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  1. The passage of play where he turned away from a City player, held off another, nutmegged Fernandinho (?) and then slipped a pass through to Falcao was unreal. Yeah, agreed on Sane. He seemed to have the beating of the full back all night (who Silva didn't give enough cover to IMO). I think you're on to plums with the 0-0 hope I think that 5th goal will be crucial though. I'll go for 2-1 Monaco.
  2. If the foul continues in to the box then it is a penalty. Really enjoyed watching Monaco last night. They need to work on their defensive discipline (i think the 2 defensive midfielders were poor last night) but going forward they are great fun. Mendy was outstanding at left-back, while Bernardo Silva has wonderful technical ability, Mbappe at only 18 years old has everything required to be a world-class forward. I just hope Monaco can keep that team together for a couple of years.
  3. So innocent children are given cancer as a consequence of the sins of others? I'm sure he had enough time in those few minutes to find God I'd rather stay away from it in that case. I really, really would have. I've quite a low tolerance for folk who tell me evil acts and tremendous suffering are part of God's plan or are a consequence of sin.
  4. He's suffering because he broke the rules which he's bound to comply with. Being ignorant of the rules or "just having a laugh" aren't acceptable defences.
  5. But surely you either heed what the bible says and go with it all, or believe none of it? After all, if it is all God's word, then who are we to only listen to some of it? I'd never point a child towards the bible as a way of teaching them morals or right and wrong.
  6. Yeah, it's full of lovely passages about how to be a better person like Leviticus 20:13: "If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them." Warms the cockles.
  7. Of course it'll bother people. In the same way any false accusation or comment on someones character will bother folk, being told "you're going to hell" will bother people. And if there was no sin, there would be no cancer. So good is punishing innocent children for the sins of others? Sounds like a swell guy Sweet deal. I can see why loads of convicts find faith. Do what you want then have faith in Jesus, you don't have to feel so bad about it and can go to heaven. Meanwhile, folk who haven't killed anyone or raped kids or performed other abhorrent goes to hell. Sounds like a shockingly poorly reasoned, rational and equitable codes of ethics... But i guess that's what will happen if you live your life by the words in a book that's thousands of years old. I'm a very nice person but i'm afraid i find some of the things you say pretty unpleasant. If you'd said these things to me in person, i'd have given you the same response.
  8. I've no idea, the last sentence in my post was referencing the first paragraph. Scotty is also the one one that said he was a sinner. I'm not on here judging anyone btw. Merely pointing out the holes and lack of consistency in the "logic" Scotty exhibits.
  9. Nah, he dodged the question and said "Cancer only exisits because of sin". A shitebag as well as a religious fundamentalist.
  10. Is it? I've no idea if what Ally Bear says is true but if it is, then it's fair game IMO. Scotty has started a thread and is telling us: - Unless we believe what he does, we're sinnners and are going to hell - Kids get cancer because they are sinners But whatever he's done in the past is okay because he loves Jesus.
  12. Rossy isn't all Aberdeen fans