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celeste

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ExileSteve

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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #1 on: 16:54:26, 06/08/22 »
Not watched any of it. So, no changes there…….

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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #2 on: 09:31:26, 09/08/22 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/commonwealth-games/62468309


Legendary Birmingham rocker Ozzy Osbourne made a surprise appearance to bring the curtain down on a hugely successful Commonwealth Games in fabulous fashion.

Osbourne and his band Black Sabbath received a rapturous ovation from the 30,000 capacity crowd at the Alexander Stadium as they provided a fitting climax to a star-studded closing ceremony.The 73-year-old 'Prince of Darkness' has not performed for several years due to ill health.

"I love you, Birmingham - it's good to be back!" he shouted as he rose through the stage to round off the show with classic hit Paranoid.
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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #3 on: 09:53:35, 09/08/22 »
Good to see the bbc being so diverse with their team presenting the closing ceremony , no working class men or women

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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #4 on: 21:49:28, 09/08/22 »
Good to see the bbc being so diverse with their team presenting the closing ceremony , no working class men or women


Working class? Urrgghhhh……


The ‘sophisticates’ at the BBC gave up on them many years ago. Now they’re all Globalists who love to see the Little People being exploited and abused. And if they happen to be children, well, BRING IT ON……..☠️

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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #5 on: 08:06:48, 14/08/22 »
A total of 17 athletes and delegates have been reported missing since the start of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, police have revealed. The number included 13 competitors and four others who were part of the individual teams.


Nine of the 17 missing people have been found while eight remain unaccounted for. Of the missing eight, two are said to be Pakistani boxers aged 22 and 25, named in media reports as Suleman Baloch and Nazeer Ullah Khan.


Five others are from the Sri Lankan squad and one is a delegate from Ghana. Police said a dozen members of the Sri Lankan team went missing, of which seven have now been found.


A competitor from Botswana and an athlete from Cameroon also went missing but both have also been found. Police are working with immigration officials to ensure the welfare and safety of all those who have been located.


 Did not see this coming, where o where can they be?  :o   ::)
  They will get gold in the 'hide and seek' event.


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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #6 on: 21:29:04, 14/08/22 »
No doubt they are in custody, with deportation inevitably pending.


Oh, wait….

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Re: 2022 Commonwealth Games
« Reply #7 on: 23:23:57, 14/08/22 »
It’s all over the bbc , not

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