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Old 11th Apr 2006, 06:26
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One applauds one's subtlety, Mr Matlow. A Montgomery Invariable in conjunction with LCA leaves one with the appearance of multiple options but in truth there is only one. A Scrimshagger Parallel Shift to

Putney Bridge
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 08:01
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My Word The Matelot has swallowed coal, got a head of steam.
Time to play the 2012 departure points lead to
Stratford
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 08:57
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 10:01
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In order to further contain that Twotter fellow,a precautionary farkle is in order..

Bank
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 14:50
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Hmmm...

Classic counter move, Herr Matlow, but to no avail, one fears. Easily neutered by a Thackwray Inclusion. Thus...

Waterloo

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Old 11th Apr 2006, 15:35
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Farkle, farkle and thrice farkle, say I.

It's a Tuesday, even on this interweb thingy. That means that a trump move is in the offing under the Peterson & Patel Inverse Turnabout Cockahoople.

Caledonian Road, which I suppose is a trifle defensive.
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 16:38
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Caledonian rd was indeed a predictable move if you follow the 5th quadranters, but the fourth Lateral convention of scholars in 1923 found a comprehensive refutation of this pyramidic line, by discovering that when the total line velocity of all players is assimilated in an anti-clockwise direction, the player at Caledonian rd is immediately subject to a Jubilee line transgression penalty!

Brands Hatch
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 17:18
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Brands Hatch??? Either you are very brave or mad.........

A swift

Primrose Hill

should restore order.
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 17:41
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Excellent use of the reverse transgenic parallax there!

I can assure you Mr Rhombus Calibra that I did not make it to the Kings cross Directorate by way of being 'mad'!
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 20:16
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If only they hadn't outlawed Prometheus' Theorem - it'd be straight to MC otherwise!

Hey ho I'll just have to settle for a simple diagonal to

Barnes
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 21:02
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Perilously close to spoon, Mr Charlie.

Essex Road should place the linear extrapolation in a suitable position to avoid it with judicious use of Cribbit's and a small ginger biscuit.
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 21:47
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Twotter you genius. One will play the move of Ken Tonmeister Anglo Deutsch sound engineer: The impromptu reverse.
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 21:57
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No amount of fancy fonts will bail you out of that one your lordship!
I fear we are ever closer to being in knid here and Twotters default position of creel.

I hereby invoke the escalator rule in order to put of the inevitable..

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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:06
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Balls to you all.

Mornington Crescent it is, under the subjunctive discourse of the Tri-tripidecta Agreement, subjucate with the Dunstable Triangulation, coagulated alongside the Footmen Ruling (2004).

Jordan
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:16
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I've been sat on the platform here at Mornington Crescent for weeks, just waiting for someone else to turn up.

Or a train..............
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:20
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Nice try JordanD, but the "subjunctive discourse of the Tri-tripidecta Agreement, subjucate with the Dunstable Triangulation, coagulated alongside the Footmen Ruling (2004)." as you so cleverly put it is also known as Prometheus' Theorem and as mentioned before was outlawed - try again.
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:21
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Seconded

An abherration if ever I saw one!
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:36
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Shazbat!

Such reckless play has unfortunately degraded the line velocity sufficiently to place all players not wearing socks in knid. A side effect is a perpendicular shunt to

Dollis Hill
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Old 11th Apr 2006, 22:39
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Damn that Twotter fellow!!!

Im utilising a little known escape gambit here which requires me to alter lots of parameters momentarily but I wont trouble you with the details..

Geneva
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Old 13th Apr 2006, 10:12
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Very cunning, I must say I haven't seen such a splendid move as that for many a year.

If I'm not mistaken that is a variant of the O'Connor Principle, with suitable allowances for shunting, straddling and of course the Hemmingway Shuffle?

I believe I can play a straight Fortescue and take us to

Lancaster Gate
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