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    Glinn Tilbrook - Squeeze

    Listening to a bit of Squeeze now, saw them at the Echo arena last year, fucking great. OEfVxJ6ngy0 3WngGeI9lnA
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    Execution Methods

    I would happily help with that.
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    Execution Methods

    I was thinking that, but getting shot in the throat for example and not dying straight away put me off.
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    The Shield

    Got the complete series 1-7 boxset for Christmas, along with the Sopranos one, and just got round to watching it again now. Anyway, watching a series one episode last night and me bird is on the couch next to me on facebook on the laptop. Scene comes on where Mackey kicks shit out of this fella and she looks up, watches said scene and says " he reminds me of Ross Kemp" Thing is, I'm meant to be getting married to her in September; but how can I after this?
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    Sad songs..

    Don't know if this should be in this thread or the haunting music one, but anyway... The theme tune off twin peaks. Sad shit. 7oDuGN6K3VQ
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    Abnormalities

    I have a mate who has got webbed feet, four nipples and an outty belly button. Any advances on that?
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    Abnormalities

    He is from Wavertree! I am sure there is something else wrong with him as well; but can't think what it is. Will check with him and report back later.
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    Killer Flu...

    Mexico has an estimated population of 111 million. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexico And a few hundred died of it? Most of the people I read about who died had underlying illnesses and didn't necessarily die of Swine flu alone. A lot more people die each year of common flu.
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    Walton MP Peter Kilfoyle

    Tomlinson bought a jigsaw from my shop a few years ago and asked for ' the cheapest one you've got because it's only going to my caravan' then bought a £10 piece of shite jigsaw. He then went to the furniture shop next door and started moaning at his wife because she was looking at the expensive sofas. He also appeared to be about 5 foot 2. Not that this adds anything to the debate, just thought I would share.
  10. Metropolitan Police Commander Ali Dizaei has been sentenced to four years for assaulting and falsely arresting a man in a dispute over £600. Southwark Crown Court was told Waad Al-Baghdadi was arrested by Dizaei in a row over work on the officer's website. Dizaei, 47, was convicted of both misconduct in a public office and perverting the course of justice. Prosecutor Peter Wright QC said he was guilty of a "wholesale abuse of power" motivated by self-interest and pride. Dizaei was ordered to spend two years in prison and two years on licence. Mr Justice Simon said the sentence included a deterrent element "to send a clear message that police officers of whatever rank are not above the law". The judge told Dizaei: "You knew how the system worked and you thought you would never be discovered. "You crossed that line and now stand convicted of these offences." Speaking after the trial, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson said: "It is extremely disappointing and concerning that this very senior officer has been found guilty of abusing his position and power. Mr Al-Baghdadi wanted payment for working on the officer's website "He has breached that trust and damaged not only his own reputation but that of the entire police service." Speaking outside court, Gaon Hart, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said: "Mr Dizaei's corruption, which would have been deplorable in any police officer, was all the more so given his position as a highly-ranked police commander. "The public should have confidence that we will pursue anyone, regardless of their position, where there is evidence that they have committed serious offences of corruption." The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said "criminals in uniform like Dizaei" were the greatest threat to the reputation of the police. The dispute between the men came to a head when Mr Al-Baghdadi, 24, demanded payment from Britain's most senior Asian officer for work on his personal website, alidizaei.com. Dizaei and Mr Al-Baghdadi at a police station Mr Al-Baghdadi, an Iraqi national who has lived in the UK since 2003, told the court he confronted the police officer after seeing him drunk and dancing at the Persian Yas restaurant in Kensington, west London, in July 2008. Dizaei then produced handcuffs and arrested him. A police doctor told the court that injuries Dizaei claimed had been caused by Mr Al-Baghdadi were probably self-inflicted. The court also heard that Dizaei, who had a 24-year police career in the UK, claimed to have received threatening voicemails and text messages from Mr Al-Baghdadi before the incident, but had "accidentally" deleted them. Mr Al-Baghdadi said he was left "scared" and "shocked" after the incident. During the trial he likened the "bully" Dizaei to the movie gangster Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino in the film Scarface. Mr Wright said once Dizaei realised inconsistencies in his account had been uncovered by detectives he attempted to get the case dropped. CPS spokesman Gaon Hart: "Dizaei abused his position as a senior police officer" Dizaei is a former president of the Metropolitan Black Police Association. He had emerged unscathed from a series of earlier inquiries, including a multimillion-pound undercover operation examining claims of corruption, fraud and dishonesty. He has been suspended on full pay since September 2008, but now stands to be sacked from the Metropolitan Police. Responding to the verdict, Nick Hardwick of the IPCC said: "He [Dizaei] went on to lie about what had happened and, if he had been successful, Mr Al-Baghdadi may have been sent to prison. "Dizaei behaved like a bully and the only way to deal with bullies is to stand up to them. "Corruption comes in many forms and remains a threat to the police service. It requires constant vigilance to fight it." Last November Dizaei was cleared of misusing his corporate credit card. He had been accused of spending more than £5,000 on clothes and perfume during a trip to the US but an inquiry by Dorset Chief Constable Martin Baker found no evidence of wrongdoing. What a cunt.
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    The Courteeners

