Added by Paul 01 January 2005 14:52
OK. Darts isn't the best thing about Christmas time. But it's not far off.
The Guardian has put together an article explaining how it should be properly enjoyed.
Added by Paul 01 January 2005 15:08
A somewhat amusing rant about Astrology by a fella called Maddox.
Added by Paul 01 January 2005 19:39
"Forty-five percent of Americans also believe that God created human beings pretty much in their present form about 10,000 years ago."
Added by Paul 01 January 2005 19:46
My favourite sport. Apart from darts of course.
An excellent article.
Added by Paul 04 January 2005 09:38
Another article from Les. A bolder article in my view, peppered with trademark humour.
The title certainly caused a couple of knowing, but appreciative, groans.
Added by Paul 04 January 2005 14:02
The Edge asked "third culture scientists and science-minded thinkers" the question
"WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE IS TRUE EVEN THOUGH YOU CANNOT PROVE IT?"
Added by Nathan 05 January 2005 14:56
Very helpful site if you know anyone in career Doldrums & good for its graduate target audience too.
Added by Paul 06 January 2005 09:04
Who's the man? About time we had some more Michael, but it's a bit tricky out of season.
Anyway, he has donated £5m to the tsunami appeal.
Added by Dave 07 January 2005 13:50
as decided by Yahoo, the derelict London site is brilliant.
Added by Paul 07 January 2005 14:03
Some wonderful soul has subscribed me to Private Eye. And have kept it secret. Presumably an anonymous gift for services to mankind. Ha.
Anyway, this little gem made me laugh. (Your favourite man Val if I'm not much mistaken)
Added by Paul 11 January 2005 09:03
A video of the new release; Looking as you are.
My favourite on the album I think.
Added by Dave 11 January 2005 17:26
It was a just a mistake he says. The cameraman caught my arm in the middle of a wave. Looks like a facist salute to me. And he is a self confessed admirer of Mussolini
Added by Paul 12 January 2005 12:15
Don't fear - there's nay filth here.
Instead a collection of theme tunes from TV programmes of yore.
Added by Dave 12 January 2005 13:05
Amusing article, epecially the comment at the bottom
Added by Paul 12 January 2005 13:14
The most disturbing was I've seen burgers advertised.
Added by Dave 12 January 2005 15:59
Pete's launched his own range of tablets - very good for vitality in men apparently
Added by Dave 13 January 2005 10:56
Added by Paul 14 January 2005 17:26
(Yet) another catholic caught with "his hand in the till" as it were.
The inclusion of the church picture is purely decorative.
Added by Paul 20 January 2005 11:35
I think it's an old site that has been revampled. Very dedicated effort in which case.
There's a section of improbable lookalikes too.
Added by Nathan 21 January 2005 08:59
Allofmp3 seam to have got greedy so here is an alternative
Added by Rachel 21 January 2005 09:57
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Added by Paul 22 January 2005 11:40
I think I've run out of superlatives for our Les.
Anyway, a "round-up" I believe it's called of alternative cities served by low-cost airlines.
Added by Paul 30 January 2005 18:27
Christ. You can't say anything these days.
Rodney Marsh (admittedly a little annoying on Soccer Saturday) has been sacked for making, in my opinion, a pretty innocuous joke about the Asian Tsunami.
According to the BBC
The ex-Manchester City striker, 60, joked David Beckham had turned down a move to Newcastle United because of trouble with the "Toon Army in Asia"
Surely this is a massive over-sensitivity.
Added by Paul 31 January 2005 13:18
"The smartest way to buy books on the web it says".
Worth checking for the literate among you.
Thanks to a back on form cuppatea
Added by Paul 31 January 2005 13:33
1 lady owner, etc, etc.
Too good to miss.