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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Half mild, half stout, or half pale ale, half stout.
That'll get you through anything short of the Trumpocalypso, and maybe beyond.
captain yesterday wrote:
Speed, I'm not sure how two hours riding a bus could be considered "exciting".
You might have a bus driver who looks exactly like Vizzini in 'The Princess Bride'
If that doesn't fit the bill, Sandra Bullock on the back seat will have to do.
It'd be fairer if they got to keep everyone else's undies as well.
H'mmm. This is going from memory...
The Beatles - Rock 'N' Roll, which I think was a compilation of various covers that they did
All on cassette. The KLF was probably an illegal copy, and Fleetwood Mac was a bootleg of some sort.
As for the first albums I listed to, these would have been folk albums, or 1920s crooners and what have you, in my Dad's collection.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Of course you won't, not while the Isle of Wight! still exists.
There are no wights on the Isle of Wight.
We were saying last night that the Smell of HEMA is, essentially, sweat and Febreze (the jackets take about 3 weeks to dry if you wash them, given the thickness of the padding, so it's regular applications of fabric cleanser and/or disinfectant and/or inexpensive vodka in a spray bottle, if you don't want to reek like a dead mammoth in a heatwave)
I've got someone else enthused about sword & dagger, too, which is a good thing.
And congrats to TGTG :)
I have never had a problem with cats in second-hand book stores. Cats in second hand record stores are another matter; the one in my local shop (before it closed down) was a vicious, ill tempered, white haired little bugger which peed everywhere.
Or maybe that was the owner. I can't remember.
On another note, one of my favourite places on earth
A town full of second-hand book shops, lurking somewhere on the Welsh/English border.
'Slaves of the Cool Mountains' by Alan Winnington, which was very good
Another biography of Stalin, which was a waste of time
'Enchantress of World's End' by Lin Carter; I liked it, but it did read a lot like a Carter-ised 'Tales of the Dying Earth', as the title suggests, I suppose.
Next, I will re-read 'Situationism: A Reader', ed. Stuart Home. I suspect that it'll be a load of gassy old balls, but we'll see.
I worked in a laundry too, but it was an industrial laundry, so all we did was throw different-coloured bags of flea-ridden/suspiciously stained workwear into big skips, after which everything (including us) got thoroughly steamed.
I iron, but do not fold.
I NEVER FOLD.
I NEVER FOLD!
VICTORY OR DEATH!!!
Does it involve a deep snapper going backfield in a punt formation?
NB: I don't know what any of those words actually mean.
Nobody noticed, and HR, as such doesn't exist.
Safe Search was on, and I didn't search for images or click on any links, so I'm pretty safe, I think/hope.
It was good, even if he did have an axe to grind.