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Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:13:05
Лето - на пизду одето
Сап, харкач. Как проёбываешьводишь лето? Я - пикрелейтед.


Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:13:32
>>52003224
Бамп

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:14:48
Фу, там же муравьи, букашки и прочий гнёт! Фу!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:14:59
>>52003261
розовое порося-чмо

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:15:07
>>52003224
Ты один что ли лол?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:15:32
>>52003331
мамкин долбоеб

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:15:51
>>52003331
Доёбывали только мошки. на крайняк можно попшикать траву чем-нибудь от насекомых.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:16:57
>>52003348
ваще лашара)) то ли дело мы с тяночками и друзьяшками собрались там, погуляли, шошлычки, водочка, по людски все:DDD

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:18:17
>>52003447
Всё как у ЕРОХИНЫХ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:19:02
>>52003402
Бля, я бы расплакался от одиночества. Мамку бы хоть свою взял подышать.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:20:08
>>52003547
А мне норм.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:20:08
>>52003224
Пью кофе с медовиком, только что встал. Пойду мясо заготавливать на неделю. А еще у нас ебаный ливень.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:20:39
>>52003224
ОП, что ты забыл посреди поля? Возникало желание подрочить?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:22:04
>>52003637
Да, шишка вставала от мыслей. 8 день без фапа, поэтому я и отправился гулять по лесам, по полям, чтоб отвлечься.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:22:57
>>52003224
Охуенно брать с собой наркотиков и упарываться на природе в одного.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:23:46
>>52003327
Смарите НЛО!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:24:05
>>52003796
Все по рен-тв!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:24:12
>>52003224
Сена на зиму накосил? Дрова наготовил? Комаров и кузнечиков много?(идешь по траве, а они распрыгиваются перед тобой)

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:24:22
Пинаю хуи. От скуки думаю где-то подзаработать. Где можно заработать битарду, который ничего не умеет да и не хочет.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:24:36
Качаюсь, играю на гитаре, помогаю бате с ремонтом, гуляю с тянкой.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:24:50
>>52003748
Двачую этого. надо только психоделики брать.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:25:16
>>52003818
Комаров нет, жара ебаная. Они сейчас в оврагах и у водоёмов обитают. Кузнечики есть.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:25:33
Я бы отсосал тебе и полизал пузику :3 У меня аж встал :3

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:25:48
>>52003224
> Как проёбываешьводишь лето?
Курьером работаю.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:26:54
>>52003833
Эталонное быдлецо, из палаты мер и весов, не иначе.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:27:13
>>52003883
наркоту возишь?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:27:26
>>52003547
Но он не один, у него же есть мы. Ананимуз на природе с друзяшками-ананимузами.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:28:51
>>52003858
> Комаров нет, жара ебаная.
Попизди мне тут. К вечеру тебя со всех сторон будут атаковать тысячи их.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:29:06
>>52003947
Неа.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:29:16
>>52003947
Шмот всякий ношу. Тима нубская, летающего курьера не купили- а я блядь носись туда да сюда.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:29:43
>>52003224
Учу водить машину, ночами играю, планирую потом работать, как права получу. Скучно.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:29:53
>>52003224
Покажи хуец.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:30:19
>>52003858
>Комаров нет
Вечером за тобой будет гонятся стая комаров и мошек. Желаю тебе как нибудь укрыться от них.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:30:45
>>52004080
Нет. Я не такой.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:31:05
>>52003224
Эх, анон. Я переехал учиться в хохлэнд. Все друзья остались в том городе. Изредка кто-то в аську пишет. Одиночество полная хрень. Без друзей и знакомых просто разлагаюсь. Плюньте говном в социоблядь.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:31:25
>>52003402
ЕБААААТЬ ДЕБИЛ, ВЫШЕЛ ОДИН В ПОЛЕ ОТ БЕЗЫСХОДНОСТИ, УЁБИЩЕ
Живу возле леса и реки, хуй один куда выхожу в ту сторону кроме как к воднику

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:34:04
>>52004148
>кроме как к воднику
А что это?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:34:04
>>52003224
Да ещё и пиздец какое уёбищное поджиревшее хуйло в труселях, растянутых жирным батей, не иначе. Ну ты и вырожденец.
Я ДАЮ ТЕБЕ ШАНС СКАЗАТЬ ПРО САЖУ С КАРТИНКОЙ, И ТЕМ САМЫМ ВОССТАНОВИТЬСЯ В СОБСТВЕННЫХ ГЛАЗАХ, ПИТАРДИЧЕСКАЯ ГНИЛЬ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:34:54
>>52004148
Смарите-ка. Инвалид в треде))) ахахаха)) безногий )

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:35:15
>>52004263
Господи, мамин ты хуй.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:35:19
>>52004263
ГаЗ-39371 "Водник"

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:35:39
>>52004264
>сажа с картинкой
фейспалм.жпг

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:36:34
>>52003224
Я на море с середины августа по середину сентября. :3

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:36:43
покажи хуец или завайпаю тред

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:36:58
>>52003870
А я просто рядом полежать хочу.

мимо-тян

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:38:15
>>52004401
Рядом с такими стильными труханами? Это не ты себе в пизду свечку вставляла, уёбище криворылое?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:38:56
>>52004401
Да еще этот запах... От оп-пика так и веет этим запахом природы.
мимо-петян

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:39:04
>>52004460
Няша, зачем ты такой злой и обзываешься на рандомных людей?
Мне плевать, какие у него трусы. Я на природу хочу.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:39:54
MSIA
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Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:09
>>52004501
Это мой способ смотреть на мир.
Если я чую, что человек убогий - я должен ему об этом сказать незамедлительно.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:12
Necklace problem
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This article is about identifying the order of jewels on a necklace. For the combinatorial fair division problem, see Necklace splitting problem.
The necklace problem is a problem in recreational mathematics, solved in the early 21st century.
Contents [hide]
1 Formulation
2 Solution
3 References
4 See also
Formulation[edit]

The necklace problem involves the reconstruction of a necklace of n beads, each of which is either black or white, from partial information. A k-configuration in a necklace is a subset of k positions in the necklace; two configurations are isomorphic if one can be obtained from the other by a rotation of the necklace. At stage k of the reconstruction process, the partial information available at that stage is a count, for each k-configuration, of the number of k-configurations that are isomorphic to it and that contain only black beads. The necklace problem is: given n, how many stages are needed (in the worst case) in order to reconstruct the precise pattern of black and white beads in the original necklace?
Solution[edit]

Alon, Caro, Krasikov and Roditty showed that 1 + log2(n) is sufficient, using a cleverly enhanced inclusion-exclusion principle.
Radcliffe and Scott showed that if n is prime, 3 is sufficient, and for any n, 9 times the number of prime factors of n is sufficient.
Pebody showed that for any n, 6 is sufficient.
References[edit]

Alon, N.; Caro, Y.; Krasikov, I.; Roditty, Y. (1989). "Combinatorial reconstruction problems". J. Combin. Theory Ser. B 47: 153161. doi:10.1016/0095-8956(89)90016-6.
Radcliffe, A. J.; Scott, A. D. (1998). "Reconstructing subsets of Zn". J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 83: 169187. doi:10.1006/jcta.1998.2870.
Pebody, Luke (2004). "The reconstructibility of finite abelian groups". Combin. Probab. Comput. 13: 867892. doi:10.1017/S0963548303005807.
Pebody, Luke (2007). "Reconstructing Odd Necklaces". Combin. Probab. Comput. 16: 503514. doi:10.1017/S0963548306007875.
Paul K. Stockmeyer (1974). "The charm bracelet problem and its applications". Lecture Notes in Mathematics 406: 339349. doi:10.1007/BFb0066456.
See also[edit]

Necklace (combinatorics)

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:26
>>52004460
>2013 год
>дрочить на моду и стиль

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:30
Ronald Reagan filmography
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back of man sitting in a director's chair

Ronald Reagan as the host of General Electric Theater
Ronald Reagan's filmography includes many motion pictures and television episodes. Reagan's acting career began in 1937 when he contracted with Warner Bros. Apart from his absence during World War II, he would make most of his movies with Warner Bros. With the studio he starred in such films as Dark Victory, Knute Rockne, All American and Kings Row which was nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award in 1942.
During World War II Reagan served in the Army Air Force, assigned to the film production unit. He acted and narrated military training films such as Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter and Beyond the Line of Duty, the latter of which later won the Academy Award for Best Short film. He returned to acting after the war but never achieved stardom. In 1952 he married fellow actress Nancy Davis.
As film roles began to dwindle in the late 1950s, he turned to television, where he hosted and acted in a number of programs, most notably the General Electric Theatre. His acting career came to an end in 1965, and he became active in politics, being elected to two terms as Governor of California, and then serving two terms as President of the United States.
Contents [hide]
1 Entertainment career
2 Films
3 Television
4 See also
5 References
6 Further reading
7 External links
Entertainment career[edit]

