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#7012 - Thu, 16 Dec 2004 10:18:00 Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Still winding down so thought I'd post a brief comment on tonight's Here and Now at Manchester.

One thing about the M.E.N arena - it's b****y cold! They have an ice rink under the floor and boy can you feel it biglaugh

We were on the second row from the front, centre block so we had a fantastic view. Thought all the acts were great, and Midge was looking and sounding very good smile Really enjoyed his guitar work along with the impressive H&N band. First time I have seen him play live and hope it won't be the last!

Songs were as follows (I think, I'm truly addled at the moment laugh ):

Hymn, Fade to Grey, If I WAs, No Regrets, Love's Great Adventure, Vienna, Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (think they're in the right order).

Great rendition of "Do They Know It's Christmas" at the end too laugh

Really enjoyed it, anyone else on here that went tonight?

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#7013 - Thu, 16 Dec 2004 19:56:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Hiya!!

Yes I was there too. One of the three wearing the bright red MidgeUre.com pyjama top giving out leaflets at the rail entrance to arena.

Good showindeed. Nik Kershaw was funny and talented, Bucks Fizz were suprisingly entertaining, Belinda Carlisle was ok, Kim looked good in her leather outfit, sounded good too. Loved rockin around the xmas tree!!!

Midge had a bit of a bad throat, still did a great st tho, really seems to be enjoybing himself.

Interesting point of the night were the number of people coming up to me at end asking questions and stating that they didnt realise Midge was THAT good!! Looks like the intention of the tour to raise profile may well have caught a few new fans.

Cheers!

dm!!

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#7014 - Thu, 16 Dec 2004 20:54:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Sorry to have missed you, we came out of that exit too - d'oh! laugh

Didn't realise Midge had a bad throat, I picked up a couple of very slight "blips" but he sounded great overall. My OH didn't realise Midge was such a good guitarist :rolleyes: so I had to explain all the band history etc etc laugh

Nice to hear Midge has picked up some new fans after this too!

Have to say I was impressed with Bucks Fizz - really didn't know what to expect there. Seems they had a lot of fans in last night too laugh OH was impressed with Kim's leather outtfit :rolleyes: laugh

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#7015 - Thu, 16 Dec 2004 20:57:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Quote:
Originally posted by MidgeVox:
Kim looked good in her leather outfit, sounded good too. Loved rockin around the xmas tree!!!
Oh that was funny - "right you all have to put your hats on now ... what do you mean, you forgot your hat" laugh Poor guy!

Loved Midge's parting shot too "Give us your F-ing money!!" lmao nice one. The Band Aid collectors had some heavy buckets I think!

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#7016 - Thu, 16 Dec 2004 22:43:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Quote:
Originally posted by MidgeVox:

Midge had a bit of a bad throat, still did a great st tho, really seems to be enjoybing himself.
He sounded a bit raspy in Newcastle (especially at the beginning) and missed out some of the high notes in Hymn, probably saving his voice for later in the set... wink

I thought Nik Kershaw was good, great set and guitar sound. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Cool]" src="cool.gif" />

...oh, and I wholly concur on Kim Wilde and her leather body suit.... smile

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#7017 - Fri, 17 Dec 2004 05:49:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Quote:
Originally posted by Mike_L:
Quote:
Originally posted by MidgeVox:
[b]
Midge had a bit of a bad throat, still did a great st tho, really seems to be enjoybing himself.
He sounded a bit raspy in Newcastle (especially at the beginning) and missed out some of the high notes in Hymn [/b]
All his performances that I saw the last time (since the DVD and before that already on "Stars for Free" in Berlin 1998) weren't very well sung. In fact some of them were really bad.... .

Quote:
Originally posted by Mike_L:
...oh, and I wholly concur on Kim Wilde and her leather body suit.... smile
Are there any pics on the net of that performance?
<img border="0" alt="[Suave]" title="" src="graemlins/suave.gif" />

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#7018 - Fri, 17 Dec 2004 05:55:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by Nils:

Quote:
Originally posted by Mike_L:
[b]...oh, and I wholly concur on Kim Wilde and her leather body suit.... smile
Are there any pics on the net of that performance?
<img border="0" alt="[Suave]" title="" src="graemlins/suave.gif" /> [/b]
try here....
laugh

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#7019 - Fri, 17 Dec 2004 06:24:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Some nice pictures there... laugh

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#7020 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 01:07:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Okay boys, what is up with the Kim Wilde thing, her belly is hangin out of that leather outfit and her hips could produce whale blubber. Okay maybe that is overdone, but my point is, she seems to be past her prime. Dont you have better taste than that?? K dont bash me now, I am just curious what it is you see....besides her tits hanging oot.

