The longest word in the english dictionar
Posted Aug 10, 2008
The longest word in the Oxford dictionary is:
Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism: An incomplete form of pseudohypoparathyroidism characterised by the same constitutional features (short stature, obesity, short metacarpals, and ectopic calcification) but by normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the serum.
Do you any other other words that cane be taking from this word and their meaning.
New X-Men Movies and Cartoons
Posted Aug 7, 2008
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is set seventeen years before the X-Men, it will explore Wolverine's violent past and his encounters with William Stryker and the Weapon X Project. The Film is due to come out on May 01 2009 and is directed by Gavin Hood and stars Hugh Jackman.
There will also be a new cartoon called Wolverine and the X-men which will be shown on Nickelodeon in Spring 2009. There is a terrorist attack on the mansion and Charles Xavier and Jean Grey are missing. The X-men disband and Scott becomes very depressed and withdrawn. Emma Frost appears and she says that she can find Charles Xavier.
Grays State Cinema
Posted Feb 23, 2008
'Help Save the State Cinema'
The State Cinema in Grays is a Grade II listed building. It has been unused for the past 18 years despite rumours of it returning back to it's former glory days.
The State Cinema could be converted into a multi entertainment venue for various cultural and musical events as well as show classic films.
The website is http://www.savethestate.co.uk/
Posted Feb 23, 2008
Freecycle is where you offer your unwanted items and that everything that is given away or taken away is done without any payment being received.
Here are the websites for the UK
Ashington Blyth & Tyne line
Posted Sep 8, 2007
I have signed a petition for the Ashington Blyth and Tyne railway line to be opened. The Ashington, Blyth and Tyne area have no railway links. The railway stations in these areas have been closed for over 40 years. The petition is to ask for the re-introduction of the passenger rail services on the Ashington Blyth & Tyne line which is a fully maintained mostly double tracked line used by just a few freight trains a day. The line should be used to introduce rail services between Ashington, Bedlington and Newcastle, which would provide considerable regenerative benefits to South East Northumberland.
Here is where to sign the petition: http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/ABTreopening/