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hi i posted on the old forum about getting badges made with the the words keep it real,i was just thinking how about getting car stickers promoting the ferrisconsiracy website,i have seen plenty of other websites stickers on cars ect,i dont think this would be illegal,as is is a website in which people can visit just like any other,what do people think,lets spread the word.

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Definetly a good idea Frankie, Bilko would have no problem sticking one on his car.............dae ye think it would clash wi my CrimeLord book oan the dash??? Bilko


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it sure would bilko hahahah

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Talking about sticking things oan the dashboard of cars reminded me of a guy i knew many years ago. I was roon at his hoose one night when he took some pleasure in showing me a polis hat complete wi badge, the full bhuna. Anyway ah says to him hauf joking, "ye should stick it across yer back windae in the car....... you kin park anywhere in the toon wi nae hastle, no parkin tickets." etc.

 

Aboot a week or something later he's drove oor tae ma hoose an were talkin away an he says Bilko, aff been in and oot the toon aw week an a kept the coppers hat in the back windy when a parked..... the f**kin geme man! nae tickets or nuthin, ye kin get a lenny it anytime." Am like: "very good, ah told ye didnt ah?"

 

So its the endy the night and we go doon the sterr to his motor......Nae kiddin.......some kids hus dumped hauf a can a white gloss paint aw oor his motor!!......He's nearly greetin, gaen it "whit the f**K"".....dirty wee basurds!!".....The Bilkster is trying to look well concerned.....but ah think ma rollin aboot the close might have gave me away.....Am pissin ma self.

 

See to tap it right aff tae..... he turns roon and says...."Bilko ah left the coppers hat in the back tae"

 

"Silly C**T.................thats why the weans gave ye the free paint joab!!!"

 

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Frankie mate if ye had car stickers yer motor would probably be safe from the young team but my F**k you would get pulled over day after day by the FEDS then they will just hustle ye so the badge idea is about he same only I would like a car sticker first as Iv no got a wan myself (a motor that is) so all in all the badge aye KEEP IT REAL the sticker mmmmmmm jury's oot on that yin mate.

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Hi All... great debate about, ahem, badges...  Why do I find it so ironic that if one has a copy of Slimelord on one's dash (incidentally, I put mine there the day), one is immune from being hassled by the cops, but if one was to have a ferrisconspiracy.com sticker on one's car, one would constantly be hassled by the feds???  Is it just me, or should it not be other way around?  Oh sorry, I forgot, the police are mates of Tam's.  Anyway, I would proudly stick a ferrisconspiracy.com sticker on my car, and even though Ms Admin is a lady and likes to conduct herself as one at all times, to the feds, I'd say 'get it right up yees'!!


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The Sunday Times May 28, 2006

Tartan podcaster blossoms amid worldwide weeds

The success of Mark Hunter’s Tartan Podcast is making broadcasters sit up and listen carefully, writes Nick Thorpe

Mark Hunter is not normally given to “rants”. In fact the self-employed window cleaner usually lets his musical taste do the talking when he puts on his headphones as Scotland’s most popular podcaster.

But today’s show is different. Today he was fizzing long before he booted up his Mac and clicked on his mike: “Recorded live in Glasgow, the music capital of Europe, you’re listening to the Tartan Podcast, episode number 88, and I’m not in a good mood . . . ”

 

Fuelling the ensuing diatribe — which he punctuates with strange and wonderful bands such as the Kazoo Funk Orchestra and the Stopstarts — is an article he has discovered by a woman journalist in London. In it she describes home-grown podcast programmes proliferating “like the weeds of the worldwide web” and asks, among other things: “are you a pod spod?” “There’s a sort of snobbery in some parts of the media,” complains Hunter, 34, who found his unpaid niche in cyberspace showcasing Glasgow’s unsigned underground bands.

“The assumption is that anything put out by members of the public can’t be any good,” he says.

In fact, if he is anything to go by, conventional broadcasters should start planning for retirement. His simple interplay of unexpected new music and unpretentious chat — punctuated by the occasional passing tractor or squealing offspring at his home on the outskirts of Glasgow — has captured the hearts of 6,000 listeners from Kelvinside to Cape Town.

