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3 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

And then the punches flew, and chairs were smashed in two! 

Then I saw Lola.

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18 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Then I saw Lola.

And if you follow the Kinks (as someone of your vintage would) you should know that Lola ain't a woman.

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8 hours ago, Redleg said:

Sorry Mandy.

Bunny Te Kokiri Miha Waahi Walters ... now passed as they say in formal circles .... says thank you

with more thanks

Scott English

and apologies to Caroline, Mary and Adele Yandall, and later younger sister Pauline Yandall.

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9 hours ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Bunny Te Kokiri Miha Waahi Walters ... now passed as they say in formal circles .... says thank you

with more thanks

Scott English

and apologies to Caroline, Mary and Adele Yandall, and later younger sister Pauline Yandall.

What?

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18 hours ago, Biffen said:

Not since the Chinese took over most of my enterprises and The Block took over the Gat.

My clientele always go fo the cheaper option.

Its part of globalisation- leaving honest Australian owned businesses like my own dwarfed by 900 kilo importers and legions of concubine dealers ready to take my business .

I may need to remodel my archaic business model in line with competing international players and look for a competitive edge .

Open to suggestions.

I suggest you get some honest employment Biffen so that you can fulfill the requirements of my very generous arrangements.

Either that I will demand my pound of flesh.

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I suggest you get some honest employment Biffen so that you can fulfill the requirements of my very generous arrangements.

Either that I will demand my pound of flesh.

I mean something that is actually possible.No pipe dreams.

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18 minutes ago, Biffen said:

I mean something that is actually possible.No pipe dreams.

What about that dubious merchandise racket you were advising on in seasons past? Surely you could take that over...

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2 hours ago, Biffen said:

I mean something that is actually possible.No pipe dreams.

couldn't you just dip into your hayman island account to see you through? or was that another ponzi?

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37 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

couldn't you just dip into your hayman island account to see you through? or was that another ponzi?

Surely by now, DC, you should know that Biffen's various business enterprises are, shall we say, on the fringe of civility.

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4 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I suggest you get some honest employment Biffen so that you can fulfill the requirements of my very generous arrangements.

Either that I will demand my pound of flesh.

I thought Biffen was permanently banned from Romsey Manor.  Are you thinking of revising this, Uncle Bitter?

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On Friday, April 07, 2017 at 1:12 PM, Moonshadow said:

Maple's back and in fine form! 

Thanks, Moonie.  Someone has to try to bring some common sense to the conversation.

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23 minutes ago, Maple Demon said:

I thought Biffen was permanently banned from Romsey Manor.  Are you thinking of revising this, Uncle Bitter?

No Mable! Good heavens no! All business is conducted as far away as technology allows.

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23 minutes ago, Maple Demon said:

Thanks, Moonie.  Someone has to try to bring some common sense to the conversation.

To quote Biff, perhaps attempt something that is actually possible :)

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5 minutes ago, Red and Bluebeard said:

To quote Biff, perhaps attempt something that is actually possible :)

Notice I said 'try'. Doesn't mean I'll succeed.

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42 minutes ago, Maple Demon said:

Thanks, Moonie.  Someone has to try to bring some common sense to the conversation.

Badly needed Maple. There's plenty of 'common' on this thread, but not much 'sense'. Perhaps you could recruit some more people with common sense from your native Cameroonia to add to your wise contributions.

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

Badly needed Maple. There's plenty of 'common' on this thread, but not much 'sense'. Perhaps you could recruit some more people with common sense from your native Cameroonia to add to your wise contributions.

No Moon. 

It's Canadia you moron.

And the hair apparent has recently banned a made up word,or people from uttering such sentiments as opposition to it.

There is no common sense in Canadia.

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1 minute ago, Biffen said:

No Moon. 

It's Canadia

I really hate James Brayshaw for saying that. While covering the Olympics....in Canada.

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3 minutes ago, Biffen said:

And the hair apparent has recently banned a made up word,or people from uttering such sentiments as opposition to it.

There is no common sense in Canadia.

Well, Chandler Bing did punch Justin in the face when they were kids...

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23 minutes ago, Maple Demon said:

Well, Chandler Bing did punch Justin in the face when they were kids...

My affection for the drunken ne'er do well grew enormously on the news.

Most of my favourite American are born in the province of Canadia.

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A recent misdeed has me located in the Barwon vicinity for the foreseeable .

Further punishment is special comments by Mark Neeld- who is acting as Jack WTts internal monologue- sheer hell.

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Do People from Geelong get the vote?

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The young boy from Carey gets a goal- according to  the k- rock crew

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Do they teach Geelongians to breathe?Or did they just invent their own style?

K-rock sponsored by faggs- .whichis cool of course.

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K rock have got Neeld as Watts commentator .

Ive had better chiropodists telling me how to fix my car.

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