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100's The 100s Riders July mid month ride was hosted by Wayne and Sandy Westwood today to St Cathrine's assisted by Quentin Doyle, Alan Simpson,Steven Steve Peat and Rory and Jacky with back up. Thank you to all friends that attended the pre ride braai a Read more ... nd social, Thank you to all friends that did the ride, an awesome day it was.. Next ride August 17th hosted by Alan Simpson to Ifafa on the South Coast Durban with pre ride on the 15th 7pm at VSCC. Pics coming soon...
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Rob Take a moment today to reflect on the 5th anniversary of the bloodiest day of Operation Herrick. Eight British soldiers died that day, including 5 men of 9 Platoon, C Company 2 Rifles killed in action, a stretcher party of 4 were killed carrying thei Read more ... r comrade to safety. Cpl Jay Horne Rfn Will Aldridge Rfn James Backhouse Rfn Joe Murphy Rfn Danny Simpson And their good friend Rfn Alan Arnold who carried them that day, who committed suicide in Ballykinler whilst on pre-deployment training for Op Herrick 15. RIP Riflemen Ceder et Audux See you at the re-org
Veterans recall British army's bloodiest day in Afghanistan
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Some of the young men who survived the bloodiest day for British soldiers in Afghanistan, when five died and ten were wounded, are speaking for the first time about their battle to conquer painful memories.
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Veterans recall British army's bloodiest day in Afghanistan
www.independent.co.uk
Some of the young men who survived the bloodiest day for British soldiers in Afghanistan, when five died and ten were wounded, are speaking for the first time about their battle to conquer painful memories.
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Veterans recall British army's bloodiest day in Afghanistan
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Some of the young men who survived the bloodiest day for British soldiers in Afghanistan, when five died and ten were wounded, are speaking for the first time about their battle to conquer painful memories.
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Veterans recall British army's bloodiest day in Afghanistan
www.independent.co.uk
Some of the young men who survived the bloodiest day for British soldiers in Afghanistan, when five died and ten were wounded, are speaking for the first time about their battle to conquer painful memories.
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Veterans recall British army's bloodiest day in Afghanistan
www.independent.co.uk
Some of the young men who survived the bloodiest day for British soldiers in Afghanistan, when five died and ten were wounded, are speaking for the first time about their battle to conquer painful memories.
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El estrangulador - CAPÍTULO 12
CAPÍTULO 12 Akiko sabía que iba a morir. Seguía sentada en ese placard oscuro, amordazada y atada, imposibilitada de moverse. Ni siquiera podía intentar escapar, porque el estrangulador estaba en el cuarto contiguo. ¿Qué espera?, se preguntó Read more ... Akiko. Habría estado todavía más asustada si hubiera sabido que él esperaba que lloviera. Y sólo faltaban pocas horas para que comenzara la lluvia. En Londres se preparaba la más grande cacería de un hombre. John había hecho hacer cien copias de la fotografía de la cabeza del estrangulador, y los agentes policiales uniformados recorrían las calles de Whitechapel mostrando esas fotos a los residentes de la zona, con la esperanza de que alguno lo identificara. John tuvo una reunión con el inspector West. —¿No cree que deberíamos mostrar esas fotografías por todo Londres? —preguntó el inspector West—. ¿Por qué está tan seguro de que lo encontrará en Whitechapel? —Porque todas sus víctimas fueron asesinadas allí —dijo John con empecinamiento—. Estoy seguro de que las elige a todas en los supermercados locales. Deseaba con impaciencia que la reunión terminara porque quería ir él mismo a Whitechapel. Sabía que Akiko estaba en manos del estrangulador y no podía soportar la idea de que algo le pasara. —Está bien —dijo por último el inspector West—. Le daré todos los hombres que necesite. Encuentre al homicida antes de que vuelva a matar. La cacería del hombre había comenzado. John dividió el distrito en secciones y le asignó un sector diferente a cada uno. Un detective entró en una gran tienda con varias secciones y le mostró la   fotografía del asesino al gerente. —Estamos buscando a este hombre —dijo el detective—. ¿Lo ha visto usted? El gerente miró la fotografía y sacudió la cabeza. —No. —¿Le importa que les muestre la fotografía a sus empleados? Pero ninguno de ellos pudo identificarlo. La policía cubrió las farmacias, las peluquerías, las ferreterías y los almacenes. Nadie había visto jamás al hombre de la fotografía. El detective Blake le dijo a John: —Las cosas no van bien, sargento. No obtenemos resultados. Quizás el inspector West tiene razón. Tal vez el hombre vive en otra parte y sólo viene aquí a elegir a sus víctimas. —Yo no lo creo —dijo John—. Tengo la fuerte sensación de que sí vive por aquí. Levantó la vista, miró el cielo, se acercó a una cabina telefónica y marcó un número. —¿A quién llama? —Al Servicio Meteorológico. Una grabación dijo: —... y hay viento del nordeste a quince kilómetros por hora. Un centro de alta presión se desplaza sobre la costa y se espera lluvia muy fuerte. La temperatura es de... John colgó el receptor con un golpe. —Va a llover —le dijo al detective Blake—. Diles a los hombres que trabajen más a prisa. ¡Apresúrate! En el departamento de Alan, el estrangulador miraba por la ventana: nubes oscuras comenzaban a agruparse en el cielo. Pronto, pensó con alegría, pronto lloverá. Pensó en la mujer encerrada en el placard y sonrió. Dentro de un rato estaría muerta. Fue John el que encontró a alguien que podía identificar a Alan Simpson. Ocurrió en el almacén donde Alan hacía sus compras. El empleado dijo: —Por supuesto, lo conozco. Viene aquí regularmente. El corazón de John pegó un brinco. —¿Sabe cómo se llama? —No, pero sí sé que vive cerca. —¿Cómo lo sabe? —preguntó John.   —Bueno, porque un día entró y compró muchas cosas, y yo le pregunté si no quería que lo ayudara a llevarlas a su casa, y él me contestó que no, que sólo vivía a pocas cuadras de aquí. Dos minutos después, John hablaba por el transmisor policial. —Que trasladen enseguida a este sector a todos los agentes involucrados en el caso. —Dio la dirección—. Quiero que verifiquen cada departamento en un área de cuatro cuadras. ¡De prisa! Los agentes de policía pasaron de puerta en puerta y les mostraron la fotografía a los inquilinos. —¿Ha visto alguna vez a este hombre? —No. ¿Quién es? —¿Ha visto alguna vez a este hombre...? —Se parece mucho a mi difunto marido. —¿A su difunto marido? —Sí. Falleció hace diez años... —¿Ha visto alguna vez a este hombre...? —No. ¿Para qué quiere saberlo? Y, de pronto, un golpe de suerte. —¿Ha visto alguna vez a este hombre? —Sí, claro. Vive en esta cuadra... Dos minutos después, John en persona hablaba con esa inquilina. —¿Usted le dijo al agente que conocía a este hombre, señora? —Bueno, no sé cómo se llama, pero solía toparme con él todo el tiempo. Últimamente no lo he visto. Vive en el edificio que está en la vereda de enfrente. John cruzó la calle y entró en el edificio de departamentos. El encargado dijo: —¿En qué puedo servirlo? John le mostró la fotografía del estrangulador. —¿Conoce a este hombre? —Sí, por supuesto. Es Alan Simpson, uno de los inquilinos. —¿Vive aquí? —Vivía —dijo el encargado—. Lo eché hace algunas semanas. Ése fue un golpe para John. —¿Qué? —Sí. Estaba haciendo una serie de cosas raras. Yo no necesito inquilinos así, de modo que le dije que se fuera. —¿Tiene alguna idea de adónde se mudó? El encargado se encogió de hombros.   —No. Un camión de mudanzas se llevó a sus muebles y a él, y desde entonces no he vuelto a verlo. John pensó con rapidez. —¿Un camión de mudanzas? ¿Alcanzó a ver el nombre de la compañía? —No. Si quiere que le diga la verdad, no me interesaba. ¿Por qué lo busca? ¿Ha hecho algo malo? Lo peor que puede hacer una persona, pensó John. Media docena de agentes de policía se movilizaron y llamaron por teléfono a todas las empresas de mudanzas de la zona. En el sexto llamado tuvieron suerte. —Sí —dijo una voz en el otro extremo de la línea—, hace alrededor de tres semanas mudamos a un hombre de esa dirección. —¿Tiene la dirección a la que se mudó? —preguntó John. —Por supuesto —dijo el hombre y se la dio. Comenzaba a llover. Alan Simpson estaba listo. Asomó la cabeza por la ventana y sintió la deliciosa caricia de la lluvia sobre la cara. Ahora podría llevar a cabo lo que Dios quería que hiciera. Enviaría al infierno a otra alma malvada. Se acercó al placard y abrió la puerta. Akiko seguía sentada en la silla, tratando de liberarse de la cuerda que la sujetaba. Alan sonrió. —Ya no necesitas luchar más. Yo te liberaré. Por un instante, en los ojos de Akiko brilló la esperanza. Pero cuando vio la expresión de ese hombre, supo que eran vanas ilusiones. El tipo estaba loco. —Te castigaré —dijo Alan— por tratar de entregarme a la policía. Eres una chica muy mala. ¿Lo sabes? Ella trató de contestar, pero la mordaza se lo impidió. —Oh, sí —dijo Alan—, y ¿sabes qué hacemos con las chicas malas? Ya lo averiguarás. Fue a la cocina, abrió las puertas de la alacena y comenzó a llenar la bolsa de compras con comestibles que había en los estantes. Todo debía hacerse exactamente igual que con las demás mujeres que había matado. Ella debía llevar una bolsa de compras cuando la asesinara. La única diferencia sería que sostendría un cuchillo contra su garganta para asegurarse de que no huyera, y después la estrangularía. Terminó de poner los comestibles en la bolsa y fue a buscar su paraguas. Todo debe ser exactamente igual.   —Tengo la dirección donde vive ese tipo —dijo John. —¿Qué pasará si no la tiene allí? —preguntó el detective Blake. John ya lo había pensado. Contaba con que el estrangulador tuviera prisionera a Akiko en su departamento. Si se equivocaba, Akiko moriría. —Es la única oportunidad que tenemos —dijo John—. ¡Vamos! Se metieron en el patrullero policial y John le dijo al conductor: —¡Apúrese! El chofer giró la llave del arranque, pero no pasó nada. La batería estaba agotada. —Bueno —le dijo Alan a Akiko—, saldremos a dar un lindo paseo. Akiko sabía lo que eso significaba. Sacudió la cabeza con violencia. —No me causes problemas —dijo Alan—, si no quieres que te corte ese cuello tan bonito. —Oprimió la hoja del cuchillo en su garganta y ella dejó de moverse. —Así está mejor. Ahora te desataré. Te quedarás sentada en esa silla hasta que yo te diga que te levantes. ¿Entendido? —Akiko no contestó. Él apretó el cuchillo contra el cuello. Ella asintió—. Así me gusta. Utilizó ese cuchillo filoso para cortar las cuerdas que la sujetaban. En menos de un minuto, Akiko quedó libre. Trató de levantarse, pero se sintió mareada. Se llevó la mano a la frente. —Creo que estoy por desmayarme —dijo. —Si lo haces, te mataré aquí mismo. —No quería matarla allí. Quería hacerlo bajo la lluvia, para que fuera purificada. Le aferró un brazo—. ¡Salgamos! Tomó la bolsa de compras y la puso en brazos de Akiko. —¿Qué está...? —¡Cállate la boca y haz lo que te digo! Fingiremos que has comprado estos comestibles en un supermercado, y que cuando estás por salir ves que llueve pero no tienes paraguas. ¿Has entendido? —Akiko asintió, demasiado aterrada para discutirle nada—. Y después te ofrezco acompañarte a tu casa, porque yo tengo paraguas. Tomó el paraguas y condujo a Akiko a la puerta. —Ahora saldremos. Si llegas a hacer un solo ruido, te cortaré el cuello. ¿Está claro? Ella trató de hablar, pero tenía la garganta demasiado seca. El departamento de Alan estaba en el primer piso del edificio, y él la tomó del   brazo al bajar por las escaleras. Con la otra mano empuñaba el cuchillo. Akiko rogaba al cielo que se cruzaran con alguien por la escalera. Alguien que pudiera ayudarla. El vestíbulo estaba desierto. Llegaron a la puerta de calle. Alan le sonrió y levantó el paraguas. —¿Ves qué caballero soy? Te acompañaré a tu casa bajo la lluvia. Está completamente loco, pensó Akiko. Que Dios me ayude. Pero no había nadie para ayudarla. La calle estaba oscura y desierta. Alan apretó más fuerte el brazo de Akiko y los dos salieron a la lluvia. Para Alan fue una vivencia maravillosa. Sintió cómo crecía en su interior esa antigua excitación. Se sentía Dios. Dentro de un momento, tomaría en sus manos otra vida humana. Él era todopoderoso. Sabía lo mucho que lo buscaba la policía, pero ellos no podían igualar su astucia. Avanzaron por la calle y Alan vio que más adelante había un sector completamente a oscuras. Todos los faroles de la calle estaban rotos. ¡Perfecto!, pensó. Akiko trató de caminar más despacio, pero Alan la empujó hacia adelante. Estaba impaciente por hacer eso que disfrutaba tanto. Para Akiko, era una pesadilla espantosa. Estaba reviviendo la terrible escena de varias noches antes, cuando él la escoltó hacia otra calle oscura y trató de estrangularla. Algo accidental la había salvado en aquella oportunidad, pero esta vez no había nada para salvarla. Comenzó a llover más fuerte. Akiko se dio cuenta de que Alan apartaba el paraguas y se paraba detrás de ella. Y sintió un golpe fuerte en la espalda y dejó caer la bolsa de compras. Un instante después, tenía un trozo de cuerda alrededor del cuello y Alan la miraba, sonriendo. En ese momento, media docena de reflectores iluminaron la escena. Los dos se encontraban rodeados por vehículos policiales estacionados a lo largo de la calle. Alan levantó la vista, sorprendido. —¿Qué...? —Suelte la cuerda y el cuchillo —le ordenó John—. ¡Ya! Alan miró en todas direcciones, perplejo. Alcanzó a distinguir la silueta de una docena de agentes de policía que avanzaban hacia él. ¿Cómo habían hecho para encontrarlo? —Dije que los soltara —repitió John. Pensaban despojarlo de su víctima. Pues bien, él no se lo permitiría. Le haría pagar a esa mujer por lo que había hecho. Ella era su madre y debía morir. Alan levantó el cuchillo y gritó: —¡Muere!   