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Who will be the top Danger Mouse? Alexander Armstrong vs David Jason

Steve:

Great choices. What about bringing back Duckula? I’ve written an article to explain who I think should take on voice roles in a rebooted Duckula. Feel free to take a look if you have time…

Originally posted on Metro:

He’s the greatest. He’s fantastic. Whenever there is danger he’ll be there.

But who is Danger Mouse? Between 1981 and 1994, the hugely popular Cosgrove Hall one-eyed rodent cartoon character was voiced by comedy legend David Jason.

Today, it has been announced, next year’s reboot will feature a new voice, that of Alexander Armstrong.

But who is the better of the two to voice the greatest super agent the world has ever seen? Rather than wait to see how Armstrong performs, let’s resolve this now…

The most famous?

You plonker: David Jason autobiography pages printed in new Bridget Jones book

Who do you think? (Picture: BBC)

This is a no brainer.

Sir David today is a knight of the realm and star of Only Fools And Horses, A Touch Of Frost and The Darling Buds Of May.

Armstrong is certainly famous as the host of quiz show Pointless, for his comedy work with Ben Miller and many other things but is less…

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United We Stand: 10 Things I Love About My Country #8: Actor & Actresses

Steve:

Another great country list from Mrs American pie. Love Whoopi Goldberg, still wish she would marry Peter Cushing. Also sad to see there’s no Drew Barrymore :(

Originally posted on O Pie-oneers!:

Yay! Scotland didn’t break up with the UK! I do hope everybody gets what they want out of even having the referendum.

It’s Week 8(ish) for  Steve and Suzie and me! They’re spectacularly Scottish and awesomely English respectively, and I’m American, and here we are once again listing our favorite things about our countries. This week it’s actors and actresses! Also, from this point on, when I say “actors”, I mean “actors and actresses”.

I thought actors would be easy, but when I started mentally cataloguing my favorites, I ran into two problems. First, I don’t really do the Hollywood thing. I don’t watch that many movies anymore, having not a lot of spare time with two young children running underfoot. It’s a 2-ish hour commitment that I just can’t make when I could curl up with a book for 30 minutes and fall asleep. Second, I found my…

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Yes? No? Heads? Tails? Scotland Decides…

Steve:

Well that’s it all over. Scotland has decided now let’s move onwards and upwards and show we are a great country. Some clever young chap has put together Eurovision playlists for such occasions. What a genius…http://wiwibloggs.com/2014/09/19/scottish-referendum-eurovision-playlist-no-vote/60965/

Originally posted on Steve Says...:

discoThursday is almost upon us and the Scottish referendum vote for independence is taking it’s toll on my cat…

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Oh Flower Of Scotland…

Steve:

The countdown begins. It’s all been decided now for Scotland and it’s a waiting game now. Respect each other!

Originally posted on Steve Says...:

Flower Of Scotland...

Flower Of Scotland…

violet

colour

Violet is a bright bluish purple color that takes its name from the violet flower. On the traditional color wheel used by painters, it is located between blue and purple

thistle

plant

Thistle is the common name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins. Thistles are known for their effusive flower heads, usually purple, rose or pink, also yellow or white. The thistle is the floral emblem of Scotland.

This photo is part of the Word A Week Challenge hosted by http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/ with the theme Violet.

To see previous entries see the archive or click on the A Word A Week Challenge in the category cloud of this page.

A Word A Week Challenge

A Word A Week Challenge

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Are You Voting Aye Or Building Another Wall..?

Steve:

Voting well underway! Let’s have a wee sing song to ease the tension…

Originally posted on Steve Says...:

Unless you have been on another planet for the past month you will know that Scotland will vote in the referendum for independence on Thursday. I’ll leave the politics to the people who know what they are talking about but what if I was to decide which way I vote based on songs created by supporters of each campaign..?

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Guest Post – Scotland’s Eve

Steve:

I respect this opinion. I think a lot of people are forgetting it is peoples right to have different opinions from our own. It’s some instances it’s been a case of let’s see who can shout the loudest. Once the dust is settled whether we speak to our neighbours or not, we still have to live under the same roof!

Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:

I feel physically sick tonight.

My stomach is doing somersaults and my heart is racing.

I can’t eat.

It’s the eve of the Scottish Referendum.

Tomorrow I will go to the polls along with my fellow countrymen to cast a vote that will determine whether Scotland stays within the 307 year union of the United Kingdom or declares its wish for independence.

For me there is no doubt in my mind that a vote for independence is the right thing for Scotland.

And, perhaps, more importantly, the right thing for the rest of the world.

A rather grand claim, some may say. And yes, I quite understand the doubts that billions of people would have in imagining that a nation of just over 5,000,000 people could have any great impact on the rest of the world.

What possible benefit could the rest of humanity gain by Scotland declaring itself as…

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Scottish Referendum – Don Charisma’s Opinion

Steve:

Thanks Don! Great to hear an outsiders opinion/views on the Scottish referendum. Oh and Don, don’t knock the skirts until you’ve worn one and feel the breeze about you balls ;)

Originally posted on Don Charisma:

Scotland, it’s the most northerly part of the UK. It’s beautifully mountainous and quite desolate in places, in contrast to built-up places like Edinburgh, which is a great buzzing metropolitan capital city. Worth a visit if you ever get the chance.

On 18-Sep-2014 the scots are voting whether to go for an independent Scotland, that is, separate from the UK or whether to remain part of the UK. A “YES” or “NO” to an independent Scotland. It’s also been brewing for hundreds of years.

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This is not an event to be taken lightly, it’s a historic event, it’s outcome will have a big impact on the UK one way or another. A “YES” vote to Scotland breaking away from the UK, would have the biggest impact.

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The pound dropped considerably on the news that the Scots might actually vote “YES”. Which has been speculated to be because the UK would lose the income from north sea…

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United We Stand: 10 Things I Love About My Country #8: Actors…

Steve:

Arguments between yes and no supporters for independence is reaching new levels. Take a few minutes and have a laugh…

Originally posted on Steve Says...:

scotland_640As its reaching the climax to the Vote For Independence campaign in Scotland I’ve teamed up with Suzie81 Speaks and Crazy Pie Lady to compile a list of 10 things we love about our own country. They love England and America (for some reason) and I love Scotland. Politics aside, let’s enjoy our country!

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United We Stand: 10 Things I Love About My Country #7: Customs…

Steve:

One day to go until the biggest vote of my lifetime…

Originally posted on Steve Says...:

scotland_640As its coming closer to the Vote For Independence campaign in Scotland I’ve teamed up with Suzie81 Speaks and Crazy Pie Lady to compile a list of 10 things we love about our own country. They love England and America (for some reason) and I love Scotland. Politics aside, let’s enjoy our country!

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