“I think the average podcaster’s audience is 35 people, so I’m not doing too badly,” says the self-deprecating father of two, who records his half-hour programmes between window-cleaning contracts.

“When I first got my proper studio mike last year you could hear rain falling and people passing in the streets outside, and I worried it was a bit unprofessional. But I got e-mails from people all over the world saying it was great to be able to hear the authentic sounds of this little place in Scotland, so I stopped worrying about background noise.”

For those still baffled by the latest technological buzzword, podcasting — a blend of “iPod” and “broadcasting” — allows anyone with inexpensive software and a microphone headset to record short, free audio files that can be downloaded via the internet to computers or MP3 players anywhere in the world. Due to music licensing laws — which Hunter circumvents by approaching unsigned bands directly for permission — most of Britain’s fledgling podcasters have opted for speech-based audio diaries, with mixed results.

“The net’s full of them — they just won’t shut up!” says the broadcaster Muriel Gray, who says she trawled cyberspace in search of talent for a radio documentary that goes out tomorrow. “It’s like listening to those round-robin Christmas letters telling you about what piano grade little Johnny is on . . . I just don’t care.”

If podcasts are the weeds of the worldwide web, the problem seems to be how to find the flowers. A cursory glance at the popular portal BritCaster.com reveals offerings ranging from Confessions of a Student (“random talk from the Travelodge, Warrington”) to sermons from Kelvinside Hillhead parish church. In Top of the Pods, two thirtysomething men make weekly lists of things — most recently types of beard.

Others include a climber halfway up Everest and a Japanese jogger offering snippets from his trip to the hairdresser. Gray, however, is impressed with the educational applications of podcasting.

“We went to a deprived area of Glasgow and met these confident 10-year-olds who had been absolutely transformed by making their own radio station,” she says.

Education was also the motivation for “Dr Pod”, an Edinburgh-based female GP who offers a weekly amalgam of quirky findings in medical journals with advice on conditions ranging from diabetes to HRT. “We’ve been really amazed with the uptake,” says Dr Debbie Bruce, who works in the Western General hospital in Edinburgh.

“It really seems to have caught people’s imagination, and we’ve been having 300 hits a day — a mixture of medical professionals, who use it as a way of catching up on the latest research, and members of the public.”

As with most UK podcasters, she’s doing it all unpaid. However, other media opportunities have presented themselves since she began the service in January, including the offer of a newspaper column.

If you believe the hype, this is the new broadcasting, much as blogging was the new print journalism. Even the more sceptical newspapers now include online podcasts and blog options.

And the underground keeps growing, throwing out occasional impressive blooms. For Gray the best is Hunter: “A lovely, lovely man giving Scottish bands a platform they’d never normally get.” But if today’s rant is understandable, the truth is that gems such as Tartanpodcast.com remain the exception rather than the rule — at least for now.

 

“When people get excited by technology, by the delivery of content rather than the content itself, they’re missing the point. It reminds me of Francis Ford Coppola when he said the video camera was going to turn us into a global nation of film-makers, so that the next Oscar winner would be a 14-year-old girl from Brazil, or whatever. It hasn’t happened yet.”

Podcasters is broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland tomorrow at 11.30am. To sample a range of podcasts log on to: http://www.Scotcast.net, http://www.BritCaster.com, http://www.Tartanpodcast.com; http://www.Drpod.co.uk

 

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TESCO LOSES THE PLOT

 

Tesco condemned for selling pole dancing toy.

 

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Mother of two Karen Gallimore was searching for Christmas gifts for her two daughters, Laura 10, and Sarah, 11, when she came across the 'toy'

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Tesco has been forced to remove a pole-dancing kit from the toys and games section of its website after it was accused of "destroying children's innocence".

The Tesco Direct site advertises the kit with the words, "Unleash the sex kitten inside...simply extend the Peekaboo pole inside the tube, slip on the sexy tunes and away you go!

"Soon you'll be flaunting it to the world and earning a fortune in Peekaboo Dance Dollars".

The £49.97 kit comprises a chrome pole extendible to 8ft 6ins, a 'sexy dance garter' and a DVD demonstrating suggestive dance moves.

