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#7112 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 07:43:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Did I mention we're all supposed to be adults on here?! confused2

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#7113 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 08:27:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Sorry shocked

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#7114 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 08:56:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by Helen:
Believe it or not, I tend not to do nasty or bitchy, I just speak as I find!
New here...and you all sound like a bunch of b*tches in heat...thought this was a forum about music...as for Kim Wilde...she IS past her prime... and she couldn't sing then or now...but who's keeping score!! This of course is my opinion...seeing as you all seem to be good at giving yours yuk

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#7115 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:22:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Yip...She canny sing or dance, she never could, but that's just my opinion....LOL lmao

I'd still gee 'er wan efter 10 pints o Kronnie though....or 20 maybe!!! nutjob

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#7116 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:25:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Quote:
Originally posted by Sam:
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Originally posted by sassy:
[b]
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Originally posted by MetaMatrix:
[QB]
if sassy , sleepy & also cerise & rob think that it's okay for them , when i still stay & also post here in the forum , then i'll continue to do this , but otherwise i could also understand it very well , if they're simply too pissed off by me & my unreasonable behaviour & want me to quit instead !!!
Thank you for your apologies, I have to admit I didnt see some of the posts which were deleted, but I did hear about them. It is over
ow, and I am sorry to hear you are having such hard time it. I do hope that 2005 is a better one for you. May the joy of the season bring warmth to your heart and make things seem brighter for you.
Please do not feel you have to leave on my account.
No one in their right mind would do anything on your account dearie............... yuk [/b]
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#7117 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:25:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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[b]No one in their right mind would do anything on your account dearie............... yuk
Awww did I upset your wee friend, so you have to be childish enough have a go at me.[/b]
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#7118 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:25:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Yip...She canny sing or dance, she never could, but that's just my opinion....LOL lmao

I'd still gee 'er wan efter 10 pints o Kronnie though....or 20 maybe!!! nutjob
Personally Sleepwalker...I would rather have a round or two with your Sassy girl...sorry dont mean to be out of line...but Kim Wilde has nothing on that sweet thang you got there smile

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#7119 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:27:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Aye yer right there mate, but you need to ask her matey not me...'JUST GOOD PALS' lurve lurve lurve

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#7120 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:28:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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[b]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.
Sassy,
I was only replying to the entry you had posted! No- where in your nasty, bitchy comment was there any mention of Kim Wilde's musical talent! The only thing you mentioned was how bad she looked in leather. And no I do not find the guys comments offensive, because I am not trying to compete for their attention..... I am perfectly happy in a long term stable relationship. I would only be offended, as you clearly are, by the comments if I thought the guys paying attention to Kim Wilde would take attention from me! Guess someone is a little jealous and insecure?[/b]
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#7121 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:28:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Aye yer right there mate, but you need to ask her matey not me...'JUST GOOD PALS' lurve lurve lurve
Sorry...guess I got the wrong end of the stick...thought you two were an item...will have to try some sweet talkin there then smile

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#7122 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:31:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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DINNAE PUSH YER LUCK BOY!!!!...LOL lmao wink

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#7123 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:33:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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DINNAE PUSH YER LUCK BOY!!!!...LOL lmao wink
??? you said you two werent an item??? either you are just "mates" or something more...in which case what is wrong with me pushing my luck??

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#7124 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:34:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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She's my sister!!! bemused

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#7125 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:35:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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She's my sister!!! bemused
Your sister?? well I am a nice american fella...does she like drummers?? I can be a complete gentleman honest

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#7126 - Thu, 23 Dec 2004 16:08:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Oh, this ist certainly one very entertaining thread isn't it?
Just like my colleauges at work here:
"Hey, you f++++bastard, you should work, not post!"
"Shut up genetic error"
"humanoide waste of biological material"
...
... and so on.
Then everyone knows, we're feeling fine and we'l be having fun:-) banghead
It's stupid i know, but fun.

Merry Christmas from Germany
Ralf

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#7127 - Fri, 24 Dec 2004 04:33:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by sassy:
Think you better get sleepy's permission for that hun!!!
Whoever sleepy is, he / she / it cannot possibly object to a tastefully-posed reconstruction of one of the scenes with the dancer in 'Visions in Blue'.

Featuring you rather than me, I hasten to add.

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#7128 - Fri, 24 Dec 2004 19:56:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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What great idea!!! nervouslaugh eek nervouslaugh

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#7129 - Mon, 27 Dec 2004 07:36:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by sassy:
[b]Think you better get sleepy's permission for that hun!!!
Whoever sleepy is, he / she / it cannot possibly object to a tastefully-posed reconstruction of one of the scenes with the dancer in 'Visions in Blue'.

