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    Supposedly. The best parties. Are in London. I deny.

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    AKTIVIST EXKLUSIV

    Miala byc piekna wypowiedz. Ale nie mam sily. A musze napisac:


    Chcialem oznajmic. Ze nie autoryzowalem wywiadu. Ktory pojawil sie w najnowszym magazynie AKTIVIST EXKLUSIV. W wyniku czego. Nie wszystko wyglada. Tak jak mialo wygladac. Tekst zostal zredagowany, przez co o ponad polowe skrocony. Pierwotnie brzmial inaczej. I moje slowa. Mialy troche inny wydzwiek.


    Pozdrawiam.

    Stanislaw z Bobrowca.

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    WEEKENDERS







    Boys & Girls.

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    CROSSFADER





    Stone. Flower. 23 grams. Tripods. Wooden floor.

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    SO YOU





    Seize.

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    ONE LINE





    Fine.

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    STOLEN MOMENTS





    Garden. The place to be. The place.

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    KOMPOL
















    Poloniusz Tajner. I my.

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    REMEMBER THE TIME





    Kopenhaga.

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    LINKS





    1046 - Naser Khosrow begins the seven-year Middle Eastern journey which he will later describe in his book Safarnama.

    Safarnama is a travel journal written during the 11th century by Nasir Khusraw (1003-1077). It is also known as the Book of Travels and was a work that shaped the future of classical Persian travel writing.





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    CONTRIVANCE




    Discovering freedom. Alnwick Gardens. Henry IV. Thinking.


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    CENTRAL STATION




    When I come back around.

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    THE UNBREAKABLE




    So - be friends with an artist? Are you kidding? They only want to talk about themeselves anyway, until they're about 60, when they start reading a few books and visiting the National Gallery and you can have a decent conversation about art.

    Whatever. I prefer The Independent.



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    INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY






    Four men, five punches and a boot: A 19-year-old woman is arrested


    Duncan Campbell and Eric Allison
    Thursday March 8, 2007
    The Guardian


    According to the CCTV camera that recorded the incident, the first blow was thrown at 02.18.58. Seconds later, as she was pinned down by two police officers and two nightclub staff, the young woman was hit on five further occasions. A foot then appears to be placed on her body.
    The 19-year-old seems limp, and may even have been unconscious. As the officers struggle to pick her up and drag her to a waiting police van, the teenager's trousers fall round her ankles.

    Toni Comer remembers nothing of the incident outside the Niche nightclub in Sheffield. She is an epileptic and thinks she had a fit. But the footage, which has been obtained by the Guardian, is now the centre of a police inquiry that will test whether the officers involved acted proportionately during the arrest, or with unnecessary force. The video, which can be seen on the Guardian Unlimited website, has already caused concern in Sheffield among those who have seen it.
    Ms Comer's lawyers are demanding that the Independent Police Complaints Commission launches an investigation to look properly at the inconsistencies they believe are found in a statement made by PC Anthony Mulhall. The officer has admitted he hit her but claimed he acted in self-defence and only after extreme provocation.

    The struggle involving Ms Comer, now 20, from Sheffield, took place when she was arrested outside the club last July. She had earlier been ejected from the club and had then damaged a car belonging to a security guard in the club's car park.

    Yesterday she pleaded guilty to criminal damage and was given a conditional discharge and ordered to pay ?250 compensation to the car owner. Sheffield magistrates court was told by Danny Simpson, Ms Comer's lawyer, that the arrest had caused "a great deal of distress" and an officer "punched Ms Comer five or so times until she would say she was unconscious". He added that it was now the subject of a complaint to the police and "may in due course be the subject of civil proceedings".

    By chance, the club's security cameras caught the arrest. The film shows Ms Comer and PC Mulhall at the top of a fire escape. During a struggle, they roll down the stairs until PC Mulhall lands on top of her. He can be seen striking her five times. Other police officers arrive, including a dog-handler and dog, and she is dragged to a police van with her trousers down.

    Ms Comer admits she had been drinking brandy and had become aggressive in the club. She is convinced she had an epileptic fit and the officer has said he saw foam at her mouth. She has suffered more than 20 such fits, the first when she was pregnant with her two-year-old son.

    She said she was unaware of what had happened during the arrest until shown the film. "I was shocked when I first saw the film. I didn't think they'd do something like that. I didn't want to go out of the house after seeing it."

    She acknowledges the police would have been unaware of her medical condition and says that her father has told her that she can be aggressive during a fit. "But they should be aware of those types of illnesses. It's shocking what the police did to me - I wouldn't wish it on anyone."

    Her father, Leroy Walcott, said yesterday that he had been shocked by the film. "To see that happening to your daughter is bad enough but the fact that police officers are involved makes it doubly worse."

    In a statement after the arrest, PC Mulhall acknowledges he struck Ms Comer but said he only did so in self-defence and after extreme provocation. "She began to kick, spit and made attempts to bite me," he said in his statement. "As her hands became free she tried to grab handfuls of my genitals and knee and kick me in the same place. At this point, I struck her as hard as I was able with my right fist in an attempt to subdue her. There was no apparent effect so I did this twice more."

    When she kept resisting, he said, he hit her again. Trying to put her in handcuffs, he states that "I now struck her as hard as I was physically able in an attempt to deaden her arm ... In the end I had to use brute force."

    Ms Comer, who is 5ft 6in tall and weighs nine stone, has one previous conviction for handling when she was 14. She was given community service.

    Ruggie Johnson, coordinator of The Monitoring Group North and editor of the local magazine Wha' a gwan, first obtained the footage. "I was absolutely shocked when I saw it. It's like something out of the Deep South." He said it reminded him of the Rodney King episode in Los Angeles when police officers were seen on camera making an arrest of a drunk driver.

    A spokeswoman for the South Yorkshire force said: "A complaint has been lodged and is now being looked into."

    Peter Mahy, the lawyer handling the complaint said: "It raises very serious concerns, hence my call for it to be investigated independently by the Independent Police Complaints Commission."



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    CELEBRATION




    I was born.



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    I FOUND OUT




    Call a spade a spade.



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    LIGHT



    Echo.

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    STILLS FROM HEELS














    Shot a sheriff. Call sheep. Cows and prawns.



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    TRIP DO HADRIAN'S WALL COUNTRY













    Ford. Kordian. Bowling. Observation. Route down. Quiz for youths. Guess the order or how the things jerks.



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    IPOD SHUFFLE




    My peoples come first.


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    IS IT GOOD ENOUGH























































































































































































































































































    You've seen it before?


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    GO FOR





    I missed it. Twice. Wish me luck.

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    COLD




    It is cool. To be.


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    NICE TO SEE YOU

    You look perfect.

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    LONDOWN






















    Student life.

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    WELCOME BACK






    PolEnd. WarSo.

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    TRAFFIC





    Call me Mada.

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    BUY IT




    Talking heads.

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    AS USUAL




    Mega missle. To all my family and friends.

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    DULL

    Boredom. A common way to escape boredom is through creative thoughts or daydreaming. I'll try the CAGE questionnaire.

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