FRIDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 2012 06:50 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (21st September 1942)
In the Mediterranean… British submarine HMS Unruffled sinks Italian auxiliary minesweeper Aquila and Vichy French merchant vessel Liberia.

In the Atlantic… U-175 sinks Yugoslavian SS Predsednik Kopajtic (3 dead, 25 survivors).

In the Arctic Ocean… U-606 approaches convoy QP-14 but is attacked by a Norwegian Catalina floatplane. U-606 shoots down the aircraft with its deck gun (all 8 crew including 2 wounded are rescued).

In the Baltic… Training U-boat U-446 sinks on a mine.

In Papua New Guinea… The Japanese begin to retreat from Ioribaiwa, out of supplies and diseased with malaria and dysentery. Resupply is not possible due to Allied control of the air and all available fresh troops are being diverted to Guadalcanal. Meanwhile, the Australians at Port Moresby receive reinforcements.

In the Pacific… US submarine USS Trout sinks Japanese auxiliary net layer Koei Maru, and USS Grouper sinks Japanese merchant Tone Maru.

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Some me time and ironing before shift 1 of the Weekend Job. Missus time in the evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,553 (up 1)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 1
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
I was mightily relieved and mojo was restored after everything “worked” at my afternoon “appointment” with missus yesterday. However I must accept now before it happens again that medication is not a “magic bullet” and they may well be future “failures to launch”. I will be better prepared to accept this from now on. In any case, the opportunities for “encounters” will now rapidly reduce as missus “phased return” to work is complete, and in a deal struck between missus and son, there will be no encounters while he is in the house except Thursday evening. Because the body works on a “use it or lose it” basis, I will keep the machinery “ticking over” between encounters, and in any case an orgasm a day is very good for you.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are there losses you’ve yet to accept?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Wet start. Rain will clear mid-morning then cloud will gradually thin out.
Dry and clear overnight.
Wind will be consistently moderate and north-westerly.
Max Temp: 10 degC
Min Temp 7 degC
Sunrise 06:52
Sunset 19:07
Jetstream: Directly over Britain and westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
I have no problem with you speaking your mind… as long as you can do it with your mouth closed. : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
Unlikely Things To Hear On Crimewatch

8. TRIVIA
The most played song on American radio during the twentieth century was You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling. The song in all versions and covers is the only one in history to be played over 8 million times. That amounts to about 45 years if the song was played continuously! Three songs were played 7 million times: Never My Love, Yesterday, and Stand By Me (in order of plays). On UK radio, the most played song is A Whiter Shade of Pale, followed by Bohemian Rhapsody, All I Have To Do Is Dream and Love Is All Around.

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
Self-worth comes from one thing: thinking that you are worthy –  DR. WAYNE DYER

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THURSDAY 20th SEPTEMBER 2012 06:27 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (20th September 1942)
In the Arctic Ocean… A U-boat “wolfpack” attacks an Allied convoy sailing from Arkangelsk to Britain. U-435 sinks British minesweeper HMS Leda (14 killed, 66 rescued) and American SS Silver Sword (1 dead, 63 rescued). U-703 badly damages destroyer HMS Somali (47 killed, 67 rescued). 80 crew remain on board HMS Somali to salvage the badly damaged ship which is taken in tow by destroyer HMS Ashanti.

On the Russian Front… At Stalingrad, battles rage at the Mamayev Kurgan heights, in the Central Station (which continues to change hands) and around the grain elevator in the South. Luftwaffe planes return to continue pounding the city into rubble. Soviet troops manage to hold ground, despite being outnumbered. Further South in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, German Army Group A captures the town of Terek, but the German advance towards the mountains and the oilfields beyond has begun to peter out.

In the Atlantic… U-515 sinks British SS Reedpool (5 killed; captain taken prisoner; 52 rescued). U-596 attacks convoy SC-100 sinking British SS Empire Hartebeeste. (All 45 on board rescued)

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Shopping in the morning. Missus time in the early afternoon. Meditation in the later afternoon more missus time in the evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,552 (up 2)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 1
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
Tuesday’s “failure to launch” bothered me enough to bugger up Wednesday, though I did get some stuff done. I was comforted to find through “personal experimentation” that everything still worked, and dropping another tablet in the morning, this morning I awoke with “morning glory”. Taking another tablet this morning, I expect to be fine for this afternoon’s “appointment”.