En ese instante, se oyó un disparo y Alan cayó al suelo. John bajó el arma y corrió hacia Akiko. —¿Estás bien? Ella lo rodeó con los brazos. —Gracias a Dios que estás aquí. —Sollozaba. Él se arrodilló y le tomó el pulso a Alan. No lo tenía. Miró a Akiko. —Siento no haber podido llegar aquí antes —dijo. Cuando el patrullero policial no arrancó, John había detenido a un automóvil particular y ordenado a su conductor que los llevara a la dirección donde vivía Alan. Mientras tanto, había usado el transmisor de la policía para enviar a otros patrulleros policiales al lugar. Les ordenó que estacionaran y no hicieran nada. John estaba en la vereda de enfrente cuando Akiko y Alan salieron del edificio, y esperó hasta poder dispararle al estrangulador sin poner en peligro a Akiko. Finalmente, todo había terminado. En el Departamento de Policía, John era considerado un héroe. El inspector West y todos los otros policías lo felicitaban por su brillante trabajo. —Me gustaría que fuera un integrante permanente de Scotland Yard. —Se lo agradezco mucho, señor. Era demasiado joven para merecer un honor semejante. —A propósito —dijo el inspector West—. Mi esposa y yo ofrecemos esta noche una cena con pocos invitados. Si está libre, me gustaría mucho que viniera. —Muy amable de su parte —dijo John—, pero tengo un compromiso. —Bueno, otra vez será. —Sí, señor. El compromiso de John era con Akiko. Cenaría con ella esa noche y en el fondo de su corazón sabía que Akiko y él cenarían juntos todas las noches por el resto de sus vidas.
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Jeremy Alan Simpson & Nolan Tracey sit down to do a shot. http://youtu.be/JMWh-IsiXTE
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Michael Seth Steele, seeing as how you were inquiring about how to update your iPod in a really hip way I've compiled this list of songs you need, the kids these days really dig these songs...trust me I watch BET and CW. Hank Williams jr - If The South Would Read more ... Have Won 5 Second Of Summer - Looks So Perfect Duran Duran - Hungry Like The Wolf Billy Squire - Lonely Is The Might David Alan Coe - Willie, Waylon, and Me Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson - Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys Booker T and The MGs - Green Onions Jessica Simpson - These Boots Are Made For Walking John Wayne - Ode To America Anything Clint Eastwood sang in Go Paint Your Wagon! Paul Newman - Plastic Jesus George Strait - Christmas Cookies Ray Parker jr - Ghostbusters Price - Joker Dance Willie Nelson - On The Road Again Jarule - Back Dat Add Up Will Smith - Wild, Wild, West Will Smith - MIB Will Smith - Nightmare On My Street Will Smith - Gettin' Jiggy With It Will Smith - Miami Trust me..........trust me;)
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Youth Due to popular demand Youth Fest NI is back with a BANG to Kilbroney Park on Saturday 5th July 2014! We are mega excited to be returning for the third year in a row and this year we are miles bigger and much better! Here's a taster of what we have in Read more ... store...Phils Farm, Jo Jingles. The Gathering Drum, The Funhouse Newry Lazar Tag Arena, DJ Workshops Cloughmor Extreme Mountain Bike Trails, Sticky Fingers Early Years Arts, Bring IT On NI Workshop’s, SVP YOUTH Info, Gymnastics workshops and displays, The Creation Station, Dance workshops and displays, Reptile Village, Wayne Denner - Youth & Digital Communicator workshop, Live music from 39 Steps, live music from Harrison Tweed, live music from Caolán Dooley, live music from Rebecca Keenan, PIPS Newry & Mourne information, Happy Faces NI arts workshops, mini golf, Lifeline information, Jumping Clay Warrenpoint, food / craft stalls and much much much more... The festival, which drew over 3,000 people last year is designed specifically for young people and offers everything from Cyber bullying and Social media awareness workshops to live music designed to entertain all the family. This year the festival will be even bigger and better than ever. We are delighted to announce that this year's festival will welcome Alan Simpson (BBC Radio Ulster) who will host a day full of surprises and activities including the award winning Phil's Farm, Gathering Drums, Sticky Fingers Arts workshops, Reptile Village, face painting, Magic George, Cloughmore Extreme mountain bike trail, and local company Funhouse Events will showcasing their ever popular laser tag arena. The festival will also be complimented by a live stage where local performers who have battled it out in the festival's “The Youth Fest Factor” competition will get the opportunity to showcase their talent. This will sure be a treat for the whole family. For more info on the festival check out the following links: www.youthfestni.com www.facebook.com/youthfestni www.twitter.com/youthfestni www.youtube.com/youthfestni Adm - £3 per person
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Jean On, Friday, June 20, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed 5 pro-gun bills into law. A strong supporter of the Second Amendment, Governor Rick Scott has now signed more pro-gun bills into law -- in one term -- than any other Governor in Florida Read more ... history. The bills are as follows: HB-89 Threatened Use of Force by Rep. Neil Combee/Rep. Katie Edwards and Sen. Greg Evers SB-424 To Stop Insurance Discrimination Against Gun Owners by Sen. Tom Lee and Rep. Matt Gaetz HB-7029 Zero Tolerance/Pop Tart Bill by Rep. Dennis Baxley and Sen. Greg Evers HB-523 Concealed Weapon/Firearms Licenses Fast Track by Rep. James Grant and Sen. Wilton Simpson HB-525 Protection of Concealed Weapons/Firearms License Holder Information by Rep. James Grant and Sen. Wilton Simpson A news article on Guns.com titled Florida governor signs five pro-gun measures into law, including “Pop Tart” and “Warning Shot” bills by Chris Eger on June 21, discusses these bills. To read this article, please click here. It was a great session, marred only by the defeat of SB-296/HB-209 by Sen. Jeff Brandes and Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen. This was the bill to allow law-abiding citizens to carry their firearms with them during a mandatory evacuation under a declared state of emergency, rather than leave them in their homes for theft by looters or destruction by hurricanes or other disasters. However, the Florida Sheriffs Association and numerous anti-gun sheriffs fought to kill the bill. They were not successful in their efforts in the House, because Representatives put your safety and your rights above anti-gun sheriffs who didn't support the rights of law-abiding gun owners. However, in the Senate, Sen. Jack Latvala became the champion of the Florida Sheriffs Association and supported their efforts to kill this gun owner protection bill. Sen. Latvala pulled together a coalition of Republican Senators who were willing to sacrifice your rights and to pander to anti-gun sheriffs and help kill the bill. Remember these names. Some are up for re-election this year. Some are not up for re-election until 2016. Do not forget them. Sen. Jack Latvala (R) SD-20 Sen. Charlie Dean (R) SD-5 Sen. Nancy Detert (R) SD-28 Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla (R) SD-40 Sen. Rene Garcia (R) 38 Sen. Denise Grimsley (R) SD-21 Sen. Alan Hays (R) SD-11 Sen. John Legg (R) SD-17 Sen. Garrett Richter (R) SD-23 Visit FLORIDA TEA PARTY - The Grassroots Florida Tea Party at: http://floridateaparty.net/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
