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Kanye West
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the one in eastern europe, the serbs and that, is possibly bleaker, simply because it's more overcast and rainy?
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Kanye West
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actually that might not be true. It's rainy in rwanda as well.
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Thorn Davis

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Just had a skim through wikipedia's list of genocides and they all seem pretty bad. It seems genocide has yet to find its Eminem.
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Thorn Davis

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I think that might actually be the most depressing page on the internet.
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Thorn Davis

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Still! If this book is a success some people who are very rich already might make some money out of it, so it wasn't a complete waste of time.
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MiscellaneousFiles

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Dirty War in Argentina is the sexiest sounding genocide on the list (with Zanzibar a close second).

[ 24.11.2009, 09:27: Message edited by: MiscellaneousFiles ]

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Hades
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quote:
Originally posted by Thorn Davis:
Just had a skim through wikipedia's list of genocides and they all seem pretty bad. It seems genocide has yet to find its Eminem.

A genocide of Chavs might cheer everyone up.
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MiscellaneousFiles

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It's all gone a bit Daily Mail...
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Kanye West
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pasty, diet coke.
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Thorn Davis

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When you look at the pictures of the guys responsible for the Rwandan genocide it's like... it's hard to imagine any common ground at all. Can you imagine meeting Felicien Kabuga? How that would go? How would it even appear as though you lived on the same planet. Like what you might make of each other's lives, any kind of conversation you might have. Doubtless, when you said to him "Yeah, you know... I spend most of my free time on the Xbox. I'm playing a female rogue in Dragon Age at the moment," he would thnk you were a fantastically trivial and pointless human being. And you know. He'd be right. But on the other hand, serious and important though his role in this world may be, he's jointly responsible for the deaths of 800,000 people. And that's probably worse than pissing your life away playing Xbox. If all you did with your life was watch Transformers 2 over and over again for sixty years you would still have lived a better life than Felicien Kabuga. That's a damning indictment of anyone's existence.

[ 24.11.2009, 10:38: Message edited by: Thorn Davis ]

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mart
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To brighten things up a little, I'm about to start revising a scientific academic paper that makes a "comparison analysis", whatever that is, of the "movement patterns" in what is called (the author's not English) "the female elite of the Beach Volleyball".
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MiscellaneousFiles

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Earlier today, I had to write up a news article that compared this company's involvement in the software industry to the falling of the Berlin Wall.

I only wish I was making this up...

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Black Mask

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quote:
Originally posted by Thorn Davis:
Can you imagine meeting Felicien Kabuga? How that would go? How it would even appear as though you lived on the same planet. Like what you might make of each other's lives, any kind of conversation you might have. Doubtless, when you said to him "Yeah, you know... I spend most of my free time on the Xbox. I'm playing a female rogue in Dragon Age at the moment," he would thnk you were a fantastically trivial and pointless human being. And you know. He'd be right. But on the other hand, serious and important though his role in this world may be his jointly responsible for the deaths of 800,000 people. And that's probably worse than pissing your life away playing Xbox. If all you did with your life was watch Transformers 2 over and over again for sixty years you would still have lived a better life than Felicien Kabuga. That's a damning indictment of anyone's existence.

You should put this on the back cover.

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Thorn Davis

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The penultimate sentence has given me a great idea for what Kabuga's punishment should be, if they ever catch and indict him.

[ 24.11.2009, 10:41: Message edited by: Thorn Davis ]

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Cherry In Hove
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I've got a white roll with two sausages, two hash browns, a fried egg and tomato ketchup for breakfast. This cost me £1.63 and it probably the best money I've ever spent on anything.
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Ringo

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Ah I see what you did there..

[ 25.11.2009, 04:25: Message edited by: Ringo ]

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Amy
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Is there any other kind of ketchup, besides tomato ketchup? [Wink]
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Cherry In Hove
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Yes.

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Amy
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Hmpf.

They sound creepy. Then again I don't like mushrooms. And nothing should taste like bananas except bananas.

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Cherry In Hove
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I like those banana flump sweets but they taste nothing like banana.

I don't know what Ringo's "I see what you did there" meant.

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Ringo

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Well y'see, I skim read your breakfast post, just reading the food bit, then made an hilarious quip about it being far too early for eating lunch and that you'd be hungry by the afternoon. But then I re-read and saw that you explicitly mentioned breakfast which sort of made my joke make no sense, other than of course this being the lunch thread and not the breakfast thread. So I edited, assuming that you sit here refreshing and immediately reading anything that was posted. But obviously you don't.

Jeez

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Cherry In Hove
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x

[ 25.11.2009, 06:13: Message edited by: Cherry In Hove ]

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Hades
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Chicken Wrap made with sunday lunch leftovers.

I have fallen into the trap of eating lunch early though, i'll be hungry again by 3.

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Ringo

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Another bagel. cheddar. peppered pork loin. yum
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Cherry In Hove
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I don't think cheddar works with peppered pork loin. You should probably take that back to the shop and tell them to give you something better.
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Ringo

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I made it myself. The cheddar has pepper in it, so it ties it all together you see. Plus it's only a mild cheddar so not too overpowering. But it is a little stodgy without some kind of relish or pickle.
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mart
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So far today, in chronological order:

Tea
Jaffa cake
Danish butter biscuit
Coffee
Mushroom and ham wrap with a chili jam, Dubonnet and soy sauce sauce
Coffee
Jaffa cake
Danish butter biscuit
Cream cracker with butter

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Cherry In Hove
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I'm impressed by your ability to just eat one jaffa cake at a time when there are more available.
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mart
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They're Tesco value jaffa cakes.
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Black Mask

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Pea and mint soup, which was green.

Aubergine parmigiana (sp?), nearly all potato.

Sprite. Best bit.

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Cherry In Hove
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Cheese ploughmans sandwich from tesco that had been reduced to £1.05. Bargain. Really bad though.
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Black Mask

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I had some raspberry jaffa cakes, last year around Halloween time. They didn't seem to be available this year.

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Kanye West
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beautiful seafood green curry.
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Cherry In Hove
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I heard tales that last year M&S sold Chocolate Port around christmas but I haven't seen any this year. I feel that chcolate poart is something I need in my life.
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