Millwall v Reading Predictions

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowflake Royal » 25 Sep 2017 18:30

Snowball wrote:Snowflake, why don't YOU run this.

I have said, if it isn't EXPLICIT, the first score given is Reading. END

Why don't you stop if you can't do it properly?

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by NewCorkSeth » 25 Sep 2017 18:37

Snowflake Royal wrote:
Snowball wrote:Snowflake, why don't YOU run this.

I have said, if it isn't EXPLICIT, the first score given is Reading. END

Why don't you stop if you can't do it properly?

What's the difference between snowballs and snowflake? Wait I messed it up..

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Ascotexgunner » 25 Sep 2017 18:40

Millwall lead 1-0 at halftime.
We play the same turgid uninspiring unimaginative crap we played at Preston and QPR, and indeed the vast majority of our away games, and the score stays the same.

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by The Cap » 25 Sep 2017 18:45

Predict Stam ain't 'appee, and tears up the touchline for a tear up with the NOLU crew 8)

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Mid Sussex Royal » 25 Sep 2017 18:55

If we have watched them and are prepared we should win this easily.
2-0 win, Bod (25 mins), Aluko (76).


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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by bcubed » 25 Sep 2017 22:47

HT 0-0
FT 0 - 1 Reading
Swift

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Mike Hunt » 25 Sep 2017 23:55

omg snowball, the home team always comes first.

Stop making your own rules

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by alfie9 » 26 Sep 2017 03:42

We're going to play terribly against Millwall and Norwich and scrape two wins.

Consecutive 1-0 wins

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 05:39

Mike Hunt wrote:omg snowball, the home team always comes first.

Stop making your own rules


Is that so?

Away to Brenford we had, on the thread we had

For the Brentford away game we had


Linkenholtroyal

2-0

(but he meant Reading to WIN 2-0)

I only knew that because link also gave the scorers



Lightwater Royal also said 2-0 but added Reading

He didn’t say 0-2 Reading




Mid Sussex Royal said 1-3 Reading defeat, not 3-1 Reading defeat

Immediately followed by 0-3 (this time a Reading win) from Snowflake



So clearly people are NOT using a convention consistently


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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by bcubed » 26 Sep 2017 08:05

Snowball wrote:
Mike Hunt wrote:omg snowball, the home team always comes first.

Stop making your own rules


Is that so?

Away to Brenford we had, on the thread we had

For the Brentford away game we had


Linkenholtroyal

2-0

(but he meant Reading to WIN 2-0)

I only knew that because link also gave the scorers



Lightwater Royal also said 2-0 but added Reading

He didn’t say 0-2 Reading




Mid Sussex Royal said 1-3 Reading defeat, not 3-1 Reading defeat

Immediately followed by 0-3 (this time a Reading win) from Snowflake



So clearly people are NOT using a convention consistently


I'd swear I've already seen this
I don't think some people are listening!

Keep up the good work Snowball
Just ignore the bait

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by genome » 26 Sep 2017 08:55

Jesus christ

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Brum Royal » 26 Sep 2017 08:56

Millwall 1 (0) - (0) 1 Reading

Barrow 78

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowflake Royal » 26 Sep 2017 08:59

You mean in every case where convention wasn't followed something was added to make it clear what the prediction was?

Good lord, how awfully confusing that must be for literally no one but you.


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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 09:32

Why the hell should I need to "interpret" when it is near effortless to be clear and precise.

If people can't be @rsed to make it absolutely clear then they can do one.

It takes time to transcribe to spreadsheets, order in various ways, check and double-check that X really meant a Reading defeat (or not)

For example, I try to post the list in order of size of Reading win

3-0
2-0
2-1
1-1
0-0
0-1

Etc

That way we see the level
Of optimism/delusion v pessimism/realism

But then I have to churn through countless different ways people are presenting their predictions

The could of course, if they weren't pathetic a-holes, present the data in a fixed way that is always immediately clear

Like it is mandatory in the prediction comp in predictions

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 09:34

Snowflake Royal wrote:You mean in every case where convention wasn't followed something was added to make it clear what the prediction was?

Good lord, how awfully confusing that must be for literally no one but you.


A change of name clearly hasn't made you less of a stupid prick

Are you volunteering to do the job?

If not STFU

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 09:34

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by genome » 26 Sep 2017 09:44

LOL @ Snowball getting angry about a game noone asked for

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 09:48

You think that's angry?

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by genome » 26 Sep 2017 09:57

Calling someone a stupid prick because they don't like your game?

Yeah, fairly angry, I'd say.

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Re: Millwall v Reading Predictions

by Snowball » 26 Sep 2017 10:13

genome wrote:Calling someone a stupid prick because they don't like your game?

Yeah, fairly angry, I'd say.



You're ascribing YOUR value judgements.

I call Ian Royal a prick because he's always been a prick.

There are a lot of pricks on HobNob, more interested in scoring points
than doing anything useful. Which camp do you think you're in?

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