Conclusions drawn: I need to drop a tablet two mornings in a row before the “event”. Secondly I have to come to terms with the fact that I have lost spontaneous erectile function (everything still works in the right circumstances with the right prolonged stimulation). It will not destroy my marriage or affect other opportunities to make a difference, so long as I come to terms with it. In the event of “failures to launch” in future, I need to accept it. Of course all things pass, and the time to recognise and live with this is now.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are you going to seize the day?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Rain, occasionally heavy, all morning.
Rain will clear mid-afternoon and it will be dry and cloudy thereafter.
Rain will return in the small hours of tomorrow.
Wind will be consistently moderate and south-westerly.
Max Temp: 12 degC
Min Temp 9 degC
Sunrise 06:50
Sunset 19:09
Jetstream: Directly over Britain and north-westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend.. I’ve never heard my wife talking about them behind their backs : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
Unlikely Things to Hear in a Fitness Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87R4TU0Ho3g&feature=relmfu

8. TRIVIA
The first transatlantic crossing by aircraft was achieved by John Alcock and Arthur Whitten-Brown in a twin-engined Vickers-Vimy, from Newfoundland to Ireland, 14-15 June 1919 – the flight took 16.5 hours.

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.”
— LEWIS B. SMEDES

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WEDNESDAY 19th SEPTEMBER 2012 06:00 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (19th September 1942)
In the Atlantic… U-552 sinks British anti-submarine trawler HMS Alouette (17 dead and 27 survivors). U-156 sinks British SS Quebec City (5 killed, 41 rescued).

In the Caribbean… U-516 sinks US MV Wichita (all 50 on board lost). U-512 sinks neutral MV Monte Gorbea despite identifying her as Spanish (52 killed, 27 survivors)

In the Pacific… US submarine USS Amberjack badly damages Japanese transport ship Shirogane Maru (3 killed). It stays afloat but is unsalvageable.

At Murmansk… Convoy PQ-18 reaches the port. Despite losing 13 freighters, 28 merchant ships arrive safely and the convoy is considered a success by the British and Soviets, establishing again the viability of the Northern convoy route for supplies to USSR. No Allied warships have been lost while 3 U-boats have been sunk and about 30 Luftwaffe torpedo bombers shot down.

On the Russian Front… North of Stalingrad, XIV Panzer Corps on the ground and Luftwaffe dive bombers in the air again repel attacks by Soviet 24th and 66th Armies and 1st Guards Army. Heavy fighting continues in the city, but German infantry do not make much progress without Luftwaffe support which has been diverted to the Northern sector.

Over Germany… 118 RAF bombers (72 Wellingtons, 41 Halifaxes, 5 Stirlings) inaccurately attack Saarbrücken, Germany (13 houses destroyed, 27 houses damaged, 1 man killed). 3 Wellingtons and 2 Halifaxes are lost. 68 Lancasters and 21 Stirlings inaccurately bomb Munich, Germany (3 Lancasters and 3 Stirlings lost).

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
A completely free day with no commitments, and I will use it intuitively. Missus time in the evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,550 (up 2)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 1
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
As I approach 50 I am having to accept the decline of various faculties. Some of these are no great shakes – loss of suppleness and long-sightedness for example. However much harder to accept is loss of virility, particularly when your partner is pre-menopause horny. A “failure to launch” yesterday afternoon left me feeling humiliated and embarrassed. Missus, bless her, is totally understanding, but that didn’t stop me feeling bad. It took me by surprise because dropping a tablet in the morning had up to press enabled me to perform in the afternoon. Not this time! There may be several factors involved – 5am weekday starts, inadequate sleep, inadequate exercise, performance anxiety, maybe even a dud tablet. I now have to consciously do stuff to maintain virility rather than just expecting it to be there.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Is it time to make some changes?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Cool but dry and sunny in the morning.
Early afternoon my see a scattered shower but dry by late afternoon with sunny periods.
Rain will move in overnight.
Wind will be moderate and westerly, veering south-westerly overnight.
Max Temp: 11 degC
Min Temp 7 degC
Sunrise 06:48
Sunset 19:12
Jetstream: Over Britain and north-westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
I am only a couple more apps from never having to speak to my wife again! : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
Unlikely Things to Hear on a TV Election Debate
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xiqsz5Ubjsk&feature=relmfu

