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Don't ever what to go back

Post by nirvana on Sun Jan 09, 2011 1:01 am

First stepped out of the aeroplane
I'd felt like I'd been here before
Took a ?? me down
Put a smile on my face
Felt like I could do more

How ace are buildings!
How big are the blocks
Reminds me of London, stuck in a graveyard

Six foot deep, bleaker street, no one lives out
People smile, never got the time
I look down I can not see the ground
A man who reads the news says there's no crime
There's no one around
There wasn't a sound
There's no one to arrest today
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Fell in love with it, don't want to leave it
Don't ever what to go back
Skateboards are cheaper, don't want it bigger
Whole place stops for the winter of '96

-10, 1pm east village time
I laugh at your ?? you bought
Snow, snow, so we walk 70 blocks
On days like this nothing seems to far
Get in shot, I don't ask a lot
The weather was frozen, there wasn't a ??

Fell in love with it, don't want to leave it
Don't ever what to go back
Skateboards are cheaper, don't want it bigger
Whole place stops for the winter of '96

Maybe I could be here a long time
Much longer than I planned to stay
No telling when they'll get the airport open
No telling when i'll get way
Trying to tell us nothing's wrong
Trying to get the fire back on
Never lost a day of fun
Silence in the heightened mass of ??

How ace are buildings!
How big are the blocks
Reminds me of London, stuck in a gridlock

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Post by kosovohp on Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:00 am

The history of the office of governor of Kentucky is largely one of long periods of domination by a single party, though different parties were predominant in different eras. Federalists were rare among Kentuckians during the period of the First Party System, and Democratic Republicans won every gubernatorial election in the state until 1828. The Second Party System began when the Democratic-Republicans split into Jacksonian Democrats and National Republicans (later to become Whigs). Beginning with the election of Thomas Metcalfe in 1828, the Whigs dominated the governorship until 1851, with John Breathitt being the only Democrat elected during that period. With the collapse of the Whig Party in the 1850s, Democrats took control of the governorship for the duration of the Third Party System, with Charles S. Morehead of the Know Nothing Party being the only exception. The election of Republican William O'Connell Bradley in 1895 began the only period of true two party competition for the governorship; from Bradley's election through 1931, five Republicans and six Democrats held the office of governor of Kentucky. Since 1931, only three Republicans have served as governor of Kentucky; Ernie Fletcher, who served from 2003 to 2007, is the most recent.

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Post by nirvana on Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:19 pm

Premier League bosses criticise 2022 Cup switch plan


Wenger says a switch to winter would be too problematic
Premier League managers have come out against the idea of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar being played in January.
Sepp Blatter, head of world football's governing body Fifa, has backed a switch, conceding that summer temperatures in Qatar are too high.
But Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger warned: "It would create problems between clubs and countries and countries and Fifa.
"It would mean completely reorganising the whole world's fixtures, and I cannot see that happening."
The Frenchman continued with a hint of sarcasm: "As you know, we have a Christmas period which is quite busy here, and England would be very happy to play the World Cup in January just after that.
"It looks like an idea that has come out of nowhere because nobody was told that when the bid was voted for."
Fulham manager Mark Hughes said the Premier League would still be playing matches in July if a switch to winter in 2022 happened.

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Blatter saying he "expects" it to be changed is the clearest indication yet that the process of moving the 2022 World Cup is well and truly under way
He said: "That's the only way round it from my interpretation. It's going to be a huge change that year and how it impacts we won't know until it actually happens."
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp's sarcastic response was that the idea was "another clever move from Mr Blatter".
Former England manager Graham Taylor, speaking to Eddie Mair on Radio 4's PM programme, said he found the idea of the switch "amazing".
He added: "If people weren't aware of that prior to the vote then I don't really know what is happening.

Club football dominates in England and they won't take kindly to a four-week - or even more - winter break
Former England boss Graham Taylor
"He's now saying it's going to be too hot in the summer. I mean everyone's been aware of that for goodness knows how long. So I really am at a loss for him coming in now and saying there's a possibility of it being played in the winter."
Taylor said he expected the tournament to go ahead but felt it would cause problems in the Premier League.
"If the Premier League hasn't changed, if we haven't bought into some form of winter break, of course there's a problem, there's no doubt about that," he said.
"Club football dominates in our country and they won't take kindly to something like a four-week - or even more - winter break."
Qatar won the right to host the 2022 World Cup last month, becoming the first Middle Eastern country to be chosen to stage football's most prestigious tournament.
However, concerns were raised almost immediately about playing it at the height of summer, when temperatures in Qatar can exceed 40C.
Fifa president Blatter said on Friday: "Although we have the basic conditions of their bid for a June and July World Cup, the Fifa executive committee is entitled to change anything that was in the bid.
"When you play football you have to protect the main people - the players."


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