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Matt Marshall

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Dec 19, 2002, 3:23:34 PM12/19/02
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I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY


Erm... yes....


JerryD

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Best Holiday wishes to you as well, matt!

it's uh..nice to know you aren't gay.
or something.

The Doctor

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Macfadyan

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>Matt Marshal

>
>I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
>along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY
>
>

Matt, my friend, you really need to get out more.
<chuckles>

Sadly, I know some people who'd actually quite happily have that as a proper
calende. They're not gay either.
I always rememeber Jeremy Bentham issuing dire warnings to young Who fans about
the perils of being surrounded by female Blake's Seven fans at the One Tun.
Poor man. It happened to him, you know...
You think that pic at the start of The Key To Time is from a younger relative?
It was done by him after a particulary scary encounter with "Avon's Angels".
He was a changed man, believe me...

:)

Mac,
http://www.staggeringstories.net

Instrumental Break....

"You can hear the whole of Human history in the sound of a cello" - H.Bishop.
"You can hear the whole of humanities future in the sound of a kazoo!" -
A.J.Purcell

Auntie Krizu

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Dec 20, 2002, 12:44:42 PM12/20/02
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"Matt Marshall" <ma...@jagaroth.freeserve.co.uk> kirjoitti viestissä
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> I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
> along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY

And hilarious it is;). Cheers.

Auntie Krizu (just delurking quickly!)


Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 12:46:47 PM12/20/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> Auntie Krizu (just delurking quickly!)

Oooohhh... now that's something I like to see about the place -- a bit of
mystery...

--
RH
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"One little prick and it'll all be over. Then they cut my c*ck off."


Auntie Krizu

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"Macfadyan" <macf...@aol.comBibble> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Sadly, I know some people who'd actually quite happily have that as a proper
> calende. They're not gay either.

*snerk* as a relatively new B7 fan, I am not surprised... but you should see
some of the things the fans can produce. Quite amazing. Just take a look at this
site, some funny Xmas things there:

http://homepage.mac.com/shelobmarian/

(she's mad!)

> I always rememeber Jeremy Bentham issuing dire warnings to young Who fans
about
> the perils of being surrounded by female Blake's Seven fans at the One Tun.
> Poor man. It happened to him, you know...
> You think that pic at the start of The Key To Time is from a younger relative?
> It was done by him after a particulary scary encounter with "Avon's Angels".
> He was a changed man, believe me...

And somehow, hearing all these stories, it doesn't surprise me anymore that I
became such a rabid B7/Avon fan this summer. Kind of a natural progress of
ever-deepening perversity, or something.

Auntie Krizu(:>) (going back to lurkdom soon, honest...)


Auntie Krizu

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Dec 20, 2002, 12:57:55 PM12/20/02
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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:atvkse$kgh$1...@news1.songnet.fi
>
> > Auntie Krizu (just delurking quickly!)
>
> Oooohhh... now that's something I like to see about the place -- a bit of
> mystery...

So you're a newbie, then?:) Sorry to disappoint you, but Auntie's Rabid Rambles
have mostly moved on to less troll-infested areas:).

Ah, dammit, who the fuck am I fooling? Posting like mad again... argh! RADW is
sucking me in! Heelp! I'll *try* to refrain from any pervy posts... honest. I am
proud to have resisted the temptation to comment on Pertwee Porn. And the
creative uses of 4th Doc scarves in sexual roleplay. See? See?

..oh, *dammit*.

*thwacks self on head with Fwapper of Rassilon*

Auntie Krizu(:>) (there's no escape! WAAH!)


Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 12:57:39 PM12/20/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> *snerk* as a relatively new B7 fan, I am not surprised... but you should
see
> some of the things the fans can produce. Quite amazing. Just take a look
at this
> site, some funny Xmas things there:
>
> http://homepage.mac.com/shelobmarian/

I've just been looking through this, and... well, am I really seeing pics of
Avon & and Tarrant posing on the beach in their skimpys?

No... no, that's... that's not right. I shouldn't be looking at things when
I'm so young and impressionable.

> (she's mad!)

Yes, I rather think you are. ; )

Ron Hines

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
> > Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message

> So you're a newbie, then?:) Sorry to disappoint you, but Auntie's Rabid


Rambles
> have mostly moved on to less troll-infested areas:).

I'm sort've a newbie, but not completely. I've lurked here on a very
occasional basis since mid-1998, but I must have missed the period in which
you were posting regularly. I'm going to have to Google back, aren't I?

> Ah, dammit, who the fuck am I fooling? Posting like mad again... argh!
RADW is
> sucking me in! Heelp!

You are one of us... one of us... one of us...

> I'll *try* to refrain from any pervy posts... honest.

