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  1. SUFC_Ross

    Anyone with a van?

    Anyone have a van and around for an hour or so tomorrow or Over the weekend at all? Need to collect a couple of items of furniture from Billericay and back to southend?
  2. yogi bear up the cagire

    Midi blog

    I see the blog section appears just to deal with football, so I've stuck mine here. Don't know whether it will interest anyone but it was good therapy, unwinding after an exhausting weekend. MIDI BLOG Today is one of the few days I can sit in front of the computer with absolutely no guilt...
  3. Rob Noxious

    Memory Lane FM247: Radios In Motion

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrZyqo-kiZE&nohtml5=False This might resonate a little for anyone who's come back to Southend after a little while away. I was staying in town over the w/e and was at a bit of a loose end between an afternoon curry and seeing a gig at The Railway. I had a...
  4. londonblue

    Things You've Broken at Home and Got Away With

    Years ago, when I was still at school I had an 18th birthday party in my parents' house. My parents were very sensible and booked into a hotel for the night. That was partly to do with noise, and partly to do with the fact that about 20-30 people stayed over because they had travelled long...
  5. RobM

    Oh deary me! £50,000 as well

    "A lottery-winning couple who blew all of their prize money in the space of a year say they are now facing eviction from their home for a second time after being refused benefits. Jobless Jamie and Abbie Hort won £50,000 in the Christmas 2014 Channel Islands Lottery but the Guernsey couple...
  6. pringlejon

    Best place to buy furniture etc.

    Moving in to a new unfurnished flat next week and have none of my own furnishings to speak of (bar a double bed and small tv) so need to completely fit it out. Kitchen has white goods so that is fine, but need at least 1 sofa, a tv (about 40 inch) and whatever else decks out a flat. I'm...
  7. £95m... would you let your boss do this to you?

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/06/10/us-sexharassment-suit-idUKTRE7596IS20110610 A federal jury in Illinois has awarded $95 million to a woman who said she was the victim of a sexual harassment campaign that culminated when her boss allegedly threw her down on a couch and masturbated on her...
  8. Admin Fees Revealed

    Let's just say i stumbled upon these earlier and quite frankly, it's no wonder why we're in trouble. This list is taken from SOL website. Unfortunately i can't post a link or copy and paste the origional article. Make of it what you will.... DETAILED PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT...
  9. Bob Cratchitt

    Question When and what made you sign up to ShrimperZone?

    After digging out some old posts from yesteryear, got me thinking about the all these posters who seem to be part of the furniture now but were no where to be seen back then. I think it would be good to see what drove us to join and when. My own story is that I used to frequent Shrimpers.Net...
  10. Rusty Shackleford

    Slipper of the Yard

    Wonderful article here by one of my favourite journalists/commentators, Mark Steyn: “He was always affable and very much a gentle giant,” said Bruce Reynolds. “He was one of the old school,” agreed one of Mr Reynolds’ colleagues. Gentlemen publishers? Art dealers? Yes, Mr Reynolds has a...
  11. Moving House

    Looks like our chain is finally complete, plus we have a potential move date of 1st Sept. We plan on doing all the packing ourselves, but want to use a removal firm to do the rest. Still staying in Leigh, so I wondered if members of the Zone could offer any recommendations for removal companies...
  12. 1 million in negative equity

    this morning the bank of england has warned that 1 million homes could fall into negative equity and also predict that values could decrease by a further 15%. my view is simple, the more snatch backs which go to auction will result in property prices falling further than 15%,i reckon it will...
  13. The Big Dady

    Layer Road Auction Dates Confirmed

    Layer Road Auction Dates Confirmed From Col Ewe OS http://www.cu-fc.premiumtv.co.uk/page/News/0,,10424~1328134,00.html Colchester United fans will be able to get their hands on parts of the club history when the U's hold a special auction at Layer Road later this year. As the club prepare...
  14. Matt the Shrimp

    Letter to the Chancellor...

    Oops, looks like Mervyn has had to write to Gordon to explain why inflation this month is at 3.1%... clicky (pdf) Two thoughts: 1. Interest rates will be up again next month - watch out all those on anything other than fixed rate mortgages. 2. This paragraph leapt out: Why did CPI inflation...
  15. Vange Shrimper

    Proud to be British?

    Being British is about driving in a German car to an Irish pub for a Belgian beer, then travelling home, grabbing an Indian curry or a Turkish kebab on the way, to sit on Swedish furniture and watch American shows on a Japanese TV. And the most British thing of all? Suspicion of anything...
  16. Bielzibubz

    A touch of nostalgia

    The complete team line up for the 1980/81 Fourth Division title championship side and what their doing now John Walker (now a copper in Rayleigh) Dave Cusack (now works for the Press Assosiation) John Keeley (Brightons goalkeeping coach) Paul Caskey (now works for the National Australia Bank)...
  17. Napster

    The 1980-1 championship team

    John Walker A defender, Walker made 51 league appearances in 6Å years at Southend. In 1983 he joined the police; at 47, he is a chief inspector in Rayleigh, Essex. 2 David Cusack Signed from Sheffield Wednesday in 1978, Cusack played more than 200 times in defence for the Shrimpers and was...
  18. Have you ever 'ego searched'

    Type in your name on Google Image and see what interesting results come up....mine leads to some real random pictures - and but most worryingly anyone else?
  19. A major earthquake has hit Southend

    A major earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale has hit Southend in the > early hours of the 17th June 2004. The epicentre was the Town Centre. > > Casualties were seen aimlessly saying 'bang out of order', 'mental' and > 'that did my ed in'. The earthquake decimated the area causing...
  20. Napster

    Mark Prudhoe and Darlington's creditors

    Four Corners Food Service, Darlington £6,250.32 All Events Security £1,638.50 AON Ltd, Newcastle £26,133.05 Aquatech Ltd, Colcehester £2,458.04 Aramark, Newton Aycliffe £307.39 AES, Darlington £638.50 Beacon Woodcraft Ltd, Walsall £18,403.24 Biffa Waste Services Ltd. High Wycombe £775.64 Brakes...
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