The kit, condemned as 'extremely dangerous' by family campaigners yesterday, was discovered by mother of two Karen Gallimore who was searching for Christmas gifts for her two daughters, Laura 10, and Sarah, 11.

Mrs Gallimore, 33, of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, said yesterday: "I'm no prude, but any children can go on there and see it. It's just not on."

Dr Adrian Rogers, of family campaigning group Family Focus said yesterday that the kit would "destroy children's lives".

He said: "Tesco is Britain's number one chain, this is extremely dangerous. It is an open invitation to turn the youngest children on to sexual behaviour.

"This will be sold to four, five and six-year olds. This is a most dangerous toy that will contribute towards destroying children's innocence."

He added: "Children are being encouraged to dance round a pole which is interpreted in the adult world as a phallic symbol.

"It ought to be stopped, it really requires the intervention of members of Parliament. This should only be available to the most depraved people who want to corrupt their children."

Tesco today agreed to remove the product from the Toy section of the site, but said it will remain on sale as a Fitness Accessory, despite the fact that the product description invites users to "unleash the sex kitten inside".

Also on sale on the Tesco website is a strip poker game, "Peekaboo Poker" which is illustrated by a picture of a reclining woman in underwear.

The card game is is described as a game that "risks the risque and brings a whole lot of naughtiness to the table.

"Played with a unique pack of Peekaboo Boy and Girl playing cards, the aim of the game is to win as many Peekaboo chips as possible and turn them into outrageously naughty fun."

The pole dance kit is the latest item to fuel allegations that major retailers increasingly sell products which "sexualise" young children such as T-shirts with suggestive messages.

In recent years Asda was forced to remove from sale pink and black lace lingerie, including a push-up bra to girls as young as nine.

Next had to remove t-shirts on sale for girls as young as six with the slogan "so many boys, so little time."

And BHS and others came under fire for selling padded bras embellished with a "Little Miss Naughty" logo and t-shirts with a Playboy-style bunny that said "I love boys...They are stupid."

Tesco last night denied the pole dancing kit was sexually oriented and said it was clearly marked for "adult use".

A spokesman added: "Pole dancing is an increasing exercise craze. This item is for people who want to improve their fitness and have fun at the same time."


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TESCO LOSES THE PLOT

 

Tesco condemned for selling pole dancing toy.

 

pole dance game family

Mother of two Karen Gallimore was searching for Christmas gifts for her two daughters, Laura 10, and Sarah, 11, when she came across the 'toy'

Enlarge the image

Tesco has been forced to remove a pole-dancing kit from the toys and games section of its website after it was accused of "destroying children's innocence".

The Tesco Direct site advertises the kit with the words, "Unleash the sex kitten inside...simply extend the Peekaboo pole inside the tube, slip on the sexy tunes and away you go!

"Soon you'll be flaunting it to the world and earning a fortune in Peekaboo Dance Dollars".

The £49.97 kit comprises a chrome pole extendible to 8ft 6ins, a 'sexy dance garter' and a DVD demonstrating suggestive dance moves.

The kit, condemned as 'extremely dangerous' by family campaigners yesterday, was discovered by mother of two Karen Gallimore who was searching for Christmas gifts for her two daughters, Laura 10, and Sarah, 11.

Mrs Gallimore, 33, of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, said yesterday: "I'm no prude, but any children can go on there and see it. It's just not on."

Dr Adrian Rogers, of family campaigning group Family Focus said yesterday that the kit would "destroy children's lives".

He said: "Tesco is Britain's number one chain, this is extremely dangerous. It is an open invitation to turn the youngest children on to sexual behaviour.

"This will be sold to four, five and six-year olds. This is a most dangerous toy that will contribute towards destroying children's innocence."

He added: "Children are being encouraged to dance round a pole which is interpreted in the adult world as a phallic symbol.

"It ought to be stopped, it really requires the intervention of members of Parliament. This should only be available to the most depraved people who want to corrupt their children."

Tesco today agreed to remove the product from the Toy section of the site, but said it will remain on sale as a Fitness Accessory, despite the fact that the product description invites users to "unleash the sex kitten inside".