No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get. Although, I'm
having difficulty ridding myself of the image of Avon in tanga briefs. ; )

JerryD

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Dec 20, 2002, 1:06:44 PM12/20/02
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> No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get.

It does? In that case, I'll be posting my script for 'Rimjob of the
Daleks' ASAP. ;)

Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 1:13:08 PM12/20/02
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JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E035C34...@clone.ca...

>
> > No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get.
>
> It does? In that case, I'll be posting my script for 'Rimjob of the
> Daleks' ASAP. ;)

Feel free to do so, Jerr, but remember -- if mine eye offends me, I'm liable
to track down the bastard responsible, and beat him into submission.

In a friendly way, of course.

JerryD

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Dec 20, 2002, 1:16:00 PM12/20/02
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>
> Feel free to do so, Jerr, but remember -- if mine eye offends me, I'm liable
> to track down the bastard responsible, and beat him into submission.
>
> In a friendly way, of course.
>

I thought the saying was supposed to be 'pluck it out' ?
;)

Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 1:41:01 PM12/20/02
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Oh, didn't you hear? Peter Anghelides erased the old bible and introduced a
new one in which Jesus can't remember his mission statement, God, Heaven and
the Angels never existed, and the general thrust of the _Book of
Revelations_ as that more time should be devoted to better landscape
gardening.

So, no.

Auntie Krizu

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:atvl6v$klb$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
>
> > *snerk* as a relatively new B7 fan, I am not surprised... but you should
> see
> > some of the things the fans can produce. Quite amazing. Just take a look
> at this
> > site, some funny Xmas things there:
> >
> > http://homepage.mac.com/shelobmarian/
>
> I've just been looking through this, and... well, am I really seeing pics of
> Avon & and Tarrant posing on the beach in their skimpys?
>
> No... no, that's... that's not right. I shouldn't be looking at things when
> I'm so young and impressionable.
>
> > (she's mad!)
>
> Yes, I rather think you are. ; )

Poor lamb. You haven't seen what sort of photomanipulations *I* make of those
guys. Mwhahaha!

Here's one from the more tame end:

http://koti.phnet.fi/lagopus/blakeavonflame2.jpg

So *there*.

Auntie Krizu(:>)


JerryD

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Dec 20, 2002, 1:53:26 PM12/20/02
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>>
>>I thought the saying was supposed to be 'pluck it out' ?
>>;)
>
>
> Oh, didn't you hear? Peter Anghelides erased the old bible and introduced a
> new one in which Jesus can't remember his mission statement, God, Heaven and
> the Angels never existed, and the general thrust of the _Book of
> Revelations_ as that more time should be devoted to better landscape
> gardening.
>

Well that explains all the stuff in the Bible about why Witchcraft and
Magic is EEEEVIL, anyway.

Auntie Krizu

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message

> I'm sort've a newbie, but not completely. I've lurked here on a very


> occasional basis since mid-1998, but I must have missed the period in which
> you were posting regularly. I'm going to have to Google back, aren't I?

Don't, please, if only for the sake of your sanity. Plus, there is plenty of
nastiness and flamewars there as well--I had to leave for the sake of *my*
sanity! Now it seems safe to start posting again...

> > Ah, dammit, who the fuck am I fooling? Posting like mad again... argh!
> RADW is
> > sucking me in! Heelp!
>
> You are one of us... one of us... one of us...

No... no... ah, but get the Master to say that, and maybe I'll succumb
completely...

> > I'll *try* to refrain from any pervy posts... honest.
>
> No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get. Although, I'm
> having difficulty ridding myself of the image of Avon in tanga briefs. ; )

As I said, you are a poor innocent lamb;). I'll not inflict my hardcore
Blake/Avon images on you then...;) *slaps herself*

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 2:16:56 PM12/20/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> Poor lamb. You haven't seen what sort of photomanipulations *I* make of
those
> guys. Mwhahaha!
>
> Here's one from the more tame end:
>
> http://koti.phnet.fi/lagopus/blakeavonflame2.jpg

Oh. My. God.

> So *there*.

Y'know, I was expecting you to turn out to be some bizarre fella, but I've
just popped into the RADW Rogues Gallery, and it seems you're... not.
*Gosh*.

Hang on, are you the kind of mad woman who writes slash?

Ron Hines

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Dec 20, 2002, 2:18:20 PM12/20/02
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JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E036726...@clone.ca

> Well that explains all the stuff in the Bible about why Witchcraft and
> Magic is EEEEVIL, anyway.

Yet again, we reach the point where you stop making sense.

Go. Away.

Ron Hines

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
> > Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote

> > You are one of us... one of us... one of us...
>
> No... no... ah, but get the Master to say that, and maybe I'll succumb
> completely...

_Freaks (1932)_ reference, yes?

