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Smudge last won the day on 4 November 2012

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    From the top end of Piper Street, past McVities, up to the bank on Burdall Lane
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    Cowlings sold 78's

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  1. Unpopular Opinions You Hold

    You might ask her if she teaches English grammar.
  2. Unpopular Opinions You Hold

    Are you a secondary school teacher?
  3. As much as I love Leicester

    Coupled with the fact that apart from Spurs, the usual suspects had a crap season
  4. This guy wearing St Schmeichel’s Gray pullover walked into Prince of Punjab. When he sat down the waiter asked. “Would you like a beer?’ No thanks I only Drinkwater ice cold, be sure you Chilwell please. Will anyone be joining you?” Yes Slim an I have a meeting, Hu that he enquired? He’s Amartey fine chap, Albrighton cheerful like! Have you decided on your meal? I hea nachos are good, I Musa try them sometime. For now I’ll have the King Prawn Special but Ibora be dead dead spicy. Later I’d like a Capt Morgan and Jameson When they’d finished the meal the guy said “I‘ll pay with Silva?” Ulloa? Yes Ndidi Thank Fuchs I’m broke PS The title of the joke is "Playing with Vards"
  5. Hurricane Irma

    I think this says more than I can Izzy http://www.orlandosentinel.com/weather/hurricane/os-hurricane-irma-florida-saturday-20170909-story.html
  6. Hurricane Irma

    Unless you are adventurous or nuts, you might want to rethink that. Probably no power. Petrol, food and water will be in short supply. If the I95 is damaged, getting in or out of Florida will be a nightmare for resupplying the state. I'd say that there's a strong probability that many of the attractions, restaurants etc will be closed, it will be no vacation. The airlines usually offer amnesty on cancellation fees during this kind of event so that's worth checking out. If you do go, you might also want to review your travel insurance to make sure you're covered if a medical emergency happens. I assume the hospitals will be full and some may be closed.
  7. Hurricane Irma

    I'm always amazed at how stupid people can be during hurricanes. Walking in water when power cables are down Swimming in rip tides Driving into flooded areas thinking they can get through. Sticking it out on a barrier island
  8. Hurricane Irma

    You are correct it touched Florida but the devastation was days later in Louisiana
  9. Hurricane Irma

    Katrina hit Louisiana, the Mississippi river breached the levies and flooded much of New Orleans
  10. Hurricane Irma

    Florida hasn't had a hurricane in several years now, the last serious one, Andrew was in 1992. That went across the peninsular and into the Gulf, Irma looks like its heading right up it. Anyone who passes this off as a 'meh', is in for a big shock. I experienced 4 hurricanes when I lived in Virginia, nothing higher than cat 2, trust me that was enough. After the second one I headed for the Blue Ridge and watched the events unfolding on TV
  11. What can you do that takes 14 seconds?

    Travel 420km standing still
  12. plasterer required!

    @Bluefoxtim If the patches are small in size, it's really easy to do using pre-mixed patching plaster. Just make sure you use a separate container to hold the plaster as you don't want to contaminate the original pot it is sold in. Use a scraper to apply the plaster to the area in thin layers. It dries really quickly and you can then apply another until you are flush with the existing wall. I use a larger knife as to 'bridge' the patch. In effect screeding the area. After that you sand down to a smooth finish. If there are some flaws, just fill them in and sand again. It really is easy if you have patience. I use DAP but I'm not sure if it's available in the UK but Polyfiller certainly is.
  13. 2017 Deathlist

    Great comedian. In my opinion his greatest piece of work was "The Bellboy". He has undoubtedly been copied and overtaken with other visual comics but in his time he was comic genius.
  14. Nugent chasing a squirrel at Loftus Rd
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