Monthly Archives: August 2005

Telegraph Fantasy Football password and progress report

More action in the premiership transfer market, taking some of my team away (again). The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday August 31st, for anyone who’s in the same need, is LUCKY. My team has been doing pretty well over … Continue reading

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No goal-scoring ability: Leyton Orient 0-1 Shrewsbury

It was a pretty poor performance with virtually nobody wanting to take a shot at goal from anywhere. Plenty of passing around midfield, and plenty of running around in circles, but the Shrewsbury keeper only had to make two saves … Continue reading

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Cannonball man flies over border

I liked this story about a human Cannonball being shot over the Mexican border. The whole family seem to be into it. his son, two daughters and a cousin are all regularly fired from one of five cannons they own … Continue reading

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Press Your Luck

This is a good story about a guy called Michael Larsen who entered an American quiz show called “Press Your Luck” and managed to work his way up to a record prize. Press Your Luck

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Jol signs new contract with Spurs

The news that Martin Jol has signed a three year extension to his Spurs contract is very good, I reckon. He seems well suited to the club and they’ve made a good start to the season. To be honest, there’s … Continue reading

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Someone sent me some information on Breatharianism. The philosophy is that if air was pure then we could live on it alone without having to eat or drink anything solid and that thousands of years ago this is exactly what … Continue reading

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Fantasy football – two week update

After two weeks and only 2 matches (for most Premiership teams) I’m only in the middle of our super league with 70 points. This isn’t too bad as the first place only has 85 at the moment. So far I … Continue reading

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It woz the referee wot won it: Leyton Orient 1-3 Luton

Orient played particularly well for three quarters of the match last night but some seriously dodgy decisions knocked any real chance we had of even drawing against a side two leagues higher on the head. Luton missed a couple of … Continue reading

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Friends Of The Orient business networking club

I’ve just come back from the second Friends Of The Orient meeting. Friends of the Orient is set up to enable businesses connected with Leyton Orient Football Club to network, swap contacts and generate leads, and ultimately to drive revenue … Continue reading

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Create wallpaper on the K750i

It’s fairly easy to make your own wallpaper for the Sony Ericsson K750i: Find an image on your PC Resize it to 176 pixels wide by 220 pixels high Save it somewhere Copy it into the Phone Memory/Phone memory/Pictures folder … Continue reading

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