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Tune’s of the day 22/12/09

December 22, 2009
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Today is a good day – tune of the day part 2… 21/12/09

December 21, 2009

TUNNNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEEE…………. Check out her myspace!!

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Tune of the day

December 21, 2009

Stolen the idea from Intent2Supply – some grovey fellas rocking the london area!! – respect!!

I know it aint originally from them – but check them out …

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iPhone 3GS – Tesco Mobile – interest

December 20, 2009

iPhone prices
& tariffs
Tesco Mobile

Pay As You Go Pay Monthly
Triple your credit

Top-up £15 a month
& get £30 FREE credit

Top-up £20 a month
& get £40 FREE credit

£60 of calls & text

12 months

£20 a month

Unlimited calls & text

24 months

£60 a month

Web & Wi-Fi
inc. BT Openzone Wi-Fi (UK)
Unlimited
for 12 months
Unlimited
for 12 months
Unlimited
for 24 months
iPhone prices
8GB 8GB iPhone 3G £342 £222 FREE
16GB 16GB iPhone 3GS £440 £320 FREE
32GB 32GB iPhone 3GS £538 £407 £50
Call rates Half price to your 5 favourite numbers. Calls 10p per min. Texts 5p each.
Low, flat rates to any UK network, any time. Calls 20p per min. Texts 10p each.

Both tariffs: Call 282 to register your 5 favourite numbers. Flat rate, 5 favourite numbers, free credit, ‘Unlimited calls & texts’ and ‘£60 of calls and texts’ is for calls/ texts to UK mobiles, 01, 02 and 03 numbers only. Max call costs: 08-20ppm/070 personal numbers 50ppm. Existing customers must change tariff. 12/24 month Unlimited Web and Wi-Fi including BT Openzone Wi-Fi (UK) access: fair use policy applies. Starts within 24 hours of activation. Subject to network coverage. After 12/24 months charges will apply to BT Openzone access. Pay monthly: Minimum term contract applies. Unlimited calls and texts: £500 fair use policy applies. Pay as you go: Also available with £10 top-up, which gives you £10 free credit. Free credit is given once a month, 48 hours after top-up and is valid for 1 month. Full terms / prices: tescomobile.com.

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The Cove | TakePart Social Action Network: Controversial Issues, Activism, Environmental, Human Rights, Political News

December 3, 2009

The Secret is Out. Spread the Word.

The Cove exposes the slaughter of more than 20,000 dolphins and porpoises in Taiji, Japan every year, and how their meat, containing toxic levels of mercury, is being sold as food in Japan and other parts of Asia, often labeled as whale meat. The majority of the world is not aware this is happening as the Taiji cove is blocked off from the public. The focus of the Social Action Campaign for The Cove is to create worldwide awareness of this annual practice as well as the dangers of eating seafood contaminated with mercury and to pressure those in power to put an end to the slaughter.

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Pete Adams Blog

December 3, 2009

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BLENDED DESIGN
http://www.blendedesign.co.uk is a website where graphics, illustration and general randomness are blended together and made available to you as one of your 5 a day.
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Having Fun With Fugazi On Stage

December 3, 2009

(Originally written by – Chunklet)

Y’know, it’s funny. Around 1990, I was convinced that there were no better live bands on the planet than Fugazi and The Jesus Lizard. And here it is almost 20 years later and I spent many a night following the latter across the planet (just like the ol’ days) and I got to have my post-teenager sentiments reinforced as I watched four men all hovering around fifty years old fucking sweep the floor with their younger counterparts asses on a nightly basis. No question about it.

One thing I didn’t particularly enjoy at these shows were the jag bags that were crowd surfing. I know, I know. I’m a fucking drag for saying that, but when Yow does it, he’s a professional. When some yahoo with lumberjack boots does it, people get clobbered in the noggin. Sorry, it’s the truth and it’s lame. But man, I remember Fugazi. I remember Fugazi telling people not to do it. And looking back on it, I think what a loving request it was. Even when I was 19 or 20, I’d deal with the jocks being violent, but Fugazi stood their ground and defended the majority of a crowd that wanted to enjoy themselves and not get injured in the process.

Ice cream eatin’ motherfuckers…

So it was with great pleasure when James Burns contacted me to tell me he had assembled a 40+ minute montage of Fugazi stage banter. And is it sad that I could name which shows some of the banter came from? That’s sad, right? Anyway….

Please enjoy and (if you’re old enough) remember how blissfully intense their shows were. God, when will ATP get FUGAZI to reunite?! I’ll be there, front and center.

Fugazi – Having Fun On Stage With Fugazi
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