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  #126128 24-Apr-2008 13:58
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Its no longer the USA.

Its now the USB (How fitting for a geek).










 
 
 

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  #126672 28-Apr-2008 00:37
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And on the music side of things there is BMG that is Biddle Music Group.




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  #126674 28-Apr-2008 01:17
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BiddleTorrents seems to be the new craze for online piracy



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  #126836 28-Apr-2008 16:13
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I hear they've recently acquired a fast food giant and renamed them; McBiddles!


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  #126838 28-Apr-2008 16:19
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There is also a sub-assocation on which we are well represented . . .



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  #128233 3-May-2008 17:41
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freitasm: In the last couple of weeks we found out about BP (Biddle Petroleum), BA (Biddle Airways), BT (Biddle Telecommunications), and BA (Biddle of America).

Has anyone else found other Biddle companies?


Interestingly while we've all but given up on biddle conglomerate news for the last few days, biddle band phone limited bbpglobal.com have been advertising free local VOIP calls.  

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  #129114 7-May-2008 13:13
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Hmm, we are talking about Steve Biddle from Biddleonia, aren't we?



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#129119 7-May-2008 13:31
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This thread, unfortunately, has been playing second-biddle to more important matters lately...







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#129147 7-May-2008 15:23
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tonyhughes: This thread, unfortunately, has been playing second-biddle to more important matters lately...


Oh dear.... ! Sad Tony.. or 'Dry', as my son would say... Wink

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  #129160 7-May-2008 15:49
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If his political party wins the election, he can rename the country Biddle-Earth.

(hmm, "The Lord of Rings: Battle for Biddle-Earth"?)




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#129172 7-May-2008 16:33
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lugh: If his political party wins the election, he can rename the country Biddle-Earth.

(hmm, "The Lord of Rings: Battle for Biddle-Earth"?)

Thats going a biddle too far if you ask me.







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  #129183 7-May-2008 17:03
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At this rate, we'll all be needing a Biddle-ectomy.. Might need a Biddle-oscopy just to be sure though...

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  #129196 7-May-2008 18:28
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You thought that went a biddle too far?  Howzabout that new children's entertainment group... The Biddles! Laughing





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  #129221 7-May-2008 19:42
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It appears a rather significant typo has been made, I thought I was going to see Biddle: Queen of the Desert


(Master Biddle on the left, Chris021 on the right??)

Do you know why the cord on this microphone is so long?

Ping pong balls anyone?

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  #129467 8-May-2008 19:55
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A saying about ducks comes to mind when thinking about the Biddle Congolmerate's IT Manager

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tight_as_a_duck's_arse

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