Damon, posh? He was at our comprehensive!

Damon, posh? He was at our comprehensive!

Damon, posh? He was at our comprehensive!

First published in News

DAMON Albarn’s former music teacher has rubbished claims he is hiding his “privileged” background.

Singer James Blunt says he is the only singer who has not hidden his posh accent – and accused Albarn of having “an orchard full of plums in his mouth”.

But Nigel Hildreth, who taught Albarn and Blur bandmate Graham Coxon at Stanway Comprehensive School, disagreed.

Read the full story in today's Gazette.

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7:05pm Wed 16 Apr 14

DailyGazette says...

oh, ok
oh, ok DailyGazette
  • Score: 7

8:30pm Wed 16 Apr 14

Fnagster says...

Now I can sleep again, been worrying about his accent for years!
Now I can sleep again, been worrying about his accent for years! Fnagster
  • Score: 6

8:41pm Wed 16 Apr 14

James 1 says...

OMG I cant wait to hear what he had for dinner last night.
OMG I cant wait to hear what he had for dinner last night. James 1
  • Score: 7

8:44pm Wed 16 Apr 14

James 1 says...

ONG I cant wait to hear what he had for dinner last night
ONG I cant wait to hear what he had for dinner last night James 1
  • Score: 4

10:10pm Wed 16 Apr 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !! SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: 5

9:37am Thu 17 Apr 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success.
He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.
[quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !![/p][/quote]Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success. He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester. A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: 5

9:54am Thu 17 Apr 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

Oh sorry in my excitement and exuberance I forgot to mention that both his parents were teachers, which is probably where the posh accent originated from or the fact that one wants to pretend to have not been posh once before earlier in ones life time. ""The Bastions of the Lower Middle Classes""", The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life". Most of their offspring they produce put on these "Posh" accents when they are runts like all of us, to attempt to separate themselves from the Riff Raff of the rest of the school compliment.
In his case he was "Posh" when he wanted to be to get him somewhere,
this is because most of the A&R People in London (Record company officials): come from University backgrounds, then he donned his "Rebel Without A Cause" mode, once he started making his money. It goes back to the old Shakespeare All The Worlds A Stage and We are all Players "Quote" I am afraid.
Teaching staff and their families are some of the biggest wannabe snobs in our communities.
Your life is in their hands at some point, they have the power, to make or break you, that's of course if you do not turn out to be Ronnie Briggs or Kenneth Noye or Valerio Viccei:
Oh sorry in my excitement and exuberance I forgot to mention that both his parents were teachers, which is probably where the posh accent originated from or the fact that one wants to pretend to have not been posh once before earlier in ones life time. ""The Bastions of the Lower Middle Classes""", The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life". Most of their offspring they produce put on these "Posh" accents when they are runts like all of us, to attempt to separate themselves from the Riff Raff of the rest of the school compliment. In his case he was "Posh" when he wanted to be to get him somewhere, this is because most of the A&R People in London (Record company officials): come from University backgrounds, then he donned his "Rebel Without A Cause" mode, once he started making his money. It goes back to the old Shakespeare All The Worlds A Stage and We are all Players "Quote" I am afraid. Teaching staff and their families are some of the biggest wannabe snobs in our communities. Your life is in their hands at some point, they have the power, to make or break you, that's of course if you do not turn out to be Ronnie Briggs or Kenneth Noye or Valerio Viccei: A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: 1

12:39pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Route88 says...