Reagan, born in Illinois, moved to California and took a screen test in 1937 that led to a seven-year contract with Warner Bros.[1] He spent the first few years of his Hollywood career in the "B film" unit, where, Reagan joked, the producers "didn't want them good, they wanted them Thursday".[2] While sometimes overshadowed by other actors, Reagan's screen performances did receive many good reviews.[2]
His first screen credit was the starring role in the 1937 movie Love Is on the Air, and by the end of 1939 he had already appeared in 19 films.[3] In 1938 he starred alongside Jane Wyman in Brother Rat. They married in 1940, having a child, Maureen, and adopting a son, Michael. The marriage ended in divorce in 1948.[4]
None of you ever knew George Gipp. It was long before your time. But you know what a tradition he is at Notre Dame... And the last thing he said to me "Rock," he said "sometime, when the team is up against it and the breaks are beating the boys tell them to go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper... I don't know where I'll be then, Rock", he said "but I'll know about it and I'll be happy."
Pat O'Brien as Knute Rockne[5]
Before Santa Fe Trail in 1940, he played the role of George "The Gipper" Gipp in the film Knute Rockne, All American; from it, he acquired the lifelong nickname "the Gipper".[6] In 1941 exhibitors voted him the fifth most popular star from the younger generation in Hollywood.[7] Reagan's favorite acting role was as a double amputee in 1942's Kings Row,[8] in which he recites the line, "Where's the rest of me?", later used as the title of his 1965 autobiography.[9] Many film critics considered Kings Row to be his best movie,[9] though the film was condemned by The New York Times critic Bosley Crowther.[10][11] Although Reagan considered Kings Row the film that "made me a star",[12] he was unable to capitalize on his success because he was ordered to active duty two months after its release, and never regained the "stardom" which he had previously enjoyed.[12]
After the outbreak of war, Reagan, an officer in the Army Reserve, was ordered to active duty in April 1942.[13] Upon the approval of the Army Air Force (AAF), he was transferred to the AAF and was assigned to the First Motion Picture Unit (officially, the 18th AAF Base Unit) in Culver City, California.[14] In January 1943, he was sent to the Provisional Task Force Show Unit of This Is The Army at Burbank, California.[14] He returned to the First Motion Picture Unit after completing this duty and was promoted to Captain.[15] By the end of the war, his units had produced some 400 training films for the AAF[15] including Beyond the Line of Duty, The Rear Gunner, and This is the Army.
Following military service Reagan resumed his film work. In 1947 Reagan was elected to the position of president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG).[16] He was subsequently chosen by the membership to serve seven additional one-year terms, from 1947 to 1952 and in 1959.[16] Reagan led SAG through eventful years that were marked by labor-management disputes, the Taft-Hartley Act, House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) hearings and the Hollywood blacklist era.[16]
He met fellow star Nancy Davis in 1950 and they married two years later; the marriage, one of the closest in U.S. political history,[17] resulted in two children: Patti and Ron.[17] Reagan continued his acting career, making films such as The Voice of the Turtle, Bedtime for Bonzo, The Winning Team and Cattle Queen of Montana. Though an early critic of television, Reagan landed fewer film roles in the late 1950s and decided to join the medium.[2] He was hired as the host of General Electric Theater, a series of weekly dramas that became very popular.[2] His contract required him to tour General Electric (GE) plants 16 weeks out of the year, often demanding of him 14 speeches per day.[2] Eventually, the ratings for Reagan's show fell off and GE dropped Reagan in 1962.[18] Reagan, a liberal Democrat, soon began to embrace the conservative views of General Electric's officials,[19][20] in particular those of Lemuel Boulware. The GE executive championed the core tenets of modern American conservatism: free markets, anticommunism, lower taxes, and limited government.[21] After General Electric Theatre, Reagan became a politician and in 1980 was elected to President of the United States.
Throughout his film career, his mother often answered much of his fan mail.[22] Ronald Reagan was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame when the walk was dedicated on February 9, 1960.[23]
Films

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:35
>>52004554
Кажется, с твоим чутьем что-то не так.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:40:47
J™r¤me Leroy (composer)
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J™r¤me Leroy
Jerome Leroy.png
Background information
Born September 2, 1981 (age 31)
Paris, France
Genres Classical, film music
Occupations Composer, conductor, orchestrator
Years active 1995-present
J™r¤me Leroy (born on September 2, 1981) is a film composer, orchestrator and conductor currently living in Los Angeles, U.S.
Contents [hide]
1 Early life and family
2 Berklee College of Music
3 Hollywood
4 79th Academy Awards
5 Notable works
5.1 Film music orchestrations
5.2 Short films
6 Notes
7 References
8 External links
Early life and family[edit]

J™r¤me Leroy was born on September 2, 1981, in Paris, France. He was first introduced to music as a young child playing the piano. He started serious study and practice at age five and at age fourteen turned to composition.
Leroy attended high school at Lyc™e Claude Monet in Paris, where he took traditional music history classes with Annick Chartreux, a French conductor and composer, and performed in numerous concerts as a pianist and singer. The growth of the Internet in these years pushed him to keep in touch with new technologies, giving him useful technical skills early on.
After having written various chamber pieces in his teens (his minimalist duology, 2017, was premiered at the Conservatoire Municipal de Paris Maurice Ravel and at Lyc™e Claude Monet in 1999), he applied in 2001 for the Berklee College of Music in Boston, for which he was awarded the 'Berklee Entering Student Scholarship'.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:41:02
arly life and family[edit]

J™r¤me Leroy was born on September 2, 1981, in Paris, France. He was first introduced to music as a young child playing the piano. He started serious study and practice at age five and at age fourteen turned to composition.
Leroy attended high school at Lyc™e Claude Monet in Paris, where he took traditional music history classes with Annick Chartreux, a French conductor and composer, and performed in numerous concerts as a pianist and singer. The growth of the Internet in these years pushed him to keep in touch with new technologies, giving him useful technical skills early on.
After having written various chamber pieces in his teens (his minimalist duology, 2017, was premiered at the Conservatoire Municipal de Paris Maurice Ravel and at Lyc™e Claude Monet in 1999), he applied in 2001 for the Berklee College of Music in Boston, for which he was awarded the 'Berklee Entering Student Scholarship'.
Berklee College of Music[edit]



J™r¤me Leroy rehearsing the College Repertory Orchestra at Berklee.
At Berklee, his Invention in G was selected by the Berklee Composition Faculty to be premiered by pianist Marti Epstein, and, in 2004, his string quartet Triage was selected to be performed by the world-class Esterhazy Quartet at Berklee's David Friend Recital Hall.
Leroy used his experience as orchestra manager to found the first student-run classical orchestra[1] at Berklee, which produced its first recording in April 2004. In fact, Leroy carefully planned out the orchestra's structure so that it would continue after his graduation.
While in Boston, he also joined a community theater company, the Longwood Players. In the spring of 2004, he was Orchestra Manager and Arranger on their production of Stephen Sondheim's Company, and was appointed conductor in Spring 2005 on their production of La Cage aux Folles.[2]
Hollywood[edit]

In May 2005, J™r¤me Leroy graduated from Berklee College of Music. Encouraged by his peers and teachers, he decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the field. Once on the West Coast of the United States, he started working as a technician for various composers. This led him to meet John Frizzell, who eventually gave him his first orchestration opportunity on a TV film (A Little Thing Called Murder), and a few weeks later on a feature film (Stay Alive).
In April 2006, Leroy started working for composer and orchestrator William Ross, (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Ladder 49, Tuck Everlasting), and did music preparation on a score composed by Alan Silvestri. Around the same period, he also re-orchestrated a suite from Conan The Barbarian (Basil Poledouris), to be performed under the composer's direction in July 2006, at the second International Film Music Conference in Љbeda, Spain.
Leroy attended Summer conducting courses at UCLA Extension in 2006, where he studied with Eimar Noone. He is also the creator of CreateFilmScores.net, an independent weblog which provides daily Film Scoring technical news to its readers, started in October 2006.[3]
Since then, Leroy focused his work on movie music orchestration with First Born in 2006, Primeval and The Reaping, composed by John Frizzell, and Feast and Finding Rintintin composed by Steve Edwards in 2007. The same year Leroy orchestrated the movie music Say It in Russian composed by Pбnar Toprak.
79th Academy Awards[edit]

In 2007 J™r¤me Leroy worked as orchestrator and assistant to music director William Ross for the 79th Academy Awards.
Notable works

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:41:17
Sega Genesis Collection
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Sega Mega Drive Collection
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Original cover art
Developer(s) Digital Eclipse Software Inc.
Publisher(s) Sega
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
PlayStation Portable
Release date(s)
NA November 16, 2006
EU February 2, 2007
AUS February 8, 2007
Genre(s) Compilation (various)
Mode(s) Single-player
multiplayer
The Sega Mega Drive Collection (known in the USA as Sega Genesis Collection) is a video game compilation for the PlayStation 2 and PSP, compiled and emulated by Digital Eclipse and released in the U.S. in 2006 and Europe and Australia in 2007. The collection includes twenty-eight (twenty-seven in the PAL versions) Sega Mega Drive/Genesis games from a variety of genres, as well as unlockable classic Sega arcade games, with different sets of arcade games for the PlayStation 2 and PSP versions.
Contents [hide]
1 List of Mega Drive/Genesis Games
2 Extras
3 Reception
4 Notes
5 References
6 External links
List of Mega Drive/Genesis Games[edit]

Titles included in the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis Collection
# Title Release Additional information
#01 Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle 1989
#02 Altered Beast 1989
#03 Bonanza Bros. 1990
#04 Columns 1990
#05 Comix Zone 1995
#06 Decap Attack 1991
#07 Ecco the Dolphin 1993
#08 Ecco: The Tides of Time 1994
#09 Ecco Jr. 1995
#10 Flicky 1991
#11 Gain Ground 1991
#12 Golden Axe 1989
#13 Golden Axe II 1991
#14 Golden Axe III 1993
#15 Kid Chameleon 1992
#16 Phantasy Star II 1989
#17 Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom 1991
#18 Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium 1994
#19 Ristar 1995
#20 Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi 1990 unavailable in the PAL release
#21 Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master 1993
#22 Sonic The Hedgehog 1991
#23 Sonic The Hedgehog 2 1992
#24 Super Thunder Blade 1988
#25 Sword of Vermilion 1990
#26 Vectorman 1995
#27 Vectorman 2 1996
#28 Virtua Fighter 2 1996 Mega Drive/Genesis version

