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Man of the Match  

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  1. 1. Luton/Rotherham Man of the match

    • Giles (Rotherham)
      3
    • Barlaser (Rotherham)
      0
    • Blackman (Rotherham
      1
    • Crooks (Rotherham)
      1
    • Wood (Rotherham)
      1
    • Smith (Rotherham)
      0
    • Wing (Luton)
      0
    • Sluga (Luton)
      0
    • Adebayo (Luton)
      2
    • Bree (Luton)
      1
    • Dewsbury-Hall (Luton)
      9
    • Cornick (Luton)
      0
    • Tunnicliffe (Luton)
      1


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I do believe Luton will win tonight without too much of a fuss.

 

I just don't think we've got a win in us at the minute and Saturday is going to be miserable beyond belief. 

 

And I'm a bloody optimistic kinda guy 

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Luton 0 - 3 Rotherham

George Hirst hattrick :ph34r:

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20 minutes ago, Incognito Owl said:

Tsar Bomba Detonation....was quite an interesting story. It made me forget about the match tonight for just over 3 minutes....

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, bobness said:

Luton 0 - 3 Rotherham

George Hirst hattrick :ph34r:

:Chansiri: 

I always knew what a fantastic player he was. Its why I rejected all offers for him.

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I hope it’s a Rotherham loss tonight otherwise it’s going to be a big disappointment and anticlimactic end to the season on Saturday!

Its all in the lap of the footballing gods now. And if History is anything to go by they fûcking hate us!

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1 minute ago, CircleSeven said:

I hope it’s a Rotherham loss tonight otherwise it’s going to be a big disappointment and anticlimactic end to the season on Saturday!

Its all in the lap of the footballing gods now. And if History is anything to go by they fûcking hate us!

A draw would be ok.

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35 minutes ago, Bing Cosby said:

I've got a feeling that we'll be relegated tonight.

That feeling is because you're a Wednesday fan. Ask any neutral and they'll say home win or at very least a draw. 

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4 minutes ago, the_vinyl_frontier said:

I can only see a Rotherham win tonight unfortunately. They've got it all to play for and will be up for it, Luton are already on holiday 


Out of interest when did their holiday start? Their last 3 results are very good for a team already on the beach.  
 

I expect trying to finish as high up the table as they can will be driving them on 

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18 minutes ago, Owls-Fan said:

Out of interest when did their holiday start?

Based on our luck I’d guess they will be going on holiday at about 7pm today. 

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1 hour ago, gazzamk2 said:

 

I just don't think we've got a win in us at the minute and Saturday is going to be miserable beyond belief. 

 

Derby fans will be thinking the exact same thing.

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Come on Luton - think they' win, but not by a big enough margin, so a draw is slightly better IMO, as it keeps Derby needing the win.

 

I've thought it would go to the last day for a while, so I'm sticking with this thought.

 

Just checked weather for Saturday, and it's another wet stormy day.

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Luton and Rovrum

 

 How on earth has our fate come to rest with two such bloody awful, grubby little clubs in two of the shitiest towns in the whole of the UK

 

Can’t quite believe how far we’ve fallen 

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Lombardo said:

 

Not really suited for this thread haha, but...

 

I found a documentary and some footage on it if you're interested:

Some facts too:

It could have yielded 100 megatons, but it would have resulted in dangerous levels of nuclear fallout (approximately 25% of all the fallout produced since the first one's were detonated in 1945), the planes/crew wouldn't have survived too. The planes had to be also heavily customised for the test. All wooden and brick buildings in a village 34 miles away (basically Sheffield to Doncaster) were annihilated. Over 100 miles away (Sheffield to Peterborough) wooden houses were demolished and and brick/stones one's suffered damage. Radio communication outages were reported. One test witness felt the thermal effects at 170 miles (Sheffield to London.) You would have had third-degree burns at a distance of 62 miles (Sheffield to York.) The shock wave was felt 430 miles away, and windows shattered at 560 miles in someplaces in Finland and Norway. If it was dropped on cities like Washington D.C., New York, Chicago and San Francisco, their metropolitan areas plus large portions of their surrounding suburbs would be completely destroyed and nearly devoid of all life.

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And all that was just the 50 Mt one, that's your Owlstalk history lesson for today.lol

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"The trouble with "lessons from history" is that we usually read them best after falling flat on our chins."   

 

"Girls are simply wonderful. Just to stand on a corner and watch them go past is delightful. They don't walk. At least not what we do when we walk. I don't know how to describe it, but it's much more complex and utterly delightful. They don't move just their feet; everything moves and in different directions . . . and all of it graceful."  Starship Troopers, Amen!        

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