A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
Oh sorry in my excitement and exuberance I forgot to mention that both his parents were teachers, which is probably where the posh accent originated from or the fact that one wants to pretend to have not been posh once before earlier in ones life time. ""The Bastions of the Lower Middle Classes""", The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life". Most of their offspring they produce put on these "Posh" accents when they are runts like all of us, to attempt to separate themselves from the Riff Raff of the rest of the school compliment.
In his case he was "Posh" when he wanted to be to get him somewhere,
this is because most of the A&R People in London (Record company officials): come from University backgrounds, then he donned his "Rebel Without A Cause" mode, once he started making his money. It goes back to the old Shakespeare All The Worlds A Stage and We are all Players "Quote" I am afraid.
Teaching staff and their families are some of the biggest wannabe snobs in our communities.
Your life is in their hands at some point, they have the power, to make or break you, that's of course if you do not turn out to be Ronnie Briggs or Kenneth Noye or Valerio Viccei:
The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life" - 'Mere morsels' - did you mean 'mere mortals'?
[quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: Oh sorry in my excitement and exuberance I forgot to mention that both his parents were teachers, which is probably where the posh accent originated from or the fact that one wants to pretend to have not been posh once before earlier in ones life time. ""The Bastions of the Lower Middle Classes""", The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life". Most of their offspring they produce put on these "Posh" accents when they are runts like all of us, to attempt to separate themselves from the Riff Raff of the rest of the school compliment. In his case he was "Posh" when he wanted to be to get him somewhere, this is because most of the A&R People in London (Record company officials): come from University backgrounds, then he donned his "Rebel Without A Cause" mode, once he started making his money. It goes back to the old Shakespeare All The Worlds A Stage and We are all Players "Quote" I am afraid. Teaching staff and their families are some of the biggest wannabe snobs in our communities. Your life is in their hands at some point, they have the power, to make or break you, that's of course if you do not turn out to be Ronnie Briggs or Kenneth Noye or Valerio Viccei:[/p][/quote]The teaching profession see themselves as a world apart from other mere morsels, like most of us who live in the real world called, "The University Of Life" - 'Mere morsels' - did you mean 'mere mortals'? Route88
  • Score: 3

3:26pm Thu 17 Apr 14

born2know says...

A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success.
He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.
Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford "
Life and career
Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."
[quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !![/p][/quote]Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success. He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.[/p][/quote]Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford " Life and career[edit] Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple." born2know
  • Score: -1

6:45pm Thu 17 Apr 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

born2know wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success.
He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.
Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford "
Life and career
Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."
There is always one or two in this case?
First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal
Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table.
I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!!
Secondly:
I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music.
Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate.
I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl.
Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it):
As I said there is always one on these threads.
[quote][p][bold]born2know[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !![/p][/quote]Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success. He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.[/p][/quote]Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford " Life and career[edit] Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."[/p][/quote]There is always one or two in this case? First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table. I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!! Secondly: I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music. Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate. I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl. Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it): As I said there is always one on these threads. A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: -3

7:56am Fri 18 Apr 14

UndergroundOverground says...

A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
born2know wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success.
He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.
Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford "
Life and career
Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."
There is always one or two in this case?
First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal
Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table.
I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!!
Secondly:
I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music.
Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate.
I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl.
Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it):
As I said there is always one on these threads.
Always one and more often than not it's you Mr AVPG with your half cocked theories and bizarre statements which you love to make. Wafflingon at length about things you seem to know very little about. Adding hyphens to Whitechapel and Leytonstone doesnt make you seem intelligent it does however make you look even more of a berk. Morsel is perhaps a generous term you're more of a scrap.
[quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born2know[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !![/p][/quote]Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success. He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.[/p][/quote]Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford " Life and career[edit] Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."[/p][/quote]There is always one or two in this case? First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table. I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!! Secondly: I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music. Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate. I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl. Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it): As I said there is always one on these threads.[/p][/quote]Always one and more often than not it's you Mr AVPG with your half cocked theories and bizarre statements which you love to make. Wafflingon at length about things you seem to know very little about. Adding hyphens to Whitechapel and Leytonstone doesnt make you seem intelligent it does however make you look even more of a berk. Morsel is perhaps a generous term you're more of a scrap. UndergroundOverground
  • Score: 4

11:14am Fri 18 Apr 14

James.Harrington says...

