Krypteia

Haywards Heath, UK

#23094 Feb 17, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
What's the date of the Army/Navy game this year - could meet up for a beer at it?
Think it's end of April got a feeling is the same day my brother is getting married,but I will let you know would be nice to meet have a beer or two..I'll have a look on ticket master..
Krypteia

Haywards Heath, UK

#23095 Feb 17, 2013
Just had a look can't seem to find it,I'll phone my mate later he'll know,there is an England/barbarian game towards end of May.
Krypteia

Haywards Heath, UK

#23096 Feb 17, 2013
My brain today not functioning,lol,just remembered my army reunion is end of May in Kent,booked hotel for Friday and Saturday.

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23097 Feb 17, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
Morning El and all,what a lovely morning feels like spring,was thinking of going for a walk along the beach but my heads a bit tender.
A mate offered a spare ticket for Twickenhan last night,got to let him know today,expensive day out got to weigh it up at the moment as things are coming up.
'Morning Krypteia...it IS a beautiful day, all the more reason
why you should sieze the opportunity....

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Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Bath, UK

#23098 Feb 17, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
My brain today not functioning,lol,just remembered my army reunion is end of May in Kent,booked hotel for Friday and Saturday.
Found it - 27 April. Trouble is I have a potential booking for sailing that weekend, so it will need to be 'wait, out' for a few days on that one.

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Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Bath, UK

#23099 Feb 17, 2013
K - tickets available from the Army/Navy page - 21.80 each.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23100 Feb 17, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
This one is more to my taste!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =THYgeETrkPsXX
'Morning Tony...beautiful day here, has to be
equally lovely there too.

Great choice of music...Last Night of The Proms eh?

“near Halloween.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

#23101 Feb 17, 2013
'Morning everyone:

Re #23078..

Rm, I 'think' that is what El meant
by 'collar'

***

El,
very sorry to hear you are having trouble with
the cat, poor little fella.

Nice touch of Spring here just now..
tho' cold weather on the way!
I always feel that our weather is
somehow rationed! lol.

***

Re #23089

Tony, what a splendid link.

***

Franko enjoyed your 'blades' pun!

May I add..

I think the NIKE ad Co..
gave him 'the boot'(:

WBR,
Are you going to join the
Poetry Challenge thread?

I did!!!!

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23102 Feb 17, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Something kind of irrestible about that kind
of word play, I always find..
On a more serious note -
apparently >
"NIKE [I am the bullet in the chamber] ad campaign,
The Nike ad campaign featuring Oscar Pistorius was swiftly pulled after the crisis broke
"I am the bullet in the chamber" ran the strapline for the Nike advert featuring Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius."
Kind of eerie coincidence how those words were arranged.
Good night El, sleep well.
Very eerie indeed....Good Morning Grace.

I tried to reply to you..and others...at round 4 this morning
on my tablet, but not quite got the hang as yet.

It's a very sad conclusion to Pistorius excellent achievements
where we all admired him so much....and of course, sadder yet
that his beautiful girlfriend has had her life extinguished.

Well, life goes on...here comes my newspaper and the kettle is
on....

Have a lovely day Grace.
Krypteia

Haywards Heath, UK

#23103 Feb 17, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
Found it - 27 April. Trouble is I have a potential booking for sailing that weekend, so it will need to be 'wait, out' for a few days on that one.
Thought it was end of April,unfortunately it's my brothers wedding so have to miss it this year.I suppose if you have work mate you have to take it,there be plenty of other games

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Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Bath, UK

#23104 Feb 17, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
'Morning Tony...beautiful day here, has to be
equally lovely there too.
Great choice of music...Last Night of The Proms eh?
Morning ER. A friend of mine sang in the BBC Chorus, so I was fortunate enough to be at the Albert Hall for the Last Night in 2000. Magic.

Sunny here today also - and forecast for that tomorrow. Hoping to get the grass cut then - it's the first time since November it's been anywhere near dry enough to do the lawns.
Krypteia

Haywards Heath, UK

#23105 Feb 17, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
K - tickets available from the Army/Navy page -21.80 each.
These games are getting very popular now and do very well,I remember when it would just fill quarter of the stadium,lol.
That's not a bad price expect that will be up in the gods,lol

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23106 Feb 17, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't they have cones for cats so they don't touch their wounds?
'Morning Quincy...tried to reply in the early hours, cannot
fathom the Tablet as yet..proud of the fact I can actually
access the internet! Took a while.

Yes, as Grace has said, by collar I am referring to a cone.
I was surprised not to see him in one when I collected him,
but considering the cost of the treatment, I think they could have 'thrown one in'....I do have one as it happens and will
put it on him if need be...so far so good. Hate to see him unhappy like this though, can't possibly let him out and he is
not a happy bunny at the moment. I tell him..plenty of time to go out, lol.

