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« Reply #30 on: December 16, 2008, 02:47:18 PM »

But, Doggett, I've seen them many times on that wonderful reality show EastEnders. The camera follows them around through tragedies, Kevin's accident, Jay's stabbing, Pete's car wreck down under, Cathy and Mr. Wilmott-Brown, Pauline's cancer, Clare and Ian, Den's going on the lam... So much exciting stuff seems to happen to those people!



That's because they live in intresting boroughs.
There are 32 borough that get divided up into three bits of London :
The City
Inner
Greater.

I live in a Greater London borough and it's dull.
Walford I'm guessing is set in inner London where it's exciting and violent.

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« Reply #31 on: December 16, 2008, 03:02:42 PM »

But, Doggett, I've seen them many times on that wonderful reality show EastEnders. The camera follows them around through tragedies, Kevin's accident, Jay's stabbing, Pete's car wreck down under, Cathy and Mr. Wilmott-Brown, Pauline's cancer, Clare and Ian, Den's going on the lam... So much exciting stuff seems to happen to those people!


That's because they live in intresting boroughs.
There are 32 borough that get divided up into three bits of London :
The City
Inner
Greater.

I live in a Greater London borough and it's dull.
Walford I'm guessing is set in inner London where it's exciting and violent.

East London I think it is, isn't it  Question

But seriously, Eastenders is depressing.... Bluesad
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« Reply #32 on: December 16, 2008, 03:04:37 PM »

But, Doggett, I've seen them many times on that wonderful reality show EastEnders. The camera follows them around through tragedies, Kevin's accident, Jay's stabbing, Pete's car wreck down under, Cathy and Mr. Wilmott-Brown, Pauline's cancer, Clare and Ian, Den's going on the lam... So much exciting stuff seems to happen to those people!


That's because they live in intresting boroughs.
There are 32 borough that get divided up into three bits of London :
The City
Inner
Greater.

I live in a Greater London borough and it's dull.
Walford I'm guessing is set in inner London where it's exciting and violent.

East London I think it is, isn't it  Question

But seriously, Eastenders is depressing.... Bluesad


Neighbours and Doctor Who are the only current shows I watch.
Telly is too depressing.
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« Reply #33 on: December 17, 2008, 05:25:47 AM »

The people who answered 'parts unknown' are some lost souls...   Bluesad

I answered that one that way because Africa wasn't on the list of choices.  Smile
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« Reply #34 on: December 18, 2008, 03:39:34 PM »

Oh cool, Trevor's a Rhodesian by birth...funny story, in the late 70s, my dad was dating some girl and got so depressed he decided to join the Rhodesian Foreign Legion.

He was not accepted into their ranks.

If he had, I might not be here telling you about it. 

Aaaaand that's my interesting story for today.

Incidentally, I'm born and raised in North Tonawanda, a sleepy little p**sant suburb of Buffalo, NY, though until May 2009 my residence is more or less Geneseo, NY, the sleepy little cow-tipping college town outside Rochester, NY. 
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« Reply #35 on: December 18, 2008, 11:10:08 PM »

I'm from Sweden, the land of snow, blond people and more snow  TongueOut

I'm told despite the snow, most of the ladies there are pretty hot.  :)
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« Reply #36 on: December 19, 2008, 12:48:57 PM »

I'm from Sweden, the land of snow, blond people and more snow  TongueOut

I'm told despite the snow, most of the ladies there are pretty hot.  :)

I've never actually seen a Swedish lady that wasn't hot.....ever!
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« Reply #37 on: December 20, 2008, 03:55:14 PM »

Houck, of the places in Alaska I've been, Seward is one of the places I was tempted to work.  One of my rotations as a resident I took working at the ER in Seward.  That was fun.   =)    Remember watching the first Pirates of the Caribbean in the little sticky-floored theater there in town, and almost pulled the weekend of the Mt Marathon race.   That would have been the ultimate for ER weekends.  A fun town, and the doctors in town are mostly friends of mine from my residency days.  Would have been one of the places in rural AK I would have liked to live in.

(Yeah, did a rotation in Bethel, too.  Bethel is a true life experience.  For the non-Alaskans, let me relate you this story:  I was hanging out at the AC store - think generic everything kind of store -- and as I was checking out, I noticed a pallet of blue Lysol behind the counter.  I asked the clerk what was up with that, and she very believably told me that kids would huff the Lysol, so it was kept behind the counter.  I said no way did anyone huff Lysol.  She replied that they liked the blue color cans best.)

For everyone else-- Mt Marathon is a little peak that comes up out of the edge of Seward, and every year a bunch of loons do a race up and down that bastard.  Running down a pretty good grade of slope -- people bounce and bust themselves down that slope, it's pretty amazing.  The ER and four-bed hospital are located conveniently at the foot of the mountain, so that people can basically tumble into a bloody heap right into the ER's door.   

Sorry.  Back to topic.  Didn't know you were in Seward, though, Houck,  What do you do there?

I work at the Prison, I run an adult correctional industries program in the form of a wood furniture shop. Maximum security inmates + power tools, cool, eh. I've worked there for 7 years or so, before that I worked at the shipyard.

As for the huffing thing, doesn't surprise me a bit, a few years back a bunch of kids/young adults found a barrel of alcohol that washed up on the beach somewhere. They drank a bunch of it and got sick/died. It apparently was Methanol. Now, how bored do you have to be to drink something that washed up on a beach in a barrel?

Believe it or not, that race doesn't hurt as many people as one would think. Sprained ankles, and skinned up joints are the most of it. Once in a while there's a broken bone, But I don't ever remember anything bad.
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« Reply #38 on: December 27, 2008, 11:53:30 AM »

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« Reply #39 on: December 27, 2008, 01:04:06 PM »

I be here


Now I know where to drop my planeload of bombs!   BounceGiggle

(just kidding)

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« Reply #40 on: December 27, 2008, 01:24:15 PM »

I be here


Now I know where to drop my planeload of bombs!   BounceGiggle

(just kidding)




That's fine, I'll now know who to come after.
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« Reply #41 on: December 28, 2008, 01:03:08 PM »

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 Wink Errrmmm...... I can't see you anywhere on that picture, Cheeze.  Question
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« Reply #42 on: December 28, 2008, 02:21:43 PM »

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I be here


 Wink Errrmmm...... I can't see you anywhere on that picture, Cheeze.  Question


I think he's the brown faceless blob about the size of a house.   Wink
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« Reply #43 on: December 29, 2008, 12:28:21 AM »

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I be here


 Wink Errrmmm...... I can't see you anywhere on that picture, Cheeze.  Question


I think he's the brown faceless blob about the size of a house.   Wink


I'm by the pool with a drink flipping everyone off... look closely.
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