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FROM: Marion P. Hammer USF Executive Director NRA Past President On, Friday, June 20, 2014, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed 5 pro-gun bills into law. A strong supporter of the Second Amendment, Governor Rick Scott ha Read more ... s now signed more pro-gun bills into law -- in one term -- than any other Governor in Florida history. The bills are as follows: HB-89 Threatened Use of Force by Rep. Neil Combee/Rep. Katie Edwards and Sen. Greg Evers SB-424 To Stop Insurance Discrimination Against Gun Owners by Sen. Tom Lee and Rep. Matt Gaetz HB-7029 Zero Tolerance/Pop Tart Bill by Rep. Dennis Baxley and Sen. Greg Evers HB-523 Concealed Weapon/Firearms Licenses Fast Track by Rep. James Grant and Sen. Wilton Simpson HB-525 Protection of Concealed Weapons/Firearms License Holder Information by Rep. James Grant and Sen. Wilton Simpson A news article on Guns.com titled Florida governor signs five pro-gun measures into law, including “Pop Tart” and “Warning Shot” bills by Chris Eger on June 21, discusses these bills. To read this article, please click here. It was a great session, marred only by the defeat of SB-296/HB-209 by Sen. Jeff Brandes and Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen. This was the bill to allow law-abiding citizens to carry their firearms with them during a mandatory evacuation under a declared state of emergency, rather than leave them in their homes for theft by looters or destruction by hurricanes or other disasters. However, the Florida Sheriffs Association and numerous anti-gun sheriffs fought to kill the bill. They were not successful in their efforts in the House, because Representatives put your safety and your rights above anti-gun sheriffs who didn't support the rights of law-abiding gun owners. However, in the Senate, Sen. Jack Latvala became the champion of the Florida Sheriffs Association and supported their efforts to kill this gun owner protection bill. Sen. Latvala pulled together a coalition of Republican Senators who were willing to sacrifice your rights and to pander to anti-gun sheriffs and help kill the bill. Remember these names. Some are up for re-election this year. Some are not up for re-election until 2016. Do not forget them. Sen. Jack Latvala (R) SD-20 Sen. Charlie Dean (R) SD-5 Sen. Nancy Detert (R) SD-28 Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla (R) SD-40 Sen. Rene Garcia (R) 38 Sen. Denise Grimsley (R) SD-21 Sen. Alan Hays (R) SD-11 Sen. John Legg (R) SD-17 Sen. Garrett Richter (R) SD-23
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Tony This Day In Music History,June 24th June 24th: On this day 1964, The Beatles played the first of two nights at Auckland Town Hall, New Zealand. More on The Beatles Down Under 1965, John Lennon's second book of poetry and drawings, 'A Spaniard In Th Read more ... e Works', was published. The book consisted of nonsensical stories and drawings similar to the style of his 1964 book 'In His Own Write'. 1965, The Hollies were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'I'm Alive', the group's first of two UK No.1's and over 25 other Top 40 singles. 1966, After holding a press conference aboard a yacht in New York City, The Rolling Stones kicked off their fifth North American tour at the Manning Bowl, Lynn, Massachusetts, with support acts The McCoys and The Standells. More on The Rolling Stones 1966, 1967, The Monkees went to No.1 on the US album charts with 'Headquarters' the group's third chart topper. More on The Monkees 1967, Procol Harum's 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' entered the Billboard chart, where it would peak at No 5. The song was written by the band around a melody composed by the group's organist, Matthew Fisher, who was inspired by the chord progression of Johann Sebastian Bach's 'Orchestral Suite in D', composed between 1725 and 1739. More A Whiter Shade Of Pale 1969, The UK Top 5 singles this week: No.5, 'Living In The Past', Jethro Tull, No.4, 'Time Is Tight', Booker T and the MG's, No.3, 'Dizzy', Tommy Roe. No.2, 'Oh Happy Day', Edwin Hawkins Singers and at No.1, 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko' by The Beatles. [more] 1969, Led Zeppelin recorded 'Whole Lotta Love', 'What Is And What Should Never Be', 'Travelling Riverside Blues' and 'Communication Breakdown' for BBC Radio 1 at Maida Vale Studios, London. The session was broadcast on 29th June 1969. More on Led Zeppelin II 1977, The Jacksons were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Show You The Way To Go.' The Jacksons were four members of the Jackson Five, including Michael. 1978, Genesis, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Devo, Brand X and The Atlanta Rhythm Section all appeared at Knebworth Park, England, tickets cost £6 ($10). 1988, UB40 bass player Earl Falconer was sent to prison for six months, with a further 12 suspended, after admitting to causing his brothers death in a car accident. 1989, Paul McCartney scored his seventh UK No.1 solo album with 'Flowers In The Dirt', featuring the single 'My Brave Face'. [more] 1989, Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler started a four-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Back To Life'. Their only UK No.1 peaked at No.4 on the US chart. 1990, New Kids On The Block's Donnie Wahlberg spent two days in hospital after falling through an unlocked trapdoor mid-concert in Saratoga Springs, New York. 1991, Frank Zappa took part at the concert 'Adieu Soviet Army', organised in Prague, as the farewell to the last soldiers of Soviet Red Army, leaving free Czechoslovakia (the Red Army had occupied Czechoslovakia since the Prague spring). This was probably Zappa's last rock appearance on the stage and it is recorded on the album Adieu C. A. (Soviet Army). 1999, Eric Clapton put 100 of his guitars up for auction at Christie's in New York City to raise money for his drug rehab clinic, the Crossroads Centre in Antigua. His 1956 Fender Stratocaster named Brownie, which was used to record the electric version of ‘Layla’, sold for a record $497,500. The auction helped raise nearly $5 million for the clinic. 