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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:22
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Mr Star-take note-I do not like the licorice torpedoes!
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:27
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It appears the Laws rule in favour of Mr Matlow. Diefendorf v Fanshaw-Ffinch, the precedent at the 1927 Krakow Consolidation.

Shall we continue?
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:30
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I thought the 1928 Munich Conference ruled that the 1927 Krakow Consolidation was unconstitutional?
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:31
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Thankyou Mr twotter (from a 10th degree'er)

I propose a slight change in ruleset and invoke the Aylesbury '47 variant to the north of the river regulations thus...

Hainault

The Munich convention was discredited in the now infamous Grussell v Trellis head to head of '68 where it was discovered 33967 pages of which were plagiarised from japanese instructions for a vegetarian chainsaw!
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:36
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Actually, I am quite prepared to accept Hainault as a legitimate move from Waterloo. That we arrive at this by two different variations of the rules indicates the tremendous complexity of this game.

So, to move on, East Acton.

With regard to the Woolworths pick 'n mix, am quite partial to the licorice torpedoes, so I think we can come to an arrangement on that matter as well.

Mind, does anybody really believe Grussell v Trellis these days?
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:40
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Are you seriously questioning the rulings of MRS TRELLIS???

This could have grave consequences...be warned!

Edgeware Road

Should bring you back to earth
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:41
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I fear not!

Wood Green
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:45
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You appear to be very blase in your approach to MC this evening Mr Star,I shall taunt you with this inverse Forsyth persuation utilising quadrature phase encoding and auto-bifurcation.

Leamington spa/Hendon
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:45
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Wasn't Grussel/Trellis confirmed as the archetypal argument for any play based on Leatherspank's Wandsworth Notation?

One still considers the Greebit Reversal a masterpiece of understatement. In honour of the great man...

Turnham Green
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:49
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In our eagerness to correct Mr Star at the very same time Mr twotter,and the game now bifurcated,a Cromwell litigation has occured thus ruling out the northern line for 3 moves due to suspicious packages somewhere.

T4 for safety,lets try to keep it south chaps.
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:50
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Wasn't Grussel/Trellis confirmed as the archetypal argument for any play based on Leatherspank's Wandsworth Notation?
Indeed yes, which is why we still have the dilemma with regard to double shunts. Anyway, we seem to be back on track, so to speak, with E-M's very cheeky move followed by the Greebit Reversal, so (and without being particularly blase):

Kew Gardens

Which just leaves the matter as to who gets the licorice torpedoes.
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:53
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Never let it be said that a Twotter has come between a man and his liquorice torpedoes.

Chiswick Park
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 20:57
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I propose the torpedoes be donated to the sufferers on the Isle of Wight.

Hampton Court

Ones final move this evening due to an early fox-hunting rise the morn.

I bid you adieu and thank you for tonights noble proceedings.
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 21:00
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Ditto as Mrs ES requires my attention. Happy hunting and as my overnight placeholder I offer:

Clapham North
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 22:57
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Tis nearly the hour of midnight. One shall play a closed station googly. This should sort out the first years from the rest.
Park Royal
Let us keep the game pure. With the run of play, I predict Rawenstalls Tangential will be played from seven moves onward.
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Old 16th Dec 2005, 23:10
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Park Royal, eh....?
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DAMN!

I think its time things got super-serious. I'm instating Cabbie's Corner for three moves. And with that, I'll take

Hanger Lane

MWAH-HAH-HAH
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Old 17th Dec 2005, 06:22
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Rawenstall's Tangential requires a Guggenheim Shunt to avoid the Dollis Hill Catenary on the reverse shuffle. This should facilitate things expeditiously...

Piccadilly Circus
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Old 17th Dec 2005, 06:59
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Good morning Mr Twotter and may I congratulate you on your subtle handling of last night's rather unseemly bickering.

Woolworths' pick and mix forsooth. In my young days pistols at dawn would have been called for.

I've been pondering on using an Anthony Draper Tyneside metro gambit, but I realise that these are still somewhat controversial. So, I'll go the easy route.

Euston Road
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Old 17th Dec 2005, 09:36
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You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead to ARNOS GROVE
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Old 17th Dec 2005, 09:58
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And a Faertner-Pantzgruber Sequential Transcendance sees us in...

Limehouse
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