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Best moment in only fools and horses! Del Boy bar fall

Hillarious clip from the episode Yuppy love of only fools and horses. An absolute classic! ! ! Del boy with trigger and falls through the bar

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Epic Racist Moment on Game Show

A clip from a Tv show referred to as “With out Prejudice?” which was on GSN a couple of years ago. l think this video will assist folks to start an important dialog. ***** UPDATE E-MAIL FROM MICHAEL (Contestant on the show): Amazing man. This is so random but i am so glad you put this up. Folks are talking. The show won awards in the UK and so they made a US version. This was the pilot episode and the most popular. it was such a success that they got a full season from it. it is an hour long show and we had been all randomly chosen. The judges and the contestants. So they wanted to see if the judges could “judge” with out prejudice. They would go on to award the winner 25K. I was the winner. Myself and the other finalist were the only 2 contestants that got to actually meet the judges and when i met them, the polynesian guy had a change of heart and really voted FOR me. The edits don’t show that he came from his seat and hugged me. It was a quite fascinating expertise. We had no notion what the judges had been saying or doing or who they even had been, for that matter. so i had no idea that he was racist when i went out and met the judges. It ended nicely though. I talked to that guy over a meal and he said that he had a change of heart.
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Ryan Moore hoping for a special moment with Workforce

Ryan Moore hoping for a special moment with Workforce

The champion jockey is motivated by winning big races for Sir Michael Stoute and today’s King George is in his sights.

Lingfield Park, Wednesday afternoon. Ryan Moore, champion jockey and Derby winner, is considering where his priorities lie as the Flat season approaches its traditional mid-point, today’s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. “One thing’s for sure,” he says. “It’s certainly not Lingfield on a Wednesday.”

Moore has been part of the racing landscape for several years now, and champion jockey in three of the past four seasons. But he remains a puzzle, a jockey who can dismiss an afternoon’s racing in a throwaway line, and then ride every horse as if it were his last. And he is so they say great company away from the track, as any grandson of Charlie Moore, the famously garrulous and entertaining Brighton trainer, should be. Show him a microphone, though, and Moore is suddenly a hedgehog rolled into a ball.

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“I think the championship probably means more to other people than it does to me,” Moore said. “It’s an added bonus at the end of the year, but it doesn’t really change a whole lot. The last couple of years, I’ve had a half-page in the Racing Post and that’s about it, so it doesn’t really make much difference to me.

“My priority is the yard, and my focus is on Ascot, Goodwood [next week], maybe Deauville [in August] and then York, Doncaster and Newmarket. It’s the big horses, and being involved in big races. Paul’s riding plenty of winners and the way he’s going he’ll ride plenty more to the end of the year. I won’t be doing anything different. I’ll just be riding where I usually ride and picking up any winners that I can.”

It is seven weeks since Workforce powered seven lengths clear of his field at Epsom, the widest winning margin since Shergar, but the absence has not dimmed the memory. The Derby was only the third race of Workforce’s career, and without doubt, he has the potential to make the rest of the season his own.

Only one Derby runner, however, has a subsequent victory to his name, and the second, third and fifth at Epsom have failed to register a win in a total of five subsequent outings. That leaves open the possibility that Workforce simply beat a poor Derby field, albeit in an excellent time for such an inexperienced colt.

“I don’t think the Derby form is really an issue,” Moore says. “It wouldn’t worry me, because he won in the way that he did. The way he stretched away from them was very impressive. It was a very good performance, and we just have to hope he keeps progressing and finding more.

“He’s been fine since Epsom. He’s never been a very flash horse in the mornings, he just goes about his work, but he’s very well in himself, and if he wasn’t he wouldn’t be running.”

Workforce is the 2-1 favourite for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in October, and will be shorter still if he makes a successful first step into all-aged competition this afternoon. He is likely to start favourite at around even money, with his stablemate Harbinger the main danger according to the market. Moore, though, is more concerned about the Ascot turf.

“Quick ground would be my biggest worry,” he said, though it is one that has since receded after rain eased the Ascot going to good. “Apart from that, I’d hope that I’m on the best horse in the race, he’s a straightforward ride and he’ll just need normal luck in running.”

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Peyton Place – Ryan O’Neal and Barbara Parkins (romantic moment)

A 1968 scene of the primetime soap opera Peyton Place (1964-1969). In this scene, newlywed Rodney and Betty share a very romantic moment in their new home. Note that they are obviously talking about sex, without mentioning it directly. I do not own the material! No infringement intended!

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