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w.j.flywheel
- user joined since February 2, 2007
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Just how widespread is Paranoia? With the growing use of certain drugs just how many people in this country actually suffer from it and, as a word that is frequently bandied around, what is it's current definition?
In Psychiatry - asked by w.j.flywheel - 3 answers - 11 years ago
The lovely Nigella Lawson is in trouble, or rather her programme is. Does it really matter that a bus ride wasn't real and that some of her "friends" are actually extras. It's TV after all and we all know it's not real, don't we?
In TV - asked by w.j.flywheel - 1 answer - 11 years ago
What do Arabella Weir and Richard E Grant have in common, apart from appearing in the series "Posh Nosh" together?
In Acting - asked by w.j.flywheel - 1 answer - 11 years ago
I just watched "Secret Diary Of A Call Girl" and my hair is still standing on end! There seemed to be no taboos in this programme and I still don't know what to think of it. If you saw it what was your opinion of it?
In TV - asked by w.j.flywheel - 3 answers - 11 years ago
Tongan players in tomorrow night's Rugby World Cup Match against England are taking to the field with their hair dyed green to highlight their financial problems! Have you ever protested about something in a similar way?
In Ruby, Protests - asked by w.j.flywheel - 1 answer - 11 years ago

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All that means is that Lycos don't listen to us! Not exactly a dfficult conclusion to come to under the circumstances. Is the German Version still in the Beta phase, does anyboy know?


Go To Question - asked by w.j.flywheel - 0 replies - 11 years ago

According to this site it is either a Skulk, or a Leash of Foxes.

http://www.coolquiz.com/trivia/didyouknow/animal_groups.asp


Go To Question - asked by w.j.flywheel - 0 replies - 11 years ago

All I can say on that is that they see what you want them to see. If you go to my profile all you will actually find is the questions I have answered etc because I don't put up things like my email address or anything which would vaguely suggest that I am, in fact, a human being.

You can do this if you want but there is also a facility for only allowing the people in your network to see it.


Go To Question - asked by w.j.flywheel - 0 replies - 11 years ago

The European Union. I think we should all go up to and kiss a French person, given the opportunity.


Go To Question - asked by w.j.flywheel - 0 replies - 11 years ago

This is from "UK Gameshows.com":

"A behemoth of children's programming, for nearly three decades Crackerjack pretty much marked the start of the weekend with its mixture of sketches, pop performances and of course its games. Countless different games were played down the years - there were any number of straightforward on-the-buzzer quizzes, alongside other games like the jigsaw-based Jig-Jak and Hangman variant Take A Letter, but the show's signature game was Double Or Drop, devised by original host Eamonn Andrews, in which kids had to answer questions while holding on to an ever-increasing pile of prizes (with cabbages added to the heap for wrong answers). Win or lose, everyone went home with the coveted "Crackerjack pencil".


Supplement from 04/18/2007 07:40am:

Go To Question - asked by w.j.flywheel - 0 replies - 11 years ago