A Biography of Life

THE VERDUN DUNNY...

Created: Friday, 23 September 2016
Written by A Hapless Historian

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In our special series on the centenary of World War One, the War to End all Wars, XenoxNews.com will tell you the stories the others keep hidden. That’s because unlike the pathetic patriotic claptrap dished up by the lamestream media, XenoxNews.com scribes have actually been working. They have been researching the role played by all the nations involved, not just the usual players. The stories they have uncovered will amaze you. Tales of apparitions, spiritual visitations, and just the plain old bizarre. Stories about the events and people that really happened during the First World War, and shaped the world we live in today...

 

...an outhouse from hell!

 

"We live, we fuck, we eat, we shit, we die." So said that huckster Marquis de Sade. And nowhere was his pithy aphorism more appropriate than the hell of Verdun.

Verdun graves

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100 YEARS OF WAR! Celebrating the Centenary of World War One

Created: Thursday, 06 August 2015
Written by AJP Taylor's Left Testicle

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Eleanor & the Doughboys

In our special series on the centenary of World War One, the War to End all Wars, XenoxNews.com will tell you the stories the others keep hidden. That’s because unlike the pathetic patriotic claptrap dished up by the lamestream media, XenoxNews.com scribes have actually been working. They have been researching the role played by all the nations involved, not just the usual players. The stories they have uncovered will amaze you. Tales of apparitions, spiritual visitations, and just the plain old bizarre. Stories about the events and people that really happened during the First World War, and shaped the world we live in today...

American involvement in World War One was short and, in terms of actual fighting, very small. But their psychological impact was huge. In fact, once he heard the Yanks had joined the fight the Kaiser fled to Holland. That's how shit scared he was!

Young EleanorRoosevelt

But the Yanks were fighting long enough to have one famous visitor; Eleanor Roosevelt. The neice of former US President Teddy Roosevelt and future First Lady to President FDR. The tale of her trip to the battlefields of France has long been hidden but XenoxNews has done the research, and can now tell you the full story about Eleanor and the Doughboys...

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FUCK ME DRUNK - DEXTER: MOTHERFUCKER

Created: Wednesday, 01 February 2012
Written by Lady Sweets

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Nine, nein, nien. nyet, fucker, bang, blare and hoolahoop. Dexter god fuck me drunk for all time

dexter

 

oh nice. - Too bad truncated

Author Name: Lady Sweets

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My Philosophy

Created: Friday, 11 February 2011
Written by Living by the way of the Hammer

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Is simple.

 

From many years of experience.

 

 

Boiled down to the essence...

 


I'll fuck anything that moves!

 

 

Cap'n Beefheart Gone

Created: Saturday, 18 December 2010
Written by Tex Lumbago

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Did you know he helped develop the 2 litre cask of fine wine?

 

Was in Eildon Road on a sunny winters afternoon with Frugal and Ryder enjoying the sweet taste of Langwarra flagon ($2.42 a bottle) when a knock on the door.

 

Survey person knocked on the door, and I believe it was I who moved the empties aside to open the door.

"What was our opinion on cask wine?"

It was fine; drank it all the time.

 

"Would we be interested in fine wine in a cask wine store?"

 

Hmmm...  needed to ask the boys? Whadday ya reckon?

"How much?"

"How good the wine?"

 

Ah, yes, we would be interested. The surveyman put the tick in the box.

 

And in a few months there it was in the POW bottle shop; 2 litre fine wine. In casks.

 

The Cap'n? Well he was the soundtrack that made the surveyman popping looks over my shoulder into our bottle crowded living room...

 

Our heads our only house until it rains...

Amarcord

Created: Monday, 25 February 2008
Written by *CAPTAIN_AUSTRALIA*

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The terrifying vistas of childhood
and the futility of adulthood.


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