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Manchester, UK

#19248 Nov 27, 2012
RMQuinn37 wrote:
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http://m.chicago.racked.com/archives/2012/05/...
http://www.dreamindemon.com/forums/archive/in...
There have to be more, I don't think I'm using the best search phrases. But at least the one employee was trampled to death and that's one too many. Shoppers and workers shouldn't have to worry about getting killed in a stampede.
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I read about the fellow who was apprehended by security at Walmart, and died in the car park. All over a few stolen items.
It happened here some years ago, in Birmingham, England, a young
fellow had been stealing on an open market, the stall holder
apprehended him, lay on top of him until the police arrived, who pronounced him dead at the scene. A young coloured fellow.
We happened to visit the area that week, and the tension directed towards us was palpable, we had our Irish Wolfhound with us, and tell you what, glad we had. A great pity they are so 'enthusiastic' let us say, over a petty crime.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19249 Nov 27, 2012
franko wrote:
<quoted text>I represent l churches my child!
Touche! G'Morning Franko.
Hey, did you hear that the new Governor of the Bank of England
is Canadian. Football teams owned by Americans and now this.
Whatever happened to the Empire...lol.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19250 Nov 27, 2012
tallyho wrote:
may I say good night , Lady El... Madame Grace
ladies and gents of the realm and the Kit Krue
G'Morning Sir Tally....
this new heating system we had installed...about to serve dinner
last night, doorbell, an electrician came to 'change the clock'
they are still experimenting! We are guinea pigs for this new
system! You saw how complicated the wiring, I believe they are
learning about it as they go. Worrying.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19251 Nov 27, 2012
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
Morning ER and all other good people on here. We are due for showers today and then they say it's going to be fine for the rest of the week - I'll believe it when I see it! Assuming we get that, will try to send a little of it up your way.
Morning Tony..I'm beginning to believe 'Ken Barlow' is right,
there is no end to this rain, the school was flooded the other
day and at the other end of the village, the kid's playground
is under water. Did you see St. Asaph on the news this a.m?
The contract ends today on the car so we have to go out, it
is grieving me that there is still near enough a full tank in
the car...might chance going down to Porthmadog, why not?
Banking on you sending some dry weather this way!

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WELCOME HOME

#19252 Nov 27, 2012
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
G'Morning Sir Tally....
this new heating system we had installed...about to serve dinner
last night, doorbell, an electrician came to 'change the clock'
they are still experimenting! We are guinea pigs for this new
system! You saw how complicated the wiring, I believe they are
learning about it as they go. Worrying.
oh yes , wonder why they haven't tutored the Lord of the manor . designed to save you and Wales money and power usage ..........tutored meaning how to set the controls yourself

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#19253 Nov 27, 2012
is the kit open to a nice:

potato waffles, potato bread, potato cake, or hash browns
bread, usually toasted or fried
pancakes/bubble and squeak/fried, grilled tomatoes/

laverbread ..........cockles
Groucho

Dearborn, MI

#19254 Nov 27, 2012
tony1003 wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi there Groucho - glad to hear all has gone well with your surgery. Knees can be very tricky bits of kit, so delighted it has all worked out so well. Now make sure you're not a stranger!
Thanx Tony... I'll be around here and there...

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Since: Dec 10

The Milky Way

#19255 Nov 27, 2012
Tally, cute avatar!
Christmas meal update.
Our orphan dinner will be served at 1400hrs on the 25th of December.
The menu as follows:
Pork loin
Sauerkraut
Glazed carrots
Sour cream mashed potatoes
Rolls
Apple pie
There may be a ham in there somewhere.
I will propose a toast to all who cannot dine with us!
Have a great day folks.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19256 Nov 27, 2012
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
oh yes , wonder why they haven't tutored the Lord of the manor . designed to save you and Wales money and power usage ..........tutored meaning how to set the controls yourself
absolutely...well they did, but in an endeavour to bring the
cost down, have put in this new clock. So we shall see how
that goes. Can't complain, it is very effecient.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19257 Nov 27, 2012
tallyho wrote:
is the kit open to a nice:
potato waffles, potato bread, potato cake, or hash browns
bread, usually toasted or fried
pancakes/bubble and squeak/fried, grilled tomatoes/
laverbread ..........cockles
oh yum...any of that combination with grilled tomatoes
for me please. Just got back, and it's freezing out
there.

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19258 Nov 27, 2012
Boomer7 wrote:
Tally, cute avatar!
Christmas meal update.
Our orphan dinner will be served at 1400hrs on the 25th of December.
The menu as follows:
Pork loin
Sauerkraut
Glazed carrots
Sour cream mashed potatoes
Rolls
Apple pie
There may be a ham in there somewhere.
I will propose a toast to all who cannot dine with us!
Have a great day folks.
'Morning Boomer, hope your day is going well.
I like the sound of the menu you have in mind, nice idea about
the mashed potatoes, must try that instead of butter.
Seem to remember you mentioning your daughter played drums, was
wondering (without seeming nosey) if she plays in a band, also
if her dad plays an instrument?

