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i can only presume the christmas eve party is on
I'm coming home on christmas eve, so if the Mann party is then and I am invited I should make it. And we will have to squeeze in a serious risk/settlers/feta night (or two...or three) between christmas and new year.
What's this Crawley party then? Is it the big Mayer new year's eve bash? If it's back on this year after last year's sad absence I will do a little jig of joy. Or is it another party?
1. The click areas in the photo on the front page do not match the 3 boards!!!
2. Please use font 16 instead of 16.5!!!!
3. I hate snow too!!!!
4. When is the Crawly party likely to be!!!!
bring some photos on cd/paper...this computer is too slow to look on the internet (assuming they're even on the internet, haven't checked)
A352 from Wareham, then into town on the A353. That takes you along the seafront for a bit. Turn right at the mini roundabout (signposted Portland etc). Second exit at the next roundabout, over a bridge, then turn right at the following roundabout. First exit, sharp left, at the next roundabout, then you want the first road on the left. Turn left at the end and it's on the right, the one with the tractor! Should be able to see the route on the map above.
52 Goldcroft Avenue
Re snow, i am very annoyed, it snowed enough to close the road from dorchester to bridport, dorchester is only 8 miles from here and yet we got about two flakes. So don't mention it. A little lying in Somerset this morning, but not enough to get excited about. But it's only november, patience all...
Andy, can you send me directions to your house in Weymouth, so I can find it on Saturday.
to wake up one day in a totally unexpected place...oswestry, say...
what is this except a place of worship for all things mayer?
that in your advanced years you would find it very hard to match the beauty of the prose...the way the story moves seamlessly from one scene to another...
oh glorious day...
surely the time has come to continue to story...?
But the clever boy thought that if he made a machine that froze time he would only have to wait 10 centuries before the other people caught up.But then he thought that he would be dead when they caught up.
At last! http://www.fantasyfacup.com/matthew/fun/number1/crystalchallenge/
-return of the bittern, this time its serious!
-bitterly cold brick laden bittern beach walks
this time it's serious
is friedrich nietzsche's mobile number the same as it was last time he was a resident of this fine land? is there any reason why he in particular wished me a happy birthday?
he should come down in one of the next two weekends, preferably next weekend so I don't miss a big terras match...(against bognor)
all alone in weymouth. yet another year closer to death, congratulations. I refer you to my previous card
Come on Tim!
(he's now so rubbish Madame Tussauds are getting rid of his waxwork...)
The most information about Czech Republic can be found at http://www.czechseek.com
very cool information site
unless you want to do some reed cutting!
any weekend would be fine.
is anyone going to wish me a happy birthday?
Weekends probably better since I could come by car, and presumably you're not on duty.
Sounds good. Am doing a bit of private maths tuition for cash, but otherwise free.
Seeing as you're not working till christmas(?), deliver it personally in the next few weeks. You've travelled far enough for weymouth to be a mere afternoon hop. I'll show you a bittern, and how to photograph it(!)
spent the morning getting human kidney cells from an aborted foetus all over my hands and then went and ate lunch...mmmmm, kidney...
These are animal rights protestors I'm guessing?
Andy- are you interested in a big pile of loose change from around the world?
protesters are here today, which is thursday, and not wednesday, as any fool can see...
"Probably the saddest thing you'll ever see is a mosquito
sucking on a mummy. Forget it, little friend."
not really...but it will be tomorrow when the protesters turn up
15 minutes later, good morning weymouth.
up for the cup? watch the big one on sky tomorrow...
you don't take up much space.
wonder if i can get funded to go to the Oriel quiz?
Our JCR has bursaries of up to Â£7.50 for people to explore outside the ring road...
there's a tegucigalpa in there somewhere, probably nicaragua (was that in the worldwise quiz?)...nope, i'm losing the one talent i did have!
Glad you are keeping your hand in. Oriel High quiz Dec 3rd
PS What IS the capital of Honduras?
It's Budapest, then home on the 16th.
Won the Krakow Youth Hostel pub quiz, the other teams didn't even know the capital of Honduras! Amateurs!
where are you going, gnome girl? i detect a southerly slant, are you getting cold? last I heard it was budapest then home, is that still the plan, or are you going to keep going until you hit egypt?
And I mean ANYONE, feel free, I am a little lacking in entertainments at the weekends/evenings. However wonderful this place is, there's only so many solo seaside walks you can do. We have a spare bunk-bedded room.
Perhaps "those stale bread rings" might be found throughout eastern europe?
I may soon have internet access at home. For now I'm just sneaking on with someone else's account.
I fell into a ditch yesterday. Up to my neck. Bit of a highlight.
In Krakow, the local speciality is those stale bread rings like in Istanbul! http://www.fantasyfacup.com/matthew/photos/istanbul/daytime_01.jpg
'I've played, coached and watched quite a bit of cricket in Pakistan and the key to succeeding there is occupation of the crease. '
if you vaccinate 1/10 people against HIV then you can ahve sex with up to 19 people each year without wiping out the population
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/c/crawley_town/4396634.stm - has Andy applied?
good morning weymouth
what a lovely library you have
And this guy has cracked completely: http://www.mosttraveledman.com/MasterCountrylist.asp (Tamil Nadu is NOT a country!)
http://www.travelerscenturyclub.org/ - for people who have visited 100 countries. Problems: it seems to be designed for rich Americans - and a rather loose definition of a country (I do not think there are over 300 countries in the world...)
i'm doing t distribution tests
we can reject the null hypothesis at 5%