UndergroundOvergroun
d
wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
born2know wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !!
Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success.
He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.
Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford "
Life and career
Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."
There is always one or two in this case?
First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal
Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table.
I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!!
Secondly:
I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music.
Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate.
I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl.
Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it):
As I said there is always one on these threads.
Always one and more often than not it's you Mr AVPG with your half cocked theories and bizarre statements which you love to make. Wafflingon at length about things you seem to know very little about. Adding hyphens to Whitechapel and Leytonstone doesnt make you seem intelligent it does however make you look even more of a berk. Morsel is perhaps a generous term you're more of a scrap.
Actually I have had a look at the spell check on this device and thread network. The right click spell check, operated by the site network Hyphens White-chapel and Leyton-stone, I suggest you contact the site operator and ask them to change the dictionary as it red underlines all spelling typo's. Nasty piece of work Underground.
[quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born2know[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Stuck up little t***t is well known for slagging Colchester off ! Hey...dont forget where you started out !!! Once went as far , speaking on a music program " I dont know how many people watching this program even know who David Bowie is " !! Really dislike this little s**t !![/p][/quote]Woah slow down you lot, now just breath a little. Let us be careful before the 6th Form College Mandarins or in their case SATSUMAS, jump on the band wagon as their foyer was plastered with photos of Blur and Dermot O Leary, waving their flag of success. He is not a born and bred Colcestrian he comes from London White-chapel & Leyton-stone origins. He hated the town which is understandable if you are born and brought up here. He and a load of others in that age era broke away from what was called "the draw" which is the nickname of the town back in the late 80's to early 90's. I have some experience in the industry and can say they got lucky. Let us not all forget the great Modern English and Robbie & Living In Texas with Stevie Muncen. Before you all start coming out and waving your Brit-pop flags. Very few people in the astrological sign of Aries in the first Decanate, (The first 10 days), make good artists there some exceptions George Benson/Eric Clapton/Elton John.... Damon Albarn is not one of them and for Colchester, he is nothing to shout about he is a Londoner. It is where you draw your first breath that defines your origins, in the life cycle of your existence and make up! The most talented thing that ever came out of Colchester was "Amanda Root", I went to music school with her playing guitar and she crafted her wares and talent at The Colchester Institute. Both her and her father did a lot for Colchester.[/p][/quote]Strange that, I think you will find Amanda Root was born and lived in Chelmsford " Life and career[edit] Root was born in Chelmsford, Essex. She began her career at the Leeds Playhouse in 1983 when she played Essie in Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple."[/p][/quote]There is always one or two in this case? First I will answer the first criticism I meant and wrote the word morsel and clearly meant NOT Mortal Mortal's are only for people fortunate enough to be in the Public Service drawing that juicy salary and pensions that are recession proof, with no worry on putting food on the table. I am a morsel a small person in life, a nobody an nothing, which is why I waste my days on sites like this writing to D***KHeads on these threads!!!! Secondly: I was at Colchester Institute music school with Amanda Root, she wanted to be a musician playing guitar before she wanted to be an Actress. Her heart was originally in music. Her father Ken owned the store and paper shop in East Street Colchester, I worked for him as a paper boy. Delivering on the then brand new Riverside estate. I had no idea that she was born in Chelmsford, she always came over as a Colchester girl. Keep reading Wikipedia I am sure it will increase your knowledge ten fold, as it did for months on end for F1 fans, when it stated for some time that the F1 designer Adrian Newey was born in Colchester when he actually came from the West of England. (That was until someone logged in and changed it): As I said there is always one on these threads.[/p][/quote]Always one and more often than not it's you Mr AVPG with your half cocked theories and bizarre statements which you love to make. Wafflingon at length about things you seem to know very little about. Adding hyphens to Whitechapel and Leytonstone doesnt make you seem intelligent it does however make you look even more of a berk. Morsel is perhaps a generous term you're more of a scrap.[/p][/quote]Actually I have had a look at the spell check on this device and thread network. The right click spell check, operated by the site network Hyphens White-chapel and Leyton-stone, I suggest you contact the site operator and ask them to change the dictionary as it red underlines all spelling typo's. Nasty piece of work Underground. James.Harrington
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9:57pm Fri 18 Apr 14

UndergroundOverground says...

"Device and thread network"

You really haven't a clue what you are going on about have you?
"Device and thread network" You really haven't a clue what you are going on about have you? UndergroundOverground
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