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Well that was a pleasant weekend, despite an early start to Saturday. Usually I'll lurk in my pit (15' diameter, 8' deep, plenty of pillows and beer drip attachments) I somehow crawled out at 8am to nip off down the Post Office to collect Series 1 of Fraggle Rock and to get all my food shopping done, an early start does avoid all the...
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snowballinhell:
Well you managed to disguise the being pissed very well as you held your conversation outside the pub!

Hope the skin has fully healed now
kinto:
Hey Bro what's up?

Come to fucking Chi-Town and party with me!!

Miss ya
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johnnyforeigner:
He lied! That's not Henry Kissinger frown
coldandwet:
It was most enjoyable chatting to you this weekend. We did cover a fairly vast spectrum of topics and Im pretty sure you were more knowlefgable on all of them than me.

Hope we get chance to chew the fat over a beer again. smile
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Madawg, the joy of the wall,
Madawg, before he was in the grave,
Was a fortress of abundance
Of games, and society.
The son of Uthyr before he was slain,
From his hand he pledged thee.
Erof the cruel came,
Of impotent joy;
Of impotent sorrow.
Erof the cruel caused
Treacheries to Jesus.
Though he believed.
The earth quaking,
And the elements darkening,
And a...
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johnnyforeigner:
Well, I still like It's All About You more tongue



love
kinto:
Good to see you back with another journal entry that nobody will understand tongue kiss
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Roll on tomorrow evening, a lovely long weekend with no work and travelling, spring sunshine and quite possibly a nice beer garden.
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There are very few films I can watch repeatedly, this is from one of them. I've loved this film for near 23 years. I raided my elder brothers and my fathers record collection when I was a sprog and had a half knackered old record player. I had my mates around to listen to Motorhead, Maiden and other such albums, I still remember the...
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johnnyforeigner:
I'm not surprised you can watch it repeatedly if it's only 3 minutes 10 seconds long tongue
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johnstitch:
You win the prize biggrin
summer:
I want to enjoy my work! I want to run a llama farm or something fun. tongue
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Cavelle is watching the Da Vinci Code, how bloody annoying. I'll happily stick to gaming and sneakily invade Crete while the Byzantines are busy squabbling with the Fatimids over Antioch.
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deleteddelete:
X-2 is dire. It's more or less and expansion pack of side quests for X....only designed purely for people with an IQ of 50 or less, and a love for all things 'cutesy' puke I played it for a while just to get a fix - but gave up after about 40 hours or so because I got sick of nothing new happening. There was an XI as well but that was PC only and online, much like WoW - so you had to pay a subscription. I never bothered with it in the end; but I know it has its followers.
thequestion:
The following is quoted from memory so may be a little inaccurate.

If you don't hurray up I'll miss my audience with the Pope.

Ah, don't worry Len they repeat those shows all the time.
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Hahahaha! Harrow Council owe me! My arguements with them over the last months have payed off and I'm in credit enough that this year I don't have pay them anything in Council Tax and the bastards still owe me 135.07! Give me my money you thieving fuckers! Ah, I'm in a good mood for the first time in months.
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silveronthetree:
Its all good thanks. Have moved to hasting end of last year so was hectic as hell but its settling down a bit now. WEhich is fine with me.

just got a mountain of these spiritual books to get through. I think it will be good for me though and help me decide about what the hell I want to do come October when I`m hoping to leave work in London and get something nearer in Hastings.

Thats me in a nutshell smile
agentblack:
YOU ARE MISSING OUT. You can be double bastard sneaky in this, vis a vis politics. Make the Pope work for you!
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Gechookooloo Gosleppitch Zoogopond
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johnnyforeigner:
Orco is one of my heroes. I base a lot of my life decisions and fashion choices on his example ARRR!!!
hermes:
I think it's much better, but then I quite liked the original anyway. This one has a much more at the beginning about Balian's background, and then a lot more towards the end about the princess's child and why she behaved the way she did. The extras are pretty interesting too. They acknowledge it's not fully historically accurate, but they're quite right to point out that it's probably *still* one of the most historically accurate films ever to make it to the screen. You get to see Ridley Scott's director process in a lot of detail too, which is very interesting to watch. And Eva Green hmmmmmm *rubs trousers* tongue
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This evening I have had to put up with Pride & Prejudice. Bugger. After a long shitty week at work I rather fancied watching Street Trash and seeing tramps melting.
kinto:
I feel your pain - I had to study Pride & Prejudice at the university. That was painful.
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After a long day at work, and delays on the Picadilly Line as usual fuckers, I came home to a suprise. I walked into my living room and, lo!, there was a whacking great pumpkin on the table. Even though Cavelle eats a hell of a lot more fruit'n'veg than me, I've never known her to have a fondness for pumpkins. So...
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iseult:
Your journal made me chuckle. I've lost days before, even weeks; but I've never lost more than a month so far. biggrin

Thanks for your comment in my journal; legends and folklore really interest me and I was unfamiliar with the full story of Brigid. It's amazing what they don't teach in schools, eh? Shame really; stories like those would have made the whole experience infinitely more interesting.
forkandles:
biggrin One of my former housemates used to keep me regularly entertained by her scattiness - but she WAS scatty, I assume Cavelle isn't, which makes it funnier.
How's things with you anyway?
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Robbers of the world, having by their universal plunder exhausted the land, they rifle the deep. If the enemy be rich, they are rapacious; if he be poor, they lust for dominion; neither the east nor the west has been able to satisfy them. Alone among men they covet with equal eagerness poverty and riches. To robbery, slaughter, plunder, they give the lying name of...
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kinto:
So I take it you're not moving to Scotland anytime soon as far as C is concerned!
silveronthetree:
love that quote.

I`m back, thanks for the good wishes smile