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19259 Nov 27, 2012
Deer Whisperer wrote:
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Sure did enjoy food and time with the 2 local daughters and son-in-law-to-be! I was assigned to bring dinner rolls. The hostess had ham, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and persimmon pudding [very most cake, more like]. The youngest took the task of making green bean casserole.
Viewing TV, enjoyed a broadcast of the [U.S.] National Dog Show from Philadelphia, PA. Seven or eight category winners were determined and then the "Best In Show" which was judged to be an American Foxhound. Coloring of white, black, and tan/brown was such that I kidded around with the "kids" that they were trying trick us and the winner was actually a giant beagle! They wouldn't have any of that.:)
Sounds perfect...the whole shibang...a nice family day, glad you
enjoyed it dear {{{Luke}}}.

Mr.P and I send our very best wishes to you!

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#19260 Nov 27, 2012
franko wrote:
<quoted text>Hey MP .. good to see you drop by!!!
Say... Does anybody here, besides myself watch BBC's Top Gear?? My friends that watch it compare me to James May...

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Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#19261 Nov 27, 2012
Boomer7 wrote:
Tally, cute avatar!
Christmas meal update.
Our orphan dinner will be served at 1400hrs on the 25th of December.
The menu as follows:
Pork loin
Sauerkraut
Glazed carrots
Sour cream mashed potatoes
Rolls
Apple pie
There may be a ham in there somewhere.
I will propose a toast to all who cannot dine with us!
Have a great day folks.
thanks , enjoy the dinner , suggestion mint jelly goes good with ham and pork as well as lamb

enjoy

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Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#19262 Nov 27, 2012
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
oh yum...any of that combination with grilled tomatoes
for me please. Just got back, and it's freezing out
there.
hot apple cider with a cinn stick will do the trick [warmth]

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WELCOME HOME

#19263 Nov 27, 2012
Groucho AKA Falcon 68 wrote:
<quoted text>Say... Does anybody here, besides myself watch BBC's Top Gear?? My friends that watch it compare me to James May...
I did and they had the Bond cars on and how/why very interesting at 1st Astin wanted no part of it ....

a point: Sean is 6'5" and didn't fit into one of the cars too tall

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Since: Dec 10

The Milky Way

#19264 Nov 27, 2012
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>'Morning Boomer, hope your day is going well.
I like the sound of the menu you have in mind, nice idea about
the mashed potatoes, must try that instead of butter.
Seem to remember you mentioning your daughter played drums, was
wondering (without seeming nosey) if she plays in a band, also
if her dad plays an instrument?
I am a true extrovert, she is somewhat of an introvert! Shy is an under statement. She was asked to play at a festival I volunteer at, and she graciously declined.
I am teaching myself clarinet. Pretty raw right now! LOL! However, it is a good hobby for a retired military guy with plenty of time on my hands.
Hopefully, in time, my little Princess will be jamming in a band!
Would that make me a groupie? Or, can I claim to be with the band?
Enjoy your evening.

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Since: Dec 10

The Milky Way

#19265 Nov 27, 2012
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>thanks , enjoy the dinner , suggestion mint jelly goes good with ham and pork as well as lamb

enjoy
Never thought of mint jelly...
Thanks!

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Since: Jun 06

Manchester, UK

#19266 Nov 27, 2012
Boomer7 wrote:
<quoted text>
I am a true extrovert, she is somewhat of an introvert! Shy is an under statement. She was asked to play at a festival I volunteer at, and she graciously declined.
I am teaching myself clarinet. Pretty raw right now! LOL! However, it is a good hobby for a retired military guy with plenty of time on my hands.
Hopefully, in time, my little Princess will be jamming in a band!
Would that make me a groupie? Or, can I claim to be with the band?
Enjoy your evening.
I can fully understand your daughter's declining, she will accept
when she is ready. I have been in that situation, believe me.
The clarinet has a beautiful sound, that and the saxophone.
The making of a jazz band! I had the audacity to sing with a jazz band (I mentioned it here some time ago) it was short-lived but I
enjoyed it at the time, the band was very kind and looked after me, I was 16 at the time.
A very worthwhile hobby I would say...dunno about the groupie bit tho'...:)
Thanks for sharing.

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Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#19267 Nov 27, 2012
Boomer7 wrote:
<quoted text>
Never thought of mint jelly...
Thanks!
added touch ,good mouth cleanser between bites

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