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Off to Sydney for the weekend with Mrs GF New Order Sunday night, visit Biennale Birdland maybe see if I can get a pair of corduroy trousers and what is the radio saying all morning Rainageddon with over 100 ml per day predicted.censored.gifcloud.gifbaldy[1].gif

Two weeks ago a friend was at Bondi swimming.baldy[1].gif
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It's just weather.

And New Order in sunshine isn't right.
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It's just weather.

And New Order in sunshine isn't right.

Yes but it curtails certain activities and means wearing 'beaters' and overcoats for the rain and packing extra clothing.

Agree about the New Order comment so the Wagnerian weather is right for it.
post #1729 of 3804
One word - galoshes
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One word - galoshes

Two words Doc Martin's
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Off to Sydney for the weekend with Mrs GF New Order Sunday night, visit Biennale Birdland maybe see if I can get a pair of corduroy trousers and what is the radio saying all morning Rainageddon with over 100 ml per day predicted.censored.gifcloud.gifbaldy[1].gif

Two weeks ago a friend was at Bondi swimming.baldy[1].gif

 

Look on the bright side. Free carwash.

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Hey, casual Friday, yeah, I'm talking to you.

Go f**k yourself, and the horse you rode in on.
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Hey, casual Friday, yeah, I'm talking to you.

Go f**k yourself, and the horse you rode in on.

Why aren't you running in the election, id vote for that.
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Thread Starter 
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Hey, casual Friday, yeah, I'm talking to you.

Go f**k yourself, and the horse you rode in on.

post #1735 of 3804
Raining everyday next week in Melbourne...

I probably need to get some rubber soled shoes for the office, any recommendations?
post #1736 of 3804
i missed out on new order tickets, but the recent (small) kevin cummins exhibition at the opera house was a nice surprise.
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i missed out on new order tickets, but the recent (small) kevin cummins exhibition at the opera house was a nice surprise.

New Order without Peter Hook just seems wrong, somehow.
post #1738 of 3804
Stu Hunter is preforming The Migration next Friday night in Melbourne. Saw it at the Sydney Festival highly recommend.
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Just as a matter of courtesy to you and the others who have expressed interest (or are at least watching with interest):

I've not yet heard from Pawel just how many ties he has in mind before the aforementioned discount could kick in, or what the discount would actually be in terms of a dollar amount.

However, I'm sure he'll be in contact with me soon enough, and I'll be happy to pass on the info once I have it.

To update those interested, here's an excerpt from my most recent email from Pawel:

"Regarding the numbers of ties/ bow ties (2 bow ties is like 1 tie):

1. No Vat + free shipping = min. 12 ties.
2. No Vat + free shipping + 5 % discount = min. 15 ties
3. No Vat + free shipping + 10% discount = min. 20 ties

I can not go lower price, because, when I ship 12, 15 or 20 ties, for you is for free but it cost me about 24 zl ( 6 American dollars) per tie, which is about 10% cost of the tie. In other words, the real cost for me is:

1. No Vat + free shipping for 12 ties ( for you it is about 10% discount per tie)
2. No Vat + free shipping + 5 % discount for 15 ties (in real is 15% discount)
3. No Vat + free shipping + 10% discount for 20 ties (in real is 20% discount )

I think this is still very good deal for you. If someone wants order 1, 2 or even 3 ties, has to pay 150 zl (37,5 American dollars) for shipping. I hope that in the future, shipping rates will be lower."
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Off to Sydney for the weekend with Mrs GF New Order Sunday night, visit Biennale Birdland maybe see if I can get a pair of corduroy trousers and what is the radio saying all morning Rainageddon with over 100 ml per day predicted.censored.gifcloud.gifbaldy[1].gif

Two weeks ago a friend was at Bondi swimming.baldy[1].gif

Text me.
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