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Old 04-20-2014, 05:13 PM   #3341
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a detachable flying vagina,
Sounds like a marketable item
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Old 04-20-2014, 05:22 PM   #3342
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For those who give a flying fuck!
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Old 04-20-2014, 05:30 PM   #3343
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In the 1920s the house of commons passed a bill fixing the date of Easter as the second sunday in April. However the house of lords (which included quite a few bishops) voted against the bill.
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Theere was one sort of hybrid between a milk pudding and semolina which I think was perhaps Cremola - isn't that a US brand?
Cremola! I remember my mum giving me that in the Sixties. Used to have it with jam. I also recall liking 'clouds and zepellins' (bangers and mash) and rice pudding. But the thought of eating all these things now turns my stomach. After I was exposed to school dinners I went off any kind of sloppy pudding (except jelly), including custard (the skin!), mashed potato (the hard lumps!), blancmange (the skin and the lumps!) - unfortunately they had blancmange every day at my primary school and you had to eat it. There were a lot more foods I was put off besides but over the years I've undone a lot of the damage; not with the sloppy ones though. I feel sick just writing about the subject.

Just wanted to get that off my chest - or stomach. As far as Did You Know goes, looking through my own collection for examples of title tracks not on albums, I see that the Cardigans Emmerdale is not on the album so titled but on its follow-up Life; that Pulp's His 'n' Hers does not contain the track of the same name, rather that's on an EP; and that Elvis Costello released an album of country covers entitled Almost Blue - the title he also gave to an original song on his next album Imperial Bedroom, where it presumably displaced the song of the same name, forcing it out on to the b-side of a 12in single.
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Old 04-21-2014, 04:42 PM   #3346
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According to the producer of Q.I.(Quite Interesting) in a special repeated last night, Stephen Fry was not first choice as the presenter but Michael Palin. John Lloyd tried in vain to get Michael to agree to it but he refused and so at an eleventh hour plea Lloyd phoned Fry and asked him to do the pilot...the rest as they say is history Q.I. moves into it's next letter 'L' this summer. Incidentally in the pilot version were Bill Bailey(soon to be a regular), Alan Davies(who went on to be Fry's sort of comedy relief), Eddie Izzard, who would come back years later and Kit Hesketh-Harvey(of comic cabaret act Kit and the Widow), making his only appearance to date.

Regulars on the show were/are Phil Jupitus, Bill Bailey, Jo Brand, Sean Lock, Rich Hall, Jeremy Clarkson(Top Gear) Rob Brydon and Jimmy Carr. All comedians except Clarkson whom most regard as a clown anyway
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The Amazon.com supremo Jeff Bezos started off in his garage selling books by mail order and then moved onto the Internet. He also has the most awful laugh imaginable which was heard several times in last night's documentary about the company's highs & lows on BBC2.
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Longest song title I could find is "Regretting What I Said to You When You Called Me 11:00 On a Friday Morning to Tell Me that at 1:00 Friday Afternoon You're Gonna Leave Your Office, Go Downstairs, Hail a Cab to Go Out to the Airport to Catch a Plane to Go Skiing in the Alps for Two Weeks, Not that I Wanted to Go With You, I Wasn't Able to Leave Town, I'm Not a Very Good Skier, I Couldn't Expect You to Pay My Way, But After Going Out With You for Three Years I Don't Like Surprises" - Christine Lavin

Cover of the song here

The Fairport Convention song was actually number 5 on the list I found behind
  1. "Regretting..." Christine Lavin
  2. "Long Live British Democracy Which Flourishes and Is Constantly Perfected Under the Immaculate Guidance of the Great, Honourable, Generous and Correct Margaret Hilda Thatcher. She Is the Blue Sky in the Hearts of All Nations. Our People Pay Homage and Bow in Deep Respect and Gratitude to Her. The Milk of Human Kindness." - Test Dept
  3. "The Sad But True Story Of Ray Mingus, The Lumberjack Of Bulk Rock City, And His Never Slacking Stribe In Exploiting The So Far Undiscovered Areas Of The Intention To Bodily Intercourse From The Opposite Species Of His Kind, During Intake Of All The Mental Condition That Could Be Derived From Fermentation" - Rednex
  4. "Someday, in the Event That Mankind Actually Figures Out What it is That This World Revolves Around, Thousands of People are Going to Be Shocked and Perplexed to Find Out it Was Not Them. Sometimes, This Includes Me" - Chariot
Red Sparowes, an instrumental band use song-titles to tell a story. Every Red Heart Shines Toward the Red Sun is one example
Despite having no lyrics, the album (by way of its song titles) follows the story of the Great Leap Forward in Mao Zedong-era China, more specifically recounting the Great sparrow campaign, a mass killing of sparrows (along with rats, flies and mosquitoes) that fed on a portion of the harvest and were seen as pests. Peasants were encouraged to bang pots and pans to scare sparrows into continuing flight, eventually killing them from exhaustion. Whilst the harvest of the year after the campaign was larger, there was a massive rise in locust numbers in the late 1950s, as a result of the significantly lower population of sparrows, a major predator of the locust.

Along with other programs in the Great Leap Forward the great sparrow campaign caused widespread famine where, between 1959 and 1961, 38 million people died of starvation.

1. "The Great Leap Forward Poured Down Upon Us One Day Like a Mighty Storm, Suddenly and Furiously Blinding Our Senses."
2. "We Stood Transfixed in Blank Devotion as Our Leader Spoke to Us, Looking Down on Our Mute Faces with a Great, Raging, and Unseeing Eye."
3. "Like the Howling Glory of the Darkest Winds, This Voice Was Thunderous and the Words Holy, Tangling Their Way Around Our Hearts and Clutching Our Innocent Awe."
4. "A Message of Avarice Rained Down and Carried Us Away into False Dreams of Endless Riches."
5. "'Annihilate the Sparrow, That Stealer of Seed, and Our Harvests Will Abound; We Will Watch Our Wealth Flood In.'"
6. "And by Our Own Hand Did Every Last Bird Lie Silent in Their Puddles, the Air Barren of Song as the Clouds Drifted Away. For Killing Their Greatest Enemy, the Locusts Noisily Thanked Us and Turned Their Jaws Toward Our Crops, Swallowing Our Greed Whole."
7. "Millions Starved and We Became Skinnier and Skinnier, While Our Leaders Became Fatter and Fatter."
8. "Finally, as That Blazing Sun Shone Down Upon Us, Did We Know That True Enemy Was the Voice of Blind Idolatry; and Only Then Did We Begin to Think for Ourselves."
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