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Monthly Archives: January 2005
Over on the Boris blog, the exciting debate continues on the comments section. Someone calling themself ‘Monkey’ commented that: Howard has made several intelligent manouvres in the past few days. Appearing on Talk Sport (the UK’s most popular radio station, … Continue reading
Not much fro me today – sorry. As if anyone is reading anyway! Have the ‘flu and it’s vile. Okay, probably not the ‘flu. But a very nasty virus. I am at the same time freezing and sweating, which isn’t … Continue reading
Rosie Originally uploaded by theclosedcircle. Here’s a recent-ish picture of Rosie the rabbit. Okay, so it’s just an excuse to play with Flickr…
From The Register: Crooked Microsoft worker masterminded $7m racket Blimey!
Only at the FA could a DVD be produced of the greatest ever England players – and they neglect to pick a single black player. FA apologises for DVD ‘oversight’