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    Brilliant start to the season. Come on you...

    Brilliant start to the season. Come on you whites.......
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    That might be a bonus for the county but I think...

    That might be a bonus for the county but I think he`s hard done by.
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    I guess they do a degree course in Connect...

    I guess they do a degree course in Connect Two.......
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    Never mind.

    Never mind.
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    Gilbert O`Sullivan - `Nothing Rhymed.` He was...

    Gilbert O`Sullivan - `Nothing Rhymed.` He was right - nothing seems to rhyme these days, so I`ll just drink my Napoleon Shandy and eat more than enough apple pies. Will I glance at my screen and...
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    Phew!!

    Phew!!
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    Almost as stressful as watching the Saints

    Almost as stressful as watching the Saints
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    I`m half way through Lawrie Mac`s `A Lifetime`s...

    I`m half way through Lawrie Mac`s `A Lifetime`s Obsession.` It`s excellent and very `Lawrie.`
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    Not sure I could sit through Dunkirk. I was born...

    Not sure I could sit through Dunkirk. I was born in 1939 and my Dad was taken prisoner at Dunkirk and spent the next five years in Stalag V111B in Lamsdorf. I didn`t see him until I was six.
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    Indeed. Great win down there - things are...

    Indeed. Great win down there - things are looking up.
  11. Thread: Watch buying

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    Mine cost 14 from Tesco - tells the same time as...

    Mine cost 14 from Tesco - tells the same time as anything else.
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    Talking Pictures TV are currently showing...

    Talking Pictures TV are currently showing `Dulcima` a classic 1970s film based on a novella by HE Bates. It stars the late John Mills and the late Carol White, one of the most compelling actresses...
  13. Thread: Dave Jones

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    Very pleased for him. Hope he does well.

    Very pleased for him. Hope he does well.
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    Just seen Tarka the Otter on Talking Pictures TV....

    Just seen Tarka the Otter on Talking Pictures TV. Excellent stuff, including two cameo glimpses of Reg Lye and Stanley Lebor. They don`t make films like that any more.

    Happy Christmas one and...
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    Looking a bit `so-so`now - 158 - 6 in second...

    Looking a bit `so-so`now - 158 - 6 in second innings - a lead of 208 with four wickets left. Could go down to the wire.......
  16. Thread: Olympics

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    What a personable fellow is Justin Rose - a...

    What a personable fellow is Justin Rose - a credit to himself, to Hampshire and to golf.
  17. Thread: Olympics

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    I`m enjoying the cycling of course and I enjoy...

    I`m enjoying the cycling of course and I enjoy Chris Boardman`s knowledgeable insight. At the London Olympics he was alongside Hugh Porter and together they made the best commentating team for...
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    More a case of what I`m not watching and maybe...

    More a case of what I`m not watching and maybe it`s just me but I can`t bear to watch Michael McIntyre, who, masquerading a a `comedian,` must be the most annoying tit on TV.
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    I went to schoolo in Hythe with `Billy Scammell`...

    I went to schoolo in Hythe with `Billy Scammell` who became William Scammell - a leading poet, critic and biographer. One of his poems described life for a boy in a small `village by the...
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    Just finished it - a clever novel deserving of...

    Just finished it - a clever novel deserving of its popularity. To me, living in the sticks of a Kent village, it seemed to capture some of the reality of what living in London must be like these...
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    Sticky: Good question - anyone got an answer please?

    Good question - anyone got an answer please?
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    Could be - according to Wikipedia Vic Cannings is...

    Could be - according to Wikipedia Vic Cannings is 96! He took 927 wickets at 22 in 265 matches for the county - one of my many boyhood heroes after my parents first took me to Northlands Road in...
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    I see that the couple who came forward a week...

    I see that the couple who came forward a week `late` to claim the 32million Lottery win are a Mr. ad Mrs. Cannings of Lincolnshire. They were visiting Mr. Cannings` elderly parents, Victor and Joan...
  25. Thread: The Winkle

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    Thank goodness for heroes like him - do they make...

    Thank goodness for heroes like him - do they make `em like that any more?
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