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  • Midway through the story have the new hotshot murdered by the riddler, batman trys to prevent the murder. the police show up and gordon is forced to shoot batman (who falls in slow motion off the building and in to the river).

    Contest: Where Could The Dark Knight Go Next? « FirstShowing.net

  • And 20-30 years from now, it’s certain possible that the interests of the current Democratic coalition will have evolved to the point where they’re no longer compatible, but for the near future, it seems pretty solid, and gordon is just whistling past the graveyard of the American political party he wishes he were a member of. majii Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Politics Without Minorities

  • So that will be all the steak bakes sold out in Leith then? gordon aka smoker and proud, edinburgh 28/11/2009 11: 59: 32 yup julesf the end of the steak bake as we know it is nigh!

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  • Alice Cooper, gordon aka smoker and proud, edinburgh 24/11/2009 13: 45: 14 village people? does that mean we have to sing ymca with the actions when we go there?

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  • Just wait until the council elections and the people will decide. gordon aka smoker and proud

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  • Where's all the people who stated that there was absolutely no hope that the street would be opened in time? gordon aka smoker and proud, edinburgh 26/11/2009 12: 49: 45

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  • Why should we pay for their bungling? gordon aka smoker and proud, edinburgh

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  • It was stupid to claim they had done over 30thou worth of criminal damage when all they did was paint 'gordon' on the tower.

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  • Labels: gordon brown, labour leadership, parliamentary labour party, zombies

    Parliamentary Labour Party gives backing to PM

  • Labels: cabinet reshuffle, gordon brown, labour leadership, mps 'expenses

    Horror in Browntown

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  • A wild fowl. --Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.

    May 20, 2011