2001, Blink 182 scored their second US No.1 album with 'Take Off Your...' The group's fourth studio album has sold over 12m copies worldwide and contains the singles 'The Rock Show', 'Stay Together for the Kids', and 'First Date'. [more] 2003, A man who had been deported from Sweden for stalking Abba singer Agnetha Faeltskog was arrested near the singer's island retreat. Gert van der Graaf, 37, had been the singer's boyfriend from 1997 to 1999, but had been issued a restraining order barring him from seeing or talking to her in 2000. 2004, A Fender Stratocaster that Eric Clapton nicknamed 'Blackie' sold at a Christie's auction for $959,500 (£564,412) in New York, making it the most expensive guitar in the world. The proceeds of the sale went towards Clapton's Crossroads addiction clinic, which he founded in 1998. 2005, The Thrills, The Zutons, Doves, The Killers, White Stripes, Kaiser Chiefs, Ash, The Coral, Keane, New Order, Coldplay, James Blunt, Brian Wilson, Garbage, Primal Scream and Basement Jaxx all appeared at this years UK Glastonbury Festival. [more] 2007, The White Stripes went to No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Icky Thump' the duo's sixth and final studio album. 'Icky Thump' won a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album in 2008. [more] 2010, A rare oversized two-part poster featuring Led Zeppelin, The New Barbarians and others at Knebworth Park on August 4th & 11th August, 1971, sold for £5,000 ($7,480) at a Christie’s Rock & Roll auction held in South Kensington, London. At the same auction, a print of Led Zeppelin backstage in front of blackboard taken at Tampa Stadium, June 3rd, 1977 sold for £1,500, ($2,244). 2012, The crypt in which Elvis Presley was first buried was withdrawn from a Los Angeles auction after protests it should be kept as a shrine. More than 10,000 fans signed a petition against the sale of the tomb at Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee. Julien's Auctions said it would not sell the crypt until the cemetery "finds a plan that best suits the interests of the fans while respecting and preserving the memory of Elvis". More on Elvis Presley 2012, Billboard.com named Olivia Newton-John's 1982 hit, 'Physical' as The Sexiest Song Of All Time. Other classic Rock songs that made the top ten were Rod Stewart's 'Tonight's The Night', Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On', Donna Summer's 'Hot Stuff' and another Rod Stewart contribution, 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy'. 2013, Former Devo drummer Alan Myers died aged 58 in Los Angeles, California, following a long bout with cancer. Myers drummed for Devo between 1976 and 1986. June 24th: Born on this day 1944, Born on this day, Arthur Brown, UK singer, (1968 UK No.1 and US No.12 single 'Fire', with The Crazy world of Arthur Brown). [more] 1944, Born on this day, Charlie Whitney, guitar, Family, (1971 UK No.4 single 'In My Own Time'). 1944, Born on this day, Chris Wood, sax, flute, Traffic, (1967 UK No.2 single 'Hole In My Shoe'). Wood died on 12th July 1983. 1944, Born on this day, Jeff Beck, guitarist extraordinaire. Beck worked with Screaming Lord Sutch before replacing Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds, who had the 1965 UK No.3 and US No.6 single For Your Love. As a solo artist, he released the 1967 UK No.14 single Hi-Ho Silver Lining, before forming The Jeff Beck Group, which featured Rod Stewart on vocals and Ron Wood on bass. Having decided to dispense with vocals, his 1975 album Blow By Blow was produced by George Martin and set a new standard of jazz-rock fusion music. Beck had previously formed Beck, Bogart and Appice with Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice, and later recorded with The Honeydrippers, (alongside Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and Nile Rodgers), who had the 1984 US No.3 single Sea Of Love. [more] 1944, Born on this day, Mick Fleetwood, drums, Fleetwood Mac, (1987 UK No.5 single 'Little Lies', and 1977 US No.1 single 'Dreams' from worldwide No.1 album 'Rumours'). 1945, Born on this day, Colin Blunstone, singer, Zombies, (1964 UK No.12 single 'She's Not There'), solo, (1981 UK No.13 single 'What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted'). 1948, Born on this day, Patrick Moraz, keyboards, Refugee, Yes, (1975-76), Moody Blues, (joined in 1978). 1949, Born on this day, John Illsley, bass, Dire Straits, (1985 US No.1 single 'Money For Nothing', 1986 UK No.2 single 'Walk Of Life', 1985 world wide No.1 album 'Brothers In Arms'). 1957, Born on this day, Jeff Cease, guitar, The Black Crowes, (1991 UK No.39 single 'Hard To Handle', 1992 US No.1 & UK No.2 album 'The Southern Harmony And Musical Companion'). [more] 1957, Born on this day, Terence Wilson, (Astro), vocals, with UB40, who had the 1983 UK No.1 & 1988 US No.1 single 'Red Red Wine' and over 30 other top 40 hits. 1959, Born on this day, Andy McCluskey, vocals, guitar, keyboards, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, (1984 UK No.5 single Locomotion', plus over 15 other UK Top 40 singles). Worked may pop acts in the late 90's and 00's including Atomic Kitten. [more] 1961, Born on this day, Curt Smith, Vocals, bass, Tears For Fears, (1985 US No.1 & UK No.2 single 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World' plus over 12 other UK Top 40 singles) 1967, Born on this day, Richard Zven Kruspe, lead guitarist of the German rock band Rammstein. 1970, Born on this day, Glenn Medeiros, singer, (1988 UK No.1 single 'Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You', 1990 US No.1 single 'She Ain't Worth It'). 1973, Born on this day, Mario Calire, The Wallflowers, (1997 US No.3 album, 'Bringing Down The Horse'). 1840 - Composer Louis Brassin was born. 1965 - John Lennon's second book, "A Spaniard in the Works" was published. John Lennon Merchandise - Today in Beatles History - Beatles apparel and gear 1972 - "I Am Woman," by Helen Reddy, was released. 1990 - Perry Bamonte replaced Roger O'Donnell in The Cure. 2000 - KISS auctioned off memorabilia from their touring days. The items brought in $876,000 on the first day of the two day event. KISS Merchandise 2003 - Beyoncé Knowles released her debut solo album "Dangerously in Love". Births 1901: Harry Partch 1939: Paul "Oz" Bach (Spanky and Our Gang) 1942: Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac) 1942: Arthur Brown (The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown) 1944: Jeff Beck (The Yardbirds) 1944: Chris Wood (Traffic) 1944: John "Charlie" Whitney (Family) 1945: Colin Blunstone (The Zombies) 1948: Patrick Moraz (Yes, Moody Blues) 1949: John Illsley (Dire Straits) Deaths none Events 1964: Sam Cooke, preceded by a 70-foot billboard in Times Square, begins a famous two-week engagement at New York's Copacabana club that would come to define the beginning of "supper-club soul." 1966: The Mothers of Invention open for none other than Lenny Bruce at the Fillmore in San Francisco. 1966: John Lennon's second whimsical book of original prose, poetry, and drawings, entitled A Spaniard In The Works, is published in his native England. 