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#7021 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 01:37:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Boyhood memories... laugh Besides, not everything has to be perfect.

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#7022 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 01:51:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Okay boys, what is up with the Kim Wilde thing, her belly is hangin out of that leather outfit and her hips could produce whale blubber. Okay maybe that is overdone, but my point is, she seems to be past her prime. Dont you have better taste than that?? K dont bash me now, I am just curious what it is you see....besides her tits hanging oot.
Meeow... shock
Obviously we see positive where you see negative... laugh

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#7023 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 03:58:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Sassy, Your post sounds a little bitchy!
As a woman who used to wear a lot of black leather, I know it must have taken quite a lot of effort to get into it! lol
Kim Wilde is in her 40's and I tell you I thought she looked fantastic and I'm 100% hetrosexual. My main point is this, I am 23 years old, I am 5'10" and I am also pregnant (with a big belly) my body having not quite recovered from the birth of my first child 9 months ago! I would give anything to look like Kim Wilde, a woman old enough to be my mother, right now!

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#7024 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 04:08:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Oh and i's like to add... the photos on the link don't do her justice, the most recent are a year old and her tits were not hanging out, the outfit was a halterneck!

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#7025 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 04:31:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Now that Kim's into gardening, I think we should discuss openly her gorgeous melons .... eek eek

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#7026 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 04:37:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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She's still attractive, but I prefer the older pics... :rolleyes: .
......You know, I'm not very old yet <img border="0" alt="[The Finger]" title="" src="graemlins/thefinger.gif" /> .

What a guitar did Midge play? The last performance I have seen he used a Strat or Strat-like guitar (maybe the one that can be (hardly) seen in the BandAid20 videoclip?).

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#7027 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 17:44:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Sassy, Your post sounds a little bitchy!
As a woman who used to wear a lot of black leather, I know it must have taken quite a lot of effort to get into it! lol
Kim Wilde is in her 40's and I tell you I thought she looked fantastic and I'm 100% hetrosexual. My main point is this, I am 23 years old, I am 5'10" and I am also pregnant (with a big belly) my body having not quite recovered from the birth of my first child 9 months ago! I would give anything to look like Kim Wilde, a woman old enough to be my mother, right now!
Now see I knew I would end up taking a verbal bashing.

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#7028 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 19:39:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Ya walked into that one didn't ya Sassy wink

Hey, lets hope Kim taks a leaf outa Charley Dimmox book and flashes dem nipples off during a gardening programme o' hers lmao

Come on Sass, less o' the green eyed monster eh wink

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#7029 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 21:59:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Hiya,

Midge was playing his yamaha sg, not sure the exact model, but he does play it at every band gig, and the occasional solo outing too. I dont know about guitars but it is a beautiful piece of kit!

cheers

dm!

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#7030 - Sat, 18 Dec 2004 22:04:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Ya walked into that one didn't ya Sassy wink
Come on Sass, less o' the green eyed monster eh wink
Conny I am not jealous of Kim Wilde, I look great in and out of black leather, she cant say the same I am sure. Just ask Sleepy bemused

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#7031 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 00:11:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Conny I am not jealous of Kim Wilde, I look great in and out of black leather, she cant say the same I am sure. Just ask Sleepy
Is anybody else getting bored with this?

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#7032 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 00:15:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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The Kim Wilde thing? The Sassy fancying herself rotten thing? or The Sassy and Sleepy thing?

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#7033 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 00:50:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Well, personally, I'm not getting bored with it me'sel. There doesn't seem to be a great deal happening on the forum lately.....mebeez the forum lads n' lasses are out deein' krimmy shoppin' these days. So, if Sassy wants ti hev a bit flirt wi' Sleepy....well.......just let them eh. Am just waitin' in the wings for my turn wink [wi' Sassy, not Sleepy laugh ]

It's all a bit harmless fun man....

Roll on Edinburgh '05 wink

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#7034 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 02:20:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Oh btw Phil.... Has anyone ever told you that you really look like Richard Jobson? Are you related?....... "Into the Valleeeee........ ahoy ahoy!"

