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The amazing Uri Geller
Randi shows us that Uri's 'powers' are proving as useful as always.....
Geller fearlessly predicts that Michael Moore will still be fat
On the James
Whale Radio Show in the UK, Geller predicted that David Coulthard would
win the Formula 1 motor race in the UK. He exhorted the listeners to shout
"Win, David, win!" or words to that effect. Coulthard had a
crash in the first lap at the first corner, and as a result of the damage
had to retire on lap 3.
In the UK's "Big
Brother" TV show In July 2001, Geller tried to get people to stop
one contestant, Paul, being evicted from the Big Brother house by placing
their hands on the TV screen. Paul was evicted soon after.During
the Wimbledon Games in 2001, Geller announced he was using his "powers"
to back tennis star Tim Henman. Henman lost to Ivanisevic.
In 1997 Geller predicted
that a horse named "Go Ballistic" would win the Grand National.
The race was abandoned.
On 14 December,
1996, Geller tried to get the viewers on the "Noel Edmond's House
Party" BBC television program to psychically support the English
cricket team then touring Zimbabwe. The first match started the following
day. He asked viewers to place their hands on an "orange circle'"
(there's one in his "Mind Power" kit) and "wish the England
cricket team to win." There were five matches between England and
Zimbabwe between 15th December, 1996, and 3rd January, 1997. England
lost three and drew two.
In 1996, Geller
asked everyone to touch an orange spot on the TV screen in order to
make England win the 1996 European Football Championship. Immediately
after that process started, they got knocked out of the competition
Geller worked for
the Reading Football Club, assisting them psychically, but it all boomeranged
when the team was relegated.
England -vs- Scotland:
Appearing on GMTV on Friday, 12 November, 1999, Geller said he was going
to use his "powers" to help Scotland beat England, after he'd
helped England win the last time they met. The result: England beat
England -v- Argentina:
Appearing on GMTV (a TV outlet in the UK, though no one knows what GMTV
stands for) on Monday, 29 June, 1998, Geller predicted that England
would beat Argentina 1-0 in their game to be played on Tuesday, 30 June.
The result: England lost in a penalty shoot-out, the full-time score
standing at 2-2 and no goals being scored in extra time. David Beckham
was sent off, reducing the England side to 10 men. Of course, GMTV features
all sorts of psychics and astrologers, so failure is ignored.
Exeter City Football
Club: We've already mentioned this latest "curse." Geller
became a co-chairman of this 3rd Division club in 2002, but at the end
of the season they were relegated, and the owners were being investigated
for some "irregularities."
But hey, Uri still
has Aussie-grown idiots to love
useful gun laws
a few things to say about Australia's latest fantastically stupid
population, just as many criminals carrying guns, and a lot of people
with a politically-correct sense of smugness.
first law of government: The inevitable failure of legislation will be
seen as a justification for even more legislation.
Yourish brings us up to date with the sterling efforts of the Palestinians
in seeking peace.
Oh for fucks sake
litigants may target Cadbury
we target the litigants.....with rifles.
war on terror
Bacon brings some wonderfully
horrible news to John Pilger fans worldwide.
out of the woodwork
Penny's post about the US supreme court sodomy decision has
attracted a bunch of psycho gay-haters like flies to shit.
out this freak:
Good too know
you think its healthy when a man puts his dick in another mans anus......isn't
that just beautiful???
pc idiocy aside.......homesexuality is completely treatable. Of course
Damien and other soft conservatives do not want to acknowledge this
because it conflicts with there agendas!
And indeed, we
have seen Thousands upon Thousands of ex homo's lead constructive healthy
Again, the whole
gay philisophical underpinnings are completely shattered by the FACT
that there are gaggles of ex gays now leading normal lives!!
Just as there
are thousands upon thousands of people who are recovering alcoholics
or any people from any serious addictive behavior!
What is it
with freaks and exclamation points?
Good to know that
"homesexuality" is completely treatable, and that sufferers
are now leading healthy "hetersexual" lives.
love them conservative values. In my experience, gay-haters are generally
people with serious sexual/psychological hang-ups. They're the modern
version of the sorry-arsed dweebs who thought rock-n-roll would destroy
society back in the 50's.
life, you pathetic weasels.