2013 ANONYMOUS 5TH NOVEMBER

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ANONYMOUS 5TH NOVEMBER

Liverpool vs Swansea City 0-0 Highlights

Liverpool and Swansea City face in the English Premier League (EPL) clash at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013 at 3:00 PM GMT. This is the first meeting between the two teams since January 1990 and at that time Liverpool ran out comprehensive 8-0 wins in an FA Cup third round replay at Anfield. In the coming match against Swansea City, Liverpool is looking for the seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions while Swansea City reportedly has a higher percentage of passes in their own half than any other team this season. Currently, Liverpool FC sits on the 6th place of the table with 18 points while Swansea City stands in 10th position thanks to 12 points. Liverpool FC is unbeaten in the last five matches against West Bromwich, Norwich City, Manchester United and Everton.

Liverpool vs Swansea City Highlights: The clash takes place at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013

John Hartson, the former Welsh international footballer who played as a striker, said “Swansea City win over Liverpool at Anfield would be magical”

Before the march, Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique, who has arguably been Kenny Dalglish’s best summer acquisition, hopes to boost the Reds’ goal tally by opening his Premier League account. The Spaniard has scored just one goal during his five years in England

The Anfield legend Kevin Keegan believes that Kenny Dalglish is the only man who has the ability to turn around Liverpool’s misfortunes last season because of his in-depth knowledge of the club

Swansea City’s central defender Garry Monk leads out the first Swansea City side to feature at the home of the Reds and he wows to banish Liverpool ghosts since an 8-0 FA Cup defeat 21 years ago

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard, who is in hospital to be treated for an infection in his ankle after a knock in training, will be sidelined for at least two weeks. That means he will be ruled out of Swansea City clash & England’s friendlies against Spain & Sweden

 

Liverpool vs Swansea City Full Highlights

 

Related links:

Stoke vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

Everton vs Liverpool October 2013 Highlights

Tottenham vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

London Needs Another Protest/March Like The One On November 5th #Anonymous

Did anything happen with the site? Did something happen to the users? What happened?

Answer by Jake
The pornographic photos if you saw those I think that’s what they did.

Remember remember the 5th of November. #Anonymous

Liverpool vs Swansea City 0-0 Highlights

Liverpool and Swansea City face in the English Premier League (EPL) clash at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013 at 3:00 PM GMT. This is the first meeting between the two teams since January 1990 and at that time Liverpool ran out comprehensive 8-0 wins in an FA Cup third round replay at Anfield. In the coming match against Swansea City, Liverpool is looking for the seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions while Swansea City reportedly has a higher percentage of passes in their own half than any other team this season. Currently, Liverpool FC sits on the 6th place of the table with 18 points while Swansea City stands in 10th position thanks to 12 points. Liverpool FC is unbeaten in the last five matches against West Bromwich, Norwich City, Manchester United and Everton.

Liverpool vs Swansea City Highlights: The clash takes place at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013

John Hartson, the former Welsh international footballer who played as a striker, said “Swansea City win over Liverpool at Anfield would be magical”

Before the march, Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique, who has arguably been Kenny Dalglish’s best summer acquisition, hopes to boost the Reds’ goal tally by opening his Premier League account. The Spaniard has scored just one goal during his five years in England

The Anfield legend Kevin Keegan believes that Kenny Dalglish is the only man who has the ability to turn around Liverpool’s misfortunes last season because of his in-depth knowledge of the club

Swansea City’s central defender Garry Monk leads out the first Swansea City side to feature at the home of the Reds and he wows to banish Liverpool ghosts since an 8-0 FA Cup defeat 21 years ago

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard, who is in hospital to be treated for an infection in his ankle after a knock in training, will be sidelined for at least two weeks. That means he will be ruled out of Swansea City clash & England’s friendlies against Spain & Sweden

 

Liverpool vs Swansea City Full Highlights

 

Related links:

Stoke vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

Everton vs Liverpool October 2013 Highlights

Tottenham vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

Ever wondered why we have a bonfire of firework night?  Heard the stories of Guy Fawkes but never really knew what the story was about?  Read on to find out the history of bonfire night – the 5th November.

In 1605 a man called Guy Fawkes and some helpers attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London using 36 barrels of gun powder in the basement.  Their plan was to kill King James and his Leaders because of some laws against Roman Catholics.  The group of men was led by Robert Catesby believed the government was treating Roman Catholics unfairly. Catholics had to practise their religion in secret.

The group of men bought a house next door to the parliament building because the cellar went under the parliament building, they planned to blow up the parliament when the King opened parliament the next time.  Some of the men got cold feet and let the plan leak which led the King to make plans to stop this attack.

Out of the group of men Guy Fawkes was given the job to keep watch over the barrels of gunpowder and then light the fuse at the right time. On the morning of 5th November, soldiers discovered Guy hidden in the cellar and arrested him.  He was taken to the Tower of London where he was tortured and questioned about the rest of the plotters. Eventually he was executed.

To celebrate the King James survival, he ordered that the people of England should have a great bonfire every year on the night of 5th November. Some of us English have been known to wonder, in a tongue in cheek kind of way, whether we are celebrating Fawkes’ execution or honouring his attempt to do away with the government.

In London this November the 5th there is a display at Bishops Park which is open from 18:00, with the fireworks displays between 19:30 and 20:00.

Crystal Palace has a fireworks display which opens from 18:00, and the fireworks display is between 19:00 and 20:30. Wimbledon Fireworks display

is open from 18:30, and the fireworks display between 18:45 and 20:30.  

If you want to celebrate King James survival or honouring Guy Fawkes and his plotters attempt to do away with the government, there will be plenty of bonfire nights in your area.  Even if you couldn’t care less about the history of the night, going out standing around a bonfire watching fireworks shooting across the sky is a great way to spend one night of the year.

