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About Gormenghast

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    Earl of Groan

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    With the Bright Carvings.
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    Hat wearer.
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  1. Strictly come dancing. Eastenders.
  2. When Inverness Caledonian Thistle beat Celtic 3 - 1 Super Caley Go Ballistic, Celtic Are Atrocious
  3. Well, I'm a monkey's uncle who's a cousin to a chimpanzee Like I was reelin' and a rockin' and a swingin' from a coconut tree Oh, honey can't you see you bring out the monkey business in me.
  4. "The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca Skloot Henrietta died in 1951 from cervical cancer. Cells from the cancer were collected and found to remain viable and reproduce freely, allowing lots of research to be carried out on human cells. This resulted in lots of medical discoveries, including proof that the Polio vaccine was safe to use on humans, chemotherapy, cloning and many more Perhaps all of us have benefited from these. The book covers her early life, illness, family background and their reactions. Also the research that has been enabled by using her cells. The cell line, known as Hela cells, is still used today in medical research.
  5. So what should we do about it?
  6. Gormenghast


    You have your way, I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist. ~Friedrich Nietzche
  7. I saw this tonight circling over what I think is Sharrow/Highfield/ Heeley area for about 30 mins . (Hard to be specific as it was a distance away.) It wasn't visible on Flightradar. The abpve post from shepcanon would explain it.
  8. People who say "nucular" when the word is nuclear. Just want to make that cular...
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