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WestCroydonEagle Flag Narnia... 14 Mar 09 6.46pm

"Don't Stop Me Now" by Jeremy Clarkson

 


2006 - Year of the Dog
2007 - Year of the Boar
2008 - Year of the Rat
2009 - Year of the EAGLES!

Glad All Over

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View teejay61's Profile teejay61 Flag The Cup of Sid 14 Mar 09 6.49pm Send a Private Message to teejay61 Add teejay61 as a friend

The riot act (to my less than polite teenage kids)

 


Supporting the mighty CPFC since September 1971

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nickgusset Flag Shizzlehurst 14 Mar 09 9.12pm

galactic pot healer by philip k dick

 

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fubar 14 Mar 09 9.42pm

Six Degrees, though since all worse case climate-change scenarios seem to be being realised, perhaps a new edition up to eight degrees is needed.

 


too far gone.. aint no way back

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View ollie_porter's Profile ollie_porter Flag Esher 14 Mar 09 10.16pm Send a Private Message to ollie_porter Add ollie_porter as a friend

I'm reading The story of Pink Floyd by Mark Blake
Only a chapter or so in, but interesting reading as they're my favourite ever band

Also reading a lot of books about Mao Tse Tung, due to having to do an individual assignment on the causes of the Cultural Revolution- also, interesting reading

 


Hello

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Jake d'Eagle Flag in the section labelled 'shirts', ... 16 Mar 09 4.35pm

I'm reading this thread.

 


Put a Glide in your Stride, and Dip in your Hip,
Come on over to the Mothership, baby

[Link] Transformation is Happening


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View Southampton_Eagle's Profile Southampton_Eagle Flag At the after party 16 Mar 09 4.51pm Send a Private Message to Southampton_Eagle Add Southampton_Eagle as a friend

The book on my bedside table is 'Elephants on Acid' by Alex Boese, it's a book of wierd experiments that have taken place, including injecting an elephant with 297 milligrams of LSD. The elephant died but it's still unsure whether it's the LSD that killed him or the drugs that were used to revive him after he fell unconcious with the distress of the injection. Lucky bugger.

 


BensGrandad: Prior to the cup game v Arsenal there was some posts comparing The Amex and The Emirates and The Amex came out top in every catergory bar the one that matters, the players on the field.

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View raceycasey's Profile raceycasey Flag Caterham 16 Mar 09 5.33pm Send a Private Message to raceycasey Add raceycasey as a friend

I bought some new books to take on hols with me in May and am trying desperately not to read them before I go, so therefore I have raided my daughter's bookshelf for light reading material and am currently halfway through The Diary of Anne Frank!

 


Oh to kill a mocking bird.

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I'm a quarter of the way through Dean Koontz - Brother Odd, the 3rd book from the Odd Thomas saga. First book was brilliant but they've been getting worse with each one! Theres a 4th to read once i get round to finishing this one!

 


I'm a Pepper your a Pepper He's a Pepper She's a Pepper wouldn't you like to be a Pepper!

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Quote raceycasey at 16 Mar 2009 5:33pm

I bought some new books to take on hols with me in May and am trying desperately not to read them before I go, so therefore I have raided my daughter's bookshelf for light reading material and am currently halfway through The Diary of Anne Frank!


Hate to ruin it for you but the Nazi's did it

 


BensGrandad: Prior to the cup game v Arsenal there was some posts comparing The Amex and The Emirates and The Amex came out top in every catergory bar the one that matters, the players on the field.

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Quote Southampton_Eagle at 16 Mar 2009 5:50pm

Quote raceycasey at 16 Mar 2009 5:33pm

I bought some new books to take on hols with me in May and am trying desperately not to read them before I go, so therefore I have raided my daughter's bookshelf for light reading material and am currently halfway through The Diary of Anne Frank!


Hate to ruin it for you but the Nazi's did it


Aww man! Spoil sport. Ruins my theory of Bert finally finding out what was behind that Trap Door!

Don't you open that trap door, Your a fool if you dare, Stay away from that trap door, Cos' there's somethin' down there.......

 


Oh to kill a mocking bird.

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Quote CiderEagle at 04 Sep 2004 11:04pm

"The God Of Small Things" by Arundhati Roy. Semi-autobiographical first novel about growing up in India. Harrowing in places but brilliantly written.


I got this last week after I got back from India. Not started it yet though as I've just finished Shantaram and started White Tiger.

Have you read Shantaram? It was great!

In 1978, gifted student and writer Greg Roberts turned to heroin when his marriage collapsed, feeding his addiction with a string of robberies. Caught and convicted, he was given a nineteen-year sentence. After two years, he escaped from a maximum- security prison, spending the next ten years on the run as Australia's most wanted man. Hiding in Bombay, he established a medical clinic for slum- dwellers, worked in the Bollywood film industry and served time in the notorious Arthur Road prison. He was recruited by one of the most charismatic branches of the Bombay mafia for whom he worked as a forger, counterfeiter, and smuggler, and fought alongside a unit of mujaheddin guerrilla fighters in Afghanistan. His debut novel, SHANTARAM, is based on this ten-year period of his life in Bombay. The result is an epic tale of slums and five-star hotels, romantic love and prison torture, mafia gang wars and Bollywood films. A gripping adventure story, SHANTARAM is also a superbly written meditation on good and evil and an authentic evocation of Bombay life.

 


It was my dream to play for Palace and to make my debut. I've always played for the club so if I'm playing here, I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.

- John Bostock (Nov 2007)

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