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The missus brought a few of these home in the shopping. Will be supping on a couple tonight. Sorry John, but i had to post :)
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There is no paralell in warfare, to such courage and determination in the face of danger, over so long a period. Such devotion, should never be forgotten.

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:D

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WE prefer our beer made from better quality stuff. Not burnt wood.
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:lol:
There is no paralell in warfare, to such courage and determination in the face of danger, over so long a period. Such devotion, should never be forgotten.

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A certain high-flying, globe-trotting forum member who recently visited the fair shores of England imbibed a jar of two of Mr Theakston's finest:

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I'm not sure if he felt peculiar (sic) or not afterwards but I think he slept well! I'm just waiting for my banana-bender friend (see above) to come over so he can see/taste that not all of our beer is made from burnt wood!!

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Nice one Alan, I guess you gents deserve a beer after regaining the Ashes, albeit against our most inexperienced, undernourished, clones of a cricket team :D
I remember seeing this ad when it came out. There are a few others from the same brand but I did not want to put them up.

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[quote="K4KittyCrew"]Nice one Alan, I guess you gents deserve a beer after regaining the Ashes, albeit against our most inexperienced, undernourished, clones....

Sounds like our National football team, just change "clones" for CLOWNS, and adding "grossly overpaid" for what they do, to the list.
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Time is getting closer Max. Only 15 more weeks of teaching and I can hang up the chalk, sorry whiteboard marker. As to when we'll get over again, that is still up for discussion. What I would like to do is join you at Waddington for Anzac Day in 2015. Have to combine it with Shell's wish to see Alaska and a journey on the Rocky Mountaineer. If we're in Canada then we would have to see the Niagara Falls. Wait a minute. Isn't there something of interest near there? Just can't remember what!! ;)
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R5868 wrote:Time is getting closer Max. Only 15 more weeks of teaching and I can hang up the chalk, sorry whiteboard marker. As to when we'll get over again, that is still up for discussion. What I would like to do is join you at Waddington for Anzac Day in 2015. Have to combine it with Shell's wish to see Alaska and a journey on the Rocky Mountaineer. If we're in Canada then we would have to see the Niagara Falls. Wait a minute. Isn't there something of interest near there? Just can't remember what!! ;)
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Our long range plans are Canada (can't think why exactly!) next year including the Rockies, and Jim Cave I hope and Oz he next year.....I make that 2015 also! Best we co inordinate our mutual visits! Love to have you with me at Waddo, that would be great!
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A certain high-flying, globe-trotting forum member who recently visited the fair shores of England imbibed a jar of two of Mr Theakston's finest:

And still is !! :lol: :lol: ;)
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