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gregory23b wrote:"After when he went for his little walk ina rmour by a canal"

hahaha

look matey you werent the one talking to the nobs of Cheshire as sean increased speed towards the crowd

never have so many smal sadwhichews and canapes been eaten so fast
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Might as well chime in i suspose. I'll also be at the Tower squiring, hopefully in some new kit too.

Looking forward to seeing everyone.
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"never have so many smal sadwhichews and canapes been eaten so fast"

Nice to see they had their priorities right. ;-)


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Thomas Hayman wrote:Might as well chime in i suspose. I'll also be at the Tower squiring, hopefully in some new kit too.

Looking forward to seeing everyone.
Yay! More people 8)
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maybe we should ask who from the forums ISN'T going?
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gregory23b wrote:"never have so many smal sadwhichews and canapes been eaten so fast"

Nice to see they had their priorities right. ;-)


Hi TJH, be nice to see you.
that was me chummy
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"that was me chummy"

I should hope so, shame to let the food be spoiled, eh what!
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The photographer posted a new one - just before impact...

http://www.ephotozine.com/photo/903981

look at image no 2 in the lower right portion of the screen!

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Celebrinthil wrote:IMDB's entry for Sean "Off The Telly"....

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2881412/
beardy long haired bloke?
IMDB wrote:"Kings and Queens" (2002) TV mini-series .... William Wallace
That was the one I worked on with Thomas Hardt, Steve Morris and Ross Tynan because you couldn't make it.

I remember the guy
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Von Haig, a poster here has an avatar that has a peculiar resemblance to said Mr George.


link here

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I think you'll find that's Nikolai Dante of 2000 AD fame.

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