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  1. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    Those quotes were not in the BBC article when he posted, at that moment they had made absolutely no mention of how the suspect looked like and what it might be linked to. These comments were given 21.20 local time which is 19.20 in the UK.
  2. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    Yeah, thanks for this, re-watched the clip with proper sound on and the guy is shouting in Finnish to watch out. Not Allahu akbar ffs. So yeah, Mirror with complete ********, and had they asked any Finn what the guy is shouting they would have gotten the real truth. Typical pathetic scum from the lovely British tabloid media.
  3. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    I replied to you on the basis of you linking the BBC article which said nothing about potential Islamic terrorism and you saying so. FYI our Minister of Interior just said there is no confirmation yet this would be linked to terrorism.
  4. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    My point was that there's a lot of rubbish in the media, and Twitter ffs, so you shouldn't jump into conclusions. And you respond by saying you're just reporting what you're reading. Is that simple enough of an explanation?
  5. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    Well done for completely missing the point.
  6. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    Yes, and there were also a lot of reports yesterday in BCN about the attackers that turned out to be wrong, even heard it from a friend who heard it from his Mossos (police) friend. My point is there's a lot of rubbish also flying around these kind of incidents so maybe shouldn't be so hasty to jump to conclusions. Of course it's possible this is an Islamic terrorist attack as well, but judging from the grany Twitter video seems more like some individual misguided idiots' uncoordinated attack inspired by what happened in BCN, they had knives and baseball bats ffs. And they look like they might easily be for example Somali-Finnish ppl who've come here many in the 90s as refugees, who while Muslim I haven't at least seen or read to be linked to ISIS etc in Finland.
  7. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    OK how about you step back and stop with your rubbish. I happen to be Finnish, living in Barcelona incidentally though since 8 years, and there's absolutely no confirmation from local Finnish police nor media that this would have been a terrorist, let alone an Islamic terrorist, attack. Nord do the BBC say it in the link you gave.
  8. OJ

    Van Hits crowd in Barcelona

    If you're talking about specifically this attack, then Barcelona and Spain, just like any country, has people who are racist but the victims here were normal tourists and locals. For example one of the victims was an Italian guy who shielded his 6 and 8 year old kids from the van and lost his life protecting his family. And there's no alt-right ******** here like in the US. So going where you're going I don't think serves any purpose. From Plaza Catalunya today, 130 000 people according to Guardia Urbana (local police),: :
  9. OJ

    OTF Football Manager 2009 Thread

    Nope, Lazio bought Lopez and Mendieta from Valencia and to finally settle the Mendieta debt to Valencia, Fiore and Corradi went to Valencia from Lazio. Fiore and Giannichedda came from Udinese to Lazio.
  10. OJ

    OTF Football Manager 2009 Thread

    He was signed together with Fiore, so didn't actually cost that much, IIRC.
  11. No-one? Only 10 questions so won't take long if you do fill it out...
  12. As the title says, would really appreciate it if you could help me out and take a couple of minutes to take an online questionnaire. It's directed at home owners and has to do with your home's heating and how you control it. Admittedly it's not the most interesting subject but every answer helps me out, so a thank you to all of you who do take it. Also, if you don't own a house or anything and live with your parents etc. if it's not too much of a bother I would really appreciate it if you could have them answer the questionnaire. Oh, and the currency used in one question is Euro, so currently one English Pound is about 1.1 Euro so it's about the same. The link is this: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=RX9F2s_2fHN2wsSI6ayMqLOA_3d_3d
  13. OJ

    The travelling thread

    Nope, only if you want convertables or other luxury cars. Otherwise it's unlimited mileage For example, if you're lucky and depending on the city, you can get a BMW 5 series for 60-70e per day and unlimited mileage and no other costs either for going to different countries etc. Last summer did a roadtrip with friends in a BMW 530 from Sixt which cost about 60e per day and we went from Frankfurt through the Swiss Alps to Milan, Monaco, St Tropez, Montpellier, Barcelona and then through France etc back to Frankfurt in the end. Totalled about 4500kms. Only **** thing in France and Spain, for example, are the roadtolls which add up to a nice amount when you drive through entire France, for example.
  14. OJ

    The travelling thread

    Then there's no problem with that either. Though I don't know how expensive car rental is in the UK, but if you can make your way to Germany first and rent the car from there it's gonna be cheap compared to other continental Europe countries. They really do have some awesome prices, check out www.sixt.com and select Germany if you're interested.
  15. OJ

    The travelling thread

    Yeah you can rent a car and go to any Western European country with it, and depending on the level of the car, also to Eastern European countries (BMWs etc you can't take to countries like Hungary, Czech Republic etc or you can but your insurance will be void). The thing is though, if you want to rent the car from Germany, for example, and drop it off in the end in Spain, you have to pay a fee which is around 100-200 euros usually.
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