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Thread: Spurs - the gift that keeps on giving :hehe: :clap:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    If we're talking in absolutes, I think the aborting of babies per se is immoral, I'm afraid. However, I accept that it is a necessary evil in a number of circumstances. I don't believe that any of those circumstances applied to her. In addition, the self-congratulatory tone of her piece and the refusal to accept that there was a necessary moral stigma to her actions that was not ameliorated by her dogma about her body/her choice.
    You think she should have had a baby she didn't want, just because she could afford it?

    Agree entirely with your final point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWv2 View Post
    Quite a simplistic analysis but yes they did given the rather fortuitous situation they found themselves in when Son scored given the most obvious penalty decision ever had gone in their favour.

    Should really have been out of the tie at the end of the first leg when Juve let slip the two goal lead.
    It's all the, better team over both legs, etc. Well, if you're the better over both legs and still manage to lose, then surely that is the epitome of bottling it!?

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Monty92 View Post
    You think she should have had a baby she didn't want, just because she could afford it?

    Agree entirely with your final point.
    Not quite. I think she had no moral (as opposed to legal) right to terminate a life purely at her whim or convenience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSRB View Post
    It's all the, better team over both legs, etc. Well, if you're the better over both legs and still manage to lose, then surely that is the epitome of bottling it!?
    Yes I heard that on BT Sports, might have been Lampard.

    Nonsense really. They played well and the result in Turin was indeed a fine one but Juve allowed them a foothold in the game based on the first leg.

    In general the reaction to the 2-2 draw was quite hysterical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWv2 View Post
    Yes I heard that on BT Sports, might have been Lampard.

    Nonsense really. They played well and the result in Turin was indeed a fine one but Juve allowed them a foothold in the game based on the first leg.

    In general the reaction to the 2-2 draw was quite hysterical.
    I didn't see the match as was away but heard ALL about it and assumed Spurs had won 2 or 3 nil, was a little surprised to find out it was 2-2 and Juve missed a penalty

  6. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    Not quite. I think she had no moral (as opposed to legal) right to terminate a life purely at her whim or convenience.
    Far too late for that now, I reckon. After all, once you make children a financial consideration, all bets are off surely? For instance, what if she's simply too busy to have another child at the time? Is it "moral" to interfere with her career?

    All things considered, it's better to be a chap and simply stay out of the whole sorry business, just make a cash settlement and thank God for it.
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    "But a lot have found it difficult wearing the number 9 shirt for The Arsenal."

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    I'm finding following this thread bloody confusing. I mean, post match Spurs analysis, combined with abortion issues.

    This site is mental..

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by PSRB View Post
    I didn't see the match as was away but heard ALL about it and assumed Spurs had won 2 or 3 nil, was a little surprised to find out it was 2-2 and Juve missed a penalty
    Purely for balance that media reaction would have been the same no matter which English club had managed to come back from 0-2 away to a genuine European giant.

    The fact that Spurs have 2-3 of the future of English football in their side just feeds into it.

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by 7sisters View Post
    I'm finding following this thread bloody confusing. I mean, post match Spurs analysis, combined with abortion issues.

    This site is mental..
    This is a way in which the old site was better. However, the use of 'Reply with quote' does tend to make things easier to follow.


    That was a hint, by the way.

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by 7sisters View Post
    I'm finding following this thread bloody confusing. I mean, post match Spurs analysis, combined with abortion issues.

    This site is mental..
    Stick with me 7, you won't go far wrong.

    You could use that as advice for life, not just Awimb.


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