ovenwash

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About ovenwash

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  • Birthday 04/07/1977

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  1. There is still the civil case against collywer Bristol due in October unless whyte is charged before
  2. Twat or Wind up??
  3. The story was leaked by Dundee hibs, Who we had to ask permission to speak to Daly as he is still there player until the summer. Then it was confirmed by his agent. People should read whats has happened rather than trying too blame out manager.
  4. Papradon in the 3.30 16-1 Each way
  5. Franklin Roosevelt in the 3pm scudamore/pipe in shit hot form and 2nd in the first.
  6. Gers benefit to win Amirico for the place
  7. Beyond a toss pot, He makes no remarks about the "underclass'' in english fitba just scots. Everyone knows hes a no mark prick.
  8. Thats the way i see it. If you use the word bastard after Fenian or h** then it becomes legally an offence. But the word Fenian or h** on its own is not an offence
  9. Greenslade launched a smear campaign against Arthur Scargill when he was editor of the Mirror. All of which was lies that he has now admitted. http://www.powerbase.info/index.php/Roy_Greenslade He also rigged the spot the ball in the Mirror. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3858013/.html The man has no credability By DAN SALES A JOURNALISM professor yesterday admitted he once rigged a newspaper’s £1million spot the ball competition. Ex Mirror editor ... Roy Greenslade Former Daily Mirror editor Roy Greenslade, 64, was quizzed at the Leveson Inquiry into newspaper behaviour. The con is thought to have made it impossible for anyone to win the Mirror’s £1million prize. mpu Greenslade — who now blogs for The Guardian — previously confessed to the scam in a book he wrote. He had questioned ex-News of the World editor Phil Hall about why he left the newspaper. But Hall demanded: “Maybe Roy can tell us first how he fixed the spot the ball competition when he edited the Daily Mirror.” Greenslade, who blogs on politics, news and the media, said: “It is an episode of journalism I feel absolutely terribly sorry about. Mea culpa, mea culpa.” He told all in his 1992 book Maxwell’s Fall, about the newspaper tycoon, and admitted it again in 2006. Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3858013/.html#ixzz2DQLmzojE
  10. Thomson has not a shred of credability left He will always find a slant to suit his own agenda, Hence when there is not a jot of evidence to support his claim of being threatened, then its a cover up by the police. He will always look for bits to suit his story rather than report the truth! No mark Journalist