Can't decide on a signature? Why not Zoidberg?
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But on a serious note, terrible scene/film/franchise.
If that meant that I would never have to watch anything Star Wars related ever again, it would be a price worth paying, nearly.
Agree with the Sledger
Fascist Dictator of the Heath Davis Appreciation Society
Supporting Petone's Finest since the very start - Iain O'Brien
Adam Wheater - Another batsman off the Essex production line
Also Supporting the All Time #1 Batsman of All Time Ever - Jacques Kallis and the much maligned Peter Siddle.
Vimes tells it how it is:
Parmi | #1 draft pick | Jake King is **** | PM me for my list of CW posters you shouldn't talk cricket with in Cricket ChatCome and Paint Turtle
Not overly surprising if you'd seen him on TV lately:
BBC Sport - Snooker - Snooker legend Alex 'Hurricane' Higgins dies at 61
National Scrabble Champion 2009, 8th in 2009 World Championships, gold medal (team) at Causeway, 2011 Masters Champion
24 Hour Scrabble World Record Attempt for Charity, in aid of Daisy Chain and End Polio Now
Countdown Series 57 Champion
King of the Arcade
Reply from mods to my prank bans in public:
Reply from mods to my prank bans in private:
MSN - evil_budgie @ hotmail.co.uk
Bloke was a complete shambles but still one of my favourite sportsmen ever
Appreciate Swanneh For The Genius He Is.
Bore off, seriously.
Legend in two sports dies at 99 - Sport - NZ Herald NewsDouble international and New Zealand sporting legend Eric Tindill has died aged 99.
Tindill was the oldest surviving All Black and test cricketer.
He played both rugby and test cricket for New Zealand and also refereed test rugby and umpired test cricket.
He made his All Blacks debut on Saturday 21 September, 1935, against Yorkshire and Cumberland at Bradford in the north of England.
His first and only Test appearance came later on that same tour on January 4, 1936, against England in London. He made 14 of his 17 All Blacks appearances on that 1935-36 tour, adding three further appearances on the team's 1938 tour of Australia.
Not only was he a full international in both rugby (1935-1936) and cricket (1937-1947) but after his playing career ended he added to this distinction by refereeing Test rugby and umpiring Test cricket, as well as giving lengthy service to Wellington and New Zealand Cricket as an administrator.
He also served as a member of the NZEF during the Second World War.
- NEWSTALK ZB, AGENCIES
Sad news. Must've been one of the last living links to pre-war tests too.
99 a very good knock tho. RIP.
- As featured in The Independent.
"This is not the time for namby-pamby promising youngsters who might just do something; not the time for building for the future. Pragmatism rules and they don't come more pragmatic than Rogers."
- Victor Marks makes the case for stiff-legged and stiff-armed 35 year old left-handers in Ashes squads
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