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Best way to see Beijing? From a motorcycle sidecar

October 17, 2013

CNN Travel

Bangkok has its tuk-tuk, New York its yellow cab, Berlin the two-stroke Trabant and London its Hackney carriage.

Could a single vehicle ever define Beijing?

Some would say the bicycle, but these days a black Audi with government plates might be a better choice.

But there’s another machine staking an unlikely claim to Beijing’s most iconic road-user: the motorcycle sidecar.

They’re spotted parked outside cafes and late-night Xinjiang eateries, or clanking through their gears along Beijing’s avenues and alleyways.

Loud, brutish and unmistakably retro, they’ve become a symbol of the city in recent years. 

A ride through the hutongs gives visitors a look at the Beijing of old. The recent surge in popularity is owed to tour company Beijing Sideways, set up by a group of expat and Chinese fans of the Chang Jiang 750, a military sidecar manufactured in China for decades before private vehicle ownership was permitted.

The company offers chauffeured tours through the city, as well as rides out to the Great Wall.

“Sidecars are not like traveling in a car; you can see, hear, feel and smell the landscape,” says Beijing Sideways founder Gael Thoreau, who started the company in 2007. 

He’s right. Seconds into my two-hour city tour, the road is rushing by as we dart in and out of cycle routes and skip lanes to beat the traffic.

Low to the ground, exposed to the elements and with the field-gun rhythm of 30 horsepower at ear level, it’s a multi-sensory thrill.

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From 1930s Germany to modern Beijing

Beijing’s sidecar story begins in 1930s Germany, where BMW developed a 750cc sidecar bike, the R71, with what was at the time the latest technology.

The machine found its way into the USSR, and by the early 1940s the Soviets were producing the virtually identical M-72 for military use.

In 2004, 317 Chinese-made sidecars were recognized by the Guinness Book of Records for pulling off the world’s largest sidecar parade. With the 1945 defeat of Germany in World War II, the M-72 became obsolete.

But to the south, the USSR’s newly industrializing neighbor, China, was an eager adopter. 

With the acquisition of blueprints and tooling, it built its own version of the R71/M-72 design in the late Fifties, with the first Chang Jiang (Long River) 750s rolling off the production lines and into the ranks of the People’s Liberation Army a few years later.

Remarkably, this clone of a clone was manufactured in China right up to the 1990s, and continues to be assembled today using old stock by enthusiasts, leading some to claim the Chang Jiang 750 has the longest production run in motor vehicle history.

Today, China is the only country where 1930’s-style sidecars are still in daily use — by both Chinese and foreigners.

“We had our biggest year ever in 2012, especially for export to the States,” says American Jim Bryant, former race car driver and founder of Jimbo’s Classic Sidecars, one of the biggest CJ 750 dealers in Beijing.

“We now have Chinese customers, too, who wouldn’t have been seen dead on one 10 years ago.”

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‘You have to be a mechanic to ride these’

To fans, the bike represents a living connection to the design and technology of a bygone age.

A technology, it has to be said, with a tendency to conk out when you least expect.

Our convoy shuddered to a halt at the foot of the twin-legged CCTV (China Central Television) Headquarters, Beijing’s most divisive piece of downtown architecture. 

“You have to be a mechanic to ride these,” explains Sean, a former muscle car fitter from Canada and our Beijing Sideways tour leader for the day, as he tinkers with his bike.

“Sidecars are not like traveling in a car; you can see, hear, feel and smell the landscape,” says Beijing Sideways founder Gael Thoreau.

This is the Beijing of old. One of the few remaining hutong districts in the south of the city, it idles away its autumn days in suspended animation.

Several alleys are unpaved. Our bikes throw up dust that mingles in the atmosphere with the smell of baking nang breads and public toilets — the smells of people and poverty.

On one lane the demarcation is stark: to our left, a line of crumbling, single-story abodes, a few dusty potted plants sitting on jagged window sills; to the right, the back wall of a new office block.

