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Old 11-04-2016, 11:20 PM   #101
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Another load of bull . . . .
good for the garden
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Old 11-04-2016, 11:31 PM   #102
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Or a political campaign.

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Old 11-05-2016, 12:49 AM   #103
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Or a political campaign.

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Or media empire profits
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Or media empire profits
is that where Some think that they're prophets ?
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is that where Some think that they're prophets ?
‘The art of prophecy is very difficult – especially with respect to the future’ – Mark Twain
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‘The art of prophecy is very difficult – especially with respect to the future’ – Mark Twain
As the meteorologists know to their cost.
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As the meteorologists know to their cost.
If you can see Mount Snowdon, it's going to rain. If you can't see Mount Snowdon, it's raining already.
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If you can see Mount Snowdon, it's going to rain. If you can't see Mount Snowdon, it's raining already.
What if it's snowing between you and Mount Snowden?
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Old 11-06-2016, 12:17 AM   #109
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What if it's snowing between you and Mount Snowden?
Time to find some thick socks.
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Time to find some thick socks.
Wool hunting socks, check. Not used in seven years fr anything but keeping my feet warm in bed.
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Wool hunting socks, check. Not used in seven years fr anything but keeping my feet warm in bed.
A couple of cats and a 70# Lab do a better job.

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A couple of cats and a 70# Lab do a better job.

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And offer cosiderably more companionship.
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And offer considerably more companionship.
Very True, but the socks require less maintenance
U OK?
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Very True, but the socks require less maintenance
U OK?
a stitch in time saves nine..
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Very True, but the socks require less maintenance
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a stitch in time saves nine..
For a stitch in the side, just blow out hard then breath deeply.
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Old 11-06-2016, 02:37 PM   #116
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shrug I'm fine.

For a stitch in the side, just blow out hard then breath deeply.
And if you do it while you are grumpy, does that give you cross stitch?
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And if you do it while you are grumpy, does that give you cross stitch?
What size needles do you use for that ?
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What size needles do you use for that ?
Why? Are you scared of needles?
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Why? Are you scared of needles?
not really. It depends upon whats in them.
If they are solid and used for . . 'creative' purposes (such as knitting or cross-stitch),
I have few problems. Occasionally, I used to pinch one or two of my late wife's; sharpen the ends and use it in the tuning-up of old radios.
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not really. It depends upon whats in them.
If they are solid and used for . . 'creative' purposes (such as knitting or cross-stitch),
I have few problems. Occasionally, I used to pinch one or two of my late wife's; sharpen the ends and use it in the tuning-up of old radios.
Listening to a ball game on a transistor radio.



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Cricket is an excellent game to watch on the wireless because each of the 35 or so main fielding positions has its own name
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Cricket is an excellent game to watch on the wireless because each of the 35 or so main fielding positions has its own name
See here.
"He bowls and Cartright shifts it neatly to deep extra cover"
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See here.
"He bowls and Cartright shifts it neatly to deep extra cover"
Ughh don't mention the Cricket. Damn Proteas! Good weren't they?
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Ughh don't mention the Cricket. Damn Proteas! Good weren't they?
Just remind me who they were playing, Michael.
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