WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
25%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
50%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
25%
  



Eddie B 10:57 Mon Jul 6
7/7 - Ten years on
The worst day in post-war London followed one of the best (winning the 2012 olympic bid).
What are your memories of that horrible day?

I was on a work day down in Surrey, where we all had to turn our mobiles off. My family couldn't get hold of me for a couple of hours until I turned it on about 11.00am. Don't like to think of what they were going through.

RIP to the 52. If there is a hell, those four cunts will be burning for all eternity.

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claret50 11:38 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Just watched the CI documentary of 7/7 called One day in London, it's on YouTube.

Coffee 5:27 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Licence.

Monk~koknee 5:25 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Did that or didn't they?

Coffee 5:22 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
stomper 3:19 Wed Jul 8

That's a splendid poem, but the first line doesn't seem to fit.

Oliver Cromwell 5:18 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Ten years on and you are allowed to walk round London waving Muslim terrorist flags with out fear of arrest

Sad

stomper 3:36 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
mentor 5:01 Mon Jul 6 =Corporal Jones.
Done worry Mental, they don't like it up 'em

stomper 3:19 Wed Jul 8
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Visiting my mum in Peterboro and having just returned from the States.
I confess I laughed.
The Luftwaffe tried
the IRA tried.
Did that really think that they could bomb London into submission?
I confess I laughed.

JGW1 8:27 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Got off the Virgin train at Euston and had to walk. Stepped out in front of a bus trying to leave the station. He stopped and so opened his doors again and some more people piled on.

Walked down woburn Place with the traffic edging along then decided to turn left down Woburn Walk and zig zag my way towards Holborn. 30 seconds later the bomb went off. Sort of worried ever since that the bus may have been the one that I caused some more people to get on.

greenie1 7:00 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
The day before, I can remember the Olympics being announced and within minutes the Red Arrows flew over and I had a fantastic view from my office window. The next day, I was in the office at 7am (near London Wall) and we had the BBC news on. One by one, the BBC were reporting failures on the Tube. I just knew it wasn't right that different tube lines were having problems, so I text home and said I was in the office and OK. Obviously the news of the bombings was unfolding, but going out onto the street, there was the noise of the sirens, helicopters hovering over, people walking by in a fast manner. In the office, I was told to keep away from the windows and people weren't turning up for work. I was asked to cover other depts, and ended up leaving at 6pm.
I just wanted to go home to my loved ones that morning, I felt sick inside my stomach, but at least I could go home, not like those who suffered and died that morning.

Too Much Too Young 6:47 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
I bought 7 seats at the OS in row 7 today.

Then realised the date.

mentor 6:33 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
WHOicidal Maniac 6:28 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on

Not my figures.

WHOicidal Maniac 6:28 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
mentor 1:29 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
"Its what I read and its what was stated during the press review on Sky News this morning, Coffee.

1.5 Million people who want to destroy us. "


Go outside and and find me one and I'll believe you...

stirlinghammer 1:37 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
i know lots of islamiks. none of them fancy a club 18-30 isis break nor do they like them or favour them.

those stats sound like the pre gen election polls. bullshit.

mentor 1:29 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Its what I read and its what was stated during the press review on Sky News this morning, Coffee.

1.5 Million people who want to destroy us.

diehardhammer 1:28 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
just marked what a bunch of cunts the people in my company are. Everyone still talking on phones instead of minutes silence.

CUNTS

Coffee 1:25 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
mentor

That's the M(ent)ori poll.

mentor 1:23 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Gavros 1:10 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
according to a poll by ICM, 9% of British Muslims have a 'favourable' view of ISIS

Except its more like 50%. Thats 1.5 Million.

blazehammer 1:17 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Was supposed to be going on a school trip to see some play (I think it was Wicked) in London. Got cancelled so I got sent home.

Eggbert Nobacon 1:15 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Coffee 1:14 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
according to a poll by ICM, 91% of British Muslims have an 'unfavourable' view of ISIS



alternatively almost 1 in 10 British Mulsim support ISIS

Whitester. 1:15 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Ha ha chalkie the ponce.

Whitester. 1:14 Tue Jul 7
Re: 7/7 - Ten years on
Chalk is the ponce posted the thread if I remember rightly ten years to this day.
I worked in Finsbury Square then and the shutters were down on our building which put the shits up everyone.

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