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Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 0-2 Cardiff City [Championship, Round 2]

2020.09.19 15:30 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 0-2 Cardiff City [Championship, Round 2]

FT: Nottingham Forest 0-2 Cardiff City

Nottingham Forest Score Cardiff City
0-[1] K. Moore 3'
0-[2] K. Moore 40'
Date: 19/09/2020 — 13:30 CEST, 07:30 EDT, 12:30 BST, 17:00 IST
Competition: Championship (Round 2)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Referee: J. Linington

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Cardiff City Notes
LLLLL WLLWL
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: N. Harris
30 B. Samba 12 A. Smithies
16 C. Jenkinson SUB 81' 4 S. Morrison A 40'
3 Tobias Figueiredo 3 J. Bennett SUB 82'
5 Yuri Ribeiro 16 C. Nelson
4 J. Worrall 2 J. Osei-Tutu
8 J. Colback 7 L. Bacuna
15 L. Freeman 21 M. Pack A 3'
11 S. Ameobi 8 J. Ralls
22 R. Yates 33 J. Hoilett SUB 77'
7 L. Grabban SUB 74' 10 K. Moore G 3'; G 40'
23 J. Lolley SUB 37' 27 S. Ojo SUB 74'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: L. Taylor (SUB 37'), Guerrero (SUB 74'), A. Mighten (SUB 81'), J. Smith, T. Darikwa, M. Dawson, B. Johnson
Cardiff City: W. Vaulks (SUB 74'), L. Tomlin (SUB 77'), S. Bamba (SUB 82'), G. Whyte, J. Day, R. Glatzel, C. Paterson

Timeline

3': Goal! K. Moore scores [M. Pack assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[1] Cardiff City .
37': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: L. Taylor in, J. Lolley out.
40': Goal! K. Moore scores [S. Morrison assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[2] Cardiff City .
74': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: Guerrero in, L. Grabban out.
74': Substitution for Cardiff City: W. Vaulks in, S. Ojo out.
77': Substitution for Cardiff City: L. Tomlin in, J. Hoilett out.
81': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Mighten in, C. Jenkinson out.
82': Substitution for Cardiff City: S. Bamba in, J. Bennett out.
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2020.08.11 05:21 iamjuls Need some input on a child's parents and or date of birth 1700's England

I'm never sure how to put this in writing, but here goes.
John Rudd married twice. First he married Lucy Loxley in 1761, in Nottingham. They had 4 children possibly 5. The 5th is my problem child. Her name is Elizabeth. according to the Freereg Site (see link) she was born in 1766. But her mothers name was Elizabeth.
https://www.freereg.org.uk/search_records/581877f6e93790eca329304b/elizabeth-rudd-baptism-nottinghamshire-nottingham-1766-02-09?locale=en
Wife number 2 just happens to be named Elizabeth but they didnt marry until 1774 also in Nottingham. (Elizabeth Tottington).
im wondering if it is more likely that the birth date was transcribed incorrectly, and it should be 1776 not 1766.
Has anyone come across this sort of thing?
Thanks
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2020.08.05 21:17 SoSaturnistic [Irish News] Controversial tariff policy largely achieved

Controversial tariff policy largely achieved

written by MoMarsistic

The Labour Party’s manifesto has called for unilateral tariff reductions across the board, provoking controversy among some quarters. In particular, several Tory grandees have been clear in their criticism about unilateral reductions, noting that it could weaken the UK’s negotiating position in matters of international trade. The Monolith has also reported that the Libertarian Party UK has followed this criticism itself. The argument from Labour's opponents goes that if the UK does not have any barriers to trade to lower itself, it loses leverage to ask for reductions in barriers to trade from other countries. Proponents counter that several tariffs levied during the time within the EU are simply unnecessary impediments to trade and adversely impact consumers.
Despite the Labour Party’s proposal and Conservative and LPUK opposition to it, it seems as though much of the work there has already been achieved. Under the terms of the Cross Border Taxation Act 2019 submitted by the Classical Liberals, several tariffs were prospectively completely abolished and no tariff is set to be higher than 3% after 31 December. That date is when the EU transition period is currently set to end.
The Irish News has examined the record to determine the level of support that this legislation received. Perhaps surprisingly given its present controversy, this legislation secured the backing of nearly all political parties and MPs at the time. This includes both the Labour Party and the Conservative Party who are at the heart of the current political dispute. Other major parties who backed the bill at the time include the Libertarian Party UK, the Liberal Democrats, and obviously the Classical Liberals. The Green Party and The People’s Movement were the only political groupings to oppose that legislation, which passed with over 91% of present MPs voting in favour. This included all MPs sent to Westminster from the North at the time (3 UUP and 1 APNI).
To help voters make an informed choice this election, here are the current Parliamentary candidates who voted against the bill at the time:
Likewise, here are the Parliamentary candidates who voted in favour:
While times and circumstances around policies change with time, it can be fun to take a look back every so often to put present political discussion into its proper context. We hope that this helps create a more informed debate as people go to vote in a few days.
Edit: fixed confessions' name
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2020.07.27 10:23 Pajtatt0o6 Was wondering if someone could help identify a date for this beautiful brass candelabra, brought at an antique shop in Nottinghamshire, UK, a year ago. All it has engraved is ‘made in England’ with no other markings, thank you!

Was wondering if someone could help identify a date for this beautiful brass candelabra, brought at an antique shop in Nottinghamshire, UK, a year ago. All it has engraved is ‘made in England’ with no other markings, thank you! submitted by Pajtatt0o6 to Antiques [link] [comments]


2020.07.15 21:00 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 2-2 Swansea City [Championship, Round 44]

FT: Nottingham Forest 2-2 Swansea City

Nottingham Forest Score Swansea City
0-[1] R. Brewster 8'
S. Ameobi 20' [1]-1
1-[2] A. Ayew 45' (pen.)
S. Ameobi 55' [2]-2
Date: 15/07/2020 — 19:00 CEST, 13:00 EDT, 18:00 BST, 22:30 IST
Competition: Championship (Round 44)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Referee: O. Langford

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Swansea City Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: S. Cooper
30 B. Samba 25 E. Mulder
16 C. Jenkinson YC 49'; A 55' 26 K. Naughton RC 82'
3 Tobias Figueiredo YC 38'; SUB 76' 24 J. Bidwell A 8'
2 Yuri Ribeiro A 20' 5 M. van der Hoorn SUB 63'
4 J. Worrall 2 M. Guehi
8 B. Watson 6 J. Fulton SUB 70'
21 S. Sow YC 32'; SUB 56' 8 M. Grimes
19 S. Ameobi G 20'; G 55'; SUB 77' 23 C. Roberts
22 R. Yates 33 C. Gallagher YC 45'+4'; SUB 86'
7 L. Grabban 22 A. Ayew PG 45'
9 Nuno Da Costa SUB 76' 19 R. Brewster G 8'; SUB 86'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: Tiago Silva (SUB 56'; YC 84'), M. Dawson (SUB 76'), J. Lolley (SUB 76'), A. Mighten (SUB 77'), A. Diakhaby, B. Johnson, J. Bostock, T. Darikwa, J. Smith
Swansea City: B. Cabango (SUB 63'), B. Celina (SUB 70'), J. Garrick (SUB 86'), G. Byers (SUB 86'; YC 90'+2'), W. Routledge, Y. Dhanda, N. Dyer, L. Cullen, J. Gould

Timeline

8': Goal! R. Brewster scores [J. Bidwell assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[1] Swansea City .
20': Goal! S. Ameobi scores [Yuri Ribeiro assist] — Nottingham Forest [1]-1 Swansea City .
32': Yellow card shown to S. Sow ( Nottingham Forest).
38': Yellow card shown to Tobias Figueiredo ( Nottingham Forest).
45': Goal! A. Ayew scores (Penalty) — Nottingham Forest 1-[2] Swansea City .
45'+4': Yellow card shown to C. Gallagher ( Swansea City).
49': Yellow card shown to C. Jenkinson ( Nottingham Forest).
55': Goal! S. Ameobi scores [C. Jenkinson assist] — Nottingham Forest [2]-2 Swansea City .
56': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: Tiago Silva in, S. Sow out.
63': Substitution for Swansea City: B. Cabango in, M. van der Hoorn out.
70': Substitution for Swansea City: B. Celina in, J. Fulton out.
76': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: M. Dawson in, Tobias Figueiredo out.
76': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: J. Lolley in, Nuno Da Costa out.
77': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Mighten in, S. Ameobi out.
82': Red card shown to K. Naughton ( Swansea City).
84': Yellow card shown to Tiago Silva ( Nottingham Forest).
86': Substitution for Swansea City: J. Garrick in, R. Brewster out.
86': Substitution for Swansea City: G. Byers in, C. Gallagher out.
90'+2': Yellow card shown to G. Byers ( Swansea City).
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2020.07.01 21:05 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Bristol City [Championship, Round 40]

