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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby saintly » Mon 08 Jan 2018 7:20am

axcellence wrote:Cool... no consequences for spreading false rumours. What about the old ruse... “oh, just joking”.

Cool then. I’ll say some stuff I heard from my uncle’s nephew’s friend of a friend.

Richo’s been so pleased that he’s given a positive result to a coach’s drug test
Mav did some deep stuff with his meditation and is now catatonic
Rest of them got lost trying to find the football :P

Oh and a plugger or someone has posted on bigfooty that he knows from inside sources that Freeman has done a bad hammy and Armitage’s body is so bad that he’s done.

But hey... no consequences for spreading false stuff. And we can’t be seen as complaining, can we?
Well I am reporting SMS’s post. And I request that if you agree with SMS getting some type of penalty- then please report it as well.


we will know if anyof the stuff is true this week as the players come back today.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby kosifantutti » Mon 08 Jan 2018 2:08pm

Steele was in full training today.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby magnifisaint » Mon 08 Jan 2018 2:15pm

kosifantutti wrote:Steele was in full training today.

I'm surprised you can run in a moon boot. Maybe he's training to be an astronaut.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby magnifisaint » Mon 08 Jan 2018 2:56pm

kosifantutti wrote:Steele was in full training today.

I'm surprised you can run in a moon boot. Maybe he's training to be an astronaut. As the moon has 1/6 th the gravity of earth I suppose his broken foot won't hinder him as much. Not that SMS would know
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby samoht » Mon 08 Jan 2018 3:06pm

It was a chinese whisper which started out as "Steele Sidebottom moons bootstrapper" .. but after 1,000 retellings, the final version "Steele in a moonboot" is not that far removed.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby axcellence » Mon 08 Jan 2018 6:41pm

saintly wrote:
axcellence wrote:Cool... no consequences for spreading false rumours. What about the old ruse... “oh, just joking”.

Cool then. I’ll say some stuff I heard from my uncle’s nephew’s friend of a friend.

Richo’s been so pleased that he’s given a positive result to a coach’s drug test
Mav did some deep stuff with his meditation and is now catatonic
Rest of them got lost trying to find the football :P

Oh and a plugger or someone has posted on bigfooty that he knows from inside sources that Freeman has done a bad hammy and Armitage’s body is so bad that he’s done.

But hey... no consequences for spreading false stuff. And we can’t be seen as complaining, can we?
Well I am reporting SMS’s post. And I request that if you agree with SMS getting some type of penalty- then please report it as well.


we will know if anyof the stuff is true this week as the players come back today.


Done.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby BackFromUSA » Mon 08 Jan 2018 6:53pm

axcellence wrote:Cool... no consequences for spreading false rumours. What about the old ruse... “oh, just joking”.

Cool then. I’ll say some stuff I heard from my uncle’s nephew’s friend of a friend.

Richo’s been so pleased that he’s given a positive result to a coach’s drug test
Mav did some deep stuff with his meditation and is now catatonic
Rest of them got lost trying to find the football :P

Oh and a plugger or someone has posted on bigfooty that he knows from inside sources that Freeman has done a bad hammy and Armitage’s body is so bad that he’s done.

But hey... no consequences for spreading false stuff. And we can’t be seen as complaining, can we?
Well I am reporting SMS’s post. And I request that if you agree with SMS getting some type of penalty- then please report it as well.


Ok so what rule did they break? SMS didn’t post the original rumour. The information SMS posted turns out to be wrong BUT I can’t find a rule that it actually breaches given the posting history isn’t littered with such posts thus cannot be considered s troll.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby longtimesaint » Mon 08 Jan 2018 6:59pm

BackFromUSA wrote:
axcellence wrote:Cool... no consequences for spreading false rumours. What about the old ruse... “oh, just joking”.

Cool then. I’ll say some stuff I heard from my uncle’s nephew’s friend of a friend.

