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Old 27th Jul 2005, 11:05
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Notwithstanding utilisation of the Tripp and Lattice Rule, misuse of the Van Helsing Abrogation to approach Camden from the back passage would result in a disqualification unless the Frendleton-Lipschitz Quandary were to be employed. There can be only one logical route to safety and that would be

Piccadilly
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 11:19
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Agreed.

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Old 27th Jul 2005, 13:33
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West Ruislip

Retreats to doze.
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 14:45
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Only, and only, because its raining:

Kew Gardens
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 17:47
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Its not raining here in Italy

Remembering it's tea time and we need to keep away from Mrs Trellis's abode I'll avoid the obvious move to T4, invoke the Isis option and go straight to EGLC, claiming my 200 on the way.
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 18:39
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I'm not happy with all those moves, but will allow!

I'll invoke the Sub & Above Agreement 1978 in conjunction with the Light Lines 1997 to move to ....

West India Quay

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Old 27th Jul 2005, 19:07
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West India Quay eh? Using Sub & Above Agreement 1978 in conjunction with the Light Lines 1997? In July?

Sneaky.

However, I counter your sneakiness East of the Tower by careful application of the Manchurian Obscurative (Peters, Peters & Hogmanay 1923 - look it up).


Hendon Central

Take that.
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 19:55
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Hendon Central!! !!!

the book says Tottenham Court Road next but .....

hell if we are going to the extream of Machurian! then I'll twist and go to China town -

Gerrard Street
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Old 27th Jul 2005, 22:16
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Eh Up? What's going on?

Me thinks its time for the hours of Darkness (1990b) rule to be played - thus:

Finsbury Park

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Old 28th Jul 2005, 07:15
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Excellent program on the box last night about the origins of the London Underground map.

And on that historical note, lets all go down the Strand..............
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 07:17
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Anyone got any bananas?

Covent Garden!
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 07:40
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One studiously ignores any EU directive on the size, shape and angularity of bananas, so, a reverse shunt gives:

Sloan Square (Yah)
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 08:07
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From where a Temporal Thaumaturgy takes us to Brompton Road.
Ta-Da!

To move on from there you've got to find it - it really exists, but what line is it on?
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 08:09
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And with an application of Wibbler's Spellchecking Conundrum we end up at:-

Tooting Bec
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 09:14
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Tooting Bec? Are you sure?

In that case another Temporal Thaumaturgy takes us to Addison Road which also exists, but where?

[ No running track, but its handy for the palace ]
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 12:47
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Certain. I think.

Aside from that I have been poring over the minutes of the 1953 Frimley Convocation (or at least those sections which are legible through the bloodstains left after the fracas which developed when someone (mentioning no names) which opined that the use of Beethovens First Movement of his %th (or it may have been his 5th) Symphony would involve the existence of a running line direct from Cockfosters to Kentish town but I digress; and am also attempting to write the longest sentence I have yet managed) stated that the Cloisoinier Rule of Irrelevant Recollection (which was directly responsible for the movement of/in/to* Tooting Bec (* = delete as appropriate)) allows cross-handling charges to be ignored under certain circumstances (see article 64/17/b/vi/f/11.02.05, release 27.003.19) so:-

Green Park

(Editted to extend the pertinent sentence slightly)

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Old 28th Jul 2005, 19:25
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Green Park? Pah!

I give you, with thanks to the Orbital Analysis Regulation (1984) which can thankfully be used now the Shuttle is back up:

Bank

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Old 28th Jul 2005, 22:18
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Hmm, tough one..........

Westbourne Park
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 22:25
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Sorry RC - you just breached the 'Two Park Protocol'.

By default - Tooting Bec.
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Old 28th Jul 2005, 22:30
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Biggles - and you're in breach of the 'Repeat the Default' rule - so I'll move it along to

Highbury & Islington

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