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Halloween again.

Seems like only yesterday we were arguing about it.

I haven't changed my mind in the interim.
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So whose getting up at 3am tomorrow?
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Heinekens on ice. Alarm clock set for 1am.
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Originally Posted by ElliotSmith View Post

Heinekens on ice. Alarm clock set for 1am.

Are you returning for today's pagan festivities Mr Smith. Loner Matt will be happy
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So whose getting up at 3am tomorrow?

2am for us cats, coffee machine will be fired up. Cmon boys!
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2am for us cats, coffee machine will be fired up. Cmon boys!

 

My ten-year-old son asked me if he could get up in the middle of the night to watch the game! 

 

He's normally more of a "real football" (aka soccer) fan but I took him to see the Bledisloe Cup match last year where the All Blacks beat the Wallabies by one point right on the final siren and he's been keen on rugby union since then. 

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My ten-year-old son asked me if he could get up in the middle of the night to watch the game! 

He's normally more of a "real football" (aka soccer) fan but I took him to see the Bledisloe Cup match last year where the All Blacks beat the Wallabies by one point right on the final siren and he's been keen on rugby union since then. 
That's great JM. I remember my father use to wake me up for overseas cricket games and footy finals. Great father son stuff. Mind you I'd always fell asleep. However I remember vividly watching Steve Waught clocking up his double tone with Greg Ritchie running on the field.

A shout out to GF, vege pizza and pinot tonight? Will you eat bacon if Wallabies win?
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GF, DB, HC etc. - for penance you must say 12 Webb Ellis Prayers and rewatch all the Wallabies' desperate Hail Mary passes.
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A shout out to GF, vege pizza and pinot tonight? Will you eat bacon if Wallabies win?

DB pizza and Pinot was Friday night. Got up and watched.

No I do not eat bacon thank you.

To rephrase Auden

Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
Let the mourning begin Bill is gone. Bill is gone.
Edited by Geoffrey Firmin - 10/31/15 at 3:13pm
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My ten-year-old son asked me if he could get up in the middle of the night to watch the game! 

He's normally more of a "real football" (aka soccer) fan but I took him to see the Bledisloe Cup match last year where the All Blacks beat the Wallabies by one point right on the final siren and he's been keen on rugby union since then. 

JM good to see he's converted to the one true faith. Complete with its trials and tribulations. Now where are my sack cloth and ashes.
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My ten-year-old son asked me if he could get up in the middle of the night to watch the game! 

 

He's normally more of a "real football" (aka soccer) fan but I took him to see the Bledisloe Cup match last year where the All Blacks beat the Wallabies by one point right on the final siren and he's been keen on rugby union since then. 


I'm sorry for your loss.

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Spent the day at Byron Bay to take the edge off things....

Met one of Ernesto's relatives at a hippy shop, no lie... Same village on the east side ...

Sad result... Sorry for bacon jibe GF, cheap shot
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Spent the day at Byron Bay to take the edge off things....

Met one of Ernesto's relatives at a hippy shop, no lie... Same village on the east side ...

Sad result... Sorry for bacon jibe GF, cheap shot

I'll say no fires offered with the order.

To lift the gloom went with Mrs GF to see Bridge of Spies best dressed film i've seen all year. Great collection of Rep ties and suits.
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To lift the gloom went with Mrs GF to see Bridge of Spies best dressed film i've seen all year. Great collection of Rep ties and suits.

 

Heard extremely pleasing reviews in regard of BoS. Numerous critics summing it up as "classic Spielberg". 

 

Knowing that lot probably a backhanded compliment but compliment nonetheless.

 

Shame how many films this month are going to be overshadowed by international distribution of SPECTRE.

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Guys I am doing the Movember thing this year. Should be hilarious. If anyone wants to donate to a worthy cause that affects all of us, you are most welcome to sponsor me here. TIA.
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