Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
The song is called "Blow Me Away" by Breaking Benjamin.
Monday, February 25, 2008
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Thursday, February 21, 2008
This video is an awesome tribute to one of the greatest matches in prowrestling history when Kurt Angle defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Undertaker at No Way Out 2006. The song is called "Someday" by Nickelback.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
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Friday, February 15, 2008
The report, based on the findings of former military chiefs, diplomats and analysts, concluded:
It said another parliamentary committee should seek to build consensus and identify security weaknesses.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Go read them NOW!
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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Friday, February 08, 2008
Thursday, February 07, 2008
I am not bigoted against al-Islam in general, but I must also be objective and state that 'modern' Islam as enforced by far too many so-called Muslims is as intolorant, barbaric and inhuman as medieval Christianity and until the Islamic world realises this and makes a real and concerted effort to reform their attitudes towards each other and the 'people of Kuff' (non-believers), we non-Muslims should ourselves be as uncompromising towards their own uncompromising bigotry, violence, racism and intolorance.
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
The schoolgates will close for the last time later this year.
Phil Redmond devised the series in 1978 and it went on to become a national institution. But it no longer reflects the lives of schoolchildren in contemporary Britain, according to the BBC.
CBBC controller Anne Gilchrist said: "Part of CBBC's reputation for reflecting contemporary Britain back to UK children has been built upon Phil Redmond's brilliantly realised idea and, of course, it's sad to say goodbye to such a much-loved institution.
"The lives of children have changed a great deal since Grange Hill began and we owe it to our audience to reflect this.
"We're actively seeking out new and exciting ways of bringing social realism to the CBBC audience through drama and other genres."
These include two Newsround specials tackling divorce and knife crime.
Jon East, head of CBBC Drama, said: "For 30 years, Grange Hill has become a byword for realistic and contemporary children's drama. It's now time to apply what we've learned over the years to some of the new ideas we're exploring."
Redmond recently accused the BBC of ruining Grange Hill by turning it into a show for younger children. In an interview last month, he said he would not be celebrating the programme's 30th anniversary. "The BBC has abandoned what Grange Hill was about in order to attract viewers aged six to 12 rather than its traditional 13-plus constituency, so there's nothing to celebrate," he said.
The final series will feature its youngest pupils to date, from Year 6.