> > > I'll *try* to refrain from any pervy posts... honest.
> >
> > No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get. Although, I'm
> > having difficulty ridding myself of the image of Avon in tanga briefs.
; )
>
> As I said, you are a poor innocent lamb;).

I've been trying to establish a reputation as the RADW hard man, but you've
just demolished my attempt in one fell swoop. I am undone. : (

> I'll not inflict my hardcore
> Blake/Avon images on you then...;) *slaps herself*

Oh, you must slap yourself! Please, I consider myself to be an
old-fashioned, chivalrous sort of a chap, so allow me to do it for you.
*slaps Krizu*

There. Any time you feel the need for another, don't hesitate to ask. : )

Hmm, I suppose I should offer you a sample of my own work. Perhaps the zygon
poetry and Bowie rip-off might be best. Follow the URLs (if you dare).

http://makeashorterlink.com/?A59A257D2

http://makeashorterlink.com/?C2BA127D2

JerryD

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Dec 20, 2002, 2:39:23 PM12/20/02
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Ron Hines wrote:
> JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E036726...@clone.ca
>
>
>>Well that explains all the stuff in the Bible about why Witchcraft and
>>Magic is EEEEVIL, anyway.
>
>
> Yet again, we reach the point where you stop making sense.
>
> Go. Away.
>


So which one haven't you read? The Ancestor Cell or the Bible? ;)

Ron Hines

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JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E0371EB...@clone.ca...

> So which one haven't you read? The Ancestor Cell or the Bible? ;)

The first. Now, I dimly recall something about there being magic in the new
books...

Pete Galey

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> wrote in message
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> Hmm, I suppose I should offer you a sample of my own work. Perhaps the
zygon
> poetry and Bowie rip-off might be best. Follow the URLs (if you dare).
>
> http://makeashorterlink.com/?A59A257D2

Hmm. I must have been drinking, because after following that link to the
David Bowie song, I went and did this.

"The Rise and Fall of Pertwee Stardust and the Soldiers From Kent":

(Oh!

Oooh Yeah!)

Pertwee played the doc,
Doin' stuff with Yates and Benton,
Those chaps from UNIT. He played it quite straight,
If you don't count the frills - his general taste in clothes.
Or going "AIY!" a lot.

Pertwee really sang,
Lullabies to great big monsters,
And I don't mean Jo Grant. He could send them to sleep,
Or just get chased all day, though to the audience,
Those were much the same thing.

But where was the TARDIS?
Well, the Doc tried to fix it good.
But nasty Time Lords exiled him,
So he bitched about his race and had a rubbery face.

(Oow!

Mm.)

Pertwee knew the Brig,
Rock hard man who wore an eyepatch,
And strutted about, and often did shout,
And pointed his gun. He shot it quite a bit,
But a target never hit.

Drivin' round in his "Bessie", Pertwee stopped lots of aliens, (ah!)
Like a Mulder or Scully.
Radiation killed the Doc, it was a hell of a shock.

(Oh yeah!)

Oh, Pertwee played the Do-o-oc.


Merry Christmas, rec.arts.drwho.

Pete


JerryD

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Dec 20, 2002, 3:16:55 PM12/20/02
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>
>>So which one haven't you read? The Ancestor Cell or the Bible? ;)
>
>
> The first. Now, I dimly recall something about there being magic in the new
> books...
>

Man, you need to give me some credit every now and then..
when I'm not making sense, I'll be the first to admit it.. ;)

The Stainless Steel Cat

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> wrote:

>JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E035C34...@clone.ca...
>>
>> > No, this place *needs* as much pervy stuff as it can get.
>>
>> It does? In that case, I'll be posting my script for 'Rimjob of the
>> Daleks' ASAP. ;)
>
>Feel free to do so, Jerr, but remember -- if mine eye offends me, I'm liable
>to track down the bastard responsible, and beat him into submission.

If we're talking about Daleks, then the line should be;

"IF THINE EYESTALK OFFENDS THEE, SOME SQUISHED UP FOOD PASTE OR THE
DOCTOR'S CLOAK WILL COVER IT UP NICELY, NO WORRIES."
Mauve Dalek's Letters to the Movellans; Chapters 11011010-11011011

Cat.

Pete Galey

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"Auntie Krizu" <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> Auntie Krizu(:>) (going back to lurkdom soon, honest...)

Ooh, no, don't do that - your threads used to be among the most
entertaining. And it's ages since anyone here's had a right good perv over
Anthony Ainley. I can't for the life of me work out why.

Pete


Auntie Krizu

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:atvpov$mdf$1...@news1.songnet.fi
>
> > Poor lamb. You haven't seen what sort of photomanipulations *I* make of
> those
> > guys. Mwhahaha!
> >
> > Here's one from the more tame end:
> >
> > http://koti.phnet.fi/lagopus/blakeavonflame2.jpg
>
> Oh. My. God.

