Life on Mars

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  1. Gambol

    Gambol George Clooney's wee brother

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    Yeah, but I canny be bothered. BMW are ****e at that kind of thing.

    Even my 15 year old phone can get it right without having to specifically update the maps.
     
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  2. Archers Road

    Archers Road Urban Spaceman

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    Getting your passenger to hold your phone and navigate while the two of you shout "I don't ****ing know, you're the one driving/navigating" is so much more fun anyway.
     
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  3. Gambol

    Gambol George Clooney's wee brother

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    <laugh>

    It is. It really is. Me an Fuddy in my car together is a punch up at 80 mph. Her car's GPS actually works so I refuse to take it anywhere.

    <laugh>
     
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  4. Archers Road

    Archers Road Urban Spaceman

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  5. Saff

    Saff Not606 Godfather

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  6. DUNCAN DONUTS

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    Bigotry of low expectations much ?
     
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  7. AsymptomaticSuperSpreader

    AsymptomaticSuperSpreader 1 of the top judges in Europe

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    these are the type of ****ups that got scott kelly a song made about him

    I scratch my head and wonder why these creeps are faking space with augmented reality, harnesses and green screens, its not just about the money as 50m a day isnt that much, there has to be another reason for it



     
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    AsymptomaticSuperSpreader 1 of the top judges in Europe

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    NASA and Disney Invite Kids to Explore Space With Wall-E

    WASHINGTON -- An animated robot and his space-faring companion are leading a campaign by NASA and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures to promote interest among schoolchildren in science and technology.

    NASA and Disney have signed a Space Act Agreement for a series of educational and public outreach activities related to Disney-Pixar's new movie, WALL-E, opening in theaters nationwide on June 27, 2008.

    Disney has designed a 30-second public service announcement featuring WALL-E for NASA's television channels and Web site. The video is designed to draw students to NASA's Web site to explore the agency's missions. The WALL-E character also will be featured on NASA's Kids' Club page.

    Commenting on the collaboration, Mark Zoradi, president, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group, said, "All of us at Disney are delighted to be working with NASA in their educational and public outreach efforts to teach schoolchildren about space exploration, robot technology, and the universe they live in."

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  9. DUNCAN DONUTS

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    Wall-E is a good film
     
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  10. DMD

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  11. AsymptomaticSuperSpreader

    AsymptomaticSuperSpreader 1 of the top judges in Europe

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    ballers <laugh>

    this proves the old adage, most people are idiots and most people believe its a ball

     
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  12. EasterRoad1980

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    Poof.
     
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  13. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    I’ve had a rethink.

    Surely the existence of moonboots proves we have been to the moon, otherwise they would never have been invented.
     
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  14. Archers Road

    Archers Road Urban Spaceman

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    I went camping in the Lake District many years ago, and my mate lent me this ultra lightweight sleeping bag called a moon-bag. Made, apparently, using technology perfected for the Apollo lunar expeditions.

    It was worse than ****ing useless, I nearly froze to death. Had to get drunk every night to stand any chance of falling asleep, and invariably woke up around 3.00am, colder than a polar bear’s tit.
     
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  15. AsymptomaticSuperSpreader

    AsymptomaticSuperSpreader 1 of the top judges in Europe

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    mad bruce, flying about on a jetpack at 17,000mph in the 80s <laugh>

     
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  16. rogueleader

    rogueleader suave gringo

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    I am sorry to hear of your unsatisfactory customer experience, however, as the NASA small print explains, alcohol lowers the body temperature and, while under the influence, it is not recommended to cop a feel of a polar bears mammary glands in the wee small hours.
     
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    Got mugged off at Millets when I was about to go on my first camping trip (the one where you transition from a Cub into a Scout. I wonder if that qualifies me for my own pronoun?) and the guy said the moon bag used reflective heat technology (tin foil iirc) to keep you nice and toasty. It was about a quarter of the size and weight of the other sleeping bags so I got one. Would have been warmer trying to huddle underneath a wet tea towel, utter waste of money but since we were poverty stricken my mum made me use it for every camping trip or sleepover for years afterwards.

    The older Scouts on the same trip cracked open the beers, the fags and the w.ank mags on the train journey. I had about two swigs of light ale, choked on a single puff of the cigarette (poove, I know) and marveled at the photos of nude hirsute burds. Had to wash some "moon bag" juice off when I got home.
     
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  18. A.L.D.O 4.1

    A.L.D.O 4.1 1 of the top defendants in Europe

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    Wits the difference between Armstrong and Disney. Neil didne go to the moon and Walt didne either.

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

    <cheers>
     
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  19. Gambol

    Gambol George Clooney's wee brother

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    ^^^ Disney know humour
     
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