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:42:18
2005 Bowling Green Falcons football team
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2005 Bowling Green Falcons football
Bowling green text logo.gif
Conference Mid-American Conference East
2005 record 65 (53 MAC)
Head coach Gregg Brandon
Home stadium Doyt Perry Stadium
(Capacity: 23,724)
Seasons
[ 2004 2006 k
2005 Mid-American Conference football standings
v t e Conf Overall
Team W L W L
East
Miami x 5 3 7 4
Bowling Green x 5 3 6 5
Akron xy 5 3 7 6
Ohio 3 5 4 7
Buffalo 1 7 1 10
Kent State 0 8 1 10
West
Toledo x 6 2 9 3
Northern Illinois xy 6 2 7 5
Western Michigan 5 3 7 4
Central Michigan 5 3 6 5
Ball State 4 4 4 7
Eastern Michigan 3 5 4 7
Championship: Akron 31, NIU 30
Conference champion
x Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll
The 2005 Bowling Green Falcons football team represented Bowling Green State University in the 2005 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team was coached by Gregg Brandon and played their home games in Doyt Perry Stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio. It was the 87th season of play for the Falcons.
Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 3 12:00 PM at Wisconsin* Camp Randall Stadium Madison, WI ESPN L 4256 82,138
September 10 8:00 PM at Ball State Ball State Stadium Muncie, IN W 4031 17,460
September 21 8:00 PM at Boise State* Bronco Stadium Boise, ID ESPN2 L 2048 30,561
October 1 4:00 PM Templedagger Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, OH W 707 19,462
October 8 6:00 PM Ohio Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, OH W 3814 14,177
October 15 1:30 PM at Buffalo UB Stadium Amherst, NY W 277 6,436
October 22 4:00 PM Western Michigan Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, OH BCSN L 1445 13,959
October 29 4:00 PM Akron Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, OH L 1424 9,608
November 5 2:00 PM at Kent State Dix Stadium Kent, OH (Battle for the Anniversary Award) ESPN+ W 2414 6,357
November 15 7:00 PM at Miami (OH) Yager Stadium Oxford, OH ESPN2 W 4214 5,749
November 22 7:00 PM Toledo Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, OH (Battle of I-75) ESPN2 L 4144 2OT 17,438
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time.
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References[edit]

^ http://bgsufalcons.com/schedule.aspx?schedule=39&path=football
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Venues
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Culture & lore
Freddie and Frieda Falcon "Forward Falcons" "Ay Ziggy Zoomba" Falcon Marching Band
Head coaches
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Ray Colfar
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Ray Colfar
Personal information
Full name Raymond Joseph Colfar[1]
Date of birth 4 December 1935 (age 77)
Place of birth Liverpool, England
Playing position Left Winger
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Sutton United ? (?)
19581961 Crystal Palace 41 (6)
19611962 Cambridge United ? (9)
19621964 Headington United 18 (4)
19651966 Guildford City ? (?)
19681970 Wimbledon 39 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. Appearances (Goals).
Raymond Joseph Colfar (born 4 December 1935 in Liverpool, Lancashire) is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League, as a left winger.
References[edit]

^ "Search 1837 to 2006 Birth, Marriage and Death indexes". FindMyPast.com. Retrieved 24 July 2012.
Sources
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Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:42:36
>>52004554
>>незамедлительно.
Только через интернет, да?)

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:42:37
>>52004496

Да пошли вы нахуй ебаные шлюхи. Пидовки станые. Я сам с ним полежал бы лусше и отсосал ему. А вы идите в говне полежите пидараски сраные.
Я вас блядей ненавижу.

ОПчик ты такой няша у меня просто колом встал, особенно пузика :3 Жавай познакомимся!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:42:50
Shin In-Seob
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Inseob Shin
Shin In-Seob.jpg
Personal information
Full name Shin In-Seob
Date of birth 1 June 1989 (age 24)
Place of birth Seoul, South Korea
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Attacking Midfielder
Club information
Current club Free Agent
Youth career
20072009 Konkuk University
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
20092011 Adelaide United 21 (0)
2011 Busan I'Park 0 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5 January 2012.
Appearances (Goals).
This is a Korean name; the family name is Shin.
Shin In-Seob (Hangul: ) (born 1 June 1989) also written as Inseob Shin, is a South Korean footballer.
Contents [hide]
1 Biography
1.1 Early life
1.2 Club career
1.3 Personal life
2 Career statistics
3 References
4 External links
Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]
Shin In-Seob was first introduced to football at the age of 7, when his family moved to England. He returned to South Korea 5 years later.
Club career[edit]


Shin in a pre-season game for Adelaide United
At an early stage of his career, Shin was given the opportunity to go on trial with the Crystal Palace Youth Academy for a 5-month period.[1]
Shin's first trial appearance in Adelaide United's line-up came on June 16, 2009 in a friendly against South Australian Super League side, Raiders. He again started for Adelaide on June 26, in the club's first friendly against A-League opposition for 2009, Perth Glory. On June 29, Shin signed his first professional contract with Adelaide United since leaving Konkuk University where he played in the Korean University League.[2]
Shin was set to play his first A-League match in Adelaide United's season opener on August 7, 2009; but was unable to do so as his international clearance had not been processed in time for the match.[3] As of August 11, 2009, Shin's international transfer certificate has been received by the Football Federation of Australia and he is therefore registered to play in A-League matches as of Round 2 of the 2009-10 season.[4]
Shin made his professional debut as a substitute in Adelaide United's loss to Sydney FC on August 16, 2009. He scored his first goal in a Youth League match against Melbourne Victory on September 18, 2009.[5]
In November 2010, after failing to make an impact at Adelaide, Shin decided to return to South Korea and applied for the 2011 K-League draft. On 9 November 2010, he was successfully drafted to K-League side Busan I'Park as of 2011.[6]
Personal life[edit]
As a result of his time in England, Shin is fluent in English as well as his native Korean.[7] Shin revealed that his favourite singer is K-pop artist, Wheesung and his favourite TV Show is Infinite Challenge, a Korean entertainment show, in an interview for an Australian newspaper in 2009.[8]
Career statistics

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:43:17
>>52004563
Мерзкая немытая свинья, въеби-ка помоев.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:43:20
Yorkshire Amateur A.F.C.
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Yorkshire Amateur
Club logo
Full name Yorkshire Amateur Association Football Club
Nickname(s) Ammers
Founded 1918
Ground The Bracken Edge,
Leeds
(capacity: 1550 (200 seats)[1])
Chairman Jeni French
Manager Wayne Noteman
League Northern Counties East League
Division One
201213 Northern Counties East League
Division One, 21st

Home colours

Away colours
Yorkshire Amateur A.F.C. are a football club based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. They were formed in 1918, and two years later became founding members of the Yorkshire Football League. For the 201314 season, Yorkshire Amateur are members of the Northern Counties East League Division One.
Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Ground
3 Honours
4 Gallery
5 References
6 External links
History[edit]

The club was founded as Yorkshire Amateur A.F.C. by a local man called Kolin Robertson in Leeds during November 1918. Around the time that Yorkshire Amateur formed and began playing, a local side named Leeds City became defunct; Robertson gained a lease for their ground Elland Road to play friendlies at, but by 1920 they sold it to the newly formed Leeds United for S250.
The club became one of the original founding members of the Yorkshire Football League in 192021, and played at various grounds during this period, even sharing with Harrogate Town at one point. The following year they became the first ever football club from Britain to tour the Eastern European countries of Latvia and Estonia[citation needed], in season 193031 they moved to their current home of Bracken Edge.
The most successful year in the club's history was in 193132; they reached the FA Cup 1st Round going out to Carlisle United 31, they reached the semi-finals of the FA Amateur Cup before going out to Marine 21 and were crowned champions of the Yorkshire Football League Division One.
For the second time in their history, the club reached the FA 1st Round, where they played Lincoln City in 194546. Yorkshire Amateur pulled off a 10 victory at against their Football League opposition,[2] but were squashed 51 in the second leg, ending their FA Cup dream.
Yorkshire Amateur became a founder member of the Northern Counties East League in 1982, where they still remain.
Graham Hodder was appointed first team manager in 2007 after leading the clubs U17s to winning the Supreme Premier Division Championship, the following season he led the U18s to Leeds & District Cup and league Cup success and managed the reserves that season winning the Harrogate league championship. Graham stood down in 2010 after taking over as the Barkston Ash Rep Side manager.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:00
>>52004682
Я стесняюсь.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:04
Mexico (novel)
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Mexico
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1st edition cover
Author(s) James Michener
Country United States
Language English
Genre(s) Historical novel
Publisher Random House
Publication date 1992
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 625pp.
ISBN 0-679-41649-8
Mexico is a novel by James A. Michener published in 1992.
The main action of Mexico takes place in Mexico over a three-day period in the fictional city of Toledo in 1961. The occasion is the annual bullfighting festival, at which two matadors one an acclaimed hero of the sport, the other a scrapping contender are prepared to fight to the death for fame and glory.
Through the memories of the book's narrator, Norman Clay, an American journalist of Spanish and Indian descent, Michener provides plenty of historical background, including a depiction of the gruesome human sacrifices that took place hundreds of years before on the city's periphery. The story focuses on bullfighting, but also provides great insight into Mexican culture. The reader follows the bulls from their breeding to their "sorting" to the pageantry and spectacle of the bullring, where picadors and banderilleros prepare the bull for the entrance of the matador with his red cape. The author creates one of his most memorable characters in the bullfighting "critic" Leon Ledesma, a flamboyant sportswriter who elevates bullfighting into an art form through his grandiloquent essays.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:18
>>52004743
У безногого

