I was searching for an answer to fix an annying problem with my blackberry. It kept having this message.
The page you have requested was created using form data. This page is no longer available. If you resubmit the data, any action that was specified by the form will be repeated. Do you want to resubmit the data? When I click either yes or no, nothing happens except that the message just reappears. I can’t get rid of it so I can’t do anything else on my phone, except answer a call if someone calls me. How do I get rid of this message from my phone? I tried turning it off and on….even leaving it off for 5 minutes before turning it back on. I can’t even check my OS because I can’t get at anything on my phone. I hope someone can help me with this.
WELL the fix as Alexandra the Meerkat cat from comparethemeerkat says is simples .
Take that battery out, leave it for a minute and now it;s gone! Top Bombing.
Hi, I’m honoured to have been asked by stoketshirts.co.uk to write a blog for them. I’m a regular poster on the Proboards “Oatcake” fanzine site and some of my posts have attracted interest due to their “graphic nature” 😀
The last couple of months have fueled my imagination, games against Man City and Arsenal in particular which were so full of contraversial decisions left me feeling angry and resentful BUT also produced many ideas for me to play with.
Alan Wiley’s mystifying performance during the game v. Manchester City at The Britannia Stadium was one particular occasion which got my brain sizzling. On my return journey home I couldn’t shake the idea that Wiley’s choice to:
send off a Stoke player
ignore Vieira’s tackle on Whelan
deny Shawross’s excellent header in the dying moments
was nothing short of theft…Grand Theft! Cue the birth of “Grand Theft Wiley”.
Here’s the pics. of the T shirt we made up for McScooby with his great design.
Another day at the Britannia and another prima donna referee. Stoke City versus Tottenham Hotspurs saw Mike Dean hit the headlines.
There’s an old saying that goes “be seen and not heard” and too many of today’s Premier League officials really take that to heart.
They love to think we have paid our hard earned cash to watch them. Mike Dean is another one of the Rob Styles, Graham Poll school who think it’s their stage.
He thinks it’s the “Mike Dean Show”, especially with his over exhuberant gestures – what a prize tosser.
No doubt he’ll go back to the referee’s club and re-live the story of how he robbe Stoke again to his buddies.
As they get nearer the end of their career they get more controversial as it makes them more attractive to media companies.
I don’t know about you but I hate listening to Poll when he’s on 5live and often switch it off. He talks as if he has a “holier than thou” attitude.
As for the sending off, then I don’t think Whitehead should have given him the opportunity. Both “tackles” were careless and in areas of the pitch when a pressing obstruction would have been a wiser choice. A player of his experience should be making better choices and I guess that Tony Pulis, while being supportive of the player in public, will have a few words in private.
To close I think that referees should switch the earlier saying around and have the attitude that they should be heard and not seen (On the pitch and not in the media!).
Ian Dyer’s (aka the Boothen End Bard) latest project is a world cup song for South Africa 2010. It is called “Think About England” and has been recorded by the band “Head The Ball” which he is the lead singer of.
Have a look at the video here and let me know what you think