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Started by Dordie, 15th April 2012 14:08 in News & Current Affairs

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    Default BBC News readers.

    I consider Maxine Mawhinney to be the best and Clive the pen the worst by a country mile.
    The European Union is Nazism under a new banner.
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    I like George Alligayah.

    Sophie Rayworth (sp?). She's nice too.

    Poor old Maxine, she only seems to get the weekend work. Probably not sexy enough for Mon-Fri.
    Maybe I should just leave this place forever. I don't want to be on a forum that has corrupt, unfriendly, and insulting members and corrupt staff, especially considering I've been down that road before...

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    Alice
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    Poor old Maxine, she only seems to get the weekend work. Probably not sexy enough for Mon-Fri.
    I have known her since she was a child. She is an incredibly smart, articulate and attractive young woman.
    The European Union is Nazism under a new banner.

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    komla dumor

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    he's not on TV any more.
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.

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    beliz3
    beliz3 said:
    komla dumor
    Currently conducting exclusive interviews with Ariel Sharon and Nissan Main-Dealer.
    hmmmmmmm something

    The ball's rolling but the hamster's dead.

    Yo Fucknuts, it's probing time !

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    Isn't it supposed to be about female ones anyway?
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.

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    I like the Alligator as well.
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.

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    Rajesh Merchandani and Jon Snow.

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    River Poison
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    Rajesh Merchandani and Jon Snow.
    Have they just died or something because Jon Snow is definitely not on the BBC.
    Through the glass, dim and foggy, the blunt muzzle of some beast looked at me, its yellow eyes insistently repeating one and the same thought, incomprehensible to me. We looked each other in the eye for a long time - through those shafts connecting the surface world to that other beneath the surface.

    "I am in blood Stepp'd in so far, that, should I wade no more, Returning were as tedious as go o'er"

    You better look before you leap, still waters run deep,
    And there won't always be someone there to pull you out,
    And you know what I'm talkin' about.

 


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