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Post  Ciggy on Wed May 26, 2010 10:31 am

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Billy Ruben wrote:How did he handle driving on the correct side of the road for once lol!

Just like I did in Japan. cpn


Lily Allen just invited you back,must've made an impression,oh well,get your balls scanned she's shouting the beer,a clear incentive I must say old chap.

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Post  Billy Ruben on Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:42 pm

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Billy Ruben wrote:How did he handle driving on the correct side of the road for once lol!

Just like I did in Japan. cpn


Lily Allen just invited you back,must've made an impression,oh well,get your balls scanned she's shouting the beer,a clear incentive I must say old chap.

She's after me wonga.


Wish I had eager groupies like that,soooooooo,are you a modern couple,like to swing a bit?Hell,you better get Sod,to open a singles and meeting sub-forum,Kia's my favourite Gal Pal here at the moment,although,Uckingfuglyfug,has offered me some mutual masturbation initiation rites here,hmmm thinking hmm ,that's a bit Skull and Bones kinda style,wow,do I have to tie a red ribbon around my dick,masturbate and recall all my sexual experiences?Dolly the sheep,God she was good,"Baaaaaaah".

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Post  Billy Ruben on Tue Jun 01, 2010 1:01 pm

Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! wrote:Reptillians...



Reptillians In Alien Masks Who Live In Deep Underground Bases,

And Claim They Were Are The Rightful Owners Of The Land,
With A Peace Treaty And Hostage Situation Being Brokered By The Docktor,

Hmmmn... I Reckon David Icke Shoud Start Wrighting For This Series,
Instead Of Nicking Their Ideas...!!!


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Kallista,
get it right,Icke,'borrows' and just forgets to credit other researchers.For example,the phrase,Problem,Reaction,Solution,which was originally coined by Hegal,a 19th Century,German philosopher.My major bone to pick with Icke,is exactly this example.
You see,this is how kharma works,he stole,now,BBC steal off Icke and make much more money...Kerching!!!,double Kharma,payback,What BBc's kharma?...I don't know,doing Britonized version of "Friends" or "Everybody loves (in my case,HATES) Raymond",moronic American sitcoms,cause they exhausted themselves on conspiratainment.

...Back to the Who,yeah,that bit,with reptilians wearing masks,Icke's the only one to mention,reppies hide behind Grey/Zeta Reticuluns facades.That was very interesting.A fair episode,not great,but interesting.The peace treaty,another interesting factor,one that the reppies have broken more than once.I'll have to check,who was the writer of this particular episode,very well versed in Reptilian folklore/legend.
Still,just glad the old series is still running,but nothing has topped the "11th Hour" episode,that introduces Amelia Pond,as a little girl,and the crack on her wall...loved it.

Question:Do you think,Rory will be back?...I say no,actually.His memories,have already been erased,from Amy's mind,but that piece of shrapnel
the Doctor found in the crack,a piece of the Tardis,did you shiver,like I did...Love good sci-fi,that has that effect,you still know if you're alive.
Tchus.

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Re: Dr Who Aired Episodes...

Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Sun Jun 06, 2010 4:39 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:

Question:Do you think,Rory will be back?...I say no,actually.His memories,have already been erased,from Amy's mind,but that piece of shrapnel
the Doctor found in the crack,a piece of the Tardis,did you shiver,like I did...Love good sci-fi,that has that effect,you still know if you're alive.
Tchus.

Yes He Will Be Back...

I 'm A Big Fan Of Jasper Fforde,

And I Know How Plot Twists Work...




The Vincent Van Gogh Episode Tonight Was Brilliant...!!!

They Really Transported You Into Van Goch's World...

And When They Took Him Foreward In Time To The Louvre In Paris...


Magnificent...!!!


I Remember An Interview With Kirk Douglas And John Wayne...

When John Wayne Said To Kirk Douglas...

How Could You Play Such A "Fag" As Van Gogh...

Kirk Said Back To Him....

"It's Called Acting ,Luv"

Or Someting....

Anyway The Beauty Of Van Gogh Was Not In His Paintings,
But In His Letters To His Brother Theo,...!!!




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Re: Dr Who Aired Episodes...

Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Sun Jun 06, 2010 5:53 pm



Letter from Vincent van Gogh

London, 2 July 1873

[Letter to The Van Stockum - Haanebeek family; the envelope is addressed to W. J. van Stockum, Esq., Varkensmarkt, The Hague.]

Dear friends,

I should have liked to write sooner, and now I will not postpone it any longer.
How are you? I heard that your house has been smartened up, and that all is well with you.
I hope very much you will drop me a line when you have a moment to spare.

All is well with me.
I see much that is new and beautiful, and have been fortunate in finding a good boardinghouse, so that on the whole I feel quite at home already.
Yet I do not forget The Hague, and should very, very much like to spend an evening in the Poten, and look in on you, too.

The business here is only a stockroom, and our work is quite different from what it is in The Hague; but I shall probably get used to it.
At six o'clock my work is already done for the day, so that I have a nice bit of time for myself, which I spend pleasantly - taking walks, reading and letter writing.

The neighbourhood where I live is quite beautiful, and so quiet and intimate that you almost forget you are in London.
In front of every house there is a small garden with flowers or a few trees, and many houses are built very tastefully in a sort of Gothic style.
Still, I have a good half-hour's walk to get to the country.

We have a piano in the sitting room, and there are also three Germans living here who are very fond of music, which is very pleasant.

One of the finest sights I have seen is Rotten Row in Hyde Park, where hundreds of ladies and gentlemen ride on horseback.

In all parts of the town there are beautiful parks with a wealth of flowers such as I have never seen anywhere else.

Enclosed I am sending you a copy of a poem by Van Beers, which you possibly do not know.
Our Elisabeth copied it for me on my last evening in Helvoirt because she knew I thought so much of it.
It is genuine Brabant: I thought you would read it with pleasure, and therefore I copied it for you.

It was very considerate of your sister Marie to send me the announcement.
I long to hear something of the wedding, and I congratulate you all.

Will you kindly let me have a list of your birthdays some time?
I did have one, but lost it.

And now good-by; remember me to everybody in the Poten, and good luck to you all.
Excuse the bad handwriting; it is late and time to go to bed.

Sleep well.

Vincent

THE EVENING HOUR

The toll of the curfew calling to prayer resounded lazily across the fields,
Which blissfully lay bathed in the gold of the evening sun.
Right in front of him lay the village, with hills to the north and to the south,
between whose ridges the sun, sinking in the west with a crimson blush,
poured forth its whole wealth of colours and the magic of its rays.
Now the little bell in the grey steeple veiled in dark green
was silent. The brown sails of the mills, on yonder height,
hung motionless; the foliage was still; and over the cottages
little puffs of peat-smoke, tinged with blue, rose so straight
from the chimneys that they too seemed to hang motionless in the tingling air.
After the sun's good night kiss it was as if this hamlet, this field, these hills,
everything around, silent and grateful, once more recalled
the richness and peace they had enjoyed,
before wrapping themselves in the cloak of evening dew to sleep.


Farther on.but just beside the narrow footpath
followed by the Painter, the sudden loud peal of cheering met his ears.
Swaying to and fro, a wagon came rumbling toward him,
piled high with the harvest of buckwheat.
Horse and freight were decked with fluttering ribbons and flowering branches;
children, each with a wreath of flowers around his little flaxen head,
sat atop it, brandishing alder twigs,
or raining down a shower of leaves and flowers,
whilst below, around the wagon, a crowd of servant lads and lasses
leaped and sang, so as to startle the whole slumbering plain.
Behind the shrubs, the silently smiling Painter watched
the noisy throng wind its way along the bumpy road.
And thus, pondering the calm and deep delight the soul
savours in the country, or with his artist's mind reconstructing
in silent rapture the whole glorious scene of a short while ago,
he came, without perceiving it himself, sauntering into the hamlet.
In the west the purple and yellow had already faded to grey;
and in the east, quite close to the little church, the full copper-coloured
disk of the moon, lightly shrouded in the haze of the gloaming, had risen
when he entered "The Swan," the inn where he was lodging.

- Jan Van Beers, "The Pauper"


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Re: Dr Who Aired Episodes...

Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Sun Jun 06, 2010 6:12 pm

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THE EVENING HOUR

The toll of the curfew calling to prayer resounded lazily across the fields,
Which blissfully lay bathed in the gold of the evening sun.
Right in front of him lay the village, with hills to the north and to the south,
between whose ridges the sun, sinking in the west with a crimson blush,
poured forth its whole wealth of colours and the magic of its rays.
Now the little bell in the grey steeple veiled in dark green
was silent. The brown sails of the mills, on yonder height,
hung motionless; the foliage was still; and over the cottages
little puffs of peat-smoke, tinged with blue, rose so straight
from the chimneys that they too seemed to hang motionless in the tingling air.
After the sun's good night kiss it was as if this hamlet, this field, these hills,
everything around, silent and grateful, once more recalled
the richness and peace they had enjoyed,
before wrapping themselves in the cloak of evening dew to sleep.


Farther on.but just beside the narrow footpath
followed by the Painter, the sudden loud peal of cheering met his ears.
Swaying to and fro, a wagon came rumbling toward him,
piled high with the harvest of buckwheat.
Horse and freight were decked with fluttering ribbons and flowering branches;
children, each with a wreath of flowers around his little flaxen head,
sat atop it, brandishing alder twigs,
or raining down a shower of leaves and flowers,
whilst below, around the wagon, a crowd of servant lads and lasses
leaped and sang, so as to startle the whole slumbering plain.
Behind the shrubs, the silently smiling Painter watched
the noisy throng wind its way along the bumpy road.
And thus, pondering the calm and deep delight the soul
savours in the country, or with his artist's mind reconstructing
in silent rapture the whole glorious scene of a short while ago,
he came, without perceiving it himself, sauntering into the hamlet.
In the west the purple and yellow had already faded to grey;
and in the east, quite close to the little church, the full copper-coloured
disk of the moon, lightly shrouded in the haze of the gloaming, had risen
when he entered "The Swan," the inn where he was lodging.

- Jan Van Beers, "The Pauper"


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Re: Dr Who Aired Episodes...

Post  Billy Ruben on Tue Jun 29, 2010 11:36 pm

Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:

Question:Do you think,Rory will be back?...I say no,actually.His memories,have already been erased,from Amy's mind,but that piece of shrapnel
the Doctor found in the crack,a piece of the Tardis,did you shiver,like I did...Love good sci-fi,that has that effect,you still know if you're alive.
Tchus.

Yes He Will Be Back...

I 'm A Big Fan Of Jasper Fforde,

And I Know How Plot Twists Work...




The Vincent Van Gogh Episode Tonight Was Brilliant...!!!

They Really Transported You Into Van Goch's World...

And When They Took Him Foreward In Time To The Louvre In Paris...


Magnificent...!!!


I Remember An Interview With Kirk Douglas And John Wayne...

When John Wayne Said To Kirk Douglas...

How Could You Play Such A "Fag" As Van Gogh...

Kirk Said Back To Him....

"It's Called Acting ,Luv"

Or Someting....

Anyway The Beauty Of Van Gogh Was Not In His Paintings,
But In His Letters To His Brother Theo,...!!!




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Have a laugh,I shed a tear on the Van Gogh episode,to be taken into the future,to be shown how loved,adored and appreciated you became,
when once you drowned in self pity and feelings of pointlessness,yes,it was brilliant.
I knew you were right about Rory coming back,soon as you posted it,I started to think,maybe Amelia is the anomaly,not a real person,as she had to big a house,with apparently,no siblings.Best series in years,since Eccleston 2005.Best series ender too,a continuation,instaed of the usual full-stop.Sexual innuendo and child violence passed very well in this series,something the writers,never dared attempted before,good thread Kallista...

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Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:48 am

Yes, It To Me Was Very Jasper Ffordian,
Casually Jumping Around Through Time,
I Always Considered Jasper Fforde To Be The Successor To Douglas Adams...

There Was Even An Homage To Douglas Adams In The Last Episode...

The Untranslateable Message To The Meaning Of Life,
Written In 42ft High Letters On A Cliff...




Karen Gillian Would Infact Make A Perfect Thursday Next...

Look Who Is Writing For The Next Series Of Dr Who...


Neil Gaiman 'Who' ep to air third in run

Thursday, July 1 2010, 17:17 BST


Neil Gaiman has discussed writing for the next series of Doctor Who on Twitter.