Liverpool vs Swansea City 0-0 Highlights

Liverpool and Swansea City face in the English Premier League (EPL) clash at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013 at 3:00 PM GMT. This is the first meeting between the two teams since January 1990 and at that time Liverpool ran out comprehensive 8-0 wins in an FA Cup third round replay at Anfield. In the coming match against Swansea City, Liverpool is looking for the seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions while Swansea City reportedly has a higher percentage of passes in their own half than any other team this season. Currently, Liverpool FC sits on the 6th place of the table with 18 points while Swansea City stands in 10th position thanks to 12 points. Liverpool FC is unbeaten in the last five matches against West Bromwich, Norwich City, Manchester United and Everton.

Liverpool vs Swansea City Highlights: The clash takes place at Anfield on Saturday 5th November 2013

John Hartson, the former Welsh international footballer who played as a striker, said “Swansea City win over Liverpool at Anfield would be magical”

Before the march, Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique, who has arguably been Kenny Dalglish’s best summer acquisition, hopes to boost the Reds’ goal tally by opening his Premier League account. The Spaniard has scored just one goal during his five years in England

The Anfield legend Kevin Keegan believes that Kenny Dalglish is the only man who has the ability to turn around Liverpool’s misfortunes last season because of his in-depth knowledge of the club

Swansea City’s central defender Garry Monk leads out the first Swansea City side to feature at the home of the Reds and he wows to banish Liverpool ghosts since an 8-0 FA Cup defeat 21 years ago

Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard, who is in hospital to be treated for an infection in his ankle after a knock in training, will be sidelined for at least two weeks. That means he will be ruled out of Swansea City clash & England’s friendlies against Spain & Sweden

 

Liverpool vs Swansea City Full Highlights

 

Related links:

Stoke vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

Everton vs Liverpool October 2013 Highlights

Tottenham vs Liverpool 2013 Highlights

Ever wondered why we have a bonfire of firework night?  Heard the stories of Guy Fawkes but never really knew what the story was about?  Read on to find out the history of bonfire night – the 5th November.

In 1605 a man called Guy Fawkes and some helpers attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London using 36 barrels of gun powder in the basement.  Their plan was to kill King James and his Leaders because of some laws against Roman Catholics.  The group of men was led by Robert Catesby believed the government was treating Roman Catholics unfairly. Catholics had to practise their religion in secret.

The group of men bought a house next door to the parliament building because the cellar went under the parliament building, they planned to blow up the parliament when the King opened parliament the next time.  Some of the men got cold feet and let the plan leak which led the King to make plans to stop this attack.

Out of the group of men Guy Fawkes was given the job to keep watch over the barrels of gunpowder and then light the fuse at the right time. On the morning of 5th November, soldiers discovered Guy hidden in the cellar and arrested him.  He was taken to the Tower of London where he was tortured and questioned about the rest of the plotters. Eventually he was executed.

To celebrate the King James survival, he ordered that the people of England should have a great bonfire every year on the night of 5th November. Some of us English have been known to wonder, in a tongue in cheek kind of way, whether we are celebrating Fawkes’ execution or honouring his attempt to do away with the government.

In London this November the 5th there is a display at Bishops Park which is open from 18:00, with the fireworks displays between 19:30 and 20:00.

Crystal Palace has a fireworks display which opens from 18:00, and the fireworks display is between 19:00 and 20:30. Wimbledon Fireworks display

is open from 18:30, and the fireworks display between 18:45 and 20:30.  

If you want to celebrate King James survival or honouring Guy Fawkes and his plotters attempt to do away with the government, there will be plenty of bonfire nights in your area.  Even if you couldn’t care less about the history of the night, going out standing around a bonfire watching fireworks shooting across the sky is a great way to spend one night of the year.

Diwali – the festival of lights and hopes has arrived. Besides the traditional rituals and cultural compliances, there is a special trend which strengthens the relations of individuals and family both. That is to give away gifts to friends, family members, neighbours, relatives, colleagues, employees and business associates. But not only gifts, it should accompany a pack of delicious Diwali sweets, too. Sometimes you might not be able to decide what Diwali gifts you should buy for your friends, family members or someone else. This is a lot better to explore the things and find out a useful gift for the person than just wasting money on some thing that is of no use to the recipient and becomes another article to be disposed somewhere somehow. Here you will find some useful gift ideas for Diwali which will make your gift fetch appreciation for you.

 

Jewellery – If you have got some young girls in your list of gift recipients than you can think of buying them some jewellery pieces in your budget. These are the things that almost every girl wants to have in stock and likes very much to receive in gifts.

 

Watches – This is a good Diwali gifting idea for all age and gender of people above 5; so that they can know how to read at least. Everyone likes to have a good watch on his/her wrist and never minds to have more than one in accessories. This is a useful accessory that one would love to change often.

 

Perfumes – Some fragrances are quite capable of fascinating male and female both. Some people are really excited about some special perfumes while many others enjoy various flavours to suite the occasion. This can be a Diwali gift for everyone.

 

Deodorants – This is a good Diwali gift idea for working mane or women both.

This is something which they do need but always forget to buy one from stores. If you gift it to them, they are sure going to use it and even form a good habit of using it for ever. If so, they would certainly be thankful to you for this Diwali gift.

 

Pen Set – An essential instrument for everyone. Be it a business person, service person, professional or a student, everyone needs a pen in his pocket or purse. But, unfortunately, they often do not have one when they need it most. There are some very beautiful pen sets in the market which you can buy them as Diwali gift.

 

Whatever Diwali gift you choose for your friends, family members or anyone else, do not forget to add some Diwali sweets. The reason for this is that sweets are an integral part of any Indian Celebration, as they are considered both auspicious as well as a gourmet delight!


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