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:21
History of Manchester City F.C. (19652001)
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This page is about the history of Manchester City Football Club from 1965 to 2001. Other history pages related to Manchester City include History of Manchester City (18801928), History of Manchester City (19281965), History of Manchester City (2001present)
This page chronicles the history of Manchester City in further detail from 1965 to 2001. See History of Manchester City F.C. for a history overview of Manchester City.
Contents [hide]
1 The dark days (19631965)
2 The glory years (19651976)
2.1 Mercer-Allison appointment (1965)
2.2 Progress (19651966)
2.3 From 15th to champions (196768)
2.4 FA Cup triumph (196970)
2.5 Cup Winners Cup and League Cup double (1970)
2.6 Cup Winners Cup semi-final (1971)
2.7 Four point lead but throw away the championship (1972)
2.8 Joe Mercer resignation (1972)
2.9 Allison finally takes over but instability ensues (19721974)
2.10 Tony Book stability (19741979)
3 Mid-table mediocrity and relegation (19791983)
3.1 Allison returns (19791980)
3.2 John Bond takes over (19801983)
4 Decline and manager merry-go round (19841989)
5 Good progress (19871993)
6 Another decline (19931998)
7 Recovery (19982001)
7.1 Darkest days Division Three (199899)
8 See also
9 References
10 External links
The dark days (19631965)[edit]

Following relegation in 1963, George Poyser became manager and purchased Derek Kevan, Jimmy Murray and Johnny Crossan whilst promoting homegrown players Alan Oakes and Glyn Pardoe but could not arrest the decline in the club's fortunes. The nadir came on 16 January 1965, when a mere 8,015 spectators watched the team lose 21 to Swindon Town, a record low for a league match at Maine Road.[1] The club finished the season eleventh in the Second Division, at that point the lowest finish in the club's history;[2] Poyser resigned shortly before the end of the season.[3] Poyser soon resigned in Easter 1965 leaving City manager-less heading into the 196566 season.
The glory years (19651976)[edit]

Mercer-Allison appointment (1965)[edit]
See also: Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison
During the close season 19641965 the club was overhauled by chairman Albert Alexander and he appointed Joe Mercer as the club's new manager on 13 July 1965.[4] Mercer had had moderate success at Aston Villa, where he won the inaugural League Cup, but left after suffering a stroke in 1964.[5] Mercer however wanted to stay on as manager at Villa feeling he had more to give the club despite his apparent ailments, but when Mercer felt he was badly treated he decided to move on with Villa citing that the split was "by mutual consent".[5]
Consequently he needed a younger, fitter, assistant to run training sessions, and chose the flamboyant and dynamic Malcolm Allison, who had recently departed Plymouth Argyle after a spell as manager.[5] Allison had other job offers from Stanley Matthews at Port Vale, Raich Carter at Middlesbrough and Joe Mercer at City which he took after admitting he had always claimed a love of City after listening to them on the radio during the 1933 FA Cup Final.
The club also got new badge which adorned with the Red Rose of Lancashire, at a time when Manchester was in Lancashire (many see Manchester as being Lancashire today) as Greater Manchester didn't exist (until 1974).
Progress (19651966)

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:22
Тащемта, ничего интересного. Просыпаюсь, курю душ, курю, доёбываю каких-то шлюх в скайпике, пока они на меня не обидятся, курю и пиздую играть во что-нибудь. Ну а после спать. Во сне тоже курю. Пиздец кароче.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:36
The glory years (19651976)[edit]

Mercer-Allison appointment (1965)[edit]
See also: Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison
During the close season 19641965 the club was overhauled by chairman Albert Alexander and he appointed Joe Mercer as the club's new manager on 13 July 1965.[4] Mercer had had moderate success at Aston Villa, where he won the inaugural League Cup, but left after suffering a stroke in 1964.[5] Mercer however wanted to stay on as manager at Villa feeling he had more to give the club despite his apparent ailments, but when Mercer felt he was badly treated he decided to move on with Villa citing that the split was "by mutual consent".[5]
Consequently he needed a younger, fitter, assistant to run training sessions, and chose the flamboyant and dynamic Malcolm Allison, who had recently departed Plymouth Argyle after a spell as manager.[5] Allison had other job offers from Stanley Matthews at Port Vale, Raich Carter at Middlesbrough and Joe Mercer at City which he took after admitting he had always claimed a love of City after listening to them on the radio during the 1933 FA Cup Final.
The club also got new badge which adorned with the Red Rose of Lancashire, at a time when Manchester was in Lancashire (many see Manchester as being Lancashire today) as Greater Manchester didn't exist (until 1974).
Progress (19651966)[edit]
In the first season under Mercer City won the Division Two championship, and gained promotion back to the top flight whilst making important signings in Mike Summerbee and Colin Bell, who later formed a formidable partnership with Francis Lee upfront.
The following 196667 season was fairly unremarkable for City with a 15th place finish, though the team ended the season on a run of just four losses in seventeen games.
From 15th to champions (196768)[edit]
See also: 196768 Manchester City F.C. season
After Manchester United won the league title in 196667, United player Paddy Crerand bet Malcolm Allison S10 that Manchester City would never again attract crowds of 30,000.[6] His bet proved foolish and he had to pay up within weeks of the new season, as in 196768 City would go on to claim the league title.[6]
City's season opened with a 00 draw at home to Liverpool. City were awarded a penalty, but new captain Tony Book hit it wide.[7] Two defeats followed, at Southampton and Stoke. The Stoke defeat led to a tactical switch. Mike Summerbee, who played wide on the right at the start of the season, was moved to centre-forward.[8] The change reaped immediate dividends, with Summerbee playing a leading role in a 42 win against Southampton.[7] This was the first in a run of five straight wins, after which Manchester City had caught up with the league leaders.[9] During this run of wins young winger Stan Bowles made his league debut, scoring twice in a 52 win against Sheffield United.[10]
City's search for a new goalkeeper ended with the signing of Ken Mulhearn from Stockport County on 21 September, in a deal that involved City's back-up goalkeeper Alan Ogley moving in the opposite direction.[11] Harry Dowd kept goal in the next match, a 10 defeat at Arsenal,[12] but then dislocated a finger, prompting a debut for Mulhearn in the season's first Manchester derby.[11] Mulhearn was reputedly so nervous before the match that Allison locked him in the medical room until he calmed down.[11] Colin Bell scored the opener after five minutes, but two Bobby Charlton goals meant a win for United. In the second half of the match, Bowles exchanged punches with Brian Kidd, though neither man was sent off, largely thanks to the intervention of their respective captains.[13] The derby loss was followed by a third consecutive defeat, at Sunderland.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:43
>>52004743
Илья, ты ?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:52
A couple of days after the Roker Park defeat, Manchester City completed the signing of centre-forward Francis Lee from Bolton Wanderers for a club record S60,000.[14] During negotiations Mercer stated to Lee that "we feel we've got the start of a good side. We are just one player short, and we think you are that player."[15] Lee made his debut in a 20 win at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers, the start of an 11 match unbeaten run,[16] including a 60 win against Leicester City.[17]
Midway through their unbeaten run, City faced Tottenham Hotspur at home in snowy conditions, in a match televised on Match of the Day. As the teams came out onto the frozen pitch, commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme called the Manchester City team as "the most exciting team in England".[18] Aided by a modification to the studs on their boots suggested by Tony Book,[19] City produced one of the best footballing performances in their history. One Spurs player was quoted as saying, "It was extraordinary. City moved like Olympic speed skaters while we were falling around like clowns on a skid patch."[18] Tottenham took an early lead through Jimmy Greaves, but Bell equalised before half-time, and in the second half City besieged Tottenham, scoring three more times to win 41. After the match City trailed the league leaders by only a single point.[20] The match was named as Match of the Day's "Match of the Season",[20] and as the only match at Maine Road that season to be recorded for television,[21] is the foremost recorded example of the 196768 team in action.
The unbeaten run came to an end at Christmas, with back-to-back defeats in matches against West Bromwich Albion causing the club to fall to fourth place.[22] The team commenced 1968 with a seven match unbeaten run, which came to an end with a defeat at Don Revie's Leeds United. A visit to local rivals and league leaders Manchester United then followed. United took an early lead, but City rallied to win 31.
In late April, after City won 10 against Sheffield Wednesday and title rivals United lost to West Bromwich Albion, City were in a position where winning their final three games would all but guarantee the championship.[23] In the first of the three, a home match against Everton, City won 20 in a match featuring Tony Book's first league goal for the club.[24] Next was Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. City took a 30 lead before half time, eventually winning 31.[24]
Going into the final match, City were level on points with neighbours United. Liverpool were three points behind, but had a game in hand, so could still win the title if both City and United faltered.[25] City faced tenth-placed Newcastle United at St James' Park; United were at home to bottom-half Sunderland. Bookmakers made United slight favourites for the title.[26] Mike Summerbee opened the scoring on 13 minutes, but Newcastle soon equalised.[27] Neil Young made it 21, but again Newcastle equalised. A second strike by Young was disallowed for offside, and at half-time the score was 22. Straight after half-time Young scored again, and Francis Lee scored a fourth at 63 minutes.[28] A late Newcastle goal set up a nervy finish, but City held on to win 43 and secure the title.[28]
FA Cup triumph (196970)[edit]
1968-69 FA Cup Route to victory
Round Team Score Opposition
Round 3 Manchester City 10 Luton Town
Round 4 Manchester City 00 Newcastle United
Round 4 replay Manchester City 20 Newcastle United
Round 5 Manchester City 41 Blackburn Rovers
Quarter-final Manchester City 10 Tottenham
Semi-final Manchester City 10 Everton
Final Manchester City 10 Leicester City
City won the FA Cup in 1969, a victory that gave City qualification to challenge the European Cup Winners Cup the following season, which they won. The defending champions struggled in the league however and finished 13th whilst also disappointing in the European Cup, being knocked out in the first round by Fenerbah—e and the third round of the League Cup.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:44:56
>>52004750
А тебе кун сосал когда-нибудь? :3

