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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Rous View Post
    Fun is all about attitude. It creates itself with the right one.
    Absolutely right and I am in serious need of an attitude adjustment, anyone know where that bartender went

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    fun is nuf spelled backwards

    sdrawkcab delleps fun si nuf

    di dah di dah di dah


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    That actually makes sense but its hard on the spell checker ... Bartender a Guiness please

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    Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat's translator might make more sense of it.

    http://www.divinelanguage.com/

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    Глим потеряла его мрамор.

    Пешня: Разговор в языках теперь Глим? Схваченный в Святом Духе?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Boas View Post
    Absolutely right and I am in serious need of an attitude adjustment, anyone know where that bartender went
    My all time favourite job was a bartender.

    Guinness with a shot of Barley wine do you?
    Bartender and Brewmeister for the Pub


    Stranger in a Strange land

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    heheheh. A blast from the past!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Rous View Post
    My all time favourite job was a bartender.

    Guinness with a shot of Barley wine do you?
    You kind sir are obviously a gentleman and a scholar

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    I admit, after a hard day at work, last night I got home and poured myself a generous G&T whilst cleaning a Khukri
    Bartender and Brewmeister for the Pub


    Stranger in a Strange land

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    Click the picture to enter an archive of many old images and thoughts still out there in the ether. Sorry to say a lot of old server content has been lost over time and moves. While Archive.com may seem a pale reflection of the past, there are a surprising number of fun Easter eggs to be found.



    Sections of the old www.forum will still open as readable, such as reviews and the classifieds. Thread index listings can still be seen from that year but most of the other sections not as easily fully read.

    Cheers

    Hotspur; the weasel and penguin months may be out there as well but the pub was/has never been a huge haunt of mine

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    http://web.archive.org/web/*sa_/http://swordforum.com

    or

    http://web.archive.org and search http://swordforum.com if your browser does not point you to the search results linked above.

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    A day late and a dollar short, as usual, but I saw this and just had to bump it with a quick hello!
    In memory:
    "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence in their behalf."

    An unknown, but very astute person
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    The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke N. View Post
    A day late and a dollar short, as usual, but I saw this and just had to bump it with a quick hello!

    "Hello". ...no that was not an echo.
    I'm lost---- I've gone to look for myself. If I should return before I get back, please ask me to wait.

    If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.

    I work for Keyser Söze.

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    Hasn't been that long ago has it?
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    Consensus is the stuff of politics, not of science…A public that is not aware of this is vulnerable to abuse. (Paul Reiter, regarding the abuses of science perpetrated by the IPCC 4th Report, 2007)


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    “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he...” (Proverbs 23:7).

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