FT: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Bristol City

Nottingham Forest Score Bristol City
Tiago Silva 62' [1]-0
Date: 01/07/2020 — 19:00 CEST, 13:00 EDT, 18:00 BST, 22:30 IST
Competition: Championship (Round 40)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Referee: D. Bond

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Bristol City Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: L. Johnson
30 B. Samba 33 N. Mäenpää SUB 28'
3 Tobias Figueiredo 29 A. Williams RC 78'
2 Yuri Ribeiro 6 N. Baker
4 J. Worrall 3 J. Dasilva
8 B. Watson 26 Z. Vyner YC 84'
19 S. Ameobi 7 K. Smith
28 Tiago Silva G 62' 11 C. O'Dowda
11 M. Cash 4 Á. Nagy
22 R. Yates 14 A. Weimann YC 45'+4'; SUB 76'
7 L. Grabban 40 B. Afobe
23 J. Lolley SUB 46' 21 N. Wells SUB 64'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: Nuno Da Costa (SUB 46'), T. Walker, João Carvalho, J. Bostock, J. Smith, A. Mighten, S. Sow, C. Jenkinson, M. Dawson
Bristol City: D. Bentley (SUB 28'), F. Diedhiou (SUB 64'), K. Palmer (SUB 76'), J. Paterson (SUB 76'), F. Benković, M. Watkins, T. Kalas, H. Massengo, T. Rowe

Timeline

28': Substitution for Bristol City: D. Bentley in, N. Mäenpää out.
45'+4': Yellow card shown to A. Weimann ( Bristol City).
46': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: Nuno Da Costa in, J. Lolley out.
62': Goal! Tiago Silva scores — Nottingham Forest [1]-0 Bristol City .
64': Substitution for Bristol City: F. Diedhiou in, N. Wells out.
76': Substitution for Bristol City: K. Palmer in, A. Weimann out.
76': Substitution for Bristol City: J. Paterson in, C. ODowda out.
78': Red card shown to A. Williams ( Bristol City).
84': Yellow card shown to Z. Vyner ( Bristol City).
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2020.06.28 17:16 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 3-1 Huddersfield Town [Championship, Round 39]

FT: Nottingham Forest 3-1 Huddersfield Town

Nottingham Forest Score Huddersfield Town
L. Grabban 43' [1]-0
L. Grabban 46' [2]-0
R. Yates 85' [3]-0
3-[1] K. Ahearne-Grant 90'+7' (pen.)

Date: 28/06/2020 — 15:15 CEST, 09:15 EDT, 14:15 BST, 18:45 IST
Competition: Championship (Round 39)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Referee: D. Webb

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Huddersfield Town Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: D. Cowley
30 B. Samba 49 J. Lössl
3 Tobias Figueiredo 12 R. Stearman SUB 70'
2 Yuri Ribeiro 26 C. Schindler
4 J. Worrall A 43' 3 H. Toffolo
8 B. Watson YC 44'; SUB 90'+1' 38 D. Duhaney SUB 74'
19 S. Ameobi A 46'; YC 62'; SUB 73' 29 A. King
28 Tiago Silva SUB 73' 6 J. Hogg SUB 60'
11 M. Cash 21 A. Pritchard SUB 60'
40 B. Johnson SUB 46' 39 L. O'Brien
7 L. Grabban G 43'; G 46' 10 C. Willock SUB 70'
23 J. Lolley A 85'; SUB 90'+2' 16 K. Ahearne-Grant PG 90'+7'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: R. Yates (SUB 46'; G 85'), João Carvalho (SUB 73'), Nuno Da Costa (SUB 73'; YC 90'), A. Mighten (SUB 90'+1'), J. Bostock (SUB 90'+2'), C. Jenkinson, T. Walker, J. Smith, M. Dawson
Huddersfield Town: T. Chalobah (SUB 60'), E. Smith Rowe (SUB 60'), F. Campbell (SUB 70'), J. Stankovič (SUB 70'), J. Bacuna (SUB 74'; RC 89'), M. Daly, C. Quaner, E. Kachunga, J. Coleman

Timeline

43': Goal! L. Grabban scores [J. Worrall assist] — Nottingham Forest [1]-0 Huddersfield Town .
44': Yellow card shown to B. Watson ( Nottingham Forest).
46': Goal! L. Grabban scores [S. Ameobi assist] — Nottingham Forest [2]-0 Huddersfield Town .
46': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: R. Yates in, B. Johnson out.
60': Substitution for Huddersfield Town: T. Chalobah in, J. Hogg out.
60': Substitution for Huddersfield Town: E. Smith Rowe in, A. Pritchard out.
62': Yellow card shown to S. Ameobi ( Nottingham Forest).
70': Substitution for Huddersfield Town: F. Campbell in, C. Willock out.
70': Substitution for Huddersfield Town: J. Stankovič in, R. Stearman out.
73': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: João Carvalho in, Tiago Silva out.
73': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: Nuno Da Costa in, S. Ameobi out.
74': Substitution for Huddersfield Town: J. Bacuna in, D. Duhaney out.
85': Goal! R. Yates scores [J. Lolley assist] — Nottingham Forest [3]-0 Huddersfield Town .
89': Red card shown to J. Bacuna ( Huddersfield Town).
90': Yellow card shown to Nuno Da Costa ( Nottingham Forest).
90'+1': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Mighten in, B. Watson out.
90'+2': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: J. Bostock in, J. Lolley out.
90'+7': Goal! K. Ahearne-Grant scores (Penalty) — Nottingham Forest 3-[1] Huddersfield Town .

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2020.03.25 10:16 hamzareddit369852 It’s like Universal Credit and other UK benefits have been created by an evil child. A sad reality for the most vulnerable including homeless & those with mental health issues.

My research and interest into the heartless UK services started after reading about a man who starved a very painful and slow death after his benefits were cut after not attending a mandatory meeting due to extreme social anxiety (levels of which made him uncomfortable to even see family).
One of our own suffered that day. He suffered at the hands of politicians who created the benefits structure and requirements as if they are evil children. Let me explain.
To receive Universal Credit you start the process online, go to a assessment meeting and then receive the monthly funds as well as a more clear direction to get into other benefits such as housing benefits, employment and support etc.
Sounds easy enough right? Let’s take 30 seconds (which the people who created the Universal Credit requirements didn’t even take the time to do) to explain how much harder this actually is:
  1. Be able to understand the internet and navigate the Universal Credit webpage or have access to a social worker who would set it up for them.
  2. Be able to read and write English (many of our homeless - even the British homeless due to learning disabilities - cannot do this)
  3. Be able to answer numerous questions CORRECTLY about their lives (each mistake you make is pretty much classed as fraud and can likely get the whole benefit cancelled... if you mistakenly answer incorrectly they will not help you)
  4. Get to an assessment meeting at a job centre plus. I know a lot of people have negative experiences with that staff there. So now the person in need has to get to the local job centre at a particular date and time. Great. How do they get there? You assume they have money for a bus or someone in the system (like me) who can give them a couple £ or book them an uber.
  5. Sit through the in person assessment and answer correctly. Assuming they are fluent in English or mentally healthy enough to speak about their life to a stranger.
  6. If they can’t speak English then they need the job centre assessment to line up with when they have a translator available (it’s not often, usually takes at least a week or so to get one booked. Imagine 1 week with 0 income, 0 money in your pocket...)
  7. Answered the right questions, did everything correctly? Great. You will receive the benefits in... 5 WEEKS
5 WEEKS
Let me just say that again so people can understand what kind of predators we are dealing with here.
5 weeks.
What bills have you ever seen which are 5 weeks? None. You know why the payment is set to 5 weeks and not earlier? To get people in debt with their bills and rent on purpose.
This is why I have started saying the whole system has been made by an evil child. Not only is the system evil and unhelpful. It’s stupid. It’s unintelligent.
The ideal goal is to get people who need help into the the benefit system asap, help them back on their feet stress free so that they can quickly get back to work and start contributing to the same system to help others right?
The system has been made so that people purposely suffer in it. They don’t want a single person to access these benefits. They don’t want to make it easy for the vulnerable to get help.
The stupid and unintelligent side comes with the structure purposely putting people into debt and in some cases literally dying whilst on these benefits.
Has no one who created the structure realised that putting people in debt to access the benefits means they will be accessing the benefits even longer? How do you expect to get someone on their feet after they lose their job if it takes 5 weeks and this process to get any kind of help?
The help that is effective comes through us. The people of society. Not the structure. I have been working on helping a homeless man back to his feet after Manchester UK council failed him. After 4 hours of calling every service I could find I had spoke to literally 0 people. Not one service was able to answer the phone never mind help find him somewhere to stay. I came to casualuk and multiple Redditors helped immediately. One Redditor who the homeless man now refers to as ‘angel’ has booked for him to stay at an Airbnb for 1 whole month. She has done more for this man than the government benefits structure.
Just my Wednesday morning rant as I go to help the guy move in to the new place.
The UK benefits structure has been created by an evil child.
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2020.03.06 22:40 NealMaupay Post Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 0-3 Millwall

