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Clan Council : Newsletter 181
Posted by DJ_WooDy on 2013/9/22 20:09:22 (5217 reads)
Clan Council

Greetings everybody! Its you favorite drunk DJ WooDy here, bringing you, sadly, my last Newsletter for my term. Its been a great ride, but its time for me to handle some real life BS and possibly get a second job. But fear not, I will still be around as much as I can! In this weeks newsletter, we will talk about the joys of going back to school, breaded hotdogs, and even see some of the best cosplay of all time. So lets get this jam on, cause when the bass drops...i'm throwin the f*ckin Cat!

Swansea, UK
September 20th, 2013

Tesco 'Back to School' aisle pictured filled with bottles of ALCOHOL
Instead of pencil cases and rulers, bottles of spirits were lined up on display at the Tesco store Shoppers were shocked to see rows of booze being sold under a sign saying “Back To School”.

Instead of pencil cases and rulers, bottles of spirits were lined up on display at the Tesco store in Swansea.
Susan Lloyd, 56, said: “Maybe they think parents need a stiff one to cope with the stress of a new term.”

Tesco said the photo was taken as the window was restocked.

New York, USA
September 20th, 2013

Police are looking for a thief in a wheelchair who snatched bags from three women in midtown recently.
The man first grabbed a woman’s bag at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square on Aug. 19. The bag contained an iPad, wallet, necklace and cash.

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Then, on Aug. 30, a woman's purse was snatched at Nobu Fifty Seven on West 57th Street. The woman told police she noticed it was missing after she hung it underneath the bar. The bag contained credit cards and cash.
On Sept. 3, another purse was stolen from the Havana Central Restaurant on West 46th Street. A woman told police that she put her purse down in an empty chair and went to dance. When she came back, the purse, which contained a wallet, credit cards and cash, was gone.
Security cameras caught the man leaving the scene of at least one of the thefts in his wheelchair.

...Its not all Doom and Gloom...

A lovely video indeed.

Alright, so...lets continue shall we?
Alright folks, you all have one more week to sign up for the new council election. Please make sure before you apply that you fully understand the codex that the WPC has written, as it is what we go by. After this next week, a poll thingee mabopper will appear and you will vote for the people you think would make great leaders among us. So, with that....start the clock, NOW! *tick tock*

Another WPC meetup occured on friday, consisting of Hemi, Snooze, and Conor. Sadly, someone forgot to bring the camera with them and no pictures were taken. DOH!
But according to Snooze, they had a lovely time and even ate some weird breaded hotdog thingee's called Kroket, which I guess is a dutch thing...dunno!

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Last night Hemi and I mixed it out on the WPC radio. As he did quite well, I think I was already too drunk lol Lots of great songs were played, twas fun! Thanks for everybody that came in and listened to us play!

There are no new members to report this week.

CS: GO has gotten a nice little update. You can check out all of the notes here: ... ons/0/864979455323408738/

Hiroshi Yamauchi, the Japanese businessman credited with transforming Nintendo into a world-leading video games company, has died aged 85.
Mr Yamauchi ran the firm for 53 years, and was its second-largest shareholder at the time of his death. He died of pneumonia at a hospital in central Japan, the company said, adding that a funeral will take place on Sunday.

Mr Yamauchi ran the company from 1949 until 2002.

In that time, he took what was a small-time collectable trading card company and built it into one of the most recognisable - and successful - video games brands today.


Alright, thats it for me for a little while, I hope you enjoyed this weeks newsletter...Tada!
Ill leave you with this little video, enjoy!

Remember, there is always a wolf eating Weird Hotdogs....

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Published: 2013/9/22 20:23  Updated: 2013/9/22 20:23

Joined: 2012/2/15
From: Scotland
Comments: 550
 Re: Newsletter 181
Bravo Woody, great last newsletter, your influence on the council was what can only be described as...unique. good going mate
Published: 2013/9/22 23:38  Updated: 2013/9/22 23:38

Joined: 2012/2/15
From: Greece
Comments: 498
 Re: Newsletter 181
Great stuff, gonna miss reading those colorful newsletters, best of luck on your search for the second job
Published: 2013/9/23 10:33  Updated: 2013/9/23 10:33

Joined: 2013/1/11
From: The Black Lagoon
Comments: 497
 Re: Newsletter 181
Love it Woody I will miss reading your awesome newsletters though

Good luck on the job hunt
Published: 2013/9/28 0:38  Updated: 2013/9/28 0:38

Joined: 2010/3/27
From: Newcastle, England
Comments: 1567
 Re: Newsletter 181
Lots of content! Good to see!