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#7035 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 02:41:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Is anybody else getting [b]bored with this?[/b]
Know what ya mean Joby...

As far as Kim Wilde is concerned - if she looks that good squeezed into a leather cat suit at her age, then good luck to her. Maybe her thighs/belly are a bit big, but she looks good and she's real, not some pneumatic plastic tart with fake you know whats... There's more to "sexy" than classic good looks and skinny figure.

The 2004 ones look like she needs to buy a bigger size cat suit though... eek

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#7036 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 04:57:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Well... Kim Wilde in that leather outfit in 2003 - Sexy? You must be kidding....

Actually I ever find her that attractive at all. She has no any "edge", if ya know what I mean. But thatīs just my opinion.

And Helen, donīt worry. I know what pragnancy does for women - your time will come. I found my wifeīs big belly (x2) the most beautiful thing on earth. Carry it with pride!!! smile

Cheers, ari

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#7037 - Sun, 19 Dec 2004 05:32:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Cheers Ari, that's really nice of you.... I just miss having curves (in the RIGHT places!) But you have made me smile, much appreciated! Hx

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#7038 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 02:29:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Daz, it's not a Yamaha, it's a Gordon Smith! As as for Midge's rough throat, he'd picked up a vile bug and spent 4 days throwing up!! All now fully recovered and his voice was back on normal form for the last 3 gigs.

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#7039 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 04:58:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Thanks B! Midge seems to use them quite a long time now (wasn't it already a Gordon Smith in "Cold Cold Heart"?).

Maybe this "Strat" in BandAid20 is a Gordon Smith, too?

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#7040 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 05:14:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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You are welcome, Helen, my pleasure... smile

ari

See ya in Edinburgh...

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#7041 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 07:01:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Hey Helen, fear not...you'll be back in dem tight jeans within two weeks of hevvin' ya little 'un.....trust ole piggy wink

PS....When's it due ?

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#7042 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 18:01:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Quote:
Originally posted by Helen:
The Kim Wilde thing? The Sassy fancying herself rotten thing? or The Sassy and Sleepy thing?
On the contrary Helen, I do not fancy myself. And I would think as woman you would find offence in the comments made about Kim Wilde. Afterall the boys seem to only be interested in her black leather and not in whether or not she has any musical talent. If she choses to be remembered for her black leather and not what she is supposedly on stage for then she should quit her day job.

P.S. and just like the rest on here, I am entitled to my opinion.

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#7043 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 20:30:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Och..! Calm Dooooon the lot of yiz! bemused

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#7044 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 20:57:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Och..! Calm Dooooon the lot of yiz! bemused
'bout time you showed up to defend me!!!!!! banghead

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#7045 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:01:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Och calm yer JETS Guinevere!!! eek eek

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#7046 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:03:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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well ... this thread becomes ridiculous by now ... "thanx" to sassy & sleepy !!! *sigh*

can't u do us others a big favor & play your silly games in your "exclusive" threads then , children ??? *indeed_well_pissed_off_by_this_immature_behaviour*

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#7047 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:12:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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bemused

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#7048 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:13:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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well ... this thread becomes ridiculous by now ... "thanx" to sassy & sleepy !!! *sigh*

can't u do us others a big favor & play your silly games in your "exclusive" threads then , children ??? *indeed_well_pissed_off_by_this_immature_behaviour*
Maybe if you all would stay outta our exclusive thread then we would, besides the fact my comment about Kim Wilde that started this was not even directed at Sleepy. You guys need to chill and grow up this is a public formum and life is too short to be serious all the time or let little insignificant things "piss" you off.

P.S. Maybe if you actually read the whole thread you would see that Sleepy has had nothing to do with this until today.

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#7049 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:16:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Here, Here biglaugh

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#7050 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:39:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by MetaMatrix:
sassy wrote :

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that's what actually frightened me !!! eek

but now this whole thread is on its way down the drain as it turns to become another playground for sassy's & sleepy's silly games !!! *sigh*

so GET_THIS_: this ISN'T your private chat room nor is it your private playground - understand !?

if not , i'll report this matter to cerise & rob & let them take care of u !!!