8. TRIVIA
From space, the brightest man-made place is Las Vegas, Nevada

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“Too many people spend money they haven’t earned, to buy things they don’t want, to impress people they don’t like.” — WILL ROGERS

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TUESDAY 18th SEPTEMBER 2012 06:29 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (18th September 1942)
In the Atlantic… U-175 sinks Canadian SS Norfolk (6 killed, 13 rescued). U-380 sinks Norwegian MV Olaf Fostenes (all 38 on board rescued).

In the Arctic Ocean… Convoy PQ-18 is attacked by Luftwaffe bombers which American SS Kentucky.

On the Russian Front… Bitter hand-to-hand fighting continues in Stalingrad with house-to-house and room-to-room combat. Outside the city, 3 Soviet Armies attack XIV Panzer Corps (part of General Paulus’s 6th Army) but they are decimated on the open steppe by the Luftwaffe.

In the Pacific… US Marine 1st Division on Guadalcanal is reinforced by the arrival of 4157 fresh troops as well as vehicles, fuel, ammunitions and supplies including food.

In Madagascar… British 29th Infantry Brigade lands at Tamatave on the East coast, as South African 7th Motor Brigade is making slow progress in the 400 miles overland route from Diego Suarez in the North.

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Blogging and Reiki study in the morning. Missus time in the early afternoon. Later afternoon and evening will be split between me time and a prolonged meditation.

 Twitter Followers = 1,548 (down 5)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 7
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
Just 15 minutes meditation a day would bring significant benefit to most people, and stretching that to 45 minutes or two 30 minute sessions per day would bring maximum benefit, but as a spiritual teacher, full-time carer for a paranoid schizophrenic and an anger-issues self-manager, I like to get in a whopping 80 minutes deep meditation and 30 minutes Hatsurei Ho if I can. Of course I can’t manage that every day. Friday-Saturday is a no-no because of the Weekend Job and other days depend on whether there’s clients, events etc.

Nevertheless, I will fit in at least some meditation most days. One of its’ prime benefits is that it bestows the gift of insight, the ability to see what’s really going on, with both yourself and others. I had an important self-insight yesterday that my tendency to “bang on” about certain troubling issues was due to a desire for others to see it as I do. In fact I don’t really need this – what I really need is self-belief – the approval and understanding of myself rather than others.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Do you understand why you do what you do?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Scattered showers with sunny intervals, showers petering out by late afternoon.
Clear and cool overnight.
Wind will vary between westerly and north-westerly and feel cold.
Max Temp: 11 degC
Min Temp 8 degC
Sunrise 06:46
Sunset 19:14
Jetstream: Directly over England/Wales and westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
I sure will be glad when scientists discover a cure for Natural Causes. : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
THINGS YOU WOULDN’T HEAR AT A PARTY CONFERENCE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxSuOQ9wT-0&feature=relmfu

8. TRIVIA
On suspension bridges, soldiers march out of step to prevent the bridge vibrating and collapsing.

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”
— JIM ROHN

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MONDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2012 06:20 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (17th September 1942)
In the Atlantic… The same American B-24 Liberator bomber from Ascension Island again bombs Axis submarines with survivors from British troopship Laconia this time forcing U-506 to dive while transporting 142 Laconia survivors on deck. Vichy French cruiser Gloire and sloops Annamite & Dumont d’Urville arrive from French ports in West Africa, taking on board 415 Italians and 668 Allied survivors from the submarines. In all, 98 crew, 133 passengers, 33 Polish guards and 1394 Italian prisoners are lost from Laconia during the initial sinking and over the next 4 days.
Elsewhere, U-515 sinks American SS Mae (1 killed, 40 rescued).
U-109 sinks British collier SS Peterton (9 killed, captain taken prisoner, 33 survivors).

In Papua New Guinea… The Australians pull back from Ioribaiwa Ridge, to Imita Ridge. An Australian ambush kills 50 Japanese troops who are trapped under pre-ranged mortar fire. The Japanese troops are now exhausted and do not pursue, but instead dig themselves in on Ioribaiwa Ridge. The Japanese offensive has been deprioritised and all reinforcements are now being sent to Guadalcanal.

