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Teesside Stuff! / The Crown on a monday
« on: May 23, 2005, 11:56:54 am »
What time is it free entry till?

Because I've got a fiver to go out with  :dance

32
Music / Glasto Tickets
« on: May 08, 2005, 01:10:43 pm »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/4526847.stm

Why to they always sell the tickets when I have no money to buy them  :wtf

Gotta have an orange phone though.

33
The Big Orange Band are playing at the Moby Grape tomorrow (Is lifesize on a Tuesday?). So please come and see us, we'll reward you in song.

I'm unsure of times and prices but I'd have thought that the usual applies.

34
Movies, Shows & Books / Star Wars to become new TV series
« on: April 26, 2005, 05:31:41 pm »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/film/4484915.stm

It'll be like stargate all over again.

35
General / Want a rifle? Vote BNP
« on: April 23, 2005, 04:23:08 pm »
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 Mr Griffin also wants the reintroduction of national service and said everyone who had undergone it should be required to keep a modern assault rifle at home.

"It's there to shoot burglars with if they want, it's there to shoot people who invade this country if they want, and if in the end a tyrannical government wants to usurp the rights and freedoms of the people it is there to use against the government as well," he said.



http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/vote_2005/frontpage/4476279.stm

36
General / Talk to Intellibuddy
« on: April 23, 2005, 12:44:41 pm »
http://www.intellibuddy.com/

Apparently this is one of the best AI's on the planet  :wtf .

37
Jokes & Comedy / Man walks up to a gate...
« on: April 19, 2005, 09:42:22 pm »
So Karl Marx dies and shows up at the gates of heaven to be met by
Saint Peter.

"Name?" asks Peter.
"Marx, Karl Marx." replies the famous author.
"Hmm," says Peter to himself, "why do I know that name?"
"I am Marx," Marx said, beaming with pride, "founder of socialism
and the driving force behind the communist ideal called Marxism."
"I see," Peter said.  "I'll have to check with God."

So Peter rushes off to confer with God.  God hears the name Marx
and immediately a look of disgust infects His face.  "Marx?" God
says, "He's nothing but a trouble maker.  Send him down to hell."

So Peter happily signs the appropriate forms and deports Karl Marx
to Satan's firy hell.

Some time later, a free trade agreement is forged between Heaven and Hell.
The deal is hailed by all to be a great economic leap forward that would
revitalize both struggling economies.  But soon after the treaty,
God realizes that Heaven is no longer receiving any products
from Hell.  So he sends Saint Peter down to investigate.

"Well?" asks Peter of Satan, "What's the hold up?  We have an agreement!"

Satan shrugs his shoulders, exasperated.  "It's that Marx fellow," Satan
replied.  "Ever since he got down here, all we've had are strikes and
labour demands.  Productivity has dropped to zero!"

"So?" Peter asks, "What would you have us do?"

"Take him back.  Take Marx back to Heaven, and I guarantee productivity
will sky rocket!"

So Peter agreed, on God's behalf, to accept Karl Marx back to Heaven.

Some time later Satan realizes that Hell has not received any orders
for product from Heaven.  In fact, very little communication at all
has leaked from Up Above.  So, concerned for the economic welfare
of Hell, he makes a trip to Heaven.

"Peter!  Peter, are you there?" Satan demands.

"Yes, what is it?" Peter answers.

"What's the hold up?  What about the flow of trade?"

"Oh I'm sorry," Peter said, "We have decided to adopt a Marxist
isolationist stance.  We are an intrinsic self-governed body that is
now based on the needs of the prolitariate.  It is our opinion that
this free trade agreement only benefits the bourgeois."

"What?!" Satan was furious.  "I demand to speak to God!"

Peter's eyebrow is raised in confusion.  "Who?"

38
Buy/Sell / Boss ME-50 For Sale
« on: April 11, 2005, 05:28:55 pm »
http://www.roland.co.uk/prodcatdetail.asp?id=ME-50 (you have to copy this address into your browser because the message is cutting the -50 off)

Its in top condition, no scratches or dents, and works exactly as it should. Comes with power supply and foorswitch. Still got the box and manual

I don't use it anymore so its just sat around gathering dust, so I thought I may as well make a bit of cash out of it.

I've googled it and you can get them for around the 200 mark new. Any offers?


39
Ask/Tell Haxed / The day we caught the train
« on: April 08, 2005, 01:48:19 pm »
Me and a couple of friends are thinking about going around europe for a few weeks over the summer assuming we have the money. Just wondering if anyone else has done this and could tell me how much its likely to cost for living expenses.


Were going in a tent by the way and probably going to buy interrail tickets

40
General / If you gotta go...
« on: April 06, 2005, 05:58:53 pm »
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Hunter S. Thompson's ashes will be blasted from a cannon mounted inside a 53-foot-high sculpture of the journalist's "gonzo fist" emblem, his wife said Tuesday.

The cannon shot, planned sometime in August on the grounds of his Aspen-area home, will fulfill the writer's long-cherished wish.

41
General / April Fool
« on: April 01, 2005, 01:27:16 pm »
News Stories form today

1. A Japanese inventor has devised solar-powered clothes which can top up the battery on an iPod or mobile phone.

2. The Home Office is being asked to pardon Anne Boleyn, 500 years after she was executed, because she was "obviously innocent".

3. A study of men who attended lapdancing clubs found one man, named by researchers as "Graham the philanthropist" who went five times a week and believed "he was helping the women to make money quickly so they could become financially independent".

4. A family of four ate 20,000 Kit Kats to win prizes worth 12,000. "We had them for breakfast, dinner and tea," said 53-year-old Pat McGovern of Teesside.

42
Movies, Shows & Books / Corra'
« on: April 01, 2005, 12:19:21 pm »
Not to be missed tonight:


44
General / What Grandad Did
« on: March 28, 2005, 11:40:48 am »
My grandad also was shot at by a German fighter plane when he nicked out of school. And he once had a job which involved chasing illegal whisky distillers over the scottish highlands. Mintas my Grandad

Sorry, but its an awful lot more interesting than chemistry revision.

45
General / The Great Escape
« on: March 26, 2005, 09:07:23 pm »
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/4384367.stm

Their mistake was not to try and escape across the border on a stolen nazi motorbike

Slightly more worryingly

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US guards shot dead four prisoners at the jail in January after a routine search in the cells.  

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