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Until recently I was a mad nintendo collector but have now decided to sell off my collection and concentrate on the other loves of my life Doctor Who, Harry potter, films, books, james bond and action man

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World cup on the telly, we can't shut early cos our boss is a meanie(not blue), no customers, so Sue takes her shoes off
15th Jun 2006, 18:54   comments (1)

Health and safety at work? What's that then

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Had the heating engineers in at work today. What a bunch of idiots! You should have seen them trying to errect a scaffold and when they have got it up they stand on one leg with no safety bars, no wonder people get killed everyday
15th Jun 2006, 18:53   comments (0)

Davros and the Ice Warriors

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My parents have been clearing their loft out and gave these to me I made them when I was about 16 which is a long time ago now quite pleased with Davros but ice warriors are not too good
14th Jun 2006, 18:19   comments (1)


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Been making these over the last 3 or 4 days. What do you think of them
13th Jun 2006, 20:25   comments (17)

Sixth doctors final adventure

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At last I can find out what happened to my favourite doctor to make him regenerate-------------------------------
5th Jun 2006, 18:32   comments (0)

Current Listening

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Whilst transfering all my cd's to my new 20gb MP3 player(which truly rocks) I found two of my old favourites I had forgotten how much I love sparks music, subburban homeboy is one of the best tracks ever---------------------------------
4th Jun 2006, 19:36   comments (0)

Some more of Dave

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A very funny guy-------------------------------
2nd Jun 2006, 16:17   comments (1)

My father in law

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This is my father in law Dave. Sadly on Tuesday 30-5-06 he passed away due to cancer. He will be sorely missed as he was a top bloke always happy and he never let his cancer get him down 18 months ago he was given 2 weeks to live but he showed them all and gave his family some great memories,
Dave I will never forget you
2nd Jun 2006, 16:14   comments (0)