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LPL renamed for whining scous... err... Beatle

Old 6th Jul 2001, 12:25
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Des Lyneham?

Brize Graham Norton?

And back to the sixties, and the rockconnection:

Man (this is really great sh*t!) Stoned

[This message has been edited by JPJ (edited 06 July 2001).]
Old 6th Jul 2001, 13:02
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Latest on the renaming of Liverpool Airport...

Apparently, some evangelical group is a bit upset about the atheistic "Above Us Only Sky" slogan.

Personally, I feel that a more appropriate slogan might be “Above us only heavies on their way to Manchester.”

Old 6th Jul 2001, 18:27
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DockJock and Rollingthunder

I hope you are both right, about the "long wait", for the Olympics, and I think you will find that not an insignificant segment of the population of our fair city would hope you are both right too.

Every man has his price and the incorruptible man the highest price of all.
Old 6th Jul 2001, 18:33
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Lester B. Pearson Airport (YYZ) is actually in the city of Mississauga, so Hazel McCallion would want some input as to what route a rail link would take. But what does this have to do with renaming a UK airport?

Every man has his price and the incorruptible man the highest price of all.

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