afinelung.com A fine lung

afinelung.com
Title: A fine lung
Keywords:
Description: A fine lung Home Subscribe to Posts About A Fine Lung legal bit An Undividable Glow An Undividable FAQ Contact Us Online stall Headline ? MCYC 29/07/16: The Oddiesey July 24, 2016 ? 8:03 pm | No Comme
afinelung.com is ranked 0 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $0. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. afinelung.com has 43% seo score.

afinelung.com Information

Website / Domain: afinelung.com
Website IP Address: 80.82.124.177
Domain DNS Server: ns2.34sp.com,ns.34sp.com

afinelung.com Rank

Alexa Rank: 0
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed)

afinelung.com Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $0
Daily Revenue: $0
Monthly Revenue $0
Yearly Revenue: $0
Daily Unique Visitors 0
Monthly Unique Visitors: 0
Yearly Unique Visitors: 0

afinelung.com WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Cache-Control no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0
Content-Type text/html; charset=UTF-8
Date Fri, 29 Jul 2016 11:03:23 GMT
Server Apache

afinelung.com Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage

afinelung.com Traffic Sources Chart

afinelung.com Similar Website

Domain Site Title

afinelung.com Alexa Rank History Chart

afinelung.com aleax

afinelung.com Html To Plain Text

A fine lung Home Subscribe to Posts About A Fine Lung legal bit An Undividable Glow An Undividable FAQ Contact Us Online stall Headline ? MCYC 29/07/16: The Oddiesey July 24, 2016 ? 8:03 pm | No Comment | by: J. Walter Weatherman In Homer’s epic ‘The Odyssey’, it takes enemy of Poseidon and all round faffer Odysseus ten years to make it home after the fall of Troy. While it’s not taken the Oddies quite that long … Read the full story ? Featured ? MCYC 29/07/16: The Oddiesey July 24, 2016 ? 20:03 | No Comment Moston hosts a miniature dystopia – rush to see this gloomy delight… July 7, 2016 ? 22:32 | No Comment Geesantista June 15, 2016 ? 16:24 | No Comment Banning of FC United founder was ‘flawed’ and ‘unfair’ June 15, 2016 ? 16:20 | No Comment Truth, Justice and the Football Fan’s Way May 2, 2016 ? 0:46 | No Comment FCUM: 101 damnations April 19, 2016 ? 8:49 | No Comment The Pamphlet: Fans call for improved democracy at FC United April 16, 2016 ? 18:50 | No Comment Never mind the ballots, here’s the money April 7, 2016 ? 6:34 | No Comment FC United chiefs apologise to club’s founder for ‘mistaken impression’ of ‘threats’ April 6, 2016 ? 15:18 | No Comment Leighton to follow example of FC United chief April 1, 2016 ? 0:01 | No Comment Headline Featured Football Music Magazine Featured, Headline, Magazine, Music, Seafaring ? MCYC 29/07/16: The Oddiesey by: J. Walter Weatherman July 24, 2016 ? 8:03 pm | No Comment In Homer’s epic ‘The Odyssey’, it takes enemy of Poseidon and all round faffer Odysseus ten years to make it home after the fall of Troy. While it’s not taken the Oddies quite that long to make it home after the fall of Bury (well, the last game FC played there, anyway), by the time Friday 29th July 2016 comes around, it’ll have taken two years, three months and nine days to make it back. Or to put it another way: 831 days of trying to make it to Ithaca. I mean Moston. Made it we have though, and while it’s probably fair to say it’s been something of a slog in the intervening years since we took all the flags down, picked up cardboard Steve Spencer and skipped out of Starkies for the last time, we’re back, and ready to look forward instead of backwards. A bit like a tortoise, just not as ponderous, and minus a dock off shell on our back. So what’s with all this MCYC malarkey then? “Why aren’t you calling it CYCM like normal, you bunch of divs?” I hear you cry. Well, it’s still CYCM, but not quite. For a start it’s pre-season, and on a Friday night to boot, which means no football afterwards. A club night in the afternoon at night, if you will. Plus, some of the Oddies from the Bury era won’t be there. They haven’t died or owt like that, they either just won’t be able to make it or have moved on. In true United fashion however, we’re using the night like a League/Milk/Littlewoods/Rumbelows/Coca-Cola/Worthington’s/Carling/Capital One Cup tie and blooding some of the youth, so along with the more experienced heads, we should be strong enough to see off Port Vale without the need for extra-time. But what do you put on when you’ve got no football, a few extra hours to spare, and two years to catch up on? Just the same sort of stuff as we always do, but more of it, so read on to find out who’s going to be entertaining, educating and delighting you and your ears: The Hummingbird Project: High Peak People Helping Refugees First up we have Pam from the Hummingbird Project coming to speak to us about the good work they do. You may be unfamiliar with the Hummingbird Project, so let me fill you in (in a non-fighty manner, obv). In fact, rather than me filling you in, we’ll let them fill you in themselves (again, we’re not talking fighting here, so calm down). As Pam says: “The Hummingbird project was set up by myself (Pamela Meade Lake) and Jo Gregory in order to raise awareness of the recent refugee crisis in Europe and beyond. We needed to do something practical to help people in need. We have harnessed the good will of people in the High Peak and South Manchester who help us to help refugees. Our aim is to raise funds and collect donations to send much needed aid to refugee hot spots across Europe and Syria. We have sent aid to Syria, Macedonia, Lesvos, Leros, Chios, and Samos and to Athens. We support women and children