On the Russian Front… At Stalingrad, there is continued fighting at the Mamayev Kurgan heights, Central Station (which changes hands several times), the grain elevator in the South of the city and Pavlov’s house in the North. Germans make most progress down the Tsaritsa River gorge towards the Soviet landing stage where troops are brought across the Volga River.

In the Mediterranean… British submarine HMS United sinks Italian salvage vessel Rostro and Italian auxiliary submarine chaser V39/Giovanna.

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Blogging and me time before Housework Day. Also meditation and Reiki study before missus time in the evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,553 (up 2)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 0
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
I was pleased with my performance at Reiki Share yesterday, as I ended up leading it without partner who was indisposed, though the bubbly Jane ably assisted. My priorities over the Autumn will be promoting my business ventures and losing some weight! However I’ve learned not to be anxious about such things, just dealing with daily situations as intuition dictates. Making a difference and thankfulness remain my moment-by-moment focal points.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are you ready to seize today’s opportunities?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Mainly dry during the day.
Scattered showers moving in during the evening and throughout the night.
Wind will be consistently moderate and south-westerly.
Max Temp: 13 degC
Min Temp 9 degC
Sunrise 06:45
Sunset 19:16
Jetstream: Directly over Britain and westerly.

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
There are no limits to what you can accomplish when you’re supposed to be doing something else. : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
UNLIKELY THINGS TO HEAR ON A HISTORY DOCUMENTARY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKuf1xyh-9k&feature=relmfu

8. TRIVIA
Marie Curie was the first person ever to win two Nobel Prizes. Her first was in Physics (1903) and the second in Chemistry (1911).

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” — ZIG ZIGLAR

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SUNDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 2012 09:14 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (16th September 1942)
In Papua New Guinea… The Japanese advance is halted at Ioribaiwa with ferocious air support. The allies now have complete local air superiority. American reinforcements landing at Port Moresby also give them an imminent advantage on the ground and a counter-offensive is in preparation.

In the Arctic Ocean… U-457 is sunk by British destroyer HMS Impulsive.

In the Atlantic… German submarine U-156, with 90 survivors of British liner Laconia on her deck and more being towed in lifeboats, carries a large large Red Cross flag across her deck gun to display its status. Nevertheless, an American B-24 Liberator bomber attacks the submarine. Skipper Werner Hartenstein has no choice but to order the 90 survivors on the deck to jump into the sea, cut loose the tow lines to the lifeboats, and dive. U-156 survives the attack.
Elsewhere US transport ship SS Mae is sunk by U-515, US transport ship SS Commercial Trader is sunk by U-558 and Greek transport ship Joannis is sunk by U-165

In the Pacific… US B-17 Flying Fortress bombers attack Rabaul, New Britain, causing little damage.

Over Libya… US B-24 bombers attack Benghazi overnight

Over Germany… RAF Bomber Command sends 369 aircraft to attack Essen overnight

In the Aleutian Islands… The Japanese withdraw their forces on Attu to Kiska

In the Indian Ocean… British ship SS Ocean Honour sunk by Japanese submarine I-29

In Madagascar… The Allies reach Andriba and the Vichy Governor General requests Allied armistice terms.

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Blogging, the milk run, and ironing in the morning. Meditation after lunch and some prep before Reiki Share in the early evening. Missus time in the later evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,551 (no change)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 0
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
On my way back home from the Weekend Job last night, I found myself contemplating the question What do I really want? My logical/rational mind simply had no answer. It didn’t have enough data to answer such a question. Fortunately these days I have come to rely on another resource for decision-making – my intuition. I relaxed and allowed it to speak. In my Christian days I would have interpreted this “voice” as that of the Holy Spirit. These days my nondualist philosophy defines intuition as one of the experiences of consciousness. My intuition reminded me what I already decided – what I want is the experience of making a difference, and the resources to do so will come through the discipline of Gratitude. I consequently went home thankful!