Also on sale on the Tesco website is a strip poker game, "Peekaboo Poker" which is illustrated by a picture of a reclining woman in underwear.

The card game is is described as a game that "risks the risque and brings a whole lot of naughtiness to the table.

"Played with a unique pack of Peekaboo Boy and Girl playing cards, the aim of the game is to win as many Peekaboo chips as possible and turn them into outrageously naughty fun."

The pole dance kit is the latest item to fuel allegations that major retailers increasingly sell products which "sexualise" young children such as T-shirts with suggestive messages.

In recent years Asda was forced to remove from sale pink and black lace lingerie, including a push-up bra to girls as young as nine.

Next had to remove t-shirts on sale for girls as young as six with the slogan "so many boys, so little time."

And BHS and others came under fire for selling padded bras embellished with a "Little Miss Naughty" logo and t-shirts with a Playboy-style bunny that said "I love boys...They are stupid."

Tesco last night denied the pole dancing kit was sexually oriented and said it was clearly marked for "adult use".

A spokesman added: "Pole dancing is an increasing exercise craze. This item is for people who want to improve their fitness and have fun at the same time."

 

Yes i bought one of these myself and was digusted when i opened it and found it contained a lap dancing pole with instructions on how to 'perform'.....BUT no woman inside!! Diabolical liberty so it is!....A lap-dancing pole and nay burd wi it?.....A mean thats like selling a car with no wheels.....or a book minus the last chapter.....Whits the point. Anway i took it back and exchanged it for the 'Little miss naughty' t-shirt but it wouldnt fit oor Mrs Bilko's big heid.....Talk aboot a waste of money. Bilko


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Bilko it was marked BIG BERTHA (18+) so you never got the blow up doll then?.......my wee auntie still thinks that Pole dancers come fa Poland...Bless her.

 

Yes i bought one of these myself and was digusted when i opened it and found it contained a lap dancing pole with instructions on how to 'perform'.....BUT no woman inside!! Diabolical liberty so it is!....A lap-dancing pole and nay burd wi it?.....A mean thats like selling a car with no wheels.....or a book minus the last chapter.....Whits the point. Anway i took it back and exchanged it for the 'Little miss naughty' t-shirt but it wouldnt fit oor Mrs Bilko's big heid.....Talk aboot a waste of money. Bilko


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Bilko it was marked BIG BERTHA (18+) so you never got the blow up doll then?.......my wee auntie still thinks that Pole dancers come fa Poland...Bless her.

 

Yes i bought one of these myself and was digusted when i opened it and found it contained a lap dancing pole with instructions on how to 'perform'.....BUT no woman inside!! Diabolical liberty so it is!....A lap-dancing pole and nay burd wi it?.....A mean thats like selling a car with no wheels.....or a book minus the last chapter.....Whits the point. Anway i took it back and exchanged it for the 'Little miss naughty' t-shirt but it wouldnt fit oor Mrs Bilko's big heid.....Talk aboot a waste of money. Bilko

The least said aboot BIG BERTHA the better.....Them three females have got bobbit on their minds!!  Bilko


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Bilko it was marked BIG BERTHA (18+) so you never got the blow up doll then?.......my wee auntie still thinks that Pole dancers come fa Poland...Bless her.

 

Yes i bought one of these myself and was digusted when i opened it and found it contained a lap dancing pole with instructions on how to 'perform'.....BUT no woman inside!! Diabolical liberty so it is!....A lap-dancing pole and nay burd wi it?.....A mean thats like selling a car with no wheels.....or a book minus the last chapter.....Whits the point. Anway i took it back and exchanged it for the 'Little miss naughty' t-shirt but it wouldnt fit oor Mrs Bilko's big heid.....Talk aboot a waste of money. Bilko

 

The least said aboot BIG BERTHA the better.....Them three females have got bobbit on their minds!!  Bilko

That was a very quick dog walking exercise Bilko...and don't you worry me and Frankie boy will sort oot thae ladies as bobbit is looking fur a parkin space


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 well well well no surprise there bilko buying the dodgy doll

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