We pop out of the labyrinth, disoriented, back to neatly clipped modernity. On the final stretch we skirt the southern edge of Tiananmen Square, where snakes of red-capped tourists wait to shuffle past Mao Zedong in his mausoleum.

The experience of seeing all this from such an incongruous machine is somehow fitting. In a city that worships the new, where progress is turbo-charged and history can seem distant, it’s a loud and proud link to a rapidly vanishing past.

On October 19, Beijing Sideways will host the capital’s first sidecar race, the Beijing Time Chase, which will see as many as 50 sidecars hurtling through the city in a race against time to collect clues and uncover hidden traces of old Beijing.

Beijing Sideways offers two- or four-hour tours, the latter of which includes a trip to the Olympic Park area and lunch. There’s also a full-day countryside tour to the Great Wall, while a Beijing-by-night tour is available on request. 

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133 Responses to “Best way to see Beijing? From a motorcycle sidecar”

  1. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    which period was ceramic developed? name three rivers: huanghe, chang jiang and ________________? who was the first emperor that unified china? legalism believes that war was a way to…..__________________?the length of the Huanghe is_______km? the snake spirit, dragon woman, western mother were spirits worshiped by___________________?

    Reply

  2. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I know Nationalist Chinese organized under General Chang Kai-Shek and Communist Chinese Chairman Mao. Now what were their beliefs and how did they differ?

    Reply

  3. Elinor Tuten Says:

    name three famous rivers: huanghe, chang jiang and ________________? who was the first emperor that unified china? legalism believes that war was a way to…..__________________?the snake spirit, dragon woman, western mother were spirits worshiped by___________________?

    Reply

  4. Loretta Neale Says:

    In the shan hai guan area near the great wall there is a temple of Meng Jian who cried Chang Cheng. Can anybody tell me the legend or the story of his woman?

    Reply

  5. Melissa Nason Says:

    Its for my Ws class and i have no idea
    the river not the city

    Reply

  6. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    Also: What continent is the Amazon?
    First correct answer is best answer!!

    Reply

  7. Molly Griego Says:

    I need help on an essay. How did the Ancient Chinese use technology to impact the environment?

    Reply

  8. Desmarais Says:

    Yangzi River can also be called as Chang Jiang.I want to know the exact place of its suorce.

    Reply

  9. Loretta Neale Says:

    Extra Credit Geography Question: Why is the Yangtze River now called the Chang Jiang?????

    Reply

  10. Harriett Legler Says:

    I need to know the elevation of: The Taklamakan Desert, The Gobi Desert, The Northeastern Plain, The North China Plain, and the Middle and Lower Chang Jiang Basins. It’s for my history (the unit is China) and I’ve searched my whole history book and cannot find any information! If you know any of the elevations for these please comment! And no, I’m not lazy, I did search the internet also and couldn’t find anything. Thanks!
    Or does anyone know Physical features of the Taklamakan or Gobi Deserts?

    Reply

  11. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I need to know the elevation of: The Taklamakan Desert, The Gobi Desert, The Northeastern Plain, The North China Plain, and the Middle and Lower Chang Jiang Basins. It’s for my history (the unit is China) and I’ve searched my whole history book and cannot find any information! If you know any of the elevations for these please comment! And no, I’m not lazy, I did search the internet also and couldn’t find anything. Thanks!
    Or does anyone know Physical features of the Taklamakan or Gobi Deserts?

    Reply

  12. Monique Spalding Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  13. Annette Cutter Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  14. Joanne Mefford Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  15. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  16. Noemi Madero Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  17. Amy Lemaster Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  18. Kathleen Frias Says:

    Looking for different kinds of recipes for whole duck, not just the breasts. Thanks in advance….