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
What do you really want, and what are you doing to get it?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Dry start. Rain moving in from midday will be heavy at times.
Rain will clear in the evening and it will be dry and clear overnight.
Wind will be consistently moderate and south-westerly.
Max Temp: 14 degC
Min Temp 11 degC
Sunrise 06:43
Sunset 19:19
Jetstream: Over northern and central Britain and south-westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
Gambling addiction hotlines would do so much better if every fifth caller was a winner : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
UNLIKELY THINGS TO HEAR ON A BREAKFAST SHOW
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7H2lXQPp34&feature=BFa&list=PL6D032E17A3CC9CCF

8. TRIVIA
The cymbal company Zildjian was founded in Istanbul in 1623.

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“A moment of gratitude makes a difference in your attitude.” — BRUCE WILKINSON

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MONDAY 15th SEPTEMBER 2012 08:18 BST

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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (15th September 1942)
In the South Atlantic… U-68 sinks Dutch SS Breedijk (2 killed, 37 survivors). U-506, U-507 and Italian submarine Cappellini begin arriving to assist U-156 rescuing hundreds of survivors who have been floating since the sinking of British troopship Laconia in the evening of September 12. The submarines, on the surface, start towing lifeboats towards the coast of West Africa.
In the North Atlantic… A British Whitley bomber sinks U-261 on its maiden patrol (all hands lost). U-517 attacks convoy SQ-36 sinking Norwegian SS Inger Elisabeth (3 killed, 23survivors) and Dutch SS Saturnus (1 killed, 35 survivors).

In the Carribean… U-515 sinks Norwegian MV Sørholt (7 killed, 31 survivors). U-514 sinks British SS Kioto (20 killed, 54 rescued).

Over France… 12 RAF Boston bombers destroy whaling factory ship Solglint in a daylight raid on the harbour at Cherbourg

At Gibraltar… Italian frogmen enter the harbour and place limpet mines on British SS Ravens Point, which sinks in shallow water.

In Papua New Guinea… At Ioribaiwa Ridge, with stalemate in the centre and on one flank, the Japanese bring up their reserve on the other side looking to outflank the Australian positions through the jungle. They run into the Australian line creating havoc and disrupting the defences. The Australians also throw in their reserves, but they cannot dislodge the Japanese.

In the Pacific… In the Coral Sea, Japanese submarine I-19 attacks a convoy escorting troop transports to Guadalcanal. US aircraft carrier USS Wasp is hit by 3 torpedoes and burns out of control (194 killed, 1969 rescued) US battleship USS North Carolina is badly damaged and has to return to Pearl Harbor for repairs. US destroyer USS O’Brien suffers minor damage and heads to USA for repairs. US warships drop 80 depth charges but I-19 escapes unharmed.

In the Aleutian Islands… US bombers from Adak Island again bomb the harbor at Japanese-held Kiska Island.

On the Russian Front… At Stalingrad, there is heavy fighting all day as Germans try to push into the city. An NKVD rifle battalion manages to hold on to the top of Mamayev Kurgan despite bitter fighting. German infantry advances down the Tsaritsa River gorge towards the Volga, again threatening to cut the Soviet defences in two.

In Norway… Free French submarine Junon lands 10 British commandos and 2 Norwegian corporals to destroy the German-held power station at Glomfjord (Operation Musketoon).

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Blogging then missus time before Shift 2 of the Weekend Job. Footie on the TV in the later evening.

 Twitter Followers = 1,551 (up 1)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 0
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0

3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
After a good night’s sleep (despite a 4am wee) I have awoken refreshed, calm and ready foy my day, living each moment as it arrives.

4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Where does today fit in to your life’s purpose?

5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Dryand fine all day, with sunny periods.
Dry and cloudy overnight.
Wind will be moderate and westerly, veering south-westerly overnight.
Max Temp: 15 degC
Min Temp 12 degC
Sunrise 06:41
Sunset 19:21
Jetstream: North of Scotland and westerly

6. TODAY’S ONELINER
The world’s most embarrasing experience is to finish masturbating, look up, and find that someone’s left you a cup of tea. : D

7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
UNLIKELY THINGS TO HEAR AT THE WORLD CUP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Auxrh6kqbZc&feature=rellist&playnext=1&list=PL6D032E17A3CC9CCF

8. TRIVIA
There are approximately ten million bricks in the Empire State Building.

9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
“You can do anything you put your heart, mind and soul into. Far more than you can imagine. Be fearless. Do it.” — LL COOL J

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