On This Day.....

rockin_plumber

The Plumber That Rocks
MAY 10, 1978 - Liverpool became the first British side to ever retain the
European Cup as they beat FC Bruges by a 1-0 scoreline at Wembley 30
years ago today.


 

edge_of_the_wire

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1941 - British singer Eric Burdon, formerly of The Animals, was born.


1966 - Rammstein drummer Christoph Schneider, nicknamed 'Doom' after his favourite computer game, was born.
 

edge_of_the_wire

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1965 - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones were arrested for "insulting behaviour" in London. The act was urinating on the wall of the Francis Garage.

1978 - Portuguese footballer Ricardo Carvalho was born.


1980 - Mount St. Helens erupts in Washington; 57 people were killed.
 

wicky

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afraidtoshooteddie said:
:withstupid: 8)
:banana: :banana: :banana:

Thats if we find the place :err: I'm very good at getting lost LOL

Actually maybe we'd better leave in a minute to give us a good chance :err:
 

afraidtoshooteddie

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wicky said:
:banana: :banana: :banana:

Thats if we find the place :err: I'm very good at getting lost LOL

Actually maybe we'd better leave in a minute to give us a good chance :err:

LOL I go where Tomtom tells me to :D
 

edge_of_the_wire

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1930 - American actor Clint Eastwood was born.


1948 - The late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham was born.


2002 - The 2002 F.I.F.A. World Cup officially kicks off in South Korea and Japan.
 

edge_of_the_wire

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1970 - Tonga declares its independence from Great Britain.


1975 - American actress Angelina Jolie Voight was born.


1985 - Lukas Podolski, winner of the 2004 U.E.F.A. European Under-21 Championship with Germany, was born.
 

edge_of_the_wire

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1968 - The Rolling Stones released the single Jumpin' Jack Flash.


1990 - The 1990 F.I.F.A. World Cup kicks off in Italy, which hosted the tournament back in 1934.
 
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