'nuff said for now !!!

over & out !!!
What are you the internet police now. FIRSTLY...there are 38 posts in this thread, 3 of which were sleepy and I commenting to each other...the post is now going down the drain because you decided to open your big mouth... go ahead and report us to Cerise and Rob... if they have a problem I am sure they will discuss it with us... Anyone with half a brain can see that you are making a mountain outta a mole hill. GROW UP!!!!!! NOW NUF SAID!!!!!!!!!

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#7051 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:41:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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eek bemused

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#7052 - Mon, 20 Dec 2004 22:14:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Hey Sleepsta, answer ya bluddy emails man....am waitin for me contract ti dee ya Auld Reekie shots....or has that Ari undercut me wink

AC FANTAYZEE

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#7053 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 00:02:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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What email did you send it to?...checked 'em all & nuthin' squire? bemused

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#7054 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 00:12:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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so GET_THIS_: this ISN'T your private chat room nor is it your private playground - understand !?

if not , i'll report this matter to cerise & rob & let them take care of u !!!
Nor is it your's my friend, you neither moderate, nor decide what can be discussed and what can not.
The forum is a community of diverse people and opinions.
I, for one, do not agree or like some of the opinions and/or posts, neither do I like trawling through consistently off topic posts, but do not threaten to report people for harmless chatter.
Like most of the threads in this forum, there are off-topic comments made, but no worse than any other.
I find your response completely over the top and unjustifiable... Calm down... <img border="0" title="" alt="[Cool]" src="cool.gif" />

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#7055 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 01:16:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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I'm with Mike_L on this one, but would say that when so little moderation seems to take place on here, some people will be bound to get pissed off at the stuff which is off topic or of no interest to anyone apart from the target of the post. Some forums moderate that stuff, some don't. It was never really necessary on here up until the last few months.

Threatening this and that isn't really making that person any better than the targets of his anger though...

If Cerise and Rob choose to let this kind of stuff go on, then you have a simple choice - leave, or stay and try and ignore it. No point in harping on about it as that achieves nothing - they won't stop or go away just because you want them to.

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#7056 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 01:28:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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I've found that the wee green backwardsy arrow thing at the top left of the screen of my computing engine is brilliant at such moments: one gentle press, and I'm transported away to the index page to find something else.

I, too, own some black leather trousers - rather fetching, with laces all up the sides, go splendidly with a tweed jacket and a riding stock. I don't have a real midriff to speak of, my boobs certainly don't hang out all over the place ( Damn those black market hormone tablets! Nothing but chalk after all. ), and I'm not (quite)as old as Kim; and yet still people ask me not to wear them. Life's so bloody unfair.

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#7057 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 01:55:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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...Afterall the boys seem to only be interested in her black leather and not in whether or not she has any musical talent...
Musical talent? Kim Wilde? My opinion:she has none really. If she is ever going to be remembered, itīs only because of "Love Blonde" - image! wink Sad but true. And thatīs why we are still discussing about her (leather outfit), and sheīs doing the best she can to maintain that "Love Blonde" - image.

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#7058 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 01:56:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by CONNY'S PIG:
Hey Sleepsta, answer ya bluddy emails man....am waitin for me contract ti dee ya Auld Reekie shots....or has that Ari undercut me wink

AC FANTAYZEE
I donīt get this CP? confused

ari wink

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#7059 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 02:02:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Musical talent? Kim Wilde? My opinion:she has none really. If she is ever going to be remembered, itīs only because of "Love Blonde" - image! wink Sad but true. And thatīs why we are still discussing about her (leather outfit), and sheīs doing the best she can to maintain that "Love Blonde" - image.
I disagree actually. Yep, she had the blonde bimbo type image, but you show me any female singer who doesn't at least start out with this (alright, discounting Kate Bush - everyone just thought she was mad). It's wrong, but it's true. Yes, her dad and brother wrote most of her songs, but she still had to pull out the delivery and some of her early stuff is cracking.

Oh, and Ari, check your mail, lad...

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#7060 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 02:03:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by Oesterreicher II:

I, too, own some black leather trousers - rather fetching, with laces all up the sides, go splendidly with a tweed jacket and a riding stock. I don't have a real midriff to speak of, my boobs certainly don't hang out all over the place ( Damn those black market hormone tablets! Nothing but chalk after all. ), and I'm not (quite)as old as Kim; and yet still people ask me not to wear them. Life's so bloody unfair.
lmao lmao shock

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#7061 - Tue, 21 Dec 2004 04:07:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Ost... II - exactly what was needed, I think. biglaugh

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