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Went to check out the Melbourne Guitar Maker's Festival at the lovely Abbotsford Convent, thanks to LonerMatt. Now, to finish up the Adventures of Heisenberg and Fr/enemies.

 

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Studying User Centered Design. It should be renamed; Building Interfaces for People with IQs of 50.

 

And then to test the same interface on said people?

 

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You lucky bastard. I'm working today. Ho-hum. However, I am wearing a Henry Carter tie. Crack another Kozzie and drink it for me!

 

 

 

Nice set up Mr. Coxsackie!

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TBM, call it now, who is going to win this Ashes series, and what will the score be?
The Aussies Mr Sy

At the Indy 600 last, no Aberdeen last here gents!
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Tonight, going to Hamer Hall to see Clannad.

Let us know what its like took the then Mrs back in 87-88 I think expecting folk rock and got jazz rock frown.gifcensored.gif not that I don't like jazz rock.

Opted for to make home made pasta instead of pizza for dinner and picked up a copy today of Louis Nowra Kings Cross A Biography been getting good reviews across the board.
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Went to check out the Melbourne Guitar Maker's Festival at the lovely Abbotsford Convent, thanks to LonerMatt. Now, to finish up the Adventures of Heisenberg and Fr/enemies.

 

Any good?

 

Regarding Heisenbergm I'm in the middle of season 4 right now.

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I had a blast there. Really enjoyed the classical makers I tried (Kim Lassange (spelled badly, sorry) and Allan Bull) would like to order one in the next year, perhaps. Expensive, but worth it.

 

Didn't play a steel string that wowed me :(

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I had a blast there. Really enjoyed the classical makers I tried (Kim Lassange (spelled badly, sorry) and Allan Bull) would like to order one in the next year, perhaps. Expensive, but worth it.

Didn't play a steel string that wowed me frown.gif

Were Carson Crickmore there Matt?

Edit: never mind, found the festival website smile.gif
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I wore this yesterday to lunch at Jacques Reymond - any foodies should try to get in before the end of the year (it's changing hands) - with the fiancee. 

 

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I wore this yesterday to lunch at Jacques Reymond - any foodies should try to get in before the end of the year (it's changing hands) - with the fiancee

 

 

But I hardly know your fiancee!

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2-2 England to retain. LDWWL

 

Ooft! Hats off for having the balls to call it!

 

I'm hoping that Australia wins the SCG test, I will be there!

 

If England retains Cricket Australia will really be in the doldrums.

 

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The Aussies Mr Sy

Let's hope so mate. I like your eternal optimism.

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That sounds like an absolute plum Saturday afternoon! Living la dolce vita!
It was! Nothing like a few wines on a Saturday arvo. Was up till half twelve last night cooking so will be in bed early tonight.
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But I hardly know your fiancee!

 

A pair of Carminas and you can know her a whole lot better, Mr. Gerry 'Nice Guy' Nelson! 

 

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Not this little black duck. I find Rolex terminally boring. For me, the big names are Dufour, Voutilainen, Lang und Heyne, Grönefeld, McGonigle, de Bethune, Speake-Marin, Roger Smith... I would own one of each if I possibly could. (Will settle for my Grönefeld for now.)
You lucky bastard. I'm working today. Ho-hum. However, I am wearing a Henry Carter tie. Crack another Kozzie and drink it for me!

I assume you'll be attending The Cox Plate?
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Was up till half twelve last night cooking so will be in bed early tonight.

Wait, is that a late night!? :fistbump:

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I assume you'll be attending The Cox Plate?

Droll. Very droll.

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Ooft! Hats off for having the balls to call it!

I'm hoping that Australia wins the SCG test, I will be there!

If England retains Cricket Australia will really be in the doldrums.

Let's hope so mate. I like your eternal optimism.

I view our recent slump as part of a cycle, we may have the goods to turn it around. Let's doctor a couple of wickets and decimate their top order!

Hats off to Henry Carter, Geoff Firmin and Pappa Rub for their gastronomic weekends!

I feel seedy... Peace out
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