*evil cackle!*

> > So *there*.
>
> Y'know, I was expecting you to turn out to be some bizarre fella, but I've
> just popped into the RADW Rogues Gallery, and it seems you're... not.
> *Gosh*.
>
> Hang on, are you the kind of mad woman who writes slash?

Oh yeah.>:) I have a thing about 5thDoc/Master, I have had this slash story of
them in progress for, oh, two years:P... must finish it sometime. Mwhahaha.

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Auntie Krizu

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"Pete Galey" <pete...@yahoo.co.uk> kirjoitti viestissä
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QUOTEFILE!!!!!!!!

:)

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Auntie Krizu

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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:atvpuo$mft$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
> > "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
> > > Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote
>
> > > You are one of us... one of us... one of us...
> >
> > No... no... ah, but get the Master to say that, and maybe I'll succumb
> > completely...
>
> _Freaks (1932)_ reference, yes?

No, just a DW Master reference. Dammit, lent my tape of The Time Monster to a
friend, must get it back soon so I can drool at seductive Delgado.

> I've been trying to establish a reputation as the RADW hard man, but you've
> just demolished my attempt in one fell swoop. I am undone. : (

I don't know whether to be happy or sad about that, actually:D

> > I'll not inflict my hardcore
> > Blake/Avon images on you then...;) *slaps herself*
>
> Oh, you must slap yourself! Please, I consider myself to be an
> old-fashioned, chivalrous sort of a chap, so allow me to do it for you.
> *slaps Krizu*

*grabs Ron's gauntlet and slaps him back*.

> Hmm, I suppose I should offer you a sample of my own work. Perhaps the zygon
> poetry and Bowie rip-off might be best. Follow the URLs (if you dare).

Bwhaahhaha!

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Alan S. Wales

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>"Auntie Krizu" ask.fo...@the.newsgroup

>>"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com>

>> You are one of us... one of us... one of us...

>No... no... ah, but get the Master to say that, and maybe I'll succumb
>completely...

Hey Auntie, you misspelled "suck him"!

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The Doctor

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>> I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
>> along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY
>
>And hilarious it is;). Cheers.

>
>Auntie Krizu (just delurking quickly!)
>
>

My get to that bookmark.
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The Doctor

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See you soon.

Ron Hines

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> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com>

> > Oh, you must slap yourself! Please, I consider myself to be an
> > old-fashioned, chivalrous sort of a chap, so allow me to do it for you.
> > *slaps Krizu*
>
> *grabs Ron's gauntlet and slaps him back*.

Ow.

--
RH
**
make a whole new religion
a falling star that you cannot live without
and i'll feed your obsessions
there is nothing but this thing that you'll never doubt
this thing that you'll never doubt

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RH
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a falling star that you cannot live without
and i'll feed your obsessions
there is nothing but this thing that you'll never doubt
this thing that you'll never doubt


Ron Hines

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[surround snip]

> Oh yeah.>:) I have a thing about 5thDoc/Master, I have had this slash
story of
> them in progress for, oh, two years:P... must finish it sometime.

No, Kriz, *don't*. Think of the children...

Ron Hines

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> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä

> > I've been trying to establish a reputation as the RADW hard man, but


you've
> > just demolished my attempt in one fell swoop. I am undone. : (
>
> I don't know whether to be happy or sad about that, actually:D

I think it's safer just to pity me in general. Most folk 'round here do. ; )

The Doctor

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In article <au1t4s$312$1...@newsreader.mailgate.org>,

Ron Hines <rh...@saintly.com> wrote:
>Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
>news:au01dr$g6$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
>> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com>
>
>> > Oh, you must slap yourself! Please, I consider myself to be an
>> > old-fashioned, chivalrous sort of a chap, so allow me to do it for you.
>> > *slaps Krizu*
>>
>> *grabs Ron's gauntlet and slaps him back*.
>
>Ow.
>

Hope your back is not buggered.

Ron Hines

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JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:<3E037AB7...@clone.ca>...
[snip]


> Man, you need to give me some credit every now and then..

I will do so from now on. *bear hugs JerryD*

> when I'm not making sense, I'll be the first to admit it.. ;)

Yes, but wouldn't take up too much of your time? ; )

--
RH
standard sig

JerryD

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Dec 21, 2002, 9:56:36 AM12/21/02
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>
>>Man, you need to give me some credit every now and then..
>
>
> I will do so from now on. *bear hugs JerryD*
>

<Crack> ARrrgh! I'm a fragile beast...
<spits up a rib>


>>when I'm not making sense, I'll be the first to admit it.. ;)
>
>
> Yes, but wouldn't take up too much of your time? ; )
>


True...luckily I have a fairly flexible schedule, so I suppose I could
make blanket statements, every now and then. sort of like the white house..

