms are there in other languages that have no direct equivalent in English?" we asked last week. "Don't the Brazilians have a word for dinking the ball over an opponent's head and dashing around to collect it? And does anyone have a better name for the...
  10. Anybody Want To Learn An Obscure Language?

    As my dear old mother hails from Northern Scotland and Scots Gaelic is actually her first language I took up the offer to learn the lingo myself. Primarily, it must be said, to have a pop at people in remote Ross & Cromarty pubs when they were talking about an Englishman walking into their...