Going under the pseudonym 'neilhimself', the writer revealed that his episode will air third in the run.

He wrote: "I think I'll finish this draft of DR WHO (New season 6 episode 3) tonight.
A day ahead of schedule.
Heavy lifting, but it's faster & better! (sic)"

The scribe previously confirmed to BBC News that his instalment had the working title 'The House Of Nothing'.

It is believed that the episode will be filmed in August.

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/cult/s7/doctor-who/news/a236548/neil-gaiman-who-ep-to-air-third-in-run.html




Ha Ha...!!! Look What It Says On The Cover...

Now If They Could Get Grant Morrison On Board...


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Re: Dr Who Aired Episodes...

Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:55 am

@ Kallista

the same Neil Gaiman that wrote Teknophage,about a soul-stripping,enslaving corporate Reptilian Alien able to traverse space,time and other dimensions,with machines fueled by human souls corrupted and turned into fuel,I got a few Neil Gaiman comics with Doctor Who,set in the 4th incarnation (Tom Baker),they were'nt well suited for the character,just my opinion,though... thumbs up




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Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Jul 03, 2010 7:58 am

Got any idea about the up coming Christmas Special...?

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Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Sat Jul 03, 2010 8:18 am

Billy Ruben wrote:Got any idea about the up coming Christmas Special...?

Well I Heard That Dr Who Catches A Cold,
And Turns Into A Girl...

Jennifer Saunders Of All People...




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Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:02 am

Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Got any idea about the up coming Christmas Special...?

Well I Heard That Dr Who Catches A Cold,
And Turns Into A Girl...

Jennifer Saunders Of All People...




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...or possibley Catherine Zeta Jones.She was even rumoured to be a Doctor incarnation herself,which is cool,but having that whack Tom Cruise as the Doctor would be enough to destroy my patronage.
I was wrong about that Neil Gaiman had wrote a Dr Who comic,it was Grant Morrison,just found it on the HDD..
That episode,12 in this Matt Smith series,The Pandorica Opens,that last minute of the episode,was the best in years,the eerie music,Amy gets killed by the Rory Nestene copy,the Doctors pleas are ignored as the Pandorica closes around him,The Tardis erupts,and every star instantly super-novas,and Earth fades to black,the music ceases...brilliant thumbs up

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Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:03 am

hmmm,Jennifer Saunders,has that hot Librarian appeal.

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Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Mon Jul 05, 2010 3:59 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:that last minute of the episode,was the best in years,the eerie music,Amy gets killed by the Rory Nestene copy,the Doctors pleas are ignored as the Pandorica closes around him,The Tardis erupts,and every star instantly super-novas,and Earth fades to black,the music ceases...brilliant thumbs up

I Loved The Way The Universe Just Fizzled Out Like That...



Even Better Was How In The Next Episode...
When The Pandorica Opens Amy Is Inside,
And Says Don't Ask It's Complicated...
And The Doctor Just Turns Up Casually With Rory After The Universe Has Ended...
And Says We Got Just 40 Minutes Left To Save The Universe...

On A Side Note...

You Know At The Moment We Have A Crazed Gunman On The Loose In Tyneside...


Monday, 5 July 2010

How Many Crazed Gunmen Can We Take In One Summer?

Ex-convict Raoul Thomas Moat, who is wanted by the police for shooting one man dead, seriously wounding his former partner, and later shooting a police officer in an unprovoked attack, is still on the loose.

Police suspect that the crazed gunman is still in the Tyneside area and have asked the public not to approach him, as he is known to be armed, and could just be a little bit dangerous.

Sources say that Moat is unlikely to give up without a fight, despite police appeals for him to turn himself in.

Apparently, Moat holds a serious grudge against the police because he has got it into his head that his former partner - who he shot - was knocking off a policeman, while Moat was in Durham Jail.
And he didn't much care for that.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7873798/Raoul-Moat-Gunman-went-on-loose-after-police-ignored-warning.html

Well I Was Watching This On BBC News 24, Today...



