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  • Birthday 12/15/1961

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  1. I seem to remember that when Michael "I don't sing, and I don't drink Pepsi" Jackson used a picture of this beer in one of his books back in the 1980's, it was captioned "It doesn't mean what you think it does".
  2. Meanwhile south of the border, and far from the muck and bullets, the higher ups will be enjoying a different type of "Slag".
  3. I've not seen the movie. But I think that scene might be a flashback to when a young Dutchman is serving with the Germans on the Eastern Front.
  4. Personally I've always found pistol packing tankers to be a pain in the 'arris. So as far as I'm concerned he got what he deserved.
  5. A park is something of an over statement. It is actually on a piece of waste ground just off the Old Kent Road. Not far from where Brian Epstein used to get beaten up when he went out looking for rough trade. It is seen here sporting a blend of NHS blue, rainbows, hearts and a poppy. It reminds me of the days when County Hall would be "adorned" with the number of unemployed, just to piss off the Milk Snatcher. ...
  6. So is winning every battle I play. Doesn't mean that it is going to be top of BFC's "to do" list.
  7. I seem to remember that "Those were the days" was a No.1 for Mary Hopkin back in '68. Ah, we were all so much younger then, he says drowning in a wave of nostalgia. Which makes a change from drowning in a hogshead of Elizabeth's "Whitehall Bugger the excise man this stuff has a kick to it".
  8. Regarding Prob Bob's youtube lecture above. My old dad always said "Never trust the Liberal Democrats, they're just as bad as The Tories". And sadly he was proven right just a couple of months before he died in 2010. Meanwhile here is a tank, maybe not sexy enough for the willy scalders amongst you, but it did a decent job in the Western Desert. ... "I can't find FartyTrollers anywhere on this bleedin' map".
  9. There is no such thing as a grammar Nazi. The pathetic phrase is a ****ing insult to the millions murdered by Mad Addy and his cronies.
  10. Meanwhile here is a Tiger on Horse Guard's Parade, which I hasten to add is on the north bank of the Thames.
  11. Spot on. The pretty pink-ish concrete was called "Opus signinum" much loved by Time Team fans and presenters alike. The other variant was called "Opus Caementicium". Chamberlian wanted all British tanks made out of it, but Taylor Woodrow said "No". .. Allegedly.
  12. I think that you are confusing my comments with "Estuary English", which is as clear as mud, and comes out of a wide mouth. Personally I think that we should have built a wall at Greenland Dock to keep the semi-literate Saxons out of the great Kingdom of Kent many years ago. In the meantime I think that what you meant to write was "Warts 'n' all's posts". But, given the fact that Mr. Axeman is otherwise occupied, you are spared the big chop.
  13. Park one of these outside The Tate and you'd make a fortune.
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