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Stramash last won the day on August 2 2013

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  1. Me too. But some of the expats are right arseholes (not ones called Rob)
  2. And that attitude is why 90% of the world think you are wankers and why we are laughing as your country slowly imploded. First secession in USA by 2040 max
  3. Stramash

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    Rob has a very shiny helmet
  4. There are plans for a new culinary venture in Bangkok that may have netizens and animal lovers alike reaching for their keyboards in indignation. Controversial South African chef Pieter Van Grap plans on opening his new high end venue ‘Rariteit’ (‘Rarity’ In Afrikaans) sometime in September 2013 with negotiations at an advanced stage for a central location Van Grap himself describes as ‘simply stunning with unrivalled cityscape views’. So what exactly is the controversy surrounding a new eatery in a city renowned for fusion and experimentation existing alongside traditional menus? Quite simp
  5. [h=1]Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami[/h]Mayor of Namie invites Google's cameras in to stop world forgetting twin disasters of tsunami then nuclear meltdown The Fukushima town of Namie, captured by Google Street View. Photograph: Google Two years after Fukushima's triple nuclear meltdown forced tens of thousands of residents to flee, it is possible to take a virtual journey deep into the exclusion zone to one of the towns they left behind. Google Street View has published striking images of the devastation visited on Namie by the March 2011 tsunami and nuc
  6. [h=1]Fukushima town revealed in Google Street View two years after tsunami[/h]Mayor of Namie invites Google's cameras in to stop world forgetting twin disasters of tsunami then nuclear meltdown The Fukushima town of Namie, captured by Google Street View. Photograph: Google Two years after Fukushima's triple nuclear meltdown forced tens of thousands of residents to flee, it is possible to take a virtual journey deep into the exclusion zone to one of the towns they left behind. Google Street View has published striking images of the devastation visited on Namie by the March 2011 tsunami and nuc
  7. Have to say; loving this cover version. :twisted::twisted:
  8. Have to say; loving this cover version. :twisted::twisted:
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