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Joey Deacon

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Dullish Roy wrote: Are you lacking in cultural depth? Straightforward Answer: No. Surely you're not saying that we shouldn't be proud of our wonderful sporting achievements??! This is history that we are very lucky to be witnessing - I personally feel thar we should all be extremely proud of what is being achieved over in China.

22 Aug 2008

I thought for one surreal moment there that you actually had a sense of humour. Until I found that you've yet again merely done a copy and paste job, this time from the transcript from the Radio 4 show that was broadcast last week.

Do you agree or disagree with the MP who reportedly said this?

Dear oh dear Viaduct, I've been sat here for three days waiting for you to ask me a "straightforward" question. Fire away, me old china.

Proud to be British
22 Aug 2008

It must hurt Dullish Roy so much to see people being successful and our country sitting proudly on the centre stage of the world. Well done to Tim Brabants for winning the canoe/kayak race in truly remarkable fashion. Make no mistake, this is historic stuff that we are witnessing here! We ought to be proud of what is happening right now, rather than resorting to petty and irrelevant ...

And here's me thinking that I was posing a straightforward question to Dullish! I wouldn't replace him with Wally Protheroe, he represents the wrong party for me.

Keep your neb out Dullish Roy. Been quiet on here without all your Anon aliases, hasn't it... FAO of Dick Turpin: I personally think that £15 an hour for a seminar about "kick ass moves" is a tad expensive in this day and age of the so-called credit crunch. That's my opinion. Oh, and don't you think that encouraging people to kick donkeys is rather cruel? ;-) I get it... Dawlish has been ...

20 Aug 2008

£15 an hour?? At least Dick Turpin wore a mask! Not sure about "kick ass", more like "stick it up your ass". Have a nice day.

Dawlish Town went out of the FA Cup last night after being beaten 3-2 at Wimborne Town. The hosts scored what proved to be the winner in the third minute of extra-time. The night had started so well for Dawlish, who took a 15th minute lead via a superb header from Derek Fields. But the hosts were level by half-time and, within five minutes of the restart, had taken the lead. The visitors ...

Mental hospital patient Sticky O'Rourke has apologised for "frightening people" when he escaped from Langdon Hospital in Dawlish last week. O'Rourke, 35, who is also known as Terry Powell, told the Echo that he would never hurt anybody and knew it had been wrong to flee the secure unit to visit the graves of his loved ones. Concerns have been raised about how easy it was to escape from Langdon ...