in camps in Turkey and also have sent aid to Calais, Dunkirk and Paris. We have great links with lots of other grass roots organisations and we work together to get what is needed to where it needs to be. Our cash donations have helped support Mums and babies breastfeeding in the camps in Macedonia, the Hellas Lifeguards, childrens activities in camps in Lesvos and to provide food for refugees Samos, and we have recently given funds to enable aid to get to Lebanon, a project we will be supporting this winter. We are ordinary people doing the best we can to help others. It is an amazing adventure and a privilege to be part of so much goodwill.” If you’re wondering how you can help, then wonder no more, as we’ll be collecting donations on the night. Please pay close attention however, as they’ve asked we only collect the following specific items: Brand new underwear (those who think it’s acceptable to donate second-hand gruds need not apply) Clean bras in good condition Clean socks, again in good condition Regardless of where your opinions lie on the political spectrum, this is about human beings stuck in a situation not of their own design, so anything the great city of immigration Manchester can do to help, we surely will. *Correction time: this preview was amended 25/07 as I’d only gone and banged on about the wrong Hummingbird Project. It turns out there’s TWO separate charities of the same name who help refugees, which confirms two things: one, I’m a dozy get for not realising, and two, it just goes to show there are a plenty of good people out there doing good things.* Black Lives Matter You can’t have failed to notice there has been news story after news story of innocent black people losing their lives at the hands of police in America, especially the last few years or so. It’s 2016, yet this sort of thing still happens, and happens with alarming regularity. The Black Lives Matter Movement, which started in the US in response to all the killings, is now growing in size in the UK, where recently thousands marched in Manchester in solidarity. We’re made up that we’ll have a speaker from the movement coming to talk to us, so this is deffo something not to be missed. Selina Todd It’s a real coup (not the Labour party sort, the good sort) to have Selina come and speak for us. Award winning author of Young Women, Work and Family in England, 1918-50, and The People: the Rise and Fall of the Working Class, 1910-2010, Selina is also Professor of Modern History at Oxford University. If all that wasn’t enough, she also recently spoke at the Durham Miners’ Gala, where 120,000 people attended. We’re not expecting quite that many to come through the doors on Friday, but those who are there will be in for a treat. Angry Bear Some people say love is a language. For the Bear, aggro is the only language he understands. After spending the summer laughing at England’s showing against Russia (We’ll leave you to decide if that’s the on-pitch or off-pitch displays) he’s ready to take the Main Stand bar like he used to take the Kippax, except this time he’ll be dishing out poetic verse instead of slaps. He’s not sweet, nor is he tender, but you’ll like his poetry, and if you’re a Malcs regular, he’ll look a bit familiar….. Hedz Jellmo The evening’s live music is provided by Hedz Jellmo. As well as being the aforementioned Angry Bear’s favouritist band ever, they describe themselves as an “Experimental Manchester based-band playing dubby Manc soul with a sting kinda stuff”. While they say that about themselves, Tim Birch of City Life describes their sound as “Sumptuous drums and bass. A bluesy-jazzy atmosphere tingles like pollen around a live’ drum kit sound. The vocal delivery slides between Georgie Fame and that codger from the Stereo MCs (who looked like Edvard Munk’s The Scream, incarnate.)……..Elsewhere, a ‘blunted’ hip-hop sound …….slowing to a trip hop finale”. You’d be simultaneously a fool and an idiot to miss out the return of live music to FC, and you’d be even more of a fool and an idiot to miss out on Hedz Jellmo. Make sure you don’t. DJs As if we weren’t spoiling you all enough, we’re also going to be treating you to tunes from long time Malcolms heads Pace and Andy Brennan. Ensuring it’s a proper family affair, Pace is also bringing his cousin Lee along to join in the collective spinning of the wheels of steel, so in essence we’ve got ourselves a DJ ménage à trois. Saucy? No. Musically excellent? Definitely. We’ll also have a variety of gifts and donations that we’re going to raffle and maybe even put up as a prize in a quiz. It might be Rochdale related with them being our opponents on the Saturday, or it might just be given to the first person who agrees with me that the Aldi in Market Street is a lot bigger than the one on Great Ancoats Street. My girlfriend reckons they’re practically the same size, so if I can’t use Malcolms as a way of resolving a domestic spat, what can I use it for? Anyway…. at the time of writing we’ve also not decided if there’ll be food or not (expect an update as soon as), but obviously the bar’ll be open. The name might be slightly different, but it is still Malcolms after all……. Of course, not everything in life can be perfect, and if there’s one blot on the night it’s this: we have to face up to the lamentable loss of Stu From The Bay’s market stall. In its 2014 heyday, it sold everything from woolie hats, to books, to fanzines and programmes. The real draw as we all know though, was Stu’s never-to-be-bettered and oft talked about plastic fanzine holders. Designed both to catch the eye at the perfect angle and to offer a