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James Blast wrote:Image
That's Amazing!

Yawn...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7410421.stm :lol:
Huh?
I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.
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a 747 cargo plane crashed and broke into two during take-off

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7419280.stm

not a good sight..good thing the 5 people on board are okay

I still hate flying no matter how many times I have flown already
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SINsister wrote:Orally fixated...
That sounds mental :notworthy: I want to try a Blaast BBQ with one of those berries, bet it'll still taste like MEATE :lol:
There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Millets
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boudicca wrote:
SINsister wrote:Orally fixated...
That sounds mental :notworthy: I want to try a Blaast BBQ with one of those berries, bet it'll still taste like MEATE :lol:
Some friends recently went to that ponce Heston Bloomenthals (Spelling?) restaurant. Apparently it was nearly 400 quid for the 2 of them for lunch. They had roast lamb flavoured sorbet and all sorts of weird combinations. They did say it was worth the money though. :roll:
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Hom_Corleone wrote:
boudicca wrote:
SINsister wrote:Orally fixated...
That sounds mental :notworthy: I want to try a Blaast BBQ with one of those berries, bet it'll still taste like MEATE :lol:
Some friends recently went to that ponce Heston Bloomenthals (Spelling?) restaurant. Apparently it was nearly 400 quid for the 2 of them for lunch. They had roast lamb flavoured sorbet and all sorts of weird combinations. They did say it was worth the money though. :roll:
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
it seems a bit too much :von:
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7427206.stm


Brilliant! Everything that is wrong with America in a single news story. Neo-Con extremism, the inability to distinguish between 'Arab' and 'terrorist', corporate kow-towing to inarticulate ranting, and huge diabetes-inducing donuts with icing on top.
Mike, UK
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Pat wrote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7427206.stm


Brilliant! Everything that is wrong with America in a single news story. Neo-Con extremism, the inability to distinguish between 'Arab' and 'terrorist', corporate kow-towing to inarticulate ranting, and huge diabetes-inducing donuts with icing on top.
Mike, UK
And very wise they are too to ban these donuts of mass destruction. What if they start trying to make adverts with deserts in them? Or camels (also popular in the east I'm led to believe) Adverts for Turkish delight should also be stopped (if they are made on the Asian side of the Bosphorus)..oh, and ban all archive footage of Tommy Cooper.

Together we will beat terrorism. :D
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Those scarves are popular amongst the teenagers here. Oh s**t. :lol:

I actually have one from Afghanistan, which my sister's bloke brought back when he worked out there. :lol:
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I used to have one of those scarves...
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AC/DC Make You Angry
30th May 2008

Street fighting men indeed – apparently the Stones and AC/DC can cause a dust up in your local.

A study by the NHS has found that a rock song with a heavy bassline riff is more likely to cause a fight in a pub than any other music.

Timesonline.co.uk report that a group of researchers in Glasgow monitored pub violence in 8 pubs in the city and found that rock and hip-hop encourage heavier drinking, which often led to loutish behaviour and violence.

The report names AC/DC’s ‘Highway To Hell’ and ‘Brown Sugar’ by the Stones as examples of songs that could trigger a brawl.

Apparently the way to diffuse a situation is to simply play some Robbie Williams, which we have to disagree with – if we heard AC/DC followed by Robbie Williams we’d be pretty angry.
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Just wait till Robbie does a cover of Ace Of Spades....
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...or go to another pub
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And finally.

schoolchild names iceberg

Love this quote.
"The iceberg bobs in the water and is melting", Max said about his inspiration.

"It's huge and cool."
At what age do children normally master sarcasm ?
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Pat wrote:And finally.


At what age do children normally master sarcasm ?
i born with mine ;D
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Rossi won the Moto GP on the Italian circuit. okay that is not new. I tried
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sziamiau wrote:Rossi won the Moto GP on the Italian circuit. okay that is not new. I tried
7th time...9th at all ;D
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psichonaut wrote:
sziamiau wrote:Rossi won the Moto GP on the Italian circuit. okay that is not new. I tried
7th time...9th at all ;D
yep..and how about the new helmet?
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sziamiau wrote:
psichonaut wrote:
sziamiau wrote:Rossi won the Moto GP on the Italian circuit. okay that is not new. I tried
7th time...9th at all ;D
yep..and how about the new helmet?
the new helmet was funny as he always is...Vale is a joker ;D
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