GreenJolly – Orange Revolution 2004 Mastermind

Eurovision Song Contest 2005 participant

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…

The News Review:

– Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision…
– Blaine voted top ‘loser’ of 2003
– Russian oil mogul stalks Man U

Eurovision Song Contest 2006 at | your daily Eurovision… – Dec 28, 2003
com News. Those first days have been very informative to ourselves as well as the players. Some of them found interesting tricks to make profit. For this reason and others the formula which calculates new Stoq values is now updated. To try to make an honest game our three formerly \’top players\’ have been reset and they will have to start over with a clean wallet.

Blaine voted top ‘loser’ of 2003
BBC News – Dec 29, 2003
The illusionist who spent 44 days suspended in a glass box with no food over the Thames drew 24% of the vote. Second in the poll was former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith who got 15% of the 1000 votes in the poll for McCain Foods. In third place were Eurovision failures Jemini who got no points in the show. The entire Australian nation was voted fourth-biggest loser after their rugby team’s loss to England in the final of the Rugby World Cup. In fifth place was Victoria Beckham who has had a difficult year trying to revive her music career. In sixth place was Charles Ingram the Who Wants to be a Millionaire? contestant who this year was found guilty of cheating in order to win the £1m prize.

Russian oil mogul stalks Man U – Dec 28, 2003
Until last year Mr Safin was Lukoil’s first vice-president of Lukoil and president of Lukoil Europe Holdings the company’s European subsidiary. A member of Russia’s Senate the Federation Council he ran in the presidential elections for the Russian republic of Bashkortostan but was placed third in the first round of voting. Mr Safin is not related to the Russian tennis star Marat Safin but his daughter Alsou whose name means rose water in the Tatar language took second place at the Eurovision song contest in 2000. She had a hit duet with Enrique Iglesias and now spends half the year in Russia and the other half touring the world. Takeover speculation has helped Manchester United’s shares more than double this year valuing the company at almost £700m. Mr Glazer who first invested in the club a year ago is now its second-biggest shareholder behind the Irish horseracing tycoons John Magnier and JP McManus. They increased their holding earlier this month to 24.

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