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Pagey_17

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  1. Browsing the web and caught this post from 2010. Dont know if its been discredited seen as i have not posted in years. http://doggoneblog.com/2010/04/06/the-toronto-rock-pile/
  2. English is nauseatingly simplifying itself at the moment through text messaging and word processing etc. I wonder what my Anglo-Scandinavian forefathers of Northumbria would think if exposed to English nowadays.
  3. I hope the soundboard revolution continues with Tempe 77
  4. He also mentions somewhere in the book about a meeting with Page & Plant and saying "we left quickly because they CAN cause riots" or something along those lines. Edit: its in his diaries 70-79 i think
  5. In Yorkshire we do not all work down coal mines, or talk within via an unintelligible Norse inspired version of the English language. Or for that matter walk upon windswept moorlands looking for our Catherine's or Heathcliffs. In fact contrary to popular belief, we are quite cosmopolitan outward looking people nowadays.
  6. Just saying hi and bye......I might get banned from here because of that DICKHEAD of Anjun who provoked me:):)!!! It was good meeting you and supporting a good cause...beautiful women:):)

    ROCK ON:)

  7. Great to hear should have happened a long time ago though. They always knew he was in NW Pakistan but botched the response via invading sovereign nations. Good for the US which has largely been in limbo since the attacks on Sep 11. Plus you have a shuttle launch to look forward to so is this the resurgence of the United States?!!!
  8. "The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States."
  9. I have not used the NHS in 10 years, the free lunch theory is a myth you pay for it via punitive levels of taxation.
  10. An excellent synopsis of the nightmares of the contemporary political situation in the UK. I have had to pay for this wedding today and i was not invited :-(. I want American citizenship or is the American dream dead now??!
  11. So ironic that Americans find this all amazing, there is a very good reason why Americans don't have our monarchy, one of the few things Americans could still be respected for! It's a dishonor to your great founding fathers when young american girls reject the stars and stripes and prance around London with a union flag hoping to "nab" prince Harry. Surely monarchy goes against the FORMER principles of the USA i.e. Liberty, Freedom and all born as equal.
  12. good stuff
  13. Just bought the newspaper its merely a 5 page feature talking mainly about mysticism and jimmys enigmatic persona. Not for the more well informed fan.
  14. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00pxrtn/6_Music_at_Christmas_Jimmy_Page_and_the_BBC_Sessions_Episode_2/ Broadcast today
  15. The UK's largest haul of Anglo-Saxon gold has been discovered buried beneath a field in Staffordshire. The hoard, believed to date back to the seventh century, contains around 5kg of gold and 2.5kg of silver, far bigger than previous finds - including the Sutton Hoo burial site. The staggering discovery by a 55-year-old metal detector enthusiast on private farmland will redefine perceptions of Anglo-Saxon England, experts predict. Terry Herbert, from Burntwood, Staffordshire, came across the hoard as he searched a field near his home with his trusty 14-year-old detector. A coroner today officially declared the haul to be treasure. The ruling by South Staffordshire coroner Andrew Haigh means the haul of at least 1,345 items will now be valued by a committee of experts before being offered for sale.