practicality other plastic holders could only dream of, their ability to allow punters the chance to pick up a fanzine with consummate ease was unrivaled. There may or may not be a minute’s silence on the night, but either way we won’t forget the life changing plastic holders which are currently gathering dust in a Colwyn Bay loft. As for Stu though, the barmy bugger is actually cutting short his holiday in Cornwall to enjoy the night (seriously), so if you see him, once you’ve given him a funny look, buy him a pint for his own personal Odyssey from Truro to Moston. Bay City Stallers So that, in a rather long and wordy nutshell, is the first Malcolms of Moston. Doors open at 7:30, but please try and get down early, what with us having a busy, busy night for you. As always entrance is free, but spend freely at the bar; after all, it’s your club the money’s going to. Malcolm Course You Can, 2016: You’d be tertulia stupid to miss it. For further info on some of the turns, have a ganders here: Selina Todd The Hummingbird Project Website The Hummingbird Project Facebook Page Hedz Jellmo And feel free to share this poster far and wide: Common Sense July 12, 2016 ? 7:17 am | One Comment | by: jonathanallsopp “Common sense will tell us, that the power which hath endeavoured to subdue us, is of all others, the most improper to defend us” Thomas Paine, Common Sense, 1776. There’s been a deflating familiarity to the … Moston hosts a miniature dystopia – rush to see this gloomy delight… July 7, 2016 ? 10:32 pm | No Comment | by: Elsie Model villages, overhead photographs of cities, landscapes viewed from a plane – the delights of miniaturisation are well known to we control freaks. Everything well ordered and in its place, for us to be able … Geesantista June 15, 2016 ? 4:24 pm | No Comment | by: Cable Street Sioux While I was slowly jogging around Platt Fields trying to look like I was actually running, I noticed something that I had observed before about Geese. But this time having more time on my hands due to the whole being off work thing I decided that I’d take a closer look. Banning of FC United founder was ‘flawed’ and ‘unfair’ June 15, 2016 ? 4:20 pm | No Comment | by: 1878 FC United bosses were wrong to ban the club’s founder and owe him an apology, according to an independent report into the blocking of his membership. Mind the gap May 28, 2016 ? 4:21 pm | No Comment | by: jonathanallsopp I sensed that some of those in attendance were possibly beginning to appreciate the extent of the damage wrought by the chumocracy that has been allowed to develop as an assortment of chancers, bluffers and worming careerists have brought the club to its knees; an affront to the decent egalitarian and democratic principles on which FC United was founded. Truth, Justice and the Football Fan’s Way May 2, 2016 ? 12:46 am | No Comment | by: Talkative Some level of justice was finally delivered last week to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster; victims that included those who lost their lives at a football match 27 years ago and those who still … FCUM: 101 damnations April 19, 2016 ? 8:49 am | No Comment | by: 1878 These questions are aimed at getting to the heart of the corruption of FC United’s founding principles. Most of them have been legitimately asked of FC United Board members in recent months on the club’s official forum set up for that very purpose. However, most Board members refuse to answer… The Pamphlet: Fans call for improved democracy at FC United April 16, 2016 ? 6:50 pm | No Comment | by: 1878 To bring the issues forward for more discussion in the lead up to the general meeting on April 24th, The Pamphlet was created and distributed at Saturday’s game by a concerned group of people, including four of the original FC United of Manchester steering group plus writers from the fan publications Under the Boardwalk (the original FCUM fanzine) and A Fine Lung. Never mind the ballots, here’s the money April 7, 2016 ? 6:34 am | No Comment | by: jonathanallsopp When it comes to Walsh’s stepping down, I’m left feeling a bit like when someone’s leaving card comes round at work and you’re not sure what to write as you used to think they were sound but recently you suspect that they might be the one nicking your milk from the fridge and there was that time when they were a right dick at the Christmas party. FC United chiefs apologise to club’s founder for ‘mistaken impression’ of ‘threats’ April 6, 2016 ? 3:18 pm | No Comment | by: 1878 An FC United statement has been released today saying: “Around the time of November’s AGM personnel connected to the Board and staff of FC United of Manchester inadvertently and without intent caused the mistaken impression … A home without a family is just a house April 5, 2016 ? 12:36 pm | One Comment | by: Talkative Sadly it now seems more and more likely to me that rather than serving as an inspiration for football fans who are fed up of feeling powerless in the corporate world of modern football, the legacy of this Mancunian adventure will be one of deeply disappointing yet wistfully avoidable failure. Leighton to follow example of FC United chief April 1, 2016 ? 12:01 am | No Comment | by: Talkative Following the news that FC United bosses want to investigate their own fans for criticising the club’s hierarchy, several big names are now also considering action against football supporters. FC United of Manchester: how the togetherness turned into disharmony March 31, 2016 ? 11:46 am | 2 Comments | by: 1878 “There is a fundamental deficit in democracy, transparency and accountability between the club and its members…” Think about the future… March 30, 2016 ? 