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About Jack Wayne

Don't worry I'm not trying to be a Legitimate blogger.........no time for it and no money in it, just have fun.
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  1. waverly says:

    What happened to neb ? Is he still writing his oratory on the Republicans ?

    • Fluffed Up says:

      Oh, no. He could be gone for days if that’s the case….

      • waverly says:

        Oh, I was kinda looking forward to it 😦

        • fi says:

          have you watched Life on Mars yet?

          • waverly says:

            Can’t say that I have, is it a drama or comedy ?

            • fi says:

              Drama, very good, watch out for it!

            • fi says:

              I hope this works!
              From Amazon.co.uk
              How would the modern face of policing cope in the land of The Sweeney? That’s the question posed by Life on Mars, as DI Sam Tyler (John Simm) a modern cop transported back to 1973 after a nasty car accident. There, he finds himself dealing with the significantly rougher attitudes and behaviours of “old-school” British policing, as exemplified by his new boss, DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister). It’s a fish-out-of-water story, as Tyler attempts to teach his new colleagues some very modern methods, while attempting to get used to sheepskin jackets, wide lapels and man-made fibres.
              This first series of the hugely successful BBC programme sets the scene and introduces the characters that make up Tyler’s new world, but stumbles a bit by trying too hard to explain exactly how he got there (the “coma” subplot just gets in the way). Life on Mars is at its best when Glenister is on screen–he’s bigoted, chauvinistic and aggressive, and goes through each episode alternately bellowing or scowling. But he’s a product of his times, and in his heart, all he wants is to catch the bad guys. For Tyler, it’s all about the means, while for Hunt it’s all about the ends. They may not like each other much, but their on-screen chemistry is undeniable, and just one of the things that make this excellent series so watchable. –Ted Kord

    • There might be a Nebraska game on.

  2. fi says:

    Every now and again, folk are asked to vote on their fave comedy clip, this always wins.
    Its great!

  3. Coppernicus says:

    Wow…Talk about idiotic ignorance…Safe to assume Joe hasn’t had any liberal arts classes?

    Joe The Plumber: ‘Wanting A White Republican President Doesn’t Make You Racist,’ It ‘Makes You American’

  4. Hi, you beloved baybeees!

  5. My son just called, and I’ll be taking off with him for a bit. See you guys later!

  6. Jacko latent says:

    Told you it was only a short walk. Sorry I got roped into family quality time. If you guys can hold on a bit I will treat you to another of my videos, you know the ones you love so much 🙄

  7. Jacko latent says:

    Fee can we get pix of Angus in different poses?

  8. majorwiblit says:

    Deborah’s Theme (Once Upon a Time in America)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuyYc0gINbU .

  9. majorwiblit says:

    Prairie Wedding — Mark Knopfler
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr6Mb1j0VNk .

  10. majorwiblit says:

    Temple Of The Dog – Hunger Strike
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUb450Alpps .

  11. majorwiblit says:

    The Victory of Malala Yousafzai
    She didn’t win a Nobel Prize Friday, but she attained a greater triumph.

    http://www.alternet.org/world/victory-malala-yousafzai

  12. nebdem says:

    Incoming! (Red Alert) Incoming! (Red Alert)

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