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    Sebastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt due to...

    Sebastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt due to sign after medical for a reputed 45m.

    Looking forward to seeing Yarmolenko again, it will be like a new signing!
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    Great choice of design. The man was a colossus...

    Great choice of design. The man was a colossus (pun intended).

    Re the use of fifty pound notes, I use cash all of the time. How else would I buy a pricey watch at an antiques market? It's all...
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    Great stuff! Those kiwis have a great sense of...

    Great stuff!

    Those kiwis have a great sense of humour .

    I have a soft spot for them as my Dad was in the Royal New Zealand Navy.
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    Nor would I Mart. A friend in the US recently...

    Nor would I Mart.

    A friend in the US recently had an emergency appendectomy. A few complications, but it came out at $98,000!

    The old chap I refer to has a son in the US who is very wealthy and...
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    How very true. NZ always show extreme...

    How very true.

    NZ always show extreme toughness but total sportsmanship whenever they play.

    If we had to lose to anyone I would have wished it to be NZ.

    Wonderful game all round.
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    Worth putting the details into an online broker,...

    Worth putting the details into an online broker, if not a specialist on elderly travel insurance.

    That said, a chap I know who is in his 80's who takes blood thinners could not get insured...
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    I saw that stupid pic. Positive energy. ...

    I saw that stupid pic. Positive energy.

    Didn't work did it?
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    Funny isn't it? I have Parker 51's here from...

    Funny isn't it?

    I have Parker 51's here from the 1940's with no cracks.

    Must be the precious resin. :wink-new:
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    Poll: I used to love those simple old games on the...

    I used to love those simple old games on the speccy - anybody remember Knight Lore?

    Funnily enough as time and technical quality moved on I completely lost my interest in computer games.
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    Looks like we have missed on out Maxi Gomez for...

    Looks like we have missed on out Maxi Gomez for 45m and Arnie has cleared off to China for 22m so we are very light on strikers with only Chicarito on board. :grief:
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    24 degrees here but very close. Feeling tired...

    24 degrees here but very close.

    Feeling tired and haven't done anything!
  12. Thread: Two owlets :-)

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    Wonderful pic. It must be very satisfying to...

    Wonderful pic.

    It must be very satisfying to help those beautiful birds. :eagerness:
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    I admit I had to google Halloumi , never heard of...

    I admit I had to google Halloumi , never heard of it previously.

    Sounds alright though!
  14. Thanks for that. :eagerness: May be appearing...

    Thanks for that. :eagerness:

    May be appearing in SC in the near future.

    I also have Gen. Tom Stafford's signed pic dedicated to me but I'm keeping that one.
  15. Cheers mate!

    Cheers mate!
  16. Value of Scott Carpenter (Mercury astronaut) signed photo and first day cover?

    I'm having a bit of a clear out and have the above surplus to requirements that I may well post on SC.

    I've had them for quite a few years so not really up on prices. Scott has unfortunately...
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    I've got a signed Scott Carpenter photo suiting...

    I've got a signed Scott Carpenter photo suiting up for Aurora 7 and a first day cover from May 24th 1962 that I'm thinking of moving along. Not sure of value though.

    ...
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    I still have some flat caps from Dunn's...

    I still have some flat caps from Dunn's outfitters, remember them?

    Nowadays to keep my thinning pate from the sun in Fla I just wear a selection of ball caps.

    You can buy them ready worn in...
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    Going for a full on Humphrey Bogart? :wink-new:

    Going for a full on Humphrey Bogart? :wink-new:
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    I love barbecue in the US with those ribs that...

    I love barbecue in the US with those ribs that fall off the bone and melt in the mouth steaks.

    Mahi Mahi and Sea Bass is good too.

    I'm starving now! :grief:
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    It's mouth watering stuff to be sure!

    It's mouth watering stuff to be sure!
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    A nice gift! :eagerness:

    A nice gift! :eagerness:
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    At least it's still in the house! I'm sure...

    At least it's still in the house!

    I'm sure your son will let you borrow it if you ask nicely. :devilish:
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    Langham's hypoallergenic from Aldi. Very...

    Langham's hypoallergenic from Aldi.

    Very reasonably priced.

    Dot thrives on it and scarfs it down.
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    I think, "it's part of their character" suits...

    I think, "it's part of their character" suits best Menno.

    Our previous EBT Bitch was exactly the same. :unconscious:
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