December 20, 2005 at 22:17 #4104ZozMember
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The Bravery. Technically stumbled upon them in 2004 but they did very well this year and I got to see them live in uncannily fate-like circumstances for free….one of the best nights ever. Brilliant gig. <br>Moscow Flyer<br>Kicking King<br>Harchibald<br>Hardy Eustace<br>Star Wars III<br>That picture in the Independent of George Bush trying to open a locked door at a press conference<br>Chelsea FC<br>The return of decent music to the charts<br>The Editors album The Back Room<br>Ouija Board<br>Sargeant Cecil<br>Frank Lampard<br>Realising that the blonde fit one who used to present Blue Peter now works for Sky Sports News and wears a suit….it’s now okay to fancy the guy so I think I might. Hurrah.
No doubt I’ll add more as they spring to mind. Who be next?
(Edited by Zoz at 10:18 pm on Dec. 20, 2005)December 21, 2005 at 13:03 #95967MeshaheerMember
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The summer term at Uni – simply the best! :biggrin: <br>Shamardal<br>Dubawi<br>Hedgehunter’s National and the whole build up<br>My MP3 Player<br>Wireless broadband<br>Joining Exeter CF (Conservative Future :biggrin: )<br>Little Britain and the Catherine Tate Show<br>The hot weather in June and the snow in November<br>The Descent (decent horror flick!)<br>Backing King Coal at 20-1 at Exeter<br>Good food, plenty of wine and excellent friends!<br>The Monsoon clothes range – improving my look all round lol.
(Edited by Meshaheer at 1:03 pm on Dec. 21, 2005)December 21, 2005 at 14:12 #95968graysonscolumnParticipant
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Quote: from Meshaheer on 1:03 pm on Dec. 21, 2005[br]Joining Exeter CF (Conservative Future :biggrin: )
<br>Conservative Future – a whopper of an oxymoron, surely :biggrin:
Jeremy<br>(Cardigan and Slippers Party)<br>
(Edited by graysonscolumn at 2:14 pm on Dec. 21, 2005)
The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.December 21, 2005 at 14:45 #95971Scottish JamieParticipant
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Middleham on good friday.<br>New Seeker<br>Penzance<br>We are scientists<br>Arctic Monkeys<br>Building my new pigeon loft<br>Walter Smith saving Scotland from further humiliation<br>Spoons<br>Roger’s ProfanisaurusDecember 21, 2005 at 21:17 #95972dave jayMember
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No civilian casualties in Falluja – that’s right, not one, according to the yanks. War is finally becoming a surrealist trip, on the Home Front.
Britian’s Presidency of the European Union – it’s over before anyone knew it had started.
Starting a permanent job – this is the first year I have been ‘on the cards’ since I was 20 .. 22 years ago.
Scotland not qualifying for the world cup.
The New Orleans flood – they prepare for 5 years for a major disaster, get a spot of rain and end up eating each other.
Brown’s down-grading of economic growth forecast.December 22, 2005 at 16:12 #95973KotkijetMember
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The peak of US imperialism – now they’re no longer willing to charge into Iran or Latin America because they are beginning to realise that the third world actually hates them with a passion. Took them long enough to figure it out like but now I can make a start on focusing my anger on China.December 22, 2005 at 22:38 #95975jairducochetfanMember
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Arctic Monkeys<br>Sleeping Night<br>Fernando Alonso<br>David Cameron<br>Peep Show<br>Worst Week Of My Life<br>Hustle<br>Simon Cowell<br>Black Jack Ketchum<br>Chico Slimari<br>December 23, 2005 at 12:50 #95976stevedvgMember
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I think it’s been a pretty crap year when it comes to the major categories:
world events<br>UK events<br>racing<br>music
But the following stand out:
The Ashes series<br>The Killers at live 8<br>Kicking King in the Gold Cup<br>The Killers’ version of "Ruby don’t take your love to town"
SteveDecember 23, 2005 at 13:19 #95978gambleParticipant
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Most significant sporting event – The Olympics coming to London
Least significant sporting event – The Ashes Series
Most disappointing event of the year – England qualifying for the World Cup
2nd Most disappointing event of the year – England getting a cushy draw for the World Cup following their ridiculously easy qualification group.
(Edited by cormack15 at 3:41 pm on Dec. 23, 2005)December 23, 2005 at 19:46 #95980dave jayMember
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Nice one GH .. I’d forgotten about Galloway, that was a great highlight.December 31, 2005 at 22:23 #95981robnorthParticipant
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Didcot Town winning the FA Vase….team, management and supporters ‘in the zone’ on one unforgettable May afternoon at White Hart Lane!January 1, 2006 at 12:16 #95982davidbradyMember
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The birth of my first born (James) on January 14th.January 1, 2006 at 17:51 #95984lollys mateMember
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Still being under 40.<br> Becoming captain of the golf club for 2006.<br> London Wasps winning their 3rd title in a row.<br> Harrows new temple being started.<br> <br> I loved the last one coz its being built by Indians and they even make the cowboys look good. Might be finished by 2010. :biggrin: <br>January 4, 2006 at 15:14 #95986roryParticipant
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….that’s "finely honed athletes" then.
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