Ron Hines

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Dec 21, 2002, 10:12:28 AM12/21/02
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JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E048124...@clone.ca

> >>when I'm not making sense, I'll be the first to admit it.. ;)

> > Yes, but wouldn't take up too much of your time? ; )

> True...luckily I have a fairly flexible schedule, so I suppose I could
> make blanket statements, every now and then. sort of like the white
house..

... or put it in a sig: "JerryD -- 90% Yads". ; )

JerryD

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Dec 21, 2002, 10:43:45 AM12/21/02
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>>
>
>>True...luckily I have a fairly flexible schedule, so I suppose I could
>>make blanket statements, every now and then. sort of like the white
>
> house..
>
> ... or put it in a sig: "JerryD -- 90% Yads". ; )
>

hey, you're the one that got compared to Yads by pete, not me! ;)

Auntie Krizu

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Dec 21, 2002, 3:37:05 PM12/21/02
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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:au0160$vnu$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
>
> [surround snip]
>
> > Oh yeah.>:) I have a thing about 5thDoc/Master, I have had this slash
> story of
> > them in progress for, oh, two years:P... must finish it sometime.
>
> No, Kriz, *don't*. Think of the children...

And *now* you're making me think of the Master getting the Doctor pregnant.
Ewww... cheers. You've managed to squick me, which isn't an easy thing to do.

Auntie Krizu(:>)


The Doctor

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Dec 21, 2002, 6:44:16 PM12/21/02
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In article <au20ct$4j8$1...@newsreader.mailgate.org>,

Ron Hines <rh...@saintly.com> wrote:
>JerryD <def...@clone.ca> wrote in message news:3E048124...@clone.ca
>
>> >>when I'm not making sense, I'll be the first to admit it.. ;)
>
>> > Yes, but wouldn't take up too much of your time? ; )
>
>> True...luckily I have a fairly flexible schedule, so I suppose I could
>> make blanket statements, every now and then. sort of like the white
>house..
>
>... or put it in a sig: "JerryD -- 90% Yads". ; )
>

You forgot

>--
>RH -- 95% Yads

>**
>make a whole new religion
>a falling star that you cannot live without
>and i'll feed your obsessions
>there is nothing but this thing that you'll never doubt
>this thing that you'll never doubt
>
>

The Doctor

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Dec 21, 2002, 6:44:37 PM12/21/02
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LOL!

Peter Anghelides

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Dec 22, 2002, 6:01:00 PM12/22/02
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"Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> wrote in message news:<atvo80$502$1...@newsreader.mailgate.org>...
> Oh, didn't you hear? Peter Anghelides erased the old bible and introduced a
> new one in which Jesus can't remember his mission statement, God, Heaven and
> the Angels never existed, and the general thrust of the _Book of
> Revelations_ as that more time should be devoted to better landscape
> gardening.

Don't worry, I have backed the book up to tape, so that I can start my
next one with Genesis of the Time Lords and end with a big Revelation.
On the down side, although I'm allowed a higher wordcount BBC Books
tell me it can't run to more than six hundred and sixty-six pages. On
the plus side, sales are likely to increase because they're going to
put a copy in every hotel room in North America.

I was going to base it on a story I vaguely remembered called "Under a
Bridge with Dick and Harry from Doctor Who", in which a couple of
minor UNIT officers start off fighting the Android Autons and end up
defeating a joint force of Yeti and Zygons. But I had to stop when it
was politely pointed out to me that I was actually ripping off the
"Unabridged Dictionary of Doctor Who".

Hope this helps.

Peter Anghelides
http://anghelides.org

Ron Hines-Yadallee

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Dec 23, 2002, 6:38:34 AM12/23/02
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Peter Anghelides <peter-an...@cwcom.net> wrote in message
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> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com> wrote

> > Oh, didn't you hear? Peter Anghelides erased the old bible and
introduced a
> > new one in which Jesus can't remember his mission statement, God, Heaven
and
> > the Angels never existed, and the general thrust of the _Book of
> > Revelations_ as that more time should be devoted to better landscape
> > gardening.
>
> Don't worry, I have backed the book up to tape, so that I can start my
> next one with Genesis of the Time Lords and end with a big Revelation.
> On the down side, although I'm allowed a higher wordcount BBC Books
> tell me it can't run to more than six hundred and sixty-six pages. On
> the plus side, sales are likely to increase because they're going to
> put a copy in every hotel room in North America.
>
> I was going to base it on a story I vaguely remembered called "Under a
> Bridge with Dick and Harry from Doctor Who", in which a couple of
> minor UNIT officers start off fighting the Android Autons and end up
> defeating a joint force of Yeti and Zygons. But I had to stop when it
> was politely pointed out to me that I was actually ripping off the
> "Unabridged Dictionary of Doctor Who".
>
> Hope this helps.