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Post  Billy Ruben on Wed Jul 07, 2010 5:50 am

Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:that last minute of the episode,was the best in years,the eerie music,Amy gets killed by the Rory Nestene copy,the Doctors pleas are ignored as the Pandorica closes around him,The Tardis erupts,and every star instantly super-novas,and Earth fades to black,the music ceases...brilliant thumbs up

I Loved The Way The Universe Just Fizzled Out Like That...



Even Better Was How In The Next Episode...
When The Pandorica Opens Amy Is Inside,
And Says Don't Ask It's Complicated...
And The Doctor Just Turns Up Casually With Rory After The Universe Has Ended...
And Says We Got Just 40 Minutes Left To Save The Universe...

On A Side Note...

You Know At The Moment We Have A Crazed Gunman On The Loose In Tyneside...


Monday, 5 July 2010

How Many Crazed Gunmen Can We Take In One Summer?

Ex-convict Raoul Thomas Moat, who is wanted by the police for shooting one man dead, seriously wounding his former partner, and later shooting a police officer in an unprovoked attack, is still on the loose.

Police suspect that the crazed gunman is still in the Tyneside area and have asked the public not to approach him, as he is known to be armed, and could just be a little bit dangerous.

Sources say that Moat is unlikely to give up without a fight, despite police appeals for him to turn himself in.

Apparently, Moat holds a serious grudge against the police because he has got it into his head that his former partner - who he shot - was knocking off a policeman, while Moat was in Durham Jail.
And he didn't much care for that.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7873798/Raoul-Moat-Gunman-went-on-loose-after-police-ignored-warning.html

Well I Was Watching This On BBC News 24, Today...



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Remember the third episode,Victory To The Daleks,where the bomb Gracewell,was a captured worm-hole "that would bleed Earth to another dimension",as the doctor said.Aflame of course.The Christian Bible,talks about the next conflagration (?) would be by fire,the first,by flood.
So much for a clean 2012 ascension,burning the scourge from the Earth,is the only way.
One re-occurring theory/point that has been raised since the Eccleston series,through to the Matt Smith episodes,is mentioning somethings not quite right with the sun,been paying attention to that point,always considered this'll be our demise,but sooner than we think,just a feeling
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7873798/Raoul-Moat-Gunman-went-on-loose-after-police-ignored-warning.html[/b][/quote]

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Hmmm...sorry about the lone-gunman nutjob.But must raise this point,what's this "Oral Reform",in the banner???, boobies don't mind a bit of that,but hope it's not some enforced "Kosher" way of giving blowjobs?like when priest missionairies,told the natives,no doggy,pole driving,
...only missionary sex is approved by the Lord Most High...?





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and a really cool USB,with light and sounds


...no,in all honesty,using that story and what may be deliberate to incorporate the Police Box in the background,is the police needed public assistance and they're cashing in on the popularity of the show,just a theory sir.Love this thread Kallista.


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Post  Kallisti, Damn'd Sod..!!! on Wed Jul 07, 2010 5:20 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7873798/Raoul-Moat-Gunman-went-on-loose-after-police-ignored-warning.html[/b]

Well I Was Watching This On BBC News 24, Today...



What A Time For Product Placement...

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Hmmm...sorry about the lone-gunman nutjob.But must raise this point,what's this "Oral Reform",in the banner???, boobies don't mind a bit of that,but hope it's not some enforced "Kosher" way of giving blowjobs?like when priest missionairies,told the natives,no doggy,pole driving,
...only missionary sex is approved by the Lord Most High...?





with the best Doctor of all...


and a really cool USB,with light and sounds


...no,in all honesty,using that story and what may be deliberate to incorporate the Police Box in the background,is the police needed public assistance and they're cashing in on the popularity of the show,just a theory sir.Love this thread Kallista.

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Interesting Theorey...!!!

But While Some People See This As A Big Man(Full Of 'Roids) With Very Petty Greiviances...!!!




Other Folks See This As A Window Of Oppurtunity...

To Say Go Out And Rob A Bank...

Or A Lucrative Chip Shop...


POLICE say they have "reason to believe" that missing fugitive Raoul Moat was the same man who robbed a Seaton Delaval fish shop at gun point on Monday night.

http://www.newspostleader.co.uk/latest/Raoul-Moat-did-rob-fish.6406565.jp




Didn't They In Some Classical Book Disguise Themselves As Sheep/Cows/Trojan Horse...???