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:45:07
FA Cup triumph (196970)[edit]
1968-69 FA Cup Route to victory
Round Team Score Opposition
Round 3 Manchester City 10 Luton Town
Round 4 Manchester City 00 Newcastle United
Round 4 replay Manchester City 20 Newcastle United
Round 5 Manchester City 41 Blackburn Rovers
Quarter-final Manchester City 10 Tottenham
Semi-final Manchester City 10 Everton
Final Manchester City 10 Leicester City
City won the FA Cup in 1969, a victory that gave City qualification to challenge the European Cup Winners Cup the following season, which they won. The defending champions struggled in the league however and finished 13th whilst also disappointing in the European Cup, being knocked out in the first round by Fenerbah—e and the third round of the League Cup.
Cup Winners Cup and League Cup double (1970)[edit]
See also: 1970 Football League Cup Final
Jeff Astle opened the scoring for Albion after five minutes, becoming the first player to score in the final of both the League Cup and FA Cup at Wembley. He had already scored in the first leg of the 1966 League Cup Final four years previously, however that was at West Ham's Boleyn Ground. City equalised through Mike Doyle to send the game into extra-time, and eventually won 21, with Glyn Pardoe scoring the winner.
Honours were shared in the league matches between the two sides during the 196970 league season, with Manchester City gaining a 21 victory at Maine Road and West Bromwich Albion winning 30 at The Hawthorns. City went on to achieve a 10th place finish in the First Division[29]
See also: 1970 European Cup Winners' Cup Final
Manchester City qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup by winning the FA Cup in the 196869 season. It was only Manchester City's second European campaign. Their maiden entry into European competition, an appearance in the 196768 European Cup, saw the club exit in the opening round. Manchester City played the away leg first in every round. Their first tie was against Spanish club Athletic Bilbao, who were themselves managed by an Englishman, Ronnie Allen.[30] In the first leg, City recovered from a two goal deficit to secure a 33 draw.[30] The home leg was a routine 30 win.
Manchester City were without winger Mike Summerbee with a leg injury that had troubled him since the League Cup Final the previous month.[31] However Summerbee was fit enough to be named as a substitute.[32]
Manchester City started strongly, particularly Francis Lee; The Guardian correspondent wrote "Lee, indefatigable and nigh irresistible continually embarrassed the Gornik defence in the early stages".[33] Lee had the first chance of the match, a close range shot which was saved by Kostka.[33] Manchester City took the lead in the 12th minute. Lee cut in from the left wing, escaping a tackle from Alfred Olek, and struck a fierce shot.[34] Goalkeeper Hubert Kostka parried the ball, only for it to land at the feet of Neil Young for a simple finish.[35] Shortly after City defender Mike Doyle sustained an ankle injury after colliding with Stefan Florenski.[35] Manchester City played on with ten men for a period as Doyle received treatment from trainer Dave Ewing, but the defender was unable to continue. Substitute Ian Bowyer replaced him.[36] The change prompted an alteration in formation, in which Colin Bell switched to a deeper position.[33] Shortly before half-time, Young won the ball after loose play from Florenski, which put him clear on goal.[34] As Young moved into the penalty area Kostka rushed out of his goal and upended him, leaving the referee no option but to give a penalty. Lee struck the spot-kick with power into the centre of the goal. Kostka's legs made contact with the ball, but the force of the shot carried it into the net to make it 20.[35][37] GЈrnik got a goal back midway through the second half, but there were no more goals and the match finished 21.
Winning manager Joe Mercer said "the heavy rain in the second half ruined the game" and that he was "quite happy with the performance of our team, although the technical level was rather low in the second half".[38]

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:45:19
>>52004682
Школьник, когда каникулы кончаются?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:45:19
Cup Winners Cup semi-final (1971)[edit]
Manchester City again impressed in the 1971 Cup Winners Cup and reached the semi-final in a hard fought quarter-final. City met GЈrnik Zabrze in the quarter-final, the team City defeated to claim the title the year before in 1970. Zabrze beat City 20 in the first leg to a jubilant crowd of 100,000 in Poland and after the match the City duo of Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee practised reverse psychology and celebrated their loss on the pitch in front of the bemused Polish supporters and players.[40] City won the return leg 20 at Maine Road to secure a replay at a neutral venue, which was Copenhagen with 12,100 City supporters making the trip to Denmark to see their team defeat Zabrze 31.[40]
The win secured a place in the semi-final against the only English team left, Chelsea FC. However City chances of progressing to the second successive final were severely hindered before the match even started with Alan Oakes, Colin Bell, Mike Doyle, Glyn Pardoe and Mike Summerbee all unavailable due to injury before the first leg.[40] It was perhaps no surprise City lost the leg at Stamford Bridge 10 and Tommy Booth and key goalkeeper Joe Corrigan were injured for the return leg at Maine Road, losing again 10.[40]
Four point lead but throw away the championship (1972)[edit]
"I have to hold my hands up I cost Manchester City the 1972 league championship."

Rodney Marsh[39] whose playing style did not suit his City team-mates
1971 brought a change in the nature of the management partnership, with Mercer taking the title of general manager, and media-friendly Allison being promoted to Team Manager. In the 197172 season City had been sailing to the championship, assembling a 4-point lead in mid-March, a large margin at a time during English football when only 2 points were awarded.
However, City's season petered out with a poor run of results at the end of the season and a fourth place finish, which many blamed on the signing of crowd-pleaser Rodney Marsh, who, despite his talent, was regarded as disrupting the balance of the team.[39]
Joe Mercer resignation (1972)[edit]
"Joe and I were a perfect partnership. Apart from the tenseness of those last few months, I think we had barely two disagreements in all the time we worked together. I never for one moment regretted working with Joe Mercer, and I know he felt the same way about working with me. We had some fabulous times together and built some fabulous teams. The Mercer-Allison years at Manchester City were the best years of my life. If Joe was still with us today, I think he'd say the same"

Malcolm Allison[41] on Joe Mercer
The close season saw the break-up of the Mercer-Allison management team, with Mercer leaving for Coventry City as his relationship with Allison deteriorated. The final straw came when Mercer claimed that his parking space and his name from his the door of his office had been removed,[42] whilst chairman Peter Swales later said, "the board had to choose between Malcolm Allison and Joe Mercer and we chose Malcolm Allison".[43] Sympathy for Mercer was stronger than for Allison who was now seen as ruthless in getting to Mercer's manager role he craved.,[43] as Allison later said on Mercer's untainted departure, "Joe had controlled his personal position with great skill. He had come out smelling roses."[42]
Despite the animosity and discord between the two, Mercer was and is still seen with great affection and his widow Norah Mercer later said that Joe Mercer's time at City was one of the most enjoyable periods of his life, adding that he loved the supporters and players at the club.[44]

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:45:38
>>52004775
Реальная история, ты не тролль?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:45:46
Allison finally takes over but instability ensues (19721974)[edit]
From 1972 to 1974 Manchester City underwent several changes both on and off the field. Businessman Peter Swales gained control of the club, and Malcolm Allison resigned midway through a poor 1972/73 season that almost saw the club relegated. Long-serving coach Johnny Hart took over the side and steered them to survival and a decent finish, which earned him the manager's position on a permanent basis at the end of the season. His term as manager proved short-lived however, as health problems forced him to quit a few months into the following season. Norwich City manager Ron Saunders was recruited as Hart's replacement, and under his management the club reached the 1974 League Cup final, which they narrowly lost. The team struggled to maintain consistency in Division One however, and Saunders was sacked with a month of the season left to go, and City not safe from relegation by any means.
Manchester City record Post Mercer under Allison, Hart, Saunders and Book (19721979)
Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Charity Shield Notes
197273 11th Fifth Round Third Round UEFA Cup First Round Winners
197374 14th Fourth Round Runners-up Did not participate Runners-up
197475 8th Third Round Third Round Did not participate Did not participate
197576 8th Fourth Round Champions Did not participate Did not participate
197677 2nd Fifth Round Second Round UEFA Cup First Round Did not participate
197778 4th Fourth Round Quarter-final UEFA Cup First Round Did not participate
197879 15th Fourth Round Quarter-final UEFA Cup Quarter-final Did not participate
Tony Book stability (19741979)[edit]
Former club captain Tony Book took charge of first team affairs, restoring some stability. Book was a loyal member of the club, even prior and after his spell as manager still remained in a variety of different roles and most importantly Book had the respect of his players and his appointment was a popular choice.[45]
City's final match of the 197374 season was against arch-rivals Manchester United, who needed to win to stand a chance of avoiding relegation. City themselves were still in with a mathematical chance of relegation, though merely avoiding defeat would put survival beyond all doubt. Former United player Denis Law scored with a backheel to give City a 10 win and confirm the relegation of their rivals.[46] The game was remembered too for Denis Law's non-celebration as he condemned his former side to the second tier of English football whilst Mancunian team-mate at City Mike Doyle could not contain his delight as he ran the length of the pitch to congratulate Law.[47]
During the 197374 close season City were a side in transition as legends Mike Summerbee and Francis Lee leaving and Denis Law retiring. Book opened the chequebook and signed Joe Royle and Asa Hartford who both proved themselves as wise buys.[45] Overall City were moderately successful during Tony Book's five-year tenure, winning the League Cup in 1976 by beating Newcastle United 21 in the final, and finishing runners-up in the League in 1977 after Liverpool pipped City to the title by 1-point. Furthermore Book had a good record in the following years in the League Cup reaching the quarter-finals on two occasions and reached the UEFA Cup quarter-finals in 1979.
Mid-table mediocrity and relegation (19791983)[edit]

Allison returns (19791980)[edit]
A long period of decline followed the success of the 1960s and 1970s. Malcolm Allison rejoined the club to become manager for the second time in 1979, but squandered large sums of money on unsuccessful signings whilst selling stars such as Asa Hartford, Gary Owen and Peter Barnes. One was the signing of Steve Daley, which broke the British transfer record. A succession of managers then followed seven in the 1980s alone. City had made a very poor start to the 198081 season, costing Malcolm Allison his job.

