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BIGDAN

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  1. BIGDAN

    What are you watching on TV now?

    BBC NEWS LONDONS BURNING MY HOME TOWN OF WOOLWICH IS DEVESTATED THANKS, AND YOU CALL YOURSELF CIVILISED REGARDS DANNY
  2. BIGDAN

    Soap Opera's and Talk shows

    Hi Kev, We don't need a Soap Opera mate, we live it every day. Very Kind Regards, Danny
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    SHOULD WE STILL BUY NEWSPAPERS

    Hi Kev, A Black Gunman gets killed by the Cops and now all Hell breaks loose, Rioting, Looting, 26 Police Injured, 50+ Arrested, as for my opinion? i would be banned for giving it, but you can tell where i stand, to destroy your own neighbourhood is beyond me, we need Syrian Policing at the moment. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-14423942'>http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-14423942 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ Very Kind Regards, Danny
  4. BIGDAN

    Al Pacino vs. Robert DeNiro

    Hi Brad, you talking to me? Kind Regards, Danny
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    SHOULD WE STILL BUY NEWSPAPERS

    Hi Knebby, You might like Mr Morgan, but the day he gets his cumuppence i'll toast the Judge, Morgan is lower than pond life as far as i'm concerned, it will all come out in the end, not only him but all Editors can be held accountable as to why so many of us English Citizens have become apathertic about News in this Great Country of ours, i gave up hope many years ago, that they would change that is, and the recent news from Tottenham makes me feel even more convinced that i would be better off leaving this country for more civilised climes. Kind Regards, Danny PS, AMERICA? i didnt mean you.
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    SHOULD WE STILL BUY NEWSPAPERS

    Hi Zeppy, glad you're back on. Newspapers are like toilet rolls, when you need to wipe your arse they are invaluable, but as for news? i would rather use other mediums, i have survived buying newspapers for 30 years (More actually) and i cannot see me buying one sometime soon, not sorry either. Kind Regards, Danny PS, Come on the Wolves.
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    SHOULD WE STILL BUY NEWSPAPERS

    Hi Silver, Its about time the rich stopped marrying, you would have thought they were more intelligent than that wouldn't you? My own Misses is the most beautiful person i have ever known both inside as well as outside and would never do me wrong, so i think i/she picked right. Kind Regards, Danny
  8. BIGDAN

    Last Zeppelin Song You Ever Play

    "WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS"
  9. BIGDAN

    What Made You Happy today?

    Thanks Jabe, but LITTLEDAN is Leo's Dad, i wanted to call Leo, BABYDAN the THIRD, but i was overuled, but Leo is just fine. LITTLEDAN is a BIG Led Zeppelin Fan and i have no doubt BABYDAN the THIRD aka Leo will be a Big Fan as well, even if i have to leave my entire Led Zeppelin collection to him to make sure. Kind Regards, Danny
  10. BIGDAN

    2012 the end of the Mayan calender

    Hi Slave, Thought this might interest you. http://www.greatdreams.com/2012.htm Kind Regards, Danny
  11. BIGDAN

    What Made You Happy today?

    PST, it WAS a secret, now its outta the bag. but dont let that worry you. Thanks for saying, Leo is keeping Kate and Cathy (step Gran) awake all night, and i'm back home worrying. Kind Regards, Danny PS, Cheers Ally and all for you're thoughts, Baby Leonidas roars like a Lion and poo's like an Elephant, i want to put a piece in plastic and wear it like a necklace but Kate isnt so sure.
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    SHOULD WE STILL BUY NEWSPAPERS

    Heather Mills accuses the Mirror of phone hacking. http://news.sky.com/...rticle/16043342 Heather Mills has claimed that a top Mirror Group journalist admitted hacking her phone while she was in a relationship with Sir Paul McCartney, blowing open the scandal that until now has involved just News of the World. Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills arrive at a party in New York in 2001 In 2001 the former Beatles songwriter left a message for his then-girlfriend on her mobile, and later that day the journalist allegedly called up Miss Mills and quoted from it. The 43-year-old claimed on BBC2's Newsnight that when she asked how the unnamed journalist knew what the message said they admitted her voice mailbox had been hacked. Miss Mills, who married Sir Paul in 2002 and divorced him six years later, said the journalist "started quoting verbatim the messages from my machine". She told Newsnight that she challenged the journalist and said: "You've obviously hacked my phone and if you do anything with this story ... I'll go to the police." There was absolutely no honest way that Piers Morgan could have obtained that tape that he has so proudly bragged about unless they had gone into my voice messages. Heather Mills on Newsnight She said they responded: "OK, OK, yeah we did hear it on your voice messages, I won't run it." A spokesman for the programme insisted that the journalist in question was not Piers Morgan, editor of the Daily Mirror at the time. The spokesman, however, did say that the message in question appeared to be the same as one which Mr Morgan later admitted to hearing. Five years ago, in his Daily Mail column, Mr Morgan referred to listening to a recorded voice mail which Sir Paul had left for Miss Mills. Piers Morgan wrote that he had listen to a message from Sir Paul He wrote: "At one stage I was played a tape of a message Paul had left for Heather on her mobile phone". "It was heartbreaking," Mr Morgan continued. "The couple had clearly had a tiff, Heather had fled to India, and Paul was pleading with her to come back. He sounded lonely, miserable and desperate, and even sang We Can Work It Out into the answer phone." If Miss Mills' claim is proved, the call Mr Morgan listened to had been hacked, and a fellow Mirror Group Newspapers journalist had tried to use it, the spokesman said. Ms Mills said: "There was absolutely no honest way that Piers Morgan could have obtained that tape that he has so proudly bragged about unless they had gone into my voice messages." Miss Mills is seen leaving divorce court in 2008 A Trinity Mirror spokesman said on Wednesday evening: "Our position is clear. All our journalists work within the criminal law and the PCC code of conduct." In a statement issued through CNN, Mr Morgan said: "Heather Mills has made unsubstantiated claims about a conversation she may or may not have had with a senior executive from a Trinity Mirror newspaper in 2001. "The BBC has confirmed to me that this executive was not employed by the Daily Mirror. I have no knowledge of any conversation any executive from other newspapers at Trinity Mirror may or may not have had with Heather Mills. "What I can say and have knowledge of is that Sir Paul McCartney asserted that Heather Mills illegally intercepted his telephones, and leaked confidential material to the media. This is well documented, and was stated in their divorce case. Rio Ferdinand and Ulrika Jonsson claim that their phones were hacked "To reiterate, I have never hacked a phone, told anyone to hack a phone, nor to my knowledge published any story obtained from the hacking of a phone." In addition England footballer Rio Ferdinand and TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson also believe they were hacked by the Mirror Group, according to Newsnight.
  13. BIGDAN

    Ireland Thread!

    Jealous? Me? Never. Regards, Danny
  14. BIGDAN

    How to keep your wife/signifigant other happy?

    Might be the lack of Sunshine you suffer from in Scotland. Regards, Danny
  15. BIGDAN

    Ireland Thread!

    The only problem is that the Irish dont want it, the Social Security Payments would bankrupt them. Regards, Danny PS, The Irish started it way back in the 4th Century with their Raiding of the English Coast, then the English beat them back, and they didnt like it, just like the Jocks didnt like it when they got theire's at Culloden, Up the English.
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