FT: Nottingham Forest 0-3 Millwall

Nottingham Forest Score Millwall
0-[1] M. Smith 20'
0-[2] M. Smith 26'
0-[3] M. Smith 33'
Date: 6 March 2020 — 20:45 CET, 14:45 EST, 19:45 GMT, 01:15 IST
League: Championship (Round 37)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Referee: G. Eltringham

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Millwall Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: G. Rowett
30 B. Samba YC 79' 33 B. Bialkowski
3 Tobias Figueiredo 4 S. Hutchinson
2 Yuri Ribeiro 3 M. Wallace A 20'
4 J. Worrall 12 M. Romeo
8 B. Watson 5 J. Cooper YC 87'
19 S. Ameobi 11 S. Ferguson A 33'; SUB 86'
10 João Carvalho SUB 72' 7 J. Wallace
17 Alfa Semedo SUB 46' 19 R. Woods
11 M. Cash 16 J. Molumby A 26'
7 L. Grabban 20 M. Bennett SUB 61'
23 J. Lolley SUB 80' 10 M. Smith G 20'; G 26'; G 33'; SUB 80'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: J. Bostock (SUB 46'), T. Walker (SUB 72'), A. Diakhaby (SUB 80'), A. Murić, M. Dawson, C. Jenkinson, R. Yates
Millwall: T. Bradshaw (SUB 61'), A. Pearce (SUB 80'), J. Böðvarsson (SUB 86'), S. Williams, C. Mahoney, A. O'Brien, R. Sandford

Timeline

20': Goal! M. Smith scores [M. Wallace assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[1] Millwall .
26': Goal! M. Smith scores [J. Molumby assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[2] Millwall .
33': Goal! M. Smith scores [S. Ferguson assist] — Nottingham Forest 0-[3] Millwall .
46': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: J. Bostock in, Alfa Semedo out.
61': Substitution for Millwall: T. Bradshaw in, M. Bennett out.
72': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: T. Walker in, João Carvalho out.
79': Yellow card shown to B. Samba ( Nottingham Forest).
80': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Diakhaby in, J. Lolley out.
80': Substitution for Millwall: A. Pearce in, M. Smith out.
86': Substitution for Millwall: J. Böðvarsson in, S. Ferguson out.
87': Yellow card shown to J. Cooper ( Millwall).
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2020.02.23 23:10 spiceprincesszen Murderess Dissected: Anne Castledine and the Public Dissection of Her Body

On March 17th, 1784, the 28-year-old Anne Castledine was executed at Retford, Nottinghamshire for the murder of her newborn baby.
The unmarried Castledine had been obviously pregnant, “being much alter’d in the size and shape of her belly”, then suddenly she was not pregnant but there was no baby to show for it. Suspicious neighbors alerted the authorities. Although she maintained her innocence, the circumstances were very much against her. Just two years previously, Castledine had been charged with murdering another newborn under identical circumstances. No medical evidence was offered at the trial and she was acquitted in spite of her confession — perhaps indicative of the discomfort European courts had about delivering infanticides to the executioner. But this second time, the judge ordered Castledine to a midwife’s examination.
Castledine then admitted to having strangled her baby after birth. She had sewed its body into her mattress and slept on it for several days before her arrest. Infanticide in the 18th century was one of the few crimes- along with treason and conspiracy that is almost beyond the possibility of a pardon. Doubly so for one who had likely done so twice after the birth of the child.
THE EXECUTION
Castledine was hanged alongside Robert Rushton, another sentenced criminal who around the same time had murdered his own daughter. According to contemporaries, the double hanging was dispatched with efficiency and the two died otherwise swift deaths. As was the case with most murderers executed in England during this period, according to the infamous the Murder Act of 1751 which stipulated that all persons condemned of murder were hanged within two days of sentence and that their naked body would be dissected afterwards thrown to unmarked graves. : Anne Castledine’s corpse was denied a proper burial and dissected after her hanging.
Elizabeth T. Hutton noted in her book, Dissecting the Criminal Corpse: Staging Post-Execution Punishment in Early Modern England:
Yet it was Anne’s body that aroused intense medico-legal interest in the Midlands.
The General Evening Post recorded that both bodies were ‘taken to county hall in order to be publicly exposed and dissected’. Further source material uncovers however how gender dictated the precise medico-legal steps.
Robert’s body was muscular and therefore valuable. He was opened up to be anatomically checked and later dissected in Nottingham town. Anne’s corpse was initially opened up with a ‘crucial incision’, the cross-like cut on her torso, to establish her medical death. Then it was ‘exposed on boards and tressels [sic] in front of County Hall for two days’ so that ordinary people could walk around it and see that a child killer was ‘truly dead’ … [T]he table was mobile, it could be levered up and down to take in and out of County Hall each night, and had to be erected twice on two separate days to satisfy the large crowds filing past over a forty-eight hour period.
Meantime there was considerable local discussion about where to dissect such a ‘good body’. She was a fertile young woman and corpses like it attracted a lot of medical competition (of bidding). In the end a decision was taken by a judge in consultation with the local medical fraternity to deliver her body to ‘a surgeon in Derby’.
~
That Derby surgeon, according to lore from the The Date-Book of Remarkable & Memorable Events Connected with Nottingham and Its Neighbourhood, 1750-1879, from Authentic Records, had a novelistic last encounter in the course of his autopsy.
The remains of the young woman were given to Mr. Fox, a surgeon, of Derby.
While they lay in a barn near his residence, a strange gentleman came on horseback to view them. He took up the heart, kissed it, squeezed a drop of blood from it upon his handkerchief, and rode away. This gentleman was doubtless the seducer, who had come many miles to take a last look at the once beautiful object of his cruelty and lust.

