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Sports / Ashes Commentary
« on: July 08, 2009, 11:42:29 am »
I'm being forced to listen to the shit BBC commentary at work. It's no bumble, anyone know a way I can listen to the Sky commentary or something better than this at work?

Cheers  :thumb

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Eurgh, very rough and I blame your cheap drink prices!  :thumb

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Bad Medicine Rock Club @ SECRETS / What's On?
« on: May 26, 2009, 02:53:39 pm »
I'm coming to pay this a visit tomorrow night with 2 mates and to get epicly smashed. What can I expect apart from hair metal tunes and women?

Cheap drinks me hopes!

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Buy/Sell / SOLD: Oasis Tickets Sat 6th June Heaton Park, Manchester
« on: May 19, 2009, 08:23:03 am »
I'd bought two tickets for Oasis for Saturday 6th June @ Heaton Park, Manchester but I won't be going now.

They cost me £103.95 after booking fee's etc. Does anyone want them?

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Jokes & Comedy / Ricky Hatton
« on: May 07, 2009, 04:04:32 pm »
What do Gary Glitter and Ricky Hatton have in common? They both went down after trying to take a little Phillipino in the ring  :thumb

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General / Exit Interview?
« on: April 23, 2009, 09:35:18 am »
Anyone ever had one of these?

I've got one today.

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Games, Computers and Tech Issues / Twitter Application for Nokia 5800
« on: April 20, 2009, 01:23:20 pm »
I picked up a Nokia 5800 phone the other which is pretty smart except it seems a little power hungry but it has replaced my iPod which takes a battering.

It comes pre-installed with a nifty Facebook app but I'm looking for a decent Twitter App, I've heard Gravity and Stew are the best but have their limitations.

Can anyone recommend me a good Twitter app?

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General / Working your notice/fun things to do whilst sciving at work?
« on: April 20, 2009, 10:59:49 am »
Right, I'm currently working my notice for a company I've worked for 5 years and Iíve had to give 5 weeks notice which is a bit rubbish. Iíve only got 9 working days left so the end is in sight. The problem is Iím supposed to do quite a bit before I leave including putting together a guide for the unfortunate git who ends up replacing me. Iím doing the bare minimum and pretending to look quite busy but Blackjack, Solitaire and Twitter canít only keep me entertained for so long. I canít use Facebook as all of my work colleagues have me so theyíll be able to see when Iím posting crap.

Recommend me things to do whilst skiving?

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Sports / Gareth Southgate fake Twitter
« on: April 17, 2009, 10:05:51 am »
Somebody posted about this before but if you have Twitter start following GarethSouthgate

He's wicked craic!  :laugh

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Movies, Shows & Books / FM
« on: February 27, 2009, 12:05:04 pm »
Did anyone watch this on ITV2 the other night?

It's got Kevin Bishop (Kevin Bishop Show) and Chris O'Dowd (IT Crowd) in it amongst others. Set in a radio studio, well worth a watch.

http://www.itv.com/entertainment/comedy/fm/

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General / School Children...
« on: February 11, 2009, 07:06:00 pm »
are really not as bad as the Daily Fail would have you believe.

I've been very fortunate enough to have had the pleasure of looking after a brilliant group of 15 year olds for the last two days at Laurence Jackson School. I was one of many tutors who were invited in from external organisations to discuss what it's like in the real world, prepare them for interviews and pass on any techniques or skills I find useful before they went off to be interviewed by a different tutor whilst I interviewed someone elses group.

I have to say I expected absolute hell from these kids and I couldn't have been further from the truth. One or two of them were a little cheeky but not in the manner that would piss you off, more of a joking manner, if anything they both reminded me of myself a little when I was there age. I've worked really hard with these kids for the last two days and learnt there strengths and weaknesses and tried to get the best out of these kids, I was really proud of them when 3 of them received rewards in front of the rest of the school for their hard work, progress and their helpfulness.

There isn't that much of a point to this post other than to say I won't be as quick to judge kids in future and that I can totally see what teachers get out of working with kids, if anything I'm now envious and wish I had thought of it as a career path, ironic that that happened to be what I was there talking about.

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Sports / Middlesbrough £85 Mil in Debt
« on: February 09, 2009, 09:20:03 am »
So it's one of the worst kept secrets in football that we are in debt but £85 Mil! I thought it would have been half this figure, could we potentially do a 'Leeds'?

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General / Warning - Zombies Ahead!
« on: February 08, 2009, 02:21:24 am »
Nicked from Orange qurikies news...




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US pranksters are hacking into electronic road signs to post hoax warnings such as "Nazi zombies" and "Raptors ahead".

The latest breach came during the morning rush hour near Collinsville, Illinois, where a sign was changed to "Daily lane closures due to zombies".

A day earlier, in Indiana's Hamilton County, the electronic message on a board in Carmel's construction zone warned drivers of "Raptors ahead".

And signs in Austin, Texas, recently flashed: "Nazi zombies! Run!!!" and "Zombies in area! Run", reports the Daily Telegraph.

Officials in Illinois are concerned the rewritten signs could distract motorists from heeding legitimate warnings.

"We understood it was a hoax, but at the same time those boards are there for a reason," said Joe Gasaway, an Illinois Department of Transportation supervisory field engineer.

"We don't want (drivers) being distracted by a funny sign."

Authorities haven't figured out how pranksters access the signs but Mr Gasaway believes the Illinois sign was changed remotely.

http://www.orange.co.uk/news/quirkies/?rm=storyitem&storyId=3188631


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General / Adverts
« on: January 24, 2009, 09:30:14 pm »
How fucking annoying are some adverts on the tele at the minute!? I quite enjoy watching adverts normally but maybe I'm becoming an old bastard but I've noticed how adverts seem to be bugging the fuck out of me lately. Whether it's the people in them or the tagline of products I always seem to find something I hate. At the top of my hitlist there is:

Just for Men - 'Dad it's time...' If when I have kids they come out with craic like this I'd ground the little bastards to their bedrooms!

Disneyland - 'Mum says it's just Magical, Mum says back to bed' I'd punch that little bastard of a kids teeth out, and as for his dad who can't sleep either, try a wank and then roll over, normally works for me.

Take a Break - 'Let's sit down a minute and take a break' sung to the Bee Gee's, fuck I hate this advert, I here myself singing lines from it... you're very shit and equally catchy!

 


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General / Santa isn't real school shock!
« on: December 11, 2008, 12:59:49 pm »
Haha this is brilliant! I love Orange Quirkies news :D

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Teacher claimed Santa isn't real
A primary school teacher left a class of 25 pupils in tears when she claimed Father Christmas did not exist.

The supply teacher blurted: "It's your parents who leave out presents on Christmas Day" when children were getting over excited about Christmas.

The class of seven-year-olds at Blackshaw Lane Primary School, Royton, near Oldham, were distraught, reports the Daily Telegraph.

They told their parents who then complained about the incident and were sent a letter by the school saying the teacher has been disciplined.

One father said: "My lad was nearly in tears and so was everyone else in the class - especially as it was so close to Christmas. I thought it was wrong.

"We told him that she did not believe in Father Christmas because of her religion and he's fine now. I found it shocking. She has done it maliciously.

Angela McCormick, the headteacher, refused to comment on the incident.

Oldham Council's service director for children, young people and families, Janet Doherty, said: "We have every confidence that the head will deal with it sensitively and appropriately."

http://www.orange.co.uk/news/quirkies/?rm=storyitem&storyId=3117404

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