Uncannily, it does!

--
RH
**
"It's what director Peter Moffat would have wanted," added Steve Roberts.
"That's if he was an anal nerd who couldn't leave things alone. I mean,
don't they know who we ARE? The pain, the sheer agony that we put ourselves
through for them? The human body is not designed to sit in a four-foot
square cubicle with Colin Baker while he talks about Vengeance on Varos for
an hour-and-a-half".


Dave Joll

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote

> Auntie Krizu(:>) (going back to lurkdom soon, honest...)

Please don't go...


Dave Joll

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Dec 24, 2002, 3:26:40 AM12/24/02
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Peter Anghelides <peter-an...@cwcom.net> wrote

> Don't worry, I have backed the book up to tape, so that I can start my
> next one with Genesis of the Time Lords and end with a big Revelation.
> On the down side, although I'm allowed a higher wordcount BBC Books
> tell me it can't run to more than six hundred and sixty-six pages.

I'm about to have a go at deciding whether to get more
powerful glasses from the optometrist, or to go the
whole hog and buy a second hand microfiche reader...


Auntie Krizu

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"Dave Joll" <dave...@es.co.zn> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote
>
> > Auntie Krizu(:>) (going back to lurkdom soon, honest...)
>
> Please don't go...

I have to, as of the 6th of January. I only popped in because I'm on Xmas
holidays in Finland. I'm going back to Southampton and I simply don't have the
time to surf Google Groups from the college computers. I've missed the fun of
radw, *when* it is funny, that is. I'll be popping in and out until the 6th:)...

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Cameron Mason

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Dec 26, 2002, 1:45:17 AM12/26/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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<snip>

> I have to, as of the 6th of January. I only popped in because I'm on Xmas
> holidays in Finland. I'm going back to Southampton and I simply don't
have the
> time to surf Google Groups from the college computers.

How are you going at Uni?

(Oh, and could I have copies of the illustrations you did for Intyference -
the web links aren't working anymore...)

Cameron
--
"Timelash is an anagram of 'lame shit'."

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Auntie Krizu

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"Cameron Mason" <masomika@SPAM_GOES_IN_HEREmpx.com.au> kirjoitti viestissä
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>
> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:aue6v2$av9$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
> <snip>
> > I have to, as of the 6th of January. I only popped in because I'm on Xmas
> > holidays in Finland. I'm going back to Southampton and I simply don't
> have the
> > time to surf Google Groups from the college computers.
>
> How are you going at Uni?

Too stressed, one of the most demanding courses in Graphic Design *ever*. Too
much work, half of our class is getting nervous breakdowns thanks to stress and
money running out. Lovely. *Not*. Fucking horrible. Don't know if I'll live long
enough to get my BA. Honestly, the course demands far more work than a job in
the design industry because you have to document everything you're doing/all of
your progress in very time&money-consuming, lavishly illustrated ways. I
wouldn't be fucking surprised if they'd want everyone to make a wall-sized oil
painting of "what were you thinking when sitting on the bog on Tuesday morning?"
in one day, for reasons completely irrelevant to the main project... anyway.
Enough of that, I'm on holiday!:P

> (Oh, and could I have copies of the illustrations you did for Intyference -
> the web links aren't working anymore...)

Argh, probably scattered to the four winds. No idea where they are, sorry. If I
ever have the time, I'll upload them onto my main website:
http://koti.phnet.fi/lagopus/ (take a peek and sign the guestbook/blog, you
knave!;))

The DW section doesn't have anything yet... some drawings can be found on my
Geocities site: http://www.geocities.com/snowgrouse/drwho

HTH,
Auntie Krizu(:>)


Cameron Mason

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Dec 27, 2002, 9:00:50 PM12/27/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
news:auis40$ls9$1...@news1.songnet.fi...

> > <snip>
> > > I have to, as of the 6th of January. I only popped in because I'm on
Xmas
> > > holidays in Finland. I'm going back to Southampton and I simply don't
> > have the
> > > time to surf Google Groups from the college computers.
> >
> > How are you going at Uni?
>
> Too stressed, one of the most demanding courses in Graphic Design *ever*.
Too
> much work, half of our class is getting nervous breakdowns thanks to
stress and
> money running out. Lovely. *Not*. Fucking horrible. Don't know if I'll
live long
> enough to get my BA. Honestly, the course demands far more work than a job
in
> the design industry because you have to document everything you're
doing/all of
> your progress in very time&money-consuming, lavishly illustrated ways. I
> wouldn't be fucking surprised if they'd want everyone to make a wall-sized
oil
> painting of "what were you thinking when sitting on the bog on Tuesday
morning?"
> in one day, for reasons completely irrelevant to the main project...
anyway.

