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Yarmouth 10:58 Tue Nov 20
so we’re now going to be a baseball stadium
rah fuckin rah

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ornchurch ammer 9:07 Fri Dec 7
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At the prices quoted a sell out proves that there are at least 120 odd thousand mugs out there.

penners28 6:54 Fri Dec 7
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PANCAKES!

Gavros 6:43 Fri Dec 7
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This has now sold out.

Mike the Hammer 3:02 Mon Dec 3
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gank, that could well be a load of bollocks, but it reads well and makes sense.
(And I got a whomail offering me out within 4 hours of being back)

El Scorchio 2:57 Mon Dec 3
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Got tickets for the sunday

MikeHammer 1:46 Fri Nov 30
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My seat will be £320 ... it’s Mayor Khan’s vanity project

Far Cough 11:10 Thu Nov 29
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Don't forget if you catch the ball, you can keep it

kylay 11:07 Thu Nov 29
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Where will the put the infield? are they going to tear up the pitch to put down dirt?

I wonder if they'll segregate the fans. should be an interesting culture clash.

Sven Roeder 11:00 Thu Nov 29
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Thing I saw said prices are from £30 to £385
I imagine a lot of Yanks will fly over to combine it with a trip to London to meet the Queen.
Like the NFL it will sell out especially with the teams involved

On The Ball 10:48 Thu Nov 29
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On the upside, they won't want to bring baseball back to London any time soon!

medwayhammer1 10:42 Thu Nov 29
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Just seen the prices for the game....Kin hell!!

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:14 Fri Nov 23
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gank 2:24 Fri Nov 23

'Chancel is the old name for the eastern - the East section of the cross that is made by building a Catholic church or cathedral. It points to Mecca, funnily enough.'

Not funny at all when you consider that Jerusalem, where it is supposed to point, is in exactly the same direction. It also points to Munich, Sarajevo, The Maldives and Perth. Go... um... figure.

Northern Sold 11:29 Fri Nov 23
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You know what gank... that was so beautifully and poetically put ... that I'm thinking of going all Ace, King, Queen, Jack and popping down the local RC place of worship... hail Mary

balders 7:16 Fri Nov 23
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Just like the old days Uncle gank sorts out your problems

gank 2:24 Fri Nov 23
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At last, a West Ham thread.

I happen to know a bit about conveyancing and some of you old-time WHOers will remember my live updates when we sold the ground.

What I couldn't say then but can now is that there was quite the argument over what is known as Chancel Law.

The name 'Ann Boleyn' played a major part in saving the club just shy of a million quid.

Chancel is the old name for the eastern - the East section of the cross that is made by building a Catholic church or cathedral. It points to Mecca, funnily enough.

So the East section of a church is owned by anyone that lives in its Tithe District.

In modern days, you all live in these Tithe Districts but don't know it and here's the shitter for you (not me or Collyrob), if youre CofE or cannot prove otherwise, you are liable for any repairs to that part of the church! The Tithe District could be anywhere in the country! I live in Chatham but my Tithe District is in Southwark. I don't care as I have my name on everything from Christening to Choirboy to Alterboy to Confirmation and an army of old Paddy biddies to back me up. I'm a proper Oirish Catholic.

This is why no church roof is ever repaired and to sell the land you own as a church commands up to 300 fold of what it is really worth.

What I can't tell you is the deal signed by none other than a representative of The Queen to promise to pay an unknown benefactor a lifetime salary on agreement to repeal the right to reclaim the land in the name of religion.

It's very VERY underhand and secretive and there's no need to WHOmail me as I've already said too much and have had emails sent to a volunteer agency I do stuff for already this year from posters on this site.

Remember when we used to offer each other out?

Billy Blagg 1:45 Fri Nov 23
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Can't wait. Been wanting to see the Red Sox for decades. I was hoping to get to Boston but if M can't get to the M etc.

Northern Sold 5:55 Thu Nov 22
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Fuck me... the cheek of him....

Gavros 5:52 Thu Nov 22
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He's got you there Surfy you are a boring fucker.

Northern Sold 5:50 Thu Nov 22
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`There's no need to bore us to death'


HA HA HA... bit rich that coming from you fella... is this the first time you pulled yourself away from the WHO political threads for nigh on a year.... gone on.... shoooooo... get back to where you came from....

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 5:21 Thu Nov 22
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Northern Sold 2:57 Thu Nov 22

You should have a word with the new owners of Upton Park, mate. See if they'll let us play a few games there - jumpers for goalposts etc. If we ask nicely, they might take down the 'no ball games' sign.

We get it, you're proper West Ham through and through (though you don't go), you didn't want to move and you're cross and you're staying cross. There's no need to bore us to death giving us a status update every day.

Gavros 2:59 Thu Nov 22
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Yes, that is the case.

Imagine if the RC Diocese of Brentwood came across it now and it showed the lease was down to 20 years.

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