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  1. Hornby's original book is still well worth a read. It really doesn't matter if you don't like Arsenal or even soccer - it's not really about soccer as such. Culturally it's actually a really important book as well in lots of ways.
  2. The wiki Category:American baseball films reveals some outstanding film naming. I'm particularly drawn to Hot Curves. I'm also distraught that I never discovers Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch. Looks amazing and "straight to video" is always a good thing.
  3. Welcome! You have arrived at www.littlecaesars.com, www.littlecaesar.ca, http://franchise.littlecaesars.com, http://talkto.littlecaesars.com and/or are otherwise interacting with our Service (defined below), which is owned or operated by Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc., Little Caesar of Canada ULC, and/or related and affiliated entities (collectively, “LCE” or “we,” “our” or “us”). These Terms of Service (“General Terms”), along with the applicable country addendum, applicable to that country’s residents (Click for: Canada Addendum or Mexico Addendum) (each, an “Addendum,” collectively “Addenda,” and together with the General Terms, “Terms”) govern your use of any online service location (e.g., website or mobile app) that posts a link to these Terms (“Site”), except when we refer only to our mobile apps (in which case an “App”), and also applies to all features, widgets, plug-ins, applications, content, downloads and other services that we own and control and make available through a Site, and/or that post or link to these Terms (collectively, the “Service”), regardless of how you access or use it, whether via computer, mobile device or otherwise. These Terms do not apply to sites or services of third parties that may interact with our Service or that operate LCE branded sites under license and contract that we may link to such as www.littlecaesarsstuff.com and www.littlecaesarslistens.com. When applicable, to the extent there is a conflict between the General Terms and an Addendum, the Addendum will control. Blimey, that's just the introduction. I'll take the Wikipedia ones...
  4. Because the sports projects on Wikipedia are, for the most part, incredibly inclusive. One at bat or inning pitched and you pretty much get a page, despite whatever lack of sources there may be.
  5. As I understand it, it's called the liberation of Saigon in Vietnam and marks the last bit of what's called The American War.
  6. The article is called Fall of Saigon - and, as far as I can tell, has been consistently since about 2005 - there's a discussion on the article talk page from that date. There have been two or three random attempts by individuals to move the page, but never any consensus to do so and the move has been undone very quickly each time. Liberation of Saigon redirects there - as it should - and I was expecting that it might be used in that way on a number of pages, depending upon context. It might even be a better link term in some cases. But it seems to only be used from a single page as a direct link - and that's the North Vietnam page - where it's very clearly the most appropriate term to use. I guess in the same way that a number of pages use the link American war of Independence to link to the page titled American Revolutionary War. In some cases, of course, there might be piping of the link involved (linking other words to the name of the article) and those won't show up in any easy to use way, so there might be more links (for example, from the article titled Reunification Day). It's been done right imo. The redirect is correct, the usages that I've seen are right. It's sensibly done - there's not a big drama over it and people have got it right.
  7. 12:10 for me. AM. That's why those Thursday night early start games are a Good Thing.
  8. This was our dinner tonight: Clearly it's a thing - presumably the new pulled pork. Never seen it before here, but this was in one of the main supermarkets as their own brand. Quite reasonable. Not sure what the de rigour accompaniment would be though? Beer? Wine? Faygo?
  9. To be fair, that's a very minor infringement. A slap on the wrist is about right. If it happens again and again then, yeah, do something else about it.
  10. I think it's considered a bit too boring - even by F1 standards.
  11. Ah. They're basically the same place of course... 🙂
  12. Belgium is still in this year - Spa is probably the single best circuit imo. Barcelona's still in as well. Even with the levels of corruption in F1, Spa, Monza, Hockenheim and Monaco would be incredibly difficult to remove from any list due to their classic status.
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