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Old 9th Mar 2004, 23:12
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to sail beyond the sunset
 
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Which one was only defending onself from the massed Harpies





(with hurt expression)

I blame them Suffragettes
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Old 9th Mar 2004, 23:27
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So ... you are conceding defeat, Mr. Tailwagger?

If you can manage to find yourself something more suitable than that rusty old kukri (sp?), we will accept your weapon along with your surrender at a time to be appointed Even as we speak, my people are collaborating with those of Ms. singaporegirl and Ms. Stockpicker to draw up the terms.

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Old 9th Mar 2004, 23:37
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one has a photo of the Wholi hound chewing on a bone just a tad larger than the average prooner.
Not much use then, Mr Draper: Mr Taildragger is considerably larger than the average Prooner.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 00:00
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Surrender? Pah.

I was merely offering the weaker side, (in terms of wit), the opportunity to withdraw quietly.

It's not rust on the kukri, just some gore I omitted to wipe off after the last contender despaired of the use of wit and resorted to violence.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 00:14
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Blimey!

I take a Friday + Monday off and look what happens....
12 extra pages! Just done trawling through them....note one made it (just) onto the high posters list with 50
BD - whatever you do, don't throw your RW Willaims boots at TailDragger - you will only regret it - no-one should be forced to part with their boots of such quality! (And I know they can't be a worn out pair, 'cos RW Williams boots don't wear out - they just get comfier )

TD - I too watched the Diamonds prog. absolutely fascinating - and I did wonder what SG woul have made of the pretty Yellow "man-made" ones!

Too many good chocolate cake recipes here.

TailDragger - I humbly suggest that you either don 100% asbestos clothing with a kevlar outer covering or tip your forelock at the SG/BD/SP trio 'cos you is going to lose!

While I was off work, the company laid off a bunch of people - luckily no-one in Europe (except short term contractors).

Sorry - just realised that I shouldn't post what I did - not against JB rules - but might be construed as divulging info etc........any way forget you saw it - or didn't - or whatever....

Edited to explain an edit that didn't make sense.....hope it does now - if it doesn't - just ignore me. I'll sit quietly in the corner.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 01:51
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BlueDiamond

Unfortunately, I am not allowed to tell you about my many remarkable achievements, or I'd have to kill you , and I do not feel that killing a potential employer is what you would call paving the way to a successfull mercenary carreer.

I am just allowed to mention some places I've been : Azincourt, Mysore, Trafalgar, Vittoria, Waterloo, The Somme, Biggin Hill, Rio de la Plata, Bletchley Park, Arromanches, The Falkland. Is that enough ?

About my charges, I am a very frugal moggy, and provided you feed me decently and scratch my head on a regular basis, I'd be delighted to serve you. I could even work extra hours if you manage to have Mrs flapsforty and flyblue scratch my head from time to time

I have no problem dealing with my feline cousins, whatever their size, except maybe for some late tom cats, but this is strictly private matter which does not interfere with business.

When shall I start ?
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 03:12
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[QUOTE]One is seeking a tape echo unit oneself, one is willing to swap a Feinwerkbrau 300SU recoiless match air rifle for a good un.

Now would that be a black and gold fabric one; as made by WEM Watkins Electronic music?
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 04:22
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Indeed it would Capn N, does one possess such a implement perchance???

Last edited by tony draper; 10th Mar 2004 at 16:45.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 08:29
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It's not rust on the kukri, just some gore I omitted to wipe off
Awwww ... you cut your fingers on the sharp blade then! Someone please nip round there and show him how to hold the thing ... by the handle ... before he does himself real harm.


TIC ... your mission, should you choose to accept it is to


























and report back immediately to us. If you are successful, your ears will be scratched by Flaps and flyblue at the same time.

Good luck and don't forget that password!

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Old 10th Mar 2004, 13:57
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we will accept your weapon
BD - Freud would have a field day with this thread.....

