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#71725 - 05/31/02 11:17 AM Cap-it-all Kiwi  
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piscepedaller

Yo Cap!

I thought our times overlapped for quite a bit, actually, accepted that my memory is just a tad accident-prone.

Why on earth should the presence of more than one Kiwi on the Board make me want to leave?

Fisk



#71726 - 05/31/02 11:29 AM Re: Return Of The Fish-eye  
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but an infant then

Greetings, fellow denizen of the deep (and, of course, the world's most famous etymythologist).

Have you googled on your name recently? My web site acknowledgement (I think) has put your AWAD incarnation on the list. Not at the top, mind (reserved for your wikipedia incarnation).





#71727 - 05/31/02 01:08 PM Re: Return Of The Fish-eye  
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"men are so sensitive about their anatomy."

If memory serves, women are extremely sensitive about some parts of their anatomy.



#71728 - 05/31/02 01:33 PM Re: Return Of The Fish-eye  
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enjoying your babble, fish.
Are you ... just a scale model?


I'd a beg a word in your ear, silky selky, but you'd have to be my gillfriend to have a word in mine.

"That's another fin mess you got me into" said the chubby one.





#71729 - 05/31/02 03:57 PM Re: Wildlife  
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Do you really call the area Mid Sussex?

Well it is kind of in the middle of the county. Only problem is although there are some very attractive villages and superb countryside of the domesticated variety, the towns are pretty useless. We generally end up going to other places to browse-shop, even Lewes or Tunbridge Wells.
Still, as I said, ideally situated to get to Town or to the beach, close to Gatwick, not too far from Heathrow and the various ways of crossing the Channel and full of fine Wealden countryside and buildings. Silly Sussex is a good place to be.

This board appears to be falling apart around us - what to do?


#71730 - 06/03/02 04:33 PM Re: Return Of The Fish-eye  
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Oh! Praises be! Prayers answered.
Must burn incense and send up thanks for the return of our fishonabike!
This late greeting because I have had computer troubles - lots of lightening storms here in New England last few days!

Oh-so-glad to have you home again.

'Mid pleasures and palaces though you may roam,
be it ever so humble there's no place like home!"

Welcome Home
Your delighted High Priestess,
WOW



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