Source: Elizabeth T. Hutton, Dissecting the Criminal Corpse: Staging Post-Execution Punishment in Early Modern England
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2020.01.26 02:02 autotldr Matlock Town footballer Jordan Sinnott dies after 'assault on night out'

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 67%. (I'm a bot)
A non-league footballer has died after being attacked during a night out, police have said.
Jordan Sinnott, who was playing on loan at Matlock Town, was found unconscious in Market Place, Retford, Nottinghamshire, at about 02:00 GMT. Police have launched a murder investigation after the 25-year-old midfielder was discovered after "Two large-scale disturbances" in the town.
On Saturday, Matlock Town, who play in the Northern Premier League, said players found out about Sinnott's condition when they arrived for their match against Mickleover Sports and "Agreed it should be postponed to a future date".
Sinnott had joined Matlock on loan from National League North side Alfreton Town, who also issued a statement in which they described the player as a "Model footballer and an exceptional talent".
"Officers were later called to assist ambulance crews who were attempting to treat Sinnott after he was found unconscious with a suspected fractured skull following a subsequent incident," Nottinghamshire Police said later.
Sinnott, from Bradford, is the son of former footballer Lee Sinnott.
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2020.01.22 22:40 pastenague Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 1-1 Reading [Championship, Round 14]

FT: Nottingham Forest 1-1 Reading

Nottingham Forest Score Reading
L. Grabban 80' [1]-0
1-[1] S. Baldock 83'
Date: 22 January 2020 — 20:45 CET, 14:45 EST, 19:45 GMT, 01:15 IST
League: Championship (Round 14)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Attendance: 26,840
Referee: D. Webb

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Reading Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: M. Bowen
30 B. Samba 33 Rafael
20 M. Dawson 2 C. Gunter
2 Yuri Ribeiro YC 65' 4 M. Morrison
4 J. Worrall 6 L. Moore
8 B. Watson 24 T. Blackett
21 S. Sow SUB 61' 29 Pelé YC 23'
19 S. Ameobi 11 J. Obita A 83'
28 Tiago Silva 10 J. Swift
11 M. Cash 14 O. Ejaria YC 72'
7 L. Grabban G 80' 21 M. Olise SUB 90'
23 J. Lolley SUB 89' 47 G. Puşcaş SUB 78'

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: João Carvalho (SUB 61'), A. Adomah (SUB 89'), C. Jenkinson, Alfa Semedo, Chema, R. Yates, J. Smith
Reading: S. Baldock (SUB 78'; G 83'), D. Loader (SUB 90'), C. Adam, L. Boyé, S. Walker, M. Miazga, A. Rinomhota

Timeline

23': Yellow card shown to Pelé ( Reading).
61': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: João Carvalho in, S. Sow out.
65': Yellow card shown to Yuri Ribeiro ( Nottingham Forest).
72': Yellow card shown to O. Ejaria ( Reading).
78': Substitution for Reading: S. Baldock in, G. Puşcaş out.
80': Goal! L. Grabban scores — Nottingham Forest [1]-0 Reading .
83': Goal! S. Baldock scores [J. Obita assist] — Nottingham Forest 1-[1] Reading .
89': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Adomah in, J. Lolley out.
90': Substitution for Reading: D. Loader in, M. Olise out.
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2020.01.18 09:26 SrslyBadDad The Times: Gay rugby clubs tackle discrimination

Save Gay rugby has become one of Britain’s fastest-growing grassroots sports amid a surge of interest from players who missed out on team sports during their school days.
Five gay rugby clubs were launched last year, taking the total number in Britain to 30. Some of the new arrivals — the South London Stags, Coventry Corsairs, York Templars, Nottinghamshire Hurricanes and West Wales Chameleons — recruited squads of players within weeks or even days.
Such is its popularity that the sport will be the backdrop to a forthcoming independent film, In From The Side, a love story set in a fictional gay rugby club. In a case of life mirroring art, the director duly launched a rugby club with the same name using rugby jerseys and kit commissioned for the film.
The game’s organisers say, however, that gay rugby is not about sex but the opposite: to give gay men a chance to make friends in a non-sexualised environment instead of dating apps or gay bars and clubs.
Many players are novices and the sport’s governing body, International Gay Rugby, runs development leagues in southern and northern England to allow teams to play competitive matches against clubs of a similar standard.
As their performances improve, however, clubs are encouraged to join local leagues and compete with other amateur clubs. This is important to their social mission, Ben Owen, chairman of International Gay Rugby, said.
“It is going out and playing against people, pot-entially in the middle of the countryside, who have never met gay people before and don’t have contact with the gay community, beating them and seeing the look in their eyes afterwards when they think, ‘Oh God, we lost to the gays’,” Mr Owen said, laughing. “You know you have earned someone’s respect and changed someone’s mind at that very moment. Those are people that the broader LGBT rights movement does find it difficult to engage with.” He said that the broader rugby community had been highly supportive and homophobic incidents were rare: respect and solidarity are two of rugby’s core values.
One of the newer gay rugby clubs is the Hull Roundheads, which its chairman, David Eldridge, founded in 2018 after meeting players from the Leeds Hunters at a Pride event. He appealed for players on social media and 15 signed up within 24 hours.
Many, he said, found gay rugby offered its players their first experience of team sport. “For some people it has reignited a passion for rugby they already had, including where people who felt, as gay men, excluded from sports at school, who didn’t feel comfortable with the hyper-masculine culture of sports,” he said.
Gay rugby prides itself as inclusive, especially in training novice players, and not all players are gay.
David Mawe, 39, a police officer who played rugby at university and throughout his twenties with the Hull Ionians, an amateur club, is a recent recruit. He stopped playing after a motorcycle accident and although not gay joined the Roundheads last year via a friend who took photographs for the club.
“The camaraderie is the same, the friends,” he said. “To me it is not about whether anybody is straight, gay or bisexual. You are all there for the one reason, which is rugby. I feel quite privileged to be accepted by these guys.”
Perhaps the most curious back story belongs to the South London Stags. Its founder, Matt Carter, is a film director who played at the world’s oldest gay rugby club, the Kings Cross Steelers. Last year he wrote and directed a film set in a fictional gay rugby club, which he called the South London Stags. The film is in post-production. When he was approached about setting up a second gay rugby club in London, he had a name, the kit and even club ties and so launched an appeal for players.
“Overnight the South London Stags became a real club,” he said. “It has been an overnight success and we now have about 80 members.”
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2019.12.12 14:52 Catamount_ft The Silent Missing- four disappeared, no answers

