He is indeed...
Standings @ 19/05/2017:
1. Jim Bentley: 135
2. Mark Deeks: 100
3. James Laverty: 66
4. Andy McGurn: 56
5. Thomas Carey: 55
6. Euan Slatter: 28
Yes, it was Greg whatsit out of the New Radicals, wasn't it? Which presumably explains why it sounds almost exactly like "You Get What You Give".
I think it's actually William Axl Rose, but he's always been best known as Axl, so I guess it's fine if soundalikes are OK (similarly John Leslie - Lesley Josephs only works if homophones count).
It's odd that - having already posted in this thread - he obviously knows that it's going on, but hasn't entered (or said why he's not coming). Hope he's OK. I might have to email him.Ben Wilson wrote:He'll only have himself to blame.Matt Morrison wrote:Imagine if it was the biggest and best without Corby.
Technically my ratio of 4/10 was better. I AM GREAT etc.Marc Meakin wrote:12/50 for 2016 wasn't a bad yieldJames Laverty wrote:See the official list is out. Plenty of names already mentioned on it https://deathlist.net//
Well, someone could have died in Australia (or any place that's already into 2017) by now, but in the extremely unlikely event of this happening, we're going by GMT.Mark Deeks wrote:What if someone on one of our lists dies at like 00.30am GMT, but they're in America at the time? How do we call that?
Go on then, but only because it's you.Marc Meakin wrote:After studying the form book.
Can I swap Paul Gascoigne and Carol Vorderman for Pele and Bobby Charlton.
4.1. If you personally murder somebody named on your list, or pay (or offer inducements) for them to be murdered, no points will be scored.Fred Mumford wrote:Doesn't rule 4 actively encourage cheating?