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If you were a Chilean miner...

DTS

The Business
Joined
Oct 25, 2003
Messages
16,173
Location
In a world of my own.
I think my day would pan out like this.

Probably go home and get the Mrs to cook me a nice Roast with all the trimmings. Maybe consider smashing her doors in too as it has been at least 77 days after all. Probably catch up on the inbetweeners and MOTD as would have missed most of the season. Would consider having a shower and then maybe go to bed early.
 

Davros

The Whippet
Joined
Dec 5, 2003
Messages
8,387
If i were a Chilian Miner
If it were Just for one day
I'd get out my hole in the morning
and throw on what i wanted to wear (and a hard hat)
 

MattE

Manager⭐
Joined
Aug 8, 2005
Messages
2,404
The first task for the Chilean miners after their release, is to visit Anfield and teach Roy Hodgson how to get out of a fu**ing big hole before Christmas
 

THE SEVENTIES NORTH BANK

Life President⭐
Joined
Dec 10, 2006
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11,935
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SHOEBURY
I'm really glad they were rescued, but the way I look at it is that it was the best thing that ever happened to them. They are all going to be very rich in a very poor Country. None of them will ever have to go down to work in a mine again, or ever have to work again, once they have made the most of their new found fame and affection from around the World.
 

osymandus

Life President
Joined
Jan 20, 2007
Messages
5,352
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Here there everywhere
I'm really glad they were rescued, but the way I look at it is that it was the best thing that ever happened to them. They are all going to be very rich in a very poor Country. None of them will ever have to go down to work in a mine again, or ever have to work again, once they have made the most of their new found fame and affection from around the World.


We can hope , it was a badly managed unsafe mine (and i feel really sorry for the 19 year old lad who started in August and was only supposed to be working till September as he was claustrophobic and afraid of the dark !), 33 extra incomes into Chile might help teh economy who knows ;)
 

Pubey

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