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Old 06-07-2014, 12:58 AM   #482
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Matt Buckner, a journalism major, is expelled from Harvard University after cocaine is discovered in his room. However, the cocaine belongs to Jeremy Van Holden , his roommate. Buckner is afraid to speak up because the Van Holdens are a powerful family, and Jeremy offers him $10,000 for taking the fall. However, Matt won't accept the money. Matt visits the United Kingdom to stay with his sister Shannon , her husband Steve Dunham and their young son, Ben .. There, Matt meets Steve's brother, Pete , a loud and thuggish Cockney who runs a local football hooligan firm - a group of football supporters that arranges fights after matches - and teaches at a local school. Steve asks Pete to take Matt to a football match between West Ham United and Birmingham City, though Pete is reluctant to take a "Yank" to a football match, because of the xenophobic nature of his friends.. He is persuaded because Steve will only give the money Pete needs to Matt.. After defeating Matt in a fight, Pete decides to take Matt to the football match,thinking he might learn a thing or 2..The GSE firm then head to an away game against Manchester United.. Matt was not meant to come but ends up sneaking onto the train. Whilst on the train they are pre-warned that 40 Manchester United firm members are waiting for them at the station..The Boleyn Ground, often referred to as Upton Park due to its location in Upton Park, London, is the football stadium of West Ham United F.C. playing in the Premier League.. The stadium has a capacity of 35,016..In August 1944, a V-1 flying bomb landed on the south-west corner of the pitch that wipes out the human race with the Blood Death - aside from those who suffer the Slow Death and those with AB- blood type, constantly hidden and on the run from a gang of diseased and terminal Blackshirts, afflicted with the 'Slow Death', who attempt to capture him to use his blood to save their leader, Lord Hubble, via a blood transfusion..With the V2 missiles came 2 types of the same disease. First is the Blood Death which kills the subject instantly in a gruesome way. The arteries become blocked and explode, the skin splits and blood pours from every orifice. The Slow Death has the same climax but takes longer to work, up to years, and weakens the subject, blackens their fingers and hands and bruises their body internally.. Victims of the Slow Death are generally much weaker and slower to react than the AB negs, however some individuals (such as McGruder, Hubble's bodyguard) seem less prone to its debilitating effects..

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Green Street is a road in the London Borough of Newham, England..The name appears in records from the 15th century and it was the boundary of the ancient parishes of East Ham and West Ham, from the Romford Road to the marshes near The River Thames..At the nearby junction with Barking Road, there is a Champions statue commemorating West Ham's players who helped win the 1966 World Cup: Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.. The upper portion approaching Forest Gate was at one time called Gypsy Lane as it was once an area frequented by Gypsies..Near Upton Park tube station, the road becomes a regional centre for retail in food, jewellery and fabrics, and the location of Queens Market.. The road has an array of shops specialising in primarily South Asian goods, catering to those with strong cultural and familial ties to Pakistan (and, to a lesser extent, India and Bangladesh). The street also has a smaller yet prominent Afro-Caribbean community culture, reflected in its several food stores specialising in Caribbean and African foods..Nowadays there is a very large Pakistani Muslim population living in the area...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Street
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=197287&page=7I think their undisputed masterpiece is "Hip to be Square", a song so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics.. But they should, because it's not just about the pleasures of conformity, and the importance of trends, it's also a personal statement about the band itself... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...9&postcount=20

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