Firstly, information about the four missing teenagers is very scant. Incredibly scant, given they went missing in 2017- well into the digital age. The only information I could find was the details given out in their missing alerts, distributed by Nottinghamshire Police. But the dates and circumstances of their disappearances piqued both my interest and my concern. Perhaps, after reading this, you will see why.
Background
Nottingham, UK, is the largest urban area in the East Midlands, with an estimated population (as of 2017) of 329,200 people. Like most cities, it is incredibly diverse: areas of affluence sit side-by-side with council estates, and "the home of Robin Hood" was once known as "Shottingham" due to the high rate of violent crime within the city's boundaries in the early 2000's. Despite the understandable inference, Nottingham has long had issues with both gun and knife crime, fuelled in part by simmering rivalries between powerful drugs gangs from different districts. In 2004, a fourteen year old girl named Danielle Beccan was gunned down in the street after she became caught in the crossfire of a drive-by shooting. Her death became the catalyst for a police crackdown and Nottingham's violent crime rate has fallen substantially. The spectre of "Shottingham" still looms large, however.
The Three Missing
The first to go missing was sixteen-year-old Enh Tuen Nguyen. He was last seen in the Forest Fields area of Nottingham at around 10pm on Thursday the tenth of August, 2017. He was last seen wearing a dark blue t-shirt, dark blue jeans and a jacket that it white on the front and back and has green sleeves as well as Nike trainers. In his missing persons report, he is referred to as "Asian". He is of slim build and approximately 4'5" tall.
Forest Fields is a tightly packed residential area of Nottingham, not far from the city centre, bordered on one side by a main road and one of the largest comprehensive schools in the city, Djanogly City Academy. Across this main road is the Forest Recreation Ground. There is no further information on Enh's activities or behaviour that evening, or indeed, at any other time.
The second disappearance occurred just one week later. On the twenty-fifth of August, 2017, a Friday, sixteen-year-old Hung Ba Hguyen was reported missing at around 16:00. He was last seen in the Mansfield area; Mansfield is a town about fifteen miles north of Nottingham (or approx. 40 minute car drive or half an hour on the train). Mansfield has also had a poor reputation due to high crime rates and economic depression. Hung is Vietnamese, of a slim build, 5'6" tall with a tanned complexion and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, blue ripped jeans, black and white trainers and possibly a beige hoodie. The time of his last sighting is not provided. Details of his life and habits have not been provided.
Autumn was setting in when, on Saturday the seventh of October, Duc Ly was reported missing from The Park area of Nottingham at around 22:00. He was fifteen at the time. Duc is also Vietnamese, of a slim build, around 5'4" tall with short black hair. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, black suede lace-up shoes, a black quilted anorak, a shiny black cap with "NYC" on the front and a small black rucksack. The Park is an affluent neighbourhood approximately two miles across town from Forest Fields. The time of Duc's last sighting is not provided. Details of his life and habits have not been provided.
There has been no further information released by police. Where they went to school, where they lived, whether they were expected to be in the places they were last seen, the details of those last sightings- all is undisclosed. And, in the course of researching this post, I discovered one more missing individual:
Thi Phuong Hoai Dao was reported missing on the fourth of July, 2017, from the Meadows area at around 11:30. She is Vietnamese and was sixteen-years-old at the time of her disappearance. She has a slim build, is 5'6" tall, with straight light brown hair and a tanned complexion. It is unknown what she was last seen wearing. The Meadows is a residential area of Nottingham (that at one time had a very poor reputation) approximately a mile and a half from The Park, where Duc was last sighted, and three miles from Forest Fields. Again, details of her life and habits have not been disclosed.
The pictures of these missing teenagers break my heart. Thi's especially. Hung's picture is not great quality, at least when viewed on a mobile device, but you can see that he has that side-swept boy band hair cut and his eyes are smiling. Enh is sat on something (maybe a table?), wearing an American Eagle t-shirt and a neutral expression, his hair kind of sticking up, his eyebrows slightly raised. Duc has a similar expression, messy hair, wrapped up in a fleece and a coat. And Thi is smiling straight at the camera. It looks like a selfie- maybe filtered, with a pair of sunglasses resting on top of her head, her dark eyes looking straight at you. She looks like any other girl. But, according to the internet, there's been no trace of her for over two years.
Where could they be?
In all honesty, I hope their reports are a glitch in the system. I know that sounds naive, but I genuinely hope that these four teenagers returned home (assuming they had homes to go to? Even that is unknown. But somebody provided pictures for their missing alerts) and, for whatever reason, their open missing person reports were never closed. Or perhaps all four ran away to start new lives, and are now living happily elsewhere. I'm unsure what the stance is on closing missing person alerts in that situation. I also acknowledge the possibility of suicide, although I'm unsure why the reports would be left open if there was no room for doubt. But I really hope all four are still living.
What I fear is that these missing persons cases have been left out in the cold by the media. We all know that proximity and similar victim type does not a serial killer make, so I'm not going to start speculating on the likelihood of that. The police have never publicly linked these disappearances. But the lack of news coverage really chills me. Perhaps the media knows something we don't. But I worry that these teenagers, who may (strong emphasis on the "may"; the lack of information makes this all speculation) have come from families without a strong command of English and a lack of confidence to push against the system, have been let down by that system. Four kids go missing from highly populated areas within four months of each other. According to the police reports, none of them have ever been seen again. Where is the shock? Where are the demands for answers? Where is the pressure? I completely acknowledge that the media is not always ethical when it comes to reporting on criminal activity, but for there to be nothing? How are people supposed to know who to look out for if they never hear about these cases? All four of them were so young when they disappeared. By 2017, it was compulsory for all sixteen-year-old's to remain in education until they turned eighteen. Moving away and gaining jobs would have been illegal. Enrolling in sixth-form or an apprenticeship would have required paperwork and money to live on, or someone to take them in. The disturbing possibilities that could have befallen them are endless. Please, if you live in the UK (or even around Nottingham), please follow the source links below and look at the faces of Enh, Hung, Duc and Thi. Share their names. They don't deserve to be the silent missing any longer.
https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/news/appeals/missing-person/missing-enh-nguyen
https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/news/appeals/missing-person/have-you-seen-missing-16-year-old-boy
https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/news/appeals/missing-person/have-you-seen-missing-15-year-old
https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/news/appeals/missing-person/missing-thi-phuong-hoai-dao-16
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1510539/City-blighted-by-gun-crime-had-hoped-the-worst-was-behind-it.html
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2019.11.15 02:24 freakTHEpower Boris Johnson’s new look Tories out to defy stereotypes - Financial Times

Full text:
Boris Johnson’s new look Tories out to defy stereotypes
Election candidates list will be more diverse but universally pro-Brexit
Is a no-deal Brexit next year the best outcome? Who is your political hero? Should same sex couples be allowed on Strictly Come Dancing? These are some of the questions posed to prospective Conservative party candidates ahead of the UK’s general election.
With 40 of its MPs standing down ahead of the election on December 12 — many of them from the governing party’s moderate wing — the Tories are undergoing a generational shift.
Boris Johnson, prime minister and party leader, has insisted the Tories must not morph into a sect of predominantly hardline male Brexiters — with selection officials ordered to choose its most diverse contingent of MPs to date.
But with the Conservative party set to be stripped of its prominent Europhiles such as Ken Clarke and Amber Rudd, the new-look Tories will be universally pro-Brexit.
“There is quite a Vote Leave flavour to the whole thing,” said one Tory party official.
Lots of selection processes were sat on and delayed by Conservative central office so that they would be done under general election rules which gives them total control
Tory parliamentary hopeful
The best indicator of what the next Conservative parliamentary party will look like is perhaps provided by the list of candidates selected to contest those seats it already holds. While the list is still dominated by men, roughly 40 per cent are female. In the last parliament, 21 per cent of Conservative MPs were women.
In the Nottinghamshire seat of Rushcliffe, held by the former chancellor Mr Clarke, cyber security consultant Ruth Edwards has been selected to be his successor. Barrister Anna Firth has been chosen for the important Kent marginal of Canterbury, while international aid specialist Theo Clarke is contesting Stafford in the West Midlands.
Several Tory-held seats are being contested by ethnic minority candidates. Saqib Bhatti, president of the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, has been selected to fight Meriden in the West Midlands. Gagan Mohindra, a local councillor, will challenge David Gauke in South West Hertfordshire. The former justice secretary announced on Wednesday he would stand against his old party as an independent. Mohamed Y Ali, who works in marketing, is standing in Cardiff North, a Conservative target seat.
Traditional Tory professions such as law and finance still dominate the list. Andrew Griffith, formerly chief operating officer at Sky, is standing in the Sussex seat of Arundel and South Downs. Mr Griffith has attracted media attention for lending Mr Johnson his Westminster townhouse as a campaign base during his successful bid for the Tory leadership in the summer.
The 2019 list also includes a large contingent of political advisers. Danny Kruger, Mr Johnson’s political secretary, is standing in Devizes in Wiltshire. Claire Coutinho, a Treasury adviser, is fighting East Surrey, while Laura Trott, who worked for former prime minister David Cameron, has been selected for the safe Tory seat of Sevenoaks in Kent.
Mark Wallace, executive editor of the website ConservativeHome, which has closely tracked shortlists and profiled the successful contenders, said there was optimism within the party that it will defy stereotypes.
“There hasn’t been a unified conspiracy to put lots of Johnsonites or Brexiters on the list, nor has the centre forced these seats to select its favoured people,” said Mr Wallace.
Several prospective candidates told the FT that local Conservative associations — who make the final decision on their parliamentary candidate — were eager to select individuals who were not imposed on them by the party’s central office. “They increasingly want someone who is their own candidate, not necessarily a future cabinet minister,” said one hopeful.
But thanks to Mr Johnson’s decision to call a snap election — designed to unlock the impasse over Brexit — the process has been fast tracked and centralised to ensure senior officials have control over the vetting process.
Candidate selection has been led by Gareth Fox, head of candidates, along with the party’s deputy chair Amanda Sater, co-chairs James Cleverly and Ben Elliot, Andrew Sharpe, head of the voluntary wing of the party, and official Dougie Smith, who has been a key link with Mr Johnson’s Downing Street.
UK general election: drawing the battle lines
Prospective candidates are vetted by a “parliamentary assessment board”, where they are required to deliver a short speech, draft a sample press release and respond to some sample constituency emails. There is scant examination of policy or political beliefs. Hopeful MPs pay £250 to be assessed.
Once approved by Conservative HQ, candidates apply to local associations. As the process has been expedited, shortlists have been drawn up centrally with varying levels of influence from the local associations.
During hustings, candidates deliver speeches up to five minutes and answer questions from grassroots activists. Typical queries include which taxes they would like to cut, whether they would join the European Research Group of hardline Brexiters and which utility they would like to privatise.
Although an election has been expected for a while, some candidates think the process was rushed and favoured those with influential connections. “The process has been extremely opaque and last minute — with lots of favoured sons and daughters getting multiple attempts,” said one hopeful.
Another said: “Lots of selection processes were sat on and delayed by Conservative central office so that they would be done under general election rules which gives them total control.”
Despite the tighter control exerted by the party’s HQ, the process has nevertheless produced some notable mis-steps.
On Wednesday Chris Davies, who was convicted of a false expenses claim and lost his Welsh seat of Brecon and Radnorshire to the Liberal Democrats in a by-election in August, dropped plans to stand as the Conservative candidate in the Anglesey constituency of Ynys Mon.
“I will not want to put my wife and family through any more distress,” he said.
Antony Calvert was selected for the target seat of Wakefield in Yorkshire, before a history of derogatory comments forced him to quit. In a safe Norfolk seat, Nick Conrad, a former BBC presenter, was forced to stand aside for comments on rape deemed “completely unacceptable” by the prime minister. Both were rapidly replaced.
Labour’s list resists shift to the Corbyn left
Labour’s parliamentary party will remain largely centrist even after the imminent general election, despite fears that leader Jeremy Corbyn and his hard-left aides would seek to deselect moderate MPs.
According to Momentum, the pro-Corbyn grassroots movement, there are 36 vacancies created by the sitting MP either quitting or leaving the party that are considered winnable at next month’s election.
Of the potential successors being lined up, 21 are from the hard left of the party, four from the so-called soft left and 11 from the relative right of the party.
Left-wingers running for Labour vacancies include Zara Sultana, a 26-year-old activist who — it emerged recently — had said she wanted to “celebrate” the death of world leaders such as Tony Blair, the former Labour leader.
Others include Sam Tarry, an official from the TSSA union, and Bell Ribeiro-Addy, one-time chief of staff for Diane Abbott, the shadow home secretary.
But plenty of moderate candidates are still standing in those “holdable” seats, such as kebab entrepreneur Ibrahim Dogus in West Bromwich, the former seat of Tom Watson, the deputy leader who is stepping down.
Labour is also likely to emerge from the election slightly more diverse than before: 22 of the 36 candidates in previously held vacancies are women while 13 are from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
The second calculation being considered by Labour analysts is how many of the party’s potential gains at the election would go to left-wingers.
Luke Akehurst, secretary-general of the centrist group Labour First, has calculated that only 18 out of 43 target seats have hard left candidates — a calculation that Momentum does not dispute. “Although all the levers of power in the party are held by the Corbyn left we are quite pleased that we have held our own in terms of selections,” he said. “Where ordinary members have been given a choice, plenty of moderate candidates have been selected.”
Jim Pickard in London
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2019.11.09 15:27 pastenague Post-Match Thread: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Derby County [Championship, Round 16]