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23107 Feb 17, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
'Morning everyone:
Re #23078..
Rm, I 'think' that is what El meant
by 'collar'
***
El,
very sorry to hear you are having trouble with
the cat, poor little fella.
Nice touch of Spring here just now..
tho' cold weather on the way!
I always feel that our weather is
somehow rationed! lol.
***
Re #23089
Tony, what a splendid link.
***
Franko enjoyed your 'blades' pun!
May I add..
I think the NIKE ad Co..
gave him 'the boot'(:
WBR,
Are you going to join the
Poetry Challenge thread?
I did!!!!
Better than giving him 'the old soft shoe'....:)

“It's SNOWTIME!”

Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23108 Feb 17, 2013
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
Morning ER. A friend of mine sang in the BBC Chorus, so I was fortunate enough to be at the Albert Hall for the Last Night in 2000. Magic.
Sunny here today also - and forecast for that tomorrow. Hoping to get the grass cut then - it's the first time since November it's been anywhere near dry enough to do the lawns.
That would be a brilliant memory Tony. Cutting the grass in
February? Must be warmer than I thought in Cornwall! What
little grass we have now the patio is covered with slate, we
strim around late April...

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#23109 Feb 17, 2013
franko wrote:
<quoted text>you are right, th etwo sons have set a new standard I think ... then again maybe I don't know enough about what other royals have done ... maybe it needs to be better publicized?
All I know of the Queen is that she goes around the world, rides in a car and waves to the people ... that doesn't seem like much.
lol Franko...it does need better publicity it would appear.

For the living generation of Royals, the Duke of Edinburgh served as a destroyer Captain during the second world war (Royal Navy)..

the Queen served as a ambulance driver in WW11...she was only 18 at the time, and to mention that all laws from Parliament must go by the Queen, and I believe the Prime Minister has a daily audience with her to discuss parliamentary matters. She represents the country in everything she does....her visit to Ireland is a prime example where she won many hearts...the first time a reigning monarch had visited the Republic of Ireland for many years.

Prince Charles....served as a destroyer Captain in the Royal Navy.
Takes a keen interest in farming and conservation.

Prince Andrew....served as a helicopter pilot in the Falklands campaign.

Princess Anne is a Patron of children's charities. Hands on.

the list goes on.....

they are worth the 60 pence a week per household to keep 'em!

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Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Bath, UK

#23110 Feb 17, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
That would be a brilliant memory Tony. Cutting the grass in
February? Must be warmer than I thought in Cornwall! What
little grass we have now the patio is covered with slate, we
strim around late April...
Most years it carries on growing (on and off) throughout the winter. Last year was colder than most, so I didn't have to cut until the end of February!

“near Halloween.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

#23111 Feb 17, 2013
On another subject,

I remember a few folks here, on the thread saying they intended
going to see the movie LINCOLN,
if anyone HAS seen it, I'd be interested
to have your opinion of it.

I saw the movie, and must admit,
was disappointed, perhaps that was due to
all the hype which preceded it..

The company I went with thought the same,
that.. it was a good movie without being a great one.

I had seen JANGO UNCHAINED previously and
THAT was a brilliant movie, I never thought I'd see anyone outshine
DANIEL DAY LEWIS, who is known to be one of the greatest
living actors of our time,

but in the two movies I mention,

Leonardo DiCapri towered over him, acting wise.
IMO.

Funny how it goes!

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Level 6

Since: Oct 08

Bath, UK

#23112 Feb 17, 2013
Krypteia wrote:
<quoted text>These games are getting very popular now and do very well,I remember when it would just fill quarter of the stadium,lol.
That's not a bad price expect that will be up in the gods,lol
No, it isn't - block M row 70, but there aren't many tickets left! Need to talk to my RN oppos stil serving to see if I can blag some!

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#23113 Feb 17, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>'Morning Quincy...tried to reply in the early hours, cannot
fathom the Tablet as yet..proud of the fact I can actually
access the internet! Took a while.

Yes, as Grace has said, by collar I am referring to a cone.
I was surprised not to see him in one when I collected him,
but considering the cost of the treatment, I think they could have 'thrown one in'....I do have one as it happens and will
put it on him if need be...so far so good. Hate to see him unhappy like this though, can't possibly let him out and he is
not a happy bunny at the moment. I tell him..plenty of time to go out, lol.
He will appreciate the extra pampering as you will be hand feeding him. I've had friends with an assortment of dogs who needed that collar at some. Poorly tale creatures.

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