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Forum: Our Current Decade

Where our decade hasn't ended! Celebrate the Music, Culture, and Memories of our current times.

  1. is there intellegent life in clacton the A.A grumpy column

    good evening and welcome along to another A.A grumpy column now i know i usually post the column on tuesday , thursday and sunday evenings but this one was too good to pass up A new Banksy mural showing a group of pigeons holding anti-immigration banners has been destroyed following a...

    Started by AA grumpy, 10-03-2014 09:57 AM
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  2. Sand In An Oyster

    'Sand in an Oyster,' A Dancer for the Disabled [/URL] [URL="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/06/03/AR2008060302938.html?wpisrc=newsletter"]FULL STORY (http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/us.capitol/one.jpg)

    Started by Accountable, 06-07-2008 04:42 AM
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    07-07-2008 02:48 PM Go to last post
  3. The moral decline.

    :-) What is has caused the problem with the youth of today? Is it simply lack of parental control, or has the availability of such things as magazines, mobile 'phones, contraception, guns, television etc. helped things along?

    Started by Bill Sikes, 09-02-2004 03:53 AM
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  4. And the latest spam is.....

    Fake Rolex watches!

    Started by Bill Sikes, 10-21-2004 02:29 AM
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    10-28-2004 09:35 AM Go to last post
  5. Peter Pan.

    Nowhere else to put this, by the look. Went to see Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. I'm afraid that I was *distinctly* unimpressed. A soulless, plodding, mercenary production dependant on "effects" to keep people sitting there.

    Started by Bill Sikes, 06-28-2009 03:55 PM
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    06-28-2009 03:59 PM Go to last post
  6. Is the Media Destroying Our Children?

    It kills me to see what is happening to the children of this country. Kids are trying to be more and more like adults at younger and younger ages. I can't stand seeing 13 and 14 year-old girls walking down the street with more weight on them in make-up than clothes. Kids are wasting their...

    Started by burntandbleeding, 09-01-2004 08:01 PM
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    10-12-2004 05:20 AM Go to last post
  7. Smile Tell us about the Real America?

    Not about the politicans we see on tv everyday. Nor about the News of what the US in doining in IRAQ and elsewhere. Nor about the New World Order's of the 666. But about the America we dont hear about,like your day to day America in the city,in the country back roads they we seen in the so many...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 08-26-2004 03:36 PM
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  8. Thumbs up Scotland & The Ulster - Scots

    A very interesting piece on Scottish and the Ulster-Scots,Scotch Irish history at http://www.oneagleswingshow.com Worth viewing,

    Started by capt_buzzard, 09-01-2004 06:13 AM
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    11-28-2004 04:48 AM Go to last post
  9. Post Ulster Christmas Rhymers

    Ulster's Christmas Ryhmers were local folk from Northern Ireland. Every December they went from house to house,performing short plays and collecting money for charity. The Old Ulster custom was introduced by English settlers in the early 17th century. It is believed the plays are variations of...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 12-19-2004 03:46 AM
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  10. Exclamation Christmas in Former Times

    Apart from the mulled wine,present giving, mince pies, Christmas is berried holly and mistletoe. Mistletoe was a favourite Christmas decoration in ancient Ireland. It is named after the missel thrush. Sometimes called 'Druids Tears' from the days when the Druids cut the plant from trees with...

    Started by capt_buzzard, 12-19-2004 04:03 AM
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    12-21-2004 09:17 AM Go to last post
  11. Arrow The Beer Facts...it's good for you Ladies.

    Scientists have confirmed what boozers have claimed for years........an occasional tipple can be good for you. Researchers claimed that a mystery ingredient in beer can protect against cancer. At the same time, a second study found that a daily drink can improve brain fuction in older women....

    Started by capt_buzzard, 01-20-2005 05:06 PM
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    01-22-2005 01:49 AM Go to last post
  12. Lance Armstrong Stripped of Medal!

    CNN is reporting that Lance Armstrong may be stripped of his 6th Tour de France title. In a random check for banned substances, 3 were found in Armstrong's hotel room. The 3 substances banned by the French, that were found in his hotel room were as follows:

    Started by Chris, 08-28-2004 03:41 PM
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    08-28-2004 08:59 PM Go to last post
  13. 'King Kong' Star Fay Wray Dies At 96

    Having appeared in about 100 films, she was best known for her role in the movie "King Kong" in 1933. Wray's character won praise for its combination of sex appeal, vulnerability and lung capacity as she was stalked by the beast to the top of the famed New York skyscraper. "At the...

    Started by CVX, 08-10-2004 12:49 AM
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    08-10-2004 02:11 PM Go to last post
  14. We're All Journalists Now

    As columnist with the San Jose Mercury News, veteran Silicon Valley reporter Dan Gillmor has covered the bubble, boom, bust and continuing evolution of the tech industry for over a decade. Along the way, he has become an increasingly influential voice in exploring how technology changes media --...

    Started by CVX, 08-11-2004 11:21 PM
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  15. CBS Newsman Mike Wallace Arrested

    NEW YORK - Veteran "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace was handcuffed and driven to a police station Tuesday night after arguing with city inspectors over where his driver had parked. The dispute began at about 8:30 p.m., as Wallace was leaving a Manhattan restaurant, WCBS-TV reported....

    Started by CVX, 08-11-2004 11:30 PM
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    08-11-2004 11:31 PM Go to last post
  16. Surgeon used Jacko's ear to fix nose

    A leading doctor yesterday revealed how he repaired the appalling damage that Michael Jackson did to his face through plastic surgery. Professor Werner Mang told how the superstar's nose was falling apart so badly by 1998 that he was called in to rebuild it with a piece of his ear. Read...

    Started by CVX, 08-23-2004 09:41 AM
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    09-01-2004 08:26 AM Go to last post
  17. US man is champion telephone book ripper

    An Oregon man has won back his title as the world’s greatest ripper of telephone books. Ed Charon ripped up 39 Portland white page directories in three minutes in front of a 100-strong crowd. The 69-year-old went through the first book like it was only a few pages rather than 1,004. He tossed...

    Started by CVX, 08-24-2004 05:25 PM
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  18. Macaulay Culkin Drug Bust

    From the Smoking Gun: In a week that has already included news about the arrests of former child stars Tracey Gold and Edward Furlong, comes word from Oklahoma that Macaulay Culkin was popped this afternoon on drug charges. The 24-year-old actor, best known for starring in the "Home Alone"...

    Started by CVX, 09-18-2004 07:19 AM
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    11-20-2004 09:42 AM Go to last post
  19. Strange But True: Country Music Saps Will to Live

    A study showing the link between country music and suicide has taken one of the top prizes in this year's Ig-Nobel awards - the humorous alternative to the Nobel prizes. Other winners include the inventor of the karaoke machine, the man who patented the "comb-over" for covering the head of...

    Started by CVX, 10-02-2004 09:55 PM
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    10-03-2004 08:19 AM Go to last post
  20. Hospital to fight Disney over Peter Pan rights

    The cartoon characters of Disney have kept children amused for generations. Less funny, they may find, is a dispute between the film empire and London's Great Ormond Street Hospital over money which might otherwise be used to treat sick children. Peter and the Starcatchers The hospital is...

    Started by CVX, 10-09-2004 10:56 PM
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    10-15-2004 06:28 AM Go to last post

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