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  1. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    28 Mar '15 03:01
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I play alone, buddy.

    Mostly with myself, mind you.
    To each his or her own. We'll miss you, though.....
  2. Standard memberhakima
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    28 Mar '15 04:11
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    To each his or her own. We'll miss you, though.....
    He didn't say he wasn't coming...he just said he plays alone...maybe he's like this guy...

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG1NrQYXjLU
  3. SubscriberPonderable
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    28 Mar '15 05:35
    Imaginaton is what makes a human human, since they can and will ponder alternative realities...but some even imagine that their reality is the actual truth...that's sad.
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    28 Mar '15 08:34
    Originally posted by divegeester
    I like a woman with strong arms.
    before you go all 'gooey', Drew, and stop fluttering your eyelashes at me, I must reveal that Mr Geester is (shock, horror) a fraud.

    That is NOT a photo of himself, the cad.

    It is , without googling, the actor 'Ed Bishop' in 'Space 1999', a Gerry Anderson (think Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlett) live series from early 70s.

    Ed sadly passed away a few years ago.

    More or less correct, Mr Geester? I share your interest in these series...Ed was the voice of Cap Blue in Scarlett
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    28 Mar '15 08:47
    Originally posted by st dominics preview
    before you go all 'gooey', Drew, and stop fluttering your eyelashes at me, I must reveal that Mr Geester is (shock, horror) a fraud.

    That is NOT a photo of himself, the cad.

    It is , without googling, the actor 'Ed Bishop' in 'Space 1999', a Gerry Anderson (think Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlett) live series from early 70s.

    Ed sadly passed ...[text shortened]... ct, Mr Geester? I share your interest in these series...Ed was the voice of Cap Blue in Scarlett
    You come from a era when women spent most their time in the kitchen don't you.
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    28 Mar '15 09:16
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    For me it's the garden every time.

    I'm about to plant two more acacia mimosas to compliment the ones from two years ago which are currently in full yellow bloom.
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    28 Mar '15 12:46
    Originally posted by divegeester
    You come from a era when women spent most their time in the kitchen don't you.
    I don't know....was a 'young man' in the 80s. Became middle aged at the end of the 90s. Does that count?

    As a teacher for all of my working life, home way before my (ex) wife, I was the one who took up kitchen duties in my home, and still enjoy cooking.

    You never admitted your little fib about the photo, or confirmed the actor's identity?
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    28 Mar '15 13:14
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Is that a young Gillian Andersen?

    Do you know who mine is?
    I do!
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    28 Mar '15 14:15
    Originally posted by st dominics preview
    You never admitted your little fib about the photo, or confirmed the actor's identity?
    It's funny that you assume that drewnogal would think I was the person in my avatar.
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    28 Mar '15 14:15
    Originally posted by aranya10
    I do!
    Nice! Are you/were you a UFO fan?
  11. wherever I am needed
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    28 Mar '15 14:261 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    It's funny that you assume that drewnogal would think I was the person in my avatar.
    how do you know that I assumed that? Ms Nogal has already informed me that she was perfectly aware who Ed Bishop was.

    It is interesting (well, very mildly) to contrast your response to aranya10's interest in your avatar, to my very similar response.

    I get 'you come from an era when most women lived in the kitchen', which was bizarre and slightly insulting. Why did you not send a similarly oddly insulting message to aranya10?
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    28 Mar '15 14:431 edit
    Originally posted by st dominics preview
    how do you know that I assumed that? Ms Nogal has already informed me that she was perfectly aware who Ed Bishop was.

    It is interesting (well, very mildly) to contrast your response to aranya10's interest in your avatar, to my very similar response.

    I get 'you come from an era when most women lived in the kitchen', which was bizarre and slightly insulting. Why did you not send a similarly oddly insulting message to aranya10?
    You called me a "fraud" and lept into explain to drewnogal who my avatar was. My comment about the "kitchen" highlights your inability to credit a female with having what is clearly way more intellectual capacity than you.

    That you now reveal that drewnogal has since PM'd you to let you know that she knows who my avatar is and, by inference, that she is not as thick as you presumed her to be, emphasises how far behind the curve you are here.

    Carry on.
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    28 Mar '15 14:48
    I like soup.
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    28 Mar '15 14:49
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    I like soup.
    Croutons?
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    28 Mar '15 14:52
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Croutons?
    Garlic please.
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