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I am most upset as I have not been invited, and anyways, I'm going to see Tangerine Dream that day, as I have it on good authority that they will have a gig, whenever it may be :roll:

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The girls at work were banging on about that all day. Just couldn't get myself interested to be honest. It was on the telly when I got home, my missus seems to be quite pleased. Don't know why, very unlikely were going to get an invite.



Hey!!! Do you think we might get a day off for it?



....all of a sudden I'm almost interested.

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The girls at work were banging on about that all day. Just couldn't get myself interested to be honest. It was on the telly when I got home, my missus seems to be quite pleased. Don't know why, very unlikely were going to get an invite.



Hey!!! Do you think we might get a day off for it?



....all of a sudden I'm almost interested.

I can't believe how much it's dominating the news already - extended programmes and changed schedules already... :roll: :roll:

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Long Live Freedom, down with the YOKE of Tyranny, Death to Big Brother


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11827862


The germans value their FREEDOM from Google's hegemonic total CONTROL of the idea of the FREE world wide web internet. I am outraged that we have allowed these geeks to invade privacy (and I was a IT geek for many ears) through their peddling of 'information' and the 'open' ness of information on the net. The BM household is not on google street view as his house is in NORTH KOREA :twisted:

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In England, the pension age is to rise to 66, public sector cuts, half a million job losses, a decimated defence budget, welfare cuts.........and what do we do? We watch X factor buy celebrity mags, dribble about that waste of space Rooney, get pi$$ed on cheap booze, drool over plastic titted wimmin, and moan and whinge and do eff all.


:twisted: Don't diss da X :wink:

On the new TD CD we will hear of course:

Hallelujah - a cover of X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke's single
Everybody Hurts - a cover of the X-Factor charity single for the Haiti earthquake
Heroes - a cover of the X-Factor charity single for Help For Heroes

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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
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In England, the pension age is to rise to 66, public sector cuts, half a million job losses, a decimated defence budget, welfare cuts.........and what do we do? We watch X factor buy celebrity mags, dribble about that waste of space Rooney, get pi$$ed on cheap booze, drool over plastic titted wimmin, and moan and whinge and do eff all.


:twisted: Don't diss da X :wink:

On the new TD CD we will hear of course:

Hallelujah - a cover of X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke's single
Everybody Hurts - a cover of the X-Factor charity single for the Haiti earthquake
Heroes - a cover of the X-Factor charity single for Help For Heroes

:twisted: :lol: :twisted:



well but those were cover versions anyway. cover versions are lazy and lack any skill or imagination from the artist. a sell out of your soul. but I am looking forward to the TD cover album :oops: :lol:


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Me too. Already ordered from E@stgate (hopefully in the 1st 200 to get the bonus freebies)

They should arrive just in time for christmas (post services permitting).

I already warned my wife to look out for a package from Germany and
to open it and wrap them up for Christmas presents for me.
So I'll have to wait a few days longer than everyone else who receives them, before I get to hear the goodies.

I will be checking back here regularly however to see what everyone on the forum thinks.
I expect it will be the usual mixed bag of reviews - "best thing they've ever done" / "worst thing they've ever done" :roll:


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T4N63R1N3 DR34M wrote:
Me too. Already ordered from E@stgate (hopefully in the 1st 200 to get the bonus freebies)

They should arrive just in time for christmas (post services permitting).

I already warned my wife to look out for a package from Germany and
to open it and wrap them up for Christmas presents for me.
So I'll have to wait a few days longer than everyone else who receives them, before I get to hear the goodies.

I will be checking back here regularly however to see what everyone on the forum thinks.
I expect it will be the usual mixed bag of reviews - "best thing they've ever done" / "worst thing they've ever done" :roll:



yeh I think your right. I am not keen on some of the tracks that are covered so I will be surprised if I will like them just because its a TD cover. there are a few I am really looking forwrd to though and I love the vocals of Chris.H so all in all I am looking forward to it


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bigmoog wrote:
Long Live Freedom, down with the YOKE of Tyranny, Death to Big Brother


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11827862


The germans value their FREEDOM from Google's hegemonic total CONTROL of the idea of the FREE world wide web internet. I am outraged that we have allowed these geeks to invade privacy (and I was a IT geek for many ears) through their peddling of 'information' and the 'open' ness of information on the net. The BM household is not on google street view as his house is in NORTH KOREA :twisted:


Bloody disgrace, I find it sickening when humans sell out their own species to a corporation. :evil:

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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20101126/tu ... 23e80.html


I was going to make a tasteless joke but I wont.


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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20101126/tuk-turkey-tycoon-bernard-matthews-dies-6323e80.html


I was going to make a tasteless joke but I wont.



Oh go on :twisted:

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sack 'em all and get the unemployed and students to drive thee trains, how hard can it be...


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11855731


dailymail Moog :P :twisted: :P

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This has been giving me the giggles all day after I read about it in the news paper:

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/t ... 5962735887

I want to see her plant a flag on it.

Bless her she only wants to keep 10% for herself.

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30 years since the death of a music legend. R-I-P John Lennon.

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30 years since the death of a music legend. R-I-P John Lennon.


I know where I was when I heard the news and how I reacted, which is not how I would've reacted to the news if it had happened today. :oops:

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