LOL!!!!!!!!

Makes my course sound easy.

(Recently had a prac - had things thrown at me, including a pair of
scissors)

> Enough of that, I'm on holiday!:P

Same - I'm off 'til February...

> > (Oh, and could I have copies of the illustrations you did for
Intyference -
> > the web links aren't working anymore...)
>
> Argh, probably scattered to the four winds. No idea where they are, sorry.

That's alright.

I checked http://archive.org to see if they had been archived there, but
they hadn't.

> If I ever have the time, I'll upload them onto my main website:
> http://koti.phnet.fi/lagopus/ (take a peek and sign the guestbook/blog,
you
> knave!;))

I will, soon...

> The DW section doesn't have anything yet... some drawings can be found on
my
> Geocities site: http://www.geocities.com/snowgrouse/drwho

I'll have another look through those.

Cameron
--
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RH

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> The DW section doesn't have anything yet... some drawings can be found on
my
> Geocities site: http://www.geocities.com/snowgrouse/drwho

I've been along to this now, and I'm looking at Colin Baker in corsetry...
Oh, Kriz, must you?

Hang on, here's Galleia's cleavage. Feel better now. : )

--
RH
"Retconning is an established part of the Whoniverse ("War Games" retconned
"Unearthly Child," for example), and if it's done well, it creates some
fascinating plotlines." [John Peel]


Jim Vowles

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Dec 28, 2002, 8:17:18 PM12/28/02
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"Auntie Krizu" <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message news:<atvkse$kgh$1...@news1.songnet.fi>...

> "Matt Marshall" <ma...@jagaroth.freeserve.co.uk> kirjoitti viestissä
> news:att9ro$rl5$1...@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
> > along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY
>
> And hilarious it is;). Cheers.

Ditto. And here everyone was saying that Krizu was some madwoman from
the cold nordic lands. (Well she is, but in the GOOD way.)

And yet it turns out that she's barely back a day when Matt Marshall
proves to be about 45% barmier than she is, without the excuse of
having dated Cardinal Zorak. :)

(Mind you, I'm not sure if the photomanipulation [dear god, please let
it be a faux photo!] of Colin Baker in naughty corsettes is any more
or less damaging an image than Avon carrying an oversized fluffy
bunny. I mean really.)

Jim Vowles

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doc...@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote in message news:<au1u6o$k99$1...@ns2.nl2k.ab.ca>...

> In article <au1t4s$312$1...@newsreader.mailgate.org>,
> Ron Hines <rh...@saintly.com> wrote:
> >Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> >news:au01dr$g6$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
> >> "Ron Hines" <rh...@saintly.com>
>
> >> > Oh, you must slap yourself! Please, I consider myself to be an
> >> > old-fashioned, chivalrous sort of a chap, so allow me to do it for you.
> >> > *slaps Krizu*
> >>
> >> *grabs Ron's gauntlet and slaps him back*.
> >
> >Ow.
> >
>
> Hope your back is not buggered.


.....and pretty much, I think we can leave that Yadsism as it stands,
but I'm all for a quotefile, aren't you?

-jim

The Doctor

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In article <a312a079.0212...@posting.google.com>,

Any time.

Matt Marshall

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> And yet it turns out that she's barely back a day when Matt Marshall
> proves to be about 45% barmier than she is, without the excuse of
> having dated Cardinal Zorak. :)


Erm... yeeeeeeees. Suuuuuuure.....


Auntie Krizu

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"Cameron Mason" <masomika@SPAM_GOES_IN_HEREmpx.com.au> kirjoitti viestissä
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> (Recently had a prac - had things thrown at me, including a pair of
> scissors)

Owiee! At least you're still alive...

> > Enough of that, I'm on holiday!:P
>
> Same - I'm off 'til February...

You lucky bastard, I only have a week left:P...

Still haven't found the illustrations I did. Someday, someday...

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Auntie Krizu

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"RH" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:auis40$ls9$1...@news1.songnet.fi...
>
> > The DW section doesn't have anything yet... some drawings can be found on
> my
> > Geocities site: http://www.geocities.com/snowgrouse/drwho
>
> I've been along to this now, and I'm looking at Colin Baker in corsetry...
> Oh, Kriz, must you?

Yeah. And I can do better than that nowadays, so maybe I should have another go
at a corseted Colin...

> Hang on, here's Galleia's cleavage. Feel better now. : )

It is warm, soft and comforting. Mmm.

