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Hollywood in talks with director David Fincher(no pun intended) about doing screenplay for the movie rights for the above mentioned story.Honest...

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Just found some very old footage of revered Pioneer and all round good guy, Gustav Smith, on an old episode of US primetime chatshow "The Johnny Carson Show".It appears to be dated July 8th,1976.This, coincidentally is around the time of the UKs great Ladybird invasion.Gustav talks openly about the Bullfinch sanctuary he owns in Sacremento, California with great friends and co-owners, Lee Leitenants and Lee Chapman.His love of Bullfinches started as a small boy when he saw the local bully, Gripper Stebson Senior trying to nail one to a workbench. "Leave that Bullfinch alone!" Screamed young Gustav.Gripper, not liked being talked to like that AND by someone called Gustav, was beside himself with rage."Its MY Bullfinch!" retorted Gripper.Gustav knew that the bigger Gripper would flatten him but managed to stay his ground."That Bullfinch belongs to the nest in Miss Lusardi's hedge!" replied young Gustav.Gripper was now seething.The Bullfinch, struggling for breadth, was not in the least intimidated.In a kind of Bullfinch/bird type language, the Bullfinch managed to explain to Gripper that "If u take my life now,it will make me stronger than you can possibly imagine" (George Lucas stole part of this quote for Raiders of the Lost Rods, in 1982).Gripper, though not the sharpest tool in the box understood completely but crushed the Bullfinch anyway.Imagine his shock 2weeks later when whilst riding his bike in Greno woods, he was savagely attacked by a mob of angry Bullfinches and died 3days later in the Northern General hospital.Gustav, badly shaken by the whole incident set up the Bullfinch sanctuary in Sacremento, California in honour of the dead Bullfinch, many years later. Till next time....

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Whilst looking through his adult mag "Big Boys Get There Rods Out",12year old Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas) felt his Y-Fronts growing steadily larger.Young Taz's (not Needy Sadboy Tas) mother shouted up..Taz! (Not Needy Sadboy Tas)"There's someone at the door to see you and he's saying he's better and generally superior to you" explained the mother.Taz(not the Needy Sadboy) was furious about this intrusion and obvious web of lies.The interruption had also caused the unexpected vinegar stroke to "cum" to fruition.Taz(not the needy Sadboy) hurled himself down the stairs with his trousers still round his ankles."Are you still reading and doing things with those men magazines?" asked Taz's (not Needy Sadboy) mother. "Who's at the door!!?" Screamed Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas from The Dressing Room).The door opened and who should walk in but 1960s band,"The Seekers". "What do you want?" growled Taz(not the Needy Sadboy)."We hear you've been doing things with the magazine 'Big Boys Get There Rods Out' and we've also come to tell you that we are better and more superior than you" explained The Seekers. "Impossible!" Sniggered Taz(not Needy Sadboy Tas). "We've come to warn you that if you don't stop being a pretentious p***k, people are going to just pretend to be your pal to satisfy your inflated ego." explained The Seekers.Taz(not the Needy Sadboy) who had a striking resemblence to Kevin off The Harry Enfield Show, was stung by this criticism but being the arrogant bully he is, wouldn't admit it.The Seekers had now got Taz's(not the needy Sadboy Tas) attention.

You see, this is how Taz(not the needy Sadboy Tas) became an ATTENTION - SEEKER.

Any similarities in names and plot lines are purely coincidental. ..

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Seems harsh on Kelhar. Not played due to one serious injury.

Letting go top three scorers and top three assisters

our goal tally is extremely poor, someone's got to go

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can we Gustav a rest ,

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