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I understand your feeling of guilt. I would have expected a man with your nom de plume to choose a Chassagne Montrachet rather than Jacob's Creek.

JC

 

However he has recently shared with us that he buys wine at Majestic warehouses! :wub:

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I understand your feeling of guilt. I would have expected a man with your nom de plume to choose a Chassagne Montrachet rather than Jacob's Creek.

JC

 

Well, I was just using it as table-wine....

 

However, if I do need something to look forward to over the next few days (term does not finish until Saturday), I have a nice Château Haut Franquet Moulis (2002), a Châteauneuf-du-Pape (2003) or a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2000 waiting to be drunk.

 

Apart from that, I really do need to get down to Majestic soon - the rest is like the Jacob's creek - just everyday table-wine.

 

;)

 

The other reason is that it is not pay-day until the 20th, so at the moment I am so desperate for cash that I am considering two options:

 

1) Busking in Bournemouth town centre - if I sing, I should make about £1,500 in hush-money by lunch.

 

2) Re-mortgaging the dog. This should also raise a few pounds. Particularly when I get him to show off some of his tricks....*

 

 

God - it is boring here tonight. Where is everyone?

 

Am I the only person not living in New Zealand who is still awake at the moment?

 

It is only 00h37!!

 

Bring on the cabaret - give it up for the naked, clog-dancing sheep!!

:wub:

 

 

 

* A full list may be obtained by PM, on application - and payment of a fee....

 

:)

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Hey, what are you on this evening and can I have some?

 

Re the dog, keep it - it'll get you a few coins when you're curled up in a shop doorway.

 

 

1) Just natural euphoria, after a good practice-session. Sorry!*

 

2) Ha! Ha!

 

Thank you so much, Vox!

 

 

 

* At least, I hope so - we do not want another scene like the Meg Ryan 'ice cream in the restaurant' excerpt from When Harry met Sally....

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Guest Patrick Coleman
1) Just natural euphoria, after a good practice-session. Sorry!*

 

2) Ha! Ha!

 

Thank you so much, Vox!

* At least, I hope so - we do not want another scene like the Meg Ryan 'ice cream in the restaurant' excerpt from When Harry met Sally....

 

Did you practise something exciting?

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Did you practise something exciting?

 

Yer - Messe Cum Jubilo - Duruflé (Sunday is Gentlemen of the Choir only) and the Final from the Sixth Symphony - Vierne. This is an absolutely stunning piece.

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Yer - Messe Cum Jubilo - Duruflé (Sunday is Gentlemen of the Choir only)

Ooooooh. Never heard it performed but have almost worn out my cheapy Naxos recording of that.

 

As for busking and remortgaging the dog, why not combine the two, and all in a very fitting location?

 

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Ooooooh. Never heard it performed but have almost worn out my cheapy Naxos recording of that.

 

As for busking and remortgaging the dog, why not combine the two, and all in a very fitting location?

 

 

At least the dog has a sense of rhythm. Unfortunately this is quite beyond the capabilities of the family pooch.

 

I note that this is outside the Exeter branch of SPCK - in the north-west corner of the Cathedral Close.

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God - it is boring here tonight. Where is everyone?

 

Am I the only person not living in New Zealand who is still awake at the moment?

 

It is only 00h37!!

 

 

B)

 

 

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I'm terribly sorry, but I think I was just going past Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire at the time.

 

:huh:

 

MM

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I'm terribly sorry, but I think I was just going past Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire at the time.

 

B)

 

MM

 

Why didn't you call over and offer a free organ lesson?

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I have now moved to the sunny port of Goole, East yorkshire, as my other half and I have decided to seperate after 4 years. As yet I have no internet access at my flat, so am using the excellent facilities at the local library. The up side of all this means that I will be able to get to any recitals I choose with exception to the Hull City Hall series, as these are on when I am working. So if anyone knows of any good sunday ones, please let me know.

Regards

Peter

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I'm terribly sorry, but I think I was just going past Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire at the time.

 

:(

 

MM

 

Oh, OK - this seems entirely reasonable as an excuse....

 

Did you see the sheep, though?

 

:P

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Guest Patrick Coleman
Oh, OK - this seems entirely reasonable as an excuse....

 

Did you see the sheep, though?

 

:(

 

In the interests of accuracy, I feel bound to point out that in rural Monmouthshire there are more pigs and horses than sheep. Of course, if you come up here into bandit country... :P

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Guest Barry Oakley
I have now moved to the sunny port of Goole, East yorkshire, as my other half and I have decided to seperate after 4 years. As yet I have no internet access at my flat, so am using the excellent facilities at the local library. The up side of all this means that I will be able to get to any recitals I choose with exception to the Hull City Hall series, as these are on when I am working. So if anyone knows of any good sunday ones, please let me know.

Regards

Peter

 

Peter, Don't know if any Sunday recitals are listed on http://www.organrecitals.com/.

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