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    So whats the latest on the GCSEers, they still calling us very rude things?
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    (Original post by The-Wi$e-One)
    is it me or can no one else find this other thread?

    mods,
    shall we make a new one of our own? when this hits ~9950?
    letsdothetimewarpagain will create a new one and close this one
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    no there is.

    its called 'countdown clock' and i get the feeling they dnt like ours, and made their own. so us taking over theres will probs not go down well....
    Its all down to who has more posts in there thread and which one has more users. I think we have more posts and users. We should get a new thread. Heck we can just make one when this finishes and in an hour it will be upto 1000 thousand posts.
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Is that true? Once when I went to get AS results I had dry mouth and I ate something tis was ok/.
    well according to my source it is
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    ^This
    Chill guys, go to bed.
    Lol.

    We're the night shift. It's all cool.
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    letsdothetimewarpagain will create a new one and close this one
    cheers!
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    letsdothetimewarpagain will create a new one and close this one
    Oh right cool. I'll spread the word. We have like a thousand users posting here lol.
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    I really fancy a Pizza Hut now...
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    I'll sort it tomorrow if it hasn't been sorted before I'm up...
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    (Original post by random-ray)
    So whats the latest on the GCSEers, they still calling us very rude things?
    Apparently we are pedophiles/sexists/fascists etc etc?
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Oh right cool. I'll spread the word. We have like a thousand users posting here lol.
    LET OUR PEOPLE KNOW!!
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    (Original post by random-ray)
    mate see my earlier post.........sharks are immune to ALL known diseases hehe
    Sharks are not immune to all known diseases. They can get cancer. Instead, their immune system is just weird. They appear to be more resistant to cancer, as cancer cells in sharks do not grow as fast - the cancer cells' ability to feed themselves with blood is inhibited. But that does not mean they are immune to all cancers.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shark#P...misconceptions

    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_sharks...y_know_disease

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...2014456AAcbHnZ

    http://www.elasmo-research.org/educa...immunology.htm
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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    I'll sort it tomorrow if it hasn't been sorted before I'm up...
    lazy
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    another random, but worring fact:

    The average person spends about 2 years on the phone in a lifetime.

    linkage to lots more random facts.

    the random facts depository
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    Not heard of that....
    Snake pass.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_Pass

    The Snake Pass is the name given to the higher reaches of the A57 road where it crosses the Peak District between Manchester and Sheffield in the north of England.
    More specifically, the name usually refers to the section between the town of Glossop and the Ladybower reservoir, where the road passes over the high ground between the moorland plateaux of Kinder Scout and Bleaklow (the highest point is 521 metres (1,710 ft) above sea level). This section is exceptionally scenic—the view at the start of the descent into Glossop is quite remarkable, on a clear day offering beautiful views over the city of Manchester, which is 10 miles away.
    The road was first built as a toll road in 1820 as the most direct route between the two cities. In the 20th century the more northerly route of the Woodhead Pass, which is less steep and at a lower altitude, became the primary road link between Manchester and Sheffield.
    The Snake Pass passes through the National Trust's High Peak Estate, and lies within the High Peak borough of Derbyshire. Much of it falls within the Hope Woodlands parish.
    The road has a poor accident record.[1] In winter, the road is often the first of the available routes between Sheffield and Manchester to be closed due to snow in the area. There are areas where the road surface has very poor skid resistance and a number of bends have adverse camber.
    On 25 January 2008, a landslip due to heavy rain caused the road to be closed to all traffic between Ladybower and Glossop, although access was still available to local premises and businesses including the Snake Pass Inn.[2] As of 11 March 2008, the road has been opened again, but with temporary traffic lights at the point of the slip restricting traffic to one direction at a time and it is expected that repairs will not be completed until August 2008.
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    Apparently we are pedophiles/sexists/fascists etc etc?
    yea i heard bout that, whats with that? thats going a tad far
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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    I'll sort it tomorrow if it hasn't been sorted before I'm up...
    If a new thread is gonna be made for us or whatever, can it have the same title with like a Part.2 or Cont. on the end or something.

    Just so everyone knows where to go thats all

    Please and Thank Yous x
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    (Original post by Magnum Opus)
    ^This
    Chill guys, go to bed.
    I suffer from panic disorder , I’ve just take some diazepam but it’s not working .
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    Lol.

    We're the night shift. It's all cool.
    No, YOU GUYS are the night shift. I'm part of the day shift, who just hasn't left yet. :sigh:
    I wish I could sleep - I have to be up at 8:15...
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    If a new thread is gonna be made for us or whatever, can it have the same title with like a Part.2 or Cont. on the end or something.

    Just so everyone knows where to go thats all

    Please and Thank Yous x
    I agree. Same name with like a part2 would look rather cool.
 
 
 
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