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The Middle Of Yesterday

by James D Clarke

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I work and play on the internet. Check out my written blog href="" target="_blank" ahref=""> for more about me, and Twitter for daily thoughts.

All photos posted since 22.07.08 are taken with my 5 Megapixel Nokia N95 8GB.

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My highlights | My top rated images | Gigs | Aston Villa | Cats | Me | Jordan | Steph | Walsall | Birmingham | London | Newquay | Edinburgh | HESFES '07 | HESFES '08 | Retro | Snow!


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New Book!

Steph bought me 'The World Beard & Moustache Championship' book the other

It's got some class beards in, many of which I aspire to one day conquer
myself! These are my faves....

You can buy it here:
5th Jun 2007, 20:34   | tags:,,comments (8)

Drink is also good...

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It's the Magners season once again!
5th Jun 2007, 19:10   | tags:,,comments (1)

Food is good!

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After 3 weeks of illness and not feeling like doing anything...eating, or
moblogging...I'm back, and so is my appetite, woo!
5th Jun 2007, 19:08   | tags:,,comments (1)

We got pick 'n' mix...

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New Cons...

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It's that time of year again...
25th May 2007, 18:24   | tags:,,comments (4)

Chris Cornell @ The Astoria, London

What an awesome gig! He played almost a two and a half hour set, consisting
of material from his entire career; Soundgarden, Temple Of The Dog (see video), Solo,
Audioslave as well as a couple of obscure soundtrack numbers, a Jacko cover
(Billy Jean) and dragged David Arnold out to play keys on the recent Bond
Theme they wrote together.

His voice was amazing throughout and his band really did justice to the
great songs they were playing!


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17th May 2007, 17:05   | tags:,,comments (2)

The M40...

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