FT: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Derby County

Nottingham Forest Score Derby County
L. Grabban 56' [1]-0
Date: 9 November 2019 — 13:30 CET, 07:30 EST, 12:30 GMT, 18:00 IST
League: Championship (Round 16)
Venue: The City Ground (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Attendance: 29,314
Referee: D. England

Lineups

Nottingham Forest Notes Derby County Notes
Manager: S. Lamouchi Manager: P. Cocu
30 B. Samba 21 K. Roos
3 Tobias Figueiredo 33 C. Davies
2 Yuri Ribeiro 4 G. Shinnie SUB 84'
4 J. Worrall 25 M. Lowe
8 B. Watson YC 31' 37 J. Bogle YC 28'
19 S. Ameobi SUB 72' 10 T. Lawrence YC 70'
28 Tiago Silva SUB 90' 23 D. Holmes SUB 73'
11 M. Cash 16 M. Clarke SUB 15'
22 R. Yates 5 K. Bielik YC 60'
7 L. Grabban G 56'; YC 69' 19 C. Martin
23 J. Lolley SUB 85' 14 J. Marriott

Substitutes

Nottingham Forest: João Carvalho (SUB 72'), A. Adomah (SUB 85'; YC 90'+2'), B. Johnson (SUB 90'), A. Murić, J. Robinson, Chema, Rafa Mir
Derby County: G. Evans (SUB 15'), J. Paterson (SUB 73'), M. Waghorn (SUB 84'), F. Jozefzoon, B. Hamer, A. Wisdom, K. Dowell

Timeline

15': Substitution for Derby County: G. Evans in, M. Clarke out.
28': Yellow card shown to J. Bogle ( Derby County).
31': Yellow card shown to B. Watson ( Nottingham Forest).
56': Goal! L. Grabban scores — Nottingham Forest [1]-0 Derby County .
60': Yellow card shown to K. Bielik ( Derby County).
69': Yellow card shown to L. Grabban ( Nottingham Forest).
70': Yellow card shown to T. Lawrence ( Derby County).
72': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: João Carvalho in, S. Ameobi out.
73': Substitution for Derby County: J. Paterson in, D. Holmes out.
84': Substitution for Derby County: M. Waghorn in, G. Shinnie out.
85': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: A. Adomah in, J. Lolley out.
90': Substitution for Nottingham Forest: B. Johnson in, Tiago Silva out.
90'+2': Yellow card shown to A. Adomah ( Nottingham Forest).
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2019.08.14 06:43 SuperflyAsian9000 Never Forget: White man's true Colors

Never forget what white men really think of you:
What White men really think of Asian women - White men physically harasses Asian women
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWLeHaGTN3E
What's it like to date a foreigner - Korean Edition
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=264&v=B09FXOZVw4g
White boxer kills Thai Wife
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-47934698
Asian men need to step up and protect these women!
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2019.07.20 21:52 _Azury A Mid Tier Gaming PC for £700 (~$875)

What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
Mostly gaming. I currently own a craptop which can only run games such as Minecraft/Tetris, so I play that quite a bit. But if I got a gaming pc, I would perhaps go into games such as Rocket League, TF2 and Overwatch as I bought those before. I'd definitley prefer 1080p 144FPS over 1440p 60FPS, but alas, I don't really mind that much.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
£710 (~$890). I can increase to £740 (~$925) if neccesary.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
Extra info or particulars:
I've made a build that I was pretty set onto building, but only now realise it might be a little too expensive, perhaps have a look and try to make it cheaper?

PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor £113.98 @ Laptops Direct
Motherboard MSI - B450M MORTAR Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard £79.95 @ Box Limited
Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory £89.99 @ Corsair UK
Storage Crucial - MX500 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive £60.22 @ Amazon UK
Storage Seagate - Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive £54.99 @ Amazon UK
Video Card MSI - GeForce RTX 2060 6 GB VENTUS OC Video Card £318.48 @ Ebuyer
Case NZXT - H400 MicroATX Mini Tower Case £116.94 @ Alza
Power Supply Corsair - CXM (2015) 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply £46.34 @ Amazon UK
Monitor AOC - C24G1 24.0" 1920x1080 144 Hz Monitor £177.59 @ CCL Computers
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total £1058.48
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edit: fixed list
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2019.07.01 22:45 Albertbailey The "Druid Stone", Nottinghamshire, stands over 13 feet high in a field of cows. Formed by an eroded glacial deposit, the monolith dates back thousands of years, possibly used as a Druidical altar, it has an ancient manmade passage cut through the centre.

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2018.01.21 05:49 astrolube BBC: "What is it like to live near the scene of an unsolved murder?" The unsolved disappearances of: Alice and Edna Rowley; Johanna Young; George Wilson; and George Wilson.