    Reply

  19. Loretta Neale Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  20. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  21. Monique Spalding Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  22. Marcie Carew Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  23. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  24. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  25. Kathleen Frias Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  26. Amie Wolken Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  27. Christy Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  28. Melissa Nason Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  29. Janet Somerville Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  30. Marcia Hester Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  31. Marcie Carew Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  32. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  33. Patty Guest Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  34. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  35. Melissa Nason Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  36. Carrie Major Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  37. Melissa Nason Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  38. Eberhard Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  39. Carrie Major Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  40. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I am flying to Beijing on August 7th.

    Reply

  41. Joanne Mefford Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  42. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  43. Desmarais Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  44. Patty Guest Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  45. Harriett Legler Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  46. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  47. Louisa Ellman Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  48. Janet Somerville Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  49. Serena Frieden Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  50. Serena Frieden Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  51. Annette Cutter Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  52. Marcie Carew Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  53. Stella Sotelo Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  54. Patty Guest Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  55. Patsy Herring Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  56. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  57. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  58. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  59. Carrie Major Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  60. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  61. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  62. Deborah Holliday Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  63. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    Give sources and internet sites to make your 10 point earning better. OK?

    Reply

  64. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    I heard the name on my social studies homework and it sounded Australian. Is it Australian?

    Reply

  65. Christy Says:

    were is the mouth to the Yangtze River?

    Reply

  66. Serena Frieden Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  67. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  68. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  69. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  70. Deborah Holliday Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  71. Patty Guest Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  72. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  73. Joanne Mefford Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  74. Serena Frieden Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  75. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  76. Amy Lemaster Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  77. Annette Cutter Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  78. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  79. Noemi Madero Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  80. Noemi Madero Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  81. Margery Degarmo Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  82. Gloria Hester Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  83. Stella Sotelo Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  84. Eberhard Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  85. Opal Morrill Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  86. Christy Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  87. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  88. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  89. Harriett Legler Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  90. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  91. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  92. Melissa Nason Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  93. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  94. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  95. Gloria Hester Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  96. Marcia Hester Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  97. Stella Sotelo Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  98. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  99. Margery Degarmo Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  100. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  101. Amie Wolken Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

    Reply

  102. Opal Morrill Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  103. Eberhard Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  104. Marcia Hester Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  105. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  106. Monique Spalding Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  107. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  108. Amie Wolken Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  109. Stella Sotelo Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  110. Marcia Hester Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  111. Marcie Carew Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  112. Eberhard Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  113. Harriett Legler Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  114. Harriett Legler Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

    Reply

  115. Opal Morrill Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

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  116. Marcie Carew Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

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  117. Marcie Thach Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

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  118. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

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  119. Annette Cutter Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

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  120. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  121. Gloria Hester Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

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  122. Serena Frieden Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  123. Lola Lockwood Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  124. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    I was watching the finals for woman’s individual archery between South Korea and China. Why wasn’t anything done when Chinese fans were jeering with “Boos” and by blowing whistles when Korean woman was shooting? I heard they werent’ allowed to bring in whistles or make noises like that when atheletes are trying to concentrate and shoot. And in the Badminton match.. It was a chinese judge who kept giving Korean foul or something when they were serving;;; I heard it was rare for it to even happen once in a game but it was given 5 times when it was clearly not deserved.. If it’s so clear they are being unfair, why isn’t anything being done? and I dont dislike China or anything, I’m just curious.

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  125. Louisa Ellman Says:

    I’ve got to say it wasn’t all that great.

    Firstly, the ‘traditional’ London bus was nothing like they are, this one was all pimped up and modern!
    The dancers were good, however they way in which they threw the newspapers on the floor suggests that UK citizens are all litter bugs!
    Leona Lewis wasn’t all that bad, however I thought David Beckham would have done a little bit more than just kick a ball into the crowd….he could have at least done a few tricks or something!

    The London Bus transformation was quite good, however it was hard to make out the landmarks, and the poor souls on the other 7/8ths of the stadium couldn’t see jack!

    Believe it or not the Olympic commitee hopes that the London opening and closing ceremony’s are going to be as good, if not BETTER thank Beijings.

    Are they having a LAUGH?

    What do you think about the whole situation?
    I have to agree with dunrobin46.

    Borris showed us up big time.

