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wall-e
12th Apr 2009, 19:06
will someone ever publish all the post in this forum?

http://ebooks-imgs.connect.com/ebooks/product/400/000/000/000/000/094/282/400000000000000094282_s4.jpg

V2-OMG!
12th Apr 2009, 19:55
Are you that hard up for something to read? :bored:

Lon More
12th Apr 2009, 20:53
Clever move. Scare 'em off

Standard Noise
12th Apr 2009, 21:01
As long as someone publishes 'It's a dog's life' who cares about the rest?

Wod
13th Apr 2009, 04:48
Forget the books - bring on the film versions.

"Dog's life" first, I think.

Foss
13th Apr 2009, 11:10
Standard, I'm working on it.
I'm working on it

Buster Hyman
13th Apr 2009, 12:38
Mate...if you ever quote me & I end up in court, I'll kick yer friggin' arse from here to breakfast!!!:=

Standard Noise
13th Apr 2009, 12:40
As a famous (or should that be infamous?) Lurcher once exclaimed..........

"WOOHOO!"

Right then, to the film, I reckon Jimmy Nesbitt for the role of Foss and Bronagh Gallagher for the voice of Daisy.

Foss
13th Apr 2009, 13:55
Sounds good to me. k-rist sake. :rolleyes:

ArthurR
13th Apr 2009, 19:58
Foss, put me down for a copy, signed would be nice. :ok:

mixture
13th Apr 2009, 22:19
will someone ever publish all the post in this forum?

I hope not. The resultant book would be larger than the Encyclopedia Britannica and so would need to be put in the hold as cargo (if indeed it did fit) rather than flightbag. :cool:

As for anyone who says e-Books .... :rolleyes:

MMEMatty
13th Apr 2009, 22:42
They missed their chance when "Sherlock Homes and the case of the Missing Pink War Machine" vanished, without a trace...

BombayDuck
14th Apr 2009, 00:34
While Foss' book is getting ready, why not publish the

*ahem*

The Really Really Boring And Totally Pointless Snippets of Information Collection: Volumes I through X"

?

:p

wall-e
14th Apr 2009, 11:24
... a movie out off the PPrune forum sound a really a great idea!


Who's the film director?

mixture
14th Apr 2009, 14:04
MMEMatty,

It has not vanished without a trace, just move with the times Sherlock, it's not 1887 anymore.

Twas a post by Herr Draper I believe.

:cool:

Storminnorm
14th Apr 2009, 14:07
Could be the perfect cure for insomnia methinks.