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22 minutes ago, execusioner said:

One clown on the other message board saying he’s training with us, personally I can’t see it


That clown is probably you knowing how many accounts you have on Twitter arguing with yourself 

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21 minutes ago, ShireBlue said:

37 years old. Last played for Boston United.

 

I can see it being true 😉

Nah.. he got shut of Clarke at 37 who  apparently was ‘too old’!

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24 minutes ago, Chaddyexile84 said:


That clown is probably you knowing how many accounts you have on Twitter arguing with yourself 

Not got a clue what your on about  old been I post on the other board but not a member of twitter I’m to old and too clever 👍

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35 minutes ago, oafc1955 said:

For someone so clever...it should be you’re, and it’s old bean! 😂

Not to mention the grammar. At least two full-stops missing. Also, what's an execusioner? 

 

Oh well, Mr. Ex, you should come on here more often. It's much more fun, especially when it comes to correcting people. 

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14 minutes ago, bigfatjoe1 said:

Not to mention the grammar. At least two full-stops missing. Also, what's an execusioner? 

 

Oh well, Mr. Ex, you should come on here more often. It's much more fun, especially when it comes to correcting people. 

I don’t think you correct people . I suspect you mean “correct people’s SPAG “ ?

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53 minutes ago, Magic Mikey said:

It's SPaG. 

SPAG , Spag or SPaG are all commonly used actually.  The biggest farce I experienced  was having to give a SPAG mark of up to 5% to add to candidates’ mark out of 95% on A level Latin papers. By and large  I found that students  who could translate and textually  analyse Ovid or Cicero did ok on SPaG. 

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1 hour ago, Sheep Foot said:

SPAG , Spag or SPaG are all commonly used actually.  The biggest farce I experienced  was having to give a SPAG mark of up to 5% to add to candidates’ mark out of 95% on A level Latin papers. By and large  I found that students  who could translate and textually  analyse Ovid or Cicero did ok on SPaG. 

Agricola sauvat nautas. 

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On 1/5/2021 at 8:08 PM, bigfatjoe1 said:

Also, what's an execusioner? 

 

 

The Excursioner. Serial day-tripper and straw donkey connoisseur. Sherry tasting by day, flamenco shows by night.

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