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    Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
    Dont forget its trundle day today
    not here in civilized sarf herts.
    trundle day is Sunday.
    as is right and proper.

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      Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
      Dont forget its trundle day today
      I have my bins prepped. They will be put out later.

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        Originally posted by NickFitz View Post
        Apart from some more of the Horizon about Corby whilst dining, tonight’s viewing was Quantum of Solace (2008). It’s not quite as good as Casino Royale; the story doesn’t seem to hang together quite as well, I thought, perhaps because it’s one of those that seems to jump about all over the place. But it’s still a lot better than some of them

        Goodnight all
        Yeah, Strawberry Fields is a saving grace and not in it enough. It (QoS) also feels very much like a connecting movie in a trilogy whereas Casino Royale, barring the last scene, could very much have been a stand alone film.
        The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist

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          Morning all!

          Daily Report
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          Location - WFH

          Weather - Bright and Sunny

          Parish Notes - Back to work after a few days off. Nothing really to report other than those bastards in IT support have removed GIT from my laptop, again! So I've reinstalled it, again!!!

          Have a good day all, keep your dick in a vice!
          Old Greg - In search of acceptance since Mar 2007. Hoping each leap will be his last.

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            Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
            He was ratty with Piers on GMB also
            Let's face it, ripping out Piers throat would be perfectly acceptable and Justifiable Homicide for Public Protection.

            Just found this:

            BBC Two England - 4 February 1973 - BBC Genome

            BBC2 schedule for Sunday February 4th 1972.

            Quiet wasn't it.

            What is this "Closedown" of which they speak?

            I can't remember the last time I watched a Bond movie in the cinema.

            Probably it was a Timothy Dalton one.

            Whenever that was.
            When the fun stops, STOP.

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              Originally posted by AndyGarbs View Post
              Dont forget its trundle day today

              Forgot to put bin out for 2nd week running. Good job they don't have a lot in em now I'm living alone.
              bloggoth

              If everything isn't black and white, I say, 'Why the hell not?'
              John Wayne (My guru, not to be confused with my beloved prophet Jeremy Clarkson)

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                Morning denizens

                Sunny out, and at 14°C already it’s on track to reach a possible 20° this afternoon

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                  Morning all glorious out.
                  Took the loaf of bread out of the oven earlier. It looks good.
                  {emotionless greeting}

                  Three Word Slogan

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                    Monday:


                    Today:
                    {emotionless greeting}

                    Three Word Slogan

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                      Originally posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
                      Just found this:
                      BBC Two England - 4 February 1973 - BBC Genome

                      BBC2 schedule for Sunday February 4th 1972.

                      Quiet wasn't it.

                      What is this "Closedown" of which they speak?
                      The following day was a momentous one on BBC1, for it saw the first ever broadcast of The Wombles: BBC One London - 5 February 1973 - BBC Genome

                      Later in the year the Three-Day Week started and TV had to shut down at 22:30, but that isn’t reflected in the Radio Times listings, which would have already been printed when the measures were introduced on 17 December 1973, until 5 January 1974

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