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Mine is the Hair Bear Bunch ... :Yahoo: 
Team work ROLF ... :gwave:

Me wonder who's ? who .. :secret:

Bubi Bear
(voice: Daws Butler)
Short, cute and totally incomprehensible, Bubi speaks utter gobbledy-gook. The only people who can understand him are the rest of the Bunch and a bizarre race of aliens!

This ones the one I useta love Hair Bear

The swinging mastermind of the Wonderland Zoo.  He's hip, he's happening, and doesn't particularly like getting his hands dirty unless he has to. Hair knows Zoo regulations inside-out, and has innumerable talents including disguises and he has a talent for music.
His desire to get rich quick and continue to live in the lap of luxury results in seemingly laid back plans that undoubtedly get over complicated.   

Square Bear
Strong and with an appetite that knows no bounds, Square has been know to eat solid steal. Square is a bit slow, but he is able to call up the Bunch's invisible motorcycle in times of emergency, enabling a quick getaway from Peevly and Botch.   

Mr. E.P. Peevly
(voice: John Stephenson)
The Head Zoo-Keeper, who's only desire is a ship-shape zoo. As he tries to get Hair to keep the zoo tidy, his only fear is the Superintendent.
He's all too aware that The Hair Bear Bunch are busy scheming, yet is always one step behind. Every time, he just about manages to foil their plans, but is left cursing: "I'll get you for this Hair... ... one day I'll get you for this!"

Peevly's bumbling assistant has only one desire in life: a promotion, and for this, he'll do almost anything for the tyrannical Peevly.
Botch is somewhat slow, and no match for the quick thinking Bears. Peevly always refers to him as a bumblehead, knucklehead and lunkhead.   


LandzDown Lounge / Re: Looking for somewhere safe for the children?
« on: July 24, 2005, 05:20:02 PM »
Here is another site that’s safe my son is on it a lot …if he can get me off this..  :twak: 

He spend a lot of time here.. 

and here some games for the kids to play also … 

numbnuts... :secret:

Jokes / Female hormones in beer
« on: July 24, 2005, 04:45:37 PM »
Female hormones in beer
Yesterday, scientists in the United States revealed that beer contains small traces of female hormones.

To prove their theory, they fed one hundred men twelve pints of beer and observed that 100% of them started talking nonsense and couldn't drive..

Paddy... :tease:

Jokes / Re: Sargent Major Geek
« on: July 04, 2005, 09:37:59 PM »
yo Easter, :secret:   LOL

Paddy... :tease:

LandzDown Lounge / Re: Happy Birthday Canada
« on: July 03, 2005, 10:55:55 AM »
Happy Birthday Canada... :b-day:

Paddy... :Yahoo:

LandzDown Lounge / Re: Happy 229th, USA!
« on: July 03, 2005, 10:54:24 AM »
Happy Independence Day...USA

you lot have a good one... :Yahoo:

Paddy.. :b-day:

Jokes / Re: The LandzDown Limerick
« on: June 30, 2005, 10:29:53 PM »
Good one Tony soon we hope it going to start to bubble over ..
With a load of traffic  :sos:….heading our way … 

Paddy... :gwave:

« on: June 29, 2005, 10:30:27 PM »
>P Aircraft handles funny :(
>S Aircraft warned to straighten up, fly right and be serious :tease:

I thought that a very good one …. :gwave:

