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  1. In the 70s,80s & 90s the ira gave London a hard time too. I got "nicked" just after they bombed the CoL in 94 retreiving a half drunk crate of cans from beneath a skip at the Shell building near Waterloo station. We'd been at a beastie boys gig in Brixton and hadn't drank them all on the way up. Plod wanted to know what the fuck some gobshite with an inderterminate accent was doing retrieving metal cylinders from underneath skips at 1130 at night. Had to prove I was who I said I was. To be sure They bombed pubs, Harrods, the CoL as I've mentioned. They also, in my anecdotal e
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  2. ^^ Then again it could have been Khouma Babacar. Or was it Babar the elephant?
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  3. yeah "non lethal disruption" generally was the aim, coded phone messages in advance, a vast majority not actual bombs, just scares. It's not really an understatement (and i'd say @ewerk would agree) that if we heard of a bomb alert our initial reaction would be "fuck sake it's going take ages to get home" rather "omg my life is in danger!!" , i'd easily say over the course of my life i'd be close to treble figures from being affected either in school/out and about by bomb scares. Then again i also remember as a kid walking down the main shopping street in belfast which
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  4. Ay, as CT says, all the above means is that she's conceded to the EU's view on the order in which things have to happen. Not sure it's a Tory strategy at all - more an indication of how far over the barrel we've been bent already.
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  5. http://www.true-faith.co.uk/a-skeptical-approach-to-rumours-of-investment/ Wrote this for TF
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  6. Nice pic of the best punch of the contest
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  7. 'Suspect is beardless,repeat, beardless.'
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  8. Working from home today, thank God. Off to get a gallon of lucozade, a bacon butty and some aspirin.
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