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Obama might be trying to assuage his own conscience, and that of his country, with legal memos that justify all of his actions -- but there's no disguising the actual damage done every time he presses the big red button.
Somebody would have said something, the captain pressed the big red button and everybody left.
Mr Bloom, who is played by Ben Faulkes, will be pushing the big red button at the event which will run from 4.
It cannotS be long bef ore civilisation is decimated by nuclear war, probably started by Iran, or North Korea, or President Obama hanging his jacket on the big red button during a game of hacky sack with his oh-so-groovy White House staff.
Because we are such a passionate nation it is easy to look at the big red button and do knee-jerk reactions," he said.
Life-long fan Phil Storey, 51, of Gosforth, said: "Just when you thought Ashley had gone quiet, letting the professionals get on with the football, he presses that big red button marked 'PANIC NOW'.
Let's press the big red button and stop the Easter Road conveyor belt for a second.
And with the final paragraph of today's rumours already upon us, it's time to press the big red button on the random football transfer tittle-tattle generator and list the more interesting gossip on the very long list it spews out: Jay-Jay Okocha has put his plans to retire on the back-burner now that Hull City have earned a berth in the Premier League, while Tottenham look likely to breast the tape in the race to sign Barcelona's 19-year-old Brazilian Giovani dos Santos .