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Is this a deer or a moose?
This is the badge for Watford, a football club in the second tier of English football.

My mate sa...
Asked by: Cookie
Submitted: 7th Mar. 2011
Ending: 4th Apr. 2011
Suggestions: 4
Comments: 6
Category: Artistic, Arts & Culture
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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-21

Sweet sunnies! Unfortunately these were discontinued in 2003. Its the typical marketing turnover, even if a product is selling a company will make a finite run so people think that the next time they see an item they really want they cant hang around for the price to drop, they have to buy it NOW!

That clearly dosent answer the question though!!!!! I guess an email to Oakley and a search of the usual eBay etc could work.

However, one thing you must be sure of is that its better to stick your head out of a helicopter window and lose just your sunnies..........

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3 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-21

Did you find anything else in the garden with it? And how long do you think the earth has been undistirbed? It might be difficult to work out but I guess if the building/garden is of a certain age you might be able to work out when it was buried. Brilliant find!

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-21

I bet its impossible to go through the checkout process without being forced to pay the postage. Amazon themselves should be responsible for this, whomever the vendor is. Its easy to see this and just dismiss it, what should happen is an email to Amazon to let them know, an email to the vendor to tell them it is out of line, and an email to Kingstom whom I am sure would not want to be associated with this type of practice. Lots of work though!

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1 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-08

Red Bull are incredible. Water, sugar, caffeine, a bit of fizz and bosh, you are a billionaire and you can spend doing all sorts of crazy stuff!

I read that the original energy drink from Thailand was actually laced with drugs, and was used as a party drink. In that respect, very similar to Coca Cola (alledgedly). Back off Coke lawyers!

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1 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-08

I have got no idea who this is!

Is this someone who has turned out good looking natuarally, or has had a load of surgery?

And who is it!!!!!!

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2 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-08

Am I exposing myself as a philistine if I admit I have never used MySpace, not once?

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3 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-08

But there are no moose in England!

I cant bear for it to be a moose, this is going to lead to constant mickey taking from my mate..........

I vote Hart!

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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-08

As a supporter of a lower division club I have got to say this is the first time in years the premiership has sparked an interest.

I think its a combination of an ageing Chelski squad, a transitional stage for Man Utd post Ronaldo and Tevez, a maturing yet still not spending Arsenal, the wild card of Man City and the emergence of Spurs.

However, in answer to the question, I think a lot rides on the participants in the Champions League and thier squad's ability to maintain momentum.

To this end, I think Arsenal have the better squad, so depending on injuries, my vote goes for the Gunners.

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-07

The Murdoch empire! So of course its draconian.

Do you just love they way the UK government have just bent over backwards to let him buy the whole of BSkyB.

Its not even been referred to the monopolies commission, erm, if one man has got a monopoly in the mass media its him!

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-07

I think the area described in Lauries response is the only area when you can be pretty sure of seeing one. I read they can predict its arrival nearly 40% of the time by measuring temperatures and humidity onland and offshore.

Would love to see it - has anyone seen one in real life?

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2 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-07

I think he needs to look to Kallis and Tendulker. Both have been run machines in the sunset of thier careers.

Give up the captaincy, concentrate purely on your batting, be an example for the younger generation, and just enjoy the days you have left.

There is no doubt he is class and has stuggled with a slightly under par Aussie side. No man can carry a team, so use his strengths to inspire the next generation.

The big question though surely is - who is next for Austrailian captain?

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2 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-07

In answer to the question - he was the best.

I have a got a great Bruce Lee fact though, which not many people know.

He was also a great dancer, and before he came to fame in martial arts was Cha Cha champion of Hong Kong!

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-07

Yes I think this is right. I saw a program which had the performers rehearsing - in this particular year they had part of the stage which was just a couple of centimetres below the water. It seemed like evryone could walk on water!

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4 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-02

While there may have been other man made structures as impressive in terms of size and scale, the thought strikes me that while a dam or a bridge, or maybe a cathedral are all more massive they all have been built with a specific purpose.

The photo just shows how this statue has been built almost just for the human joy of the process of doing something very difficult and the fact that although strictly speaking it has no function it unites the community below.

I would love to see this one day!

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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-02

First you have got to work out who your maker is!

If you think your maker is God, or chance, or evolution, or chemistry, or physics, or fate, or if you dont think any of us actually exist maybe its the working out which makes you the person you are.

I was always blown away when watching the film Bladerunner where Roy Batty, a sentient android with a fixed term of life fights his way to Earth to meet his maker. To actually sit face to face with your creator! Its an awesome scene.

Kermit looks to have a much better relationship with his maker than Roy Batty though, thats for sure.

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

Not sure what street it is but if you look closely there are three 'To Let' signs - maybe 1930's middle of the depression? Although I thought that was more severe in thge US.....

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3 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

Got to say that seeing that other angle posted by bug_sy is absolutely incredible. You can see everyone else running and he has literally decided enough is enough.

Awesome - post of the month in my book!

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1 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

Ooops, forgot to add that I thought it might be a Messerschmit?

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1 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-01

Cars like this are the future! We cant all drive 2 ton gas guzzlers, theres no room an no resources.

Stick a Honda Fireblade tuned 900cc sports engine in it and then check out its 0-60..............................

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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-01

I dont know how you can split the likes of Hamilton, Vettel and Alonso. Put them all in buses, gives them Silverstone for 2 hours and let the best man win!

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2 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-01

If I find a new planet can I be the one to name it? Come to think of it, who does get to name new planets?

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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-01

I have read some of the current thinking and a lot of it is specifically regarding a relationship with dead ancestors.

The summer solstice is the big attraction at Stonehenge, and rightly a celebration of life and our place in the universe. However the winter solstice is also perfectly aligned and would have been a real commitment for an individual to attend - snow, freezing temperatures, no shelter, all for a very brief window of alignment.

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1 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

Great quote - 'The Power of 64K Memory'!

By the way, how many K are there in my iPod's 50GB memory?

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2 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

A friend of mine dropped his lit cigarette as we were walking through Victoria train station and it landed perfectly balanced on end! Mahipca must be right, there have been billions of coin tosses in all history, one of them must have landed on its edge.

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1 :: Comment by Cookie on 2011-03-01

I think this is the right track, looks like the top of a drilling derrick. Mind you, I have just seen the scale of the cars below it. It is HUGE!

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3 :: Suggestion by Cookie on 2011-03-01

I can remember learning about Anthony Burgess at school, as he wrote 'A Clockwork Orange'.

I seem to remember that he was a lapsed Catholic so it makes his quote even more strange.

He was a very bright man though, check him out.

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