1966: In an watershed moment for the brother/sister duo later known as the Carpenters, the jazz combo known as the Richard Carpenter Trio wins the Hollywood Bowl's "Battle of the Bands" contest. 1966: With the McCoys and the Standells opening, the Rolling Stones' 1966 tour begins at the Manning Bowl in Lynn, Massachusetts, inciting yet another crowd riot that the police counteract with tear gas. Rock concerts are banned from the venue for nearly two decades. 1967: Led by Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd make their TV debut performing their hit single "See Emily Play" on BBC's Top Of The Pops. 1967: 5th Dimension make their TV debut performing their hit single "Up, Up And Away" on ABC's American Bandstand. 1967: Guitarist Zal Yanovsky quits the Lovin' Spoonful after their gig at the Forest Hills Music Festival in New York. 1972: At tonight's show in Fort Worth, TX, the Rolling Stones film the performance that would become the quadrophonic concert documentary Ladies And Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones.. 1973: After an extensive two-year investigation, 19 major music label heads, including Clive Davis of Arista and the Gamble-Huff team behind Philadelphia International, are indicted by the state of New Jersey for "payola" practices and income tax evasion 1973: Legendary rock organist Al Kooper rejoins his first band, Blues Project, onstage during a concert in Central Park. 1977: En route to his hotel while on tour in Madison, WI, Elvis spots an altercation between two young men and a gas station attendant and immediately gets out of his limo, striking a karate pose, shouting "I'll take you on!" When all three get a glimpse of their intruder, however, they immediately forget the fight and ask for pictures and photographs. 1984: Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin joins Yes onstage in Dortmund, Germany for a cover of the Beatles' "I'm Down," further fueling rumors that the guitarist will assemble a new band called XYZ (Ex-Yes and Zeppelin). 1989: The Beatles finally get a US #1 Country hit when Rosanne Cash's cover of "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party" reaches the top spot. 1992: Billy Joel's old alma mater, Hicksville High in Long Island, NY, awards the singer-songwriter an honorary diploma in place of the one he never stayed in school to receive. 1993: Hank Williams' illegitimate daughter Jett, is awarded a piece of the country legend's estate from his son, Hank Jr. 1998: Johnny Cash makes his first public appearance since announcing his battle with Shy-Drager Syndrome, walking onstage at Kris Kristofferson's latest Nashville concert to sing Cash's hit "Sunday Morning Coming Down," written by Kris. 1999: Eric Clapton auctions off one hundred of the guitars in his collection to raise money for his Crossroads drug rehab clinic in Antigua, with the 1956 Fender "Layla" was written on going for nearly half a million dollars, a record at the time. Five years later, a similar auction, held like the first at Christie's in New York, nets another record -- almost one million dollars for another Fender Clapton named "Blackie," making it the most expensive guitar of all time. 2000: Preparing for "retirement," KISS begin auctioning off their quarter-century of band memorabilia, netting $876,000. 2003: Gert van der Graaf, former boyfriend of ABBA's Agnetha Faeltskog, is arrested near her home for stalking the singer, despite having received a restraining order three years earlier. 2004: US President George W. Bush awards the Medal of Freedom to Doris Day. Releases 1972: Helen Reddy, "I Am Woman" Recording 1966: The Supremes, "Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart" 1967: The Beatles, "All You Need Is Love" Charts 1950: The Andrews Sisters' "I Wanna Be Loved" hits #1 1967: The Monkees' LP Headquarters hits #1 1967: Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" enters the charts Birthdays 1 - 42 of 42 1572 - Jan Campanus, composer 1746 - Jean Baptiste Rochefort, composer 1747 - Johann Melchior Dreyer, composer 1762 - Johann Paul Wessely, composer 1803 - George James Webb, composer 1808 - Anna Caroline Oury, composer 1840 - Louis Brassin, composer 1847 - Gervais Bernard Gaston Salvayre, composer 1873 - Thomas Carl Whitmer, composer 1879 - Agrippina J Vaganova, Russian ballet dancer 1901 - Harry Partch, Oakland California, composer (Oedipus) 1906 - Pierre Fournier, Paris France, violon cellist (Paris Conservatoire) 1907 - Jose de Lima Siquiera, composer 1908 - Hugo Distler, composer 1908 - Guru Gopinath, Indian classical dancer (d 1987) 1909 - Milton Katims, NYC, conductor/violist (WOR-NYC) 1913 - Max van Praag, Dutch singer 1920 - Bernhard Krol, composer 1922 - Roy Elihu Travis, NYC, composer (Passion of Dedipus) 1922 - Tata Giacobetti, Italian singer (Quartetto Cetra) 1935 - Terry Riley, Colfax California, composer (Spectra) 1938 - Lowell Cross, composer 1942 - Michele Lee, Los Angeles California, actress/singer (Karen-Knots Landing, Love Bug) 1942 - Arthur Brown, England, rocker (Fire) [or May 24] 1944 - Chris Wood, rocker (Traffic) 1944 - Jeff Beck, Surrey England, singer/guitarist (Jeff Beck Group) 1945 - Colin Blunstone, England, rocker (Zombies-Never Even Thought) Musician Mick FleetwoodMusician Mick Fleetwood (1947) 1947 - Mick Fleetwood, London, rock drummer (Fleetwood Mac-Go Your Own Way) 1947 - Marianne Delgorge, singer/actress (Ice Cream Soda) 1948 - Patrick Moraz, Morges, Switzerland, progressive rock keyboard player (Yes, The Moody Blues) 1949 - John Illsley, Leicester England, rock bassist (Dire Straits) 1950 - Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Kingston Jamaica, rocker (Black Uhuru) 1957 - Astro, [Terrence Wilson], England, rock vocalist (UB40-Red Red Wine) 1959 - Andy McClusky, rocker (Orchestal Manoeveres in the Dark-Electricity) 1961 - Curt Smith, Bath England, rock bassist/vocalist (Tears For Fears) 1967 - Jeff Cease, Nashville, guitarist (Black Crowes-Shake Your Money Maker) 1967 - Richard Kruspe-Bernstein, German musician (Rammstein) 1969 - Sissel Kyrkjebø, Norwegian singer 1970 - Glenn Medeiros, singer (Someday Love) 1978 - Ariel Pink, American musician 1978 - Erno "Emppu" Vuorinen, Finnish guitarist (Nightwish) 1986 - Solange Knowles, American singer Deaths in Music Deaths 1 - 13 of 13 1724 - Johann Theile, German composer (Adam und Eva), dies at 77 1882 - Joseph Joachim Raff, German opera composer (Cavatine), dies at 60 1891 - Ann Sheppard Mounsey, composer, dies at 80 1913 - Frank Lynes, composer, dies at 55 1933 - Sissieretta Joyner Jones, "Black Patti", US singer, dies at about 64 1935 - Carlos Gardel, Argentine singer and the most prominent figure in the history of tango, dies in a plane crash at 44 1936 - Nandor Zsolt, composer, dies at 49 1944 - Rio Gebhardt, composer, dies at 36 1952 - Lodewijk Mortelmans, composer, dies at 84 1992 - Tom Alexander, model/actor (Kurt-Forbidden Dance), dies of AIDs 1992 - Tony LeMans, singer/songwriter, dies in a car crash at 29 2004 - Ifigeneia Giannopoulou, Greek songwriter (b. 1957) 2007 - Natasja Saad, Danish reggae and dancehall artist (b. 1974) On this day in music history: June 24, 1967 - Headquarters, the third studio album by The Monkees hits #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for one week. Produced by Chip Douglas (aka Douglas Farthing Hatlelid), it is recorded at RCA Music Center of the World Studios, Studio C from February 23 - March 22, 1967. By early 1967, The Monkees are at loggerheads with Screen Gems, the company responsible for producing their hit television series. Though highly successful, the band is unhappy (especially Mike Nesmith and Peter Tork who are both accomplished musicians) at having virtually no creative input or being allowed to play on their records. They will lobby for and win the right to play on their own records, which leads to the ouster of music supervisor Don Kirshner. The Monkees will lock themselves in the recording studio for four weeks while working on their third album. Writing a lion's share of the material included on the LP, many of the songs will be worked out while jamming together live in the studio. No singles will be released in the US, but it will spin off a major hit single in the UK with the Micky Dolenz-penned "Randy Scouse Git" (re-titled "Alternate Title") (#2 UK). The album will be another major success for the band, quickly rising to #1, but will be bumped from the top spot by The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band the following week, spending an additional 11 weeks in the runner up position. In time, it will be regarded as one of The Monkees best albums. Headquarters is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA. On this day in music history: June 24, 1968 - Time Peace: The Rascals' Greatest Hits, the fifth album by The Rascals is released. Produced by The Rascals, Arif Mardin, and Tom Dowd, it is the first greatest hits compilation from the New York-based rock/R&B quartet. It features tracks recorded between 1965 and early 1968 from their first four albums and the recent stand alone single "A Beautiful Morning" (#3 Pop, #36 R&B). Surprisingly, the band's recently released single "People Got to Be Free" (#1 Pop) will be left off of the album and not issued on an LP until their next studio album Freedom Suite in March of 1969. The original LP will be issued in a gatefold jacket featuring cover art with a comic strip styled illustration of the band that is inspired by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. On the first run of LP's, Atlantic Records will also accidentally press the records using the gold and purple Atco style stereo labels of the period (Atlantic stereo labels are yellow-green and aqua blue). The error will be corrected on subsequent repressings. Time Peace: The Rascals' Greatest Hits will spend one week at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. On this day in music history: June 24, 1975 - Cut The Cake, the third studio album by the Average White Band is released. Produced by Arif Mardin, it is recorded at Atlantic Studios in New York City in early 1975. Issued as the follow up to their highly successful second album, tensions will run high in the studio for the Scottish R&B/Funk quintet. Still mourning the loss their friend and bandmate, drummer Robbie McIntosh (to an accidental drug overdose), and feeling the pressure to match the success of their breakthrough album, the surviving members will battle each other over creative differences. The album will also be the first to introduce new drummer Steve Ferrone, the only non-white member in the band, now lending greater irony to their name. It will spin off three singles including "School Boy Crush" (#22 R&B, #33 Pop), "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" (#25 R&B, #39 Pop), and the title track (#7 R&B, #10 Pop). Cut the Cake will spend one week at #1 on the Billboard R&B album chart, peaking at #4 on the Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA. On this day in music history: June 24, 1999 - Musician Eric Clapton will auction off 100 of his guitars, brownie eric claptonamplifiers, and other accessories. Clapton puts the guitars on sale to raise funds for the Crossroads Center Foundation and for the drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic the Crossroads Centre in Antigua. Among the instruments on the auction block are numerous vintage Fender, Gibson, and Martin guitars. The centerpiece of the collection is the two tone sunburst 1956 Fender Stratocaster nicknamed Brownie. This iconic guitar being one of Clapton's personal favorites was most famously used by him on the Derek & The Dominoes album Layla in 1970. Clapton originally purchased the guitar for $400 at the music store Sound City in London in 1967 while on tour with Cream. The Strat will also be pictured with Clapton on the cover of his first solo album. The pre-sale estimate for the guitar is for between $80-100,000. The final auction price will far exceed that when it sells for a then record price of $497,500. The winning bid is placed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. Brownie is now on permanent display at the Experience Music Project museum in Seattle, Washington. On this date in 1985, “Off The Wall” by Michael Jackson was certified MULTI-PLATINUM
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Patti My Dad was a very principle oriented man. What was right, was right and what was wrong, was wrong. There was no grey area and he didn't think much of anyone who didn't take a stand against right and wrong. Integrity is a way of life. You either Read more ... have it, or you don't. I miss you Dad and wish i could just sit and talk to you again. "If you have integrity, nothing else matters. If you don't have integrity, nothing else matters." ~Alan Simpson
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Rudy Theme of this status update: “If you have integrity, nothing else matters. If you don’t have integrity, nothing else matters.” - Alan Simpson, former U.S. Senator Confirmed my suspicion last night that a lovely interaction with someone who usu Read more ... ally cold shoulders me occurred only because he didn't know (remember) who I was. As soon as I walked away he asked and then said "Rudy Flesher, never heard of him." Which I guess is an upgrade from the time he said to my face "really? You do drag in Philly? Well I've never heard of you," and walked away. Look. Integrity and graciousness cost you nothing but gain you everything. If you can't find a good reason in your heart to embody those things, then try looking in your wallet. When you act with integrity and kindness, people will show up for you. When you don't, well, you'll be cropping your photos to make it *look* like people show up for you. Learn from the mistakes of others, and don't be that guy who only sees people as deeply as what he can immediately get from them. Oh, and to quote a former co-worker "God don't like ugly, so watch out for a lightning bolt."
