Buggernut

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  1. OMG Heat Wave?

    But you can't take them into shops or restaurants.
  2. OMG Heat Wave?

    "Heat wave" by our wussy pampered West Coast standards only.
  3. You mean the people of Toronto won't reelect him like the DC'ers did for Marion Barry?
  4. As is right wing politicians doing something wrong and illegal. I agree one is innocent till proven guilty, but same goes for your allegation that the left-wing media made things up. How about a little objectivity and pursuit of truth, and holding elected officials to the highest standards of ethics and accountability, instead of being a partisan or ideological team player who will only call the fouls committed by the other team?
  5. Kind of like this guy... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marion_Barry Sad thing is, the people of DC reelected him even after it became known he was a crackhead and was arrested for it.
  6. The HEAVY METAL Thread

    Don't forget Mike Scaccia of Ministry.
  7. The HEAVY METAL Thread

    RIP Jeff Hanneman of Slayer. http://www.guardian....ist-slayer-dies Slayer's Jeff Hanneman dies of liver failure following spider bite Musician died of liver failure while recovering from a skin-eating condition he contracted after being bitten by a spider Share2247 Email Staff and agencies guardian.co.uk, Friday 3 May 2013 07.50 BST Jeff Hanneman, guitarist and co-founder of thrash metal band Slayer, who has died of liver failure at the age of 49. Photograph: Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage American guitarist Jeff Hanneman, a co-founder of the heavy metal band Slayer, died in southern California on Thursday, the band said in a statement posted on their website. He was 49. "Hanneman was in an area hospital when he suffered liver failure," the band said. The guitarist had been recovering from a spider bite which had left him with necrotising fasciitis, a flesh-eating disease which attacks subcutaneous tissue. Hanneman founded Slayer with fellow guitarist Kerry King in the early 1980s in suburban Los Angeles. The band was known as one of the "big four" thrash metal groups of the 1980s, along with Anthrax, Megadeth and Metallica. Hanneman is best known as a writer of the songs Raining Blood and Angel of Death from the 1986 album Reign of Blood, which is considered a landmark of the thrash genre. Fellow musicians took to Twitter to express their grief. Slash, guitarist with Guns'n'Roses, said: "Tragic & shocking news about Jeff Hanneman. He is going to missed by so many. What a sad day for Metal. RIP man", while Andrew WK said "Jeff Hanneman will always be a metal god. A true master, he gave energy and excitement to millions, and will continue to." Hanneman is survived by his wife, Kathy, and three siblings.
  8. The HEAVY METAL Thread

    RIP MIKE SCACCIA
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  10. The Official Transit Thread

    Can we ride on the roofs, like they do in India?
  11. OMG Heat Wave?

    Can we have an office staff with women and not have drama?
  12. The HEAVY METAL Thread

    I thought you were being sarcastic till I saw the video.
  13. The HEAVY METAL Thread

    Iraqi metal band, Acrassicauda
  14. The Official European Football (Soccer) Thread

    ^ Mr. Kujala is back?