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Old 03-20-2008, 08:31 PM   #496
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Not until tomorrow. My tip: a draw.
It's in Napier, right? That ground should favour our guys. I think we'll win.
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Morning Ax,

Forgot to reply to this last night:

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It's short notice, but what are your Easter weekend plans?

Not sure I really could come up, but no harm in asking.
I'm heading to Melbourne tomorrow and spending till Monday arvo there.
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It's in Napier, right? That ground should favour our guys. I think we'll win.
If the pitch is anything like the one from the one dayer i don't see anyone taking 20 wickets in the match
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Morning Ax,

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I'm heading to Melbourne tomorrow and spending till Monday arvo there.
Ahh, righto. Let me know when you don't come to Melbourne over the weekend and I may ride the train up then.

As it stands for me, I should be going train/tram spotting tomorrow in the city.
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If the pitch is anything like the one from the one dayer i don't see anyone taking 20 wickets in the match
Ah, true. I was just thinking that it'll surely favour our batsmen, but yeah, we need to get the Poms out too.
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As it stands for me, I should be going train/tram spotting tomorrow in the city.
If the winds are favourable i should be going plane spotting over the weekend
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Ah, true. I was just thinking that it'll surely favour our batsmen, but yeah, we need to get the Poms out too.
With Mills injured i think we'll be struggling.
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With Mills injured i think we'll be struggling.
Fuck, Mills is out?

Fuck.
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If the winds are favourable i should be going plane spotting over the weekend
You don't have to worry about that for trainspotting.

There's some construction that's causing some routes to be diverted down different streets in the city, so I'm going to photograph the unusual workings. Hopefully my fellow albino railfan will be coming along.
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Ah jesus, and i just read that Orams out too
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You don't have to worry about that for trainspotting.
I don't really have to worry about it, but you get better photos when they're using Rwy23 at Auckland - only a few hundred feet almost right overhead.
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Ah jesus, and i just read that Orams out too
FUCKITY FUCK-FUCK FUCK.

That's the worst news I've heard all season.
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I don't really have to worry about it, but you get better photos when they're using Rwy23 at Auckland - only a few hundred feet almost right overhead.
Ahh, right.

Speaking of planes, how about that crash between a light plane and a helicopter in Paraparaumu about a month ago? Never thought I'd see little Paraparam on Australian news ...
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