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why is todays game of bowls more super?

Dont get why there is such a big fuss about it

posted on 4/2/13

The bbc have highlight of it thats why..

posted on 9/8/13

I can remember when Ernest Saunders was sent to prison when the former British business manager, best known as one of the "Guinness Four", a group of businessmen who attempted fraudulently to manipulate the share price of the Guinness company. He was sentenced to five years' imprisonment, but released after 10 months incarceration as his doctors and family told the Establishment he suffering from Alzheimer's disease which is incurable. As such he was released and within 3 weeks he made a full recovery. The only man ever in the history of the disease to recover....Yeah!!...if you say so.

Just watch PC suddenly become fit and well again as Wigan visit Oakwell next week. Big business, Court appearances and ''illness'' as the basic defence is all too easy to fake when your liberty is on the line....and you have the dosh to pay the best defence money can buy. PC knew that right from the off.

comment by RB&W (U2335)

posted on 19/8/13

dont know what u are on about......but bowls is the only sport you can win a Gold medal smoking a pipe?

posted on 19/8/13

First-class passengers were given copies of "The White Star Music Book" containing 352 songs so they could make requests. The musicians had to know all the titles.

comment by RB&W (U2335)

posted on 19/8/13

Braveheart how many times are you going to post that?

posted on 20/8/13

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posted on 23/6/14

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posted on 24/1/15

Antarctica: Scientists discover fish living below 2,500 feet of ice in Whillans Ice Stream glacier

posted on 9/5/15

Some of the staff are very rude and abrupt tried to charge us £23 more on our bill if I hadn't of noticed.... Shocking service food cold wrong food brought to table wrong drinks and had to wait 10 mins for them to bring new drinks never again

posted on 21/11/15

Peter Dimmock - the first presenter of Grandstand, Sportsview and the Sports Personality of the Year awards - has died aged 94.

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