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Decline and manager merry-go round (19841989)[edit]

Unfortunately, a catastrophic loss of form under Benson (11 points from 19 games) saw City crash out of the First Division after losing to Luton Town on the last day of the season, when a draw would have prevented relegation.
Billy McNeill took over as manager during the summer, and after a near-miss the following season, achieved promotion in 1985. This renaissance proved short-lived however, as City barely avoided being immediately relegated in 1986, and McNeill left the club to become manager of Aston Villa a few weeks into the next season.
Jimmy Frizzell became manager for the rest of the season, but failed to prevent relegation with City finishing the season in second-bottom place and suffering relegation alongside Aston Villa and Leicester City. Frizzell then stepped down to be succeeded by Mel Machin.
Good progress (19871993)[edit]

City won promotion back to the First Division in 1989 after finishing runners-up in the Second Division under the management of Mel Machin.
198990 was a difficult season and Machin was sacked in November with relegation looking a real possibility. Probably the season's most memorable match was a 51 drubbing of locals rivals Manchester United,[50] a dejected Alex Ferguson later said it was the most humiliating managerial defeat of his career.[51] Machin was replaced by former Everton manager Howard Kendall, who achieved survival and built the foundations for a good start to the 199091 season.
But he returned to Everton in November 1990 and was replaced by 34-year-old midfielder Peter Reid. Reid's first two seasons at the helm brought fifth-place finishes, but City did not qualify for the UEFA Cup because only the second and third teams qualified for the competition in these years. City finished a respectable ninth in the inaugural Premiership but Reid lost his job after only two games of the 199394 season.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:46:05
>>52004844
Нет, не тролль. Так продолжается уже 20 дней.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:46:10
>>52004819
Мне 22 и я гей

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:46:12
Another decline (19931998)[edit]

Old Kippax
Facing the beloved Kippax stand in 1985
New Kippax
The new taller Kippax stand "the ship that never sailed" in the eyes of one resident[52]
199394 saw City's problems return as its league form slumped and they club finished 16th under new manager Brian Horton. Chairman Peter Swales buckled under pressure from fans and handed control of the club over to legendary former player Francis Lee. 199495 was hardly any better as a dismal second half of the season saw City finish 17th two places above the drop zone. Horton was sacked just before the end of the season and replaced by Southampton manager Alan Ball. Ball set about trying to rebuild City and disposed of several older players who were no longer proving effective. He drafted in several promising young players, most notably the 22-year-old Georgian midfielder Georgiou Kinkladze. But a terrible start to the season condemned City to a relegation battle which was lost on the final day.


Steve Coppell, an enigma in English football, resigned as City boss after just 6 matches and 33 days becoming Manchester City's shortest serving manager in history
City also had to say farewell to the beloved "Kippax" stand in 1994 which had to be demolished in favour of a new stand. The era of standing accommodation at Maine Road came to an end in May 1994 as the stadium became all-seater to comply with the requirements of the Taylor Report with the demolition of the Kippax Street Terrace. The final match where standing was permitted took place on 30 April 1994,[53] Chelsea the visitors for a 22 draw. Immediately prior to demolition the capacity of the Kippax terrace was 18,300.[54] A three-tier stand was built in its place, holding nearly 14,000 spectators, and on its completion in October 1995 it was of the tallest stand in the country. It was not cheap either, at a cost of S16m in 1994, four times the turnover of the club as then-chairman Francis Lee later highlighted.[55] The revamp of the Kippax was the second phase of a five-part development plan which would cost S40m[56] and increase the stadium's capacity to 45,024, however the club abandoned these plans and attention was more aimed at the ongoings on the pitch as City continued their 90s slide down English football.[56]
Ball was sacked soon after City's 199697 Division One campaign got underway, and his successor Steve Coppell resigned after just 6 matches in charge and 33 days as manager, claiming that the job was too much pressure for him.[57][58] Phil Neal took over on a caretaker basis for 10 games however he lost 7 of these and by Christmas, City were in the bottom half of Division One and had turned to former Nottingham Forest manager Frank Clark to arrest the decline. City finished 14th in the final table.
But Clark was sacked the following February with City hovering in the bottom five of Division One. Former Oldham and Everton manager Joe Royle was drafted in to replace Clark, but a 52 away win over also-doomed Stoke on the final day of the season was not enough to save them from relegation because the three other threatened teams Portsmouth, Queens Park Rangers and Port Vale all won their games. City were now a Division Two side and had slipped into the third tier of the English league for the first time in their history the first former winners of a European trophy to suffer this indignity along with Nottingham Forest and Leeds United in the following years.
Recovery (19982001)[edit]

Darkest days Division Three (199899)[edit]
After relegation, the club underwent some off-the-field upheaval, with new chairman David Bernstein taking over. City were promoted at the first attempt, albeit in typical dramatic fashion in a thrilling playoff final against Gillingham at Wembley featuring a late equalising goal by Paul Dickov to take the game to a penalty shoot-out which City won. Dickov's goal is arguably the most important in Manchester City's recent history,[59] failure to get promoted in the first season of being in the third division of football might have impaled City to the lower depths of English football for a number of years.[59][60]
In the 19992000 Division One campaign, City spent all season challenging for automatic promotion. They achieved it on the final day of the season by finishing runners-up in the division.
City's return to the Premiership saw them struggle and they were relegated after losing their penultimate game of the 200001 season the first time that all of the Premiership's relegation places had been decided before the final game. Royle was sacked after the end of the season on 21 May 2001,[61] however his sacking was not welcomed by many former City players and neither were many happy with chairman David Bernstein after Royle's future as manager was reassured regardless of relegation only weeks earlier.[62] He was replaced by the former England manager Kevin Keegan as City fell back into the lower divisions again.
See also

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:46:29
>>52004802
Нет. Я скромный. и не гей

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List of Dastaan characters
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This is a list of characters from Dastaan, a television drama written by Samira Fazal and based on the novel Bano by Razia Butt.
Contents [hide]
1 Main characters
1.1 Bano
1.2 Hassan
1.3 Rabia
1.4 Suraiya
1.5 Saleem
1.6 Basant Singh
2 Other characters
2.1 Rashida
Main characters[edit]

Bano[edit]
Main article: Bano
Sanam Baloch portrays Bano (Urdu: ШЧцш), daughter of Saliha and Naseeb, sister of Saleem and Faheem, fiance™ of Hassan and main protagonist of the story. Bano is shown at the beginning of the drama as a typical 1940's girl innocent, obedient of her parents, and extremely shy when it comes to men. She had been educated up until the tenth grade. In the beginning episodes, Bano was extremely hesitant towards any sort of interaction with Hassan, refusing to talk to him and always keeping a scarf around her head at the sight of him. But due to his loving nature, she slowly began to warm to him as the two fell in love. She was close friends with Suraiya, Hassan's aunt, since childhood, and the two stayed carefree and joking even after they became sister-in-laws. Bano was perhaps the character most impacted by the violence caused during the partition. Her condition after the traumatic events and her arrival in Pakistan has often been described as "worse than death."

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Hassan[edit]
Main article: Hassan (character)
Fawad Khan portrays Hassan (Urdu: Эгц), son of Rasheeda and maternal grandson of Miraj Sahab. Hassan studied at the Islamia College as an engineer because his mother had wished that he follow the same career path as his father. His father, who had never been mentioned by name, died when Hassan was just a child, and Rasheeda had been raising him alone ever since. Hassan's family and the Naseeb family had been close friends for decades, and considered each other more as relatives than neighbors. Hassan was portrayed as a slightly less traditional boy then was common in the 1940s, which was shown when he brought Bano with him while arranging a meeting between Saleem and Suraiya. Hassan was the nephew of Suraiya, but, with the two being only a few years apart in age, treated her more as a big sister than an aunt. He was madly in love with Bano, so much so that he refused to look at even the shadow of a woman after her assumed death, in the fear that he would be cheating on her memory. Hassan soon begins to like Rabia, and is engaged to her with the relaxation that he does not, and never will, love her as much as Bano, and that she is just the anchor that will keep him grounded to his life now that he no longer has anyone to live for.
Rabia[edit]
Mehreen Raheel portrays Rabia (Urdu: бЧШ Ч) daughter of Sultana, and a headstrong girl nearly a decade younger than Bano and Hassan. Rabia is in a different generation than the two protagonists, and she is shown as less traditional and more modern than the pair. She is a typical 1950's girl, headstrong and easily convinced. At the beginning of the show, she is shown as visiting Ludhiana during Suraiya's wedding, a plain 14 year old girl. Her mother Sultana is set on having her engaged with Hassan, and eventually causes Rabia herself to fall in love with him. Hassan is unaware of this, however, until nearly 6 years later when Rabia and her mother visit him in Lahore. The two are engaged soon after, but Hassan breaks their engagement after the return of Bano. Later, after Bano herself tells him to marry Rabia, Hassan resigns to wed Bano and the two are married.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:47:06
>>52004775
>курю, душ, курю

слоуфикс.

