...last week wasn't it. The team Spurs spanked 9-1 would then go on to beat the conquerors of the Woolwich Scum and Tottenham would just get a draw at Villa.
...with special guests Black Sabbath. Don Kirshner's Rock Concert recorded September 4th 1975 at Santa Monica Civic Center with special guests Black Sabbath.
...Nothing really matters. Excellent high definition video of peerless Muppets - Animal, Miss Piggy et al - doing Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.
...seriously? Somehow the ex-England captain and World Cup winner thinks that one performance with a bit of heart against an average New Zealand side means Martin Johnson's side are headed for glory.
...they write the word for the score.So on all the tickers on Sunday it was Tottenham 9 (nine) - Wigan 1. But for the Wigan keeper it could have been closer to the 16 needed.
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...barn's on fire. Apropos of nothing, I figure I might as well post up a couple of pics of the sunset I took a bit back...
...but you can't take the ARSEnal out of the player. Why such the shock about a dirty cheat indulging in some dirty cheating to get through to the World Cup and getting away with it.
?...Edward Woodward would. What chances the main British channels will show any half decent tribute to the late Edward Woodward, little chance of Callan getting its first airing for years.
...that purple kit. Or the performance of the England rugby side that were wearing it against Argentina on Saturday, as they struggled for victory before being booed off the park.
...I understand the value of some players against this sort of team better now. But Fabio didn't want to name names after England's abysmal capitulation to a Brazil side that didn't really bother because they didn't have to.
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...Crooked...but nice enough to put the stream of their debut album up on YouTube.
...talking...been a lot of talk about what's happening within Aerosmith of late, Joe Perry ain't happy and says the band will continue with a new singer but Steven Tyler now says he's going nowhere.