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Auntie Krizu

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Dec 29, 2002, 2:22:03 AM12/29/02
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"Jim Vowles" <jvo...@yahoo.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> "Auntie Krizu" <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> > "Matt Marshall" <ma...@jagaroth.freeserve.co.uk> kirjoitti viestissä
> > news:att9ro$rl5$1...@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk...
> > > I've popped back onto RADW with a slightly Who-related Christmas gift. Pop
> > > along to my site at www.jagaroth.co.uk and behold the GLORY
> >
> > And hilarious it is;). Cheers.
>
> Ditto. And here everyone was saying that Krizu was some madwoman from
> the cold nordic lands. (Well she is, but in the GOOD way.)

:) hmm... my legend is still alive then?:D

> And yet it turns out that she's barely back a day when Matt Marshall
> proves to be about 45% barmier than she is, without the excuse of
> having dated Cardinal Zorak. :)

If you look back on Google, you know I was quite barmy even *before* I met
Zorak, so...

> (Mind you, I'm not sure if the photomanipulation [dear god, please let
> it be a faux photo!] of Colin Baker in naughty corsettes is any more
> or less damaging an image than Avon carrying an oversized fluffy
> bunny. I mean really.)

Hmm... should I make one of Avon in a corset, just to balance the barminess
percentage?:) You did look at my naughty B7 pics, right?;)

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Auntie Krizu

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"Matt Marshall" <ma...@jagaroth.freeserve.co.uk> kirjoitti viestissä
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Relax, barminess is natural... organically grown and stuff. Without
Zorak-additives.

Auntie Krizu(:>)


Cameron Mason

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Dec 29, 2002, 2:32:58 AM12/29/02
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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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<snip>

> > (Recently had a prac - had things thrown at me, including a pair of
> > scissors)
>
> Owiee! At least you're still alive...

That's true.

I put into practise something I learnt from Doctor Who - dive behind some
cover at the first sign of trouble!

> > > Enough of that, I'm on holiday!:P
> >
> > Same - I'm off 'til February...
>
> You lucky bastard, I only have a week left:P...

Mwa-ha-ha...

My first day back is my birthday though...

> Still haven't found the illustrations I did. Someday, someday...

Don't worry if you don't find them.

Cameron
--
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- Robert Smith?

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RH

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote
> "RH" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä

[snips]

> > I've been along to [your website], and I'm looking at Colin Baker in


corsetry...
> > Oh, Kriz, must you?
>
> Yeah. And I can do better than that nowadays, so maybe I should have
another go
> at a corseted Colin...

No, Kriz, no. There's too much Colin Baker porn in the world as it is! ; )

> > Hang on, here's Galleia's cleavage. Feel better now. : )
>
> It is warm, soft and comforting. Mmm.

Oh, I'm gonna miss this sort of thing when you go. There aren't enough women
here, and you've really livened the place up. ( Plus, I've noticed a
completely different side to KJ Nyctolops...)

--
RH
"Retconning is an established part of the Whoniverse (_War Games_ retconned
_Unearthly Child,_ for example), and if it's done well, it creates some
fascinating plotlines." [John Peel]

PS -- Just popped along to your guestbook again. It's nice to reaffirm that
there are women who prefer us Gan-types. Single life sucks on so many
levels. : (


Auntie Krizu

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"RH" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä
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> No, Kriz, no. There's too much Colin Baker porn in the world as it is! ; )

...true. I want one of those 70's pics as a t-shirt. He's *such* a porn star
with that handlebar moustache.

> > > Hang on, here's Galleia's cleavage. Feel better now. : )
> >
> > It is warm, soft and comforting. Mmm.
>
> Oh, I'm gonna miss this sort of thing when you go. There aren't enough women
> here, and you've really livened the place up. ( Plus, I've noticed a
> completely different side to KJ Nyctolops...)

I guess Nyctolops just needed proper company to bring this side out;)... girls'
night out atmosphere and all that.

> PS -- Just popped along to your guestbook again. It's nice to reaffirm that
> there are women who prefer us Gan-types. Single life sucks on so many
> levels. : (

Hmm, I *could* give you my Gan-fancying friend's email addy...;)

Auntie Krizu(:>)


RH

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Auntie Krizu <ask.fo...@the.newsgroup> wrote in message
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> "RH" <rh...@saintly.com> kirjoitti viestissä

> > No, Kriz, no. There's too much Colin Baker porn in the world as it is!
; )
>
> ...true. I want one of those 70's pics as a t-shirt. He's *such* a porn
star
> with that handlebar moustache.

Moustache? Hmm, I don't remember ever seeing him with a moustache...

> > PS -- Just popped along to your guestbook again. It's nice to reaffirm
that
> > there are women who prefer us Gan-types. Single life sucks on so many
> > levels. : (
>
> Hmm, I *could* give you my Gan-fancying friend's email addy...;)

This is tempting. What's she like?

Auntie Krizu

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Dec 29, 2002, 9:51:20 AM12/29/02