Bear Music #13

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There is nothing more we love here at Jammy Toast than listening to some of our favourite tunes. From time to time we will post a music video from an artist or genre that we think will be enjoyable to you; our friends. We often feature music that you may not have come across before, or music that maybe you just missed the first time around. Try and listen with an open mind, you never know, you may find something you can add to your iPod. If you have any music videos you would like us to feature then drop us a line – we are always happy to listen to requests but we cannot promise to feature everyone’s favourite

Friday Shit Day #4

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Today we are going to ask everyone who visits Jammy Toast to just “Talk Shit” for the day. We ask that anyone who visits Jammy Toast today leaves a comment on just about any subject they choose. Funny or sad, true or false, real or fake; we don’t give a shit as long as it is entertaining and doesn’t really hurt anyone. We ask you to do this because we are too busy to think of anything else to post – hopefully everyone will like the freedom to whine and bitch. The rules are pretty simple to explain – basically, anything goes!

Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds To Return

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If there is one disappointment we are still trying to get over here at Jammy Toast it is the new series of Thunderbirds, made using CGI. It is not a patch on the original series, you know the one where you could see the puppets’ strings but now we have some excellent news. Gerry Anderson’s original Thunderbirds are set to return to the site where they were originally created to mark the show’s 50th anniversary. Three new episodes, starring the show’s iconic puppets, including Lady Penelope and Parker, will be produced at Slough Trading Estate in Berkshire.

Put Your Dukes Up

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Greg Morgan could bear-ly believe his luck when he spotted these two bear cubs having a harmless scrap. The two brown bear cubs locked paws and showed their teeth as they rolled around in the grass. So amateur photographer Greg spotted the young animals wrestling in Lake Clark, Alaska. The 44-year-old, from Walthamstow, north London, travelled to the US especially to photograph the creatures. He said; “Seeing the two brown bear cubs was a brilliant feeling. The bears are so interesting and they are also really cute that’s for sure. A lot of the time they aren’t doing a lot so when you get action like that it is a great feeling.”

Razzi Writes #4

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Hello Everyone and a Happy New Year. I don’t know if I am coming or going lately with all these celebrities being arrested for kiddie-fiddling. I was watching Granada Reports the other evening when they did a feature of Ken Dodd. I love Ken Dodd he is one of the funniest and nicest men there has ever been. However, for one horrible moment when I saw he was on the telly my heart missed a beat because for a second I thought he might be the latest celebrity to be caught. Thankfully that wasn’t the case and all my memories of Ken Dodd are safe! The only problem is though, just how many more celebrities are sitting at home clenching their bum cheeks every time there is a knock on the door? It is beginning to ruin my childhood memories of some great celebrities who I grew up with because now, every time I think of someone I used to admire, I wonder if they were at it too!

Coca Cola

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Would you believe that when Coca Cola was first launched in 1886, its two key ingredients were cocaine and caffeine? The cocaine was derived from the coca leaf and the caffeine from kola nut, leading to the name Coca-Cola. The original recipe called for five ounces of coca leaf per gallon of syrup, a significant dose; in 1891, Candler claimed his formula (altered extensively from Pemberton’s original) contained only a tenth of this amount. Coca-Cola once contained an estimated nine milligrams of cocaine per glass. In 1903, it was removed.