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Old 06-21-2013, 11:50 PM
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PAHAHAHAAA! This is why I honestly think that with appropriate guidance, I could "do" cricket.

Goodge Street.
Piccadilly Circus.

You don't have to understand the game, just be good at insulting the opposition in a non-threatening way.

Funnily enough, when I was teaching at a school, one of the girls in the class was taking trumpet lessons. One week her trumpet teacher wasn't there so I asked the other teacher where he was. She said he was watching England in Dubai. The trumpet teacher was Billy - the trumpeter for the Barmy Army that plays at every England test match. That trumpet you hear in all the England games is the same guy, every time and he's really good!
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In Arkansas we have water moccasins, copperheads, three varieties of rattle snake, and coral snakes; brown recluse and black widow spiders (both of these are EVERYWHERE); punk teenager fake wannabe gang-bangers with access to guns; and worst of all, the ever elusive skunk ape!
I'll see you two and raise you Arizona. We have Scorpions, Black Widows, Cyotes, Diamondback rattlers (which our baseball team is named after) plus some of the loosest gun laws in the country, some of the craziest drivers and a large retirement population. Add an unhealthy dose of 100+ deg. F summers and you have one sad place to live.

...At least we still have bagpipes
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I'll see you two and raise you Arizona. We have Scorpions, Black Widows, Cyotes, Diamondback rattlers (which our baseball team is named after) plus some of the loosest gun laws in the country, some of the craziest drivers and a large retirement population. Add an unhealthy dose of 100+ deg. F summers and ... bagpipes
Red - that's one scary place ...
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:28 AM
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Red - that's one scary place ...
With the bagpipes, it certainly is.
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:20 AM
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I'll see you two and raise you Arizona. We have Scorpions, Black Widows, Cyotes, Diamondback rattlers (which our baseball team is named after) plus some of the loosest gun laws in the country, some of the craziest drivers and a large retirement population. Add an unhealthy dose of 100+ deg. F summers and you have one sad place to live.
We have scorpions and coyotes too, but you hardly ever see them so I forgot they are here. You have us on the heat too I think. It gets to 100+ but its typically end of July/August/early September then it drops back off. Honestly I don't even notice the heat anymore.

You win with the bagpipes!!!!!

As for gun laws, Arkansas is incredibly gun friendly and gun law loose. My AR-15 lower is from Arizona. Gilbert if I remember correctly.
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:36 AM
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Hey, what happened to Anthony, Gvdadrumasum?
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Old 06-27-2013, 05:52 AM
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I have a fab day lined up today (more on that story later), and the weekend started yesterday :)
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:25 AM
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I go to the official UK visa site, and I read this:

You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before your date of travel to the UK. Applications received more than 3 months before your date of travel will be returned without a visa and without a refund of the application fee. We strongly advise you not to confirm your travel arrangements until you have received your visa.

How do I apply for a visa three months before I travel if I need a visa to confirm my travel arrangements, the most important of which would be my date of travel?
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:41 AM
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I go to the official UK visa site, and I read this:

You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before your date of travel to the UK. Applications received more than 3 months before your date of travel will be returned without a visa and without a refund of the application fee. We strongly advise you not to confirm your travel arrangements until you have received your visa.

How do I apply for a visa three months before I travel if I need a visa to confirm my travel arrangements, the most important of which would be my date of travel?
Wow that's quite a conundrum. While it doesn't say you have to have the visa to confirm your travel arrangements, what would be the point of it? And if you don't confirm your travel arrangements, how do they know it is within three months? That is some seriously circular reasoning right there.
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:54 AM
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Wow that's quite a conundrum. While it doesn't say you have to have the visa to confirm your travel arrangements, what would be the point of it? And if you don't confirm your travel arrangements, how do they know it is within three months? That is some seriously circular reasoning right there.
It gets worse. My wife may have to smuggle me into the country.
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:09 AM
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....and it so happens that if you live in a flat building
and if you go out for a weekend
and if you leave water running in the toilet bowl
it may lead to a loving notice on the front of your door
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in which you would find it described how it feels like to sit on a toilet
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Old 06-28-2013, 11:35 AM
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It gets worse. My wife may have to smuggle me into the country.
Can you fit into a suitcase?
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Old 06-30-2013, 03:33 PM
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I'm in Rome :)

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Yesterday was the 4th hottest day in the history of Phoenix, AZ. The temperatures crawled up to 119 deg F (48.3 deg C). Needless to day it was quite a miserable day.
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How do I apply for a visa three months before I travel if I need a visa to confirm my travel arrangements, the most important of which would be my date of travel?
Jay, try asking the USA intelligence services about everything European. They're guaranteed to have the answer ;) ;) ;)
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Old 07-01-2013, 10:14 PM
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Jay, try asking the USA intelligence services about everything European. They're guaranteed to have the answer ;) ;) ;)
You're right! I'm taking my problem straight to the NSA!

You'll come visit me in prison, won't you?
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:28 AM
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Worked in South Beach of all places this weekend.. ( !!! ). Had to drive right by Ressurection drums without stopping : (

Rest of the week in wonderful downtown Chicago.. great food and and a free evening each at the Jazz showcase and Kingston Mines blues club

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Old 07-02-2013, 01:01 AM
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You're right! I'm taking my problem straight to the NSA!