Link to BBC article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-42063834
The scenes of some murders are considered such an unwelcome reminder of what happened that they are torn down, as with the Cromwell Street home of serial killers Fred and Rosemary West. But in most instances, the physical reminders of a neighbour's demise loom large.
Yet for some communities, these structures provoke questions not just of "why?" but also of "who?", for across England there are more than 1,400 open murder cases dating back the best part of a century. So how does it feel to live in the shadow of an unsolved murder?
Within seconds of me setting up my tripod, a man appears and asks protectively, though politely: "What are you doing here?"
I explain I am taking a picture of 98 Greswolde Road, the former corner shop building in the Birmingham suburb of Sparkhill where pensioner sisters Alice and Edna Rowley were found murdered on 23 December 1987.
The body of 87-year-old Alice, who had been strangled, was found in the living room. Edna, 77, who had been smothered, was discovered in her bedroom.
Their killer stole just two boxes of chocolates, a bottle of Tia Maria and a radio cassette player.
"Ah yes, Edna and Alice," says my interrogator Lloyd Archer. "Terrible."
He beckons over a neighbour, Denis Byrne, who is out walking his small three-legged dog.
It might seem peculiar, but the two men not only know about the killings, they also know what others in the street know about the murders.
This network of intelligence, accumulated over many years during myriad neighbourly conversations, spans issues including the suspected culprits, theories as to how the women came to be killed and the fate of their murderer.
"There was a terrible feeling locally here," says Mr Byrne, who lives opposite the corner shop.
"They were two old ladies who never interfered with anybody, kept themselves to themselves."
He tells of the "ha'penny jars of toffees" and how the sisters would sometimes treat children to freebies if they didn't have any money.
Eight years after the murders, the building was bought by Ahmed Khan and converted into the Islamic Cultural and Education Centre.
Mr Khan, who says he was fully aware of the killings when he bought the shop, believes whoever killed the sisters is now dead.
Thelbert Alleyne, who moved in opposite the shop 63 years ago, has lived on Greswolde Road perhaps longer than anyone else.
The day after the murders, his son Frank was stopped by police on his way back to the family home for Christmas.
It was there, in the middle of the street, that Frank learned the two old "lovely ladies" - whose chin whiskers had fascinated the area's younger residents - had been murdered.
"It (the shop) is part of my childhood and memories," he says.
"If you had five or 10 pence you'd pop over to Rowley's for sweets, and if you didn't have enough they'd always let you have something.
"They'd be in the back area and would come through and serve you when they heard the bell.
"In those days it was a very close community. Everyone on this street, everything on this street, was known to everyone."
He raises his head and gives a knowing smile at the suggestion this still seems to be the case.
As the crow flies, the mother of Johanna Young lives less than a mile from the water-filled pit in which her 14-year-old daughter's body was found on Boxing Day in 1992.
Yet in the 25 years since the killing Carol Young has never visited the scene in Griston Road, in the small Norfolk town of Watton.
"I have never felt the need to," she says.
Johanna's parents last saw her on the cold and foggy evening of 23 December.
Two days later the teenager's shoes were discovered in undergrowth by a dog walker. Soon after her body was found nearby.
Johanna was lying face down in water with her lower clothing removed. The cause of death was drowning and a fractured skull.
Her killer or killers - Mrs Young believes more than one person was involved - have never faced justice. Remaining in the place where a daughter had been murdered might have been too much to bear for some families.
The Youngs have stayed put, Mrs Young says, in part to look after her mother but also because Watton is their home.
"Some people speak to me about it, some people don't," says Mrs Young. "I don't really mind either way.
"Most of the time it is fairly quiet. But then there is a piece in the newspaper about it, or a fresh appeal, and then people will talk to me about it, saying things like they wish us luck or hope the police find something this time."
The Youngs remain haunted by the many unanswered questions.
Shortly after midnight on 8 September 1963, landlord and former miner George Wilson took his dog out for a walk. Twenty minutes later, his wife Betty found him outside their Nottingham pub, the Fox and Grapes, with horrific stab wounds to his face, neck, head and back.
The 41-year-old father of two's death - which came to be known as the Pretty Windows murder because of the attractive glasswork at the pub - shocked the city and triggered one of the biggest manhunts carried out by Nottinghamshire Police.
A few months ago the Sneinton pub, whose name was changed to Peggars after the murder, reopened under its original name.
The new manager is Danylo Semak, who was born and raised in Nottingham.
"Some people have asked me whether I am feeling lucky," he says.
"But in general people do not talk about the murder quite as much as I thought they would.
"It happened, and we understand it happened, but as far as I am concerned it was many years before I was born.
"That is one thing we have tried to do: be sensitive towards it and acknowledge it but not sensationalise it in any way."
The landscape surrounding the pub is shifting. What was, in Mr Wilson's day, an enormous wholesalers' market, is now being re-imagined as Nottingham's "Creative Quarter", an incubator of a new breed of independent business.
The Creative Quarter's chief executive officer Stephen Barker explains that the murder is rarely mentioned, not least because of how long ago the killing took place and the number of people who have moved on, and in, since 1963.
But lingering for 10 minutes in that same office, it is clear that the murder has seeped into the public consciousness more than it might seem at first: theories as to the motive are swapped, questions are asked about whether the killer knew Mr Wilson's dog-walking routine or if he had specifically targeted the publican.
And while there is no plaque to remember his life at the Fox and Grapes itself, preserved in a wooden frame, one of the original "pretty windows" remains - a symbolic link to one of the most notorious murders the city has known.
Edna Harvey, who lived alone in a ground-floor flat in the horseshoe-shaped Finchley Road in Ipswich, was not well known to most of her neighbours.
This was not because the 87-year-old was in any way anti-social, but because she was nearly blind and extremely frail and rarely ventured beyond the confines of her flat.
That frailty, and the fact Edna lived a simple life with meagre possessions, made the brutality of her murder in August 1984 all the more shocking.
Edna's killer or killers strangled her before setting her alight on her mattress.
More than 30 years on, Frank Culham remembers the murder vividly.
"The police were going around knocking on all the doors asking whether anybody had seen anything.
"It was so very sad. Back then it was so nice and quiet here. Things altered."
Memories of Edna are vanishing fast, but unlike with the Pretty Windows murder, or the killing of the Rowley sisters, it seems the story of her death is not being passed on to newcomers.
The reason, according to the street's self-proclaimed "old guard", is that the sense of community they once enjoyed has long been shattered.
Edna's death and the suspicions it aroused are felt to have played a role in the dissipation of that social cohesion.
Molly and Michael Adams, who live a few doors down from Mr Culham, moved into Finchley Road more than 50 years ago.
Back then, they say, neighbours would sit out in their front yards sharing their news and views.
"We do still think about her," says Mrs Adams.
"Whenever there is an unsolved case on television or in the paper, we wonder what happened to her and who could have done such a thing - she didn't have much and she could barely see.
"This used to be a really strong community. In 1977 the whole street organised a party and we had the whole road closed off. On New Year's Eve we would get together and do the conga in the street. We've drifted apart, things have changed.
"We knew about Edna from Sylvie, who was her carer. Sylvie has since died, as have quite a few other people who remembered the case.
"There are not many of us left who remember what happened." Unsolved disappearances of: Alice and Edna Rowley; Johanna Young; George Wilson; and, George Wilson.
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2017.11.19 05:09 kfsaylor Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design ... to turn all revealed religion into allegory?”