Featuring you rather than me, I hasten to add.[/b]
Red...meet Sleepwalker (Sleepy)...Sleepy meet Red...there you go now you know who he is Red wink smile

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#7130 - Mon, 27 Dec 2004 21:05:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Stay off the mulled wine ya maddy nutjob

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#7131 - Mon, 27 Dec 2004 23:37:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by Helen:
Oh btw Phil.... Has anyone ever told you that you really look like Richard Jobson? Are you related?....... "Into the Valleeeee........ ahoy ahoy!"
laugh ?

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#7132 - Tue, 28 Dec 2004 01:03:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Hells bells, Jobson was a decent lookin' bloke.........surely there must be some kind of mistake wink

ALBERT TATLOCK, ALBERT TATLOCK..... biglaugh

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#7133 - Tue, 28 Dec 2004 08:41:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Red...meet Sleepwalker (Sleepy)...Sleepy meet Red...there you go now you know who he is Red wink smile
Er, whatever.

So do you or do you not look better in leather than Kim does?

If not, discussion over. If yes, post the proof. Come on, you know you want to.

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#7134 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 07:29:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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One more thing about Kim Wilde. I had this stupid fight (as we always do) with my wife today, is she american or english? banghead

Anyone?

Iīll preveal me side... wink

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#7135 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 07:55:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Originally posted by ari:
One more thing about Kim Wilde. I had this stupid fight (as we always do) with my wife today, is she american or english? banghead

Anyone?

Iīll preveal me side... wink
English.

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#7136 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 08:19:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Aye, def. English!
So do you win Ari?

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#7137 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 15:46:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Oh.... I Iost. This time confused Where the h..l I got this idea she is american. Itīs not because of the song "Wild Kids..."

Well, but this another "fight" of us if hilarious. We were arquing (almost heavy way) about "where man kills first, if he is in the airlock without space suit, and all of the sudden outer doors open". laugh

My wife said he lives a bit, and dies because of the total loss of oxygen. I said he dies before that because of the missing air pressure, and he explodes to parts. (I didnīt know why this happens...)

What an fight....

In our main newspaper "Helsingin Sanomat" (Helsinki News) sunday issue holds this half page for readersīs weird questions, and their dig the answers.
My dear wife sent our "fight" to them, and their chose this one for publish.

My fife asked: "Dear all knowing Kirsti. We had this argument with my husband about.... .... My husbund always thinks heīs right. Please donīt let him be right this time"

All knowing Kirsti answered: "Dear Asta (my wife) I am so sorry, but you husband is very right about this...." laugh
The reason why you die in such situation is basicly, you blood (and body liquids) starts to boil in that instant second (you you kind of "explodes"), when the outer airlock doors opens. That happens because of the lack of airpressure. Humans water stays stedy only in the condition of right airpressure, like on earth.
There is no time to suffocate"
, she said...

I was pretty close. wink You see, watching science fiction films is not time wasted, they can be very educating as well lmao

Cheers, ari

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#7138 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 17:23:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Itīs not because of the song "Wild Kids..."
"Wild kids..." which one's that then?

She only recorded one called "Kids in America" as far as I know wink

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#7139 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 20:51:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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i'm quite sure that ari also means "kids in america" , because the chorus line goes "we're the kids ... we're the kids in america" ... & he probably misheared it as "wild kids ..." instead - am i right ari !? wink

anyway ... c u ! smile

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#7140 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 20:54:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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Yeah MetaMatrix... You are absulutely right!
But I think 1.outside knew that as well wink

Cheers, ari laugh

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#7141 - Mon, 10 Jan 2005 23:07:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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ROFLMAO@ Ari, It's good to know that you and your argue over such intellectual things! I usually argue over money (lack of) or who's changing the next nappy!!!!!! lmao biglaugh

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#7142 - Tue, 11 Jan 2005 07:00:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by leggylady:
<strong>I usually argue over money (lack of) or who's changing the next nappy!!!!!! lmao lmao

Good Night Folks, itīs over 1 am here, and have to wake up early... - ...suprise, to PHOTOGRAPH!!! wink

ari zzzzz

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#7143 - Thu, 13 Jan 2005 06:40:00 Re: Here and Now, Manchester 15/12/04
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That happens because of the lack of airpressure. Humans water stays stedy only in the condition of right airpressure, like on earth.
There is no time to suffocate"[/i]
It's the same reason that water "boils" up at the top of the highest mountains at a lower temperature than at sea level. The conversion from the liquid to the gaseous state requires that molecules break away from the bulk of the liquid, which requires energy. This tendency is opposed by the action of molecules in the gas bearing down on the liquid surface, the energy given to the molecules of liquid helping them to overcome this. At lower air pressure, there's less opposition form air molecules so less energy is required to break away to the gas state. Take away all air pressure and, as you say, things just fly apart, liquids turn to vapour and gas. It's a bit like fighting against the crowd on a station platform: the fewer people in the way, pushing against you, the less energy you expend in getting to the train.

I'bve been drinking cheap beer, this might all be rubbish.

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