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(prepares the crabbers backlash)
But I met him recently and he would only communicate through the Socialist Labour Party's executive committee.
Really wasn't fahkin' expecting it.
Let's say you work in the music industry, and you've spent half a day working with somebody recognised and fairly high up within music and you've had a personal dislike to their conduct.
Would you then go on DiS, the internet's no.1 coal discussion board and bitch about somebody you've fleetingly met a couple of times and talk about how much you didn't like them?
It's fucking wrong. Take it up with somebody, don't come on here and look like a desperate "oh I know famous people and they're not nice" dicky fuckwad.
They're just chatting about emo bands and haircuts of drummers.
transcript and photos please.
you forgot to take 'coal' out of "the internet's no.1...." :(
Oh, fucking hell, abandon reply
Always believe in your soul!
Note: Do not put anthracite in sore eyes.
great day out
i'd happily go on my own and have a great time. trams.
We got dragged there about 3 times a year on school trips. I LOVE LIVING SO CLOSE.
you know - vegetation and junk
Butt cleat - A short, poorly defined vertical cleavage plane in a coal seam, usually at right angles to the long face cleat.
Butt entry - A coal mining term that has different meanings in different locations. It can be synonymous with panel entry, submain entry, or in its older sense it refers to an entry that is "butt" onto the coal cleavage (that is, at right angles to the face).
a flat miner
Once she had ascertained what the other meaning was she said, "Why? Is it because of the sausage?"
open cut coal mines + power stations in Australia. Check out these figures:
"Each year approximately 30 million tonnes of coal are extracted from the open pit. The open cut coal mine pit is about 200 m (660 ft) deep, 3 km (1.9 mi) and 2 km (1.2 mi) wide at its widest".
You should have done that much earlier.
nice work for bumping yesterday's coal talk thread. one a day, like the football ones, thanks
like the time Tristan told us he was in luurrrrvveve