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Anthony 11 VERY INTELLIGENT (and One Handsome, Dashing Bloke from Australia) WHO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT CICO Arme Legge Tom Venuto Alan Aragon Jamie Hale Mike Howard Evelyn Kocur James Krieger Stephan Guyenet Matt Stone Leigh Peele Brad Schoenfeld Oh, and th Read more ... e handsome debonnaire bloke from Australia? A guy called Anthony Colpo. Don't know much about him, except rumour has it he once bitch-slapped a crocodile. Or maybe it was just a really obnoxious guy who looked like a crocodile, not sure. I'll have to double-check with my sources. But I do know he's written a lot about why without mastering CICO, you ain't losing SHITO: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007COB8SU/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=totalfitnessp-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B007COB8SU Anyways, I hope youse all liked me list, pretty bloody grouse I reckon, youse all make sure yers have a you-bewt bloody bonza ripper day! BTW, we don't really talk like that here in Australia. The only place Aussies talk like that is in The Simpsons and Davoren Park LOL Cheers, The artist who lives in Australia and looks and sounds much like Anthony Colpo.
The Fat Loss Bible
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Phil Provisional results: windy gyle race number name club cat position time 751 bruce crombie alnwick v40 1 1.02.48 716 john butters nfr sm 2 1.03.13 754 lee bennett elswick v40 3 1.04.03 753 jonny malley dark peak sm 4 1.04.35 752 adam fletcher alnwick Read more ... v40 5 1.05.06 714 gary robson nsp v40 6 1.05.36 764 gary jones nfr sm 6 1.05.47 750 mark clarkson nfr sm 8 1.07.25 757 mark turnbull elswick v40 9 1.07.31 725 wayne kelly UA sm 10 1.07.42 739 graham simpson alnwick sm 11 1.08.16 713 phil smith tri sm 12 1.08.25 715 will robson nsp u21 13 1.11.23 734 garry owen nfr v50 14 1.11.43 761 steve hill tynedale v50 15 1.12.18 759 keith woods saltwell v50 16 1.13.20 718 rob brooks saltwell sm 17 1.14.08 722 paul kelly DFR v50 18 1.14.29 704 wayne fuller heaton sm 19 1.14.37 724 steph scott nfr fv40 20 1.14.58 731 john duff nfr v40 21 1.16.11 741 alan wallace TBH v40 22 1.17.44 730 scott gibson nfr sm 23 1.18.38 733 Bernard Kilvehan nfr v50 24 1.18.45 706 andy squires alnwick v50 25 1.19.19 756 john monozzo ua v40 26 1.19.26 744 Richard galad UA sm 27 1.19.27 721 will robson PB rc v40 28 1.20.15 703 Thomas bell heaton sm 29 1.20.29 763 james charlton nfr sm 30 1.20.35 737 paul appleby nfr v50 31 1.21.15 760 terry mullen fra v50 32 1.23.14 766 Marie Drowewicz nfr fv50 33 1.23.19 742 andy middleton elswick sm 34 1.23.36 729 iain ralphson PB rc sm 35 1.23.39 723 nina cameron nfr fv40 36 1.23.48 705 jason taylor nfr v40 37 1.24.08 732 bernie gibson PB rc fv40 38 1.24.14 745 rob shephard ua sm 39 1.24.26 717 iain armstrong saltwell sm 40 1.25.05 762 allen welsh nfr v50 41 1.26.02 736 john mackintosh ua v40 42 1.26.07 735 jane briggs Morpeth fv40 43 1.26.11 747 steve carey elswick v50 44 1.27.45 746 glen mcwilliams nfr v50 45 1.28.05 702 James Green nfr u21 46 1.28.57 720 gary M nfr v40 47 1.29.30 749 damian kiman ua v40 48 1.30.08 719 Peter reed nfr v60 49 1.30.15 712 liz gray UA sf 50 1.30.34 727 john lowes elswick sm 51 1.31.27 708 mark latham Bingley v50 52 1.31.37 710 andrew dick blackhill bounders v40 53 1.32.57 755 jill bennett elswick fv40 54 1.33.22 709 richard cavener nfr v60 55 1.37.48 758 andy russell nfr v50 56 1.39.29 743 nick burdon NE VETS v60 57 1.41.06 711 lisa boyd heaton fv40 58 1.42.33 728 karen ogle PB rc v40 59 1.42.50 726 andrea clarke PB rc fv40 60 1.42.52 765 kenny mccormack claremont v60 61 1.43.00 748 andrew clark ua v50 62 1.47.10 707 Dave Beaumont nfr v50 63 1.48.10 740 jeff emmerson elswick v60 64 1.52.55 738 david gilthorpe saltwell v50 65 1.53.50 767 jane akhurst ua fv50 66 2.07.12
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Jackie had a lovely night with Julie and alan simpson Stephen had the Barbie going couldn't see for smoke but after a few drinks we had a good laugh then Samantha and mick and grace came so it was a real good night
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Annette Alan Simpson
Another day of training....... 5 years old
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Audrey Anne & Alan, thank you for another awesome Simpson summer party at your beautiful home. The Irish music also added to a fun day, love to both of you...
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All training camp practices (other than the two Family Night sessions inside PBS) will be held on the Bengals practice fields. Total capacity for the practice fields this year will include 1500 bleacher seats, plus additional room for fans to stand a Read more ... long the sidelines. No passes will be required to…
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