Richo’s been so pleased that he’s given a positive result to a coach’s drug test
Mav did some deep stuff with his meditation and is now catatonic
Rest of them got lost trying to find the football :P

Oh and a plugger or someone has posted on bigfooty that he knows from inside sources that Freeman has done a bad hammy and Armitage’s body is so bad that he’s done.

But hey... no consequences for spreading false stuff. And we can’t be seen as complaining, can we?
Well I am reporting SMS’s post. And I request that if you agree with SMS getting some type of penalty- then please report it as well.


Ok so what rule did they break? SMS didn’t post the original rumour. The information SMS posted turns out to be wrong BUT I can’t find a rule that it actually breaches given the posting history isn’t littered with such posts thus cannot be considered s troll.

Perhaps we could have a rule about not posting unsubstantiated rumours as all us Saints tragics are chasing news of it for a week or more
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby skeptic » Mon 08 Jan 2018 8:38pm

Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby Moods » Mon 08 Jan 2018 8:46pm

skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


100% agree. In fact the post generated discussion and in actual fact was partially correct. He WAS in a moonboot and had been injured. Probably the follow up language about being out for the year was OTT, but I'd rather that than just incessant bickering. It was about the Saints and topical.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby axcellence » Mon 08 Jan 2018 8:54pm

skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


I agree I can get over people typing rubbish on the internet. But, imagine 100 jokers all running around posting rubbish. Then it becomes like spam on email.

It is about drawing a line on the sand. I have read the forum rules and probably I am more guilty of breaking the rules than SMS.

But, rather than the poster individually, the behaviour of posting pre season rubbish - eg broken legs, torn hamstrings with irrespective of intent needs to be policed a bit more.

Otherwise brace yourself- next pre season there will be more people posting rubbish injury news like nothing else. Repeat cheating in the prisoner’s dilemma scenario- and all that jazz.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby Spinner » Mon 08 Jan 2018 9:12pm

axcellence wrote:
skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


I agree I can get over people typing rubbish on the internet. But, imagine 100 jokers all running around posting rubbish. Then it becomes like spam on email.

It is about drawing a line on the sand. I have read the forum rules and probably I am more guilty of breaking the rules than SMS.

But, rather than the poster individually, the behaviour of posting pre season rubbish - eg broken legs, torn hamstrings with irrespective of intent needs to be policed a bit more.

Otherwise brace yourself- next pre season there will be more people posting rubbish injury news like nothing else. Repeat cheating in the prisoner’s dilemma scenario- and all that jazz.


Keep the rumours coming.

He was in a moon boot for f**** sake... rumours 1000 times more unbelievable have shown to be proven. Carey, Didak in the car, De Goey's dog..

You need to relax.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby Jacks Back » Mon 08 Jan 2018 10:13pm

He's Steele on the bench at training today.

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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby Jacks Back » Mon 08 Jan 2018 10:17pm

And here he is trying to kick a footy in the rooms afterwards.

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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby magnifisaint » Tue 09 Jan 2018 10:12am

skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


Maybe the rule should be don't post bulls*** on an internet forum if you want to stay credible, especially if you are a frequent poster otherwise your credibility goes down the toilet. I think we know who to believe and not to believe.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby CQ SAINT » Tue 09 Jan 2018 10:14am

The OP failed to mention he was at an 80's fancy dress party. The rest is an SMS malfunction.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby asiu » Tue 09 Jan 2018 10:41am

the only new rule worth considering
is that there are no rules

mart gets remembered for his 'no photo'
perfectionist gets remembered for his 'he is a dud'
gazrat gets remembered for his brilliance
and SMS just could possibly be remembered for 'gone for the season'

lets see what happens


ie ... lol ... eff anymore **** rules ... please


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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby magnifisaint » Tue 09 Jan 2018 11:03am

asiu wrote:the only new rule worth considering
is that there are no rules

mart gets remembered for his 'no photo'
perfectionist gets remembered for his 'he is a dud'
gazrat gets remembered for his brilliance
and SMS just could possibly be remembered for 'gone for the season'

lets see what happens


ie ... lol ... eff anymore **** rules ... please


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How about we have a sinbin. All s*** posts go in there. We definitely don't need more rules just more intelligent posts.