Research Notes, George Fox, Enthusiam, Outward Rule, Sufficiency of Light, Scripture not Sufficient, aversion of outward ecclesiastical forms.
In 1776, Daniel Neal published “The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists.” In the fourth volume of his history on pages 32-36, he writes these two paragraphs about the Quakers:
It can’t be expected that such an unsettled People should have an uniform System of rational Principles. Their first and chief Design, if they had any, was to reduce all revealed Religion to Allegory; and because some had laid too great stress upon Rites ad Ceremonies, they would have neither Order nor Decency, nor stated Times of Worship, but all must arise from the inward Impulse of their Spirits. Agreeable to this Rule they declared against all Sorts of Clergy, or settled Ministers; Against People’s assembling in Steeple Houses: against fixed Times of publick Devotion, and consequently against the Observation of the Sabbath. Their own Meetings were occasional, and when they met, one or another spake as they were moved from within, and sometimes they departed without any one’s being moved to speak at all.
The Doctrines they delivered were as various and uncertain as the Principle from which the acted. They denied the Holy Scriptures to be the one only Rule of their Faith, calling it a dead Letter, and maintained, that every Man had a Light within himself, which was a sufficient Rule. They denied the received Doctrine of the Trinity and Incarnation, They disowned the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper; nay, some of them proceeded so far, as to deny a Christ without them; or at least , to place more of their Dependence upon a Christ within. They spake little or nothing (says Me. Baxter [Marginal Note: Baxter p. 77]) about the Depravity of Nature; about the Covenant of Grace; about Pardon of Sin and Reconciliation with God; or about Moral Duties; but the Disturbance they gave to the publick Religion for a Course of many Years, was so insufferable, that the magistrates could not avoid punishing them as Disturbers of the Peace; though of later Years they are become a more sober and inoffensive People; and by the Wisdom of their Managers have form’d themselves into a Sort of Body politick.
These two paragraphs captured my attention because here the author speaks of a time wherein, at least some Quakers, so came out of identification with outward ecclesiastical forms that they were averse to even conforming to specific set times for worship even of the Sabbath. He puts an exclamation on it by stating that the Quakers eventually became much more sober and more conforming to outward ecclesiastical structure under outward “management.” That is, there was a time wherein, at least some Quakers, were so identified with the inshining Light as sufficient to rule and guide that they came out of such outward churchly structure. Dean’s words are further support for the contention that it was discovered to, at least some first Quakers, through the appearance of the inshining Light in their consciousness and conscience, that outward Churchly forms were not necessary or valuable. Furthermore, that if a person just looks at little further back, or at least along side, the outward forms that Quaker “managers” or leadership were bringing the gathering back into, there were those other Quakers who witnessed coming out of the churchly way.
I’ve published all four pages below for further reference.
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From this Time we may date the Rise of the People called QUAKERS, in whom most of the Enthusiasts of these Times centr’d: Their first Leader was GEORGE FOX, born at Drayton in Lancashire, 1624. his Father being a poor Weaver put him Apprentice to a Country Shoemaker, but having a peculiar Turn of Mind for Religion, he went away from his Master, and wander’d up and down the Countries like an Hermit, in a Leathern Doublet; at length his Friends hearing he was a London, persuaded him to return home, and settle in some regular Course of Emplyment; but after he had been some Months in the Country he went from his Friends a second Time, in the Year 1646, and threw off all further Attendance on the publick Service in the Churches: THe Reasons he gave for his Conduct were, because it was revealed to him, That a learned Education at the University was no Qualification for a Minister, but that all depended on the Anointing of the Spirit; and, that God who made the World did not dwell in Temples made with hands. In the Year 1647. he travelled into Darbyshire and Nottinghamshire, walking through divers Towns and Villages, which Way foever his mind turned, in a solitary Manner, He fasted much (says my Author [Marginal Note; Sewel’s History]) and walked often abroad in retired Places, with no other Companion but his Bible. he would sometimes set in an hollow Tree all Day, and frequently walk about the Fields at the Night, like a Man possessed with deep Malancholy; which the Writer of his Life calls the Time of the first Working of the Lord upon him, Towards the latter End of this Year, he began first to set up for a Teacher of others, about Duckinfield and Manchester; the principle Argument of his Discourse being, *That People should recieve the inward Divine Teachings of the Lord, and take that for their Rule.
In the Year 1648. there being a Dissolution of all Government both Civil and Eccesiastical, George Fox waxed bold, and travell’d through the Counties of Leicestershire, Northhamptonshire, and Derbyshire, speaking to the People in Market Places, &c. about the inward Light of Christ within them. At this Time (says my Author [Marginal Note: Hist. Quakers p. 18.]) he apprehended the Lard forbid him to put off his Hat to any one, high or low; he was required also, to speak to the People without Distinction in the Language of Thou and Thee. He was not to bid People good Morrow, or good Night; neither might he bend his Knee to the chief Magistrate in the Nation; the Women that followed him would not make a Courtesy to their Superiors, nor comply with the common Forms of Speech. Both Men and Women affected a plain and simple Dress, distinct from the Fashion of the Times. They neither gave nor accepted and Titles of Respect or Honour, nor would they call any Man Master on Earth. They refused to take an Oath on the most solemn Occasion. These, and the like Peculiarities, he supported by such Passages of Scripture as these, Swear not al all. How can yes believe who recieve Honour one of another, and seek not the Honour which comes from God only? But these Marks of Distinction which George Fox and his Followers were so tenacious of, unhappily brought them in to a great deal of Trouble, when they were called to appear before the Civil Magistrate.
In the Year 1649. he grew more troublesome, and began to interrupt the publick Ministers in Time of Divine Service: His first essay fo this Kind was at Nottingham, where the Minister preaching from those Words of St. Peter, We have a more sure Word of Prophecy &c. told the People, that they were to try all Doctrines, Opinions and Religions, by the Holy Scriptures. Upon which George Fox stood up in the Midst of the Congregation and said, Oh no! ‘tis not the Scripture, but ‘tis the Holy Spirit, by which Opinons, and Religions, are to be tried: for it was the Spirit that lead People into all Turth, and gave them the Knowledge of it. And continuing his Speech to the Disturbance of the Congregation, the Officers were obliged to turn him out of the Church, and carry him to the Sheriff’s House; next Day he was committed to the Castle, but was quickly released without any other Punishment. After this he disturbed the Minister of Mansfield in Time of Divine Service, for which he was set in the Stocks, adn turned out of the Town. The like Treatment he met with at Market Bosworth, and several other Towns. At length the Magistrates of Berby confined him six Months in Prison, for uttering divers blasphemous Opinions, pursuant to a late Act of Parliament for that purpose. By this Time there began to appear some other Visionaries, of the same Make and Complexion with George Fox, who spoke in Places of publick Resort; being moved (as they said) by the Holy Ghost; and even some Women, contrary to the Modesty of their Sex, went about Streets, and enter’d into Churches, crying down the Teaching of men, and exhorting People to attend to the Light within themselves.
It was in the Year 1650. that these wandering Lights first received the Denomination of Quakers, upon the Occasion, their speaking to the People was usually attended with convulsive Agitations, and shavings of the Body. All their Speakers had these Tremblings, which they gloried in, asserting it to be the Character of good Man to tremble before God. When George Fox appeared before the Gervas Bennet, Esq; one of the Justices of Derby, Octob. 30. 1650. he had one of his Agitations, or fits of Trembling upon him, and with a loud Voice, and vehement Emotion of Body, bid the Justice, and those about him, tremble at the Word of the Lord; whereupon the Justice gave him, and his Friends, the Name Quakers, which being agreeable to their Behaviour, quickly became the distinguishing Character of this People.
At length they disturbed the publick Worship by appearing in ridiculous Habits, with emblematical or typical Representations of some impending Calamity; they also took the Liberty of giving the Ministers the reproachful Names of Hirelings, Decievers, of the People, false Prophets, &c. Some of them went through divers Towns and Villages naked, denouncing Judgements and Clalmities upon the Nation. Some have famished and destroyed themselves by deep Melancholy; and others have undertaken to raise their Friends from the Dead, Mr. Baxter says [Marginal Note: Baxter p. 77.], many Franciscan Friars, and other Paris’s, have been disguised Speakers in their Assemblies; but little Credit is to be given to such Reports.
It can’t be expected that such an unsettled People should have an uniform System of rational Principles. Their first and chief Design, if they had any, was to reduce all revealed Religion to Allegory; and because some had laid too great stress upon Rites ad Ceremonies, they would have neither Order nor Decency, nor stated Times of Worship, but all must arise from the inward Impulse of their Spirits. Agreeable to this Rule they declared against all Sorts of Clergy, or settled Ministers; Against People’s assembling in Steeple Houses: against fixed Times of publick Devotion, and consequently against the Observation of the Sabbath. Their own Meetings were occasional, and when they met, one or another spake as they were moved from within, and sometimes they departed without any one’s being moved to speak at all.
The Doctrines they delivered were as various and uncertain as the Principle from which the acted. They denied the Holy Scriptures to be the one only Rule of their Faith, calling it a dead Letter, and maintained, that every Man had a Light within himself, which was a sufficient Rule. They denied the received Doctrine of the Trinity and Incarnation, They disowned the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper; nay, some of them proceeded so far, as to deny a Christ without them; or at least , to place more of their Dependence upon a Christ within. They spake little or nothing (says Me. Baxter [Marginal Note: Baxter p. 77]) about the Depravity of Nature; about the Covenant of Grace; about Pardon of Sin and Reconciliation with God; or about Moral Duties; but the Disturbance they gave to the publick Religion for a Course of many Years, was so insufferable, that the magistrates could not avoid punishing them as Disturbers of the Peace; though of later Years they are become a more sober and inoffensive People; and by the Wisdom of their Managers have form’d themselves into a Sort of Body politick.
[Source: “The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Death of King Charles 1. to the Act of Toleration by King William and Queen Mary, in the Year 1689.” by Daniel Neal, M.A. Volume 4, London, Printed For Richard Heat, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry. pgs. 32-36, 1776]
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