My father-in-law joined me on the train into London Bridge this morning. He's off to Cyprus for a break and needed to get the Thameslink train to LGW.

It pulled out as we arrived. Oh well, it's only another 30 minute wait in a rather chilly, but clear, London town.

So logic dictates that the Cyprus (CYP) is currency of the day. There are 2.0915 of them to the U.S. dollar.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 16:15
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I went to Cyprus June 02, I bought something there that I had worn every day since then without fail, only taking it off for a maximum of 5 mins maybe 3 times ever. It broke last saturday an so I've not worn it since. No one has noticed its missing. Unobservent scroats.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 16:58
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BlueDiamond

Here is my first report

Today at 2:00 (all times GTM), I went to ************ and contacted *********, who, upon password reception, gave me T's address.

Monitoring started at 3:19. Between 4:31 and 4:56 four milk vans stopped at his door. They unloaded apparently heavy crates with cyrillic inscriptions, and one with Swedish makings (Bofors or something like that). A Garda patrol car started entering the street, but backed up immediately upon seeing the vans. I would not be surprised that T. has some official contacts.

Incidentally, at 5:03, i had to kill two ******* and one *****, but I managed to get rid of the *******, you can be assured that no one will ever find them.

At 7:43 T. left his house, seemigly worried and made some vain attempts to escape my tailing. He is presently at work at **** **** ********. All his phone lines and internet access are now wiretapped. Sneaking into his computer, I downloaded his agenda. There are frequent appointments with ***** Ivanovitch *********** and ********** **********. His bank accounts show important money transfers from ******* and **********, and payments to *****, ******** and *********.

I left a stealth video camera in the vicinity of the house, some activity is still visible (******************* and maybe *****) but nothing really suspect (a tarpaulin is covering an elongated object on the terrasse).

As he seems to expect an airborne attack, I suggest that ***** *********** ******* or even better ******** ** **** *** then *** *** ***************** and ***************.

Expecting further instructions.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 17:19
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Out of no apparent reason, T.I.C.`s report has made me hungry.

I wonder what I shall have for lunch today.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 17:19
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Today,

I am very frightened !!!

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Old 10th Mar 2004, 17:53
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EDDNHopper

May I suggest a little mouse or a goldfish as a starter, followed by a nice blackbird.

T.I.M. my friend,

nothing to be afraid of, provided you stay clear of the action.

We promise to do our best to avoid collateral damage, however, I recommend that you keep away from *******, **** and ********* (minimum distance 542 miles).
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 18:45
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AS TD quakes in his bunker, let us return to the true spirit of this thread.

Mr. Reuter tells me in a dispatch from Riga that Latvia's January foreign trade deficit rose 12 percent on the year to 84.9 million Latvian lats ($157.5 million).
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 18:55
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I brought the car into work today, I'm anticipating a Tescos run at lunch, stuck my sunglasses in the car too. This morning was the first time I've ever driven this car AND needed my sunglasses.
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 19:17
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TIC, you have done very well indeed and the information you have provided will prove invaluable. (Strokes ears gently and scratches top of head.)

Now if you go to safe location #3 and enter through the side door, you will find four bowls lined up. One contains milk and in case you are lactose intolerant, another is filled with fresh water. The blue bowl to the left is full of fresh salmon and the yellow one with diced chicken. Enjoy, and we will let you know when you may expect your next instructions.

Well, we know all about you now, Tailwagger ... you can run but you can not hide.

And another useless fact from the world of flowers ...

The almond blossom stands for stupidity and indiscretion.

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Old 10th Mar 2004, 19:21
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Puuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Old 10th Mar 2004, 20:15
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to sail beyond the sunset
 
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Be very careful TIC

My house contains not one , but four, stealth cats. (Well nigh invisible, inaudible but for the snores)
Should the overfed [email protected] ever leave our bed you will find yourself in deep trouble...or at least the object of mild interest if between them and food bowls.
And don't use any of those crates with cyrillic writing as a scratching post.
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