Paddy... :P

« on: June 29, 2005, 10:09:01 PM »
>After every flight, Qantas pilots fill out a form, called a 'gripe
>which tells mechanics about problems with the aircraft.
>The mechanics correct the problems; document their repairs on the form
>then pilots review the gripe sheets before the next flight.
>Never let it be said that ground crews lack a sense of humour. Here are
>some actual maintenance complaints submitted by Qantas pilots and the
>solutions recorded by maintenance engineers.
>By the way, remember, Qantas is he only major airline that has never had
>an  accident.
>Key: P = Problem logged by Pilot
>S = Solution/Action taken by Mechanics.
>P Left inside main tyre almost needs replacement.
>S Almost replaced left inside main tyre.
>P Test flight ok, except auto-land very rough.
>S Auto-land not installed on this aircraft.
>P Something loose in cockpit
>S Something tightened in cockpit.
>P Dead bugs on windshield
>S Live bugs on back-order
>P Auto-pilot in altitude-hold mode produces a 200 feet per minute
>S Cannot replicate problem on ground
>P Evidence of leak on right main landing gear
>S Evidence removed.
>P DME volume unbelievably loud
>S DME volume set to more believable level.
>P Friction locks cause throttle levers to stick
>S that’s what they're for
>P IFF inoperative
>S IFF always inoperative in OFF mode.
>P Suspected crack in windshield
>S Suspect you're right
>P Number 3 engine missing
>S Engine found on right wing after brief search
>P Aircraft handles funny
>S Aircraft warned to straighten up, fly right and be serious
>P Target radar hums
>S Reprogrammed target radar with lyrics
>P Mouse in cockpit
>S Cat installed
>P Noise coming from under instrument panel. Sounds like a midget
>pounding on something with a hammer.
>S Took hammer away from midget.

Paddy... :sos:

Jokes / Andy & Eddie
« on: June 29, 2005, 07:46:24 PM »
Andy & Eddie

One day Andy was rummaging through the collection of old

photos in the attic, when he came across one that he hadn't seen in years.
It was an old

faded picture of his school chum, Eddie White. They'd run together for most
of their growing

years, but the school system sent them to different Senior schools, and that
was the last

they'd ever seen of each other. Andy wondered how Eddie was doing, and for
the days and

weeks that followed he just couldn't get Eddie out of his thoughts. He
explained the

waves of nostalgia that kept rolling over him to his neighbour one day, and
his neighbour

suggested that he take the time to look Eddie up. It took him months and
months of careful

research, but finally he traced him to a cotton mill in Manchester. His
parents had

moved to Manchester shortly after Andy and Eddie had started Senior school,
and that was

why they'd never seen each other all these years. Eddie had done well for
himself. Andy learned that he had worked his

way up to chief cotton buyer for the mill, and so with great anticipation
Andy boarded

the train to Manchester. The following day, he went into the reception area
of the mill and

asked the receptionist to inform Eddie that an old pal was waiting
downstairs to see him. The receptionist simply smiled, and Andy's heart
sank as she

informed him that Mr. White had gone abroad to buy cotton for the mill, and
he wouldn't be

back for at least four weeks. It was a tremendous disappointment, but Andy
said that he'd

try again in four weeks. And that was how it went on and on.

Every time Andy went to the mill to see Eddie, he was informed that he'd
just left to

buy cotton for the mill. But one day, the receptionist took pity on him, and
said to

Andy, "Look, I've just spoken to Mr. White's secretary, and she

assures me that he is very eager to meet you again after all these years,
and that he'll

definitely be in his  office on the 18th of next month to see you. And he

that a very firm promise. He'll not go anywhere that day to buy cotton!"

So Andy had this assurance, the weeks went by, and the 18th

came along. On that morning,     Andy walked into the reception area with a
spring in his

step, when suddenly the receptionist's face told him that he'd be
disappointed yet again.

"But this is dreadful;" moaned Andy, "please don't tell me that he's gone
off to buy

more cotton. Every time, it's the same old thing. 'Mr. White isn't here
right now. He's in Egypt buying cotton!'"

"Er, no," said the receptionist. "It's worse than that. You see, MrWhite.
Dropped dead in the car park the other day."  What?" cried Andy, "My friend
Eddie, dead? I don't believe

what I'm hearing!" "I know how you must be feeling," sympathised the

receptionist, "but perhaps you'd like to see the monument that the company
set up over his grave.  It's just

across the road in that cemetery." So Andy sadly dragged his tired feet over
to the cemetery,

and walked  up to the huge  black marble monument that was erected over
Eddie's grave, and through his tears Andy

began to read the magnificent gold lettering carved on the front of

the monument:

"Here lies Eddie White

Gone, but not for cotton.

Paddy.... :tease:

LandzDown Lounge / Re: We're back!
« on: June 29, 2005, 02:34:09 PM »
Great work Sean its looking great..  :)

Paddy.. :tech:

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