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Post  Billy Ruben on Thu Jul 08, 2010 3:14 am

Kallista,looks like your average soccer hooligan,


can sympathise with feelings of resentment for "Some" police officers,especially,if one becomes a target for conspiracy,and for one,the first casualty in war is the truth.Used to feel like this guy not to long ago,...but had treatment since then,fine now I think.

Those cows in front of the snipers,better pull some mean matrix moves,pretty serious business those rifles...small armour piercing as well...beautiful. thumbs up



...beautiful creatures,hate them being on the menu although a hamburger,lasagne,stroganoff and a Mongolian at times,chicken fish guy,seen a roo blown away,on recruit course,jumped on Holsworthy 300m
shooting range,as they were zeroing in the sights,there was'nt much left of it,for me to add,I went the target,outer bull,but I shirked,...adjust
slightly,minute goes by,command given,brace,without to firm pressure,in (Prone) laying flat...breathe in,relax breathe until 3/4 expelled,squeeze on the trigger, CRACK...dead centre,recorded on my report,by corporal,with a pat on the shoulder.Next 8 shots,close array of inner bulls,then an outer,until the holes in the target slowly drift to the left and you're hitting your neighbours target,by the 2nd magazine of 32 bullets,corporal looked in disgust at the equipment,as I suffered gas stoppage and jams until I had the gas relief valve fully closed at 0
when everyone else enjoyed a coasty 11 guage gas stoppage and the shoulder at the end of the day,is mass of mottled black flesh,tenderised by the rifle butt...you kind of get the realism.Then the ration pack biscuits,weapons in themselves,rather than some food supplement.
but still for seige with the constabulary,and making a general urban nuisance,the SLR-L1A1,or FNL automatic equivalent,will certainly raise the eyebrowse of those pesky neighbours.No council double or triple brick design bulding is safe,tree four to five feet wide,stright through,
44 gallon drum full of water,will lift 12 foot into the air,before enfolding on itself,
Now,M60 Machine gun,will cut an EK Holden in two,in ten seconds rapid fire...I witnessed it,but involuntary erections ,by 45 seconds,to making a mess in your pants 2-2 1/2 minutes later.FACTS,they don't tell you as a gunner.If World War 3 breaks out,remember this,if conscription does'nt reject you,die laughing on the front,the bloke who shot you,already blew his load. lmao

Hmmm,I don't get points for derailing this thread here do I?
EDIT:but don't hink I was brave on recruit/induction training,I cried on paradeground cause my mother wrote a letter about my cat looking everywhere,even in the cupboards,poor thing,used to smoke hash with me,voluntary of course,loved her.'"Private XXXXXXXX you epileptic canetaod,get of my fucking parade ground with those tears of desecration..."...the big hooping breaths,snot dripping twelve inches down,bleary eyed near blind and stinging the eyes...not a very dignant sight,the symptoms of homesickness..






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Post  Everybody, Loves Sod..!!! on Sat Dec 25, 2010 12:33 pm

What A Corker The Christmas Episode Was...!!!



Well I Missed The First Bit,
Due To An Overindulgence Of Turkey And Mulled Wine...

Why Anybody Would Eat Or Drink This Shit On Anyother Day But Christmas Is Beyond Me...

Dry Bird And Hot Alcohol YUK...!!!

But Dr Who Wasn't A Turkey... Or A Dry Bird...!!!




It Had The Loverly Catherine Jenkins In It...!!!

The Welsh Songstress,
The Taff Tonsil Warbler...!!!

And If You Imagine A Christmas Carol Crossed With Jaws...

Then You Got An Idea Of The Programme...!!!

Infact It Was A Very Slow Moving Drama...

Almost Berift Of Special Effects...

But Then Dr Who Always Does This...!!!

It's Always Been Charictor Based...

Not Effects Based...!!!

A Classic Christmas Tale Re-Written...!!!


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Dr Who - Season 6 News

Post  Billy Ruben on Sat Dec 25, 2010 9:35 pm

At the Edinburgh International Television Festival, Steven Moffat revealed that the upcoming 13-episode season of Doctor Who would be split down the middle into 7-episode spring arc and a 6-episode autumn storyline.