    I got dragged along by my mates, but to be fair they aren't as bad as some make out. Don't see how anyone can argue that they haven't got progressively worse though. First album was good, after that, apart from the odd track, they aren't up to much.
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    The Courteeners

    I went to see the Stereophonics on their greatest hits tour year before last in the Echo arena, and the Courteeners were supporting them! I had 6 pints before I went in and another 6 pint bottles of Carling when I was in there and from what I remember I enjoyed it. Though I can't say for certain whether that was because of the music or the alcohol.
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    Met Commander Ali Dizaei jailed for corruption

    Disgraced police commander Ali Dizaei has excrement poured over his head in violent prison attack - mirror.co.uk Disgraced police commander Ali Dizaei was knocked out and had excrement poured over his head in a violent prison attack. The former Met chief, 47, was jumped from behind by inmates in a CCTV blindspot on one of the landings. The assault has left the corrupt officer terrified as it came just three days after he was transferred from another jail over attack fears. Dizaei has now been secluded for his safety. A prison source said: "An inmate came up behind him and dumped a bucket of s*** over his head. As he was wiping it off he was punched square in the face and knocked out. Everyone feared Ali would be targeted by other prisoners. But this was a deeply unpleasant attack and he is terrified." The assault was on Monday evening at the part-open Category C Edmunds Hill - where Boy George served time. The 379-inmate prison, near Newmarket, Suffolk, houses no lifers so it was deemed safe for Dizaei. The ex-Scotland Yard officer was moved there on Friday after spending 11 days of a four-year term for misconduct and perverting justice at tough Wandsworth. He was being held in solitary there. Dizaei - Britain's most high-profile Asian policeman - was jailed at London's Southwark crown court earlier this month after a jury heard he tried to frame web designer Waad al-Baghdadi in a row over a £600 debt. Branded a criminal in uniform, he is the most senior officer to be jailed in 33 years.
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    Falklands: Should we stay or leave?

    What are peoples views on the latest developments? I see Chavez is calling on the queen to give the islands back now! I think Section sums up my view in the quote below.
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    Should we deliberately lose to Chelsea?

    We should be the most successful club in England because we have won more than anyone else, not because we let ourselves get beat to stop another team overtaking us. I can't ever imagine wanting Chelsea to beat us, it should be against the nature of any Liverpool fan. Also, will people stop calling for threads to be deleted? If you don't like it don't read it. Threads like this serve a purpose; it helps confirm who the forum mongs are!
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    I'm a loser and i need lass help.....

    Have anonymous suprise sex with her, then carry on being friends. Best of both worlds. As Errol Brown would say, everyone's a winner. ( possibly except her )
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    Unirea Urziceni (h) 18th Feb

    I would rather you were sitting in this :
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    Unirea Urziceni (h) 18th Feb

    So what has that got to do with the match thread on here? No one is arsed about RAWK.
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    Who works for the CRB?

    Bad luck Mick, keep your chin up mate, I'm sure something will turn up. The CRB seem a bit of a joke tbh, people overqualified not even getting an interview, giving me the job then no start date 10 months later, why even interview people last year then? Why not wait until they know they have got the space to accomodate the people who get the jobs. It might be better for you in the long run, I've had enough waiting now; I am starting to apply for other jobs.
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    Who works for the CRB?

    If you get an interview WW, PM me and I'll try and give you a few tips from my interview and let you know what to expect. Good luck. I still haven't got a start date, nearly ten months now!!
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    Met Commander Ali Dizaei jailed for corruption

    No, I don't. Most LEGAL immigrants who come here work, and are not eligible for benefits. So they support themselves. Illegal immigrants, are here illegally obviously, and don't claim benefits as they are not eligible. Asylum seekers get benefits, but not anything like what you are making out. Their case gets processed to see if they can stay here, and if they can stay here I don't see any difference between giving them benefits or giving English people benefits. Most foreigners here do live a legal lifestyle, theres quite a few on this forum living here from the USA and Canada etc... contributing to the economy. Who exactly is it that you have a problem with?
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    Met Commander Ali Dizaei jailed for corruption

    Course I am. What part do you disagree with? You would rather your taxes went to paying for scum who can't be arsed working just because they happen to be born in the same country as you, but you don't want your taxes paying for refugees who have escaped from a warzone because they aren't English?
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    Met Commander Ali Dizaei jailed for corruption

    Mate, just because some black or asian people play the race card doesn't mean fuck all really. Some people are cunts, nothing new there. I hope I am wrong but you seem to be saying you are sick of minority people saying they are being persecuted because of the colour of their skin. What if they ARE getting abuse for being black or asian? Do you want them to keep their mouths shut incase it upsets people? As for your last paragraph, I don't think it is a 'fact' at all. Sounds like Dailly mail shite to me. But say it was true, I would rather my taxes went to paying for accomodation for a family that has escaped say Iran in fear of their lives, than Joe Mcsmackrat and his 4 kids who can't be arsed getting a job.
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    Met Commander Ali Dizaei jailed for corruption

    And you know 'they' do this how? It would appear that a lot of our police forces are under represented by ethnic minorities and that a lot of ethnic minorities in the police force face racism by their fellow officers. The person this thread is about is a case in point that you can be an ethnic minority and be corrupt, but so what? You can be white and be corrupt. Maybe Ali Dizaei did play the race card, but what do you want to happen when a black or asian officer faces racism, not complain?
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