курю душ бля. Нулол. Вот до чего доводит скука

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Suraiya[edit]
She is called "Bhabi," or "sister-in-law" by Bano, and "Khala," or "aunt," by Hassan. Suraiya is married to Saleem, Bano's brother, right at the beginning of the show. It is shown right from the start that the two are very happy with their marriage, and love each other a lot. However, due to Hassan's political views, Saleem often fought with Suraiya. At one point he even forbid her to visit Hassan or her sister Rashida. Their marriage rode a roller coaster throughout the show, but always survived intact at the end. Suraiya and Bano were best friends since childhood, and their friendship carried on even after Suraiya was wed to Bano's brother Saleem. Suraiya was killed in the massacre that took the lives of most of her family. She jumped off the roof, the safe haven where the women were staying, when she saw Saleem fall to he floor after being stabbed in the back. She landed next to his body and the two died together.
Saleem[edit]
Saleem was Bano's eldest brother, and she mostly referred to him as "Buray Bhaiyya," or "Big Brother." They had a very loving relationship around the beginning of the novel, but things began to get rocky as Bano grew closer to Hassan. Saleem's political views were radically opposite to Hassan's, and in that time period, political views were everything. When Bano too joined the Muslim League, Saleem was outraged, and their relationship was left badly damaged. After Hassan and Bano's engagement, Saleem decided to put his rivalries aside for Bano's sake, and the two reconciled. He was married to Suraiya at the very beginning of the drama, and the two died together during the massacre that took the lives of most of their families.
Basant Singh[edit]
Basant Singh, called Basanta by his mother, was a Sikh man who was very active during the time of the partition. He was one of the many racists at that time who mass murdered Muslims for fun. When Bano boards a train to Lahore, Pakistan after the massacre and death of her mother, it is attacked by a group of racist Sikhs. One of these Sikhs is Basant Singh. Bano screams obscenities at him and curses him, saying that his "Guru" (Sikh god) will never forgive him for taking the lives of so many innocents. Basanta, impressed by her spunk, kidnaps her and takes her to his home to convert her to Sikhism and marry her. She refuses and attempts to run away many times, resulting in him beating her and forcefully marrying her. Bano is forced to live in his home for 5 years, being beaten and raped nearly everyday. After five years, when Bano has still not shown any sign of giving in and converting like Basanta wants her to, he decides to kill her. When he sees his and Bano's son walking dangerously close to the edge of the roof, he rushes to stop him and ends up falling himself, dying instantly.
Other characters[edit]

Rashida[edit]
Rashida was Hassan's mother, and her family had lived in the same neighborhood as Bano's for centuries. Bano called Rashida either Rashida "Baji," a term used to show respect for older sisters, or otherwise Rashida "Khala," or "aunt." Rashida and Bano's relationship was very loving at the beginning of the novel, and Rashida was very happy to have Bano become her daughter-in-law. After the massacre and the five-year period where Rashida and Hassan presumed Bano to be dead, their relationship hits very dangerous waters. Rashida is, against her better judgement, repulsed by the fact that her son wishes to marry a woman who has been raped countless times, lived in the home of a Sikh man for five years, and has a son that Hassan would be required to take care of. She momentarily forgets that Bano suffered all these traumas in the name of Pakistan. Rashida's cold behavior towards Bano is one of the factors that causes Bano to flee Hassan's home after he brings her there.
Categories: Hum TV

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Castel Sant'Angelo
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For the town with the same name, see Castel Sant'Angelo, Lazio.

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Mausoleum of Hadrian
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Built in 123 AD - 139 AD
Built by/for Hadrian
Type of structure Mausoleum
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Mausoleum of Hadrian is located in Rome

Mausoleum of Hadrian


Castel Sant'Angelo from the bridge. The top statue depicts the angel from whom the building derives its name.
The Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as Castel Sant'Angelo (English: Castle of the Holy Angel), is a towering cylindrical building in Parco Adriano, Rome, Italy. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The Castel was once the tallest building in Rome.
Contents [hide]
1 Hadrian's tomb
2 Destruction
3 Papal fortress, residence and prison
4 Museum
5 Gallery
6 References
7 See also
8 External links
Hadrian's tomb[edit]

The tomb of the Roman emperor Hadrian, also called Hadrian's mole,[1] was erected on the right bank of the Tiber, between 130 AD and 139 AD. Originally the mausoleum was a decorated cylinder, with a garden top and golden quadriga. Hadrian's ashes were placed here a year after his death in Baiae in 138 AD, together with those of his wife Sabina, and his first adopted son, Lucius Aelius, who also died in 138 AD. Following this, the remains of succeeding emperors were also placed here, the last recorded deposition being Caracalla in 217 AD. The urns containing these ashes were probably placed in what is now known as the Treasury room deep within the building. Hadrian also built the Pons Aelius facing straight onto the mausoleum it still provides a scenic approach from the center of Rome and the right bank of the Tiber, and is renowned for the Baroque additions of statues of angels holding aloft elements of the Passion of Christ.

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Destruction[edit]

Much of the tomb contents and decorations have been lost since the building's conversion to a military fortress in 401 and its subsequent inclusion in the Aurelian Walls by Flavius Augustus Honorius. The urns and ashes were scattered by Visigoth looters during Alaric's sacking of Rome in 410, and the original decorative bronze and stone statuary were thrown down upon the attacking Goths when they besieged Rome in 537, as recounted by Procopius. An unusual survivor, however, is the capstone of a funerary urn (probably that of Hadrian), which made its way to Saint Peter's Basilica and was incorporated into a massive Renaissance baptistery. The use of spolia from the tomb in the post-Roman period was noted in the 16th century Giorgio Vasari writes:
...in order to build churches for the use of the Christians, not only were the most honoured temples of the idols [pagan Roman gods] destroyed, but in order to ennoble and decorate Saint Peter's with more ornaments than it then possessed, they took away the stone columns from the tomb of Hadrian, now the castle of Sant'Angelo, as well as many other things which we now see in ruins.[2]
Legend holds that the Archangel Michael appeared atop the mausoleum, sheathing his sword as a sign of the end of the plague of 590, thus lending the castle its present name. A less charitable yet more apt elaboration of the legend, given the militant disposition of this archangel, was heard by the 15th-century traveler who saw an angel statue on the castle roof. He recounts that during a prolonged season of the plague, Pope Gregory I heard that the populace, even Christians, had begun revering a pagan idol at the church of Santa Agata in Suburra. A vision urged the Pope to lead a procession to the church. Upon arriving, the idol miraculously fell apart with a clap of thunder. Returning to St Peter's by the Aelian Bridge, the Pope had another vision of an angel atop the castle, wiping the blood from his sword on his mantle, and then sheathing it. While the Pope interpreted this as a sign that God was appeased, this did not prevent Gregory from destroying more sites of pagan worship in Rome.[3]

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:47:49
стою на балкончике наблюдаю дождяку и слушаю аудиокнигу

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apal fortress, residence and prison[edit]

The popes converted the structure into a castle, beginning in the 14th century; Pope Nicholas III connected the castle to St Peter's Basilica by a covered fortified corridor called the Passetto di Borgo. The fortress was the refuge of Pope Clement VII from the siege of Charles V's Landsknechte during the Sack of Rome (1527), in which Benvenuto Cellini describes strolling the ramparts and shooting enemy soldiers.
Leo X built a chapel with a Madonna by Raffaello da Montelupo. In 1536 Montelupo also created a marble statue of Saint Michael holding his sword after the 590 plague (as described above) to surmount the Castel.[4] Later Paul III built a rich apartment, to ensure that in any future siege the Pope had an appropriate place to stay.
Montelupo's statue was replaced by a bronze statue of the same subject, executed by the Flemish sculptor Peter Anton von Verschaffelt, in 1753. Verschaffelt's is still in place and Montelupo's can be seen in an open court in the interior of the Castle.
The Papal state also used Sant'Angelo as a prison; Giordano Bruno, for example, was imprisoned there for six years. Another prisoner was the sculptor and goldsmith Benvenuto Cellini. Executions were performed in the small inner courtyard. As a prison, it was also the setting for the third act of Giacomo Puccini's Tosca; the eponymous heroine of the opera leaps to her death from the Castel's ramparts.
Museum[edit]

Decommissioned in 1901, the castle is now a museum, the Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo.
Gallery[edit]


Ponte Sant'Angelo which leads to the Castel Sant'Angelo.



The original angel by Raffaello da Montelupo.



Bronze statue of Archangel Michael, standing on top of the Castel Sant'Angelo, modelled in 1753 by Peter Anton von Verschaffelt (17101793).



Giovanni Battista Bugatti, papal executioner between 1796 and 1865 offering snuff to a condemned prisoner in front of Castel Sant'Angelo

References[edit]

^ Gibbon, Edward (1826). The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire 6 (4th American ed.). New York. p. 369.
^ Preface, "Lives of the Artists"
^ Account of Pedro Tafur in The Travels of Pero Tafur (1435-1439), Chapter III.
^ Rome (Eyewitness Travel Guides) DK Publishing, London (2003) p. 242
See also[edit]

Cardinal-nephew
Concordat of Worms
Via della Conciliazione
List of castles in Italy

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The Blue Jays
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Blue Jay (disambiguation).
The Blue Jays were a short-lived American doo wop ensemble from Venice, California.
The Blue Jays formed in 1961, and after performing at an amateur's night at the Fox Theatre, they were asked by Werly Fairburn to sign to his Milestone Records. Their debut single was "Lover's Island", written by group members Leon Peels and Alex Manigeault, which became a hit in the U.S., reaching #31 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961.[1] Later singles included "Tears are Falling" (1961) and "The Right to Love" (1962), but the group saw no further success and broke up in 1962.[2]
Leon Peels briefly launched a solo career later in the 1960s.
Members[edit]

Leon Peels (born 1936, Newport, Arkansas)
Van Richardson
Alex Manigo/Manigeault
Leonard Davidson
References[edit]

^ Billboard Singles, Allmusic.com
^ Biography, Allmusic.com
Categories: Musical groups from California

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Counter Culture (EP)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Counter Culture
EP by British India
Released 21 November 2005
(see release history)
Recorded at Flashpoint Studios Sydney and Melbourne, 2005
Genre Alternative rock
Length 16:19
Label Shock, Flashpoint
Producer Flashpoint Music
British India chronology
- Counter Culture
(2005) Guillotine
(2007)
Counter Culture is the debut EP by Australian music collective British India, released on 21 November 2005.
Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by British India.
Thieves
No. Title Length
1. "Roses" 3:55
2. "Baby, You're So New York" 4:10
3. "We are the Counter Culture" 4:26
4. "The Time" 3:50
Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalogue
Australia 21 November 2005 Shock, Flashpoint CD, digital download BI001
References

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Годный тред. Дрочу целый день.