You'll come visit me in prison, won't you?
i'll probably be in prison for having you on my friends list :(

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Worked in South Beach of all places this weekend.. ( !!! ). Had to drive right by Ressurection drums without stopping : (

Rest of the week in wonderful downtown Chicago.. great food and and a free evening each at the Jazz showcase and Kingston Mines blues club

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That sounds like a painful trip Abe ;)
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Old 07-04-2013, 07:38 AM
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I'm having my first riding lesson in three years today. Looking forward to it immensely; not really looking forward to attempting to walk tomorrow.
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:42 AM
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I'm having my first riding lesson in three years today. Looking forward to it immensely; not really looking forward to attempting to walk tomorrow.
That should be fun. My family has always had horses, and my sister even competed in numerous different equestrian events for years, as well as did some horse training. I've always found them to be beautiful, interesting animals. Unfortunately I can't go near them, as I am highly allergic.
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I'm having my first riding lesson in three years today. Looking forward to it immensely; not really looking forward to attempting to walk tomorrow.
Well, at least you don't have to tune horses, but then again, you don't have to muck out drums. I suppose each has it's own challenges eh!

Enjoy, & just think of the inner thigh benefits ;) ;) ;)
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Old 07-04-2013, 09:51 AM
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That should be fun. My family has always had horses, and my sister even competed in numerous different equestrian events for years, as well as did some horse training. I've always found them to be beautiful, interesting animals. Unfortunately I can't go near them, as I am highly allergic.
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Well, at least you don't have to tune horses
You'd be surprised how similar tuning drums is to setting up a horse properly so s/he can do the job! And once that's done, like playing drums, you only have to do what's needed. I wish I'd bloody do this!

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IT WAS BRILLIANT! Am going to ache all over tomorrow but it's worth it.
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IT WAS BRILLIANT! Am going to ache all over tomorrow but it's worth it.
I'm sure I'd be feeling pretty much the same if I took up riding again! Discovering muscles you'd forgotten you had.

I did some Tai Chi the other day. You wouldn't think it but I'm still aching...
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I did some Tai Chi the other day. You wouldn't think it but I'm still aching...
That's deceptively hardcore stuff! Mind you, when I was your age I didn't ache doing it :p
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That's deceptively hardcore stuff! Mind you, when I was your age I didn't ache doing it :p
When you were my age, you probably weren't 19 stone!
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I did some Tai Chi the other day. You wouldn't think it but I'm still aching...
Drink some Chai tea, that oughta do the trick. Yin and yang.
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Drink some Chai tea, that oughta do the trick. Yin and yang.
Tried Chai. Didn't do it for me. I'm happier with Darjeeling, darling.
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Ah Darjeeling. Grown at the foot of the Himalayas. Now I want some.

How do Englanders view America's July 4th? As a big loss of tax revenue? Like are you guys pissed off that we did that?
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Old 07-04-2013, 11:12 PM
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How do Englanders view America's July 4th? As a big loss of tax revenue? Like are you guys pissed off that we did that?
We don't view it as anything at all, it's no more important here than July 3rd or July 5th. We really only do Christmas!
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When I lived in England, there was a pub not far from us and one July 4 they decided, just for the hell of it I guess, to make a day of it, an ironic observation of Independence Day. They had American flags all over the place; I thought it was quite annoying. I considered myself to be a real Briton by then.

They were selling Budweiser, real American Budweiser, for a quid a can. Pretty good, but it was warm. I suggested they dump them in a bucket of ice, but pubs don't have that much ice.

Everyone was drinking Budweiser, though. I mean, come on, one pound for a beer?
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Call me un-American, but most American beers suck. Budweiser, Miller, Coors, PBR, Busch, Schlitz, Old Milwaukee, Rolling Rock, it's all piss water. Give me a Fat Tire or Sam Adams, something dark with flavor. If I can't drink it with a fork, I probably don't want it.
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You need to shop around for the microbreweries and leave the big names on the shelf.


http://www.beer100.com/brewpubs_a_to_k/arkansas.htm
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http://www.beer100.com/brewpubs_a_to_k/arkansas.htm
Been to 3 of the 5. Hog Haus is awesome. Their IPA is the bomb. My wife will surprise me with beer once in a while, but I don't drink much anymore. Did the binge thing for about 6 years, bad times. But she knows to get something dark and flavorful, no watered down excuses, love that woman.
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Call me un-American, but most American beers suck. Budweiser, Miller, Coors, PBR, Busch, Schlitz, Old Milwaukee, Rolling Rock, it's all piss water. Give me a Fat Tire or Sam Adams, something dark with flavor. If I can't drink it with a fork, I probably don't want it.
This.

And even know, I've taken one step further: It better be a small or local brewery.

If you have a Trader Joes, check out Black Toad. It's a "house brand" re-packaged from a small brewery. Really dark, but not super heavy, and best of all, it's not ubber expensive the way most dark beers are.
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I'm thinking the one on the right is the drummer in this trio...
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Oh I don't know: maybe it's the one at the back who doesn't really fit in.
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Oh I don't know: maybe it's the one at the back who doesn't really fit in.
I agree. He isn't even on the skateboard with the real mew-sitions....
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I agree. He isn't even on the skateboard with the real mew-sitions....
That is appurrling....................
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CAEK!

Now that I think about it, it looks like a mouth with irregular teeth :/

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