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At 8/5/12 06:37 AM, jonthomson wrote:
so i missed a deposit this week because the front page was still showing the upgrade page. stupid needing to refresh cache
Wow, that's a schoolboy error, Jon. And you've been here for what, 12 years?
At 8/5/12 07:04 AM, Haggard wrote:
At 8/4/12 05:51 AM, Coop wrote:
Even more harsh? I can't imagine how this should be possible. As far as I know, there was only one brand for each product in the GDR, and commercials wheren't allowed.
I would assume so, only a little more harsh, from what I've heard.
So, kind of like how it was in the GDR.
Yes - brands officially endorsed by the state.
Do they even HAVE brands in North Korea?
At 7/31/12 01:20 PM, Haggard wrote:
I once read that people bought many many tooh brushes, when there where rumours that the only factory that produced them was about to be closed down.
I don't recall people having to show massive outpourings of public grief, when the leader of the GDR passed away, or that everyone had to display a picture of their Eternal Leader, or Beloved Leader in their homes. Still, I've lived in neither, so would only know from what i have seen from biased news reports.
It'll even out - as we go, the teams with relatively few medals will clump together at the base of the table, while nations like the US, China, GB Germany, France, Australia and South Korea will make their moves toward the top.I don't see any events coming up where team germany really has a chance to grab the gold medal. Silver for Lilli Schwarzkopf was a huge surprise in Heptathlon. I was hoping for a gold medal in discus, but the best german lady only ranked 5th. Now let's hope for hammer throw and men's discus throw...
I'm looking forward to the ladies' hammer throw, as the British entrant is a former ballerina and she actually looks quite attractive... for a hammer throwing woman.
At 8/5/12 09:20 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 8/5/12 06:09 AM, Coop wrote:
Ah but metal classics are hailed all the time.
At 8/4/12 02:23 PM, Bahamut wrote:
Sorry, I cannot accept that as anything better than a Mr. Bean/Bruce Dickinson crossover.Then you refuse to move with the times. Even Metal moves with the times.
Yes. Had Elvis been born 2 decades later, he could have been a Metal Pioneer. Did you ever stop to think of that?
I see no harm with a threesome.
Nope, no warnings are generally needed.All the same, I'll pass. You don't want me to get invited to join in and show you up :3
So eye contact while we're busy roasting some poor girl wouldn't be emotionally scarring for you?
Yeah, I'm just not one for critiquing badly written stories but if it's something really bad that I just have to call out on, then maybe I will review it. Then again, saying that I should be pelting every shitty pony flash ever.
I don't think I'll ever write a single review for the literature portal.If that's the way it's got to be, then that is how it will be.
Well, I will expect you to review the pieces that I'm submitting to the Lit Portal - Blammer, for a start.
Right, the cricket matches at the weekend were either a washout for the weather, or a washout for our performance. Yes, the first team won and continued a march toward promotion. Good for them. The second XI, whom I was scoring for managed to complete their innings of 219, before rain came and washed away a chance of us taking anything more from the game. 8 points to Cookley for that encounter.
Sunday was different, in that we got a full game in. Ranging to my left at Mid-on, to catch one of our Saturday 1st teamers was the highlight, personally on a sticky dog, which we probably shouldn't play on... A little later in the innings, I did cover a lot of ground on a lofted drive, to half dive, half stumble and get fingers to the ball, pushing it across the line for six. I was soaked and covered in mud.
We lost, but had a laugh, all the same.