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Post  akaishuu on Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:30 am

Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long

I think I'm trouble, there's always a couple
Around me wherever I go
They're out there to bug me
I don't think it's funny
Everybody's laughing at me yeah

I wanna go out, but there's no one about
All my friends want a quiet one at home
They're that same age as me
And their husbands to be yeah
Everybody in the building

Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long

I make a move here, and I make a move there
I've got millions of things on the go
I'll write me the best lines, they're too corny sometimes
Everybody's laughing at me

Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long
Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long

And now when I find her, there's rings on her finger
I'll try every trick in the book
And I've got some more pride, I've got time on my side
Everybody's gone without me yeah

Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long
Everybody in the building has to sing the song
All the boys and all the girlfriends sing the sing-a-long
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Wikileaks founder Assange bailed, but release delayed

Post  nirvana on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:25 am


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The founder of whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has been granted bail in London on conditions including cash guarantees of £240,000.

But he will remain in prison pending an appeal against the bail decision lodged by Swedish prosecutors.

Mr Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden, where he is accused of sexually assaulting two women earlier this year.

He denies the charges, which he says are politically motivated and designed to discredit him.

His lawyer Mark Stephens said the case was turning into a "show trial".

A large crowd including demonstrators, reporters and a number of Mr Assange's high-profile supporters gathered outside City of Westminster Magistrates' Court for the bail hearing on Tuesday.

Journalists inside the court were given permission by the judge to report on proceedings live via micro-blogging website Twitter.

Mr Assange was granted bail on condition he provides a security of £200,000 to the court, with a further £40,000 guaranteed in two sureties of £20,000 each.

Mr Stephens said almost half the bail money had been raised and he was confident they would have all the cash before the appeal hearing.

Mr Assange must also surrender his passport, obey a curfew at an address in Suffolk, wear an electronic tag and report to a local police station every evening.

Mr Stephens said the High Court would hear the challenge to the bail decision within the next 48 hours.

Speaking outside court, he said: "The Swedes won't abide by the umpire's decision. They want to put Mr Assange through yet more trouble, more expense, more hurdles.

"They clearly will not spare any expense but to keep Mr Assange in jail."

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If he had been refused bail, it would have meant the court had become a political arena”

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In his first appearance at court last week, Mr Assange was refused bail on the grounds he could flee - despite the offer of sureties from figures including film director Ken Loach.

Lawyer Gemma Lindfield, representing the Swedish authorities, argued on Tuesday that the court had "already found that Mr Assange is a flight risk" and "nothing has changed since last week to allay the court's fears in this regard".

But District Judge Howard Riddle disagreed, saying that questions about Mr Assange's place of residence and the circumstances of his arrival in the UK had both now been cleared up.

Following the bail decision, human rights activist Bianca Jagger said: "I was very pleased with what happened and I am glad that due process has taken place. I trust the British legal system and I hope justice will be done."

But she expressed concern that the case had been "politicised".

Before the appeal against release was announced, Mr Loach said such a move by the Swedish authorities would "show there is some vindictiveness that goes beyond this particular case".

He added: "It would show there is some political element to the case, as clearly he is entitled to be given bail."


Mark Stephens: "They clearly will not spare any expense but to keep Mr Assange in jail"
Author Yvonne Ridley said: "It is a victory for common sense. If he had been refused bail, it would have meant the court had become a political arena."

Mr Assange is accused of having unprotected sex with a woman, identified only as Miss A, when she insisted he use a condom.

The Australian is also accused of having unprotected sex with another woman, Miss W, while she was asleep.

The extradition case is due to return to the magistrates' court on 11 January.

Earlier on Tuesday, Mr Assange's mother told Australian television station Channel 7 that she had spoken to her son in prison.

"I told him how people all over the world, in all sorts of countries, were standing up with placards and screaming out for his freedom and justice, and he was very heartened by that," Christine Assange said.

"As a mother, I'm asking the world to stand up for my brave son."

'No access'
Mrs Assange also read a statement from him, which she had copied down when he spoke to her from Wandsworth Prison. In it, he defended the actions of Wikileaks, adding: "My convictions are unfaltering."

Mr Stephens said his client had not been given any of his post - including letters relating to legal letters - since being remanded in custody.


People demonstrated in support of Mr Assange outside City of Westminster Magistrates' Court
"He has absolutely no access to any electronic equipment, no access to the outside world, no access to outside media," he said.

The lawyer said the only correspondence his client had received was a note telling him that a copy of Time magazine sent to him had been destroyed because the cover bore his photograph.

In recent weeks, Wikileaks has published a series of US diplomatic cables revealing secret information on topics such as terrorism and international relations.

The latest release, published by the Guardian newspaper, shows that the US had concerns after the 7 July bombings that the UK was not doing enough to tackle home-grown extremists.

Another cable claims British police helped "develop" evidence against Madeleine McCann's parents after she went missing.






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Re: Everybody in the building has to sing the song

Post  phupost on Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:09 am

Blender lyrics

1,2,3,4

I used to hate you, But now I love you
Still like a rose
Still like a rose
And when you kiss me, I wanna slap you
Sorry it's lost
I feel like I've lost
I chew my nails down, I look at the ground
I am pissed
I am shy
Because you threw me, in a blender
I am hot
I am cold

Do you wanna get to know me
Do you wanna learn to get inside my head
Do you wanna get to touch me
Cause now my ex is officially dead

I don't lalalala like you
I lalalala love you
I used to hahaha hate you
But now I really fucking love you

I'm feeling stupid, but I won't tell you
I am blond
I feel dumb
I smile sweetly, in the daytime
Night I'll turn
Night I'll turn
I smoke my eyes out, hoping you'll shout
Be my girlfriend
Be my girlfriend
And when you just flirt, I'll tell you it hurts
I want more
I want more

[- From :http://www.elyrics.net/read/p/pretty-reckless-lyrics/blender-lyrics.html -]
So you do you wanna get to know me
Do you wanna learn to get inside my head
Do you wanna get to touch me
Cause now my ex is officially dead

I don't lalalala like you
I lalalala love you
I used to hahaha hate you
But now I really fucking love you

Could you, could you, could you, could you keep a secret
Would you, would you, would you, would you wanna keep it
Wouldn't, wouldn't, wouldn't, wanna make a scandal
But I could get ya, get ya, get ya by the handle
And if ya, if ya, if ya, if ya really feel me
Then you got me, got me, got me thinking maybe
For a minute maybe two but not in public
I'll make you lalalala lovesick

I don't lalalala like you
I lalalala love you
I used to hahaha hate you
But now I really fucking love you
I don't lalalala like you
I lalalala love you
I used to hahaha hate you
But now I really fucking love you

these lyrics are submitted by AmberBrown
these lyrics are last corrected by F.Missblu

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