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How the hell has this escaped the dreaded lock??? :D

But for what its worth, the Americans are full of shit and it was actually James Milner who first set foot on the moon, not that Armstrong fella.

He also invented the Slush Puppy.

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James is the only person ever to survive a chuck norris round house kick to the face.......and it was himself that landed that plane in the river in new york while eating a BRAWN sarni and drinking ale while playing street fighter 2 turbo......

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James Milner’s maternal grandfather was Lee Harvey Oswald while television presenter Cat Deeley is his third cousin twice removed on his father’s side of the family.

Other members of the extended Milner clan include Cherie Blair’s half-sister Lauren Booth, the Swedish actor Max von Sydow, veteran actress Molly Sugden, newsreader Huw Edwards, former Wales Rugby captain Gareth Edwards, stuttering pop star Gareth Gates, one of the Proclaimers, TV host Vernon Kay and former Goodie Tim Brooke-Taylor.

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James Milner as a young child actually attended the first boy scout camp on Brownsea Island and subsequently suggested to Baden-Powell that perhaps if could lead to bigger things thereby instigating the concept of the boy scout movement.

As stated earlier in this thread as a young boy "Tiny Jim" as they called him was lame. In fact one Christmas literally at deaths door, when his fathers employer (formerly a miserly old sod known to say Bah Humbug rather a lot) suddenly changed and generously paid for James' cruciate ligament operation.

After that it was always said of him that he knew how to keep Christmas well if any man alive possessed the knowledge

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James Milner once had a torrid affair with Norah Batty

james Milner invented the sayings "Cheap as chips" and "where there's muck there's brass"

james Milner wrote the lyrics to "Ilkley Moor"

James Milner owns 32 ferrets and 256 racing pigeons

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James Milner was once charged with attempting to steal one of those pens on a chain from the HSBC bank in Sutton Coldfield.

However, he left the court without a stain on his character after Jack Klugman, an expert on chained pens, proved that Milner could not be guilty as the alleged crime could not possibly have taken place on Shrove Tuesday as claimed by the police.

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