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  1. "Oh give it a rest" Sorry to have to point out the obvious but I was answering Knebbys question not yours if thats alright with you?
  2. Maybe because America and many Americans have become so very insular, they are fixated with 9/11 and the 3000 deaths that day and seem to forget the millions of deaths that the Terror organisation called the CIA has caused worldwide.
  3. Strider, is that clearer for you? neither Electrophile or myself are saying he isn't dead, but a little proof would be nice, its not as if every other person that the US government murdered was'nt laid out in a coffin for all to witness as being actualy dead, and lets face facts, Washington keeps changing the story by the hour, lies, dam lies followed by even more lies, same old same old, this is why no one outside the US can believe a word your governments say and why you have no credibility in the wider world. Edit to add, Great Britain suffers from the same Government spin as well so you are not alone.
  4. Hi 'kiwi' All your hard work payed off, now time to let off a bit of steam & have FUN. Well done you have earned a break. Cate
  5. Has the back lash started already...5 men Held under Terrorism Act, after being Arrested close to Sellar field Nucular site in Cumbria.?
  6. Very Witty my dear, very witty indeed, but until I see the bullet ridden corpse I'll remain a sceptic if thats alright with you?
  7. So where is the " photographic evidence of his dead body"? With something as serious and far reaching as this I think most sane people, after all the hysteria is over, would require some tangable hard evidence to back up the usual lies that all politicians are prone to tell. Not saying it didnt happen but I want to see some proof, talk is cheap. (I only use tin foil to wrap up the turkey, otherwise my head gets to dam hot. LOL)
  8. Is there actually any hard evidence that he is dead as yet? So far all we have had is news reports stating he is dead, no hard facts or evidence. The fact that they have already disposed of his body seems a bit iffy to me. How could anyone have gotten His DNA, prior to his death? and had it tested so quickly to get a match. It is all moving a bit too quick for my liking.
  9. Great News, but don't become to complacent... There will always be another Radical to take his place. Sadly we still need to be very careful..
  10. Yes it is I, I'm just leaving to go to Clarence House where no doubt one will find more time to post.
  11. cate

    ANZAC Day

    What a lovely heart felt Tribute,'Reggie'.
  12. Lots of Chocolate Eggs......Yummy
  13. Looks like you will be living on T.V dinners/ Take aways for the weekend...... Hope Mrs Ally has a great time... I know I will.......Bye for now.
  14. Heading out of London for the Easter break........... Going to my weekend holiday home, be waking up to birds singing instead of, Emergency Services Sirens............ BLISS Wishing Every 1 a Happy Easter x
  15. "GLEE". Yes some of you may mock, they are dealing with a subject that is relivant to young people today... Sex and relationship Issues. Lets face it how many of us oldies had good "Education" where Sex was concerened.. So if young people take note of the message the show is putting across, that can only be for the good of Society...
  16. Being up every 2 hours all night with my 23 year old son, doing Blood test after he picked up a sickness bug. As he has Diabetes.... So tired...
  17. Hi 'slave', yes this is "MISSISSIPPI MUD PIE", it contains about a million calories a slice . Enjoy with caution......
  18. FOR THE BASE 300g/10½oz bourbon biscuits, crushed75g/2½oz butter, melted For the filling 85g/3oz dark chocolate, minimum 70 per cent cocoa solids85g/3oz butter2 free-range eggs85g/3oz muscovado sugar100ml/3½oz double cream For the fudge sauce 150g/5½oz dark chocolate, minimum 70 per cent cocoa solids150ml/5½fl oz double cream, plus extra to serve3 tbsp golden syrup175g/6oz icing sugar, sieved Preparation method Preheat the oven to 180C/365F/Gas 4. Mix the biscuits and melted butter together in a bowl. Press the mixture into the base and sides of a 23cm/9in springfrom tin. Chill in the fridge for 10 minutes. For the filling, melt the chocolate and butter together in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water. (Do not let the base of the bowl touch the water). Technique: Melting chocolate Watch technique1:07 mins Meanwhile, whisk the eggs and sugar together in a bowl for 5-6 minutes, or until thick and creamy. Fold in the cream and melted chocolate mixture. Pour into the chilled springform tin and bake in the oven for 40-50 minutes, or until just set. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool completely. Meanwhile, for the fudge sauce, heat all of the fudge sauce ingredients in a saucepan, stirring regularly, over a medium heat until the mixture is smooth and glossy. Set aside to cool for 5 minutes. spread the sauce over the cooled pie and chill in the fridge for 20mins. Serve with double cream.
  19. Thanks 4 the add x

  20. They most certainly are, hope you have enjoyed your unexpected gifts. cate
  21. Just getting my daily fix of "NCIS"
  22. Cheers 4 the friendship x

  23. Thanks 4 adding me missy x

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