Rab McHenderarse's Golden Age of Soccer Violence

Rab McHenderarse's Golden Age of Soccer Violence

Post by T N Nurs » Thu, 24 Apr 2003 23:27:05




Quote:






> >> >> Nope, it is what they call themselves.

> >> >Oh right. So if Sol Campbell says he's an Englishman, that's it?

> >> Nope. That is just one side of the equation. The English have to accept
> >> him as English without thinking.

> >So tell us what the other side is viz a viz Campell? After all,
> >you're English, so no reason not to venture an opinion.

> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
opinion.
 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 01:43:03



Quote:

>> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

>But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
>'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
>those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
>nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
>opinion.

I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
English men and women thought. RH
--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 06:16:51

I always suspected who was behind this thread and Robert Henderson
moniker, which up until now was kept away from RSS.

Now it's all but confirmed. Sad psychopath tosser.

 
 
 

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Post by T N Nurs » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 17:52:04



[Does RH consider Sol Campbell to be English?]

Quote:
> >> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

> >But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
> >'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
> >those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
> >nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
> >opinion.

> I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
> English men and women thought.

Why? Have you no thoughts of your own on the subject?
 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 19:01:29



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>[Does RH consider Sol Campbell to be English?]
>> >> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

>> >But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
>> >'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
>> >those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
>> >nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
>> >opinion.

>> I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
>> English men and women thought.

>Why? Have you no thoughts of your own on the subject?

I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data. RH

--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

 
 
 

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Post by T N Nurs » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 19:51:37



Quote:






> >[Does RH consider Sol Campbell to be English?]
> >> >> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

> >> >But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
> >> >'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
> >> >those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
> >> >nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
> >> >opinion.

> >> I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
> >> English men and women thought.

> >Why? Have you no thoughts of your own on the subject?

> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data.

So you have no thoughts of your own, on the matter? So why did
you have that article published in Wisenden on just this matter
when you were similarly devoid of 'neccessary data' viz a viz
what your fellow English men and women thought, hmm?
 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 21:38:49



Quote:
> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data.

>So you have no thoughts of your own, on the matter? So why did
>you have that article published in Wisenden on just this matter
>when you were similarly devoid of 'neccessary data' viz a viz
>what your fellow English men and women thought, hmm?

That was concerned with the general sociology of the situation of people
not English playing for England. Rh
--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk
 
 
 

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Post by Dr A. N. Walk » Sun, 27 Apr 2003 01:32:16



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>>> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.
>>But I ask you for your personal opinion. [...]
>I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
>English men and women thought. RH

        Scene:  an English street.  Man with clipboard stops elderly
gent.  Pollster:  "Is Mr Blair doing a good job as Prime Minister?"
Mr Henderson [for it is he]: "I would need to know what Mr Blair
thought, and then what my fellow English men and women thought."
P: "How will you vote at the next General Election?"  RH:  "I shall
abstain.  It's most unfair that I can't vote after the results are
known."

        But the Hendersonian meta-polling seems to be becoming
ever more common.  There was a Ceefax page a few days ago which
had as headline "Support for X increasing" [I forget what "X" was],
but the content said rather that 62% of those polled thought that
public opinion supported "X".  Reports on house prices no longer
seem to say that house prices have risen or fallen, but that
house buyers expect them to rise/fall;  soon, we will see polls
reporting that most people think that house-buyers expect prices
to rise.  At least we learn *some* facts -- for example, a while
back, the acceleration in house-price rises was slowing down.  I
don't know whether they meant that, however.

--
Andy Walker, School of MathSci., Univ. of Nott'm, UK.

 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Sun, 27 Apr 2003 02:16:02



Quote:

>       Scene:  an English street.  Man with clipboard stops elderly
>gent.  Pollster:  "Is Mr Blair doing a good job as Prime Minister?"
>Mr Henderson [for it is he]: "I would need to know what Mr Blair
>thought, and then what my fellow English men and women thought."
>P: "How will you vote at the next General Election?"  RH:  "I shall
>abstain.  It's most unfair that I can't vote after the results are
>known."

Oh dear, you are once again confusing consciously arrived at ideas and
that which develops organically and unconsciously. RH
--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk
 
 
 

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Post by W_Cormac » Sun, 27 Apr 2003 17:30:34


Quote:




> >> In article


Quote:

> >[Does RH consider Sol Campbell to be English?]
> >> >> It is not a decision made by an individual but the nation.

> >> >But I ask you for your personal opinion. How would the
> >> >'nation' come to any decision without personal opinion of
> >> >those who are part of that nation? You are part of that
> >> >nation, are you not? So still no reason not to venture an
> >> >opinion.

> >> I would need to know what Campbell thought and then what my fellow
> >> English men and women thought.

> >Why? Have you no thoughts of your own on the subject?

> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data. RH

But using your, ahem, logic, how can the people of England form an opinion
if they do not know your opinion?

- Show quoted text -

Quote:

> --
> Robert Henderson

> Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
> Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Mon, 28 Apr 2003 15:09:15



Quote:

>> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data. RH

>But using your, ahem, logic, how can the people of England form an opinion
>if they do not know your opinion?

It is a sociological process. RH

--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

 
 
 

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Post by W_Cormac » Wed, 30 Apr 2003 06:09:24


Quote:


> >> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data. RH

> >But using your, ahem, logic, how can the people of England form an
opinion
> >if they do not know your opinion?

> It is a sociological process. RH

But who will speak up first if they all (highly unlikely though) think like
you?
Quote:

> --
> Robert Henderson

> Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
> Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

 
 
 

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Post by Robert Henderso » Thu, 01 May 2003 00:53:11



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>> >> I can only make the decision when I have the necessary data. RH

>> >But using your, ahem, logic, how can the people of England form an
>opinion
>> >if they do not know your opinion?

>> It is a sociological process. RH

>But who will speak up first if they all (highly unlikely though) think like
>you?

People of a nation recognise one another automatically. RH

Quote:

>> --
>> Robert Henderson

>> Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
>> Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk

--
Robert Henderson

Blair Scandal web site at http://www.geocities.com/blairscandal/
Personal web site at http://www.anywhere.demon.co.uk