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that night in leamington


just ordered my copy and for £22 it had better be worth it. and i better see me on the cover picture and chantel mc bloody gregor had better not be in the audience and the neighbours had better be out when it gets its first play and that new singer, olive had better not be wearing anything black. emoticon


ps...did i mention that for £22 it had better be worth it? emoticon
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 Mr Flowerman! You will be relieved to know that Chantel was NOT in the audience for That Night In Leamington. LOL !!!

I was in the audience though. And I have also ordered it.

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£22 for a DVD of the Leamington show? Its a disgrace.......its far too low. With the excellent show that Mostly Autumn provided us that night it should be at least £400. emoticon

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and that new singer, olive had better not be wearing anything black. emoticon



What's wrong with wearing black? emoticon



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quote:

flowerman wrote:
and that new singer, olive had better not be wearing anything black. emoticon



What's wrong with wearing black? emoticon




Historical events
A "black day" (or week or month) usually refers to a sad or tragic time. The Romans marked fasti days with white stones and nefasti days with black.
E.g., the Wall Street Crash 1929, the stock market crash on October 29, 1929, which is the start of the Great Depression, is nicknamed Black Tuesday, and was preceded by Black Thursday, a downturn on October 24 the previous week.
Black Monday, stock market crash on October 19, 1987.
Black Wednesday caused Britain to pull out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.
Black Friday, various tragic events. (Exception: See Black Friday (shopping).)
Black months include:
the Black September in Jordan, in which thousands of people were killed.
Black July killing of the Tamil population by the Sinhalese government in Sri Lanka.
Black Spring 2001 (Printemps noir), in the Berber region of Kabylia (Algeria), when the police shot and killed more than 100 people.
The Black Death, also known as the Black Plague, was a pandemic in Europe that killed tens of millions of people.
The Black Hole of Calcutta was the overcrowding of an impromptu prison cell in which many died.



Expressions
A black-hearted person is mean and unloving.
A blacklist is a list of undesirable persons or entities (to be placed on the list is to be "blacklisted").
Black comedy is a form of comedy dealing with morbid and serious topics.
A black mark against a person relates to something bad they have done.
A black mood is a bad one (cf Winston Churchill's clinical depression, which he called "my black dog").[4]
black market is used to denote the trade of illegal goods, or alternatively the illegal trade of otherwise legal items at considerably higher prices, e.g. to evade rationing.
Black propaganda is the use of known falsehoods, partial truths, or masquerades in propaganda to confuse an opponent.
Blackmail is the act of threatening to reveal information about a person unless the threatened party fulfills certain demands. This information is usually of an embarrassing or socially damaging nature. Ordinarily, such a threat is illegal.
If the black eight-ball, in billiards, is sunk before all others are out of play, the player loses.
The black sheep of the family is the ne'er-do-well.
To blackball someone is to block their entry into a club or some such institution. In the traditional English gentlemen's club, members vote on the admission of a candidate by secretly placing a white or black ball in a hat. If upon the completion of voting, there was even one black ball amongst the white, the candidate would be denied membership, and he would never know who had "blackballed" him.
Black tea in the Western culture is known as "crimson tea" in Chinese and culturally influenced languages, (紅 茶, Mandarin Chinese hóngchá; Japanese kōcha; Korean hongcha), perhaps a more accurate description of the color of the liquid.
"The black" is a wildfire suppression term referring to a burned area on a wildfire capable of acting as a safety zone.
Black coffee refers to coffee without sugar or cream.


its such a negative colour.
and in case you're wondering....i nicked this from wikipedia. emoticon
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Black has a long and distinguished tradition in music:

Black Sabbath - rock group
Black Night - song
Paint it Black - song
Black Magic Woman - song
The Black Abbots - Russ Abbot's old band emoticon
Back in Black - AC/DC album
Black - Pearl Jam album
The Man in Black - Johnny Cash
Blackie Lawless - singer

That didn't come from wikipedia which is why it's shorter than your list. But quality over quantity emoticon



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Black coffee refers to coffee without sugar or cream.



Wait a minute, how is that negative? emoticon



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I was so busy arguing, I forgot to order it emoticon

If they've sold out, I'm blaming flowerman emoticon



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Ordered!

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Arrived!



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