13 November 2003 15:08
RE: a sting on the tail
what'ya gonna do?
17 November 2003 09:52
I'll decide after my mail-order Kalashnikovs turn up.
17 November 2003 15:07
Order probably on hold considering the state of national security that Dubya
17 November 2003 15:38
Do you think I'd be so dumb as to order the weaponry direct from the US?
17 November 2003 15:55
It won't work. Now that you've told us all that, your devilish plan is doomed. Anyone who wants to take over the world should know that you should just get on with it.
17 November 2003 16:22
It has worked.
18 November 2003 08:08
hello Mr D-FENS!
18 November 2003 09:31
Too late. I have already fallen down.
18 November 2003 09:33
oh dear. were you defeated? by too much beer?
19 November 2003 10:21
No. Obviously you haven't seen the film Falling Down.
19 November 2003 12:49
No, haven't seen it, sounds really chirpy! I shall toodle along one day when
when i have more than five minutes to spare.
19 November 2003 17:09
It isn't. It isn't supposed to be but it's a damn good watch and asks some
questions about the consequences of treating people badly because you can and
the consequences of what might happen if you suddenly got the chance to fulfil
your 'perfect moment of revenge' moment. (The "we've stopped serving from
that menu" in it's-officially-not-but-we-all-know-it's-McDonalds scene is a
classic). Michael Douglas is OK but doesn't really look downbeat enough. Robert
Duvall does and is brilliant as the done-down cop struggling with a similar
slippery slope of unalterable choices. His message to the Captain at the end is
one of the most sublime moments of swearing ever. No heroes, not many genuine
villains. Jus' folks trying to cope and some of them falling down. Pull a sicky
and watch it, you'll never see burger bars in the same light again!
20 November 2003 09:41
20 November 2003 10:59
You mean you actually need a genuine reason for not doing it?
Tsk, tsk, woman (as elephants say), you are clearly not thinking clearly, don't you think?
As luck (bad in your case) would have it I have just returned from verbal jousting with Windy Loe and, having chucked the gauntlet in his chops, am now obliged to subject you to the same challenge. Selected lowlights reproduced below, trust they are self-exploratory!
C'mon Gill, win one for the Gipper!
20 November 2003 11:10
Well not really, but it won't get done unless i do it (husband not into decorating) and it's half done so looks a mess.
I try not to.
Ah ha!! Abstemious - curiously apt!
20 November 2003 14:19
Once again the quality readership manifest where the alleged saint falls short of the mark.
Your prize (if you want it) is an XL St. Ives 2003 Beerfest polo shirt. Please forward (not to be published) mailing address and the RT will run round with it.
20 November 2003 14:31
Hoorah! I never win anything!
Much as i would like a Beerfest polo shirt (honest) i am not an XL and fear that it would be reminiscent of a tent like thing. Send some pasties and maybe one day it'll fit! Shame, i would like to meet the RT.
20 November 2003 16:37
But you can, the RT are currently appearing at:-
The Sloop, The Lifeboat, The Union, The Castle, The Golden Lion, The Queens, The Three Ferrets, The Kiddlywink, The Whiff of Sheat and other good watering holes in your area.
PS. The aforementioned shirt is untouched by human (or even Vile Jelly's) hand.
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