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Heichal Shlomo
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Heichal Shlomo


Mordechai Ish Shalom and Yitzhak Ben-Zvi standing in front of the recently constructed Heichal Shlomo. 1959
Heichal Shlomo (Hekhal of Solomon: Hebrew: „‰‹Њ ™`qЊiЋi„, Heikhal Shlomo; meaning 'Palace of Salomon') located adjacent to the Great Synagogue on King George Street, Jerusalem, was the former seat of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. The building currently contains the Jewish Heritage Museum, Renanim Synagogue, office space and an auditorium. It is opposite the Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem. Building was completed in 1958.
In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI made a visit to the area.[1]
External links[edit]

Official website
References[edit]
^ Text of Pope Benedict XVI's Address to Chief Rabbi's of Jerusalem
Coordinates: 31`4632.84N 35`130.88E

Stub icon This article about a synagogue or other Jewish place of worship in Israel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Categories: Buildings and structures in Jerusalem

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:48:31
>>52004911
ВОТ ЭТО ЛОЛ! ЕБАТЬ Я СМЕЯЛСЯ! ХОРОШО ЧТО ТЫ ОБРАТИЛ ВНИМАНИЕ НА ТАКОЙ ЛОЛ! ОХУЕННО ПЕШЫ ИЩЕ!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:49:00
>>52004986
Дневной такой дневной.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:50:31
>>52003224
ОП, ты уже дома?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:51:00
>>52005011
Ты одинаково обоссанок как на дневном, так и на ночном, просто на ночном в разы больше таких вырожденцев как ты, потому тебе больше нравится ночной.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:51:45
>>52005077
Ага. Фотки вчерашние.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:51:56
>>52003224
Почему у тебя такие волосатые ноги?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:52:06
>>52005102
Хуй знает. Я, например, не вижу особой разницы, что, блядь, днём, что ночью.

курю-душ-кун

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:53:14
>>52005147
Не знаю. Генетика. По крайней мере в 3 поколениях по матери и отцу хачей нет.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:54:06
>>52003224
одеяло из казармы спиздил? Выкинь не позорься.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:54:48
Я и пикрелейтед моя тян выезжаем на отдых с палаткой, шашлыками и вином с водкой. Всего на ьтрое суток из этого эбаного города, а такое-то счастье.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:55:03
>>52005154
Самая разница в тредах вырожденцев вроде Я ПОТЕРЯЛ СМЫСЛ В ЖИЗНИ ЧТО МНЕ ДЕЛАТЬ ДАЛЬШЕ или МНЕ НЕ ДАЮТ ВСЕ ТЯН ШЛЮХИ И ВОТ ПОЧЕМУ. На дневном такую шерсть обоссывают школьники, успешные студенты и работающие господа, на ночном вся эта гниль культивируется ДРОЧУ 30 ЛЕТ И МНЕ НОРМ И ТЕБЕ СОВЕТУЮ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:31
>>52005244
Ты у мамы модник?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:33
>>52005282
Блялол, спасибо за объяснение.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:43
>>52004713
Я одеваюсь в обычную, простую и удобную одежду, бреюсь, чищу зубы и моюсь каждый день. Въеби ка сажици, гламурный.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:51
Нищеброды идут указанным курсом.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:52
>>52005266
КАКАЯ ТОНКАЯ ИРОНИЯ С ПИКРЕЛЕЙТЕД, ТУТ У БОЛЬШИНСТВА ТЯН КАК НА ПИКРЕЛЕЙТЕД

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:56:53
Я и (пикрелейтед) моя тян выезжаем на отдых с палаткой, шашлыками и вином с водкой. Всего на трое суток из этого,ебаного, города, а такое-то счастье.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:57:11
>>52005352
Эй, у тебя шишка встала и ушла!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:57:53
>>52005282
> успешные студенты

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:58:16
>>52005352
Лол, зачем тебе дома шишка?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:58:39
>>52005348
Это ты, вонючая небритая свинья, которая ходит в папиных трусиках?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 14:59:52
>>52005356
>в обычную, простую и удобную одежду
Мамуля выбирает? Ну, если уж не выбирает, то научила точно?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:00:45
>>52003833
Букина?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:01:07
>>52003224
Ты чё, ебанутый? Чё ты там делаешь?
батя

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:02:10
>>52005348
Нет. Не модник. Но зачем хранить такой хлам?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:02:30
>>52005569
>Чё ты там делаешь в моих трусах, которые я две недели назад в качестве половой тряпки в ванную кинул?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:02:58
>>52005627
ВСЁ РАВНО ЖЕ ОТ ЗЕМЛИ ЗАПАЧКАЕТСЯ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:03:45
>>52005647
щас я тебе кельвин кляйна вышлю!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:04:44
>>52005732
У меня, кстати, трусы Кельвин Кляйн, да. Заказывал двадцатку пару лет назад, половина до сих пор годные.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:06:56
>>52005373
>выезжаем на отдых с палаткой
А нахуй она нарядилась как на работу в бордель?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:08:02
>>52005373
Завидую тебе. Форд то в кредит брал?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:08:13
>>52005878
Это не его тянка, очевидно же.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:08:15
Как-то так.

курьер на выходных

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:12:57
>>52005953
Жирный, небось.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:14:23
>>52006212
Не угадал. Хотя, небольшой живот есть. А еще я обожаю принглс всякие острые, но с них оче быстро толстеешь, пришлось отказаться(((((((((((((

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:15:34
>>52006291
>небольшой живот есть.
Мерзкий кусок дерьма, чтоб ты сдох от чревоугодия, сначала от язвы желудка, потом от рака кишечника.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:16:03
>>52006357
Бархат то кокой)

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:17:54
>>52006357
Агрессивный школяр такой агрессивный.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:18:09
>>52006291
>но с них оче быстро толстеешь
Ты поехавший?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:20:03
>>52006473
Убогий омеган такой убогий.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:20:56
>>52006596
Адекват в треде.
ДОСТАВЬТЕ ФОТКУ ВЫРОДКА ГОЛОГО С ЖОПОЙ ШИРЕ ПЛЕЧ!
НУ ИЛИ ОП, СФОТКАЙ СВОЁ ТЕЛО В РОСТ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:25:40
БАМП
Теперь это реквеста широкотазых выродков тред!

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:28:01
>>52003224
Фууу блять, фуу нахуй. Лежать на покрывале на ебаной густой траве В ТРУХАНАХ БЛЯТЬ, ебаные насекомые вокруг сука как так можно блять ыыыэыэ

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:29:19
>>52007025
БЕЗЫСХОДНОСТЬ
Наверное, мамаша из дома выперла на те пару часов, пока над ней пыхтеть дядя Вася сосед будет, сказала погуляй пойди, но куда пойти гулять одинокому петарду-неудачнику?.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:34:32
>>52007099
Хаха, ну ты ебанько.
А если серьезно, то я просто очень брезгливый.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:34:57
>>52005512
Нет, мамуля мне выбирала КРУТУЮ одежду со всякими челавеками-пауками и мешковатые бриджи, ты не угадал. Я одеваю то, что мне нравится.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:35:56
>>52007385
Нет, ты просто ГОРОДСКОЙ.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:36:06
>>52007407
Поздравляю, ты зашкварен. Оправдываться перед школьниками - дальше опускаться некуда.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:37:46
>>52003224
Примерно как на пике. Вроде и на море. А вроде и на стройке. Но всяко лучше такая командировка, чем городе торчать. Вечерами выхожу на пляж, сажусь на свой личный смотрительный камень и лампово втыкаю на горы, море и звезды.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:39:14
>>52007465
Не поспоришь.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:40:22
>>52007474
Зачем мне оправдываться? Он(или ты) спросил, я ответил. Странный ты кокойто.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:40:46
>>52007563
И плачешь от собственной никчемности, одиночества и затянувшейся девственности?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:41:38
>>52006596
Проследуйте в /физ.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:43:54
>>52007786
Проследуй на дно болота, жирножопый говноед.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:45:45
>>52007915
Я эталонный убер, не проецируй.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:46:29
>>52003224
Лампово работаю разнорабочим за еду.
После работы остаются силы только на двачевание и сериалы.
По выходным отсыпаюсь и пью.
На дорогу уходит по 4 часа в день, так что в будни я не успеваю выспаться.
Вангую, что так проведу всю жизнь.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:48:26
>>52008060
КАКОЙ ЖЕ ТЫ УБОГИЙ ВЫРОЖДЕНЕЦ
НЕ СУДЬБА БЛИЖЕ РАБОТУ ПОДОСТОЙНЕЙ НАЙТИ ?

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:50:23
>>52007474
Семен Семеныч, ты уже надоел.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:50:29
>>52003224
Играю полтора месяца в тундру на аркадке.
8 ранг за дидов, 7 за немцедетей, 6 за бриташку, 5 за узкоглазых и мурриканцев. Попробовал играть в картошколеты-удалил через час.
24лвл, хиккую на родительской шее

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:51:23
>>52008277
Нас минимум двое.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:52:52
>>52008167
Я ничего другого не умею делать же.
Алсо, рядом с домом меня могут заметить знакомые.

Суб 20 Июл 2013 15:54:14
>>52008439
ЛЁША, ЭТО ТЫ ?


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