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He is in Cambodia trying to convert Pol Pot to Judaism.
RD Nice post. Glad the sporrans have gone though.Niel will be back soon apparently. I havejust bought a sheep puppet to talk to for when he is away.It is not a patch on the real thing. The "Real Thing" are still touring, just in case RD is still in the knife box!
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I wonder if you can get an Issac Hayes sporran? 
[Terence Trent D'Arby] adopted the name Sananda Maitreya, following a series of dreams. His name was legally changed to Sananda Maitreya on October 4 2001. He proclaimed in an interview that "Terence Trent D'Arby was dead...he watched his suffering as he died a noble death," in what was perceived as an attempt to reinvent himself artistically and free himself from what he believed to be the oppressive nature of the record business.
I once pretended to see dead people to get out of a History test but it didn't work. The teacher said that I should ask the dead people the questions as they could probably do better than me. Shucks!
The stereotypical dress of a ned consists of a baseball cap, nearly always worn at an upwards angle. The baseball cap can be seen as a status symbol or identity marker, with certain brands, such as Burberry or Nike, considered preferable along with the MLB Baseball team the New York Yankees. In September 2004, Burberry stopped making branded baseball caps, possibly due to their close association with neds, ned culture, or English chavs. Other items may include a football shirt (often that of a major European club to which the wearer might have no other obvious affiliation) or striped top, and a shell or track suit. Accessories include plain gold earrings, chain necklaces and sovereign rings (which are effectively knuckledusters).