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  1. Emotions

    How many emotions are allowed in one post?
  2. The First Time you Flew

    I was petrified, got mortal on Whisky-macs, Never flew anywhere sober until about my 10th flight.
  3. What action?

    I twirl my scarf from left to right, I am quite prepared to do the opposite, or even not swirl it at all
  4. What action?

    Already refusing to buy pies etc.. due to the prices.
  5. What action?

    Hello folks long time no see, Leaving 20 minutes before the end after showing out disapproval throughout the match.
  6. Newcastle online

    Well folks I don't suppose you'll miss me but I may go back over there. I know to expect everything to be "dummned down" but why settle for second hand stupidness here when I can get it first hand over there.
  7. Owen a doubt for England game

  8. There's a suprise

    Wonderful read, thank you all very very much :lol:
  9. LeazesMag is a...

    Why bring me into this? You're the one that seems bothered, and its not as if Leazes needs any support as far as I can see. you are all snapping away at him like rabid dogs instead of letting the whole thing die a natural death No matter what the rights and wrongs are, its the members of this board who constantly dredge the whole thing up again and again. You should all know by now Leazes is like a dog with a bone and quite often seems to hit a raw nerve or two. Please leave me out of it

    You're not English any more You're not Scousers anymore
  11. Guests - please read

    Been there and the teashirt never arrived
  12. Bobby Robson has Cancer again

    Had to unlurk to wish Bobby Well.
  13. Niall Quinn's takeover completed

    The Prodigous Iceman retreats
  14. Police Hunt Chemical Device

    Keeping Pilchard Chops off here more than justifies that places existence 148321[/snapback] I can't understand your need to have intermittent digs at me, unless its meant as a sideways swipe at Leazes. Why I don't post on here is irrelevant and in the past. I still enjoy reading toontastic but as you mention I'm dull and there are posters who share my point of view but have the talent to put it much more eloquently, unfortunatly your not one of them. As for Leazes's points of view I disagree with most of them but he at least puts a coherent argument forward. My views by the way are much more akin to Rob W. I like Howaythetoon because I don't have to be anyone other than myself, I can be as boring as fuck, Please find someond else to aim your pathetic barbs at.
  15. Ninth of Joon...

    One Hundred years have past and gone since the Journey was first taken alang that bliddy road we'd gan to that little toon called Blaydon Ridley composed the verses and the geordies thay all sang em now everyones come to kna the Geordies National Anthem
  16. Spyware Quake removal

  17. Uber iList

    This is your Life - Switchfoot
  18. Shearer Testimonial:

    Comments on this forum regarding tonight's Testimonial for Alan Shearer sum up everything that is wrong with it. You will always be Newcastle Online's naughty little brother IMO & tbh Jesus most defiantly wept
  19. In another Forum far far away

    there ARE one or two other alternative message boards, if you think its that bad like [which its not but each to their own ....]. Why not have 2 alternative boards ???? 133845[/snapback] LM hitches his skirt up to show a bit more leg tbh. 133862[/snapback] Worth going there just for the craic with that laugh-a-minute Pilchard Chops tbh. Incidentally, I'd hope this was one of T27's genius wind-ups. FFS! 133888[/snapback] I'm a one man clique tbh
  20. How do these Torrent feckers work?

    Stick with Torrents Ive just downloaded the entire Sunlun match in 45 minutes try utorrent ot bit comet
  21. Anyone know much about books

    Best site abebooks http://dogbert.abebooks.com/servlet/Search...gs&x=0&sortby=1
  22. Member Number

    Just Curious
  23. Scott Parker

    I'll suck anything if we win the cup
  24. Letter i read tosay

    Online hate There are many forms of hate on the Internet, ranging from extreme racist sites to the cruel satire found on many popular kids’ Web sites. Sites such as ‘uglypeople.com’ may seem harmless, but they contribute to a kids’ online culture where cruelty to others is considered acceptable. Given this culture, it's not a stretch to imagine kids graduating from sites where people are mocked for their personal appearance to sites where minorities and homosexuals are attacked. White supremacist and hate groups are increasingly turning to the Internet to target young people for recruitment. Hate mongers look for vulnerable youth who can be brought into their community through private chat rooms and e-mail, far away from the public eye. These groups also use hateful music to entice young people to their cause. When kids surf the Net for music, they can easily come across sites that sell hate music, or even make it available for free. Some hate sites have areas specifically designed for young children. The kids’ page of the official Ku Klux Klan site offers homework help and advice for talking to your parents about racial superiority, in case they “just don’t get it.” Other sites give the appearance of being legitimate by offering harmless activities and crafts and links to respected kids’ sites. Hate sites often hide keywords in their pages that can be picked up by search engines. Some of the keywords on one white supremacist site for women are children, toys, art, games and fun. If someone enters one of these words into a keyword search engine, this site will turn up in the results. The purpose of a hate site isn’t always readily apparent. For example, at first glance, ‘martinlutherking.org’ appears to be a tribute to the American civil rights leader. In fact, it is a hate site created by a white supremacist organization. Hate groups often cite free speech in defense of their activities. The Web site of the Canadian Association for Free Expression appears to be concerned with civil liberties, yet it promotes the right to discuss racist immigration policies. For inexperienced young people, such information on deceptive hate sites can easily be taken at face value and not fully understood. Teachers can be instrumental in helping young people learn to think critically about online content: * Teach students from an early age about media violence. Young people need to learn to respect others and to respond appropriately to violent media. Talk to them about real violence and its consequences, and discourage media that portray killing or pain as entertainment. * Educate kids about online hate. Young people will better be able to recognize and avoid hateful content if they are taught the strategies hate mongers use and the history of racism. Help them to identify hateful content and symbols on Web sites; for example, swastikas, derogatory references to race or sexual orientation, and cartoon depiction of various ethnic and racial groups. http://www.media-awareness.ca/english/teac.../risks_hate.cfm
  25. Letter i read tosay

    hese much prized principles of freedom and liberty, which for their time were radical in the extreme, can be traced directly back to those first boatloads of warriors who splashed up on our beaches all those years ago. This heady mix of Angle, Jute, Saxon and Viking was to form the basis of the ancestry of the English people. Centuries later they were joined in England by Flemings, Hugenots, Jews, West Indians and Asiatics. Many ultimately intermarried to produce a race of people today that, when asked who they are, can proudly reply, "We Are The English". http://www.wearetheenglish.com/whoareyer.html

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