Wanger the Brazilian "star" switches from incapacity to inability benefit
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We've also got Weasel, Wiener, Weighty, Warbler, Whinger & Wankers.
Thanks Golgo don
t know what Id do with out you ,are you there now ?
I need a break away too maybe January Thailand
Yep...found out that the airport is named after the older Bush, rather than the younger one, which is a bit better I suppose.
I guess the Americans are keener to name airports after people than British. (I can only think of Liverpool John Lennon Airport).
Once you've started naming airports after presidents, I expect they all want one.
Hopefully in the UK we'll stick to musicians.
"Birmingham Simon le Bon Airport" anyone?
"Bristol Massive Attack Airport"?
I did ask when I was in the US last why they liked to name things, such as roads, after people who were still alive.
"Well, we've got a lot of roads, and not much history" was the honest answer.
As for airports, may I suggest
London Stanstead -> Jade Goody International Airport
john wayne airport orange county dulles ,(forget where)
is it warm ?
Bristol Massive Attack Airport"? ???? massive bristols sound better in honour of benny Hill
Have a good time .
@ bonjonelson - Love "Jade Goody International"...would add a bit of class to Stansted, that would
@ arrghgarry - It was quite warm around lunch time, getting up to 25C (77F). Unseasonably hot, the lady in the bar told me last night. Drove down to Galveston and had a look at the sea. Had to pick up Japanese colleague from George Bush Aiport at 2pm, though. It's a work trip so meetings Monday/Tuesday then fly back Wednesday.
Coool love a job like that ,do you enjoy it ? Did you see the guy who visited 138 countries 50 million airmiles.]
Doncaster airport is named Robin Hood.
I should know because Sathnam Sanghera once went on a diatribe about this in the FT, what with it being nowhere near Sherwood Forest, and I got a smartarse letter published in response saying that actually the Robin Hood legend began in Yorkshire.
I think someone told Russell Crowe that Robin Hood was Irish and brought up watching daily episodes of Neighbours.
Actually he could be Irish. They seem to be taking money off people.
Speaking of Wagner, he must have been delighted when someone told him there was a pile of white stuff outside his front door.
He was known as Robin of Loxley and Loxley is a surburb of Sheffield .
@ arrghgarry - it's a rare thing indeed, this trip, and not indicative of my normal routine. If I go abroad for work at all, it's usually a 24 hour round trip to some industrial region of Germany, humming The Ride of the Valkyries as I glide into Frankfurt or Dresden...which brings us back to Wagner.
Is this a ticker yet, then, or what?
I don`t think so ,I rarely look at the front page .Just by looking online the show looks a nightmare ,I only ever enjoyed the first stages with all the crazees.
Is it car related ,as I was breaking up an industrial size oven today I was thinkng I have to do something else.It still nice though getting away and having foreign food and such ,I am or was hoping to see the PL highlights ,looks like the daughter is into a film called Yamato
@ arrghgarry - not car-related no...you'll like this actually...our biggest market is renewable energy (solar panel production)...
Hey Golgo, your job sounds like mine - I'm also planning a one-day raid on Frankfurt in a couple of weeks. I'd do a 'just like my grandad in 1944' gag here, but he was excused war service because of his poor eyesight.
I'll get my coat.
I think solar energy is good ,I used to take away the old systems from one company when they replaced them with Eco cute .
If the cells are cilica (sand )why can
t they make them really cheap and bring down the price or Governments subsidize them .I am guessing the panels dont need maintainence ,where as the wind turbines do ..
There is a company in japan that sells small wind turbines for roofs in Japan ,but they are just too inefficient
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