    He didn’t take it seriously! Beijings mayor and the olympic commitee head waved the flag with pride and honour, Borris waved it like he was 4!

    Reply

  126. Opal Morrill Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

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  127. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

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  128. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I’m 13. When i was born my mum said my legs went in but never said anything else then my aunt came round and we were doing yoga and she said my spin has a s shape which is a symptom that comes from scoliosis. My legs are really really long which i hate.. and im kinda lanky so i always thought that my knees going inward was normal but cause i am skinny that u can just see it clearer. Recently i have noticed its not normal and idk if i have scoliosis and its linked with that and so what do i do?

    Ps By inwardds i mean me feet and knees point in .

    Reply

  129. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

  130. Abbey Spencer Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  131. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    This is long sorry! In July of 2011, I was at the Beijing airport, getting on a bus to drive us to the plane. I had a heavy bag I was rolling with me. As I lifted my leg to get on the bus step, I didn’t quite make it and I fell and slammed my shin into the edge of the step. The pain was excruciating. Sobbing, I made it on the bus, but by the time the bus was moving my whole shin was swollen to twice it’s width. It was throbbing SO BAD and my mom got really nauseous just looking at it. It looked so unnatural. On the plane, the nice flight attendants let me have a whole row to myself to elevate my leg. For the whole 2 hour plane ride I had a bag of ice on it, which hurt even more. They put alcohol on it, too. We got off the plane and I couldn’t walk on it so I had a wheelchair. By the time we had gotten out of the airport and into a hotel, the swelling was down a little but there was a huge dent with a big bump right next to a large purple circle of a bruise. By morning, I could walk on it. A few months after I got back, the bruise was gone but it was a tiny bowl that had puss. It was really gross. And there was still a hill-like shape to the top of my leg. Now, a year and a half later, it has stopped oozing puss but it hasn’t improved by any means. It’s a white dip in my leg. If you look at my leg sideways, there is a dent and then directly after that a hilly bump that then goes down to my normal leg. It is also numb to the touch. If I tap my finger on it, I can’t feel anything. I can feel it if I press harder but it’s numb and uncomfortable. Have I damaged the nerves or something? Any info is appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply

  132. Carrie Major Says:

    Here’s some of my favorites. Can you list one or more Post Punk songs to improve this list?

    ‘Sleeping Gas’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Tiny Children’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Poppies in the Field’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Suffocate’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Ouch Monkeys’ by The Teardrop Explodes
    ‘Accuracy’ by The Cure
    ‘Gringing Halt’ by The Cure
    ‘The Holy Hour’ by The Cure
    ‘Che’ by Suicide
    ‘Girl’ by Suicide
    ‘Mr. Ray’ by Suicide
    ‘Religion 1’ by PIL
    ‘Religion 2’ by PIL
    ‘Annalisa’ by PIL
    ‘Public Image’ by PIL
    ‘Low Life’ by PIL
    ‘Fodderstompf’ by PIL
    ‘Memories’ by PIL
    ‘Swan Lake’ by PIL
    ‘Careering’ by PIL
    ‘Transmission’ by Joy Division
    ‘Dead Souls’ by Joy Division
    ‘Pink Flag’ by Wire
    ‘Reuters’ by Wire
    ‘Ex Lion Tamer’ by Wire
    ‘India’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Into You Like A Train’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Dumb Waiters’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘All Of This And Nothing’ by The Psychedelic Furs
    ‘Naked Eye’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Factory’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Citizen (Dance Of Youth)’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Premonition’ by Simple Minds
    ‘Scar’ by Simple Minds

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  133. Noemi Madero Says:

    A hawk tried to get our female Peking duck. She has bad wounds to her head, including her eye is gone. Been looking all over to see if she will survive with just the one eye. We are treating her wounds and are thinking she will pull through. Just can’t find any information on this subject. Thanks. ( sorry double post, didn’t realize the category when I posted last one. This isn’t a joke, I really am serious in my question.)

    Reply

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