Moffat divulged that the break next season wouldn't be the dreaded mid-season hiatus, but rather a split between two distinct stories:

Looking at the next series I thought what this show needs is a big event in the middle [...] I kept referring to a mid-season finale. So we are going to make it two series – seven episodes at Easter building to an earth-shattering climax, a cliffhanger we could never normally do because it would be too long before it came back. An enormous game-changing cliffhanger that will change everything. The wrong expression would be to say we are splitting it in two. We are making it two separate series [...] With an Easter series, an autumn series and a Christmas special, you are never going to be more than few months from the new series of Doctor Who [...] Tart that I am, we will now have two first nights and two finales, twice as many event episodes as we had before.
Moffat also discussed the show's budget ("I don't understand numbers. It's a decent budget. I beg for money and more rubber green people and eventually they say OK, you can have a third rubber green person.") and the prospects of seeing a Doctress:

I think about it sometimes and maybe it will happen someday. It wouldn't have been right this time [...] A woman can play the part. You have to remember the single most important thing about regeneration is you must convince the audience and the children that's it's not a new man, it's not a different man, it's the same one. It's a bigger ask if you turn him into a woman.
Finally, Moffat mentioned that he would be with Who for the long haul — he won't leave the program "for a while yet."
Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/aug/29/doctor-who-cliffhanger-series-split



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Post  Everybody, Loves Sod..!!! on Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:06 pm

Amy Pond Must Die...!!!



Infact She Is A Bit Of A Plot Device A Bit Like Robin From Batman...!!!



Did This Chap Not Realise He Was Just There To Divert Fire...!!!

Infact Dr Who Is So Well Written It Could Probably Work Without The Doctor...

It Spans Historical And Fictional Events...

And Offers It's Own Perspective On These Happenings..,
Through The Lense Of The Zeitgeist Or Meme Of Modern Day Thinking...

That's Why It Will Always Be Revelant...!!!

In Effect You Are The Docktor...!!!




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a reminder for later...

Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Dec 26, 2010 8:22 am

Biily Ruben quote:
.I hate the human condition...I've had so many UFO experiences,some on my own,some with a street full of people,real good ones,fly bys,attacks,,demonstrations...I wanted to prove myself...go through hell...just to show them,I'm trust worthy enough to hitch a ride...get out of here...in ways,i think like them,when balanced...I really want to leave with HXXXXXX...never come back here.She is my true love...she's brunette...but the blondes I pull,would blow your mind,the best...high profile,beautiful looking,even though serpentine...the occultist are getting worked up....ask them...the mistakes I've made and what I pass on,hoping to have that with Sam...

You'd beat the shit out of me....really...you would...even Illuminist I attract...that sweet little boy comes out...I'm not dead yet you know...still shine,when I feel like...


...there's another reason I'm a big fan of Doctor Who...it's closer to the truth than you'll ever believe...when I'm ready,I'll tell you why I love the 11th Hour so much,the real reason.Think of the apple...

and remember what I said,those writers watch sites like DIF and certain writers for inspiration...there's alot I've said there...and an old punkrock forum...alot has surfaced...my partner,accepts that whole heartedly...beware what you put out in the ether...you just might get it...there's more than one reason i'm here...be cool.

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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Dec 26, 2010 8:32 am

...it ain't fuckin' shite like Ashtar Command...these were a couple,working with my original healer,Leigh Hackney...it's not even one of my experiences,but I made sense of it to him...and he's one of the best psychics I ever met...he loves me...as he should...but there was complications with his rescued boyfriend...an occultist,exactly...the same type as mine,who left the group...9 years he suffered...I beat your record Jason...I clocked 11 years and counting...He was a a psychic reader on a Central Coast radio station,Sea FM? or another,Coast Rock,around 2000-2002...jealous bitch.Leigh,is the only guy I'd go queer for,under that effeminite male body,was a haemaphroditic fairy...beautiful creature he is...

Jason's Tarot readings were done on a Monday...for those researchers who are serious about your work... thumbs up

They're in South Brisbane now...See you Leigh...love you back.

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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:23 pm

what's the date the season re-starts?...they split the thing in two this year...best it's ever been. thumbs up

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