So anyway here's to SMS

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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby parkeysainter » Tue 09 Jan 2018 1:39pm

magnifisaint wrote:
asiu wrote:the only new rule worth considering
is that there are no rules

mart gets remembered for his 'no photo'
perfectionist gets remembered for his 'he is a dud'
gazrat gets remembered for his brilliance
and SMS just could possibly be remembered for 'gone for the season'

lets see what happens


ie ... lol ... eff anymore **** rules ... please


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How about we have a sinbin. All s*** posts go in there. We definitely don't need more rules just more intelligent posts.

So anyway here's to SMS

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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby Drake Huggins » Tue 09 Jan 2018 5:11pm

No doubt the police investigation will show the materials seized were supplements and not drugs. The powders will remain unanalysed. No one will ever know what they are. Nothing to see here, folks. Move along now. Off you go.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby skeptic » Tue 09 Jan 2018 11:24pm

magnifisaint wrote:
skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


Maybe the rule should be don't post bulls*** on an internet forum if you want to stay credible, especially if you are a frequent poster otherwise your credibility goes down the toilet. I think we know who to believe and not to believe.


Ok. Let’s do this so long as everyone agrees to it and promises to only post the truth...

Think a player looks sore and may be injured... keep it to yourself
Heard a rumour that the club has approached player x... I don’t want to know about it
JAXONS!!!!! You’re out. You’re done. Nothing from you ever again.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby magnifisaint » Wed 10 Jan 2018 12:19am

skeptic wrote:
magnifisaint wrote:
skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


Maybe the rule should be don't post bulls*** on an internet forum if you want to stay credible, especially if you are a frequent poster otherwise your credibility goes down the toilet. I think we know who to believe and not to believe.


Ok. Let’s do this so long as everyone agrees to it and promises to only post the truth...

Think a player looks sore and may be injured... keep it to yourself
Heard a rumour that the club has approached player x... I don’t want to know about it
JAXONS!!!!! You’re out. You’re done. Nothing from you ever again.

Jaxons was the only one that got it right. It's not so much getting it wrong its the flagrant bulls*** that stinks this place out
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby skeptic » Wed 10 Jan 2018 7:36am

magnifisaint wrote:
skeptic wrote:
magnifisaint wrote:
skeptic wrote:Maybe the rule should be don’t believe everything you read on the internet...

I reckon ppl need to get over it

Crickey it’ll be boring around here if all we talk about are confirmed facts


Maybe the rule should be don't post bulls*** on an internet forum if you want to stay credible, especially if you are a frequent poster otherwise your credibility goes down the toilet. I think we know who to believe and not to believe.


Ok. Let’s do this so long as everyone agrees to it and promises to only post the truth...

Think a player looks sore and may be injured... keep it to yourself
Heard a rumour that the club has approached player x... I don’t want to know about it
JAXONS!!!!! You’re out. You’re done. Nothing from you ever again.

Jaxons was the only one that got it right. It's not so much getting it wrong its the flagrant bulls*** that stinks this place out


He also suggested plenty of things that didn’t pan out.
Regardless, most of us know that this is the nature of these things and are ok with it.

In terms of flagrant BS, is it really that big a problem around here? Heck this is the only major call that’s been way off in the last 3 months I can remember... and buy all accounts JS was in a moonboot
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby SaintPav » Wed 10 Jan 2018 8:40am

Unless I missed it, SMS could explain himself but he has gone all quiet; text function must be not working.

Must have missed the post where SMS said that he read or heard a rumour that..It sounded made up to me but this place is run by hypocrites and gullible types.
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Re: Steele in a moonboot

Postby samoht » Wed 10 Jan 2018 10:58am

Interestingly, steel boots were used on the moon.... there was steel in a moonboot. See link, below.
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