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Offline elay2433

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3510 on: November 21, 2011, 05:48:29 PM »
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Mrs Ed has a head cold that has turned her into Slimer from Ghostbusters

Sounds like me. I'm producing gallons of... slime. There seems to be no end of it. Don't know where it all comes from. But what are squits? Never heard that one. We have squirts here, but that's something else altogether.  :grin:

Hope your pal who took the fall is okay.
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3511 on: November 21, 2011, 06:47:21 PM »
Squits, squirts, shits -- that thing where you can't get more than twenty yards from a toilet without having a panic attack :afro:

I hope you're feeling better soon.
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3512 on: November 22, 2011, 03:10:30 PM »
I work at a community college and in 1.5 hours my Thanksgiving Break begins!  No work for 3 days...woohooo!!!!!!   :dance:

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3513 on: November 23, 2011, 03:44:21 AM »
I was in a hurry coming out of Sainsburys yesterday so ran a little. I heard running behind me (they might have shouted but I'm hard of hearing) so I ran faster. They caught up and stopped me. Two Police Communitiy OFficers demanded to go through my two carrier bags and asked why I was running. I said I didn't want to leave my wife on her own with grandson in the park too long. They found my receipts among the gingerbread men, fruit and newspapers and let me go. Then I had to explain to wife why I was late...

Never a dull day for Nelder.

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3514 on: November 23, 2011, 06:16:39 AM »
I was in a hurry coming out of Sainsburys yesterday so ran a little. I heard running behind me (they might have shouted but I'm hard of hearing) so I ran faster. They caught up and stopped me. Two Police Communitiy OFficers demanded to go through my two carrier bags and asked why I was running. I said I didn't want to leave my wife on her own with grandson in the park too long. They found my receipts among the gingerbread men, fruit and newspapers and let me go. Then I had to explain to wife why I was late...

Never a dull day for Nelder.

Lucky the police didn't know your codename is Bikoman!

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3515 on: November 23, 2011, 07:42:03 AM »
I can see it now, Geoff pedalling furiously away from the CSO's whilst reaching into his Tesco carrier bag and pulling out satsumas and peaches and lobbing them back onto the road, making his pursuers swerve and brake, and as he tires (tyres?) and one of the fit young ones (probably a keen gym goer) pulls alongside, Geoff swats him in the eye with a gingerbread man and evades capture, hardly out of breath, with just the newspaper requiring a quick going over with a warm iron to make everything hunky dory.
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3516 on: November 23, 2011, 02:12:19 PM »
See, you're lucky those CSOs don't carry tazers, Geoff. You might have a perm by now :afro:
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3517 on: November 23, 2011, 04:16:43 PM »
See, you're lucky those CSOs don't carry tazers, Geoff. You might have a perm by now :afro:
Good point. Didn't think of that. Maybe being Manchester they don't carry them in case they get robbed ;)

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3518 on: November 23, 2011, 04:57:56 PM »
I teach guitar to a policeman's son. Monday night the policeman was telling me that this week was the first time he'd been involved in a tazering. His partner did the tazering whilst the chap I know tried to persuade the lad (who 'was being a bit silly') to calm down. There were a couple of things I wasn't aware of. It's all stored away in Del's head ready for fictional use....
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3519 on: November 23, 2011, 08:37:27 PM »
Really pleased to have finished the first draft of my novel today. It still needs a lot of work, but I’m happy with it, and proud to have actually stuck with it through 65,000w.

:dance: :dance: :dance:

I’m not going to think about the next stage for a while. :hidin:

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3520 on: November 23, 2011, 09:08:32 PM »
Gratz, Rook!  :cheers:
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3521 on: November 23, 2011, 09:10:59 PM »
I teach guitar to a policeman's son. Monday night the policeman was telling me that this week was the first time he'd been involved in a tazering. His partner did the tazering whilst the chap I know tried to persuade the lad (who 'was being a bit silly') to calm down. There were a couple of things I wasn't aware of. It's all stored away in Del's head ready for fictional use....

We have a news documentary show in the U.S. called 60 Minutes, they did a piece on Tasers the other week. Among other things, I learned that TASER is actually an acronym created by the inventor in honor of his childhood hero, and stands for Thomas A. Swift's Electric Rifle.

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3522 on: November 23, 2011, 09:15:15 PM »
Yes, congratulations, indeed, Rook!

A few years ago I wrote almost 65,000 words of a novel. Unfortunately, the story was only about 75% complete at that point, and I lost momentum and the project died. I even knew how it was supposed to end, which is my usual problem, but I just couldn't bring the pieces together. Maybe someday...

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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3523 on: November 23, 2011, 10:12:19 PM »
You can do eet, Pharo!  :dance:

(edit) Grrr...stupid apple software won't let me make a typo when I want to LOL
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Re: The good morning, good night thread
« Reply #3524 on: November 24, 2011, 01:57:35 AM »
Well done, Rook! Novels are where it's at!!

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