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Ryan Giggs Hardback £5 Reduced from £20 @ The Book People ... Maybe some pages missing ?
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IMOGEN THOMAS - in the words of smithy - YOU SHLAGGGGGG!

haha

Hope it contains about Imogen Thomas.....

I'll wait for Volume 2 and the picturebook....

Is this the Brian Biggs I have been hearing about?

imogen thomas has started a music career, you'll find her doin giggs all over manchester!!
Edited by: "Jubbiouf" 24th May 2011

£1.95 delivery (_;)

this will run and run
away that is

Books by your beside

Fergies just announced the Team for Saturday against Barca :-

1 Van Der Sar
20. Fabio
15.Vidic
5. Ferdinand
3. Evra
25. Valencia
16. Carrick
11. An un-named premiership footballer
10. Rooney
13. Park
14. Hernandez

anyone figure out what CTB was all about?


chases the birds perhaps......

J9STL

anyone figure out what CTB was all about?chases the birds perhaps......



anyone starting to get bored of all this now?!

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Ian Cross

Fergies just announced the Team for Saturday against Barca :-1 Van Der … Fergies just announced the Team for Saturday against Barca :-1 Van Der Sar20. Fabio15.Vidic5. Ferdinand3. Evra25. Valencia16. Carrick11. An un-named premiership footballer10. Rooney13. Park14. Hernandez




Love it

The other 75% is already on Twitter.

This is hot.

Imogen prefers the hard rather than the soft.......back. Giggs sell his story for a fiver - no doubt Ms Thomas will be looking for a little more lolly - say £0.5m - a couple of weeks wages then for Ryan.

How the hell is this getting so much media and public attention? Seriously, who gives a sh*t?

Banned

ifindyoudeal

IMOGEN THOMAS - in the words of smithy - YOU SHLAGGGGGG!


And does Smithy ( whoever that is) have a similar name for Giggs?

he should move to chelsea fit right in there

Jubbiouf

imogen thomas has started a music career, you'll find her doin giggs all … imogen thomas has started a music career, you'll find her doin giggs all over manchester!!



if yer gonna repeat the same old crappy joke, at least get it right..


Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 24th May 2011

It is difficult to understand why he got involved wth such a woman, Ryan has shown poor judgement allowing himself to be associated with such a worthless piece of trash. But he remains a fantastic footballer.

jayjayuk1234

if yer gonna repeat the same old crappy joke, at least get it right..oooo … if yer gonna repeat the same old crappy joke, at least get it right..oooo touchy, clearly a manure fan, jealous that imogen got some and it wasnt u!


Banned

forcabarca

he should move to chelsea fit right in there


Why?

:pIT's OPEN SEASON......

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Idolwild

Fergies just announced the Team for Saturday against Barca :-11. An … Fergies just announced the Team for Saturday against Barca :-11. An un-named premiership footballer


PML !
X)

Nesima

Ryan has shown poor judgement allowing himself to be associated with such … Ryan has shown poor judgement allowing himself to be associated with such a worthless piece of trash.



He's been with man u for years..

Nesima

It is difficult to understand why he got involved wth such a woman, Ryan … It is difficult to understand why he got involved wth such a woman, Ryan has shown poor judgement allowing himself to be associated with such a worthless piece of trash. But he remains a fantastic footballer.


Takes two to tango.
Only a gloryhunter couldn't see the obvious !

jayjayuk1234

He's been with man u for years..


LOL ! Nice one !
Great baiting the "I'll support them forever....providing they're winning" gloryhunters isn't it ?

Hes been playing amazing the past two seasons... if that was all down to this Imogen woman then I hope he keeps it up! (no pun intended.)

Giggity

I can see the jails brimming soon with all these injunction breakers- the press, politicians, twitter users, HUKD members will all be jailed for breaking the 'law'. Bryan Briggs must be wondering how is wealth has failed to buy him legal protection of his sordid private life when most people get by on a £50 weekly shopping budget. .

Me thinks its good time to invest in private prisons.
Edited by: "kevw" 24th May 2011

Banned

****

You're all going to jail for breaking the law (injunction) ;-p

Quietus

How the hell is this getting so much media and public attention? … How the hell is this getting so much media and public attention? Seriously, who gives a sh*t?




Mrs Giggs

who cares and buying his book will just help refund the money he has wasted.

J9STL

anyone figure out what CTB was all about?chases the birds perhaps......



Cheating Taff Bassad

Banned

This blogger sums it up rather well....

A few points from me (although I have to be careful what I say as I'm bound by the Court order).

This isn't a super-injunction. We can tell this as there's a public judgment in the case.

Secondly, the reason for the injunction is to prevent disclosure of information before there is a trial; this is partly to reduce damage done by an disclose if it is found to be unlawful (i.e. safer to not tell and then find out you can, than tell and then be sued for damages), and partly to protect all parties' right to a fair trial.

Thirdly, these things may not be cheap (costing £10k-60k), but they're considerably cheaper than an actual privacy trial (in the Mosley case, News Group Newspapers ended up paying £420k in costs). Yes, the law is expensive, but injunctions are comparatively cheap.

Fourthly, the lawsuit against Twitter is (likely) hoping to identify a particular user who started all this fuss a couple of weeks ago; there is good reason to believe that they were directly linked to one of the big newspapers. This isn't about going after random people on the Internet, this is making sure that newspapers aren't circumventing court orders for their own gain.

The really sad thing is that the press have managed to twist this case so it is "a good thing" for people to invade someone's privacy. This case isn't in the news because an injunction was granted (in circumstances the judge described as "blackmail"), but because our newspapers have found it to be a great opportunity to both attack the UK's law on privacy (which gets in their way of splashing the intimate details of people's lives across their front pages), and attack the Internet and social media (both encapsulated in a Daily Mail headline "vile online lies only spread because judges are suppressing the truth", which referred to "irresponsible" "Twitter rogues").

Also, I imagine some newspapers are keen to distract people from the fact that they are in serious trouble for contempt of court over previous reporting, or for illegally hacking into the phones of celebrities, politicians and the relatives of murder victims.

No mate, European law is simply out of date with the times. I for one am glad we have the internet and twitter to prevent this type of abuse by the wealthy and powerful.

Do you know that companies have also used this poor law to hide abuses in the developing world?

The US has got this right, with freedom of speech laws.

If Giggs didn't want this in the public domain he should have kept it in his pants ..... or at least in his wife oO

Pluun

Why?


John Terry, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard

emhaslam

anyone starting to get bored of all this now?!



Nope,funny as f*c*.
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