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Thread: Reeling in the Years 2000s starting 17th Oct

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    Default Reeling in the Years 2000s starting 17th Oct

    Just saw an advert for it there 7.30 i think.

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    I've got a bad feeling about this....

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    will 2009 be an extended programme?

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    It's about time the licence fee was spent on something useful. Can't wait to relive the past ten years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrinceMax View Post
    Can't wait to relive the past ten years.
    I'd rather drill holes in my head, scoop out my eyeballs with a rusty spoon and hack off my feet with a butterknife than relive that decade of bolloxology and rampant stupidity.

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    So We'll be seeing this for the next 10 yrs repeated and repeated and repeated again!!

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    i bet it will show bertie in a wonderful light!!!

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    FF might want to run the general election before the public see all the economic triumphalist posturing that was oozing out of the scumbags of destiny while they were destroying the country.

    Should be a good refresher course before the government invites the gentlemen of the IMF to asset strip the country.

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    I would rather stand on my head and watch the xfactor than watch that nauseating nostalgia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Soprano View Post
    i bet it will show bertie in a wonderful light!!!
    You can be sure of it. No doubt Lehman bros will be blamed for undoing all his "hard work".

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