8:22 pm | No Comment | by: 1878 FC United’s intention is to provide United fans with the community they’ve always enjoyed, but one untainted by the commercialism and authoritarianism we currently suffer… (Red Issue, February 2005) There comes a time when silence is betrayal: Part four March 28, 2016 ? 11:20 am | No Comment | by: SFTB The general way this farce was left to fester and then handled by the board and general manager is, in my opinion, embarrassing, furthering the splits and divides already prevalent after our “Summer of discontent”. The Easter Rising from Manchester and Salford March 27, 2016 ? 7:16 pm | No Comment | by: 1878 Manchester Volunteers’ have their stories told in a new book and website, while there are talks on the subject in Salford and Manchester and beyond over the coming month. There comes a time when silence is betrayal: Part three March 27, 2016 ? 11:56 am | No Comment | by: SFTB If the 50p on the Benfica programme was the key to Pandora’s Box, then the board or general manager certainly didn’t take heed as the lid was about to be blown right off. There comes a time when silence is betrayal: Part Two March 26, 2016 ? 11:47 am | One Comment | by: SFTB That month leading up to the AGM was among the worst four weeks supporting FC, when a fair portion of co-owners were made to feel like the enemy from within. There comes a time when silence is betrayal: Part one March 25, 2016 ? 1:55 pm | 2 Comments | by: SFTB In the first of a three or four-parter (depends when we can be arsed) we are publishing a very long letter written by long-serving red Stu from the Bay, which was sent to FC United’s rulers. It was written in a genuine attempt to list all the things SFTB (and many others) believe the club have got wrong over the years, leading up to the discourse of the past nine months or so. It was done in the hope that the general manager and his board would give their collective heads a shake… Under fire FC United boss to quit after fan unrest March 23, 2016 ? 11:04 am | No Comment | by: Shaun Mather Amidst growing supporter unrest, FC United’s chief executive has announced he will be leaving the club after this season. Andy Walsh, who has led the club since its inception in 2005, has come under fire from … “Those who do not move, do not notice their chains” — Rosa Luxemburg Featured ? The grass isn’t always greener From the ever excellent Two Hundred Per Cent: Recently, the redoubtable website A Fine Lung posted a lengthy article about the ongoing situation at FC United of Manchester which may have come as something of a … More articles ? Football ? Bath-time at FC United… Jonathan Allsopp on the latest shameful episode at FC United, as the general manager and some board members plan to investigate the club’s owners (aka fans) for criticising the club… More articles ? Headline ? Bath-time at FC United… Jonathan Allsopp on the latest shameful episode at FC United, as the general manager and some board members plan to investigate the club’s owners (aka fans) for criticising the club… More articles ? Magazine ? Any Ipswich Way You Can Oh how we bounced around the living room of our council maisonette and slid on the slippy shiny black vinyl tiles that concealed the failed underfloor heating when Sammy Mc fired United into the F.A. Cup semi-final… More articles ? Music ? A hijacked legacy? Tony Wilson at 65 I have an uneasy feeling that Manchester’s success has been somewhat hi-jacked and, it’s almost as if Tony Wilson has been written out of that history… More articles ? Photo-Essay ? Not finding Brett Myself and Mike went for a walk round Boggart Hole Clough once, it was very good, Mike has a lot to say and most of it very very funny, anyway we decided to do it … More articles ? Seafaring ? batten down the hatches More articles ? telly ? The Sun lied? Never… Following the news that the Tulisa Contostavlos trial collapsed after the judge said he had ‘strong grounds to believe’ Sun reporter Mazher Mahmood lied at the hearing, we thought it worth looking back on this ace piece from our site a while back… More articles ? Uncategorized ? Spirit, patience, gentleness ‘Spirit, Patience, Gentleness, All that can adorn and bless Art thou – let deeds, not words, express Thine exceeding loveliness. More articles ? video ? About a Blue Enjoy Mark Turton’s short film about a city fan. More articles ? Archive July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 January 2016 Blogroll Working Class Movement Library punkfootball Yer wot by Mike Duff Tag Cloud 26 May 1999 43 years Ancoats arts correspondent Bernard cathedrals chimneybreasts chorlton gobshites cornerhouse Course You Can Malcolm debt in football democracy eric Eton fan-owned clubs Fans FC United of Manchester Glazer Green and Gold Hillsborough history Ireland Jilted John jump suits (silver) Liam libraries Manchester Evening News Manchester Martyrs miners' strike Moston pancakes Peterloo protest riots Salford settees singing snow Stokes was offside swans the castle The Guardian trams World Cup Xmas Random Posts (refresh random posts) Latest Video Post About a Blue Recent Posts MCYC 29/07/16: The Oddiesey Common Sense Moston hosts a miniature dystopia – rush to see this gloomy delight… Geesantista Banning of FC United founder was ‘flawed’ and ‘unfair’ Most Commented Green and gold until Park is sold... Sheer criminality Man city - they milka the cow The Queen is coming, be bloody grateful… Panic on the streets of London Most Popular Powered by WordPress | Log in | Entries (RSS) | Comments (RSS) | Arthemia Premium theme by Colorlabs Project | Legal Bit

