[WARNING: The following e-mail contains occasional bouts of gibberish which some may find hard reading.
Oh, and if you're french (or Scottish, we presume no one from Iraq tunes into SSI) you probably should skip on to the next item!]
"Winwaloe" [Continued from Captain Nemo Me Lacessit Impune!]
03 February 2003 09:14
Re: Thoughts from rather too far up country
What chance do the Blue Ones have if they can't make it up. All the best news
sories are made up. I suppose you think that men really landed on the moon, that
John Lennon was shot and that Elvis is dead. All made
up! - The moon landing was filmed at a secret location up Sennen way. John
Lennon is alive and singing Cornish traditional folk songs in pubs in West
Penwith and Elvis was last seen in Penzance (funny place Penzance). Not sure
about an Andrew Macdonald, presumably it is something made in Scotland. What's
it for? - Cornish is a funny language especially as it has three or more
versions and not everyone seems to agree! - However think we are all right - Och
hi the noodle!!! - -
03 February 2003 11:42
Actually, Elvis was just passing through Penzance to eat at his favourite
establishment, Lord Lucan's Shergar Burgar Bar. He really lives in Halsetown (aka
Kernow's Area 51)!
03 February 2003 14:22
This is your chance!!! - Disguise one of the Blue Ones as a member of the SHS (no explanation needed surely) and infiltrate Al don't heed her and Sadman Hussein 's HQ. They could then steal the march on the Yanks (don't forget what the American said about the pasty)get the news and assist the laser guided seagull hits onto the target - Get going Pard!!!
03 February 2003 17:22
Unfortunately, we have already tried that.
04 February 2003 09:28
Should have used Fresian cows, big bomb load and less likely to be rounded one by one shake and his camel. Seagull plan is best. Now, I don't think this is safe to leave the the Yanks (do I mean yanks?) Suggest you get "T"'s barmy army to spearhead the invasion. Those gold hoops will blend with the sand and the black will look like rocks (perhaps). If a front team could drop off a keg or two of Wreckers then by teh time the main body arrives the little fellers should be flat on their backs! (no I mean Saddman not the Cornwall's finest). Do it on March 5th and the flags can fly (probably better than Seagull Squadron) This will go down as a great victory second only to the Pear Branch Rebellion of 1999. Trust the weather is keeping you indoors - Toodle pip - W
04 February 2003 10:55
Actually, that's quite a cunning plan. It just needs some minor adaptation.
04 February 2003 17:16
I like it! - Now if we can flog the idea to Tony (what a nightmare) Blair we could do well out of this. As the mad warlord has not managed to sort out the French suggest we try it out on them first. Better leave the Breton's out of it because they should be on our side (bit like the last conflict really - well bits of France were on our side)- - Can see the issue with your far North sounding man as, having read the website posting I notice he seems to reside in East Anglia. That, of course, explains everything! Still they do have Adnams and that is almost as good as Skinners. Anyway - Cornish Saints for ever - Rgds Winwaloe
04 February 2003 19:05
Idea? Flogging? Tony Blair?
05 February 2003 09:47
Funny that - My Father was in France via the Normandy landings and has
several good words for the French, although I won't put them down here. He was
also in Belgium. The family he stayed with had been helping British airman to
escape and the husband had been taken by the Gestapo. Up to a few years ago my
parents still received a Christmas card from the daughter of the
famipresumedmued now dead) Was in
05 February 2003 10:47
Well, you see the Normans aren't french either, so maybe that proves the
05 February 2003 13:29
Some people never learn - You shot have got the Blue Ones down there. The train that arrived was the 0815 from Paddington that left at 0816 on February 3 1924 this is why the passengers were looking a bit on the old side!! - Now of course compared with what we up country fools call the Metropolitan Line that is not bad going. You are right about the Normans but what about the Lamberts? - - Does your Scottish sounding friend ever send you any Adnams? - - By the way, and this could be a good one for your foreign correspondent on the reporting team. The MacGreggors had letters of Fire and Sword served on them in 1700 and something - this, I am told, basically means if you see one you can do away with one without fear of repercussion (whatever that is)The idea has not been rescinded I hear. Get the hogs on the story!! See the Seagull Squadron is getting ready. They were doing low level formation flying along the Thames yesterday. Assume they have come up from St.Ives using the A30 and M4 to navigate. 'Course, they could have floated up on a millstone or fig leave I suppose - Tereba nessa (as they say in Modern Cornish)- W
05 February 2003 17:13
Oh, the Scotch don't have it that easy you know. As far as 'laws they forgot
to repeal' go .....
05 February 2003 17:56
MacDonald - didn't they make soup out of fellow clansman? - Should never have let them watch Braveheart - - anyway modern, unified, Common Cornish - all good fun and must carry on with the tapes. Not sure how it will help me but might get me eccentrictricthe teh year award I suppose. Actually I rather fancy a long blue robe - oh well one day and back to the tape machine - - W
06 February 2003 18:02
Eccentric of the Year? Not down here, boy.
07 February 2003 16:08
Arr yes but when I have the full set of Denys Val baker first editions (and not too many left to collect) I will be there. Do you happen to know if Margo Maccelsbough (not sure of spelling) is still in St Ives? She was/is an artist of considerable talent. Enjoy the weekend and thank you God that you are not stuck in this hell hole called London and the Home Counties!!!!
08 February 2003 09:23
Have been introduced to Martin Val Baker (some reli I presume) but never
heard of a Margot Mackerelborough (or anyone similar sounding).
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