afinelung.com Whois

Whois Server Version 2.0
Domain names in the .com and .net domains can now be registered
with many different competing registrars. Go to http://www.internic.net
for detailed information.
  Domain Name: AFINELUNG.COM
  Registrar: EASYSPACE LTD.
  Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 79
  Whois Server: whois.easyspace.com
  Referral URL: http://www.easyspace.com
  Name Server: NS.34SP.COM
  Name Server: NS2.34SP.COM
  Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
  Status: clientUpdateProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited
  Updated Date: 12-aug-2015
  Creation Date: 10-jul-2008
  Expiration Date: 10-jul-2016
>>> Last update of whois database: Thu, 12 May 2016 17:55:23 GMT <<<
For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp
NOTICE: The expiration date displayed in this record is the date the
registrar's sponsorship of the domain name registration in the registry is
currently set to expire. This date does not necessarily reflect the expiration
date of the domain name registrant's agreement with the sponsoring
registrar. Users may consult the sponsoring registrar's Whois database to
view the registrar's reported date of expiration for this registration.
TERMS OF USE: You are not authorized to access or query our Whois
database through the use of electronic processes that are high-volume and
automated except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or
modify existing registrations; the Data in VeriSign Global Registry
Services' ("VeriSign") Whois database is provided by VeriSign for
information purposes only, and to assist persons in obtaining information
about or related to a domain name registration record. VeriSign does not
guarantee its accuracy. By submitting a Whois query, you agree to abide
by the following terms of use: You agree that you may use this Data only
for lawful purposes and that under no circumstances will you use this Data
to: (1) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission of mass
unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations via e-mail, telephone,
or facsimile; or (2) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes
that apply to VeriSign (or its computer systems). The compilation,
repackaging, dissemination or other use of this Data is expressly
prohibited without the prior written consent of VeriSign. You agree not to
use electronic processes that are automated and high-volume to access or
query the Whois database except as reasonably necessary to register
domain names or modify existing registrations. VeriSign reserves the right
to restrict your access to the Whois database in its sole discretion to ensure
operational stability. VeriSign may restrict or terminate your access to the
Whois database for failure to abide by these terms of use. VeriSign
reserves the right to modify these terms at any time.
The Registry database contains ONLY .COM, .NET, .EDU domains and
Registrars